Topos is Hiring – Researchers and Analysts Needed
Topos Partnership is adding to our pool of analysts, interviewers and field researchers to contribute to our work on effective public advocacy. A typical Topos project explores and analyzes how Americans think about topics related to various important public interest issues (economic, environmental, racial, etc.), and entails a combination of research methods including field ethnography, open-ended surveys, in-depth interviewing (by phone and in person), online group discussions, and so on. Analysts and researchers help gather this data, and help develop the insights and advice that let our clients understand and change public perspectives.
The positions that are currently available are project-based, and enlist individuals based on unique skills and experience, including location. Topos is a networked organization with staff nationwide, and we welcome those who desire or require flexible schedules. Significant experience in social science research is a plus, but we also encourage those who bring diverse experience in issues advocacy, activism, community organizing and other forms of public outreach and engagement.
If you are interested in working with Topos, please follow this link to our application questionnaire: