Student Information System Data and Reporting Analyst

About the Position
The Student Information System (SIS) Data and Reporting Analyst is responsible for coordinating and monitoring the collection and submission of sensitive district data that is provided to the Colorado Department of Education (CDE) and utilized by the District. The Analyst facilitates knowledge of data requirements to divisions and departments to include developing and monitoring data integrity protocols and reporting and containing data breaches. The Analyst is responsible for coordinating elements of the October Pupil Count, maintaining the district's civil rights collection data, managing data warehouses, and verifying the accuracy of state reporting through the CDE data pipeline. Using multiple error/anomaly resolution techniques and tools and integrating automated error detection software, the Analyst will interpret data and create descriptive real-time and near real-time data dashboards. The Analyst will also facilitate knowledge management for district employees and the Board of Education by performing statistical analysis, demographic measurements, status measurements and data format conversions. The Analyst will assist the SIS Senior Data Analyst with implementation and improvement related to student information system.
Work Schedule: full year/261 days
Reports to: Senior Data Analyst
Starting Pay Range: $46,000 - $64,000 annually, depending on experience
Full-time or Part-time: Full-time
Benefits: Benefits eligible
Duties and Responsibilities
Assists the SIS Senior Data Analyst in organizing and analyzing student information to investigate trends and prepare findings for a variety of formal and informal reports.
Provides information to schools, staff and parents regarding the impact of data breaches and status of data security restoration actions in accordance with the Student Data Transparency and Security Act.
Serves as a district liaison between the Colorado Department of Education and schools regarding student information data and state reporting issues.
Assists the district's departmental and building staffs with the data formats and error resolution required to support state reporting in coordination with the SIS Senior Data Analyst and Central Registration Supervisor.
Maintains and cross-references databases of student at-risk factors (e.g., discipline outcomes, truancy, etc.).
Maintains a high level of competence and skill using statistical analysis, data visualization, and presentation applications to support analysis of school district trends and Board of Education reporting requirements.
Supports the SIS Senior Data Analyst with analyzing, prioritizing, and resolving SIS Help Desk tickets.
Supports the SIS Senior Data Analyst with district User Group training in preparation for state reporting.
Compiles, processes and submits CDE reports in coordination with the Central Registration Supervisor.
Perform other job-related duties as assigned.
The requirements listed below are representative of the education, experience, knowledge, skills, and/or abilities required for this position.
Education & Training:
Bachelor's degree or equivalent advanced training in supporting civil or government Human Resources employee databases, school district SISs, university SISs, or other similar relational database management systems.
Three years or more experience in SIS support or three years or more experience in the data management field.
Experience programming with SQL functions, coding, and processing for Colorado state reports preferred.
Experience with Student Information System Management, coding and processing state reports is preferred.
Knowledge Skills & Abilities:
Operating knowledge of and experience with data management and analysis?including advanced written and oral communication skills.
Excellent real-time (in-person or distant) presentation ability, written communication prowess, and interpersonal skills.
Possesses advanced skills in word processing spreadsheets development, and data visualization are key attributes.
Excellent communication skills, to include the ability to effectively translate/teach technical information to a non-technical audience, are desired.
In-depth technical knowledge of Microsoft and Apple Operating Systems, Microsoft SQL (Structured Query Language) Server, Oracle, the Microsoft Office Suite, and enterprise resource planning applications.
Knowledge of information security practices is desired.
The ability to perform, track, and provide the current status of multiple ongoing tasks is also desired.
The ability to compartmentalize and keep sensitive information confidential is highly desired.
About District 49
School District 49, the fastest growing district in the Pikes Peak region, hosts 23 exceptional schools and programs within four distinct innovation zones, providing preK-12-aligned curriculum, online and alternative programming and homeschool enrichment. Home to more than 20,000 students and 1,800 staff members, District 49 aims to be the best choice to learn, work and lead. As one of Colorado's only two recognized districts of Innovation, District 49 is a challenging and stimulating place to lead. As part of our commitment to innovate, we host a robust portfolio of conventional, charter, online, and blended schools, including homeschool support as well as career and technical education. EOE M/F/D/V
Application Instructions
The entire application process is completed online. Please complete and upload all documents via the Applitrack system. For your application to be deemed complete, you must complete the following:
1. Answer all questions on the application including all disclosure questions.
2. Upload letter of introduction.
3. Upload 3 letters of recommendation.
4. Upload current resume.
5. Upload full and complete transcripts, if applicable, beginning with your Bachelors degee.
Non-Discrimination Disclosure
District 49 does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, or age in its programs and activities and provides equal access to the Boy Scouts and other designated youth groups. For further information on notice of non-discrimination, visit the Office of Civil Rights for the address and phone number of the office that serves your area, or call 1-800-421-3481.

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