Student Performance Data Manager
The responsibilities of the Student Performance Data Manager include:
Assessments and Data Rosters
- Collaborate with DSQ and campus leaders to administer common internal and state assessments.
- Manage internal, online assessments, including, but not limited to, NWEA MAP Growth, NWEA MAP Reading Fluency, HMH Reading Inventory, Teaching Strategies GOLD
- Ensure accuracy of student/staff data and timeliness of system set up.
- Report data regularly and in a timely fashion.
- Train teachers on using systems to administer assessments/run reports
- Serve as point person for system-related questions.
- Build and maintain school-level data rosters to report various student assessment data, consulting with DSQ and administrators to meet individual school needs.
- Serve as LEA Test Coordinator for statewide assessments, including, but not limited to, DC CAPE assessments.
Data Management and Visualization
- Ensure accuracy, quality and timeliness of data.
- Work with the SIS team and outside vendors, as needed, to manage the data necessary to support visualizations.
- Manage data visualization systems
- Plan strategically and intentionally around the metrics to be included in visualizations.
- Build and/or update visualizations to meet evolving needs, including, but not limited to, campus-level needs, Capital City’s strategic plan, and external accountability systems.
- Train staff on using dashboards to support instruction and programmatic decisions.
- Serve as point person for staff questions related to dashboards.
- Support teachers and campus administration in living our Data-Driven Vision.
- When requested, provide data and its context to other departments within Capital City, and agencies outside of Capital City (with HOS or DSQ approval.)
Reporting and Accountability
- Validate assessment data for both the statewide and charter school board’s accountability frameworks, consulting with the DSQ on reporting.
- Work with DSQ and HOS to share student performance data with various stakeholders, including, but not limited to, instructional staff, senior leadership, the Board of Trustees, and the school community.
- Respond in a timely way to internal data requests as needed.
- Respond in a timely way to data requests and/or correspondence regarding assessments from partner organizations as approved by the HOS.
- Attend meetings and review policy documents to understand the policy landscape and requirements related to assessment, data collection, and reporting.
Minimum required qualifications:
- Bachelor’s Degree or Relevant technical experience.
- Proficiency in Excel and/or Google Sheets
- Specifically, a comfort with advanced features and functions, such as pivot tables, lookups, index match, countif, conditional formatting, etc.
- Keen attention to detail
- Experience cleaning and manipulating data
- Working knowledge of SQL language
- Ability to take initiative, work independently and in a team setting
- Strong interpersonal skills, with the ability to develop productive working relationships across a wide variety of individuals and groups
- Commitment to diversity and equity and experience working with diverse populations
- Experience within a K-12 school setting a plus
- Experience automating data processes
- Experience with BigQuery and Looker Studio
- Basic understanding of descriptive statistics
In addition to the above requirements, staff members must meet the requirements of all hires at Capital City including a criminal background check.
Compensation and Benefits:
Capital City offers a competitive salary and benefits package.
Competitive compensation. At Capital City, salaries compensate for experience and qualifications. Salaries are benchmarked regularly.
Benefits. Capital City invests in a comprehensive benefits package to support the happiness and well-being of staff at all stages of career and life. Benefits include 100% of health insurance covered for full-time employees, up to 6% in retirement contributions, preferred student admission for children of staff living in DC, and support for you and your family when needed.
About Our School
Capital City was founded in 2000 and currently serves a diverse population of nearly 1,000 students across PK-12th grade. We have been recognized as a model for social, emotional and academic development. Our program emphasizes a commitment to diversity and equity, a strong inclusion model and the integration of arts into the curriculum. We are a credentialed EL Education Mentor School (https://eleducation.org/) in the national network of over 150 schools. Through this model, teachers craft long-term learning expeditions that connect learning to the real-world and incorporate projects, research, fieldwork, and service to support students in meeting rigorous standards. Learn more at www.ccpcs.org.
Capital City is an equal-opportunity employer. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, marital status, religion, sex, age, sexual orientation, disability, or any other protected status. All employment decisions will be made solely on the basis of the individual's qualifications as related to the requirements of the position being filled.