• Ensure the integrity and accuracy of regular and ad hoc reports and publications (i.e., Profile, Fact Book, and consortia/state/federal reports).
• Establish standards and processes for documentation, presentation, and quality review of IR team deliverables by leading the institutional data governance committee.
• Respond to time-critical internal and external ad hoc requests for institutional information and analyses.
• Conducts complex statistical analyses of data and prepare analytical reports and institutional dashboards using KPIs.
• Seek and validate data, including outside benchmarks or comparative data, to support or refute institutional decision-making processes.
• Develop, administer, and manage surveys; prepare reports from internal surveys (i.e., climate surveys, alumni surveys, student surveys).
• Oversee and manage the Institutional Research webpage/landing page.
• Support grant development by assisting with writing and reporting, conducting research, and preparing and maintaining documentation.
• Support the coordination and implementation of evaluation, accreditation and assessment activities related to institutional strategic planning.
• Represent the Office of Institutional Research at regional and national meetings, conferences, and workshops.
• Supervise a part-time Institutional Research analyst.
• Conduct other duties as requested/assigned.
• 3-5 years of experience in higher education, and an understanding and appreciation of liberal arts institutions.
• Ability to manage multiple projects and strict deadlines while maintaining high degree of accuracy.
• Sensitive to confidential matters and able to exercise a high level of discretion and judgment.
• Excellent interpersonal, written, and oral communication skills with the ability to communicate technical information to diverse audiences.
• Strong quantitative and qualitative skills.
• Extreme attention to detail.
• Proven project management, organizational, multi-tasking, problem-solving and time-management skills.
• Advanced proficiency in SPSS and/or R, and Microsoft Office Suite (e.g. Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook).
• Experience with data visualization software (e.g. Power BI, Tableau), and National Clearinghouse services (i.e. Student tracker) a plus.
• Understanding of how to use data to advance equity initiatives, and a dedication to the social justice mission of the institution.
• Ability to work some evenings on occasion.