The Manager of Data Analytics supports the ASPPH Data Center and is responsible for a variety of institutional research and effectiveness projects, member data collection, and member engagement.
• Coordinate data request tracking system fulfill data requests for internal and external requestors and maintain data request tracking database.
• Maintain and develop ASPPH Data Center Portal resources.
• Assist in development of training programs and materials for the ASPPH Data Center Portal.
• Conduct data collection, verification, validation, and analysis.
• Assist in maintenance of ASPPH Data Center process documentation.
• Provide general administrative staff support as needed.
• Other duties as assigned.
Experience: minimum three‐years relevant experience; or, graduate degree
• Experience in data collection, analysis, and report development.
• Experience using data analytics software and technologies including Tableau, MySQL, and MS Office Suite products. Knowledge of Stata preferred.
• Strong analytical skills with demonstrated ability to analyze data with accuracy and precision.
• Exceptional customer service skills
• Ability to maintain a high level of confidentiality with data and reports that include
• Effective oral and written communication skills
• Ability to:
The Association of Schools and Programs of Public Health is a 501c3 membership organization located in Washington, DC.
Our mission is to strengthen the capacity of our member institutions by advancing leadership, excellence, and collaboration for academic public health. Our members are CEPH-accredited schools and programs of public health as well as schools and programs in applicant status for CEPH-accreditation. The Association staff are dedicated to establishing and advancing the highest standards of service to our members. This pledge applies also to the public, in general, and to the public health community, in particular. ASPPH programs and services, including the ASPPH Data Center, are focused on the achievement of this goal.
The ASPPH Data Center was formed in 1974 to implement an annual data collection system that would gather data from CEPH-accredited ASPPH members which could be evaluated, analyzed, and reported as uniform, accurate information. Since 1974, reporting has increased from 21 institutions to over 100, and the data collection strategies have moved from paper-and-pencil to online data analytics. We analyze both ASPPH and publicly available data sources. The ASPPH Data Center’s annual data collection includes faculty data, operating budgets including federal grants and contracts, and admissions, student, graduate, and employment data. SOPHAS, the centralized application service for members, is a rich source of data on applicants. In addition, the ASPPH Data Center uses data from the National Center for Education Statistics to track general trends in education in public health.