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Harvard University Research Associate in Cambridge, Massachusetts

49516BRAuto req ID:49516BRJob Code:RS0056 Researcher II Humanities Location:USA - MA - Boston Business Title:Case Researcher - Case Research & Writing GroupSub-Unit:------------ Appointment End Date:30-Jun-2020Salary Grade:056Time Status:Full-time Union:00 - Non Union, Exempt or Temporary Basic Qualifications:

Bachelor’s degree and 5 years of relevant experience or a Master’s degree with 3 years of relevant experience, required.

Additional Qualifications:

Excelling at this job requires strong writing, research, and interpersonal skills; the ability to manage multiple projects with shifting deadlines, evolving scope, and diverse stakeholders; comfort conducting field interviews as well as library and online research; the ability to give, receive, and adapt to feedback and work independently while seeking guidance as needed from CRG peers and faculty clients.

Knowledge of a foreign language, a particular geographic region, a specific industry, or HBS curriculum is preferred. Knowledge of HBS structure, systems, processes, and an interest in business is helpful.

Candidates with less than the required experience and strong skills may be considered for a grade 55 Associate Case Researcher role.

Additional Information:

Please submit a cover letter and resume. Candidates will be asked to provide writing samples and transcripts at a later date.

This is a full-time (40 hour per week) benefit eligible appointment through June 30, 2020, with strong potential for re-appointment.

Harvard Business School is unable to offer visa sponsorship for this opportunity.

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Department:Division of Research & Faculty DevelopmentPre-Employment Screening:Education, IdentitySchedule: Job Function:Research Duties & Responsibilities:

Have you ever wondered how vineyards adapt in the face of climate change and technological evolution, nonprofits measure their impact, surgical teams cooperate, entrepreneurs work with venture capitalists, or companies plan for the workforce of the future? If you are curious about how business works and you like to write then please consider joining the Harvard Business School (HBS) Case Research & Writing Group (CRG) as a case researcher.

We work with HBS faculty members who write the case studies that help people consider what is involved in making such decisions. To do so, case researchers have the opportunity to visit many kinds of organizations all over the world and interview key decision makers about their most pressing challenges and organizational dilemmas. In addition to field work, we gather library research, and then we write. We are a tightly knit, highly collaborative, feedback-driven team. Case Researchers occasionally work on other course development projects (such as video supplements or teaching guides) and participate in CRG-level activities such as recruiting, training, and mentoring.

Organizational Context: The CRG is part of the Division of Research and Faculty Development (DRFD). The mission of the School is to educate leaders who make a difference in the world. Within HBS, by providing unparalleled faculty support, the DRFD helps to build and develop the faculty and facilitates the creation of enduring knowledge that shapes both business scholarship and the practice of business. As HBS’s largest administrative department, the DRFD houses approximately 250 full-time and part-time staff members. As a premier service organization, and in collaboration with colleagues across HBS, DRFD staff deliver high-touch, customized support to the faculty, demonstrating solid judgment and high standards of responsiveness and professionalism.

School/Unit:Harvard Business School EEO Statement:We are an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, gender identity, sexual orientation, pregnancy and pregnancy-related conditions, or any other characteristic protected by law.