Research Data/Fiscal Analyst

Accountability and Implementation Board (AIB)   Annapolis, MD   Full-time     Research
Posted on March 22, 2024
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JOIN OUR TEAM! Do you have superior data analyzing skills? Share a passion for education? The Accountability and Implementation Board (AIB) has a fantastic opportunity for a Research Data/Fiscal Analyst. 


Collaborate with the AIB team as we work to implement the Blueprint for Maryland’s Future and transform Maryland’s public schools to provide a world–class education for every student. We define success by being results-oriented—centering our work on equitable impacts, positive outcomes for students, recognizing communities and families as essential partners, and transformation of the teaching profession. Visit our website to learn more about our agency and the #Blueprint4MD.


The Research Data/Fiscal Analyst is responsible for monitoring and assessing the progress made by the state and local agencies as required by the Blueprint statute, providing senior level financial reporting and analysis for the AIB as it relates to Blueprint funding.  


Strong statistical analysis, data management, and data visualization skills are essential. A successful candidate will be self-motivated and take a positive and professional approach to the work. This is a hybrid/remote position and the salary range is $78,749.00 - $117,246.00 with potential growth to $132,041.00/year plus benefits. 


Advanced proficiency in Excel and experience using data visualization tools such as Tableau, Power BI, or Qlik is preferred.


Follow this link to learn more about the role and submit your application by April 12, 2024. 


The Blueprint Accountability and Implementation Board (AIB) is an equal opportunity employer that encourages all interested persons to apply regardless of race, color, religion, ancestry, national origin, age, marital status, sexual orientation, or disability. AIB is committed to recruiting, retaining, and promoting individuals who have historically been underrepresented in policymaking and government, particularly those who represent the diversity of communities served by the Blueprint for Maryland’s Future. All individuals who meet the Minimum Qualifications are encouraged to apply, including those who meet these qualifications through a variety of experiences including formal and informal education, professional roles, volunteer work, or other backgrounds.