Director Employment Research And Planning Job Description Sample
Director Of Institutional Research And Planning
As a UW employee, you will enjoy generous benefits and work/life programs. For detailed information on Benefits for this position, click here. As a UW employee, you have a unique opportunity to change lives on our campuses, in our state and around the world. UW employees offer their boundless energy, creative problem solving skills and dedication to build stronger minds and a healthier world.
UW faculty and staff also enjoy outstanding benefits, professional growth opportunities and unique resources in an environment noted for diversity, intellectual excitement, artistic pursuits and natural beauty. All of which has allowed the UW to be nationally recognized as a "Great College to Work For" for four consecutive years.
The College of Engineering has an outstanding opportunity for a Director of Institutional Research and Planning.
Reporting to the Director of Finance and Administration, the Director of Institutional Research and Planning will be responsible for providing analysis and tools that support strategic planning work and information usage in the College of Engineering; will develop planning applications and tools to support and project college financial information, enrollment management, facility use, and research productivity; will work with stakeholders to identify priorities and develop assessment tools, collect, analyze, and present data with the goal of improving program efficiency and effectiveness throughout the College; will work with leadership to identify the data and statistical needs of College; and will work with existing computing services staff to develop accessible tools and applications.
The Director of Institutional Research will possess excellent skills in research, data analysis, tool development, and strategic planning. The position supports the College's vision and activities through the management of its institutional data, which are acquired and developed through various sources including multiple data sources managed by central administrative units. Data sources require an in-depth understanding of complex data and its sources, college-wide priorities and strategy, and relevant decision-making processes as well as the ability to navigate complex political environments.
Position scope will include generating, interpreting, and applying the types of data and reports that will feed college finances, enrollment, curriculum, resource management, and human resources. This position requires the ability to work collaboratively in a demanding and fast-pace environment, and the skills to work with members of the University community (faculty, staff, and students), who have analytic and technology skills.
Duties and Responsibilities
The Director of Institutional Research, in collaboration with the dean, vice dean, associate Deans, administrators, and other leadership in the College of Engineering is responsible for overseeing and coordinating the College's institutional research activities and implementation of long-range strategic planning and assessment activities. Primary responsibilities include but are not limited to:
Institutional Research 35%
Serve as the College's chief institutional research officer. Work with computing resources staff to develop and oversee tools that support the use of information and data for the College.
Engage in building a culture of performance improvement through processes and the use of performance measurement and management approaches.
Create and oversee tools, reports, and applications that inform decision-makers including the verification of existing data, (i.e., enrollment, research, instruction, human resources, facility usage, and resource management).
Plan, develop, and manage tools that help decision-makers understand the ramifications of decisions and scenarios, including projections, scenarios analysis, and risk management.
Develop planning tools that align enrollment management with financial work in the College, including ABB projections and calculations.
In collaboration with Director of Finance and Administration and other staff in the College, develop and manage systems for tracking information within and about the College of Engineering. Relevant data could include progress towards strategic goals faculty FTE, number of applicants, admissions, student yield, time to degree, progress towards to degree, number of degrees granted, cost per graduate, instruction evaluations, and employment rates.
Work with the Director of Finance and other college staff to develop systems that accurately tracks and models costs associated with the College's academic programs.
Work with computing services and central administrative units to develop databases for the College that allow users to extract, identify, collect, and track data.
As required, develop data visualizations and dashboards that allow leadership to easily track progress towards strategic goals and other big-picture targets. Provide leadership and best practices on data visualization, performance measurement, and monitoring strategy execution.
Collaborate with College of Engineering Computing Services to support the use of business intelligence and data visualization tools to support ongoing performance analysis and reporting.
Improve the use and integration of performance measures in the biennial budget process.
Participate in annual reports including ASEE data; development and maintain databases for tracking and institutionalizing related data.
Serve as a collaborative partner to units within the College of Engineering as well as central institutional research efforts.
Strategic Planning 35%
Work directly with leadership in the College by participating in strategic planning that impacts administration, operations, and budgeting. Work to identify, prioritize, and respond to strategic needs by designing, planning and implementing new programs within the Colleges and other partners.
Work with chairs, directors, and administrators in the College to identify the data and informational needs of the college. Work with the Director of Finance and Administration to develop a strategy for responding to those needs.
