Description: The Digital Projects Analyst develops and maintains a portfolio of projects that provide business intelligence and analytic support for program evaluation at the Medical Center Library and Archives. This position works collaboratively with cross-functional teams including librarians, end users, application developers, and domain experts to create user-friendly reporting tools in order to enhance internal workflows and improve external services. Responsibilities include developing reporting tools or other dashboards to display publication data from institutional authors, creating dashboards to aggregate usage data from library resources, maintaining a tracking system for monitoring institutional compliance with the NIH Public Access Policy, and participating in Web analytics projects. As part of the Information Technology team, the Analyst also collaborates with other Library IT staff on IT projects, such as Web services and licensed applications, and provides backup support for hardware and software issues.
Qualifications: Work requires knowledge and skills generally acquired through completion of a Bachelor's degree program in business, computer science, mathematics, statistics or social sciences. Work requires knowledge of both statistical analysis and interpretation generally acquired through at least two years of relevant experience.