Pivot 2020 is led by SFU Morris J Wosk Centre for Dialogue, Youthful Cities and the Canadian Council for Youth Prosperity. In Fall 2020, the Pivot program employed over 1000 youth in 27 cities across Canada to conduct research into the urban youth experience during the pandemic. This data includes over 3,500 survey responses, 500 interviews, and an index containing over 35,000 data points for 27 Canadian cities. In February-March 2021, this data will be analyzed, resulting in an accessible and online open data repository that cities and other stakeholders can use to plan a youth-informed post-Covid recovery.
About the Opportunity:
In this role, you will oversee a group of 10-15 data analysts (co-op students) who are responsible for the analysis and dissemination of the Pivot 2020 research data. You will be reporting to the Program Director, and working with other Data Analysis Coordinators and teams across Pivot to ensure the data is prepared for a digital environment on the online hub. The data analysis teams will be responsible for two main work flows: quality assurance and cleaning of data, as well as organizing and analysing data for the purpose of producing content for the online data hub, and presenting useful data to regional community partners.
Each Data Analysis Coordinator and their team will be responsible for quality assurance as well as organizing and analysing the following types of data:
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