Research Data Manager at the Innocence Project

The Research Data Manager maintains the Innocence Project research databases, coordinates initiatives to improve data quality and data accessibility throughout the Innocence Project and facilitates and participates in research endeavors undertaken by the Data Science and Research Department and other departments in the organization. This position contributes to the Department’s ability to better understand the contributing factors of wrongful conviction and successful approaches to overturning such convictions, and to promote effective methods of preventing wrongful arrests, prosecutions, and convictions.

The Research Data Manager reports to the Director of Data Science and Research. In addition to creating and maintaining a vigorous data environment for research and statistical purposes, this position supports research needs of other departments including Information Technology, Intake, Post-Conviction Litigation, Strategic Litigation, Policy, Communications, Social Work, and Development.

We are interested in every qualified candidate who is eligible to work in the United States. However, we are not able to sponsor visas.

While the Innocence Project has supported remote work throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, we are currently committed to a hybrid workplace with mandatory three days per week in-office. The number of required in-office days is subject to change.

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