Institutional Studies Assistant (SL2)

Institutional Studies Assistant (SL2)

This title is in the unclassified service and in the SUNY Professional Services Negotiating Unit.

Positions in this series are concerned with the collection and interpretation of data derived from institutional research studies conducted to provide a basis for administrative decision- making at both campus and university-wide levels. The major areas of concern in an institutional research program are administrative studies, behavioral research, planning studies, and information system creation although there may be consider- able variation in the attention accorded each of these areas at the various campuses. An institutional research program ordinarily encompasses studies of students, faculty, curriculum, enrollment, finance, and other areas of higher education in an effort to generate information about unit costs, speak utilization, class size, staff workload, institutional quality and student success.

Preferred Qualifications:

A Bachelor's degree or three years of statistical analytical, or accounting, experience, and a minimum of two years of college with emphasis on mathematics or statistics.

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