The American Institutes for Research (AIR) is a leading professional services firm with a growing Reporting Team. We are pioneers in the design and building of online and paper reports that are based on powerful, behind-the-scenes analysis of student test score data, making a real impact for teachers and students across the country.
We are currently seeking a Data Reporting Assistant to join our Score Reporting team in the Washington, DC (Georgetown) office.
The Data Reporting Assistant will have the following responsibilities:
Data Design •Think strategically about uses of data and how data use interacts with data design •Creatively visualize data in a variety of formats to provide relevant insights to families, schools and districts •Work with senior psychometricians and clients to establish new measures and visual displays to communicate the measures
Reporting •Responsible for gathering reporting specifications across multiple clients •Use detailed specifications documents to compose and produce accurate reports based on user requirements •Develop, deploy, and maintain reports using AIR’s proprietary Online Reporting System
Client Communications •Travel to various States to lead and facilitate client meetings to gather reporting specifications for paper and online reports •Train end users to access and understand online and paper reporting tools
Data Analysis •Use documented logic to query the data for anomalies or inconsistencies •Conduct rigorous quality assurance checks on systems data integration for all online reports across multiple clients
Project Management •Work with program managers, designers, and software project managers to implement the next generation of paper and online reporting tools •Develop and manage schedules and key milestones for multiple reporting projects .
• Bachelor’s degree in a Statistics, Economics, Educational Measurement, or a related field required. Master’s degree in Business Management or Public Administration a plus. • Experience with programming, data analysis or data reporting in any industry is desired. • Experience working with online systems is desired. • Must have the ability to work with a matrix team that includes graphic project managers, designers, developers and software testers. • Must have strong knowledge of Excel. • Must have excellent client communication skills.
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