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Analysis and Planning Consultant 4

The Ross and Carol Nese College of Nursing seeks applicants for a full-time Analysis and Planning Consultant position at the University Park Campus. Reporting directly to the Director of Finance […]

Analysis and Planning Consultant 4
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The Ross and Carol Nese College of Nursing seeks applicants for a full-time Analysis and Planning Consultant position at the University Park Campus. Reporting directly to the Director of Finance and Administration, will work in close collaboration with the college’s Dean, Academic Administrators, Program Directors, and Nursing Program Coordinators at ten campuses. Serve as the College’s metadata expert.


This position has a significant leadership role in the college as the leader of the college’s Assessment Committee, Strategic Planning Committee, and Accreditation Committee. Serve as the Faculty Insight Steward creating reports, conducting training, and assisting faculty with data collection.

  • Lead the College’s Assessment Committee
  • Develop and support on-going assessment activities, including maintenance of the self-evaluation plan, alumni and employer surveys and Key Performance Indicators measuring student success
  • Develop assessment outcomes in conjunction with the College’s academic administrators, faculty, the data analyst, and others. Lead the College’s Accreditation Committee
  • Responsible for continuous progress improvements and monitoring numerous accreditation subcommittees ensuring compliance with the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE) standards for all Nursing programs including University Park, World Campus, and ten Commonwealth Campuses
  • Lead the College’s Strategic Planning Committee ensuring assessment and strategic planning efforts align with the College’s vison, mission, core values and the University’s strategic planning efforts
  • Supervise the College’s Data Analysis unit and all College data collection and reporting activities
  • Maintain a comprehensive inventory of all data held within the College. Create, maintain, and modify new and legacy databases that standardize collected data and enhance data retrieval
  • Develop user-friendly self-service web-based dashboards, predictive models, and reports. Complete all university and external requests for non-financial data ensuring timely and accurate reports.


The successful candidate will be detailed orientated, capable of managing multiple projects and data requests from stakeholders, have excellent analytical skills including developing statistical models, and has previously demonstrated the ability to work independently and collaboratively with superior oral and written communication skills.


This position requires a Master’s Degree or higher and 3+ years of related experience, or an equivalent combintion of education and experience.


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