Position: Rural Data Analyst
Organization: Rural Ontario Institute
Location: Guelph, Ontario. This position is likely to be performed primarily from a remote location. A regular schedule of in-office hours for coordination and team meetings is anticipated when permitted. Travel to the office location in Guelph will not be compensated
The Rural Ontario Institute is Hiring!
ROI is looking for a highly motivated, capable person to join our team as a Rural Data Analyst. This is a full-time contract position.
Position Status: Full-time, 14 months
Number of Hours per Week: 37.5
Anticipated Start Date: Feb 1, 2022
Anticipated Finish Date: March 30, 2023
We are seeking a capable individual to strengthen ROI’s data analysis capacity. You will participate in the data acquisition process of the Data Solutions for Rural Housing project that ROI is implementing in partnership with Eastern Ontario Warden Caucus (EOWC). This digital tool aims to provide local, reliable, salient, and current rural data to assist proponents & municipalities in the planning and construction of new, affordable housing.You will also be responsible for managing ROI’s internal information system, and will report to the Project Manager.
For the Data Solution for Rural Housing project, you will explore future data sources and potential data upgrades while the contracted IT company focusses on the build-out of local data and census data. This might include for example, seniors living arrangements, percentage of homes in need of major repairs, tax filer information, among others.
You will prepare new editions of ROI’s “Focus on Rural Ontario” fact sheet series and will organize content in an accessible and consistent format. Fact sheets address socio-economic topics and present statistical information on trends occurring in rural Ontario. Topics have included employment, housing, income, business patterns, infrastructure, migration, and demographics, and a plan to guide publications has been developed for 2021–2023.
You will participate in the development of a benchmarking system to assist rural communities in their planning and development. This will build upon and update existing resources to reflect current trends and issues relevant to rural development.
QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE:
A background or interests in topics, areas of expertise, or disciplines related to ROI program areas is an asset but not a requirement. The following are some examples:
This position is likely to be performed primarily from a remote location. A regular schedule of in-office hours for coordination and team meetings is anticipated when permitted. Travel to the office location in Guelph will not be compensated.
Please apply in confidence by e-mail no later than January 27, 2022, with a résumé and cover letter highlighting relevant personal experience, accomplishments, and/or motivations that reflect your potential success in the position. Please include the following in the email subject line “Job Application_RuralDataAnalyst_FirstName_LastName”
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Executive Director, Rural Ontario Institute Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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Current status: Open/apply now. Date posted: Jan 17 2022 ID: 62296