Reporting directly to the Director of Program Evaluation for the Pennsylvania Early Intervention Center (PEIC), the Data Analyst is responsible for: Interpreting data, analyzing results using statistical techniques and providing ongoing quarterly reports to both the state Office of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services (OMHSAS) and to individual CSC sites; Developing and implementing data analyses, data collection systems and other strategies that optimize efficiency and quality; acquiring data from primary or secondary data sources and maintaining databases; identify trends or patterns in complex datasets; filter and clean data by reviewing computer reports and performance indicators to locate and correct code problems; locate and define new process improvement needs; conducting full lifecycle analysis to include requirements, activities and design; develop analysis and reporting capabilities; monitor performance and quality control plans to identify improvements; work collaboratively with other IT/IS groups that support the technology needs of the PEIC and the Division of Neuropsychiatry; and write SOPs and MOPs as needed. This position is required to build custom scripting and custom applications to facilitate data needs. In addition, will work with data across many disparate databases; responsible for data conformity, validation, standardization and harmonization in order to make the data usable. Preparing dynamic dashboards for the PEIC, University and PennMedicine leadership; prepare reports for OMHSAS, marketing, and data for faculty members to support grant writing. Further responsibilities include Coordinate the state-wide evaluation of all FEP programs funded through SAMHSA block grants, Refinement of program fidelity instrument, assisting in revising program evaluation battery, acting as liaison to FEP sites; fielding questions, identifying problems and finding solutions for collecting program outcomes and assessing program fidelity.
Internal Number: 44229
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