The Data Analyst (Monitoring) will support the Monitoring Team (with additional support across a federal agency) in making more data-informed decisions through efficient and effective data collection, management, analysis, visualization, and reporting. The Data Analyst will help the Monitoring Team ensure care providers continually improve through the use of evidence from multiple sources.
Help enhance the Monitoring Team’s collection, management, analysis, and visualization of data
Works with the Monitoring Team, other federal staff, and other GDIT staff to enhance data collection, management, analysis, and visualization of data, to include corrective actions, recommendations, best practices, and monitoring tools/reports
Assists in identifying, documenting, tracking, and visualizing performance outcomes and indicators
Conducts, under the guidance of the Senior M&E Specialist, data interpretation and analysis using a data analytics platform
Prepares written summaries and presentations that reflect the results of the data analysis and presents findings to federal staff and, when approved, other stakeholders
Supports ad-hoc data reporting as needed
Data Collection, Management, Analysis, and Visualization Responsibilities
Helps develop, test, and administer data collection tools (digital or otherwise)
Tests and implements data management protocols (Excel or similar platforms)
Develops, tests, and implements data quality assessment (DQA) protocols
Conduct analyses of quantitative and/or qualitative monitoring, ORR-funded recipient, and/or contextual data (Excel or similar platforms)
Visualizes data for reports or in dashboards (Excel, PowerBI or similar platforms)
Provides training on salient data-related topics to team members, staff, and (when approved) federally-funded recipients
As required and approved, supports the drafting and dissemination of data-related communication and resources for federal staff and federally-funded recipients
Contributes to the development and writing of reports and other related deliverables
Collaborates with other federal staff to harmonize and refine data-related efforts across teams and recipients
With prior approval, accompanies Monitors on-site and/or remote monitoring visits to streamline and improve monitoring data, processes, and deliverables
Participates in meetings as required or working groups as requested
Assists with additional projects as needed
Requires BS/BA degree.
4+ years of experience with quantitative and/or qualitative data interpretation and analysis; program monitoring; and/or monitoring and evaluation (M&E)
Familiarity with at least one data visualization software (Tableau, Power BI, etc.) preferred
Expertise working with MS Office suite of tools, including MS Excel and MS Access
Exceptional analytical skills
Strong attention to detail
Strong written and verbal communication skills
Experience with social service programs
Experience working with immigrants, refugees, and underserved populations
Familiarity with SQL and relational databases
Familiarity with SharePoint-based workflows and tools
COVID-19 Vaccination Requirement: To protect the health and safety of its employees and to comply with customer requirements, GDIT may require employees in certain positions to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19. Vaccination requirements will depend on the status of the federal contractor mandate and customer site requirements.
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