Leads the maintenance, ongoing refinements to process and protocols, and implementation of quarterly reporting processes for OCE across evaluation phases from collection, validation, and analyses of program and academic partnerships data demonstrating OCEâ™s reach and impact.
Maintains and improves data collection systems across OCE increasing efficiency and responsiveness to data requests.
Works with directors, executive directors, and OCE communications team to support the development of quarterly and annual reports, dashboards, and other data visualization reports tailored to audience needs including OCE senior leadership, University leadership and partners, external funders, and strategic priority teams across OCE to help communicate the value and impact of OCEâ™s work.
Collaborates with program executive directors and directors, and as appropriate with University staff and faculty partners, to strengthen the overall foundation for program evaluation across OCE areas of work by formulating potential metrics aligned to program purpose and advise and support the development of program surveys, assessments, and coordinate evaluation efforts across OCE program portfolio to measure and document impact aligned to program activities.
Validates, scrubs, and analyzes program and academic partnership data using AirTable, Excel or other data analysis software.
Develops and provides custom reports, maintains a record of historical reports, and provides high level summaries and analyses for OCE senior and program leadership on a regular basis as requested.
Designs and implements both quantitative and qualitative program evaluations for OCE programs upon request.
As needed, designs and leads research requests.
Creates and annually updates a data compendium of relevant citywide and South Side (9 neighborhood) demographic and quality of life indicators to inform OCE strategic and program planning.
Serve as the primary liaison working with University partners, external evaluators, and act as the project lead and point of contact on external evaluations as needed.
Develops tools and templates and provides direct support to OCE program leads to assist with the development of robust program logic models.
Assists with drafting initial program goals and outcome statements, and supports the development of metrics and program dashboards.
Leads a small portfolio of external private grant proposals, support proposal development and grants management through grant writing, tracking of key deliverables and metrics, and leading the drafting and submission of quarterly and annual reports.
Advises program leads in support of ongoing program development and to support program enhancements and improvements to data collection and program evaluation processes.Â
Supports grant reporting across OCE and support program directors as needed to develop systems, tools, and protocols to ensure strong grants management and compliance.
Uses in-depth knowledge and experience to administer the delivery of services to program participants and/or beneficiaries such as communicating with programs sponsors and academic advising for undergraduate students.
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.
Advanced degree, such as MBA, JD, or Masterâ™s degree in related field.
A minimum of 8 years of related professional experience (nonprofit management, programimplementation, experience in grant reporting and management).
A minimum of 5 years of data management, analysis and evaluation required as a primary or related job duties.
Technical Skills or Knowledge:
Knowledge of MS Office suite of software products, e.g. PowerPoint, Word, Outlook, SharePoint.
Intermediate knowledge of Excel and willingness to learn new systems.
Background with statistical analysis software or programming language, e.g. PowerBI, Tableau, minitab, SAS, etc.
High capacity to prioritize and multi-task in order to manage multiple deadlines.
Strong written and verbal communication and organizational skills.
Work well independently and in a collaborative team environment.
Effectively work across the University including students, faculty, staff, and with the broader community, including community and civic organizations to creating meaningful and sustainable partnerships as necessary.
Work independently, with a high degree of initiative and ability to meet deadlines; maintain confidentiality, and problem solving.
Effective organizational and time management skills with a high degree of attention to detail.
Energy, creativity, and enthusiasm.
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