The UCLA Lewis Center for Regional Policy Studies is an interdisciplinary center that advances cutting-edge research and education on how people live, move, and work in the Southern California region. The UCLA Lewis Center is a part of the Luskin School of Public Affairs and collaborates with related research centers at the Luskin School and the university at large. We are seeking to hire a researcher with expertise in housing policy and research to serve as Project Manager for the Center's Randall Lewis Housing Initiative.
The Project Manager develops, executes, and disseminates applied research and convenes diverse stakeholders on housing affordability issues specific to the Greater Los Angeles region. On large studies, the candidate will plan and coordinate the work of multiple contributors, including UCLA faculty, staff, and graduate student researchers. In smaller research studies, this staff will individually plan and execute research.
This position also contributes to the University's service and education missions. Other responsibilities include representing the UCLA Lewis Center research publicly (often via the press) and with government officials and develops content for programs on topics in which they have subject matter expertise, including the renowned annual UCLA Lake Arrowhead Symposium as well as the ongoing "Housing, Equity, and Community" lecture series.
All individuals must apply via the UCLA Careers Website at hr.mycareer.ucla.edu/applicants/Central?quickFind=76671