Summary The Data Quality Manager is responsible for staffing the Office of Research and Justice Statistics and the coordination of projects assigned to the group. Under the supervision of the Finance and Administration Director, this position oversees multiple assigned projects and activities supporting the policy, planning, implementation, maintenance, and evaluation of court data. The Office of Research and Justice Statistics is responsible for planning, developing, and implementing AOC research, data quality and management strategies, standards, policies, and procedures. Typical Functions Supervise the day-to-day activities of the Office of Research and Justice Statistics to ensure timely, accurate, and complete resolution of data problems and completion of data projects.
Provide leadership in the development of standards, policies, and procedures for the Office of Research and Justice Statistics.
Assist the AOC with planning, acquisition, development, and management of enterprise data solutions.
Provide information and assistance to Judicial Branch employees and the public.
Participate in and lead teams in data management and data quality activities.
Work with other AOC employees to coordinate information systems needs with data quality and management activities.
Work with the AOC Director and Finance and Administration Director on all major issues effecting the Office, Division, and Agency.
Identify, propose, and execute new research and evaluation projects using quantitative and qualitative analyses, trend analyses, and reviews of court projects and programs.
At the direction of the AOC Director and Finance and Administration Director, develop reports for judges and court employees to improve management practices and court outcomes.
Review relevant literature and share with court personnel and judges.
Other duties as assigned. Special Job Dimensions Knowledge, Abilities, and Skills o Knowledge of quantitative and qualitative research methodology.
o Knowledge of current and emerging enterprise data management and data quality techniques and effective application of those techniques.
o Knowledge of information quality principles, policy, and strategy.
o Knowledge of project management methodologies.
o Knowledge of personnel management, accounting, budgeting, statistical methods, and procedures as applied to the use of data management systems.
o Knowledge of database design.
o Ability to communicate verbally and in writing effectively.
o Ability to diagnose and resolve data quality-related issues.
o Ability to analyze problems and make effective recommendations and decisions.
o Ability to communicate complex technical subjects clearly and concisely.
o Ability to manage, develop, and motivate subordinates.
o Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with a broad range of constituencies.
o Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with supervisors. Minimum Education and/or Experience o Master of Science degree in information quality or a related field.
o Six years of experience in data quality administration overseeing development of policies and procedures for data management projects and programs serving the needs of a large organization, as well as a record of independent research. Preferred Qualifications o A Ph.D. in information quality, research, or a related field is preferred.
o Relevant technical and data management certifications are highly desirable. Certificates, Licenses, Registrations Agency Specific Information Send a cover letter, resume, and contact information for three professional references to email@example.com.
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