Do you want to join TheCR team and learn more about community, research and analysis? We are thrilled to announce that we are hiring a Research Fellow for 2015.
Why a Fellow?
The Community Roundtable has hired a number of fellows over the years because it is a unique opportunity for both an individual, TheCR and TheCR’s ecosystem to benefit. Our fellowships are intended to last 6-12 months and give individuals a strong background and network with which to find a permanent research or analyst position – you can read more about this program here.
What you will learn:
- How to execute on complex research initiatives
- How to build a collaborative, networked-based approach to research
- When and how to integrate research across organizational functions
- How to create research that delivers date in actionable and relevant ways
You might be our next research fellow if you:
- Understanding of, experience with and passion for the potential of social technologies and online communities
- Care about your work and the people with whom you work
- Bring your best effort to every project but can leave your ego at the door
- Are analytical and can synthesize quantitative and qualitative inputs
- You have experience with data analysis, benchmarking, statistics and/or survey techniques
- Understand that data is only as good as the story that it tells
- Love building Excel arguments or algorithms in code
- Have strong communication and editorial skills
- Enjoy content creation – our research team is responsible for our annual research, as well as additional content including ebooks, infographics, white papers and more
- Are self-organized, self-driven and have strong project management skills
- Enjoy the flexibility – and responsibility – of working from home
- Have a great sense of humor and want to work as part of a small, driven team
- Demonstrate the value of community and community management with research
- Survey development and administration
- Data analysis, segmentation and synthesis – Excel proficiency is a must
Content development – must have good writing and presentation development skills
- Special projects which, depending on your skill set and interests, could be related to research, content, business development, marketing, or events
You might be the ideal candidate if:
You are a storyteller and data nerd who is curious about how community management is transforming business.
Do you have what it takes? Are you excited by what we could do together? Please tell us more about you! While not a requirement for the right candidate, preference will be given to people within commuting distance from Boston.