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Data Specialist VI (Job 2366)
at Arizona Supreme Court
Data Specialist VI (Job 2366)
|Department:||Juvenile Justice Services|
|Location||Arizona Supreme Court|
Data Specialist VI
Juvenile Justice Services
FIRST REVIEW DATE:
January 24, 2020
All positions are open until filled.
The Juvenile Justice Services Division (JJSD) is responsible for the effective administration of programs and services for delinquent and incorrigible youth who are processed through the juvenile courts system. The Statistical Specialist is a key member of the Division responsible for the preparation of statistical information and analysis in the form of regularly scheduled and ad hoc reports including evaluation of data in terms of statistical significance. This individual will serve as resource to the researcher in gathering data and providing analysis of information utilized in research projects. This individual is responsible to respond to data requests and data report requests from county juvenile departments and JJSD. This individual will conduct training sessions for identified staff regarding the review and utilization of statistical reporting. Lastly, responsibilities may also include participation in committees and initiatives aimed at improving juvenile justice services statewide. The ideal candidate is an excellent team player with an understanding of juvenile probation services and experienced utilizing statistics software to review and analyze data from multiple juvenile data tracking systems.
The successful candidate will hold a Bachelor’s degree in juvenile justice studies, criminal justice, criminology, social science, or a related field and have 5 or more years of statistical analysis experience or the equivalent. Experience must include use of SQL and SSRS or other report writing tool, writing programs to produce statistical data, including a working knowledge of SPSS or other appropriate statistical software such as SAS and Power BI. The candidate must also demonstrate the following: outstanding communication and customer service skills; ability to parameterize reports and prepare them for distribution; and experience developing ad hoc or customized data reports, which includes working with relational databases, writing complex queries and designing reports. The candidate must also be self-motivated and able to handle multiple projects simultaneously and independently. Lastly, this position requires some project management skills, including the ability to prioritize tasks, document work and coordinate with team members.
The preferred candidate will have familiarity with Arizona’s juvenile tracking systems (JOLTSaz, iCIS, and AZYAS), Dependent Children’s Services, and experience training or leading workgroups. Knowledge of scientific research methods and the ability to assist with empirical research projects is also desired. This includes competency in data extractions, sampling, and survey administration, making mathematical calculations and projections as well as independently researching topics and presenting findings.
Travel level: 20%.
Applicants must be currently authorized to work in the United States on a full-time basis. Some positions may take 4-6 weeks to fill. Only applicants who most closely meet the requirements may be selected to interview. Requests for a special accommodation to participate in the interview process should be made at the time you are contacted to schedule an interview. The Selection Process will include computer testing and two rounds of panel interviews. This is a regular, full-time, exempt position.
The Arizona Supreme Court is an EOE/ADA Reasonable Accommodation Employer.