Research Analyst, Human Capital - The Conference Board (Niagara Falls)
Compensation: $111,115.00 - $127,920.00 /year *
Employment Type: Full-Time
Industry: Scientific Research
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The Research Analyst will provide statistical, research, analytical and graphical support to theHuman CapitalProgram, based out of the New York Office. Candidate will support research projects and provide internal project management in the Human Capital area. Candidate will work closely with Managing Director, Human Capital and Research staff as an integral part of the Human Capital team in order to ensure the successful completion of business research projects and specific deliverables.
Reports to the Vice President, Human Capital or, individual projects, to project leader. As required, candidate may receive day-to-day work assignments from other members of the Human Capital staff.
Principal Direct Activities:Supports research team by collecting data and information as requested, implement data collection and feed data into databases, managing databases, preparing materials for meetings and documents (statistics, tables, charts, stats, power points), and assisting in report generation, such as finalization of documents, etc., including checking and proof reading.Takes charge of assigned parts of one or more research projects by doing background research (literature review, analyze other data sets, etc.), developing ways to improve management of data and information, and assisting in developing assigned portion of research reports (e.g. a data brief or quarterly update).More specifically, the incumbent will be responsible for at least one descriptive analytical piece (examples: literature review, data brief, quarterly updates, etc.)Incumbent may also be required to develop a quarterly literature review on an area of focus for Human Capital (examples: Strategic Workforce Planning, Employee Engagement, Leadership Development, Human Capital Analytics, etc.)Provides research and project management support in all phases of the Human Capital Program as assignedDemonstrates initiative beyond the successful completion of research support in order to foster collaboration, generate new ideas and processes.Demonstrates understanding of knowledge base in at least one topic area.Identifies collaborative opportunities for partnerships with internal stakeholders with regard to projects and initiatives.With the support of the survey team, implement major global surveys including assistance in the development of questionnaires, code, format, construction and verification of sampling plans, process responses, contact of survey participants, and other data collection activities.Use statistical software package, such as SPSS, to perform statistical analysis of research data, prepare syntax for surveys, input detailed survey information, and interpret data collected through surveys.Post and input Web-based surveys.Contribute to the overall Human Capital Program through support of additional projects undertaken by the Research Director, Managing Director, and others; participate in seminars and workshops; and interact with other members of the research staff.Other duties as assigned.
Within the broad responsibilities summarized above, the Research Analyst is responsible for the timely completion of work assigned in a fully professional manner. He or she is responsible for maintaining some executive level contact with Researchers and for maintaining smooth relationships with personnel in Conference Board divisions and departments in addition to his or her own.
Desired Qualifications and Requirements:
Candidate should be detail-oriented; a responsible independent worker who has the ability to effectively work on many projects simultaneously and meticulously meets deadlines. This position requires a self-starter who is dedicated and willing to take initiatives. The candidate must be mature and poised, as this position requires interaction with corporate executives who are members of TCB as well as senior staff of TCB.
Bachelors Degree in Human Resources, Industrial Psychology, Psychology, Business Management, Economics, or social sciences preferred with strong academic performance and experience with Word, Excel, and PowerPoint. Knowledge of a statistical software package, such as SPSS, and experience with survey design and analysis are preferred. Masters degree with experience in human capital topics, statistics, preparing and giving presentations is a plus.* The salary listed in the header is an estimate based on salary data for similar jobs in the same area. Salary or compensation data found in the job description is accurate.
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