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The Faculty Affairs Analyst manages the planning, scheduling, implementation, and evaluation of programs, courses and activities sponsored by the Health Sciences Office of Faculty Affairs. The incumbent is responsible for staying current on training pedagogy; researching best practices; collecting, analyzing and evaluating data to improve programs' effectiveness; and for introducing innovative methods and tools to achieve desired outcomes.
This position will also contribute to the management and analysis of faculty and program data. Researches and compiles data from national, state, university, and campus sources, conducts surveys, synthesizes and analyzes information, provides statistical findings, creates reports, makes recommendations, interprets data results, and disseminates information to a wide audience through both formal and informal presentations.
Bachelor's Degree in related area; and/or equivalent experience/training.
A minimum of three (3+) or more years of relevant experience.
Strong skills in analyzing, researching and synthesizing large amounts of data for preparing sound and relevant proposals/analyses.
Proficiency in organizing and reporting data with strong attention to detail and accuracy and ability to solve complex research methodology. Experience in interpreting and evaluating research results.
Proven ability to utilize statistical software (SPSS / SAS / STATA or equivalent) in order to analyze complex and diverse computer-generated data and data visualization tools (e.g. Tableau preferred) for data reports.
Thorough knowledge and experience in data management computer applications, query tools (e.g. SQL) and relational databases in order to extract data from existing systems and restructure data in a manner that allows for robust analysis and information.
Strong skills to conduct needs assessment and development of new presentations / courses to meet organizational needs.
Knowledge of qualitative and quantitative research methodologies (e.g. longitudinal analysis and analysis of survey data). Proficiency in organizing and reporting data with strong attention to detail and accuracy.
Demonstrated experience in interpreting and evaluating research data.
Knowledge of data collection and analysis techniques; statistics or social science research techniques; knowledge of organizational principles and procedures involved in handling sensitive data (for example, Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act, or FERPA).
Commitment to equity, diversity, and inclusion.
Employment is subject to both a criminal background check
Requires flexibility in work schedule to meet demanding and changing workload.
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