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Job Locations US-Remote | US-VA-Arlington | US-MD-Rockville
Join AIR as an Administrative Specialist with our Health team. Our Health team works collaboratively to unravel the intertwined challenges of health care quality, costs, and access. Our team of experts – nurses, physicians, psychologists, economists, sociologists, data scientists, and public health experts – advance evidence and save lives by leading rigorous research and evaluation; results-driven technical assistance and training; and leading-edge data science and technology tools.   Use your experience, knowledge, and education to help us deliver on our mission: to contribute to a better, more equitable world.   Candidates hired for the position will have the option to work remotely but will be expected to be onsite at our North Bethesda, MD and Arlington, VA one to two days per week.     About AIR:   Established in 1946, with headquarters in Arlington, Virginia, AIR is a nonpartisan, not-for-profit institution that conducts behavioral and social science research and delivers technical assistance to solve some of the most urgent challenges in the U.S. and around the world. We advance evidence in the areas of education, health, the workforce, human services, and international development to create a better, more equitable world.   AIR’s commitment to diversity goes beyond legal compliance to its full integration in our strategy, operations, and work environment. At AIR, we define diversity broadly, considering everyone’s unique life and community experiences. We believe that embracing diverse perspectives, abilities/disabilities, racial/ethnic and cultural backgrounds, styles, ages, genders, gender identities and expressions, education backgrounds, and life stories drives innovation and employee engagement. Learn more about AIR's Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Strategy and hear from our staff by clicking here.
Job ID
12998
Job Location
United States
Job Locations US-Remote | US-VA-Arlington | US-DC | US-NC-Chapel Hill | US-MD-Columbia | US-MD-Rockville | US-MA-Waltham | US-IL-Chicago
Work for a first-class institution that is innovative, multi-dimensional, and dynamic by joining AIR as an Associate Web Applications Designer.   We hire talented and forward-thinking professionals to build our cross-functional teams and support our clients in solving complex problems. Our people—problem-solvers, changemakers, and creative thinkers—are experts in their craft who rise to meet today’s challenges. You will collaborate with our teams of motivated and passionate visionaries, where your input will be valued and your contributions vital to our success.   AIR’s Corporate Business Systems team is seeking an Associate Web Applications Designer to join their innovative team. This position will report to the Principal Business Systems Specialist. In this role, you will play a critical role in supporting our SharePoint Online and Airtable platforms, ensuring the intranet and related solutions are accessible, secure, and ready to meet the needs of our clients. You will collaborate with cross-functional teams to support our internal clients' web initiatives and contribute to an exceptional user experience. If you are excited to be part of a dynamic team and want to roll up your sleeves, this role is for you.   We value the experiences of every member of our institution, from entry level to executive. As part of our collaborative, learning-oriented team, you will be encouraged to grow in your career, develop additional skills, and progress professionally.   Candidates hired for the position may work remotely within the United States (U.S.) or from one of our U.S. office locations.This does not include U.S. territories.      About AIR:   Established in 1946, with headquarters in Arlington, Virginia, AIR is a nonpartisan, not-for-profit institution that conducts behavioral and social science research and delivers technical assistance to solve some of the most urgent challenges in the U.S. and around the world. We advance evidence in the areas of education, health, the workforce, human services, and international development to create a better, more equitable world.     AIR’s commitment to diversity goes beyond legal compliance to its full integration in our strategy, operations, and work environment. At AIR, we define diversity broadly, considering everyone’s unique life and community experiences. We believe that embracing diverse perspectives, abilities/disabilities, racial/ethnic and cultural backgrounds, styles, ages, genders, gender identities and expressions, education backgrounds, and life stories drives innovation and employee engagement. Learn more about AIR's Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Strategy and hear from our staff by clicking here.
