Role Profile: Research, Evaluation, Performance Measurement, and Strategy
Created: New Position
Salary: $50K – $65K in accordance with experience
Start Date: February 2018
Status: Full-time, 1 year term with possibility of renewal
Closing Date: February 2, 2018
About the Manitoba Arts Council
The Manitoba Arts Council is an arm’s-length agency of the Province of Manitoba, established in 1965 “to promote the study, enjoyment, production and performance of works in the arts.” The Council makes awards to professional arts organizations and individuals in all art forms including theatre, literature, dance, music, painting, sculpture, architecture or the graphic arts, and includes other similar creative or interpretative activity, including arts education.
- Reporting to the CEO, the Performance Measurement Analyst:
- recommends, conducts, and monitors data collection, validation and dissemination projects and processes for the Manitoba Arts Council (MAC) activity;
- develops and maintains corporate data sets used for the strategic analysis of data, identification of trends, corporate reporting and grant program performance measurement;
- undertakes analysis and research concerning the activities of MAC and the arts milieu in Manitoba and abroad;
- designs visualizations (including charts and graphs) to best represent data;
- coordinates the dissemination of research project results through reports, presentations, and web tools; prepares internal and external corporate reports and dashboards on MAC activities;
- supports the implementation of the MAC’s performance measurement framework;
- assists and supports in the management and development of performance measurement indicators, methodologies and tools;
- supports the MAC’s risk management framework and integrated planning and reporting;
- provides assistance to granting program staff and other MAC staff related to data collection and validation methodologies, analysis of performance indicators;
- develops process costing indicators and conducts analyses of cost efficiency, etc.;
- Three (3) years progressive experience directly related to the principal responsibilities of the position in a research or policy department, or in an arts or social sciences organization, including research methodology, statistical and quantitative analysis, principles and methods, impact studies and electronic data processing methods
- An undergraduate degree in public administration, economics, finance, social sciences, or an equivalent combination of training and experience in research, data analysis and public administration
- Minimum of 3 years’ experience with Microsoft SQL Server administration, including database design and maintenance and a strong understanding of SQL queries.
- Experience in extraction, validation and analysis of quantitative and qualitative data (e.g., financial, statistical, demographic, public participation, economic) using a variety of techniques (surveys, data extraction, and data visualization software)
- Strong report building skills using business intelligence tools to analyze financial information, recognize significant factors, relationships, and trends
- Excellent knowledge of MS Office (Excel, Word, etc.)
- Good understanding of data architectures and diagram principles
- Good knowledge of data software (such as SPSS, SQL, Studio Management, Cognos, or Datawrapper for data visualization)
- Excellent judgment and interpersonal skills
- Strong time and priority management skills
- Demonstrated administrative, problem-solving and decision-making abilities
- Knowledge of social science research methodologies IT support experience would be an asset
- An understanding of the arts sector and the roles and accountabilities of arm’s length agencies would be an asset
The Manitoba Arts Council strives to be an employer that is inclusive and reflective of the population it serves. We encourage applicants to voluntarily self-declare in the cover letter or resumé if they are from any of the following employment equity groups: women, Indigenous people, visible minorities, and persons with disabilities. Employment Equity is a factor in selection for this competition.
How to apply
Send a cover letter and a copy of your resume to the attention of Charlene Brown, Executive Assistant, prior to the closing date by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more information please contact Charlene Brown at 204-945-2237 or 1-866-994-2787, or by e-mail at email@example.com.
We thank all applicants for their interest; only those selected for an interview will be contacted. Facebooktwittergoogle_plusredditpinterestlinkedinmail