Social and Behavioral Science Specialist
Place of Performance: Silver Spring, MD
Salary based on experience.
The Performance, Risk, and Social Science Office (PRSSO) within NOAA requires contract support for executive level planning, economics, social sciences, and communication to help achieve NOAA’s mission. This effort requires a firm understanding of NOAA’s mission and capabilities. The ability to work effectively with NOAA teams is critical for success.
: 3 years of progressive experience demonstrating proficiency in conducting social and behavioral science tasks.
: Graduate degree from an accredited college or university which provides substantial knowledge in public administration, business administration, social science, behavioral science, environmental science, project management, or related field.
: Performs activities and participates in projects to develop, refine, implement, analyze, and document NOAA’s social and behavioral science and makes recommendations for further consideration. Coordinates and provides assistance to NOAA organizations and staff on social and behavioral science on projects, including integrating social/behavioral science into NOAA’s mission, incorporating social science research in management decisions to increase community resilience, utilizing social science methods to assess and communicate risk.