We’re all about mission at Vermont Student Assistance Corporation (VSAC). Help us fulfill our mission of providing all Vermont students with information and financial resources to reach their educational goals.
VSAC is looking for an inquisitive and detail-oriented problem solver to be the data and database specialist for Vermont State GEAR UP, working closely with the GEAR UP grant evaluator to produce all data for reporting and staff needs. This position will also work across the Career and Education Outreach department to support database administration, effective use of technology, and process improvement. GEAR UP and VSAC’s other outreach programs are funded by the Federal Department of Education and designed to increase the high school graduation and post-secondary enrollment rates for students who are from modest income backgrounds, first in their families to go to college, and/or experiencing other forms of inequity and exclusion.
The ideal candidate has a passion for data and analytics, excellent problem-solving skills, and a knack for computers and technology. If you are self-sufficient but proactively seek input from the team when needed, an enthusiastic collaborator and relationship builder with strong communication skills; exercise sound judgment when working with sensitive data and when communicating with program partners – we encourage you to apply! The minimum requirements for this role are a bachelor’s degree in mathematics, sciences, computer science, information technology, or a related field (Master’s degree preferred). Experience in data entry, data administration, quantitative research, and/or evaluation. Advanced skills with Microsoft Excel.
VSAC offers a dynamic, professional environment with competitive compensation and generous benefits package that includes health and dental insurance, retirement plans, tuition assistance, onsite fitness center, and more. Apply ONLY on line at www.vsac.org (Jobs at VSAC link in site footer).
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