Support institutional leaders in reviewing, interpreting, and determining the implications of various measures of institutional effectiveness. Coordinate and participate in the development and analysis of related data and strategies.
Recommend and participate in the development of College policies and procedures; may serve on planning and policy-making committees.
Plan, organize, and coordinate strategic assessment activities, programs, projects, and College-wide activities.
Work with leadership and stakeholders to develop and establish operating goals, policies, and procedures for assessment in the College.
Lead the development, organization, analysis, and reporting of outcomes and related activities to support planning activities.
Promote internal and external communication of assessment results.
Support ongoing development and implementation of comprehensive outcomes assessment programs for all academic and administrative units that support the goals of the College's strategic plan.
Participate in the collection and analysis of various assessment data to support College accreditation and program reviews, including dissemination of results and assisting others with understanding and appropriately using them.
Provide strategic advice and consultation to leadership in the development, implementation, and evaluation of modifications and enhancements to existing operations, systems, and procedures.
Record, store, manage, and disseminate confidential and sensitive assessment data per university records policy.
Master's degree in Statistics, Public Administration, Business Administration or related field; at least 5 years of experience directly related to the duties and responsibilities specified.
Completed degree(s) from an accredited institution that are above the minimum education requirement may be substituted for experience on a year for year basis.
Excellent data analysis skills – includes research, data mining, analysis, validation, and the ability to generate clear representations of data to diverse audiences in narrative, tabular, and graphical forms. Demonstrated experience understanding, relating, and reconciling data from distinct sources. Experience working with financial data. Ability to generate documentation of technical processes.
Demonstrated proficiency with core technologies – Windows, MS Access, MS Excel, SQL, MS PowerBI, and Tableau. Proven ability to learn new technologies and problem solve. Top candidates will be comfortable with and creating web databases, web security, applications, and web services.
Excellent interpersonal and communication skills – Ability to work with individual faculty and staff, groups and committees, as well as other parts of the university. Strong communication skills in oral and written presentation of data.
Experience in higher education administration is strong preference.
Equivalent education/experience will substitute for all minimum qualifications except when there are legal requirements, such as a license/certification/registration.
Ability to plan, create, program, and manage statistical computer databases across multiple hardware and operating system platforms/environments.
Advanced verbal and written communication skills.
Knowledge of University data systems, definitions, and procedures.
Expertise in assessment, data analysis and educational outcomes.
Excellent interpersonal skills and a demonstrated ability to work with diverse members of the university community including students, faculty, staff, administrators, and accreditors.
Demonstrated ability for effective organizational skills and ability to connect to the institutional strategy while displaying attention to detail.
Ability to synthesize and analyze quantitative and qualitative data and prepare and present reports effectively.
Knowledge of State and Federal postsecondary education accountability initiatives and trends.
Knowledge of regional, national, and specialized postsecondary accreditation standards, practices, and goals.
Knowledge of institutional self-assessments and student outcomes assessment principles, methods and techniques.
Ability to analyze complex problems, interpret operational needs, and develop integrated, creative solutions.
Knowledge of budget preparation and fiscal management.
Appointment to this position is contingent upon obtaining satisfactory results from a criminal background check
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Director Of Institutional Effectiveness, Research And Planning
EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY Southside Virginia Community College, a comprehensive community college, is seeking qualified applicants for the position listed below.
The successful candidate must be committed to our mission to provide quality education to a diverse constituency.
Director of Institutional Effectiveness, Research and Planning Salary Minimum: $67,932 commensurate with experience This is a college-wide position with offices on the John H.
Daniel Campus in Keysville, VA and Christanna Campus in Alberta, VA.
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Applicants must apply online by submitting a completed State Application through the Virginia Jobs website at: Satisfactory reference and background checks and completion of a Statement of Personal Economic Interests are conditions of employment.
SVCC is committed to Diversity, Equal Employment Opportunity and Affirmative Action.
Equal Opportunity Program Auxiliary aids and service are available upon request to individuals with disabilities.
Associate Director, Research Planning And Development - Head And Neck Surgery
The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center in Houston is one ofthe world's most respected centers focused on cancer patient care, research,education and prevention. It was named the nation's No. 1 hospital for cancercare in U.S.
