Position Function:Provides expertise in data collection, analysis, and reportingconcerning faculty and staff data, and university planning andevaluation support for the University’s Office of InstitutionalResearch AnalysisSalary Grade : 15Please see Staff Compensation Structure orSkilled Crafts and ServiceMaintenance Compensation Schedule for salary ranges. For salarygrade UC, these positions are “Unclassified” and salary ranges aredetermined by the hiring department.Anticipated Appointment Date:November 16, 2020Essential Duties and Responsibilities:1. Data Modeling and Forecasting1. Perform data analysis and predictive modeling using a variety ofstatistical techniques for admissions forecasting, enrollmentprojections, and predicting curricular demand and graduationoutcomes.2. Working collaboratively and in consultation with other campusunits, design and implement evaluations of policies, programs, andinitiatives using appropriate research methods and statisticaltechniques. Produce written and oral reports with conclusions,implications, and recommendations.2. Strategic Planning and Decision Support1. Provide ad hoc reporting and analytic support to principalofficers, academic senate committees, and other decision-makingbodies.2. Gather, analyze, and present data and information in support ofkey strategic planning initiatives, including identifying sources,and appropriate comparative and benchmarking data.3. Contribute to dashboards for academic planning that display keymetrics for campus leadership.3. Data Management1. Working closely with the Data Management unit, participate inthe development of institutional databases by identifying dataneeds, requirements, specifications and sources.2. Assure the validity and quality of campus data submissions toexternal agencies and systems.3. Produce historical campus level and program specific reports ona quarterly or annual production schedule; Maintain information onunit’s website; and provide data and information for publicinformation requests, external surveys, and for mandatorycompliance reporting.4. Professional Development and Service1. Pursue opportunities to enhance expertise in areas of datascience, institutional research, higher education, and assessmentto keep skills current.2. Serve on campus-wide committees and workgroups as appropriate;interact with peers across MSU campus.Minimum Qualifications:Education: Bachelor’s Degree in Mathematics, Statistics, ComputerScience, Data Science, Information Systems, EducationAdministration, Business, Accounting, Public Administration, SocialSciences, or a closely related fieldExperience (yrs): Three years Experience in designing, analyzing,and reporting institutional research, or a closely relatedfieldSubstitutionsIndicated education is required; no substitutions allowed.When a candidate has the required education, but lacks the requiredexperience, they may normally apply additional education toward theexperience requirement at a rate of one (1) year of relevanteducation per year of required experience.Preferred Qualifications:Master’s degree in Mathematics, Statistics, Computer Science, DataScience, InformationSystems, Education Administration, Business, Accounting, PublicAdministration, Social Sciences, or a closely related fieldKnowledge, Skills, and Abilities:•Knowledge of data management, analysis, research design, andreporting for institutional research and higher educationprocesses.•Ability to identify and apply appropriate statistical techniquesbased on the research design•Ability to analyze and logically interpret data.•Experience organizing data sets into tabular and graphicpresentations.•Proficiency in Microsoft Office with the ability to work in Excelat an advanced level.•Proficiency in SQL•Ability to interpret and present complex information in variousformats to a diverse audience.•Capacity to communicate effectively both orally and inwriting.•Ability to establish and maintain cooperative and effectiveworking relationships at all levels of the organization.•Strong critical thinking and interpretive skills to analyzesituations, define problems, and develop/implement solutions.•Ability to establish goals, priorities, and timelines and to planwork accordingly.•Ability to complete projects independently and work cooperativelyas part of a team.•Ability to maintain confidentiality and security ofinformation.•Experience in working with large data sets.•Ability to follow guidelines and procedures.•Understanding of databases and data warehouse structures.•Experience extracting data from large relational databases andmerging data from multiple sources.•Extreme attention to detail and data accuracy while working onmultiple projects with competing deadlines.Working Conditions and Physical EffortNo unusual physical requirements. Requires no heavy lifting, andnearly all work is performed in a comfortable indoorfacility.Externally imposed deadlines; set and revised beyond one’s control;interruptions influence priorities; difficult to anticipate natureor volume of work with certainty beyond a few days; meeting ofdeadlines and coordination of unrelated activities are key toposition; may involve conflict-resolution or similar interactionsinvolving emotional issues or stress on a regular basis.Job frequently requires sitting, talking, hearing, handling objectswith hands.Job occasionally requires standing, walking, reaching, and liftingup to 50 poundsInstructions for Applying:Link to apply: http://explore.msujobs.msstate.edu/ Submit application through jobs.msstate.edu with an attachedresume, cover letter. If you have any questions about the position,please contact [email protected] Employment Opportunity Statement:MSU is an equal opportunity employer, and all qualified applicantswill receive consideration for employment without regard to race,color, ethnicity, sex, religion, national origin, disability, age,sexual orientation, genetic information, pregnancy, genderidentity, status as a U.S. veteran, and/or any other statusprotected by applicable law. We always welcome nominations andapplications from women, members of any minority group, and otherswho share our passion for building a diverse community thatreflects the diversity in our student population.
