The Seminary to Early Ministry (SEM) Study, a joint initiative between Duke Divinity School and the Duke Center for Health Policy and Inequalities Research invites applications for an Associate in Research, beginning in spring/summer of 2020. The initial appointment will be made for one year, with the minimum of an additional two years available upon satisfactory performance. The successful candidate will support all research aspects of the SEM Study, including instrument design, qualitative and/or quantitative analysis, writing manuscripts for peer-review, supervising students and data collection staff, and advancing the intellectual rigor of the study. The position requires a PhD in sociology or a related discipline and research interests in clergy, congregations, and/or theological education. The SEM Study is mixed methods and we welcome people with expertise in qualitative and/or quantitative methods. More information and how to apply can be found at: http://bit.ly/30442fz. Applications are being reviewed on an ongoing basis until a suitable candidate is found.