News & World Report's 2017 rankings. It is one of only 49comprehensive cancer centers designated by the National Cancer Institute.
ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS
Provide periodic information and recommendationsto the Department Chair(s) regarding the development, evaluation and revisionof policies and procedures for the prioritization of research activities. Provideadvice and resource information for long-term strategic planning of researchinitiatives, including options, directions, funding sources and feasibility.
Actas a resource for faculty to identify opportunities for research initiatives. Monitorthe NIH and other government websites for new RFAs. Identify internal andexternal granting opportunities and coordinate departmental response.
Monitorprivate funding opportunities and inform faculty and clinical research traineesof relevant programs. Assist with developing strategies for securingphilanthropic funding and the application process for that funding. Provideadministrative oversight and assistance in the development and evaluation oflarge, programmatic grants (e.g., P01, U54, SPORE, CPRIT MIRS and CCSG grants);participate in related scientific advisory boards, strategic planningcommittees and program retreats.
Perform project analyses and evaluateresources, outcomes and obstacles to project completion. Serve as liaisonbetween investigators, institutional officials and granting agency officials. Participatesin departmental and institutional related committees/meetings including:
Headand Neck SPORE Investigator and Head and Neck SPORE IAB/EAB meetings, CCSGMeetings, and faculty meetings. Support the PI's in disseminating informationon genomic medicine and immunobiology to faculty and in providing decisionsupport for clinical investigators.
Develop and implement the business developmentstrategies, including corporate partnerships, philanthropic, licensing andentrepreneurial opportunities. Ensure that research activities are aligned withstrategic priorities.
Direct the ongoing development and presentation of themoonshot strategic, operating and staffing plans to assure achievement ofdefined outcomes and targets. Develop and lead the business developmentactivities in identifying, managing and implementing new collaborativeopportunities with potential partners. Actively engage, cultivate and managecorporate relationships to ensure efficient execution and achievement ofmilestones.
Develop and maintain collaboration with outside stakeholders andwith all staff, partners and regulatory or other official bodies. Evaluateemerging technology, make recommendations to Director and negotiate withproducing corporations to bring or make available new technologies andservices. Develop metrics to measure and report upon research outcomes forexperimental and new research initiatives. Collaborate with Regulatory and QAofficials to define best practices and implement certification and complianceas applicable.
Develop,direct and manage the research budget and justification of expenditures. Responsiblefor the development and oversight of a variety of internal and externalmulti-year funding sources that support research.
Direct and manage, incollaboration with the Finance Team, the post-award funds and fund allocationacross multiple grant projects/components and report appropriately. Developshort and long-range projections and financial plans, maintain appropriateanalyses and make adjustments where appropriate. Prepare annual donor reports,as required, for philanthropic funds. Present and assist in the preparation ofpresentations related to Department of Head and Neck Surgery grants or relatedtopics.
Minimum: $102,400 – Midpoint: $128,000 – Maximum: $153,600
Required: Bachelor's degree inscience or medically related field, business or healthcare administration.
Preferred: Master's degree in arelated field.
Required: Five years experience in anacademic research setting facilitating research program development andmanagement of research resources. With preferred degree, three years ofrequired experience.
Preferred: Extensiveexperience in developing and administratively managing large programmatic researchstudies.
It is the policy of The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center to provide equal employment opportunity without regard to race, color, religion, age, national origin, sex, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity/expression, disability, protected veteran status, genetic information, or any other basis protected by institutional policy or by federal, state or local laws unless such distinction is required by law. http://www.mdanderson.org/about-us/legal-and-policy/legal-statements/eeo-affirmative-action.html
8741 Tax Research & Planning Mgr
Requisition ID: 41601
Job Function/Category: 55591
Employment Type: Exempt Full Time
This is an exciting time to be joining PSEG. Our commitments, which include safety, integrity, customer focus, and diversity & inclusion, are the fabric of our culture and help drive the success of our business. We are fortunate to have an outstanding workforce of diverse and highly skilled talent who move us forward in our operational excellence journey. PSEG has more than 12,000 employees who are dedicated to the communities we serve and embody our vision: People providing Safe, Reliable, Economic and Greener Energy
Tax Research and Planning Manager
This position will manage all Tax Research and Planning matters of Enterprise and all of its subsidiaries. The primary purpose of this position is to ensure that the Company is provided the highest quality tax advice, including coordinating advice from outside advisors. The person will need to apply the appropriate level of technical tax analysis and scrutiny applied to tax planning opportunities, ensure that tax planning projects are properly documented and that uncertain tax positions are adequately reviewed and documented. The positions' other duties will include:
Maintaining an expert level of technical knowledge in the areas of: Acquisitions and dispositions; aspects of the Tax law relevant to the energy industry, Corporations, LLC's and Partnerships.
