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Data Analysis Manager
Requisition Number:2019-HS/C-020
Department:Head Start and Children's Services
Employee Type:Regular
Hours Per Week:35
  

Job Responsibilities:
Responsible for overall database management, as well as data collection, entry, management, analysis, and reporting. Act as primary liaison between ABCD and representative/technical support staff from database system creators and companies in order to maintain software updates, advocate for agency needs, and use all the software features to their fullest potential. Provide technical support and assistance to Central office and local program staff as it relates to collection, entry, management and monitoring of data in conjunction with Data Quality Specialist. Plan and facilitate initial and ongoing training for Central office and local program staff related to database usage in conjunction with Data Quality Specialist. Develop processes related to research data, including data preparation, analyses, storage, and quality control assessments. Oversee annual Program Information Report (PIR) data entry, management and reporting. Assist with analysis of programmatic and community data for the purposes of self-assessment, grants, and other annual funder requirements as well as those identified by the Head Start & Children’s Services leadership. Calculate descriptive statistics and conduct preliminary analyses under direction of the Program Development & Evaluation Director. Make recommendations for program planning based on current program and community data, historical data and patterns/trends. Perform other related duties as assigned from time to time.

Job Qualifications:
Minimum of a Bachelor’s degree in business, statistics or a related field, with a minimum of one to three years of relevant experience in an office setting required. Master’s degree preferred. Experience with PROMIS/MyHeadStart.com and Teaching Strategies Gold databases preferred, as well as experience with analytic and statistical software. Prior experience with a human service agency a plus. High proficiency with computer and database skills and excellent knowledge of MS Office applications, particularly Microsoft Excel (proficient with creating spreadsheets, formulas, charts, pivot tables, etc.) and other analytical tools. Knowledge of research methodology, survey design, and an aptitude for learning and suing databases, survey software and other computer applications. Excellent oral and written communication skills and ability to effectively work both collaboratively and independently win a fast-paced and diverse environment. Firm understanding of statistics in regards to collection, analysis, displays, and reporting. Demonstrated ability to handle high volume workload, with a high attention to detail. Advanced organizational and analytical skills (quantitative and qualitative), ability to identify key points/trends, and develop succinct summaries of findings and visualizations. Must be able to work sensitively and effectively with individuals of diverse educational, socio-economic and cultural backgrounds.