Preference would be Hot Springs, Ark., but the location could be changed based on the candidate.
Who we’re seeking
Healthy Connections Community Health Network is seeking Grants Data Analyst to work across our network.
Healthy Connections Community Health Network is a Mena-based nonprofit organization serving the needs of children and adults throughout the areas we serve. Since its founding in 1998 as a home-visiting program, Healthy Connections has been able to provide much-needed health, dental, behavioral health, and social services to families of every lifestyle.
How you’ll contribute
The Data Analyst (Federal Programs) coordinates, implements, and evaluates the effectiveness of any and all grant programs (i.e. State or Federal Programs) supplemental programs and services provided Healthy Connections
- Competitive Salary
- Medical and dental insurance
- 401K retirement savings account
- Vacation and sick leave
- And more
Qualifications for this job
- A minimum of a Bachelor’s degree (BA, BS, etc.) plus 3-5 years’ work experience. Background in analytics, statistics, information management, financial/business analysis or related fields preferred.
- High degree of proficiency in Excel and PowerPoint strongly preferred; knowledge of Microsoft CRM, SQL, data visualization tools a plus.
- Experience in a similar position or a team-based professional service environment preferred.
- Additional requirements determined by Healthy Connections for recruiting purposes require review and approval by the Hiring Manager and Human Resources.
- Other job related education and / or experience may be substituted for all or part of these basic requirements.
- Extensive knowledge of Grant applications and Grant writing
- Must have strong project management and team management skills.
- Makes recommendations or decisions which usually affect the Grant applications and grant programs, but may at times affect operations, services, individuals, or activities of others outside of the grant department.
- Must have excellent oral and written communication skills.
- Communicate effectively both verbally and in writing and collaboratively with others.
- Must be able to provide recommendations on various topics, detailed, controversial, simple or complex.
- Must have transportation to visit other locations as required.
- Ability to work independently, and work with teams to accomplish a goal in addition to working with a variety of community agencies and organizations.
- Ability to evaluate information and prepare narrative reports.
- Ability to communicate information and provide technical assistance to requesting parties concerning grant program requirements.
- Ability to analyze and conduct research.
- Ability to develop reports and schedules with applicable software.
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