Associate Director for Resource Analysis

Posted on9/7/2017
Job typeFull-time
Reports toSenior Vice Provost
Reports in officeInstitutional Research and Planning
Application due dateSeptember 26, 2017
Job start dateAs soon as possible
State/ProvinceNorth Carolina
InstitutionNorth Carolina State University
Institution descriptionThe Office of Institutional Research and Planning (OIRP) at NC State University is responsible for producing campus-level information and analysis in support of institutional planning, resource allocation and assessment, and for maintaining institutional compliance with federal, regional and state reporting requirements. Functions include decision support for strategic planning, campus policy formation, and program evaluation; coordination of self-studies and SACS accreditation; design and execution of institutional research studies and surveys; administration of the online course evaluation system; and development and maintenance of a website and publications providing information on University facts and figures, including self-service tools that enable campus users to access and interpret institutional information.
Job dutiesThe Associate Director for Resource Analysis provides staff leadership and support to Senior Vice Provost in all areas of resource analysis and planning. The Associate Director conducts institutional research in areas including, but not limited to: admissions and recruitment, student success, salary equity analysis and budget allocation modeling. Primary clients include the Provost and his Cabinet.

Other responsibilities include serving on the Enrollment Planning Committee, negotiating budgeted enrollment targets with the deans, assisting in producing the university’s budgeted enrollment projections, developing new projection models, creating new measures of instructional capacity and cost, and conducting policy analyses related to students’ academic progress.
QualificationsMinimum of a Master’s degree in research-related field (such as social sciences, mathematics, education, business) with strong quantitative/mathematical components. Programming and data management training. Experience in an analytic and data support role. Previous experience in a higher education environment (or closely-related environment such as non-profit) and hands-on programming experience. Previous experience demonstrating strong analytic skills in an office of institutional research or functionally similar setting. Ability to collect, manage, analyze, interpret, and communication a broad range of institutional data. Experience with extracting information using computer programming languages and online analytical processing systems. Expertise in the use of the statistical software package SAS for analyzing large datasets. Ability to interpret and produce effective written documentation for data systems. Experience with retrieving and analyzing information from websites of government and other agencies. Ability to effectively supervise the work of others. Excellent written and oral communication skills and ability to relate well to individuals at all levels of the organization.
Salary rangeDependent on qualifications and experience
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