Generate tax planning ideas and manage tax planning projects.
Research, analyze and prepare written supporting documentation tax planning opportunities, restricting transactions, merger and acquisitions, and the impact of new and current federal tax laws, regulations and legislation.
Develop and maintain a working knowledge of legal and regulatory issues relevant to the energy industry.
Negotiate, draft and review various business agreements.
Manage outside consultants participating in tax savings related projects.
Will work closely with members of the Tax and Accounting and Legal Departments in developing and properly implementing tax strategies.
Oversees the purchase of state income tax credits
Oversees PSEG's document control process
Is responsible for ensuring that all tax planning strategies are properly reflected in the tax returns.
Regularly interfaces with and acts as an integral advisor to the Sr Tax Director and VP and Assistant Controller - Tax.
Communicate current legislation and regulatory tax developments.
The ideal candidate will have adequately influenced favorable legislative and will have also supported the tax earnings and cash forecasting process.
"Housing, transportation, Immigration Support will not be provided in association with these positions now or in the future".
+9 years of professional tax experience in a large corporate environment, public accounting or law firm
Undergraduate degree in accounting
Expert knowledge of federal and state tax law
CPA, or LLM is required
Been involved in the tax legislative process
Proven analytic and problem solving skills and attention to detail.
Ability to multi-task.
Ability to build & maintain relationships.
Highest level of integrity
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This site (http://www.pseg.com) is strictly for candidates who are not currently PSEG employees. PSEG employees must apply for jobs internally through empower which can be accessed through the mypseg homepage by clicking on the employee center tab, then under the empower header, choose careers.
Business needs may cause PSEG to cancel or delay filling position at any time during the selection process
Public Service Enterprise Group (PSEG) is an equal opportunity employer, dedicated to a policy of non-discrimination in employment, including the hiring process, based on any legal protected characteristic. Legally protected characteristics included, race, color, religion, national origin, sex, age, marital status, sexual orientation, disability, or veteran status or any other characteristic protected by federal, state, or local law in locations where PSEG employs individuals.
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Community Research And Planning Intern
About Caravan Studios
Caravan Studios is a division of TechSoup, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization located in San Francisco, CA. We build apps that help communities organize, access, and apply local resources to their most pressing problems. Our design thinking methodology includes community input throughout, ensuring that the developed applications meet the needs of the community.
This internship is geared for individuals who are interested in developing and expanding their knowledge in research and planning for the social good. Interns will be introduced to our design methodology which includes community input throughout the design and development process. Our use of community centered design methodology ensures that the tools we build will best meet the specific needs of the community served.
The intern's work will focus on exploring geographic and political regions where Caravan Studios tools and resources can be best utilized. The process includes analyzing and researching community needs and existing services in the area of domestic violence and human trafficking.
The research completed and the documents produced will guide our work in the use and distribution of our apps, programs and services. It will also inform the development of new and/or existing programs and service that are in demand among community members.
All interns should be enrolled in a college class or program where the work described above matches the student's academic pursuit or area of study. Student should have an overall grade point average of 3.0 (B or better); and ideally will be receiving academic credit for the internship.
Research topics that inform and strengthen team assumptions regarding apps and their use and application in the identified community. As part of that work students would be asked to:
Research and analyze existing data to find and map organizations and communities who can best utilize Caravan resources.
Gather materials and data for various projects and reports; write summaries of project findings as requested.
Assist with the preparation of project-related reports, manuscripts, and presentations.
Perform qualitative analysis and/or quantitative analyses of data, using computer software as applicable.
Verify the accuracy and validity of information gathered.
Produce tables, graphs, fact sheets, maps and written reports summarizing research results.
Edit and submit protocols and other required research documentation.
