Data Management Analyst II
Data Management Analyst II
- GRANTS/SPONSORED RESEARCH. Work collaboratively with Student
Affairs and UF Campus partners to participate in or initiate grant
funding searches and proposal writing. Determine current and
projected needs for Student Affairs research proposals and
implementation. Assemble information based on those needs to
coordinate research/project team meetings with various research
study stakeholders. Plan, implement, and maintain data collection
and analysis systems in support of research protocols, and meet
general reporting requirements and regulatory guidelines.
- PROJECT CONSULTANT: Serve as lead analyst on assigned projects.
Assist division departments in planning, design, implementation,
and analysis of research, evaluation and assessment activities.
Analyze and interpret data and results using principles and
theories of inferential statistics and statistical software.
Maintain appropriate records of research methods and results.
Research and develop strategies to capture and manage emerging data
requirements of the division.
- COMMUNICATION & TRAINING. Disseminate research and
assessment-based information on students, projects and programs,
both within and external to Student Affairs. Conduct educational
training opportunities for Student Affairs staff on research
protocols, grant proposals, regulatory guidelines, assessment
tools, evaluation methods, best practices, and topics.
- COMMITTEES. Serve on UF and Student Affairs committees, teams,
and task forces.
Master’s degree in an appropriate area; or a bachelor’s degree in an appropriate area and two years of relevant experience.
EDUCATION & TRAINING:
- Master’s degree in an appropriate area, or bachelor’s degree and experience
- 2 years' experience (respective to education level) in Research and Assessment, and/or Higher Education and Student Affairs.
- Research protocols, regulation, procedures and sponsored research proposal writing
- Various analytical and data visualization programs.
- High level of analytical and problem solving skills to enable efficient and effective management of projects.
- Excellent communication skills to work effectively within the Office, as a liaison to research stakeholders internal to the Division of Student Affairs and external campus partners for projects, proposals, and to conduct trainings external to the office.
- Ability to work independently with minimal supervision needed.
- Ability to work in an office team environment in a defined office space setting.
- Must work well both leading teams and participating within a team environment.
In order to be considered, you must upload your cover letter and resume.
Application must be submitted by 11:55 p.m. (ET) of the posting end date.
Health Assessment Required: No