The Contractors State License Board is currently recruiting for a Research Data Analyst II in the Testing Division’s Examination Development Unit.
The RDA I/II works as part of a team to develop and validate Contractors State License Board’s licensing examinations. The job consists of facilitating groups of contractors, analyzing the occupations (job analysis), editing exam questions, and using exam statistics to ensure a high-quality product. The RDA I/II uses item banking software, Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, SurveyMonkey, and testing applications. The position requires strengths in written and oral communication, project management, and statistics. Travel of 3-4 times per year (1-2 days at a time) is typical for completing job analyses, but is negotiable depending on the circumstances. The RDA I/II will learn about building trades, for example, solar, electrical, carpentry, painting, flooring, or air conditioning. Applicants do not need experience in these occupations. The incumbent also works on blueprints and technical drawings. We are a small, close-knit group of encouraging and supportive people and are willing to provide lots of training as needed.
This position has many positive aspects in addition to the benefits of Civil service. These include flexible hours, free parking, opportunities for advancement, strong support staff, autonomy, access to public transportation, proximity to gym facilities, and some travel.
Under the general supervision of the Research Data Supervisor II (RDSup II), the Research Data Analyst II independently performs the psychometric, analytical, and technical research activities necessary for the development and validation of CSLB’s occupational licensing examination programs.
If the position is filled at the Research Data Analyst I level, the duties will be adjusted accordingly.
Once the incumbent is fully trained, an alternate workweek schedule or flexible schedule may be an option.
Please refer to the “Application Instructions” and “Additional Instructions” for information on how to apply.
You will find additional information about the job in the Duty Statement.
The incumbent works 40 hours per week in an office setting, with artificial light and temperature control. This position requires facilitating periodic workshops that may require working more than eight hours in a day. The incumbent must travel across the state to conduct occupational analyses interviews (typically twice per year) by various methods of transportation.
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Final Filing Date: 4/29/2022