Applicants should submit their application using the NDMU Human Resources application form. The link is (https://workforcenow.adp.com/mascsr/default/mdf/recruitment/recruitment.html?cid=ac3ea3a3-1795-4ceb-80c1-668296dbec35&ccId=19000101_000001&lang=en_US)
If the link does not work, please visit the NDMU (ndm.edu) webpage, look into Human Resources page, and select Career Opportunities. (https://www.ndm.edu/human-resources)
All applicants must submit:
- Cover letter
- Salary requirements
- Contact information for 3 professional references
The Data Analyst is responsible for the data collection and reporting needs for the School of Education (SOE), including CAEP accreditation, annual SPA reports, state reports, and federal reports, as well as internal data tracking, learning analytics, and reporting requirements specific to the school and the university.
Essential Functions will include:
- Performs specialized data query and reporting; creates and completes periodic reports to support the SOE.
- Collects evaluation documents pertaining to intern performance and program accomplishments in compliance with regulating agency requirements; responds to faculty, staff, and SPA coordinator requests for data and reports.
- Fulfills data and reporting requirements for Brightspace, Chalk & Wire, ePortfolio, ETS exams, and edTPA processes.
- Maintains data, analytics, and reports required for CAEP accreditation schedule; serves as CAEP liaison; and supports SOE technology needs.
- Supports compliance with state, federal, and accreditation standards.
- Works with the Office of Institutional Research to confirm and ensure data accuracy, integrity, and consistency.
- Performs such similar, comparable or related duties as may be assigned or required.
- Knowledge: Bachelor’s degree in related field required. Masters preferred.
- Experience: 3 years’ experience in data analysis in higher education setting. At least three years of related experience in higher education including knowledge of databases, quantitative analysis, and reporting methodologies. Knowledge of Teaching Preparation Programs in MD preferred. Additional education (Master’s level) may substitute for required experience.
- Skills/Aptitude: Requires strong interpersonal skills; facility with data collection and analysis; familiarity with statistical software; quantitative and qualitative analysis skills, experience with student information systems and other data management systems; professional oral and written communication skills; proficiency in organizational and time management skills, team work, and confidentiality. Ability to work independently and collaborate with others. Keen attention to detail. Must be adept with general office equipment, Brightspace learning management system or similar systems, Microsoft Office, and database management.
- Working Conditions: Normal office environment. Some evening and weekend hours may be required to meet with prospective students and teacher candidates.
Notre Dame challenges women and men to strive for intellectual and professional excellence, build inclusive communities, engage in service to others, and promote social responsibility.Though grounded in tradition, Notre Dame continues to respond to changes in education and society. While the Women’s College still offers the benefits of a focused, single-sex education, we meet the needs of adult women and men with career-focused undergraduate and graduate programs designed around their real-life schedules.