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Equal Opportunity Schools

Reporting Analyst

Program – Seattle, Washington
Department Program
Employment Type Full-Time
Minimum Experience Entry-level
Compensation $50,000 - 67,500

Equal Opportunity Schools (EOS), a Seattle not-for-profit organization that is passionate about ensuring students of all backgrounds have great opportunities for learning from their schools, is seeking a talented Reporting Analyst.

The Reporting Analyst will play an important role at EOS, working with the Reporting and Analytics team to develop reporting tools, building new tools to be used in the field or for internal evaluation of our work, responding to real-time ad-hoc data needs or troubleshooting, and facilitating internal access to data. The position will work closely with fellow Reporting Team members, members of our Partnership and Development teams, and our school partners to produce easy-to-understand, actionable, and mindset-shifting data. As a team, we rely heavily on Tableau, PostgreSQL, Excel and Qualtrics, and this role will further the integration between these systems.

Role Description:

The Reporting Analyst will play an important role at EOS, working with the Reporting and Analytics team to develop reporting tools, building new tools to be used in the field or for internal evaluation of our work, responding to real-time ad-hoc data needs or troubleshooting, and facilitating internal access to data. The position will work closely with fellow Reporting Team members, members of our Partnership and Development teams, and our school partners to produce easy-to-understand, actionable, and mindset-shifting data. As a team, we rely heavily on Tableau, PostgreSQL, Excel and Qualtrics, and this role will further the integration between these systems.

Responsibilities:

As a Reporting Analyst, you will be part reporting architect, part data modeler, part report designer and builder, and part project manager. We need you to take ownership of these areas and have fun with them. Because we believe in the value of learning, we are committed to providing assistance and training to facilitate your personal and professional growth in these areas.

In addition, this role has a social justice aspect that necessitates critical thinking through the lens of racism and its intersections with poverty. Our core organizational principles center on anti-racism and how it grounds the focus of our everyday work.

During a two-week period, the Reporting Analyst might do the following:

  • Develop a scope for a new reporting product
  • Work in Tableau to create a data dashboard or make adjustments to an existing one
  • Review reporting requirements and designs of fellow team members
  • Fulfill an ad-hoc data request for a client or internal stakeholder - could require writing a custom SQL query or creating a custom visual in Tableau
  • Work with our Database Administrator to implement appropriate data architectures
  • Troubleshoot a customer issue or data discrepancy

We'd Love to Hear from you if you:

  • Are passionate about serving students of color and low-income students, have an interest in improving access to and experiences in our education system, and are committed to social justice, equity, and inclusion with a desire to widen and apply their racial equity lens
  • Have managed reporting projects from start to finish with experience in scoping and developing requirements from various stakeholders, and incorporating processes to collect feedback and iterate
  • Have experience providing reports and analytics to consultants in the field, including communicating data clearly and effectively to non-technical audiences. Key stakeholders include school and district administrators, teachers, and other leaders in the education field
  • Have experience working with quantitative and qualitative data, particularly data related to education and/or equity, and can identify and model the data and relationships necessary to support reporting requirements
  • Have experience with SQL, Tableau, Tableau Server, Excel, and statistics
  • Have a bachelor's degree or equivalent work experience 

If you have some but not of all the qualifications and are interested in the position, we very much encourage you to apply.

 This job might be for you if:

You are committed to equity. You steadfastly believe that all students – particularly black, brown and low-income students – should have access and succeed in the most academically rigorous high school programs. You understand that working for equity is a continual journey and you are motivated by a passion for that journey.

You enjoy collaborating with others. You recognize that working with a diverse team of individuals with varying roles and skills can be challenging, but you enjoy this challenge. You work to find creative solutions to best fit a wide range of contexts, needs, uses, and timelines.

You love to learn and grow. You are always looking to improve and to develop new skills, and welcome constructive feedback that helps you get there. You’re excited to learn from other perspectives that will inform your thinking, and to contribute to others’ learning.

You are comfortable working in a dynamic, growing organization. Equal Opportunity Schools has experienced incredible growth and success in our 10+ years of existence, but we don’t have it all figured out. You’re excited to take on the challenges that come with a relatively young organization, evolving internal systems and structures, and long-term visions that are still works in progress.

Application Process:

Interested applicants should submit a CV highlighting relevant skills, and respond to the questions in the application.

Equal Opportunity Schools is an Equal Opportunity Minority/Female/Individuals with Disabilities/Protected Veteran and Affirmative Action Employer.

Equal Opportunity Schools considers for employment and hires qualified candidates without regard to age, race, religion, color, sex, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity, national origin, ancestry, citizenship, protected veteran or disability status or any factor prohibited by law. Equal Opportunity Schools provides reasonable accommodation for qualified individuals with disabilities and disabled veterans in job application procedures and/or process.

About Equal Opportunity Schools:

Equal Opportunity Schools partners with school, district, county, state, and national leaders to identify students to close race and income enrollment gaps, in AP and IB programs, while maintaining or increasing the success of these programs. Likewise, EOS ensures students of all backgrounds have equal access to America’s most academically intense high school programs—and particularly that low-income students and students of color have opportunities to succeed at the highest levels. Watch: What we do – Watch: Superintendents’ Experience with EOS.

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  • Location
    Seattle, Washington
  • Department
    Program
  • Employment Type
    Full-Time
  • Minimum Experience
    Entry-level
  • Compensation
    $50,000 - 67,500
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