Quantitative Researcher

Posted By: SNEHA (Society for Nutrition, Education and Health Action) Ngo


Not Specified


Public Health/WASH

Job Description




1. Conduct literature search and reviews.

2. Conduct statistical analyses of data sets.

3. Support in drafting funder report, presentations and articles as and when needed.

4. Support in documentation of Information Management and M&E domain processes.

5. Support in drafting research proposal and documents for ethical approval.

6. Write and contribute to publications. Check facts, proofread, and edit research documents to

ensure accuracy.


Report to Director, Research. There will be weekly meetings with the supervisor.

Applications to be sent via email to sejal.kandalgaonkar@snehamumbai.org with Subject line: “QUANTITATIVE RESEARCHER”

Eligibility Criteria


1. Master’s degree in a suitable social science discipline (Economics, Social Science, Statistics, Public

Health etc)

2. Proven experience as a quantitative researcher

3. Minimum 3-5 years of relevant work experience

4. Experience in drafting research papers and reports

5. Experience in STATA (statistical software) preferred


1. Excellent communications and writing/documentation skills

2. Empathy

3. Workload management

Desired Candidate Profile

Post Graduation - Post Graduate-Other

Organization Details

  • Organization Name:SNEHA (Society for Nutrition, Education and Health Action) Ngo
  • About Organization:A secular, Mumbai-based non-profit organisation, SNEHA believes that investing in women's health is essential to building viable urban communities. SNEHA is 450+ person strong, innovative and progressive organization that works on health and nutrition in urban slum pockets with women and their families. SNEHA follows the life-cycle approach to health and nutrition, by intervening at critical junctures (adolescence, preconception, conception, pregnancy, postnatal, infancy and toddlerhood, family planning) to ensure improved health and nutritional outcomes for women and children living in some of Mumbai’s most vulnerable and deprived slums and in the Mumbai Metropolitan Region (MMR) as well.