Equity Data Analyst
Classification Purpose: The primary purpose of the Equity Data Analyst is to ensure Franklin County programming furthers the mission of the County while supporting a diverse, equitable, and inclusive culture.
Job Duties: The Equity Data Analyst will assist in the systemic analysis of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) efforts internally and externally with a focus on supporting team members, growing equitable advancement opportunities, strengthening operations, and championing leadership. Assist in gathering, analyzing, and interpreting data for the purpose of improving and enhancing DEI programmatic operations in the support of DEI best practices internally, with small and emerging businesses, and community partners. Identify systematic barriers and opportunities for change/improvement. Complete research and assist in policy and program development for the Office of DEI.
Support outreach activities by identifying trends and needs for outcome-based support where disparities exist in internal BOC organization and external partners. Collect qualitive and quantitative data through surveys, meetings, observations, and research. Participate as a Racial Equity Council (REC) member and support activities of the REC.
Represent the department and Franklin County at related DEI programming and events internally and externally; identify champions of diversity, equity, and inclusion. Maintain regular and predictable attendance.
These duties are illustrative only, and you may perform some or all of these duties or other job-related duties as assigned.
Major Worker Characteristics: Knowledge of diversity, equity, inclusion and justice issues and pathways to cultural change; office practices and procedures; agency policy and procedures; government structure and process; interviewing. Skill in word processing; equipment operations. Ability to deal with many variables and determine specific action; add, subtract, multiply and divide whole numbers; complete routine forms; maintain accurate records; originate routine business letters reflecting standard procedures; prepare and deliver speeches and/or training before specialized audiences and general public; cooperate with co-workers on group projects; handle sensitive inquiries from and contacts with officials and general public.
Minimum Class Qualifications for Employment: Bachelor's degree in personnel administration, human resources, or related field with three (2) years of human resources experience and/or diversity, equity and inclusion experience; or any equivalent combination of training and experience.
Additional Requirements: No special license or certification is required.
Supervisory Responsibilities: None required.
Unusual Working Conditions: N/A
This office observes COVID-19 protocols. All employees are required to be either vaccinated or test frequently.