Data management: Query, validate, manipulate, and analyze data from enterprise systems and warehouse environments using tools such as SQL, SAS, R, Python, and/or SPSS.
Course evaluation and survey management: Serve as the primary administrator of the course evaluation and survey systems. Coordinate the administration of course evaluations as well as surveys of students, faculty and staff using software such as Qualtrics. Analyze and report survey findings.
Faculty activities database management: Serve as the primary administrator of the faculty activities database. Coordinate faculty and department use of the system including interface modification, report development and modification, and data quality.
Internal reporting: Collaborate with stakeholders to develop meaningful research questions. Design and produce appropriate statistical analyses with actionable recommendations within assigned deadlines.
Bachelor’s degree in Business, Statistics, Mathematics, Computer Science, or Social or Behavioral Science. Two years of employment in a professional setting or equivalent.
General computer programming experience and skills.
Experience with MS Office applications (MS Access, MS Excel), relevant database (e.g., Oracle, MS Access) and quantitative analytic software (e.g., SAS, SPSS).
Demonstrated strong customer service skills.
Excellent oral and written communication skills.
Demonstrated strong attention to detail involving data, database, and documentation.
Preferred Knowledge and Skills:
Master’s degree in Business, Statistics, Mathematics, Computer Science, or Social or Behavioral Science with 2 years of employment in a professional setting, higher education setting, or equivalent.
Advanced experience with large, complex relational databases and in querying enterprise data systems (e.g., PeopleSoft) and warehouse environments.
Advanced knowledge of survey best practices, research design, and statistical analysis.
Demonstrated ability to quickly master new technology.
Advanced proficiency with Microsoft Office applications and at least one statistical software application such as SAS, SPSS, R, STATA, or Python.
Strengths in problem solving, critical thinking, and data/statistical analyses.
Experience in the development of effective data visualizations using tools such as Tableau or PowerBI.
Demonstrated effectiveness in communicating findings orally, graphically, and in written form to a variety of audiences.
Ability to manage and prioritize many assignments/projects simultaneously.
Enjoyment and comfort at working collaboratively in a deadline oriented setting.
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