Research topical areas as requested including the completion of comprehensive literature and web searches.
Planning work will focus on the recruitment, communication and support of the communities who will be utilizing our tools and services. Examples for tasks and assignment include:
Support community introductory sessions highlighting Caravan products, processes and services.
Contribute to training and support materials for distribution in print and online format.
Communicate with and engage the community through social media channels and campaigns.
Facilitate community support/focus groups for organizations utilizing our tools and services.
Skill and Experience Needed
Excellent writing, analytical, communication, and research skills
Detail-oriented and highly-organized
Ability to meet deadlines, work collaboratively and manage several projects at once
Extensive research experience; knowledge of qualitative and/or quantitative strategies
Excellent telephone and email communication skills
Ability to represent Caravan Studios and TechSoup Global in a professional manner
2-3 days per week during the school year; full-time during the summer
Remote access may be possible for some activities as appropriate and effective
Minimum of 3 month internship; optimally 6 – 9 month
College credit or field placement hours available to qualified students
Access to extensive nonprofit and technologist network
Further develop applicable research and planning skills
Participate in an innovative internship where students can broaden their knowledge, skills and experience to effectively utilize tools for social good
Work with a dynamic and enthusiastic team committed to the work and the mission of the organization, as well as to supporting and engaging interns in our efforts
Develop Portfolio examples to share with future employers
Access to technologically innovative ideas/products
This is an unpaid internship
Please submit a cover letter, resume, and writing sample to Mary Duffy, Director of Educational Programs, Caravan Studios
H R / Employment Assistant Director - E60
- Human Resource Assistant Director / Employment Assistant Manager / HR Assistant
"Automotive Experience a Strong Plus. TOP PAY $$ - Comprehensive Benefits Package - Apply Now."
Business is Booming and The Hertrich Family of Automobile Dealerships seeks an Experienced, dynamic, motivated and connected HR Assistant Director / Assistant Employment Manager to build and recruit the best talent to join our team as well as nourish and encourage the progression of our existing staff. This role will help set out guidelines and employment foundations for the future layout of the Hertrich Family of Dealerships. The Human Resources Director is responsible for facilitating all aspects of Human Resources while providing leadership and guidance to all levels of employees.
- Are you a proven leader and a take-charge individual who will drive business and lead our World Class team?
- Do you thrive in a fast-paced environment where you have exciting career opportunities and unlimited income potential?
- Are you an enthusiastic individual who wants to work for a mission driven company?
- Do you have a passion for human capital strategies?
Then this is the opportunity for you! This is an outstanding opportunity for a rewarding career with a mission driven company. Families are great - become part of the Best!
Human Resource Assistant Director / Employment Assistant Manager Duties will include but are not limited to the following:
Work closely with leadership to develop & execute human capital strategies that effectively support and enhance our overall business strategies.
Proactively lead the development and evolution of corporate human resources policies, procedures, programs, and practices that support the continued transformation of the business needed to become a world-class company.
Maintain open communications with all levels of leadership to assess the needs of their departments / divisions and help them accomplish business objectives by recommending human resources solutions and help them proactively manage their human capital.
Implement and maintain effective succession and development plans, including management development and employee career path programs appropriate for supporting and sustaining the company's transformation.
Participate in the design and management of competitive compensation and workforce planning strategies for all levels. Ensure that these programs enhance the company's ability to attract, retain and motivate a skilled and diverse workforce.
Continuously conduct research on varying HR topics to stay abreast of emerging trends and best practices.
The ideal candidate will have significant experience managing and successfully leading a progressive Human Resource Team.
Expert knowledge of human resource practices, and all pertinent DE, MD, NJ, CO and Federal laws and regulations.
Experience in employee relations, compensation and risk management
A leader with a proven track record of delivering results
High level of personal integrity, ethics, initiative, and strong interpersonal skills
Great judge of people / talent / situations
Broad exposure to all Human resources functions, including culture development, change management, recruiting, employee retention, workforce planning, organization development, compensation, benefits, training, HRIS and administration
Proven and successful experience leading succession planning, leadership development and diversity initiatives
Able to establish a constructive and informative relationship with employees, management and executives
Broad business sense as well as demonstrated HR-specific competencies
Strong strategic planning and analytical skills
Capacity to build and maintain strong working relationships at all levels in the organization
Excellent attention to detail, follow up and follow through.