Job ID
13017
Job Location
United States
Job Locations US-Remote | US-DC | US-VA-Arlington | US-NC-Chapel Hill | US-Chicago | US-MD-Columbia | US-MD-Rockville | US-CA-Sacramento | US-WA-Seattle | US-MA-Waltham
Join AIR as a Communications Assistant Intern with our Education Statistics team during our 2024 Virtual Summer Internship Program. The mission of our Education Statistics team is to provide statistical evidence that is meaningful, timely, accurate, and trustworthy. The Intern can expect to work on a variety of communications-related projects to support our project teams with dissemination and outreach strategies and products for federal clients such as the National Center for Education Statistics (NCES) as well as help refine internal processes for communicating across teams about our support activities.   AIR’s 2024 Virtual Summer Internship Program is designed to identify, attract, and hire the best collegiate talent that will drive creativity and innovation while enabling the organization to create a diverse and skilled talent pool. Spanning 10–12 weeks, AIR’s paid summer program provides Interns with various learning and networking opportunities that enhance their skillset and build lasting professional connections.   Candidates hired for the position may work remotely within the United States (U.S.) or from one of our U.S. office locations.This does not include U.S. territories.    About AIR: Established in 1946, with headquarters in Arlington, Virginia, AIR is a nonpartisan, not-for-profit institution that conducts behavioral and social science research and delivers technical assistance to solve some of the most urgent challenges in the U.S. and around the world. We advance evidence in the areas of education, health, the workforce, human services, and international development to create a better, more equitable world.   AIR’s commitment to diversity goes beyond legal compliance to its full integration in our strategy, operations, and work environment. At AIR, we define diversity broadly, considering everyone’s unique life and community experiences. We believe that embracing diverse perspectives, abilities/disabilities, racial/ethnic and cultural backgrounds, styles, ages, genders, gender identities and expressions, education backgrounds, and life stories drives innovation and employee engagement. Learn more about AIR's Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Strategy and hear from our staff by clicking here.
Job ID
13005
Job Location
United States
Job Locations US-Remote | US-VA-Arlington | US-NC-Chapel Hill | US-IL-Chicago | US-MD-Rockville | US-CA-Sacramento | US-MA-Waltham
Join AIR as a part-time Physics Content Editor with our Workforce Developmentprogram area, as we support the healthy, productive, and evolving workforce vital to the United States’ economy and democracy. Our experts have decades of experience in workforce policy and practice, labor policy, postsecondary transformation, economics, and adult education. We work together towards addressing structural barriers in the workforce across race, class, and gender. We provide rigorous research and evaluation, and results-driven technical assistance and training throughout the United States at all levels of the system.   Our work focuses on: - Career and technical education - Postsecondary education - Workforce policy and programs - Adult learning - Human capital solutions - Individuals with disabilities Use your experience, knowledge, and education to help us deliver on our mission: to contribute to a better, more equitable world.   Candidates hired for the position may work remotely within the United States (U.S.) or from one of our U.S. office locations.This does not include U.S. territories.    About AIR:   Established in 1946, with headquarters in Arlington, Virginia, AIR is a nonpartisan, not-for-profit institution that conducts behavioral and social science research and delivers technical assistance to solve some of the most urgent challenges in the U.S. and around the world. We advance evidence in the areas of education, health, the workforce, human services, and international development to create a better, more equitable world.   AIR’s commitment to diversity goes beyond legal compliance to its full integration in our strategy, operations, and work environment. At AIR, we define diversity broadly, considering everyone’s unique life and community experiences. We believe that embracing diverse perspectives, abilities/disabilities, racial/ethnic and cultural backgrounds, styles, ages, genders, gender identities and expressions, education backgrounds, and life stories drives innovation and employee engagement. Learn more about AIR's Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Strategy and hear from our staff byclicking here.
Job ID
12898
Job Location
United States
Job Locations US-Remote
Work for a first-class institution that is innovative, multi-dimensional, and dynamic by joining AIR as a DevSecOps Technology Intern.    We hire talented and forward-thinking professionals to build our cross-functional teams and support our clients in solving complex problems. Our people—problem-solvers, changemakers, and creative thinkers—are experts in their craft who rise to meet today’s challenges.   The DevSecOps Technology Intern  will play an integral role in delivering on some of the most meaningful projects in communities across the United States and the world. You’ll collaborate with our teams of motivated and passionate visionaries, where your input will be valued and your contributions vital to our success.   AIR’s 2024 Virtual Summer Internship Program is designed to identify, attract, and hire the best collegiate talent that will drive creativity and innovation while enabling the organization to create a diverse and skilled talent pool. Spanning 10 – 12 weeks, AIR’s paid summer program provides Interns and Scholars with various learning and networking opportunities that enhance their skillset and build lasting professional connections. The internship period may range from mid-May through the end of August 2024 depending on student availability.   AIR is currently seeking enthusiastic and tech-savvy Interns to join our team. This position is ideal for someone passionate about automating and optimizing operations, engineering, and development processes, with a specific focus on Microsoft Azure OpenAI and Microsoft Copilot integrations. The intern will receive hands-on experience with cutting-edge technologies in a real-world setting, while being mentored by experienced professionals in the field of DevSecOps and software development.   We value the experiences of every member of our institution, from entry level to executive. As part of our collaborative, learning-oriented team, you’ll be encouraged to grow in your career, develop additional skills, and progress professionally.   Candidates hired for the position may work remotely within the United States (U.S.) or from one of our U.S. office locations.This does not include U.S. territories.      About AIR:   Established in 1946, with headquarters in Arlington, Virginia, AIR is a nonpartisan, not-for-profit institution that conducts behavioral and social science research and delivers technical assistance to solve some of the most urgent challenges in the U.S. and around the world. We advance evidence in the areas of education, health, the workforce, human services, and international development to create a better, more equitable world.     AIR’s commitment to diversity goes beyond legal compliance to its full integration in our strategy, operations, and work environment. At AIR, we define diversity broadly, considering everyone’s unique life and community experiences. We believe that embracing diverse perspectives, abilities/disabilities, racial/ethnic and cultural backgrounds, styles, ages, genders, gender identities and expressions, education backgrounds, and life stories drives innovation and employee engagement. Learn more about AIR's Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Strategy and hear from our staff by clicking here.
