The job uses best practices and knowledge quantitative and qualitative analytical methods to support development of Â projects from conception to completion.
Acts as analyst supporting strategic initiatives or projects, identifying appropriate analytical approach and timeline for project completion.
Supports project related initiatives from development through successful execution under the guidance of executive leadership.
Researches, analyzes and communicates quantitative and qualitative data.
Drafts communications, develops message strategies and consistency, and prepares and coordinates special correspondence needs.
Ability to handle complex issues, influence and problem-solve.
Ability to interact comfortably with senior executives, faculty, and staff.
Ability to develop collaborative relationships throughout the University community.
Ability to effectively manage a heavy workload, competing priorities and tight deadlines.
Ability to effectively make decisions that represent the mission, values and strategic plan of the organization and leaders.
Ability to handle highly confidential and sensitive materials and situations.
Ability to have words, actions and behavior reflect a high level of integrity.
Intermediate to Advanced skills in Word, Excel and PowerPoint.
Education, Experience, or Certifications:
High School diploma or GED required.
1-2 years of experience in the related field required.
Working Conditions and Physical Requirements:
Â Office environment.
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