Research & Statistics Analyst
The Vermont Commission on Women has an opportunity for you to combine your passion for equity and your expertise in data to help make our state a more equitable place for all. The VCW Data Management Coordinator will work independently and collaboratively to collect, analyze, interpret, and communicate quantitative and qualitative data relating to women’s well-being in Vermont.
The Data Management Coordinator will collaborate with a wide range of partners and consult a variety of sources to collect and analyze data disaggregated by gender. Partners and sources may include State of Vermont agencies, departments, and programs; the Executive Director of Racial Equity; nonprofit, business, educational, and other groups in Vermont; the US Census and American Community Survey, and other federal agencies. They will identify key points and relationships in the data, identify topics for further research, and assist with building systems for ongoing reporting of data related to women’s well-being in Vermont. They will communicate the results of data analysis in a variety of forms, to a variety of audiences, including the general public, and will contribute to the Change the Story VT partnership’s work improving economic security for Vermont women.
This is a temporary, part-time position. The work schedule will be approximately 12 hours weekly. Some flexibility may be available for establishing the daily work schedule.
Specific duties will include, but not be limited to:
- Collect, analyze, interpret, and communicate data relating to women’s well-being in Vermont.
- Interpret quantitative and qualitative data, identifying key points and relationships.
- Collaborate with State agencies, departments, and programs to collect and analyze data disaggregated by gender. Examples of such data may include that relating to workforce development, economic development, economic and labor market information, education, social benefit programs such as Reach Up and the Child Care Financial Assistance Program, health care, women and minority-owned businesses and state contracting procedures, and others. Collaborate with a broad array of partners to compile data regarding the experiences of women of all backgrounds in Vermont. Collaborate with nonprofit, business, educational, and other groups in Vermont to collect and analyze data.
- Collect data from sources such as the US Census and American Community Survey, US Department of Labor, the US Bureau of Labor Statistics, and the Vermont Department of Labor.
- Assist with building systems for ongoing reporting of data related to women’s well-being in Vermont.
- Research and compile data relating to various aspects of women’s leadership, including political, business, and occupational.
- Analyze and interpret statewide survey results, including a significant body of qualitative responses.
- Identify topics for additional research.
- Communicate the results of data analysis in a variety of forms, including written narratives; tables, graphs, or other data visualizations; and present materials, reports, and briefs to a wide variety of audiences, including the general public, employers, and policymakers.