Advanced Research Analyst

The Family Connects model is an evidence-based approach to supporting all newborns and their families. By reaching all families in a community, Family Connects improves health outcomes at the population level.

Family Connects International (FCI), the organization that provides the implementation, training, and technical support for the Family Connects model, began in 2001 under the leadership of Kenneth
Dodge, PhD, with the generous support of the Duke Endowment. Since the first pilot site in Durham, NC, in 2008, the program has expanded to over forty communities across the nation. FCI is unique from other nurse-home visiting programs for newborns, including those that are universal, because FCI can tailor its evidence-based program, implementation guidance, and policy support to the
different contexts of community partners which can potentially lead to a bigger impact for families of newborns as the model is scaled with quality assurance and community accountability.

FCI launched as a new business in Fall of 2022 and received its 501c3 status in February of 2022.

 

Occupational Summary:  Family Connects is a universal postpartum support program for parents of newborns. Its mission is to increase child well-being by bridging the gap between parent needs and community resources. The Family Connects International (FCI) Data and Analytics Team is seeking an Advanced Analytics Specialist to analyze data and develop visualizations on Family Connects program implementation in multiple communities. The role will lead trainings for internal staff and external community partners on how to use and interpret data and engage in ongoing data quality monitoring. The position will be supervised by the Associate Director of Community Impact and Innovation.

Work Performed: A detailed description of functional areas and tasks follows:

·       Lead, coordinate, perform, and analyze the collection, analysis, documentation and
interpretation of program implementation data.

·       Enhance data reporting processes to support both the FCI national office and local
community partnerships, including monitoring and maintaining data quality and
accuracy through regular review of Salesforce data against key performance
indicators and quality metrics.

·       Develop interactive data visualizations and reports using Tableau.

·       Evaluate and interpret collected data and prepare written reports and analyses with
projected trends and recommendations.

·       Provide technical support and training to FCI staff and community partners for the
Salesforce database.

·       Provide guidance, trainings, and technical support to FCI staff and external community
partners regarding data analysis and interpretation.

·       Synthesize literature and write summary reports for use in policy or research briefs.

·       Perform other related duties incidental to the work described herein.

 

Required Qualifications:

·       Bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience in psychology, public health, public policy,
health policy, or a related field is required. A Master’s degree is strongly preferred.

·       Five years of experience in research/data analysis or related position. A related
master’s degree may offset required years of experience on a 1:1 basis, e.g., a
two-year master’s degree in lieu two years of experience.

Desired Skills:

·       Knowledge of Tableau and Salesforce.

·       Knowledge of SAS or Stata preferred.

·       Experience conducting regression and descriptive analyses.

·       Experience leading trainings or presentations preferred.

·       Strong interest in learning about best practices in maternal and child health and
early childhood development.

Salary: $55,000-$65,000

FCI is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer committed to providing employment
opportunity without regard to an individual’s age, color, disability, gender, gender expression, gender identity, genetic information, national origin, race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, or veteran status.