Director – Data Analytics – Education (Remote)

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  • Post Date: June 23, 2022
  • Apply Before: August 22, 2022
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The Director will lead tactical and strategic aspects of the collection, analysis, and reporting of Mayo Clinic Education data including enrollment management, course and program evaluation, accreditation, regulatory reporting, institutional effectiveness, and learner to workforce conversion. The Director will inform data elements, potential data sources and timelines related to the education life cycle and domains that are key to our data infrastructure for evaluation and accreditation, including recruitment & retention, faculty roles & teaching effectiveness, learner performance, and alumni outcomes. The Director leads the data governance strategy and a high performing team of data management and business intelligence professionals to advance the data and analytics capabilities of MCCMS and Education. This key Education leadership role requires collaboration, influence and change management within and outside of Education to drive processes, workflows, and systems, using data to demonstrate Mayo Clinic’s position in higher education and Education’s value and impact on the workforce. The Director will serve as lead steward of Education’s data and information and will envision, develop, and implement standardization of data architecture, data literature, analytics, and data governance across sites, schools and business units. The position requires a data driven strategist to lead as MCCMS engages in new approaches and the ways of a data-centric culture in which data is considered a core business asset. The ideal candidate possesses a deep understanding of higher education and the latest practices in data analysis and interpretation within a complex, highly matrixed organization. This position requires a skilled team builder with impeccable communication skills to act as a data ambassador across the College, Mayo Clinic, and its sites. As MCCMS transforms to a data-centric culture, the Director will work with constituents throughout the institution and interpret data in order to develop and implement impactful strategies that help solve challenges and inspire creative solutions that lead to new opportunities. The Director is responsible for budget development and oversight, implementation of policies and systems, and guides staff recruitment, development, and retention strategies for analytics team. Able to understand and effectively align operational needs and capabilities with technology solutions and end-to-end processes that optimize end results in a cost-effective way while having an eye toward the future and scale. Capable of creative problem solving to create operational solutions that are simple, engaging and create value to the end users and align with organizational strategies and priorities.

Requires a graduate degree and ten years of related experience. At least four years of previous management experience is also required. Experience leading data operations in higher education (e.g., Office of Institutional Research) is preferred. Demonstrated success in identifying and bridging business needs with technical solutions. Proven ability to effectively manage budget and personnel, including ability to effectively build, lead, and motivate teams of individuals with diverse skills and abilities. Must have the ability to build successful, collaborative relationships with highest levels of physician and administrative leadership, and to understand and strategically apply analytics and analysis to complex and evolving business needs. Must possess strong leadership, analytical, oral and written communication, and presentation skills, and superior interpersonal skills to facilitate effective relationships both within and outside of Mayo Clinic; solid organizational skills; track record in leading projects and building positive relationships with cross functional, interdisciplinary and interprofessional teams and business units. Must possess political savvy, ability to function effectively in the face of ambiguity and excellent relationship-building skills. A thorough understanding of analytics, data in higher education, and business analysis, as well as high level computer proficiency and knowledge of technology trends is required. Must demonstrate ability to work effectively in consensus-style operation that expects and promotes teamwork. Demonstrated ability to appropriately handle sensitive/proprietary information. Position will be primarily remote though availability for some travel is required. Mayo Clinic is located in the heart of downtown Rochester, Minnesota, a vibrant, friendly city that provides a highly livable environment for more than 34,000 Mayo staff and students. The city is consistently ranked among the best places to live in the United States because of its affordable cost of living, healthy lifestyle, excellent school systems and exceptionally high quality of life.

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