Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas
Minneapolis, MN, United States
Hr, Manager, Project Management, It, Government
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Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis is searching for a Project Manager/Director
with a specialty in data management and business analytics in the Human
Resources and Inclusion (HRI) department to support project initiatives and
people analytics at the Bank and across the Federal Reserve System. HRI
supports the Bank’s strategic business goals related to hiring, managing and
retaining a qualified and diverse workforce. This position will have primary
responsibility for providing project management and quantitative analysis to
inform the department’s data needs and support the Bank’s strategic priorities.
documents, maintains and enhances datasets to analyze trends affecting workforce
representation, hiring, turnover, and other employee-related data.
technical, quantitative and statistical analysis using advanced statistical,
analytics, mathematical, and data visualization techniques to answer questions.
varied analytical tools (including statistics, modeling, analytics and mapping)
to derive meaningful and nonobvious insights to inform reports, dashboards, and
new analytical methods, tools, and data sets into the department to build our
knowledge base and skillset.
community-level trends and core data indicators to create dashboards.
with business analysts, project directors, and department and Bank leaders to produce
reports and analyses for internal and external audiences.
quantitative information and analyses to a variety of technical and
non-technical audiences, including written reports, visual presentations, and
results of analyses to various audiences, including senior bank leadership and Federal
Reserve System leaders.
to internal requests for data and short-term analyses; develops expertise on
gathering data from a wide range of sources; stays current on data source
developments both inside and outside the Federal Reserve System.
projects and relationships in a collaborative, team-based environment.
effective relationships with Reserve Bank peers and management as well as
partnerships with external researchers from think tanks, universities,
nonprofit organizations, government agencies, nonprofits, and other related
degree or an equivalent combination of education and experience. Master’s
degree in a related field (i.e., data science, statistics, business
administration, or a related subject) preferred.
years of project management experience required for Project Manager. (Four
years of experience required for a Sr. Project Manager; six years required for
a Project Director.)
with quantitative data analysis in the areas of data management (including the
design, maintenance, and utilization of large data sets), statistical analysis,
and reporting, including the use of spreadsheet, database, and statistical
using data visualization tools such as Tableau.
in human capital databases such as PeopleSoft & WorkDay.
level of attention to detail; commitment to high-quality work.
ability to manage and adapt to multiple concurrent projects, shifting
priorities, deadlines and informational needs.
to work collaboratively and contribute to a team setting as well as the
willingness to work independently without extensive oversight.
written and verbal communication skills, including demonstrated ability to
communicate complex concepts to a wide range of knowledge levels.
maintaining effective working relationships with technical and non-technical
Resources experience and certifications.
and sensitivity in working with employee data sets.
College-level coursework in
data science, analytics, or related software products; general understanding of
the role of the Federal Reserve.','HR Project Manager & Data Analytics Specialist
Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas
Website : http://dallasfed.org/index.cfm