Job Openings

Check this page frequently for new job announcements! Also be sure to check out Georgetown’s Graduate Career Center (new window).

9/15/20: The Business Design and Optimization Group (new window) provides internal consulting and project management support to Georgetown, and is seeking part-time Student Interns. This is a remote, paid position with the expectation of 10 to 15 hours dedicated weekly. They are seeking students with interest and skills to support a few targeted projects to assist with data management, analysis, and visualization. Applications will be accepted via Handshake (new window) through September 22, 2020.

9/4/20: The Office of Graduate Enrichment (new window) is seeking a Graduate Assistant. Ideally the student employee is someone ready and willing to wear many hats. The Graduate Assistant for Graduate Enrichment will be tasked with communicating with Georgetown graduate students, graduate program faculty and staff, and prospective students. This will include advertising events via social media and editing websites via WordPress. Learn more and apply here. (new window)

9/1/20: Georgetown UIS (new window) (University Information Services) is looking to hire a part-time Data Analyst to provide data management and visualization to the COVID operations technical team in UIS. It’s a remote position, 10-20 hours/week, $21/hour. Please see the full job description and apply here. (new window)

7/31/20: Applications for the Beeck Center’s Fall 2020 Student Analyst program are now open (new window). The deadline to apply is Sunday, August 9 at 9 PM ET. Learn more about the position here. (new window)

10/21/20: The GeoAnalytics Center (new window) is seeking a Project Assistant to support the implementation of an upcoming project focused on social media and elections. The project will promote balanced, responsible election content via online platforms to mitigate disinformation and political escalation, while promoting peaceful, democratic change—with a specific focus on including women. This position is pending final approval of funding from the donor. This position will be remote with an expected workload of 20 hours per week on average, starting as soon as possible and continuing until April 2021.

Preferred skills include: Coding in Python or R (R Preferred); Experience using network analysis or similar analytic techniques to understand relationships; Familiarity with the use of social media data and extraction of important information and quantitative metrics; Strong analytical and conceptual thinking skills with a proactive approach to identifying and resolving problems and suggesting improvements; Attention to detail and ability multi-task, as well as complete requested tasks on deadline; Ability to work independently and remotely, using regular calls with supervisor to coordinate tasks; Strong writing skills; French preferred but not mandatory.

Please submit your application to (new window), which should include a CV and motivation letter by 29 October. The objective of the letter is just to explain your experience or willingness to learn social media data extraction and analysis, please detail your R or Python experience. Applications will be reviewed in the order they are received. Kindly use the following subject line: Social Media Analyst Application.

9/1/20: DC’s Development Solutions Organization (new window) (DSO) team is actively recruiting a new group of student consultants for the 2020-2021 year with a September kick-off. DSO’s student volunteers work with their peers under the supervision of professional engagement leads to offer free consulting to impact-oriented nonprofits. Learn more and apply (new window)! Applications due Friday, September 4.

8/26/20: National Institute of Statistical Sciences (new window) (NISS) seeks a part-time Research Assistant (new window). The Research Assistant will be responsible for maintaining data files on a secure server, for using standard statistical methods for analysis of assessment and/or survey data, for providing summaries for meetings on topics in education measurement and education data analysis. In addition, the Research Assistant should expect to participate in NISS research projects, often including presentations at national conferences and/or publication. To apply, please send unofficial transcript, statement of capabilities and interest, and names and full contact information for two or three references – at least one must be an academic faculty researcher, preferably from the current graduate program to

9/2/20: The U.S. Digital Service (new window) has been working with the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (new window) in developing brand new GS-2210 position descriptions GS-12 and GS-13 Data Scientists. These positions are perfect for someone who has a couple of years’ experience out of college, has transitioned to a data science career from a prior field, or who is just looking to have a massive impact on the quality of public healthcare. Learn more and apply here. (new window)

8/19/20: Analyst Institute (new window) is looking to fill two full-time roles of Meta-Analysis Research Manager and Meta-Analysis Data Scientist (new window) on the Research Team as soon as possible. You’ll be part of a close-knit, cutting edge team of experts with backgrounds in social, behavioral, and data science. We will accept and review applications on a rolling basis. We strongly encourage applicants to apply by August 31st and will give priority to applications submitted by that date.

8/17/20: FEMA (new window) is seeking a full-time Program Analyst within the Qualification Operations Section (QOS), FEMA Qualification System (FQS) Branch, Workforce Development Division, Field Operations Directorate, Office of Response and Recovery. This position is located at FEMA Headquarters, 500 C Street, SW, Washington, DC. Resumes will be accepted until August 21, 2020. Resumes should be submitted via email to (new window) with the subject line: “QOS Program Analyst Position.”