2. Collect, analyze, and report on information for all IPEDS and NCES reports. Operate as the IPEDS keyholder and NCES coordinator.
3. Develop reports and submit data for outside organizations or external 3rd party partners: such as American Association of Community College and the Voluntary Framework of Accountability report.
4. Research, develop, provide, and prepare ongoing enrollment related monitoring reports.
5. Research, develop, provide and prepare Business Intelligence solutions to meet the needs of the college.
6. Manage predictive analytics software to ensure its integrity.
7. Prepare at-risk student information using predictive analytics software data.
8. Prepare end of semester student course and faculty performance reports.
9. Assist in the collection, analysis, and reporting of information for external 3rd party partners: for example: Achieving the Dream and Complete College OCCC strategies.
10. Provide detailed data for the Higher Learning Commission accreditation reports such as the Annual Institutional Data Update and the Assurance Resources as well as other data requests to support academic program accreditation materials.
11. Consult with faculty and staff to identify the appropriate research studies to meet their needs. Design, implement, and report on the study results.
12. Conduct focused research regarding student success, outcomes, and enrollment patterns.
13. Prepare and deliver presentations of research findings, analysis, projections, and trends.
14. Analyze and prepare reports using demographic and workforce data.
Three years' experience in data analyses and manipulation with experiences in researching data driven solutions, understanding requestor's research needs, and working with complex and disparate data sources.
Strong working knowledge of Microsoft Excel functions and pivot tables
Strong background in database management and manipulation
Commitment to data accuracy and consistency
Ability to develop trends, analyses, and projections using statistical analysis where appropriate
Knowledge of Microsoft Word and PowerPoint
Ability to work effectively with faculty, staff, and management
Good verbal, written, and presentation skills
Ability to work independently
Ability to maintain confidentiality
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