I came across this – and, if you are qualified, it is a great role and a great organization.
Casey Family Programs, an Equal Opportunity Employer, is a national operating foundation that provides and improves—and ultimately prevents the need for—foster care. We are currently looking for a Systems Improvement Advisor with a focus on data and outcome measurement.
The Systems Improvement Advisor manages the storage, analysis and presentation of administrative data, both in support of tracking Casey’s 2020 goals and in improving data-driven decision-making in states, counties, and tribes. The Systems Improvement (SI) Advisor has responsibility, as part of the Measurement and Evaluation Team, for supporting Casey work units and external partners in using data to prioritize their work, assisting in the collection of data to measure impact, analyzing qualitative and quantitative data, and producing reports and publications. The Advisor is a skilled and experienced analyst, with capacity to make decisions and manage work.
Location: Seattle, WA
Position Type: Full-Time, Exempt
Master’s Degree in Social Work, Public Administration, or other closely related field required, plus 5 years experience in a child welfare setting. Ph.D. may be substituted for experience.
Knowledge of child and family social services is required. Qualified candidates will have experience working with child welfare data.
Excellent oral and written communication skills are required. Demonstrated skills in writing for a variety of audiences and the ability to develop graphical displays of data and to translate research findings into practice implications (writing sample required).
Technical skills: Proficiency with Microsoft Word and Excel. Knowledge of Microsoft Access and SPSS required. Demonstrated ability to learn other pertinent software programs as required.
Please visit Casey Family Programs’ online career center at http://www.casey.org/AboutUs/WorkAtCasey/, click on Employment Opportunities, and search for Systems Improvement Advisor.
For more information contact Mark Hassan at [email protected]
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