About the Role
The Calling All Allies Project is seeking a data analyst to analyze our standard Organizational Equity Assessment findings. You will have access to the raw data and the dashboard of our survey platform. Must be available to analyze the data and provide results within four days. Candidates must have at least one year of relevant data experience.
Analyze data using statistical methods
Performs complex analyses.
Analyzes problems and determines root causes.
Provides consulting and analytic services to leadership.
Collaborate with leaders and managers to assess and address data and reporting needs for various company projects
Create reports to share findings and recommendations with the internal team and other stakeholders
Create statistical models that depict company-wide trends
Perform testing and validation of data sets
Document structures and types of business data
Bachelor's degree in business administration, economics, computer science, management information systems, or related field or equivalent related experience
1+ years of experience in a data analyst or relevant role
Advanced analytical knowledge of data
Expert with Microsoft Excel and various business intelligence and analytical tools
Understanding of data gathering, inspecting, cleansing, transforming, and modeling/diagramming techniques.
Keen attention to detail
Process-oriented with outstanding documentation skills
Demonstrated knowledge of and skill in adaptability, decision making, customer service, interpersonal relations, oral communication, problem-solving, project management, quality management, teamwork, written communication, group presentations, group process facilitation, influence, strategic thinking, and team building.
About the Company
The Calling All Allies Project (CAAP) is an organizational equity firm on a mission to #IgniteWorkplaceUnity around the world by helping companies take purposeful, strategic steps toward creating more equitable and inclusive environments. Our team is composed of organizational psychologists, conflict specialists, human resource leaders, data analysts, psycho-social researchers, therapists, and counselors.