Posting Number 2019-5712 Location US-NY-New York Posted Date 2019-02-27 Union N/A School/Division Global Programs (WS1750) Department Name : Academic Support FT/PT Full-Time
Reporting to the Assistant Vice President for Global Planning and Research, the analyst collects, analyzes, assesses, and presents data (e.g., enrollment patterns, program evaluations, student and faculty information, financial information) to drive informed discussion, options development, and decision-making relating to strategic priorities and overall delivery of NYU's global academic offerings. Using established databases and surveys as well as crafting new data collection tools, the analyst develops and maintains dashboards and other data displays; conducts analysis and produces reports; and develops and maintains predictive and analytical models of study away participation, capacity utilization, enrollment patterns, etc. Importantly, the analyst also develops written (prose) reports and presentations for senior leaders and other key stakeholders based on these findings. Candidates should have exceptional abilities in both quantitative and qualitative analysis, as well as in the effective communication of complex quantitative information to broad audiences. Prior experience in higher education assessment and/or analysis is preferred.
Required Education: Bachelor's Degree
Preferred Education: Master's Degree
Required Experience: 3+ years prior work experience required
Preferred Experience: Experience within an academic institution and/or analytic organization preferred
Required Skills, Knowledge and Abilities: Training and demonstrated skills in quantitative and qualitative data analysis, statistics, and information display required. Very strong proficiency in Microsoft Excel (including PivotTables), PowerPoint, and Word required. Proficiency in business intelligence software (including, ideally, OBIEE and Tableau) and statistical software (e.g., R, Stata, SPSS). Ability to write and speak clearly and concisely about technical subjects for non-expert audiences.
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