CRRC-Georgia is hiring a Policy Analyst

Position Summary:

CRRC-Georgia is looking for a Policy Analyst, who is expected to participate in designing, implementing, and analyzing CRRC’s research outputs in Georgia.

This is a full-time position of 40 hours per week with a minimum time commitment of two years.

Principal Duties:

  • Work on data analysis and report writing as required for specific research projects of the organization;
  • Contribute to the organization’s outreach activities to its key audiences, including writing blogs and news articles, as well as presenting research findings;
  • Participate in planning and implementing of the organization’s data collection efforts, including interviewer training, fieldwork control, data collection documentation, and data management;
  • Carry out trainings in social science research methods.


  • Excellent knowledge of social, political, and economic trends in the South Caucasus;
  • Excellent understanding of research methods in social sciences, with expertise in either quantitative or qualitative methods (preferably both);
  • Strong willingness to master and apply new research tools and methods;
  • Strong willingness to work in small teams with other researchers;
  • Excellent written and verbal communications skills in English language;
  • Preference for strong written and verbal communication skills in Georgian.


  • MA degree or higher in economics, public policy, sociology, psychology, education or any other field of social sciences;
  • Proficient in statistical data analysis software and/or computer-assisted qualitative data analysis software (e.g. R; Stata; SPSS; Python; or CAQDAS software such as NVIVO, MaxQDA);
  • At least three years of experience in social science research.

Application process:

Please send your CV, cover letter, and a writing sample in English to by April 12, 2019. Please highlight in your cover letter research projects you have worked on or your current research-in-progress.

Shortlisted candidates are expected to present completed, ongoing, or planned research projects to the CRRC staff as part of the recruitment process.

About the organization:

CRRC-Georgia is a non-governmental, non-profit research organization which collects, analyzes and publishes policy-relevant data on economic, political, and social trends in Georgia. The organization’s mission is to strengthen applied social science research and promote evidence-based debates on policy issues by providing reliable, up-to-date and accessible data and analysis.