[Tair-l] We're Hiring! Senior Data Analyst Opening in San Antonio

Larkan-Skinner, Kara klarkan-skinner at ollusa.edu
Fri Jun 8 10:04:04 CDT 2018

Our Lady of the Lake University in San Antonio has an exciting opportunity for an experienced analyst who is interested in joining the higher education analytics movement. The Senior Data Analyst will be integral in the expansion from a traditional institutional research office into an office of analytics. The office has already made significant shifts toward analytics and needs the right individual to expand the analytics capability.

This is an exciting time to join Our Lady of the Lake University as the university engages in a new strategic plan, has just built a $15 million residence hall, is constructing a new campus in Houston, and has a growing national online presence. The new Senior Data Analyst will have a significant impact on contributing to current growth and supporting new growth.

The right individual will need the following attributes: advanced technical skills (programming, and understanding of complex data systems); flexible and adaptable to change; and the ability to collaborate with a variety of stakeholders. The benefits of this position include the opportunity to be at the forefront of changes happening in the profession, institutional support, a positive team environment, significant opportunity for professional development and growth, and working at a university that is committed to student success. Highly competitive salary and benefits.

Find out more details about the job or submit your application at: https://ollusa.interviewexchange.com/jobofferdetails.jsp?JOBID=98612

Feel free to email or call me if you have any questions.

Kara Larkan-Skinner, Ed.D.
Assistant Vice President for Institutional Effectiveness and Accreditation
Our Lady of the Lake University
klarkan-skinner at ollusa.edu

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