Calling All HBCU Grads With Computer Science, Electrical or Computer Engineering Degrees: Tompkins County Wants YOU!
Posted By: Kennedy Williams on July 19, 2021 |
Are you an HBCU grad with a Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Science, Electrical or Computer Engineering, Communications Technology, or a related field? Do you have experience in systems analysis and the maintenance of electronic data processing equipment and communication systems? If so, this job is for YOU!
Tompkins County is looking for a Data Analyst for its Community Justice Center and wants you to APPLY!
This position reports to the Project Director for the Community Justice Center and is responsible for reviewing, analyzing, and organizing data to support the implementation of the Reimagining Public Safety recommendations.
This technical position will be responsible for collaborating with City/County Offices Departments to understand the current information technology landscape, provide recommendations for processes and procedures to move initiatives forward and to facilitate work groups. The Data Analyst will work from problem definition to implementation and provide support for the system designed as needed. The Data Analyst position will also be responsible for translating complex information, explaining the results and potential impacts to diverse audiences especially community members. Considerable leeway is allowed for the exercise of independent judgment when planning and carrying out the work methods and procedures with commensurate responsibility for technical results. This position requires the ability to work with a high degree of autonomy making daily independent judgments in coordinating with County/City Offices and Departments. The Data Analyst will perform other related duties as required.
For more info on job requirements, job responsibilities, and how to APPLY, click here!
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