Programmer Analyst, Office of Institutional Research and Effectiveness

  • Governors State University
  • 1 University Pkwy, University Park, IL 60484
  • May 15, 2020
Full time   Computer & Web Services, Info Technology Institutional Research & Planning

Job Description

Governors State University (GSU) is seeking a Programmer Analyst (PA) to join their Institutional Research team.

The Programmer Analyst is a member of the staff of the Office of Institutional Research and Effectiveness and is responsible for the technical work of extracting data, developing reports, and aiding in analysis and dissemination for areas across the campus and externally. The PA must utilize discretion and independent judgement in the development and management of complex research studies and projects utilizing the databases and resources available to the office.

Data management responsibilities include collecting and preparing data for analysis, including assessing data quality, as well as re-coding and merging data. The PA analysis and data extraction responsibilities range across a variety of subject areas and projects covering the entire higher education decision support spectrum, including students, faculty, the research enterprise, admissions, finances, staff, and other key institutional subject areas. The PA will occasionally collaborate with other University offices, thus strong communication and teamwork skills are necessary.

The ability to present complex data in a succinct, meaningful way to a variety of audiences is essential. Starting Salary Range: $45,766.50 to $60,000.00. (This is a non-negotiated position. Salary starts at the base and is determined based on Education and Experience exceeding the minimum qualifications).

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