The Census Bureau is hiring multiple survey statisticians in the Demographic Research Area, Center for Economic Studies.
The Demographic Research Area in the Center for Economic Studies (CES) is looking to fill multiple GS-13 survey statistician positions. The posting is open until June 22, 2020.
Additional information on the positions and how to apply is available on USAJOBS: https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/569864800
The Demographic Research Area comprises a multi-disciplinary staff of social science researchers (e.g. demographers, economists, geographers, sociologists) responsible for researching, developing, coordinating and implementing innovative applications of administrative records to improve Census Bureau data collection operations and data products. The area consists of two research groups: the Survey and Economic Research Group and the Demographic and Decennial Research Group.
The Survey and Economic Research Group focuses on novel applications of administrative records in Census Bureau household survey data collection efforts. The group is responsible for researching and testing innovative methods to improve all phases of the survey life cycle, including frame development, data collection, data processing (including edit and imputation), evaluation and dissemination.
The Demographic and Decennial Research Group works with internal and external stakeholders, sponsors, and data providers to improve decennial census collection efforts. Examples include: researching measurement error in common household survey items such as demographics, household rosters, and participation in public assistance programs; assessing coverage of administrative records in the decennial census and household surveys; and analyzing response changes across multiple censuses and surveys.