PSEA is a professional education association/labor organization representing 181,000 members with an opening for Researcher: Compensation, Benefits, and Education Issues, based in Harrisburg, PA.
The responsibilities of this position include developing and analyzing salary schedule proposals and providing advice to staff and leadership; conducting statistical analyses of salary and health care databases; assembling data and conducting statistical analyses for key labor relations and education issues; reviewing and critiquing labor relations and education studies; developing and delivering expert testimony at fact-finding and arbitration proceedings; analyzing health care plans and developing strategies to improve or maintain benefits at lower costs.
Ideal candidates will possess an advanced degree in Labor Relations, Economics, Organizational Behavior or a relevant field of study. Candidates with a bachelor’s degree will be considered if they can demonstrate high levels of quantitative and statistical skills including experience analyzing large, complex datasets. The position also requires excellent computer (knowledge including a statistical package a plus), quantitative skills, and strong written and verbal skills.
PSEA provides an excellent comprehensive benefits package (medical, dental, etc.) for employee and dependents. We also provide a pension and 401k plan for our employees.
For more information about this position and PSEA, please visit our website at www.psea.org.
If interested in applying for this position, please email a letter of interest and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org. The application deadline is May 10, 2019.
PSEA is 181,000 members strong – a community of education professionals who make a difference in the lives of Pennsylvania’s students every day.
PSEA members are teachers, education support professionals, higher education staff, nurses in health care facilities, retired educators, and college students preparing to become teachers.
PSEA’s strength comes not only from our members, but from our beliefs, our values, and our passion. Every time we speak up for what we believe, we harness the power of collective action.