Sociologist Job Description
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Sociologist Job Description
A sociologist is someone who studies and analyzes societies.
Sociologists are generally trained as social scientists, who study how society affects individuals, and how individuals interact with each other and with groups.
Sociologists study the structure and functioning of society, including the institutions, groups, and culture that make up a society.
A sociologist may study how societies function, how people respond to social influences, or how groups of people form, interact, and evolve.
A sociologist may study social interactions, human behavior, and the structures and processes through which people interact.
We’re looking for Sociologist to help us study and understand human behavior. We want to learn why people do the things they do, and how we can use this knowledge to make the world a better place.
- Study, analyze, and interpret data, trends, and information in social, cultural, political, and economic fields; develop and evaluate hypotheses
- Research and interpret social, cultural, political, and economic trends
- Develop solutions to social problems, develop, evaluate, and implement social programs, policies, and projects
- Develop and test theories, models and methodologies by conducting empirical research
- Apply various research methods, including observations, interviews, surveys, statistical analysis, and experimentation
- Present findings in written form.
- Analyze, identify, and understand internal and external customer behaviors, motivations, and expectations
- Define and document business and functional requirements through interviews and data analysis
- Conduct competitive analysis and assessment of industry trends and opportunities, and identify trends leading to opportunities and challenges
- Develop effective relationships within and external to the company
- Conduct market analysis and forecasting
- Create marketing collateral and marketing materials
- Conduct research of customers, competitors, products, and markets
- Develop survey instruments, conduct surveys, and provide results to project team
- Use data analysis tools, such as SPSS, R, and Excel
- Translate data into actionable recommendations, and effectively communicate findings to all levels of the organization
- Develop marketing plans as needed
Requirements And Skills:
- Bachelor’s degree from a four-year college or university in sociology, anthropology, psychology, or related field
- 2+ years’ work experience with nonprofit and governmental agencies
- Excellent knowledge of qualitative and quantitative research methods
- Ability to analyze data and draw meaningful conclusions
- Knowledge of federal, state,
At ____, we are an equal opportunity employer committed to building a diverse and inclusive team. We encourage applications from people of all races, religions, national origins, genders, and ages, as well as veterans and individuals.