Data and Evaluation Analyst, Maternity Care Coalition

Posted by Maternity Care Coalition on March 2, 2015

Maternity Care Coalition (MCC), a dynamic $8m nonprofit, supports maternal and child health and well-being through a mix of evidence-based programs and the collaborative efforts of individuals, families, providers and communities. The Program Evaluation Department seeks an energetic professional with excellent computer and database management skills to expand and maintain the agency’s performance management system, using Efforts to Outcomes (ETO). The Analyst will be responsible for providing timely and accurate information to managers and funders about program performance. This includes simple queries, writing new reports and computing basic descriptive statistical analysis (averages, counts, simple correlations), using ETO. In addition, the Analyst will maintain/expand the data quality assurance process and user- friendly database interface, minimizing demands on staff time This is an ideal position for a dedicated, visionary professional who would like to grow their career in program evaluation. MCC is an advanced ETO user, well-positioned for significant advancement of its program evaluation activities. Qualified candidates will have a Bachelor Degree preferably in computer science or with computer science coursework. In addition you must be customer-service oriented and highly responsive to program staff needs. A Solid understanding of relational databases and proficiency in Microsoft Excel and Microsoft Access (or other relational database) is essential. (Data imports and exports, developing reports). Hands-on SQL programming experience is a plus. Prior knowledge of ETO is not required. Both full and part time candidates will be considered for this opportunity.

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