AOPC - Court Statistics Analyst (22-31)
May 20, 2022
Research and Statistics
$55,423 - $65,705
This is a professional research position involving the collection and statistical analysis of court-related data. Responsibilities include the collection and verification of caseload data from automated sources and manual reports, training and education of data reporters, the preparation of quantitative and qualitative topical studies, and communication of findings in written, oral, and data visualization formats.
- Collects caseload and other court statistics from county data reporters and AOPC automated systems. Advises and trains county data reporters on uniform reporting practices, procedures, and data definitions.
- Assists in the design and publication of court statistical reports in print and electronic formats.
- Verifies court statistics through systematic error checks, comparative analysis, and qualitative inquiry.
- Researches and analyzes committee/work group questions, including development of reports, presentation materials, and notes/memoranda.
- Completes quantitative and qualitative studies, including developing and testing data collection instruments, formatting datasets, statistical analyses, and survey methodologies.
- Creates data visualizations.
- Develops reports using an array of software packages, including Microsoft Office Suite, SPSS, and Tableau.
- Responds to statistical and research inquiries from internal and external requestors.
- Attends and participates as a presenter in state and national professional conferences to support professional development and build and maintain professional networks.
- A Bachelor’s degree with major course work in data science and statistics; AND
- Two years of experience in the field of statistics, professional research, or data analysis.
- An equivalent combination of education, experience, and / or training may be considered.
- Master’s degree in Data Science, Statistics, Public Administration, or closely related field preferred.
- Proficiency with Microsoft Office applications required.
- Working knowledge of SPSS and Tableau preferred.
- Satisfactory criminal background check required.
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