The Data Analyst is responsible for the collection, management, analysis, reporting, and visualization of program data to support the execution of an ongoing learning and development initiative for a federal client. The Data Analyst will work as a member of the Instructional Systems Design Team to conduct trend/gap analysis and ensure that all data related needs are fulfilled accurately and efficiently.
Essential Tasks Include:
Collaborate with task manager, training team members, and other designated staff as required to enhance data collection and analysis techniques across existing learning and development platforms.
Work in conjunction with the learning and development team to interpret data to enable data driven decision making.
Identify trends and assist with conducting gap analysis through the collection, management, analysis, and reporting of training-oriented data.
Contribute to overall continuous improvement efforts through compilation and analysis of survey data.
Manage data collection efforts to ensure that required data elements are being captured adequately and stored appropriately.
Work to streamline data collection and analysis to improve training development/delivery and enable timely deliverable completion/submission.
Conduct analysis of both quantitative and qualitative data using a data analytics platform such as Excel or similar platform.
Prepare written summaries and present reports that reflect the results of conducted data analysis and facilitate findings to various stakeholders.
Create data visualizations for inclusion in reports or in standalone dashboards (using Excel, Airtable, PowerBI, etc.).
Support ad-hoc data collection and reporting requests as needed.
Participate in meetings as required and assists with additional projects as needed.
Requires BS/BA degree with at least 5 years of direct data collection and analysis experience.
Proven proficiency with data collection and visualization platforms (Airtable, Excel, PowerBI).
Prior statistical analysis experience is preferred, but not required.
Experience conducting both quantitative and qualitative data analysis.
Strong written and verbal communication skills.
Exceptional analytical skills and attention to detail.
Ability to effectively contribute alongside a team of learning and development professionals and collaborate with stakeholders across varying levels of leadership.
Ability to obtain a Public Trust clearance.
About Our Work
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