Job ID
12994
Job Location
United States
Job Locations US-Remote | US-VA-Arlington | US-NC-Chapel Hill | US-IL-Chicago | US-MD-Rockville | US-MA | US-CA-Sacramento
Join AIR as an English Learner (EL) Researcher with ourLearning Supports program area, where we provide research and technical assistance to federal, state, and local clients, primarily focusing on the supports children need to be ready to learn in the K-12 education system. Our Learning Supports program area uses a proactive and preventative framework to support these content areas: - Early childhood - English learners - Multi-tiered system of support - Special education Our Learning Supports team is driven by our mission to make the world a better, more equitable place through education.   This Researcher will work within The Center for ELs at AIR, conducting rigorous research and connecting research to policy and practice. We are seeking a Researcher to work on research and evaluation projects, with a specific emphasis on projects focused on EL-related policies and practices. This may include both developing and testing interventions to support EL students and their teachers. The Researcher will also contribute to business development activities. The ideal candidate will have knowledge of and experience studying the effects of programs or interventions that support English learners, and a commitment to improving equity and outcomes in education. We seek a creative and curious colleague who will thrive in a fast-paced yet collaborative environment, working as part of a growing team with ambitious aspirations and evolving needs.   This position has the flexibility to work remote within the United States (U.S.) or from one of our U.S. office locations.This does not include U.S. territories.    About AIR:   Established in 1946, with headquarters in Arlington, Virginia, AIR is a nonpartisan, not-for-profit institution that conducts behavioral and social science research and delivers technical assistance to solve some of the most urgent challenges in the U.S. and around the world. We advance evidence in the areas of education, health, the workforce, human services, and international development to create a better, more equitable world.   AIR’s commitment to diversity goes beyond legal compliance to its full integration in our strategy, operations, and work environment. At AIR, we define diversity broadly, considering everyone’s unique life and community experiences. We believe that embracing diverse perspectives, abilities/disabilities, racial/ethnic and cultural backgrounds, styles, ages, genders, gender identities and expressions, education backgrounds, and life stories drives innovation and employee engagement. Learn more about AIR's Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Strategy and hear from our staff by clicking here.
Job ID
13030
Job Location
United States
Job Locations US-Remote | US-DC | US-VA-Arlington | US-MD-Rockville | US-MD-Columbia
Work for a first-class institution that is innovative, multi-dimensional, and dynamic by joining AIR as a Finance Assistant.   We hire talented and forward-thinking professionals to build our cross-functional teams and support our clients in solving complex problems. Our people—problem-solvers, changemakers, and creative thinkers—are experts in their craft who rise to meet today’s challenges.   The Finance Assistant will play an integral role in delivering on some of the most meaningful projects in communities across the United States and the world. You’ll collaborate with our teams of motivated and passionate visionaries, where your input will be valued and your contributions vital to our success.   AIR’s Corporate Finance Office team is currently looking for a Finance Assistant to join its innovative team. The position resides in the Program Finance unit and reports to the Finance Director of one of our divisions.  In this role, you will provide financial and administrative support for moderately complex projects with some supervision.  If you are excited to be part of a dynamic team and want to roll up your sleeves, this role is for you.   We value the experiences of every member of our institution, from entry level to executive. As part of our collaborative, learning-oriented team, you’ll be encouraged to grow in your career, develop additional skills, and progress professionally.   Candidates hired for the position may work remotely within the United States (U.S.) or from one of our U.S. office locations.This does not include U.S. territories.      About AIR:   Established in 1946, with headquarters in Arlington, Virginia, AIR is a nonpartisan, not-for-profit institution that conducts behavioral and social science research and delivers technical assistance to solve some of the most urgent challenges in the U.S. and around the world. We advance evidence in the areas of education, health, the workforce, human services, and international development to create a better, more equitable world.     AIR’s commitment to diversity goes beyond legal compliance to its full integration in our strategy, operations, and work environment. At AIR, we define diversity broadly, considering everyone’s unique life and community experiences.We believe that embracing diverse perspectives, abilities/disabilities, racial/ethnic and cultural backgrounds, styles, ages, genders, gender identities and expressions, education backgrounds, and life stories drives innovation and employee engagement. Learn more about AIR's Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Strategy and hear from our staff by clicking here.
