Network Data Coordinator (Full or Part-Time)
The Network Data Coordinator supports the Director of Special Projects (DSP) and manages data regarding students and teachers, including state data compliance, internal data management, and various data projects. The position serves the Uncommon regions of Boston, Troy, and Rochester as a member of the Boston-Troy-Rochester Network team.
- Management of local, state and other external data reporting for the Rochester and Troy regions of Uncommon Schools, including:
- Interfacing with local, New York State, federal, and other systems to report student data, including but not limited to: Regional Information Centers, New York State’s Level 0, Level 1, VADIR, Teacher Access and Authorization, PD system, and the IRS portal, and the Federal Civil Rights Data system (experience with these systems is preferred, but not a prerequisite)
- Managing timelines for data submission to ensure preparation and accuracy;
- Creating and managing data validation processes;
- Coordinating with school and regional leaders on the timeline and data validation process;
- Maintaining a working knowledge of current reporting requirements; and
- Providing status reports regarding our compliance.
- Management of internal data processes, including:
- Management of Start of Year and End of Year processes in our internal PowerSchool student data system, including schedule creation and closing out the school year;
- Acting as the point person for PowerSchool questions in Rochester and Troy;
- Management of online tools used to track student data, including coordination with vendors;
- Ensuring school data accuracy by conducting data audits and coordinating with schools, regions, and home office teams to improve systems supporting data accuracy;
- Defining and documenting data collection processes; and
- Responding to requests for data for analysis purposes.
- Various projects related to data integrity and systems at the school and regional level; and
- Data analysis projects, as assigned by the DSP.
- Full time, Part-time, and Flexible options are available. Responsibilities will be adjusted depending on hours worked.
- Bachelor’s Degree;
- 1-3 years of work experience preferred
- Strong computer skills, especially with Microsoft Excel;
- Familiarity with local and State Data Platforms preferred;
- Familiarity with PowerSchool or other student data management systems preferred;
- Excellent organizational and project management skills;
- Strong customer service approach and communication skills;
- Maturity and ability to work independently;
- Passion for the mission of closing the achievement gap;
- A desire to work on a high-performing team and take on additional projects, be creative, and propose new solutions;
- Prior experience working in schools and/or urban communities is preferred
We offer a generous compensation package. All staff members are equipped with the tools needed to succeed, including a dedicated work space, laptop computer, email, high-speed internet access, and all necessary supplies.
The foregoing information is requested for mandatory government reporting purposes only. As an equal opportunity employer, we hire without consideration to race, religion, creed, color, national origin, age, gender, sexual orientation, marital status, veteran status, disability, or any other category protected by applicable law.
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