International Association for Impact Assessment

Member survey analysis

Project ID: 22

Project Title: Member survey analysis

Summary of project:

Help IAIA to analyze the results of the member survey that will be conducted in September, and communicate the results to the Board of Directors and IAIA Headquarters


Project Supervisor: Marla Orenstein

Application closing date: September 26, 2017

Section, committee, etc.: Headquarters and Board of Directors

Estimated time required to complete the project: 30

Purpose/Background:

The IAIA member survey is a valuable tool for helping our organization to understand who our members are, and what they need.  It will also provide valuable information on the current state of impact assessment worldwide. The member survey will begin in early September, and will close near the end of September.  

We need help in cleaning and coding some of our results; particularly the open-ended answers.  (The quantitative information from the survey will be cleaned and coded automatically.)  


Description of tasks:

The WEP position entails reviewing the open-ended (qualitative) answers to questions put forward in the member survey.  As part of the survey, there are six open-ended questions, and around 10 questions where the respondent can include an 'other' response and write in their answer.  We will need someone to go through these narrative responses, clean them up, and help us analyze the common themes that emerge.  


Skills required by applicant:

Excellent English skills

Strong organizational skills

 


Hard deadlines:

We will want to complete the survey analysis by the beginning of November -- so about a 3-4 weeks

   

IAIA Work Experience Program Application Form

By filling out the form below, you are applying to work on a project in the IAIA’s Work Experience Program.

Only current IAIA members (both full members and student members) are eligible to submit applications for this program.

Opportunities to participate in the Work Experience Program are open to all members of the IAIA. IAIA is committed to equal opportunity without discrimination on grounds of race, color, sex, religion, geographic location, political opinion or social origin.

Postings will include a list of skills required, which will be used to determine the best qualified individual for the project. Members may apply to postings for which they have an appropriate and sufficient skill set such that they can complete the project with a small amount of guidance and supervision.

You will receive an automated confirmation message once you submit your application. We will use the e-mail you provided.

Shortly after the posting closing date you will be notified about your project application status.

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