Ability to present ideas in an easy-to-understand and engaging manner
Highest level of confidentiality
Success developing leaders within an organization
6+ years HR Management experience (Automotive experience a plus)
Bachelor's Degree in Human Resources, related field or equivalent experience
Strong problem solving, communication and coaching skills
Fluent in Word, Excel, Powerpoint, Access and Google Applications
The Hertrich Family of Dealerships is a family-owned and operated organization with a strong financial foundation and over 50 years in the automotive industry. We represent the most complete line of multi-franchise dealerships in Delaware and the Eastern Shore area and have over 17 locations in the tri-state area.
Human Resource Assistant Director / Employment Assistant Manager will enjoy:
Extremely Competitive Salaries
Medical, Dental, Vision, Disability, Accident, Cancer, & Life Plans at Discounted Rates
401K Plan with Employer Match
Employee Purchase Discounts
"Offers of employment are conditional. Candidates must successfully complete a Pre-Employment Drug Screening, Criminal Background Check, and Motor Vehicle Record Check. A criminal record will not automatically disqualify an applicant from employment. We are a drug-free workplace. We are an EEO/ AA employer. Job seekers will be given consideration without regard to their disability or protected veteran status."
Market Research Planning Specialist - Madison, MS
Reports to the Manager, Business Development Operations and Analysis Cell. Refines and maintains the Division business intelligence systems to provide secure, efficient and consistent employee access to data. Responsibilities/duties of this position include, but are not limited to:
Collecting and maintaining information on the requirements, organization, budget, and preferences of prospective customers and competitors
Performing market research using Bloomberg, DACIS, and GovWin IQ tools to conduct competitive analysis for leadership and Business Development (BD) Managers
Gathering data to assist in developing Position to Win strategies
Writing Requests for Proposals to subcontract Position to Win analysis
Building/maintaining a library/clearinghouse of industry data using Share Point to store data across business lines for in-depth competitor analysis
Maintaining and tracking all opportunities in the pipeline through our GovWin database which will be monitored daily for accuracy
Working daily with the Business Development team to prepare the Daily Pursuit Reports and distribute to the leadership team
Creating the BD Weekly Report – compiling all updates provided by the BD team in GovWin to provide the weekly business development status
Working with IT Department to develop customized reports designed for leadership
Managing BD subscriptions and access to GovWin IQ, DACIS, and Bloomberg.
Maintaining and storing pursuit presentation slides for Company leadership
Maintains the highest ethical personal and professional standards.
Other projects and initiatives as assigned.
Equal Opportunity Employer – minorities / females / veterans / individuals with disabilities / sexual orientation / gender identity.
Bachelors Degree in Business Administration or related field desired or combined education/experience equivalent
Minimum of 5 years' aviation related experience and 2 years in Business/Proposal Development-related activities a plus
Proficient Computer skills, to include: MS Office Suite, Adobe Acrobat, database update/retrieval, internet-based research
Must be able to pass a background investigation to obtain a public trust position (if required for the position).
Must be able to obtain and maintain a DoD security clearance (if required for the position).
Must be able to work weekends, other shifts and overtime as required.
The essential physical requirements of the position will be reviewed with the applicant during the interview.
Some travel will be required.
Must adhere to Company policies/procedures and management instruction.
Ability to maintain confidentiality of sensitive information and Company Proprietary data.
Equal Opportunity Employer – minorities / females / veterans / individuals with disabilities / sexual orientation / gender identity.
Associate Director, Planning And Research - Institutional Effectiveness And Strategic Planning
Job Responsibilities Benefits Supplemental QuestionsAdditional
1.Designs and develops annual institution-wide surveys to be used by the College's administration in various initiatives, and for assessment purposes. Acts as a primary liaison, on behalf of the College, to agencies conducting national surveys, including BCSSE, NSSE, and CIRP. Oversees and manages the implementation of all surveys (3-7 on a rotating schedule), and monitors rate of feedback and data integrity. Collaborates with College's Office of Institutional Research, which specializes in gathering relevant data from BANNER and other sources. Collaborates with and advises academic (100+) departments on the development, dissemination and analysis of results for on-campus enterprise level surveys. Maintains expert-level knowledge of all applicable federal, state, and local bylaws and standards, ensures compliance, and updates OIEP colleagues regularly of any changes.
