Please submit a one page cover letter, a curriculum vitae or resume, and three references with their contact information as ONE document online via the UD Careers website https://careers.udel.edu/cw/en-us/job/494308/senior-institutional-research-analyst-office-of-institutional-research, Job no. 494308. Please forward any questions to the Chair of the Search Committee, Dr. Allison Walters, Assistant Director of Institutional Research, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES:The Senior Institutional Research Analyst will support the fulfillment of three key objectives: A. Enhanced Data Collection Systematize data collection and reporting on faculty, staff and student diversity. Facilitate the construction and dissemination of dashboards, infographics and other communication and dissemination devices for faculty, staff and student diversity indicators to key faculty, deans, chairs, committees and University decision makers, as well as for public dissemination. Compile data for annual reports on diversity (e.g., ADVANCE-IT, Office of Equity and Inclusion, Women's Caucus, LGBT Caucus, Center for the Study of Diversity, faculty senate). Coordinate, facilitate, collect and analyze bi-annual faculty, staff and student climate surveys. Gather other data from internal and external sources as needed to address pertinent questions. B. Project Evaluation Coordinate the activities of IRE to support both formative and summative data gathering for the reporting efforts of the UD-ADVANCE internal and external evaluators. Provide data collection, analysis and reporting support for evaluation and tracking of efforts to enhance diversity across campus. C. Dissemination Coordinate with the UD-ADVANCE (http://sites.udel.edu/advance/) team, the various component programs of the Diversity Network (https://sites.udel.edu/diversity/network/)and Office of Communications and Marketing to organize and present relevant data for effective dissemination such as program annual reports. Report bi-annual results of faculty, staff and student climate surveys. Present nationally such as at the NSF ADVANCE annual meeting and the Association for Institutional Research annual conference.
MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES: Implement timely data collection and dissemination in compliance with the ;Toolkit for Reporting Progress Toward NSF ADVANCE. Develop best practices in data gathering, reporting and assessing comparative statics for presentation nationally. Systematize data reporting on UD faculty, staff and student diversity and enlarge categories tracked as requested by the UD-ADVANCE and Diversity Network leadership. Facilitate construction and dissemination of dashboards, infographics and other tools to communicate diversity indicators to be disseminated through the ADVANCE PIs and Diversity Network leaders to the appropriate University decision makers, faculty and external sources. Coordinate, facilitate, collect and analyze and report results of bi-annual faculty, staff and student climate survey. Work with the UD-ADVANCE PIs and Diversity Network constituents to understand the goals and implementation of the projects and to apply these in the evaluation, selection, and modification of data collection techniques and presentations. Write reports and present data to the UD-ADVANCE and Diversity Network leadership, and to professional groups, in appropriate formats for dissemination including statistical analysis and reporting of results. Meet and communicate regularly with project PI, Co-PIs, Executive Director and Diversity Network leaders to seek answers to research questions and to obtain data in accordance with the grant and other program protocols.
Institutional Research (IR) is a non-biased unit which provides timely and accurate information to University leadership and stakeholders while maintaining data integrity and protecting the confidentiality and privacy of individuals. IR engages in research and analysis to demonstrate institutional effectiveness, inform decision-making, and facilitate policies and practices at UD. Under general supervision of the Director of Institutional Research, the Senior Institutional Research Analyst has primary responsibility for supporting data collection, analysis, reporting and dissemination of information regarding diversity at the University of Delaware. This position supports all units on campus needing tracking, analysis and reporting of University diversity efforts.
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