People Research Analyst
The Research Analyst performs experiments or research studies from protocols outlined by the Director of Global Research for Wellness & Resiliency.
- Assist in collaborating with the Director of Global Research & Data Analytics for Resiliency to develop and conduct key studies across TaskUs relevant to their unique population
- Ability to accurately describe and record experimental protocols and data to communicate technical results to a technical and non-technical audience
- Follows established human-subject guidelines and study protocols to recruit and screen employees for eligibility in study participation.
- Conducts background research and analysis to support existing projects as well as proposals for new bodies of work; synthesizes research findings to identify and recommend best practices.
- Extract collect and aggregate data across databases, information sources, survey responses, and other data sources; ensures data quality; cleans and checks existing data for consistency and accuracy.
- Develops data visualizations for diverse audiences and develops, formats, and prepares reports, charts, and/or graphs for varying documents and written and oral presentations for both internal and external audiences; collaborates with teams to design and help integrate data
- Conducts data standardization processes; proactively identifies and proposes alternatives to improve the stability, performance, and accuracy of the data.
- Balance the need for a quick turnaround with longer-term strategic efforts
- Extraordinary organizational skills and meticulous eye for detail, with the ability to work independently on multiple projects simultaneously
- Travel with the Director of Global Research and Data for Resiliency to implement research designs across global sites as needed
- Ability to work outside of traditional working hours as needed
- Masters level clinician, or currently pursuing a doctoral degree with 2+ years of experience in research within a field emphasizing clinical practice or related field (Clinical Psychology, Industrial/Organizational Psychology, Occupational Health Psychology, Social Work, Counseling, etc.)
- Extensive coursework in human subjects research, and independent research experience with a strong quantitative and qualitative background where you enjoy working with data
- Understanding the importance of proper design, carrying out, and interpretation of human subjects experiments.
- Completion of University Human Subjects Training and Financial Conflict of Interest Training is required prior to commencing interviews.
- Experience using statistical techniques and programming to draw insights from data you then use to make informed recommendations (SPSS, R, MATLAB, SAS, Minitab, Python)
- Experience as a researcher and/or research assistant for qualitative research studies or school-based research projects, including usability/user testing, surveys, field research, or user interviews
- Time management skills to be able to carry out multiple tasks in an appropriate amount of time.
- Ability to work independently on multiple projects simultaneously
- Ph.D. or Doctoral Candidate with 3+ years of experience in a field emphasizing clinical practice or related field (Clinical Psychology, Industrial/Organizational Psychology, Occupational Health Psychology, Social Work, Counseling, etc.)
- Experience with behavioral data analysis, designing surveys and experimental research, and analyzing large datasets using appropriate statistical methods
- You have a client-responsive, customer service mindset; this is a role that blends analytical acumen with interpersonal skill
- Experience developing tools, conducting empirical research, practical implementation, knowledge of best practices in at least three of the following areas: employee selection, employee wellness, performance management, diversity, or retention