Part-Time Grant-Funded Student Success Data Analytics Professional

Location: SCCC - Newton, NJ

Date Posted: 01/07/2021

Schedule: Part-Time

Type: Sussex Staff

Company: Sussex County Community College

Job Description

Sussex County Community College is currently looking a for Part-Time Grant-Funded Student Success Data Analytics Professional.  The Student Success Data Analytics Professional will provide support to the Associate Vice President of Student Success in writing reports, analyzing data, and developing data-driven interventions to support student success. This individual will write reports from the College’s ERP system and will assist in gathering website/marketing analytics. The successful individual will need to be highly-motivated and have the ability to multitask between different job responsibilities daily. 


  1. Develops and writes reports from the database to support data-driven decisions across the College.
  2. Works with various College departments to assist in data collection, cleaning and analysis.
  3. Assists in the creation and maintenance of College-wide and department-specific dashboards.
  4. Assists the Admissions and Marketing Departments with strategic enrollment initiatives.
  5. Supports the filing of Federal, State and Accreditation-related reports.
  6. Intentionally focuses on leading and developing a culture of "caring regard" at the College.
  7. Performs other duties as assigned.


  • Bachelor's Degree in Computer Science, Statistics, or other related field, preferred.


  1. Experience with SQL and basic programming.
  2. Knowledge of database queries.
  3. Excellent written, oral and interpersonal communication skills.
  4. Strong administrative and organizational skills.
  5. An understanding of, and passion for, higher education is essential.
  6. A deep concern for others and the contributions they make to an organization.


10-20 Hours Per Week


Contact Person:

Human Resources


To Apply,

Please send cover letter and resume to  Sussex County Community College is an Equal Opportunity Employer. 


Effective September 1, 2011, the NJ First Act requires that certain classifications of persons employed by a public higher education institution will have 365 days within which to establish a principle residence in NJ. Failure to comply will render the individual unqualified to continue to hold the position. Individuals may seek exemption from the residency exemption committee based on critical need or hardship.