Job ID
13018
Job Location
United States
Job Locations US-Remote | US-DC | US-VA-Arlington | US-NC-Chapel Hill | US-IL-Chicago | US-MD-Columbia | US-MD-Rockville | US-CA-Sacramento | US-WA-Seattle | US-MA
Join AIR as a Health Policy Analyst (Research Assistant) with our Healthteam providing operations and policy support to the Center for Consumer Information and Insurance Oversight (CCIIO) Marketplace Plan Management Group, which is responsible for the annual certification of Qualified Health Plans offered on the Marketplace. The ideal candidate will enjoy applying health policy knowledge to support tasks, such as certification reviews, and be dedicated to supporting efforts to advance access to quality, equitable, and affordable care. The selected candidate will aid support teams in assessing QHP compliance with certification review requirements related to topics such as network adequacy, for example, and help with meeting support across teams.   Candidates hired for the position may work remotely within the United States (U.S.) or from one of our U.S. office locations.This does not include U.S. territories.    About AIR:   Established in 1946, with headquarters in Arlington, Virginia, AIR is a nonpartisan, not-for-profit institution that conducts behavioral and social science research and delivers technical assistance to solve some of the most urgent challenges in the U.S. and around the world. We advance evidence in the areas of education, health, the workforce, human services, and international development to create a better, more equitable world.   AIR’s commitment to diversity goes beyond legal compliance to its full integration in our strategy, operations, and work environment. At AIR, we define diversity broadly, considering everyone’s unique life and community experiences. We believe that embracing diverse perspectives, abilities/disabilities, racial/ethnic and cultural backgrounds, styles, ages, genders, gender identities and expressions, education backgrounds, and life stories drives innovation and employee engagement. Learn more about AIR's Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Strategy and hear from our staff by clicking here.
Job ID
13040
Job Location
United States
Job Locations US-Remote | US-VA-Arlington | US-TX-Austin | US-NC-Chapel Hill | US-CA-Oakland | US-MA-Waltham
Seeking Bias, Sensitivity, and Fairness Reviewers for a High-Stakes Standardized Assessment. AIR will contract directly with the Reviewer under a consulting purchase order agreement.   Established in 1946, with headquarters in Arlington, Virginia, AIR is a nonpartisan, not-for-profit organization that conducts behavioral and social science research and delivers technical assistance to solve some of the most urgent challenges in the U.S. and around the world. We advance evidence in the areas of education, health, the workforce, human services, and international development to create a better, more equitable world. The AIR family of organizations now includes IMPAQ, Maher & Maher, and Kimetrica.
Job ID
11703
Job Location
United States
Job Locations US-Remote | US-VA-Arlington | US-TX-Austin | US-NC-Chapel Hill | US-CA-Oakland | US-MA-Waltham
AIR is currently seeking to establish an ongoing relationship with new independant consultants to support our item writing process. Item writing involves developing stimulus passages with dependent multiple-choice items, as well as sets of independent or discrete multiple-choice items. This is a flexible, online contract position that could range from 5–10 hours per assignment with approximately 4–6 assignments per year. This is a great opportunity to apply your teaching skills to standardized test content development based on introductory college biochemistry content knowledge. AIR will contract directly with the Independent Consultants under a consulting purchase order agreement.   About AIR:   Established in 1946, with headquarters in Arlington, Virginia, AIR is a nonpartisan, not-for-profit institution that conducts behavioral and social science research and delivers technical assistance to solve some of the most urgent challenges in the U.S. and around the world. We advance evidence in the areas of education, health, the workforce, human services, and international development to create a better, more equitable world.     AIR’s commitment to diversity goes beyond legal compliance to its full integration in our strategy, operations, and work environment. At AIR, we define diversity broadly, considering everyone’s unique life and community experiences. We believe that embracing diverse perspectives, abilities/disabilities, racial/ethnic and cultural backgrounds, styles, ages, genders, gender identities and expressions, education backgrounds, and life stories drives innovation and employee engagement. Learn more about AIR's Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Strategy and hear from our staff by clicking here.
