Jobs with NCWIT

NCWIT is currently looking for one full-time program evaluator and one full-time social science researcher. See below.


Program Evaluator:

https://www.jobsatcu.com/postings/92287

NCWIT seeks a Program Evaluator for its Aspirations in Computing program. This is a full-time position (40 hours per week) based at the University of Colorado Boulder. The NCWIT  Aspirations in Computing program includes a number of elements:

  • A national award for high-school girls’ computing aspirations and achievement, with affiliate awards and celebration events in all 50 states and Puerto Rico
  • An online portal through which high-school girls apply
  • An opportunity for stakeholders across the country to review award applications online
  • A Facebook group open to all winners and runners up to share experiences and seek peer advice
  • Internship and scholarship opportunities for award winners offered by NCWIT Workforce and Academic Alliance member organizations
  • An educator award for high-school teachers who inspire students in computing
  • Middle-school computing camps and workshops offered by previous Aspirations award winners
  • New undergraduate award program

Job Responsibilities:

  • Build on the existing evaluation structure for the Aspirations program and provide additional evaluation structure in keeping with NCWIT’s mission and overall evaluation plan, including measurable objectives and plans for data collection, analysis, and reporting
  • Track data in keeping with evaluation plans
  • Work closely with NCWIT Aspirations program staff, and the NCWIT research and evaluation team to ensure accurate evaluation data is collected and incorporated into resource and program development
  • Report findings regularly to relevant stakeholders in an accessible form, including annual evaluation reports

One Social Science Researcher:

https://www.jobsatcu.com/postings/92286

NCWIT seeks a Social Science Researcher for its Aspirations in Computing program. This is a full-time position (40 hours per week) based at the University of Colorado Boulder funded by a 3-year National Science Foundation grant. The NCWIT Aspirations program is currently being studied by NCWIT researchers as part of a 3-year study; additional funding has extended the study another 3 years and added new data collection and analysis opportunities. The ideal candidate will have expertise in advanced quantitative methods and analysis as well as discourse analysis and other qualitative methods.