To create tools for and conduct in-depth data analysis pertaining to a wide range of complex and critical university initiatives that incorporates and synthesizes financial, student, and faculty/staff information.
- Bachelors's degree in Business Administration, Finance, Accounting or other related field of study. - A minimum of seven to ten years of progressive experience required. - Higher Ed experience. - Advanced proficiency in SQL and Excel. - Successful candidate must possess an extremely strong technical data and reporting acumen and an ability to analyze issues and communicate with all levels of University management and external constituents - Exceptional verbal, interpersonal and written communication skills and ability to communicate complex business issues in a clear and concise manner. - Must understand business processes and possess the ability to proactively develop and assist in the implementation of business processes. - Strong project management skills and ability to effectively manage and prioritize multiple work assignments simultaneously.
- Experience with Banner Admin - SQL Certification - Microsoft Office Certification
Essential Functions and percent of time::
40% State Share of Instruction (SSI) – Maintain an expertise knowledge level of the continually changing State Share of Instruction (SSI) formula. Protect and maximize WSU's proportional share of SSI funding by assessing the accuracy of the formula and collaborating with key staff/faculty to ensure optimal coding of WSU's data within Ohio Department of Higher Education (ODHE) guidelines. Assign, evaluate, and maintain university Classification of Instructional Programs (CIP) codes. Compile and submit data to ODHE as requested. Participate in ODHESSI Technical committee and in ODHE meetings as scheduled. Provide information, education, and essential data regarding the SSI formula and funding to key staff/faculty in order to facilitate a broader campus-wide understanding of the status of SSI funding and how university practices impact the SSI funding that WSU receives.
45% Develop and expand reporting and tracking. Creation of reports, dashboards, and predictive modeling tools to inform decision making and monitor processes, enabling the identification, measurement, and monitoring of key metrics in support of effective decision making. Liaise with Institutional Research to support reporting such as Delaware Study, and Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) and/or Academic Data Series. Assist in identifying and compiling pertinent facts and data analysis for departmental reporting such as the annual Budget Book.
Position will operate within a typical office setting. Normal hours of operation are Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
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