Job ID
12838
Job Location
United States
Job Locations US-Remote | US-VA-Arlington | US-TX-Austin | US-NC-Chapel Hill | US-CA-Oakland | US-MA-Waltham
AIR is currently seeking to establish an ongoing relationship with new independent consultants to support our item writing process. Item writing involves developing stimulus passages with dependent multiple-choice items, as well as sets of independent or discrete multiple-choice items. This is a flexible, online contract position that could range from 5–10 hours per assignment with approximately 4–6 assignments per year. This is a great opportunity to earn some extra money, build your item development skills, and focus on introductory college physics content knowledge. AIR will contract directly with the Independent Consultants under a consulting purchase order agreement.   About AIR:   Established in 1946, with headquarters in Arlington, Virginia, AIR is a nonpartisan, not-for-profit institution that conducts behavioral and social science research and delivers technical assistance to solve some of the most urgent challenges in the U.S. and around the world. We advance evidence in the areas of education, health, the workforce, human services, and international development to create a better, more equitable world.     AIR’s commitment to diversity goes beyond legal compliance to its full integration in our strategy, operations, and work environment. At AIR, we define diversity broadly, considering everyone’s unique life and community experiences. We believe that embracing diverse perspectives, abilities/disabilities, racial/ethnic and cultural backgrounds, styles, ages, genders, gender identities and expressions, education backgrounds, and life stories drives innovation and employee engagement. Learn more about AIR's Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Strategy and hear from our staff by clicking here.
Job ID
12597
Job Location
United States
Job Locations US-Remote | US-VA-Arlington
Work for a first-class institution that is innovative, multi-dimensional, and dynamic by joining AIR as an International Financial and Regulatory Compliance Intern.   We hire talented and forward-thinking professionals to build our cross-functional teams and support our clients in solving complex problems. Our people—problem-solvers, changemakers, and creative thinkers—are experts in their craft who rise to meet today’s challenges.   The International Financial and Regulatory Compliance Intern will play an integral role in delivering on some of the most meaningful projects in communities across the United States and the world. You’ll collaborate with our teams of motivated and passionate visionaries, where your input will be valued and your contributions vital to our success.   AIR’s 2024 Summer Internship Program is designed to identify, attract, and hire the best talent that will drive creativity and innovation while enabling the organization to create a diverse and skilled talent pool. Spanning 10 – 12 weeks, AIR’s paid summer program provides interns with various learning and networking opportunities that enhance their skillset and build lasting professional connections. The International Financial and Regulatory Compliance Intern will work directly with the International Compliance and Program Finance teams, assisting them with regulatory and financial compliance activities and oversight related to AIR’s International Development Division. AIR’s International Development Division works around the globe to improve the quality and relevance of social, economic, and education programs in developing countries, to empower individuals, communities, and institutions, and to ensure equitable access for all. Our international work covers AIR’s broad practice areas—education, health, human services, and workforce development—across the lifespan.   We value the experiences of every member of our institution, from entry level to executive. As part of our collaborative, learning-oriented team, you’ll be encouraged to grow in your career, develop additional skills, and progress professionally.   Candidates hired for the position may work remotely within the United States (U.S.) or from one of our U.S. office locations.This does not include U.S. territories.      About AIR:   Established in 1946, with headquarters in Arlington, Virginia, AIR is a nonpartisan, not-for-profit institution that conducts behavioral and social science research and delivers technical assistance to solve some of the most urgent challenges in the U.S. and around the world. We advance evidence in the areas of education, health, the workforce, human services, and international development to create a better, more equitable world.   AIR’s commitment to diversity goes beyond legal compliance to its full integration in our strategy, operations, and work environment. At AIR, we define diversity broadly, considering everyone’s unique life and community experiences. We believe that embracing diverse perspectives, abilities/disabilities, racial/ethnic and cultural backgrounds, styles, ages, genders, gender identities and expressions, education backgrounds, and life stories drives innovation and employee engagement. Learn more about AIR's Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Strategy and hear from our staff by clicking here.
Job ID
13020
Job Location
United States
Job Locations US-Remote | US-VA-Arlington | US-NC-Chapel Hill | US-MD-Rockville | US-CA-Sacramento | US-MA-Waltham | US-IL-Chicago
AIR’s Human Services Division is seeking a Managing Director for the Education Systems and Policy Program Area who will provide intellectual leadership and expertise in research design, evaluation, and project execution acrossEducationprojects and pursuits. The ideal candidate will bring entrepreneurial talent to identify and pursue new business opportunities, cultivate strong client relationships, lead proposals, provide leadership and skills to recruit new staff and mentor existing staff, and exhibit the commitment and style to work collaboratively with other researchers and senior leaders at AIR. The incumbent will be joining our team of professionals that are highly committed to making a difference in education and working closely with senior staff and project teams.   This position has the flexibility to work remotely within the United States (U.S.) or from one of our U.S. office locations.This does not include U.S. territories.    About AIR:   Established in 1946, with headquarters in Arlington, Virginia, AIR is a nonpartisan, not-for-profit institution that conducts behavioral and social science research and delivers technical assistance to solve some of the most urgent challenges in the U.S. and around the world. We advance evidence in the areas of education, health, the workforce, human services, and international development to create a better, more equitable world.   AIR’s commitment to diversity goes beyond legal compliance to its full integration in our strategy, operations, and work environment. At AIR, we define diversity broadly, considering everyone’s unique life and community experiences. We believe that embracing diverse perspectives, abilities/disabilities, racial/ethnic and cultural backgrounds, styles, ages, genders, gender identities and expressions, education backgrounds, and life stories drives innovation and employee engagement. Learn more about AIR's Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Strategy and hear from our staff by clicking here.
