Fixed term part time research analyst
Remote, open to international candidates
Fixed term, from August 1st to December 15th (4 ½ months)
Animal Ethics is an international charity dedicated to the defense of all sentient beings. We have an antispeciesist approach and are committed to defending animals under exploitation and spreading veganism, while focusing in particular on raising awareness about wild animal suffering and the ways to help animals in the wild.
Animal Ethics is currently doing research aimed at identifying the attitudes of academics in biology and animal welfare science towards the study of the wellbeing of animals in the wild and towards different forms of interventions for reducing wild animal suffering. The results of this research will be published in a report that will be shared with other organizations. We’ll use it in assessing what might be the most promising ways to promote academic research on welfare biology. It will also provide the basis for future research on this topic.
Thus far, our research has been qualitative, and now intend to start a quantitative study using both online and paper questionnaires targeting biology scholars and students in different parts of the world. We are looking for someone to carry out this research project. This person will be helped by Animal Ethics staff members and volunteers, but should be able to successfully complete this research independently.
$1,600 per month (total for the whole period: $7,200).
July 20th, 2018.
July 24th, 2018. Please note only successful candidates will be contacted.
Please submit your resume (without photo) and a cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org
Animal Ethics was formed to provide information and promote discussion and debate about issues in animal ethics, and to provide resources for animal advocates. We are based in the USA, also work in Europe and Latin America, and are planning to expand to other places in the future.