Manages the day-to-day execution of the Clinic program.
Recruits and retains data science partner organizations for projects to meet demands based on data science student enrollments, in collaboration with the Data Science Initiative leadership.Â
Develops deep knowledge of the local data science community.
Communicates and builds professional relationships with corporate, nonprofit, and community partners.
Gains command and familiarity with data science faculty expertise, as well as industry subject experts affiliated with the Clinic
Discusses clinic options with students, provides counsel and/or mediates to resolve difficulties or disputes when necessary, and promotes student learning and encourages their professional development.
Provides information to organizations participating in the clinic and works with them to scope viable project proposals as well as facilitates student learning and evaluation.
Conducts site visits, as well as telephone/video-based conference calls, with project organization representatives.
Collaborates closely with the Data Science Initiative staff on clinic-related processes, including project agreements.
Has a deep understanding when interacting with faculty, researchers and staff for committee work or information.
Develops and communicates program priorities and performance standards and assesses operations using these criteria. Plans and conducts quality assurance reviews and recommends changes as appropriate.
Performs other related work as needed.
Graduate degree in math, statistics, computer science, data science, or related field.
Strong foundation in the area of data science.
Project management experience with AGILE and Scrum.
Experience with research universities or research environments; experience working with faculty, students and researchers.
Technical Skills or Knowledge:
Student mentoring experience.
Strong communication skills and the ability to break down complex technical problems.
Work in a collaborative team environment.
Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
Strong analytical skills and problem-solving ability.
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