The position requires a Bachelor's Degree in business or public administration, management information systems, education or a closely related field and four years of current and progressively responsible work experience with data and data systems involving research, planning, coordination, or project management. A master’s degree in a closely related field may substitute for up to two years of the work experience requirement. Knowledge and experience in Microsoft Office Suite, emphasis in Microsoft Access is required. Knowledge in SQL is helpful. Preference will be given to candidates who have a demonstrated ability to plan and to work with others. Must demonstrate excellent written and verbal communication skills. A valid driver’s license is required with the ability to travel from one location to another, both within and outside the state on their own. Ability to lift and carry 40 pounds is also required.
Start Date: Negotiable
Applications must be submitted on the Application for Employment Form (SFN 10950) along with a resume, a copy of college transcripts, three (3) current letters of recommendation, and cover letter with a written summary that clearly explains how the applicant’s work experience is related to the description of duties and responsibilities, minimum qualifications and level of work experience for the position to:
Department of Career & Technical Education
600 E Boulevard Ave., 15th Floor
Bismarck ND 58505-0610
The application form, SFN-10950 , is available at any Job Service office, the Department of Career and Technical Education office or http://www.nd.gov/hrms .
Applicants who are residents of ND and eligible to claim veteran’s preference must include Form DD214. Claims for disabled veteran’s preference must also include a current statement of disabled status from the Veteran’s Affairs Office.
Applicants must be legally authorized to work in the United States. Sponsorships will not be provided.
ND Relay Number: 1-800-366-6888
Summary of Work:
The Department of Career and Technical Education is seeking an individual to fill the position of Education Data and Information Administrator.
This position will work with statewide career and technical education and student data; assist in the collection of that data, and the preparation and submission of state and federal reports. Develop and maintain databases to help collect, organize, and integrate information. Review, analyze, interpret and prepare school performance data, and refine labor market information for dissemination to staff and school personnel. Provide professional development to staff and others on how to use data. Coordinate with staff, the planning and development of the Professional Development Conference. Provide technical assistance to schools and consortiums of schools in program approval, funding process, accountability requirements, and state and federal laws. Promote career and technical education through written and verbal presentations to various groups, including instructors, administrators, and the public.
This position will be located in Bismarck and requires travel in and out of the state.
As employers, the State of North Dakota and political subdivisions prohibit smoking in all places of state and political subdivision employment in accordance with N.D.C.C. § 23-12-10.
- Review, analyze, and prepare data for federal and state reports, such as the Consolidated Annual Report.
- Review, analyze, interpret and prepare school and performance data for dissemination to staff, school personnel, and the public.
- Review, analyze, interpret and prepare concise reports of federal and state data highlighting occupational data and future workforce trends for use by CTE program areas and local schools.
- Interpret and apply state and federal laws, such as FERPA, regarding statewide educational data collection, reporting, and dissemination.
- Respond to requests for and present information to department staff, school administrators, teachers, state officials, and the public.
- Provide technical assistance and training to school administrators, teachers, department staff, and the community regarding use of data.
- Provide professional development to state CTE staff, counselors and others in the use of, and benefit of using, occupational data.
- Study internal and external data collection practices; develop strategies to implement streamlined processes; recommend more efficient agency data collection processes.
- Develop procedures, provide guidelines and technical assistance in the collection, analysis, and dissemination of data.
- Review, analyze, interpret and prepare federal and state occupational data for inclusion in state publications and products, such as the Career Outlook.
- Develop, manage, and integrate multiple databases to better enhance the usability of career cluster information including plans of study and coordinated plans of study, creating an environment in which one change can update several documents.
- Work with organizations/vendors that provide data driven programs to provide more intuitive processes for the end users, such as with the supplier of RUReadyND.com
- Collaborate with representatives of other state and federal agencies in the improvement of data collection, reporting, and dissemination, such as the Statewide Longitudinal Data System.
- Coordinate with staff in all aspects of the annual Professional Development Conference, including development of the conference, working with and securing presenters and facilities.
- Review and evaluate grant proposals.
- Conduct research to support grant proposals.
- Review, analyze, and interpret state and federal laws, regulations, and policies.
- Provide technical assistance for local state and local Perkins grants; approve or disapprove those budgets and expenditures.
- Monitor and assist select schools and consortiums in maintaining compliance with state and federal laws to ensure program requirements are met.
- Serve as agency liaison and representative to various agencies, committees, and other organizations.
North Dakota State Government - 20 months ago