The Survey Research Center (SRC) seeks to attract the very best social scientists whose interests and aspirations incline them toward a career in the world’s leading academic social science research organization doing externally funded interdisciplinary social science research, often focusing on original data collection, in our uniquely collaborative and supportive research environment.
SRC seeks to develop, strengthen, and diversify its research faculty and staff. Bringing together highly talented and motivated individuals from all walks of life and backgrounds will contribute fresh approaches to complex research problems and bring new expertise that will improve the scientific research in which we are all engaged. Our vision of diversity encompasses differences in race, ethnicity, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, physical ability, and family economic circumstance.
SRC and the University of Michigan provide a variety of staff opportunities. If you are interested in a staff position with SRC, please visit the University of Michigan’s career search page at: http://umjobs.org.
- Research Professor – Health and Retirement Study
The Survey Research Center (SRC) within the Institute for Social Research at the University of Michigan has an open rank (tenured or tenure-track) position in its highly successful research program in Health and Retirement. We are interested in appointing a scholar with exceptional leadership skills and demonstrated commitment to scientific excellence. The candidate must have a proven track record of scholarly achievement and the ability to thrive in the entrepreneurial, interdisciplinary, and collaborative environment of SRC. The central function for this position is the coordination of instrument development in the Health and Retirement Study (HRS).More
- Research Professor – Population, Neurodevelopment, and Genetics Program
Research Professor (Open Rank) position available in the Population, Neurodevelopment and Genetics Program: The Survey Research Center (SRC) within the Institute for Social Research (ISR) at the University of Michigan has an open rank (tenured or tenure-track) position in the Population, Neurodevelopment, and Genetics (PNG) Program. We are seeking to expand our emphasis on combining social scientific data and genomics: especially work on genome-wide association studies, polygenic scores, gene-based analyses (rare variant, SKAT, etc.), and epigenetics to examine health and behavior across the lifespan.More