Research Project Manager - Duke World Food Policy Center

Duke University’s World Food Policy Center is seeking a researcher to join our team and lead development of several new projects. Candidates must have experience conducting quantitative research studies, especially with those skill sets typically acquired through a Master’s Degree or PhD (in fields such as Public Health, Nutrition, Epidemiology, Psychology, Public Policy, Agricultural Economics, Environmental Studies, Anthropology, Sociology, or a related field). Preference for candidates with a strong publication record, policy interests, and funding history. Additional qualitative skills would be a plus, but the focus will be a on a strong quantitative record.

The position will develop publications and reports for both academic and non-academic audiences. We approach all of our work from a racial equity perspective, and encourage candidates with lived experience as a result of inequities in our food system to apply.  Please submit a resume AND cover letter on Duke’s website by July 15, 2020 for consideration.