In this role, you will effectively collaborate and coordinate with the Managers, Project Leaders, Client Services and other Staff during the update process, historical research projects, and/or client inquiries.
The Quantitative Research Analyst will perform statistical analyses to verify and optimize innovations and enhancements to trading models; define and implement data collection and data acquisition methods.
The successful Research Analyst will join the team of existing researchers; in addition to possessing excellent analytical and technical skills, the successful Research Analyst should be a creative problem solver, a clear communicator, and a strong team player.
In this role, the selected candidate will define and implement data collection and data acquisition methods; perform statistical analyses to verify and optimize innovations and enhancements to trading models.
In this role, you will work cross - functionally with many parts of the organization ( Technology, Creative, and Project Operations ) to ensure the successful delivery of our research studies. As a support role working across all of the Insights projects, this role will be trained on all aspects of market research project execution utilizing virtual reality simulations.
The Research Data Analyst provides expertise in data management, quality assurance, analysis and reporting. Establishes data accuracy and validity derived from a variety of systems. Performs data analysis using statistical techniques.
The position offers the opportunity to work directly with leading social policy researchers, at the University of Chicago and NYC-area universities, local city agency staff, as well as a team of administrative staff, other analysts, research managers, and student research assistant.
In this role, you will be responsible for gathering data, assessing trends, forecasting metrics and providing outlooks on companies within the sector as well as for the sector as a whole using both qualitative and quantitative analysis.
In this role, you will develop a good understanding of the operational aspects of the auction business, support the newly established Chicago site to ensure that both sites are capable of independently processing auctions on behalf of the U.S. Treasury in a contingency, and contribute to special projects associated with the Treasury Auction business.
In this role, the selected candidate will be responsible for meeting the prospect identification and research needs of staff, enabling them to achieve major gift, planned gift, principal gift, and annual support fundraising goals.