Institutional Effectiveness Analyst
Prepares, coordinates, and completes surveys for external bodies and internal stakeholders, including creating and maintaining databases needed for these survey submissions and analysis.
Qualifications: Master’s degree; consideration will also be given to candidates with at least 9 credit hours toward master’s degree with a completion date of 9 months from hire. Advanced training and experience using spreadsheet and database software (MS Excel and Access preferred) for database management and reporting. Demonstrated outstanding organizational skills, logical reasoning, and a high level of accuracy and attention to detail. Proven ability to meet deadlines. Demonstrated excellent oral and written communication skills, and the ability to work cooperatively with faculty, staff, and external partners.
Responsibilities: Coordinating and completing external institutional effectiveness surveys, including but not limited to ranking and reputation surveys. Assisting with the administration, analysis, and reporting of internal institutional effectiveness surveys. Editing and maintaining current and historical PC-based databases for institutional effectiveness data and records. Assisting in documenting and tracking institutional effectiveness information surveys. Collaborating with other offices to respond to institutional effectiveness surveys, changing reporting requirements, and other university data needs. Extracting, combining, and/or comparing data as needed to produce ad hoc or scheduled reports for decision support purposes when requested by campus administrators. Perform other institutional effectiveness duties as required or assigned.