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Quality Information Partners (QIP) offers the opportunity to make a difference in our education system through meaningful work with dedicated colleagues. Our staff members are rewarded for their successes with attractive benefits, competitive compensation, and ongoing professional development. We are always looking to connect with smart, enthusiastic, collaborative, and talented people interested in working with us. As such, we prefer to hire people more than fill positions. If you see yourself fitting into QIP’s team, feel free to send your cover letter and resume to

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Education Data Analyst

Quality Information Partners, Inc. (QIP) is a woman-owned small business that delivers expertise to the education community and beyond in data management, communications, project management, data analysis, report writing, web management/analysis, and technology planning services to the education data community and other clients with a focus on data production, analysis, or management. More specifically, QIP consultants offer a wide range of services, including expertise in:

  • Elementary and secondary education data collection, management, and reporting
  • EDFacts and Common Core of Data (CCD) data management, including data quality and use
  • Data quality/standards guidance and analysis
  • National education data standards (elements, definitions, and attributes)
  • Federal data, publication, and website standards
  • Data privacy issues, such as the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA)

Duties of the Position

QIP is seeking a conscientious, analytical, driven, independent individual with the ability to work well with others, understand data, and assist in task management with excellent communication skills. QIP is looking to hire a data analyst to work on the CCD (Common Core of Data) portion of the EDFacts Initiative ( This position will serve as client contact for analytical expertise, develop conceptual frameworks that guide analysis work, apply appropriate techniques to analyze and report data, organize and document analytical results and research procedures, and prepare reports and present findings to clients. This person also will work as part of a larger data team to support EDFacts.

Qualifications for the Position


  • A Master's degree, preferably in statistics or a social science discipline, such as education, public policy, public administration, or sociology
  • Experience with large datasets and basic knowledge of statistics and survey methodology
  • 1-2 years of programming experience in SAS, STATA, or SPSS, with focus on statistical procedures
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Attention to detail and the ability to think analytically and exercise judgment to solve problems
  • Ability to work independently or as part of a team
  • Solid work ethic and the ability to exert optimal effort to successfully complete tasks on time
  • High degree of professionalism, discretion, and excellent customer service skills
  • U.S. Citizenship


  • Familiarity with advanced SAS procedures, such as PROC SQL and SAS Macro Language

Work Conditions: This is a full-time position on-site in Herndon, VA that requires at least a one-year commitment from the applicant.   

Contact Information: Please email resume to

Due Date: All resumes are due by March 12, 2018