The Behavioural Public Policy Lab at the University of Saskatchewan is hiring two full-time research positions!
The Behavioural Public Policy Lab is run by Dr. Vince Hopkins, Assistant Professor at the Johnson Shoyama Graduate School of Public Policy. The lab is an interdisciplinary research unit that uses behavioural science to improve access to public services. The lab focuses on positive impact, working closely with policy makers to find out what works (and what doesn’t).
Research Associate: A full-time, remote, term position (Dec. 2022-Feb. 2024 with possibility of renewal) that supports research activities at the Behavioural Public Policy Lab, including experimental design and analysis, day-to-day operations, stakeholder liaison, and project management. This is an ideal position for a candidate looking to gain additional research experience before applying for PhD programs or for someone considering a career in applied research. Additional details at https://www.schoolofpublicpolicy.sk.ca/employment-opportunities.php#ResearchAssociate.
Senior Behavioural Scientist: A full-time, remote, term position (Dec. 2022-Feb. 2024 with possibility of renewal) that combines expertise in social and behavioural science with experimental methodology to co-design and test solutions to social and economic problems. The position will also be responsible for communicating findings to academic audiences and policymakers. Additional details at https://www.schoolofpublicpolicy.sk.ca/employment-opportunities.php#SeniorBehaviouralScientist.
The deadline for applications is Dec 2. Anyone who’s interested can also send an email at email@example.com.