2.Analyzes and transforms raw data into targeted statistical reports used to make evidence-based decisions by varying levels of leadership within the College. Develops customized analytical reports, as requested, and presents findings to numerous committees across campus, including Faculty Senate and Board of Trustees. Serves on President's Division Assessment Committee, and makes policy and programmatic recommendations based on findings. Conducts workshops for Departments and student groups, and mentors administrative, faculty, and student leaders in development of assessment plans based on survey data. Develops training materials for survey analysis and education. Provides necessary data from surveys for SACSCOC accreditation process, and participates in auditing of institutional policies.
3.Serves as on-site expert and brand administrator for Qualtrics survey software. Grants access, monitors data security, and provides regular classroom and web training for professionals across the College. Maintains level of expertise through regular webinar and conference attendance.
4.Writes, compiles, and audits accreditation, strategic planning, and assessment reports collaboratively. Develops statistical survey studies for campus stakeholders. Participates regularly in training with colleagues in preparation for accreditation periods, and presents methods at conferences.
5.Supervises assigned undergraduate/graduate student, and provides regular training in analytics, methodologies, data coding, and survey techniques. Provides professional and regular feedback.
Minimum and Additional
Bachelor's degree and 2-3 years of experience in a business or education setting is required. Master's degree in statistics or an applicable field is preferred. Candidates with an equivalent combination of experience and/or education are encouraged to apply.
Experience with survey design, dissemination and analytical studies. Familiarity with the Qualtrics survey management system, SPS and SAS is preferred. Knowledge of applicable federal, state, and local policies, regulations, and accreditation procedures is preferred.
Salary is commensurate with education/experience which exceeds the minimum requirements.
Offers of employment are contingent upon a successful background check.
The College of Charleston is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity employer and does not discriminate against any individual or group on the basis of gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, age, race, color, religion, national origin, veteran status, genetic information, or disability.
Assistant Dean Of Career Education & Associate Director Of Career Ventures – Internships And Employment
Note: Not all unique aspects of the job are covered by this job description
Stanford University, recognized as one of the most prestigious and innovative academic institutions in the world, is prioritizing students' career education by reinventing its model of career connection and investing resources to ensure that its undergraduate and graduate students have a successful transition from college to meaningful work. BEAM, Stanford Career Education, is accepting applications for the position of Associate Director of Career Catalysts. Career Catalysts, one of BEAM's three collaborative units, supports students in career exploration and in cultivating personalized networks that shape their professional journey. Additional information about BEAM and Stanford's Vision 2020 is available at http://beam.stanford.edu
Reporting to the Associate Dean and Director of Career Ventures, the Assistant Dean and Associate Director of Career Ventures - Internships and Employment will lead a team of Career Educators responsible for overseeing on-campus recruitment activities, managing/facilitating a variety of employer connection events, and other services designed to connect Stanford students with opportunities to pursue meaningful work. The Associate Director will also play a lead role in developing a program to professionalize the student employment experience at Stanford.
Oversee the daily operation of a unit, large department, or several functional areas of the student services/affairs organization. Manage the work of other employees.
Manage people, processes, and programs to implement the goals of the unit, department, or school. Make hiring decisions, provide coaching and mentoring, and manage performance and staffing levels.
Identify, clarify, and resolve program issues and concerns with substantial significance in accordance with established policies and procedures which may span multiple areas, using advanced technical and professional knowledge requiring independent judgment. Mediate complex and sensitive issues.
Respond to inquiries regarding university policies and procedures requiring interpretation; provide recommendation for correction.
Develop long range planning and policy development for a school or program. Manage, develop, and forecast department and program budgets.
Interpret, implement and ensure compliance with university, academic and administrative policies within an organization or program. Recommend new internal policies, guidelines and procedures.
Lead university or school-wide initiatives and campaigns.
Independently make decisions regarding projects and initiatives within confines established by management. Represent school/department programs and initiatives to both internal and external constituents.
Manage the implementation of technology to enhance effectiveness, compliance, and business processes.
Identify, manage relationships, and negotiate with external and internal partners.
