Job Title:Social Scientist (Science Resources Analyst)
Agency:National Science Foundation
Job Announcement Number:NCSES-2013-0005
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|$105,211.00 to $163,957.00 / Per Year|
|Monday, November 19, 2012 to Monday, December 24, 2012|
SERIES & GRADE:
|Full-time. - Permanent.|
|Few vacancies in the following location(s):|
Arlington, VA, US
WHO MAY APPLY:
|Applications will be accepted from US Citizens. Due to a recent change in Federal Appropriations Law, only Non-Citizens who are permanent US residents and actively seeking citizenship can be considered. Therefore, you are required to provide documentation that confirms you are actively seeking citizenship at the time you submit your application. Non-citizens who do not provide documentation will not be considered.|
"Monster/Hiring Management will be unavailable/offline on Sunday, December 16, 2012. You will not be able to apply for this job announcement during this time, therefore the closing date is extended to Monday, December 24, 2012."
Applicants wishing to apply for Social Scientist (Science Resources Analyst) AD-02 see job announcement NCSES-2013-0003 and/or Social Scientist (Science Resources Analyst) AD-03 see job announcement NCSES-2013-0004.
Become a part of our mission to maintain and strengthen the vitality of the US science and engineering enterprise. For over 60 years, the National Science Foundation (NSF) has remained the premier Federal agency supporting basic research at the frontiers of discovery across all fields, as well as science and engineering education at all levels.
The NSF is seeking a candidate for a Senior Social Scientist/Science Resources Analyst within the Science and Engineering Indicators Program (SEI) in the National Center for Science and Engineering Statistics (NCSES), Directorate for Social, Behavioral and Economic Sciences (SBE), Arlington, VA.
SEI produces two Congressionally mandated reports and other analyses on a broad range of topics relating to science and technology (S&T) in the United States and globally. SEI analyzes and reports data in the following areas: K-12 mathematics and science education; higher education in science and engineering (S&E); the science and engineering workforce; U.S. and international research and development; innovation; outputs and influence of S&E research, including analyses of scientific publication patterns (bibliometrics); economic application of S&E knowledge; international competitiveness of knowledge intensive economies; and public attitudes towards and knowledge of S&T. SEI produces quantitatively based, policy neutral, policy relevant, and balanced analyses using a broad range of indicators. S&T policy makers in the federal government and elsewhere use SEI analyses and reports to understand the U.S. S&T enterprise in its global setting and to assess the strengths and weaknesses of the U.S. S&T and innovation system. For more information about NCSES and its Programs, please visit http://www.nsf.gov/statistics/.
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