Data Analyst, Accreditation and Learning Assessment

General Summary:

Coordinate and implement the development and maintenance of databases including analyzing and reporting data needed to support AACSB and other accreditation reporting as well as student learning assessment, planning and improvement activities within the College of Business.

Principal Duties and Responsibilities:
Compile and analyze data for statistical reports for AACSB and College leadership team.

Develop and maintain databases of accreditation-related information.

Support faculty and staff in their work to identify, store, and analyze student learning assessment data.

Support faculty and staff in database use, data analysis, and data maintenance.

Manipulate and create statistical reports from SCT Banner, Sedona and other EMU information systems for accreditation purposes.

Identify, gather, and organize data to provide accurate and timely information.

Serve as the key contact for staff and faculty for Sedona data reporting.

Meet with faculty, staff, and AACSB representatives regarding assessment and accreditation issues.

Conduct or participate in workshops, committees, and conferences designed for the area of assignment.

Serve as liaison to other departments and colleges within EMU for accreditation purposes.

Perform technical data support duties as assigned.

Supplemental Information: Please Note: This position is a .92 FTE. Qualifications:
Knowledge of statistical analysis, quantitative and analytical processes, data collection/management, and excellent organizational communication skills acquired through the completion of a bachelor's degree in Business Administration, or a related field, is necessary. Master's degree in Business Administration, or a related field, is preferred.

Minimum of 3 years experience with database development and maintenance is required.

Ability to communicate both orally and in writing (including electronically) at a high level of competency is required.

The ability to handle multiple tasks efficiently with attention to detail and to meet deadlines is essential.

Knowledge of EMU data and electronic systems and programs in the College of Business is preferred.

Knowledge and success in implementation of models, processes and techniques used to develop a continuous improvement environment is necessary.

Experience with an accreditation process is preferred.

Ability to work in a team environment is necessary.