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Find out more about NDC, its mission and its team here. NDC is a fast-paced environment where we work together to meet time-sensitive milestones. Our approach to work is highly collaborative and we rely on our colleagues for support and feedback. The work may be demanding, but it is extremely rewarding. As an inclusive workplace, we believe our individual differences make our work stronger and relevant to our diverse stakeholders.
Our available positions* are listed below. We also welcome resumes for future opportunities. To share your resume or inquire about an open position, email email@example.com. Come join us and work with a talented and motivated team!
The purpose of this position is to provide data analysis and visualization support for NDC projects. We work with multiple sources of data, including large-scale publicly available datasets, restricted-use datasets, and primary data from national data collection efforts. Secondary analyses with publicly available large-scale databases such as the American Community Survey and the National Postsecondary Student Aid Study are used to develop data reports, presentations, and social media content. The data analyst should be familiar with Public Use Microdata Sample (PUMS) files, weighing data, and using DataFerrett or PowerStats to run analyses. Demonstrated expertise with using statistical software to run descriptive and inferential statistics is expected for this position. The data analyst will identify patterns and trends in data, and be able to communicate that through effective data visualization techniques. Experience with science communication for general audiences is preferred.
Media Access Support Specialist
Do you believe that universal access is vital to a equitable society? NDC is committed to ensuring everyone can understand important information related to deaf people and the deaf community. The purpose of this position is to support the implementation of accessibility features on media developed by and used within NDC.
Key responsibilities include transcribing videos from American Sign Language to written English, transcribing and creating scripts of edited videos, writing image, video, and slide descriptions for all NDC media, updating NDC’s video portal, and uploading closed-captioned files and video descriptions to our channels. This position is part-time, with varying hours throughout the year.
Internship opportunities are also available in Austin, Texas, at the University of Texas at Austin campus. Our staff have expertise in research, writing, program management, media development, marketing, event planning, interpreting, and more! Whatever your goals, you will likely find mentors at NDC. NDC interns can gain useful experience in: event planning and design, preparing for meetings and greeting visitors, online research, data entry and management, graphic design, media development and general office duties like scanning, copying, and organization.
If you communicate well and get along with others, enjoy learning and are willing to ask questions, can think ahead and solve problems, take pride in doing careful, high-quality work and can commit to a set schedule of 8-12 hours per week for a semester, this position is for you!
If you're interested, please send a resume and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The purpose of this position is to provide acting support to a range of video content. We seek actors of all genders with a personality. The actor will work with NDC’s Media Coordinator and Senior Videographer to provide American Sign Language narration of written content on camera.
A successful actor will have a strong ability to take direction, a collaborative spirit, and be able to process the information that they will communicate efficiently on camera. This position is contract-based, with filming dates occurring from time to time, requires fluency in American Sign Language, and must be local to Austin, TX.
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*All open positions show a end date of December 31 of the current calendar year, due to funding schedules. However, positions are expected to renew through December 31, 2021.