Job ID
12986
Job Location
United States
Job Locations US-Remote | US-VA-Arlington | US-NC-Chapel Hill | US-IL-Chicago | US-MD-Rockville | US-CA-Sacramento | US-MA
Join AIR as a PrincipalPublic Health Researcher with ourYouth, Family, and Community Developmentprogram to foster equitable pathways for young people, families, and communities to thrive.  This position will focus on Public Health approaches to prevention to support teams aiming to build evidence on equitable pathways to thriving. This position will require collaboration within and outside AIR, including with program providers, subject matter experts, as well as federal, state, and local agency officials. The researcher will provide data collection, management, analysis, and dissemination support for contract and grant research and evaluation projects. The ideal candidate is committed to a strengths-based perspective as well as mitigating the impacts of both personal and systemic biases in research. Candidates with relevant lived experience, including military service, are encouraged to apply.   Related projects aim to use culturally responsive science to focus around one or more areas, including but not limited to:   Content areas: - Addressing inequities in social determinants of health, including - housing and economic security - environmental justice - reproductive justice - Primary prevention of violence, such as - intimate partner and sexual violence - child maltreatment and adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) - violence that impacts youth and community - Suicide and mental health - Systems change, including organizational and culture change in the military and other community serving systems. - Public health workforce competencies and career pipelines This position has the flexibility to work remote from anywhere in the United States or from any of AIR's U.S. office locations. This does not include U.S. territories.     About AIR:   Established in 1946, with headquarters in Arlington, Virginia, AIR is a nonpartisan, not-for-profit institution that conducts behavioral and social science research and delivers technical assistance to solve some of the most urgent challenges in the U.S. and around the world. We advance evidence in the areas of education, health, the workforce, human services, and international development to create a better, more equitable world.   AIR’s commitment to diversity goes beyond legal compliance to its full integration in our strategy, operations, and work environment. At AIR, we define diversity broadly, considering everyone’s unique life and community experiences. We believe that embracing diverse perspectives, abilities/disabilities, racial/ethnic and cultural backgrounds, styles, ages, genders, gender identities and expressions, education backgrounds, and life stories drives innovation and employee engagement. Learn more about AIR's Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Strategy and hear from our staff by clicking here.
Job ID
12982
Job Location
United States
Job Locations US-Remote | US-TX-Austin
AIR’s Human Service Division is seeking a Principal Researcher for the Education Systems & Policy program area to lead research or technical assistance projects and to serve as the deputy director of Regional Educational Laboratory (REL) Southwest.   Important aspects of the role include the leadership and development of grant or contract proposals, directing research or technical assistance projects, contributing to the strategic direction of AIR’s education systems and policy research or technical assistance practice, and mentoring and developing AIR research staff. In addition, in the role of deputy director of REL Southwest, the individual will work closely with the director to oversee a portfolio of research, technical assistance, and engagement products funded by the Institute of Education Sciences at the U.S. Department of Education. These projects—which span a range of preK–postsecondary education topics—are conducted in collaborative research partnerships and focus on supporting education leaders to generate and apply evidence to improve outcomes for students historically underserved by opportunity.   The preferred candidate would be based in one of the five REL Southwest states (Arkansas, Louisiana, New Mexico, Oklahoma, or Texas) and may work remotely or from AIR’s office in Austin, Texas.    About AIR:   Established in 1946, with headquarters in Arlington, Virginia, AIR is a nonpartisan, not-for-profit institution that conducts behavioral and social science research and delivers technical assistance to solve some of the most urgent challenges in the U.S. and around the world. We advance evidence in the areas of education, health, the workforce, human services, and international development to create a better, more equitable world.   AIR’s commitment to diversity goes beyond legal compliance to its full integration in our strategy, operations, and work environment. At AIR, we define diversity broadly, considering everyone’s unique life and community experiences. We believe that embracing diverse perspectives, abilities/disabilities, racial/ethnic and cultural backgrounds, styles, ages, genders, gender identities and expressions, education backgrounds, and life stories drives innovation and employee engagement. Learn more about AIR's Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Strategy and hear from our staff byclicking here.
