The range of duties may include consulting with University Administrators, faculty and staff to interpret reporting requirements and information needs, developing methodology and determining optimal statistical methods, developing tools to support federal and state reporting requirements as well as college guide and ranking publications and other standard reporting such as the Delaware Cost Survey and the Common Data Set. The person in this position also creates and presents predictive analytical reports and visualizations and must be able to communicate to a wide variety of audiences complex and technical information.
Bachelor’s degree in a relevant field and one year of relevant experience; or an equivalent combination of education and experience. All degrees must be from appropriately accredited universities and colleges. The position requires demonstrated knowledge of statistical analysis tools such as SAS, SPSS, or R and demonstrated knowledge of business intelligence tools such as SAS Visual Analytics or Tableau.
The State Health Plan offers two preferred provided organization (PPO) plans. PPO plans offer the freedom of choice among in-network providers, lower out-of-pocket costs and a strong emphasis on preventive health. The Enhanced 80/20 plan, offer financial incentives for taking steps to improve your health.
Employee contributions to The University of North Carolina Optional Retirement Program are mandatory and are made on a pre-tax basis as provided under section 414(h) of the internal revenue code. As a result, the University will deduct this contribution from your pay before calculating federal or state income tax withholding. Employee contributions are 6% of covered salary taken on a before-tax basis. Employer contributions are 6.84%. The employee and employer contributions are set by state statute and cannot be changed, except through legislation.