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Data Analyst/senior Data Analyst 🔥


Data Analyst/Senior Data Analyst

Full Time with Benefits

Summary

The Child Health and Development Institute (CHDI) is seeking

a Data Analyst or Sr. Data Analyst to work on projects related to performance

improvement and dissemination of evidence-based practices in children’s

behavioral health. The position will be responsible for assisting

with standardized data collection and producing reports to support quality

improvement projects in community-based children’s behavioral health. The

Senior Data Analyst role involves greater oversight of data collection

and reporting, including supervisory responsibilities.

The ideal applicant will be proficient in database

management, data analysis, and reporting. The individual selected for this position

will work within grant- and contract-funded projects at CHDI. Opportunities to

contribute to CHDI and external publications may be available.

Required Education

and Skills

  • Bachelor’s Degree
  • (Master’s Degree preferred) in biostatistics, psychology, public health, child
  • development, or a closely related field;
  • A high degree of proficiency
  • with database management, data analysis, and reporting;
  • Experience receiving,
  • cleaning, and organizing large data sets using SPSS and Excel. Experience
  • with Google Docs and online survey tools (e.g., Survey Gizmo) is also
  • beneficial but not required;
  • Excellent interpersonal,
  • communication, and time management skills;
  • Experience writing syntax
  • in SPSS;
  • Experience creating and managing
  • large data systems used to collect provider-level data;
  • Skills and experience that
  • are preferred, but not required, include: managing and maintaining online
  • database systems; evaluation methods; quality improvement methods; understanding
  • of the CT’s children’s behavioral health system; program implementation; advanced
  • statistical analysis; QGIS/mapping; evidence-based practice; research
  • methods; and training methods.
  • Receive large datasets, clean,
  • and prepare data (e.g., identify missing data, identify and correct data
  • entry errors);
  • Coordinate with
  • community-based providers to answer questions and ensure accurate and
  • timely data entry;
  • Create and manage data systems
  • used to collect provider-level data, including working with contracted
  • web-based database developer;
  • Translate data between
  • statistical software programs and create and update formulas for data
  • analysis (primarily using SPSS and Excel);
  • Use statistical and word
  • processing applications (e.g., SPSS, Excel, Word, and PowerPoint) to analyze
  • and report data;
  • Produce reports that
  • include professional-quality tables, graphs, and figures and written
  • interpretation of findings;
  • Respond to ad hoc data
  • analysis requests from stakeholders;
  • Provide or support the
  • delivery of feedback to clinical providers, school staff, and other state
  • and community partners to support quality improvement processes;
  • Communicate findings, in
  • written and verbal formats, to internal and external stakeholders,
  • including opportunities to co-author CHDI and/or peer-reviewed
  • publications;
  • Regularly attend internal and
  • external team meetings to update team on progress toward deliverables;
  • Project coordination as
  • needed;
  • Potential supervisory responsibilities
  • in the Sr. Data Analyst role;
  • Collaborate with team to
  • translate findings into quality improvement and evaluation activities;
  • Ensure completion of
  • contract deliverables

Organization

CHDI is an independent, non-profit organization located in

Farmington, CT. Working in partnership with state and regional agencies,

providers, schools, universities, and other organizations, we strive to advance

equitable and sustainable improvements in behavioral health systems, practices,

and policy for all the state's children. Our work is concentrated in the areas

of evidence-based practice dissemination, system development and integration,

quality improvement, school mental health, data analysis and research,

evaluation, policy analysis, consultation, training, and technical assistance.

CHDI functions as an intermediary organization to develop,

train, disseminate, evaluate, and expand effective models of practice in

children’s mental health, juvenile justice, education, and other systems. We

partner closely in those efforts with the Department of Children and Families,

the State Department of Education, the CT Judicial Branch’s Court Support

Services Division, The University of Connecticut Department of Psychiatry, Yale

University School of Medicine, family advocacy organizations, community- based

providers, and others. CHDI does not provide direct clinical services.

Applications

To apply, please email to Lori Schon (schon@uchc.edu [1]) the following: (1) a detailed letter

of interest describing qualifications, experience, and interest in the project

described; (2) curriculum vitae. Applications will be considered on a rolling

basis until the position is filled. The position is contingent upon continued

funding.

CHDI is an equal opportunity employer and acknowledges this

in its solicitations or advertisements for employees. It is our policy to provide equal opportunity

to qualified individuals, at all levels of employment, regardless of race,

color, religious creed, age, sex, gender identity or expression, marital or

civil union status, national origin, ancestry, present or past history of

mental disability, intellectual disability, learning disability, physical

disability, including, but not limited to, blindness, military service, veteran

status, pregnancy, genetic information, or sexual orientation. This commitment

to equal opportunity applies to decisions related to all aspects of employment,

including recruiting, hiring, training, selection, promotion, development,

compensation, and the terms, privileges, and conditions of employment.

The Child Health

& Development Institute of CT, Inc. requires applicants to have current

legal authorization to work in the United States and the organization does not

sponsor applicants for work visas.


  1. mailto:schon@uchc.edu

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