Statistical Analyst

Who we want

  • Do you consider yourself a true statistician who excels at building predictive models using various data sources and techniques? Do you have a passion for uncovering data insights that inform practical business decisions?
  • Do you take a logical and systematic approach to problem solving?
  • Do your research skills and analytical ability allow you to fully embrace any data set or research challenge with confidence?
  • Are you persistent and determined to find the story in the data that others may have missed?
  • Are you a self-motivated professional who can manage multiple projects with multiple teams and prioritize according to client needs?
  • Do you want to make a positive team contribution in a fast-paced, stimulating environment with driven, dedicated associates?
  • Are you a natural teacher who can simplify complex concepts to others?
  • Does your intellectual curiosity keep you on the cutting edge of research and statistical analysis?

What you will do

Gallup statistical analysts are part of a team of researchers who generate new scientific discoveries by organizing and integrating multisource data to test hypotheses and assumptions through statistical modeling. In the quest to generate scientifically sound interpretations and insights about large-scale social behavior (e.g., consumer spending, lifestyle trends, political stability, employee engagement, retention, well-being and strengths-based development), you will conduct routine analysis as well as learn and apply new statistical and analytical methods, research tools and data visualization techniques to discover the most compelling means of displaying and delivering powerful results for Gallup’s clients.

This is your opportunity to make an extraordinary impact through your statistical expertise with Gallup’s work in workplace, customer, social and economic analysis. Gallup has data that no one else has. To view some of our most recent discoveries, download our latest reports: State of American Workplace, Women in the America: Work and Life Well-Lived and How Millennials Want to Work and Live.

What you need

  • A master’s degree in statistics or a quantitative field with concentration in mathematics, economics, or social science required
  • 3 years of experience with standard statistical programs, such as SPSS, SAS, Stata, R, Mplus, Amos, Python, as well as Excel and data visualization software
  • Experience in applying multiple advanced statistical techniques, including: multilevel analysis, factor analysis, cluster analysis, SEM, longitudinal data analysis, multiple linear and nonlinear regression, logistic analysis, ordinal regression, psychometric analysis, and the PLUM procedure of SPSS

Gallup is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer that celebrates, supports and promotes diversity and inclusion. We will consider all qualified applicants without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, protected veteran status, sexual orientation or gender identity, or any other legally protected basis, in accordance with applicable law.

Candidates must be authorized to work in the United States on a full-time basis.

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