Position Details


Data Coordinator and Program Analyst

ID: EFED-002 Location: Washington Program: ERS
Wage/Hr: $65.00 Hours/Week: 27 Minimum Age: 55

Qualifications:

PhD Degree in Economics or related social science OR Minimum of 20 year(s) of experience in managing all administrative aspects related to data and IT uses of an organization.

  • ability to organize; ability and experience in running a program with various data sources and multiple data users; ability to understand contracts and contracts laws; knowledge of security and privacy laws and regulations; ability to track a program operation, assess its efficiency and improve processes.
  • Experience required with Windows, MS Word, MS Excel, MS Access, Power Point
  • ERS software, if applicable

Duties:

This position is considered temporary and is currently funded for approximately 52 weeks with the possibility of an extension. Provides access to internal and external users of Division’s data and statistics; serves as the point of contact between the users and data product owners; supports all phases of acquiring data, arranging and managing storage; provides access to external and internal users; tracks users and usage statistics; and summarizes use statistics and recommends improvements to FED management on related processes; and develops and maintains an up-to-date inventory of all data resources and products of the Division.

  • Supports all phases of obtaining data, developing MOUs, arranging and managing storage; provides access to external and internal users; tracks users and usage statistics; and summarizes use statistics and recommends improvements to FED management on related processes. 35%
  • Works closely with the Senior Management to provide services on Data and IT usage and implements administrative management policies, procedures, operations, goals and objectives for the Division. 25%
  • Ensures procedural protocols to meet Federal, USDA, and Agency confidentiality, privacy, and security polices and regulations and requirements (such as confidentiality and privacy laws related to using non-public data) across FED data products. 25%
  • Supports all phases of obtaining data, arranging and managing storage; provides access to external and internal users; tracks users and usage statistics; and summarizes use statistics and recommends improvements to FED management on related processes. 15%

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