The Survey Research Institute (SRI) provides data collection services to on- and off-campus researchers. Data are collected in several modes: Phone, Mail, and Web. All data collection instruments are programmed in-house at SRI by the development team. At this time, SRI seeks a data analyst / web programmer to join this team.
Primary responsibilities will include, but are not limited to the following: Web survey development by using existing framework (sometimes custom programing), phone survey development by using CASES (training provided), testing and deployment, creating and reviewing codebooks and data files, analyzing and interpreting data, and developing reports of data findings, designing mail/scannable surveys (by using HP Teleform tools, training will be provided). This individual is responsible for manipulating and transforming data files, performing data analysis for internal productivity measures, generating internal reports as well as client reports.
This individual receives general oversight from team lead who manages overall time allocation across projects and tasks. In this position you will work closely with functional leads to meet deadlines and complete work within specifications determined by clients. Of utmost importance to this position is a commitment to service excellence; to provide efficient and friendly support to SRI customers.
Bachelor's degree with 2 -3 years' experience working in a data analyst or web development/programming role or equivalent combination of education and experience.
Knowledgeable of SQL and good understanding of relational database systems and design
Conscientious attention to detail, accuracy, and the appropriate handing of confidential data.
Experience with ColdFusion (1-2 years) or proficient in at least one server side programming (PHP, Java, C#, etc.) language but willing to learn and work in ColdFusion.
Understanding of non-traditional/NoSQL data formats and how to work with them (json, xml, csv)
A demonstrated ability to quickly learn new technologies.
A strong commitment to excellent customer service and responsiveness.
Excellent organizational skills, and ability to manage multiple projects on tight deadlines
Excellent interpersonal, communication (written and verbal) and presentation skills will help a candidate be successful
Knowledge of basic statistical methods; experience with SPSS, SAS, or R.
Survey research background and/or experience a plus.
Experience in a higher education environment
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