Leeds Bradford Airport Birmingham Airport Manchester Airport Luton Airport Gatwick Airport On 24 April 2019 the Employment Tribunal made a protective award to former employees of Monarch Airlines Limited to recompense them for the failure to consult about the potential for the redundancies following the business being put into administration.The Insolvency Service has received a copy of the protective award and we are processing the payments that are due to eligible former employees of the airline.Am I covered by the protective award?The protective award covers employees who worked from, or were based at, one of these sites: What do I need to do?You don’t need to take any further action just now. If you’re eligible for a Protective Award payment we aim to pay this within 12 weeks. However, we may contact you before this time if we need further information.
12SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr,Daniel Mica Dan Mica, former head of the Credit Union National Association (CUNA), established The DMA Group as a means to combine a myriad of experience into a one-stop consultancy. Elected in … Web: www.dmagroupdc.com Details With the CUNA Government Affairs Conference just a few weeks away (March 8-12) now is a good time to prepare for the meetings and engagements that the conference will bring. Of course, it is always important to have talking points and issue briefs ready for meeting members of Congress, however, another important component to these visits is careful consideration of the real audience, Congressional staff. The time that I spent as an elected member of the U.S. House of Representatives representing Florida accounts for some of the most satisfying years of my long career in politics and policy. What has been dropped off of my resume since that time, are all of the positions that I held in a congressional office up until I was elected. The decade I spent working tirelessly through the ranks of Capitol Hill starting as an intern, working up to sorting mail, being a Staff Assistant, Legislative Assistant and ultimately Chief of Staff.I personally know the importance and influence that staff has on every issue handled by a Congressional office, and I respect the fact that these (often quite young) men and women have a strong depth of knowledge on a variety of issues. As a member, I relied heavily on my staff to inform my decisions. When it is considered how many constituents and issues they handle on a regular basis, it is quite impressive. Throughout the rest of my career, I have stayed in touch with many of the people who worked in my Congressional office. I have an immense debt of gratitude for these people and the amazing job they did to serve our constituents.With this in mind, I would like to reiterate a point that I have made over my many years in advocacy and government relations–keep your representatives close and their staff closer! As you come to Washington and meet with personnel and committee staff in the House and Senate, keep in mind that their impression of you personally, not just the substance of your presentation, can play a role in how they view your position. This may seem unprofessional or wrong, and I would like to say that every legislative and policy decision is based purely on merit, but politics is people and a good personal impression and relationship can go a long way.Also, remember that today you may be speaking with a Staff Assistant or Legislative Assistant who tomorrow could be a Chief of Staff or a key player on a committee. In some cases you may even be speaking to a future member of the legislature! According to a profile of the 114th Congress released by the Congressional Research Service, there are at least 102 former congressional staffers (21 in the Senate, 81 in the House), as well as seven congressional pages (three in the House and four in the Senate) in the current legislature. As a resource, here is a link to information provided by the Congressional Management Foundation that gives a brief description of many of the staff you will encounter in a Congressional office.Everyone you meet on Capitol Hill is a potential friend to the Credit Union movement, and you may be the strongest example of what the movement represents. Carry the message and show them what we are all about–people helping people!
Each and every one of you is currently in a pivotal moment.You just might not know it.Is your business languishing in the face of an unprecedented level of challenge from a particularly fierce competitor? Are you being forced to continually do more with less, pushing you beyond the brink of effectiveness? Perhaps friends and family are quietly suffering because you are simply working too much, or you are not present enough when you are with them.Whatever the circumstance you find yourself in, you may well be in a pivotal moment; you just have to recognize it and decide it’s time to take control of the kind of legacy you leave. It may be time to envision a greater legacy, and then get after it with such energy that it recasts the challenges you face and expands the impact of your future moments in meaningful ways.Here’s how.Introducing The Five Footprints of Legacy – the ways we tend to leave legacies behind at work and in life. Get to work on making such imprints, even a few, each day and enjoy the daily doses of meaning that go along with those efforts. continue reading » 3SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr