Data Analyst, Vice-Rectorate for Research

Job Locations ES-Madrid
Posted Date 2 weeks ago(22/11/2022 11:37)
Job ID
2022-1687
# of Openings
1
Category
Other

Overview

Supervising and controlling the accuracy of the collection and management of information and data of the research activity carried out by IE Research Professors according to IE's strategic objectives, specifically those highlighted by the Vice-Dean / Vice-Rectorate for Research, assuring the promotion, development, financing and communication of this information in the corresponding reports and presentations.

Responsibilities

Key Action Areas:

  • Controlling the accuracy of collection, treatment, validation and dissemination of information and data on IE's research activity, for different departmental and institutional purposes (evaluations, rankings, official and private accreditations, etc.).
  • Analyzing, creating, and validating indicators and measures of research activity, and the profile of IE researchers for the purposes of scientific dissemination, strategic planning, communication, career evaluation, and other aims of interest.
  • Preparing reports and presentations according to the strategic plan.
  • Developing other special projects according to the needs of the department.

Qualifications

Requirements:

  • Bachelor in Business (with Data analysis specialization) / Computer Science /Applied Mathematics/ Reference and Bibliographic Service and Orientation or similar that involves training in data analysis and preferably familiarity in reporting scientific productivity and indicators.
  • Master´s degree would be a plus.
  • Experience in the design and use of databases, and data management / processing software
  • Advanced management of office applications (MS Office), especially Access and Excel
  • Knowledge of SQL and Python programming languages or similar.
  • Proficiency in the spoken and written English language. (Bilingualism required).

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