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The Lead Equity Researcher is responsible for data collection, analysis, and communicating findings to faculty and staff. This includes, tracking and analyzing diversity and equity metrics for academic and non-academic programs, measuring and analyzing the effectiveness of initiatives focused on creating a culture of equity that drives student retention and success strategies, collecting summative and formative data for student success by course and by department to demonstrate equity outcomes for diverse populations, and communicating with all stakeholders to interpret data sets and guide faculty and staff’s understanding of data to effect appropriate instructional outcomes.
This position supports faculty and staff with tracking equity outcomes over time. The Lead Equity Researcher links data with action plans for instruction and professional development, disseminates information regarding initiative progress and evaluation, and facilitates data-driven discussions with faculty, chairs, deans and provost to increase data-driven decisions.
This position is fully grant-funded and contingent upon continued funding.
Master’s degree in research-related field such as statistics, mathematics, social science, psychology/behavioral science, information science, or related field with coursework in statistics and research methodology.
Two (2) years of full-time professional experience in educational research or a related field.
- Knowledge of, and experience using standard statistical software such as SPSS or SAS.
- Knowledge of, and experience with Microsoft Office, including Excel spreadsheets and Access databases.
- Strong experience with quantitative and statistical research methods and design.
- Experience in qualitative research methods and design.
- Evidence of independence/leadership on research teams.
- Good organizational skills across multiple projects, managing own workload, self-directed.
- Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
- Demonstrated commitment to and experience with equity-focused work.
- Data management and integration of data sources.
- Experience in Institutional Research.
- Experience serving as a data analyst on multiple projects.
- Ability to work with a data warehouse such as COGNOS.