The Institutional Research Analyst Senior is responsible for providing analytical support to The University's administrative efforts by creating and maintaining context data and information, providing statistical analyses, responding to surveys and ad-hoc information requests, developing and conducting custom research methods for institutional studies, and enhancing the University's effectiveness through information and process integration.
In this role, you employs advanced qualitative and quantitative techniques to analyze and measure the effectiveness, efficiency, and productivity of organizational programs, establishing study methods and techniques, and analyzing and evaluating the effectiveness of complex program operations.
In this role, you will manage the delivery of multiple project initiatives designed to enhance the services and level of support provided to the client. Maintain responsibility for the overall planning, organizing, directing, controlling, and delivery of all projects prioritized in alignment with the clients expectations and business needs.
In this role, the selected candidate will work closely with both business & IT project management to help identify, evaluate, prioritize and schedule potential new project work within a portfolio road map.
In this role, you will assist with the planning, coordination, analysis, organization, control, monitoring, and reporting of processes within (or affecting) Loan Research, as well as the leadership of new production, administration, and operational improvements.
Assist in development of internal controls and validation of supply chain rebates. Develop data collection tools and analytical methodology to use for analysis purposes. Interpret data concerning financial trends and economic and business forecasts as they relate to the performance metrics and provide recommendations to Supply Chain Management.
In this role, the selected candidate will work on the identification and protection of Critical Program Information (CPI) and analysis and development of anti-tamper (AT) solutions to ensure that developed.
The candidate will work independently and lead a multiple contractor team with responsibility for performing requirements analyses, system level performance analyses including definition of and evaluation of technical performance measures, analysis and synthesis of threats and scenarios, system limitations analysis, functional analysis, timeline analysis, effectiveness analysis, and trade studies.