Global Solidarity Research Analyst

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Global Solidarity Research Analyst
University of California Los Angeles

Requisition Number: 32760
Salary: $4,842 - $9,591 monthly

Position Description:
Incumbent will conduct a participatory-oriented, capacity building program to support Mexican-based academic institutions in understanding the UCLA Labor Center's model of Academia and Labor collaboration through virtual and in-person exchanges, developing a needs assessment for Mexico-based Labor Centers' design and operation, and conducting strategic planning sessions to define a work plan for both Labor Centers according to their own specific contexts. Incumbent will provide technical advice to the Labor Centers during the first stages of their operations to ensure their long-term sustainability. Incumbent will work with academic partner organizations in Mexico and other program stakeholders such as unions and worker centers to execute specific deliverables, including two needs assessment reports, including the development and implementation of an initial evaluation tool; two strategic planning reports; two work plans with specific outcomes; and two annual reports.

Specific responsibilities include conceiving and designing initial evaluation tool and the needs assessment tools; managing all aspects of the strategic planning including in-depth interviews and field observations; analyzing interview data; summarizing research findings; producing needs assessment reports and strategic planning reports; attending convenings of program participants, relevant events, and stakeholder meetings; presenting research materials at meetings, workshops, and conferences; evaluating benchmarks and monitoring participant progress, and cataloging research materials.

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Posted: 10/9/2020
Application Due: 10/24/2020
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