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Data Analyst

Employer
Equiliem
Location
Morrisville, North Carolina, US
Salary
Competitive
Closing date
Aug 6, 2022

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Sector
Academic / Research
Field
Conservation science
Discipline
Climate Change
Salary Type
Salary
Employment Type
Full time
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We are looking for a Data Analyst for our client, the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences for the National Institutes of Health, in Morrisville, NC.

  • W-2 Only
  • Contract
  • Full-Time
  • Hybrid


Overall Position Summary and Objectives The position will independently provide leadership and guidance for evaluation and hazardous worker job training services to satisfy the overall operational objectives of the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences.

Minimum Education

Bachelor's

Resume Max Pages

3

Skills (Ranked By Priority)
  • Program Evaluation
  • Knowledge of occupational health and safety training, including HAZWOPER and OSHA training requirements
  • Data analysis
  • Data presentation
  • Knowledge of HAZWOPER and OASH training requirements

1, 2, 3, 4, 5 represents priority rankings, where 1 is highest priority and 5 is lowest priority of those ranked

Software
  • MS Office
  • Qualitative Analysis software


Field of Study
  • Multi-Disciplinary or General Science
  • Community and Public Health
  • Interdisciplinary Social Sciences
  • Industrial and Organizational Psychology
  • Environmental Science


DELIVERABLES
  • Work products and documents related to promotion and evaluation of worker health and safety training tools/curricula, training sessions, workshops, and conferences. - Ad-Hoc
  • Work products and documents related to grantee engagement and site visits that support collaborative development of lessons learned and best practices around worker safety and hazardous waste, emergency operations, and infectious diseases. - Ad-Hoc
  • Work products and documents related to collaboratively establishing and implementing efficient communication systems and protocols to support grantee reporting and program evaluation. - Ad-Hoc
  • Work products and documents related to promotion and use of WTP's evaluation framework across grantees and assessment of progress report summaries, quantitative training data, and qualitative process and outcome data for overall impact of the program or priority topic. A training evaluation strategy should allow evaluators and stakeholders to determine how WTP's work has facilitated grantee implementation of training, outcomes associated with grantee training, challenges, lessons learned, and future recommendations. - Ad-Hoc
  • Work products and documents related to supporting grantees in evaluation of their individual programs or cross-grantee assessments. - Ad-Hoc
  • Work products and documents providing support for additional efforts related to training program objectives, evaluation guidance, Data Management System data collection, strategies for program implementation, and reporting on outcomes as required. Provide materials and data to be used to make decisions regarding programmatic direction. - Ad-Hoc
  • Work products and documents related to participation in scheduled staff and division meetings. - Ad-Hoc


STATEMENT OF WORK DETAILS

Collects and analyzes data for a variety of studies.
  • Provide support and guidance to NIEHS WTP in their areas of expertise and provide a multi-disciplinary behavioral and social science base for WTP. This includes ongoing and emerging worker hazards across sectors, as well as disaster response worker hazards.
  • Collaborate with WETB leadership to support the delivery of high quality and efficacious worker health and safety training as well as related meetings and workshops.
  • Provide expertise and coordinated assistance with the enhancement of the national emergency response framework to support WTP's disaster response efforts for topics such as opioids, COVID-19, and climate-related events.
  • Participate in and provide leadership for the development, implementation, and improvement of program evaluation and monitoring efforts for the NIEHS Worker Training Program. Strategize program evaluation needs and priorities. Evaluation topics include WTP's component programs and priority topics, such as HAZWOPER and OSHA training, environmental justice, climate change, COVID-19, and opioids.
  • Conceptualize and write content for fact sheets, peer-reviewed articles, formal presentations, and other means of sharing evaluation findings and WTP accomplishments. Provide related scientific materials, peer-reviewed literature, and training assessment data to be used in decision making regarding future programmatic directions.
  • Develop evaluation plans and methods to analyze quantitative and qualitative data. Use data to conceptualize communications and dissemination plans, and to report on program activities, challenges, accomplishments, and recommendations.


Organizes data to provide functional reporting.
  • Perform statistical analysis for each project.
  • Perform quality checks to ensure consistency, integrity and robustness of data.
  • Provide analysis, analytical modeling, and/or data visualization on data sets using relevant data tools.
  • Develop evaluation plans and methods to analyze quantitative and qualitative data.
  • Participate in and provide leadership for the development, implementation, and improvement of program evaluation and monitoring efforts for the NIEHS Worker Training Program. Strategize program evaluation needs and priorities. Evaluation topics include WTP's component programs and priority topics, such as HAZWOPER and OSHA training, environmental justice, workforce development/job training, climate change, COVID-19, and opioids.
  • Provide support and guidance to NIEHS WTP in their areas of expertise and provide a multi-disciplinary behavioral and social science base for WTP. This includes ongoing and emerging worker hazards across sectors, as well as disaster response worker hazards.


Creates and maintains a variety of reports.
  • Prepare tables and figures from data analyses.


Manages storage and backup systems.
  • Complete data analyses and draft manuscript from study results.
  • Maintain data for past and present studies.
  • Work with staff to curate data, retrieve records, generate reports and act as a liaison with academic and industry researchers.
  • Compile results of analysis projects into detailed reports.
  • Use collected data to conceptualize communications and dissemination plans, and to report on program activities, challenges, accomplishments, and recommendations.
  • Conceptualize and write content for fact sheets, peer-reviewed articles, formal presentations, and other means of sharing evaluation findings and WTP accomplishments. Provide related scientific materials, peer-reviewed literature, and training and workforce development assessment data to be used in decision making regarding future programmatic directions.


Participates in the development and design of databases for tracking and statistical purposes that incorporate multiple data fields required by scientists.
  • Perform data auditing for quality assurance of data entry review.


Assists with coordination of statistical data analysis for numerous ongoing studies by collecting, organizing, and tracking information.
  • Participate in the design and implementation of data reporting tools.


Manages projects and quickly responds to inquiries about status.
  • Develop data dictionaries for each database.


Coordinates statistical data analysis for numerous ongoing studies by collecting, organizing, and tracking information.
  • Identify possible trends and patterns in the data; communicate relevant findings that support problem solving and decision making.
  • Work with database users to identify and resolve cases of missing data.
  • Collaborate with WETB leadership to support the delivery of high quality and efficacious worker health and safety training; related meetings and workshops; and WTP's role in the national emergency response framework and response efforts for topics such as opioids, COVID-19, and climate-related events.


Develops and designs databases for tracking and statistical purposes that incorporate multiple data fields required by scientists.
  • Prepare databases and reports for staff; perform various tracking and analysis of branch data to include spreadsheet preparation and interpretation.


Other
  • Participate in the design and implementation of data reporting tools.
  • Evaluate data utility in developing and executing long-range strategic plans.
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