This twelve-month position reports to the department director. The analyst will provide relevant community, district and school data reports and displays; be responsible for coordinating, submitting and maintaining accuracy and reliability of mandated State and Federal data-related reports; support data and reporting related needs of local LEAs (e.g. LCAP/SPSA metrics, Williams review, SARC, CALPADS, ConApp/CARS, CoreGrowth, Differentiated Assistance, etc.).
Examples of Duties
- Monitors databases for accuracy and data integrity; manages and manipulates large amounts of data and generates charts, graphs or reports accessible to staff and members of the public. Produces user-friendly charts, graphs and reports.
- Works closely with the HCOE administration, departmental leadership and Differentiated Assistance team to provide data visualization and integration services.
- Disaggregates data and generates data displays as needed for department reports, district and school reports and state or federal mandated reports.
- Works with LEA administration and staff to support data analysis and reporting, including support for educationally related data platforms (e.g. CALPADS, Aeries, TOMS, SEIS, California Schools Dashboard, DataQuest, CARS/ConApp, Core Growth, etc.).
- As a member of a team, designs, plans, and delivers staff development opportunities that support LEA teams.
- Works with districts on developing and maintaining data sharing agreements.
- Actively engages in an ongoing program of professional development to maintain and improve skills and abilities.
- Performs other duties as assigned.
Education and Experience
Any combination of experience, training or education that would likely provide the required knowledge and skill is qualifying. A typical way to obtain the required knowledge and skill might include:
- Four years of work experience in informational technology involving educationally related platforms (e.g. CALPADS, Aeries, TOMS, SEIS, California Schools Dashboard, DataQuest, CARS/ConApp, Core Growth, etc) and experience with various software products used for data analysis, integration and reporting (e.g. Excel, MS Access, and financial systems); or
- Completion of four years of college in computer science, education, information science, administration and leadership, business administration or a related field.
Skills and Abilities
- Work effectively independently, with minimal supervision, as well as collaborate with others in a team setting.
- Supervise the work of others as requested.
- Maintain meticulous records.
- Maintain confidentiality of work-related information.
- Adapt to changing work demands, adjust priorities and meet deadlines.
- Identify, troubleshoot and resolve problems.
- Update skills and learn new computer technology as needed.
- Set time-frames and manage priorities.
- Work effectively under varying degrees of stress.
- Establish and maintain effective, positive and cooperative relationships with those contacted in the course of work.
- Knowledge of proper oral and written English usage.
- Ability to use databases and software including Outlook, Word, Excel, Access and Google Suite applications.
- Sit, stand and/or move about for extended periods.
- Visual acuity to read and write printed materials and computer screens.
- Hearing and speech abilities for ordinary and telephonic conversations.
- Lift and move materials weighing up to 50 pounds.
Classified Hourly Range: 18
PC approved 08/26/2022