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Job Posting: British Columbia Teachers' Federation - Senior Research Analyst

February 18, 2016

The British Columbia Teachers’ Federation (BCTF) is currently seeking an experienced Research Analyst to carry out a wide variety of research and analysis utilizing quantitative and qualitative research methods to support the research priorities of the Federation.

The full-time permanent position of Senior Research Analyst reports to the Director of the Research and Technology Division and, working collaboratively with the Senior Researcher, informs, advises, and supports the Federation Executive, officers, staff, and committees by independently conceptualising, developing, and conducting statistical and qualitative analyses in the areas of collective bargaining, education finance, government finance, school facilities and operations, student enrolment, and socio-economic factors related to employment, teaching, and learning in the public education system.

For this key position, the Federation is seeking an individual with over five-years experience as a researcher involving both qualitative and quantitative socio-economic research, analysis, and report writing. The successful candidate will possess a Master’s degree (or Doctorate) involving research and training in the areas of economics, public policy, public finance, and/or industrial relations, including courses in quantitative and statistical methods and analysis.

Please submit your résumé, quoting file JP0408, not later than 5:00 p.m., March 4, 2016, either by email to, or by mail to Human Resources Department, BC Teachers’ Federation, 100–550 West 6th Avenue, Vancouver, BC V5Z 4P2.

For the full job description, please see here.

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