This position coordinates all components of statistical data information for the Office of Probation Administration and is responsible for the creation, analysis and management of data associated with data center utilization. This includes the planning and executing of Probation data pertaining to offender analysis, trends/deviations, and the completion of quantitative methods to generate, analyze and interpret information from multiple data sources. A high degree of initiative and judgment in the performance of assigned responsibilities is expected. This position will utilize standard and ad hoc reporting tools in the collection, preparation, and archiving of detailed statistical data for monthly and annual reporting; develop and maintain a process regarding data maintenance and management of probation/offender data; complete annual and specialized reports that feature comparative data analysis; assist in the development of data management curriculum and perform training exercises as needed; track quality/success of data research against defined requirements; and develop methodologies for analyzing and accurately interpreting data.
Shall possess the ability to develop, implement, manage, and evaluate projects and processes and facilitate satisfactory communication and resolution of data analysis problems. Possess proficient computer skills. Knowledge of research techniques, both quantitative and qualitative, including survey design. Ability to communicate regularly and effectively with team members and supervisory staff and conduct training and information sessions as needed. Be knowledgeable in new/revised products and tools that enhance data report delivery.
A Bachelor’s degree or higher in statistics, business, applied mathematics, sociology, or related field is desired. Undergraduate or graduate work in data analysis, research methods, and SQL is also desired. Experience in applying statistical methods and techniques such as standard deviation, correlation coefficient, regression analysis, or other inferential statistics to program, with administrative or demographic data as well as post high school coursework/training in inferential/inductive statistical analysis.
The ability to speak Spanish is desired but not required. A State of Nebraska application for employment must be received by the closing date/time.
Notify the Administrative Office (402-471-4140) for special accommodations relating to the American with Disabilities Act. For persons with hearing impairment, please call the Nebraska Relay System, 7-1-1. AA/EOE.