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Oxford Graduate Seeking Work in London

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Serial No: 40788
(05/13/1992, male)
List top 5 skills: anthropology, data analyst, market research, psychology, quantitative research
Short Bio:

Recent graduate of the University of Oxford (M.Sc. Cognitive & Evolutionary Anthropology) from New York. Hoping to return to the UK for work.
Core competencies: quantitative research, social scientific methods, survey design (Qualtrics) and data analysis (RStudio).
Interest in market research.

Current location: 

New York, United States - View on map



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Locations I am interested in working:

United Kingdom

Employment History

Delivery Services Associate: Dejana Truck & Utility Equipment Company – Kings Park, NY (Sept. ’15 – Present)

a) Interact directly and independently with clients and document transactions for review by management.

b) Frequently collaborate with other staff members to maximize efficiency over multiple deliveries across the Greater New York City area.

c) Uphold company policy and values by contributing to the resolution of customer-related issues in a timely, effective and professional manner.


Resident Service Associate: Jefferson’s Ferry Retirement Community – S. Setauket, NY (Oct. ’08 – Jan. ’13)

a) Performed highly collaborative work aimed at identifying and solving residential problems as they arose inside the assisted living facility, primarily in the dining area and healthcare center.

b) Helped to implement various initiatives aimed at promoting independent living and a purposeful life for residents.

c) Assisted in training new employees to perform well in a fast paced environment



University of Oxford, Harris Manchester College – Oxford, UK Graduated with high Pass, Sept. 2015:

M.Sc. in Cognitive and Evolutionary Anthropology

♦ Gained a keen insight into human biological, cognitive, psychological and comparative perspectives and how human conceptual structures inform and constrain cultural expression.

♦ Master’s Dissertation/Research Project: Priming study (11,238 words) involving an extensive literature review, quantitative research, survey design (Qualtrics) and data analysis (RStudio).

Binghamton University, SUNY – Binghamton, NY Graduated with 3.6 GPA, May 2014:

B.A. in Biological Sciences,

B.A. in Philosophy, Evolutionary Studies (EvoS) Undergraduate Certificate

♦ Honors/Activities: National Society of Collegiate Scholars (2011 inductee); President of Binghamton Philosophy Club (2012-14); Binghamton Chess Club (2012-14)

♦ Research Assistant in David Sloan Wilson’s lab (2012-14): Applied evolutionary science with a focus on economic reasoning, game theory and primate sociality.

♦ Independent Study under David Sloan Wilson (2013): The evolution of human sociality, the psychology of religious beliefs and religious behavior.

♦ Independent Study in Relevant Logic under Eric Dietrich (2012): Research on classical and relevant logics, their semantics, applications, theorems and usage.

♦ Teaching Assistant under Anthony Preus (2012): Leader of a discussion section. Tasks included assessing the quality of student work and participation



♦ Current London School of Economics unconditional offer holder 2016/17 (M.Sc. Political Science and Political Economy) hoping to enter the UK immediately. Willing to work through the academic year and beyond.

♦ Comprehensive knowledge and understanding of human psychology, behavior, culture and social science research methods cultivated from a foundation of education at the University of Oxford.

♦ Acute interest in business research, data analysis, related quantitative methods, survey methodology, project management and qualitative research, especially as a precursor to hypothesis testing and quantitative research.

♦ Computer science proficiency spanning: RStudio; Microsoft Office; Qualtrics; Amazon Mechanical Turk

♦ Ongoing computer science education in: Python (via Anaconda); Data Science and Analytics in Context (online coursework through ColumbiaX) EDUCATI