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- 1. Assist with data collection related to, but not limited to, participation, survey, interview, and focus group data.
- 2. Manages data entry and maintenance of project databases.
- 3. Conducts data analyses including, but not limited to, descriptive statistics and content analysis.
- 4. Assists with report development, including compiling easy-to-understand tables, graphs, and summary descriptions.
- 5. Provides coordination support for college access programs and events.
- 6. Other duties as assigned.
- 1. Full-time, classified graduate student in education, social sciences, business, or related discipline.
- 2. Knowledge of program evaluation and/or quantitative and qualitative research methods.
- 3. Advanced proficiency using Microsoft Office applications, in particular Microsoft Excel.
- 4. Demonstrated ability to clean and analyze program data (i.e., survey responses).
- 5. Demonstrated ability to prioritize, plan and organize tasks, and ability to work with minimum supervision.
- 6. Excellent oral/written communication skills, analytical skills, and attention to detail.
- 7. Ability to work independently and as part of a team.
- 8. Ability to meet assigned deadlines.
- 1. Knowledge of applicable federal and state laws, university policy, rules, regulations, theories and systems associated with academic research, analyses, data governance, and individual/educational confidentiality and privacy.
- 2. Familiarity using relational databases, including Microsoft Access.
- 3. Familiarity using statistical analysis software (i.e., SPSS or equivalent).
- 4. Ability to conduct education-related literature reviews, interpret research findings, and write short analytical summaries.
- 5. Familiarity with college access programs.
- 6. Demonstrated experience with web page development and/or management
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