Job ID
13015
Job Location
United States
Job Locations US-Remote | US-VA-Arlington | US-IL-Chicago | US-MD-Rockville | US-MA-Waltham
Join AIR as a Qualitative Research Assistant with our International Development Division (IDD) and make a difference, improving the quality of life for individuals and communities in low and middle income countries. The position offers an opportunity to gain first-hand quantitative data management and research experience on exciting evaluations of development programs. AIR’s IDD work spans the globe with projects in Africa, Asia, the Caribbean, Europe, Central and Latin America, and the Middle East.   Our IDD team is committed and engaged because we drive positive change in the following areas: - Agriculture, food, and nutrition - Early childhood development and education - Refugees and migration - Social protection - Water, sanitation, and infrastructure - Women's empowerment - Workforce development Use your experience, knowledge, and education to help us deliver on our mission: to contribute to a better, more equitable world.   Candidates hired for the position may work remotely within the United States (U.S.) or from one of our U.S. office locations. This does not include U.S. territories.   About AIR:   Established in 1946, with headquarters in Arlington, Virginia, AIR is a nonpartisan, not-for-profit institution that conducts behavioral and social science research and delivers technical assistance to solve some of the most urgent challenges in the U.S. and around the world. We advance evidence in the areas of education, health, the workforce, human services, and international development to create a better, more equitable world.     AIR’s commitment to diversity goes beyond legal compliance to its full integration in our strategy, operations, and work environment. At AIR, we define diversity broadly, considering everyone’s unique life and community experiences. We believe that embracing diverse perspectives, abilities/disabilities, racial/ethnic and cultural backgrounds, styles, ages, genders, gender identities and expressions, education backgrounds, and life stories drives innovation and employee engagement. Learn more about AIR's Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Strategy and hear from our staff by clicking here.
Job ID
13010
Job Location
United States
Job Locations US-Remote | US-VA-Arlington | US-NC-Chapel Hill | US-IL-Chicago | US-MD-Rockville | US-MA-Waltham
Join AIR as a Qualitative Research Associate with our International Development Division (IDD) and make a difference, improving the quality of life for individuals and communities in low and middle income countries. AIR’s IDD work spans the globe with projects in Africa, Asia, the Caribbean, Europe, Central and Latin America, and the Middle East.   Our IDD team is committed and engaged because we drive positive change in the following areas: - Agriculture, food, and nutrition - Early childhood development and education - Refugees and migration - Social protection - Water, sanitation, and infrastructure - Women's empowerment - Workforce development Use your experience, knowledge, and education to help us deliver on our mission: to contribute to a better, more equitable world.   AIR is currently seeking a Qualitative Research Associate to join our International Development Division. The position offers an opportunity to gain first-hand qualitative data management and research experience on exciting evaluations of development programs.   Candidates hired for the position may work remotely within the United States (U.S.) or from one of our U.S. office locations.This does not include U.S. territories.    About AIR:   Established in 1946, with headquarters in Arlington, Virginia, AIR is a nonpartisan, not-for-profit institution that conducts behavioral and social science research and delivers technical assistance to solve some of the most urgent challenges in the U.S. and around the world. We advance evidence in the areas of education, health, the workforce, human services, and international development to create a better, more equitable world.   AIR’s commitment to diversity goes beyond legal compliance to its full integration in our strategy, operations, and work environment. At AIR, we define diversity broadly, considering everyone’s unique life and community experiences. We believe that embracing diverse perspectives, abilities/disabilities, racial/ethnic and cultural backgrounds, styles, ages, genders, gender identities and expressions, education backgrounds, and life stories drives innovation and employee engagement. Learn more about AIR's Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Strategy and hear from our staff by clicking here.
Job ID
12963
Job Location
United States
Job Locations US-Remote | US-VA-Arlington | US-DC | US-IL-Chicago | US-MD-Rockville | US-MA-Waltham
Join AIR as a Quantitative Research Assistant with our International Development Division (IDD) and make a difference, improving the quality of life for individuals and communities in low and middle income countries. The position offers an opportunity to gain first-hand quantitative data management and research experience on exciting evaluations of development programs. AIR’s IDD work spans the globe with projects in Africa, Asia, the Caribbean, Europe, Central and Latin America, and the Middle East.   Our IDD team is committed and engaged because we drive positive change in the following areas: - Agriculture, food, and nutrition - Early childhood development and education - Refugees and migration - Social protection - Water, sanitation, and infrastructure - Women's empowerment - Workforce development Use your experience, knowledge, and education to help us deliver on our mission: to contribute to a better, more equitable world.   Candidates hired for the position may work remotely within the United States (U.S.) or from one of our U.S. office locations. This does not include U.S. territories.   About AIR:   Established in 1946, with headquarters in Arlington, Virginia, AIR is a nonpartisan, not-for-profit institution that conducts behavioral and social science research and delivers technical assistance to solve some of the most urgent challenges in the U.S. and around the world. We advance evidence in the areas of education, health, the workforce, human services, and international development to create a better, more equitable world.     AIR’s commitment to diversity goes beyond legal compliance to its full integration in our strategy, operations, and work environment. At AIR, we define diversity broadly, considering everyone’s unique life and community experiences. We believe that embracing diverse perspectives, abilities/disabilities, racial/ethnic and cultural backgrounds, styles, ages, genders, gender identities and expressions, education backgrounds, and life stories drives innovation and employee engagement. Learn more about AIR's Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Strategy and hear from our staff by clicking here.
