Data Analysis Manager

  • Jacksonville, FL, USA
  • Aug 31, 2017

Job Description

Institution:Edward Waters CollegeLocation:Jacksonville, FLCategory:Admin - Sponsored Programs, Grants, and ContractsPosted:08/28/2017 (Reposted Job: Initially posted on 12/16/2016)Application Due:Open Until FilledType:Adjunct/Part-TimeThe Data Analysis Manager (DAM) plays a central role in the development, implementation, and evaluation of programs and research projects in the New Town Success Zone (NTSZ). The DAM works independently and collaboratively with NTSZ Director, community partners, and NTSZ residents to plan, implement, and evaluate programs and research activities directly related to program goals and objectives of the NTSZ.DUTIES and RESPONSIBILITIES:- Assist the NTSZ Director in developing measurable and realistic annual program goals and objectives.- Identifies grant opportunities, prepares grant proposals (sole agency or collaboratively) and secures grant funding from local, state, or national funders to advance the initiatives of the NTSZ.- Ensures that community partners with formal relationships with the NTSZ meet or exceed their contractual obligations in a timely manner.- Develops annual reports, creates poster and PowerPoint presentations, and develops manuscripts for publications in peer-reviewed journals using research and program data- Serves on advisory boards and event planning committees of community partners as needed.- The ability to work some evenings and some weekends when required.QUALIFICATIONS:- Excellent organizational and verbal communication skills, strong collaboration, interpersonal and facilitation skills are required.- Must have strong knowledge of maternal and child health and/or early child development.- Knowledge and experience with results-based accountability, collective impact, continuous quality improvement, community engagement and high-risk neighborhoods strongly preferred.- Bachelor's degree from a regionally accredited college or university.- 3 to 5 years of relevant progressive work experience.


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