Program Analyst
LDS Business College - Salt Lake City, UT

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This Position Exists in Order to:

Help the Student Development Center develop more effective products, processes, and services that are delivered in the most efficient way. In addition to fulfilling this purpose, the Program Analyst continuously strives to bring about the mission of LDS Business College, which is to enlighten minds, elevate hope, and ennoble souls to strengthen individuals, families, communities, and the Lord’s Church.

Requirements for Employment Eligibility:

  • Membership in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and currently temple worthy
  • Strict adherence to company policies and procedures
  • Dependable attendance and timely arrival at the assigned work location
  • Commitment to bring about the purposes of LDS Business College

Minimum Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree in a related field from a regionally accredited institution; master’s degree is preferred
  • Ability to successfully develop and deliver training, presentations, and other teaching materials
  • Excellent interpersonal, collaboration, organizational, writing, and computer skills
  • Ability to facilitate and implement best business/organizational practices in an effective manner
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint, and a working knowledge of databases
  • Ability to independently anticipate and address the needs of key stakeholders within the organization
  • Knowledge of project management principles is highly desirable, but not required

Expected Outcomes:

1. Student Development Center processes and practices are continually evaluated for effectiveness and efficiency.
2. New implementation projects are effectively planned and organized in a timely manner. Student Development Center staff members are adequately prepared for change and improvement.
3. Changes in business processes and/or practices are successfully implemented, evaluated, and adjusted.
4. Career development courses are taught by competent instructors, and course content is relevant and current.
5. Student Development Center events and activities are organized, effective, and relevant to student needs.

Essential Job Functions:

1. Collect and analyze data that may be applicable to the effectiveness and efficiency of the Student Development Center. This may include, but is not limited to, business processes, people and time management, and customer service. Use industry benchmarks to compare and contrast current practices and prioritize areas of improvement. Evaluate the effectiveness and efficiency of current business practices.
2. Offer recommendations for program solutions and coordinate with the Director of Student Development to evaluate the feasibility of implementation. Assist Student Development Center staff as they plan for implementation. Provide appropriate training, coaching, or consultation to Student Development Center staff as necessary.
3. Play a key role in the development and implementation of new policies, processes, tools, services, and/or communication channels within the Student Development Center. Evaluate the effectiveness of new business processes and recommend adjustments/changes as needed.
4. Supervise LE 121 (Career Development Milestones) and LE 125 (Career Exploration & Professional Development) courses, and all other internal career preparation functions. Train, and supervise course instructors and ensure that course content remains in line with career development trends. Monitor course offering/enrollment needs and communicate them to the Dean of Instructional Support.
5. Help plan and execute Career Development Conferences, New Student Orientation, & other events as needed.

Physical Demands:

The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

  • MINIMAL EXERTION – Exerts up to 10 lbs. of force occasionally, and/or a negligible amount of force frequently to lift, carry, push, pull, or otherwise move objects. Involves sitting for extended periods of time, and walking or standing for brief periods of time.
  • HANDLING – Seizing, holding, grasping, turning, or otherwise working with fingers and/or hands.
  • TALKING – Using the spoken word in order to clearly communicate ideas and messages to other people.
  • HEARING – Perceiving and understanding the speech of another person.
  • NEAR ACUITY – Clarity of vision at 20 inches or less.