Job ID
13009
Job Location
United States
Job Locations US-Remote | US-VA-Arlington | US-IL-Chicago | US-MD-Rockville | US-MA-Waltham
Join AIR as a Quantitative Research Associate with our International Development Division (IDD) and make a difference, improving the quality of life for individuals and communities in low and middle income countries. The position offers an opportunity to gain first-hand quantitative data management and research experience on exciting evaluations of development programs. AIR’s IDD work spans the globe with projects in Africa, Asia, the Caribbean, Europe, Central and Latin America, and the Middle East.   Our IDD team is committed and engaged because we drive positive change in the following areas: - Agriculture, food, and nutrition - Early childhood development and education - Refugees and migration - Social protection - Water, sanitation, and infrastructure - Women's empowerment - Workforce development Use your experience, knowledge, and education to help us deliver on our mission: to contribute to a better, more equitable world.   Candidates hired for the position may work remotely within the United States (U.S.) or from one of our U.S. office locations. This does not include U.S. territories.   About AIR:   Established in 1946, with headquarters in Arlington, Virginia, AIR is a nonpartisan, not-for-profit institution that conducts behavioral and social science research and delivers technical assistance to solve some of the most urgent challenges in the U.S. and around the world. We advance evidence in the areas of education, health, the workforce, human services, and international development to create a better, more equitable world.   AIR’s commitment to diversity goes beyond legal compliance to its full integration in our strategy, operations, and work environment. At AIR, we define diversity broadly, considering everyone’s unique life and community experiences. We believe that embracing diverse perspectives, abilities/disabilities, racial/ethnic and cultural backgrounds, styles, ages, genders, gender identities and expressions, education backgrounds, and life stories drives innovation and employee engagement. Learn more about AIR's Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Strategy and hear from our staff by clicking here.
Job ID
13036
Job Location
United States
Job Locations US-Remote | US-DC | US-VA-Arlington | US-NC-Chapel Hill | US-IL-Chicago | US-MD-Columbia | US-MD-Rockville | US-CA-Sacramento | US-WA-Seattle | US-MA
Join AIR as a Research Assistant with our Health team. Our Health team works collaboratively to unravel the intertwined challenges of health care quality, costs, and access. Our team of experts – nurses, physicians, psychologists, economists, sociologists, data scientists, and public health experts – advance evidence and save lives by leading rigorous research and evaluation; results-driven technical assistance and training; and leading-edge data science and technology tools.   Our team of experts focus on promoting evidence-based care for a range of clinical conditions; engaging patient, family, and communities to identify and address inequities and barriers to health care for groups who have been historically excluded and marginalized; improving patient safety; and establishing measures for evaluating the quality of care. We also translate research evidence to promote understanding and adoption of best practices by patients, families, caregivers, physicians, nurses, insurers, health systems leaders, and policymakers.   Use your experience, knowledge, and education to help us deliver on our mission: to contribute to a better, more equitable world.   Candidates hired for the position may work remotely within the United States (U.S.) or from one of our U.S. office locations.This does not include U.S. territories.    About AIR:   Established in 1946, with headquarters in Arlington, Virginia, AIR is a nonpartisan, not-for-profit institution that conducts behavioral and social science research and delivers technical assistance to solve some of the most urgent challenges in the U.S. and around the world. We advance evidence in the areas of education, health, the workforce, human services, and international development to create a better, more equitable world.   AIR’s commitment to diversity goes beyond legal compliance to its full integration in our strategy, operations, and work environment. At AIR, we define diversity broadly, considering everyone’s unique life and community experiences. We believe that embracing diverse perspectives, abilities/disabilities, racial/ethnic and cultural backgrounds, styles, ages, genders, gender identities and expressions, education backgrounds, and life stories drives innovation and employee engagement. Learn more about AIR's Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Strategy and hear from our staff by clicking here.
Job ID
12972
Job Location
United States