Coordinator, Data Integrity – Office of Institutional Research, Planning, and Assessment
Exempt 12 months, full-time
The Office of Institutional Research, Planning, and Assessment (IRPA) at the University of Maryland is seeking a Data Integrity Coordinator to join its Reporting and Special Projects team. The office has a robust and complex data warehouse which can be accessed for analytic purposes through a variety of reporting and statistical tools. The responsibilities of this position include: integrating information from university information systems for various internal, external and mandated reports; understanding and utilizing various database querying tools to solve problems and generate reports; working with the Division of IT on implementing changes for internal, external and mandated reports; and conducting data integrity checks, including troubleshooting and coordinating issues with appropriate constituents.
· Bachelor’s degree
· 1-3 years of experience in research or education setting or related field; Master’s degree can substitute for 2 years of experience
· Experience using technology for collection and dissemination of data
· Ability to read SQL
· Ability to use database querying tools
· Ability to translate technical work to an analytic environment
· Excellent problem solving skills
· Knowledge of institutional research processes and experiences within higher education data preferred
· US Citizenship or Permanent Residency
Salary: Starting at $48,000, commensurate with experience and qualifications. Excellent leave, medical coverage, retirement, and tuition-remission benefits. Position available immediately.
Applications must include the following in a PDF format:
· Letter of interest
· Resume with current mailing address
Submit application materials to:
Sharon A. La Voy, Search Chair
Via upload at ejobs.umd.edu
Staff position #102370
For best consideration, please submit application materials by June 6, 2013.
The University of Maryland is an equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer.
Women and minorities are encouraged to apply.