- Other duties may also be assigned
SPECIFIC JOB DUTIES:
Develop and oversee programs and services designed to connect employers with students -- of all majors and degree levels -- as they explore their careers and pursue meaningful work.
Supervise a team of four program managers who are responsible for managing, innovating, implementing, and evaluating recruiting systems, programs, and events.
Working with campus partners, develop and implement a new program focused on professionalizing the student employment experience on campus.
Engage, collaborate with and (where relevant) provide guidance to the campus community (student, faculty, staff, post-docs, alumni, and colleagues throughout BEAM) on campus recruiting related policies and initiatives.
Serve as a key collaborative partner for the Associate Director of Career Ventures -- Employer Engagement, and provide guidance and counsel to the Associate Dean and Director of Career Ventures on matters of policy, procedures, resources, and personnel.
Education & Experience:
Bachelor's degree and five years of relevant experience, or combination of education and relevant experience. Experience in higher education setting preferred.
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
User knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite.
Advanced communication skills to clearly and effectively communicate information to internal and external audiences, client groups, and all levels of management.
Strong analytical skills to review and analyze complex financial information.
Strong leadership and strategic management skills.
Demonstrated experience managing people.
Certifications and Licenses:
Positive, team-oriented, adaptable and agile; comfort with change, ambiguity, and risk in a fast pace environment.
Multicultural awareness and competence; ability to work in a diverse environment and serve constituents from a wide variety of backgrounds.
Entrepreneurial, creative, and innovative spirit; Proven record in leading and developing cohesive teams, managing performance and productivity, strategic planning, and contributing to organizational leadership.
Experience and comfort with managing a budget, setting revenue related goals, and maintaining recruiting/programming related data.
Frequently sit, perform desk-based computer tasks.
Occasionally stand, walk, twist, use fine manipulation, grasp, use a telephone, write by hand, sort and file paperwork, lift, carry, push, and rarely pull objects that weigh up to 10 pounds.
- Consistent with its obligations under the law, the University will provide reasonable accommodation to any employee with a disability who requires accommodation to perform the essential functions of his or her job.
Demonstrates the ability to work well with Stanford colleagues and clients and with external organizations.
Promote Culture of Safety: Demonstrates commitment to personal responsibility and value for safety; communicates safety concerns; uses and promotes safe behaviors based on training and lessons learned.
Subject to and expected to comply with all applicable University policies and procedures, including but not limited to the personnel policies and other policies found in the University's Administrative Guide, http://adminguide.stanford.edu.
Stanford University, located in the heart of California's Silicon Valley, is one of the world's leading teaching and research universities. Since its opening in 1891, Stanford has been dedicated to finding solutions to big challenges and to preparing students for leadership in a complex world.
Supporting that mission is a staff of more than 10,000, which is rooted in a culture of excellence and values innovation, collaboration, and life-long learning. To foster the talents and aspirations of our staff, Stanford offers career development programs, competitive pay that reflects market trends and benefits that increase financial stability and promote healthy, fulfilling lives. An award-winning employer, Stanford offers an exceptional setting for professionals looking to advance their careers.
Stanford is an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.
Consistent with its obligations under the law, the University will provide reasonable accommodation to any employee with a disability who requires accommodation to perform the essential functions of the job.
Finalist candidate must successfully pass a pre-employment background check.
Assoc Prof/Clinical - Dir. Research Planning And Coordination
Purpose of Class:
DIRECTOR OF RESEARCH
The Department of Medicine is recruiting a Director of Research Planning and Coordination to foster clinical and translational research development reporting to the chair of the Department of Medicine. The candidate will also serve as co-director and report the director of the MD PhD program for the SOM assisting in selecting candidates, identifying training opportunities for the first/second year MD/PhD advisory committee, and advising students on the selection of courses, laboratory rotations and PhD thesis advisors. The candidate should also be clinically active in general medicine or in a subspecialty such as nephrology, rheumatology, pulmonary, gastroenterology, infectious disease, or occupational medicine.
Qualifications include an MD and PhD degree, and senior level faculty appointment. This is a tenure track position.
Candidate should be board certified in medicine or in their primary subspecialty and be eligible for a CT state license. The ideal candidate would also have current extramural funding, experience mentoring students and junior faculty and experience with research development.
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