Data Reporting Specialist
Retention Data Analyst
Non-Instructional Academic Staff
$50,000 - 60,000
Terms of Employment:
12-month, annual, fixed-term renewable
Analyzes, plans, and creates complex data and report sets for
academic and/or university program planning. Provides accurate and
timely data to leadership for strategic decision making either
within a school/college or institutional level.
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Designs, implements, and evaluates data reporting systems
Inputs, maintains, and analyzes data in confidential databases and
transfers data as needed
Generates data-based annual reports of curricular and departmental
Provides expert statistical consulting, analysis, and technical
assistance on research projects, program assessment, and
Data, Retention, & Student Success 70%
● Lead EAB Navigate student success management system data
analysis. Responsible for compiling, analyzing and sharing Navigate
data and predictive analytics. Identify trends and ensure that
appropriate administrators and units are informed and acting on
● Monitor targeted student populations using Navigate. Identify
groups that require intervention and coordinate retention efforts
● Research best practices for student success and proactive
intervention and develop strategies for implementation in
collaboration with relevant campus partners.
● Assess and report on proactive outreach efforts to demonstrate
success rates and impact on student populations.
● Work closely with Institutional Research, IT, Registrar, Deans,
Department Chairs, and an array of student support units including
advising and tutoring.
● Co-Chair Navigate Leadership Team
● Serve on the Retention Committee
Student Interventions 20%
● Administer New Student Survey and coordinate with offices across
all three campuses to deploy interventions for identified at risk
● Compile annual data from the New Student Survey and share with
● Assist with withdrawal/transfer processes and procedures as
● Identify students intending to transfer and assist with proactive
● Compile data related to the withdrawal/transfer process, create
weekly reports, and share with campus departments as
● Serve on the withdrawal/transfer process working group as
Enrollment Management 10%
● Lead Early Alert Program: Promote faculty and student engagement,
conduct the process in Navigate, coordinate outreach and data
● Support re-enrollment campaigns
● Other duties related to Enrollment Management, Retention and
Demonstrated commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion.
Master’s degree in higher education, student affairs, psychology,
counseling, education, human services, or related field.
Experience working in a higher education setting with
undergraduates in a student success related capacity.
Experience with assessment, research and data analysis.
Strong organizational and time management skills with exceptional
attention to detail.
Demonstrated ability to work independently as well as part of a
team with a collaborative approach to problem solving.
Ability to work in a fast-paced, collaborative environment.
Outstanding written, verbal, and interpersonal communication
Experience working in a higher education setting as a success
coach, academic advisor, or related position.
Demonstrated ability to formulate research questions, collect and
analyze data, connect data to existing problems and/or proposed
solutions, and evaluate impact of interventions.
Knowledge of EAB Navigate student success management system, or
other student success system.
Knowledge of FERPA and ethical principles in working with
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