Data Analyst – Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Belonging (DEIB) – MASHPEE PUBLIC SCHOOLS


Website Mashpee Public Schools


DATA ANALYST–Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Belonging (DEIB)   (FY 25 PILOT)

Job Description


  • Support the District’s goal of honoring diversity, providing equity, and ensuring inclusion throughout our schools
  • Generate, interpret, and share reports, presentations, and surveys that support the District’s ability to measure and track progress towards the goals in Mashpee’s Plan for Success
  • Collect, analyze, and translate academic, attendance, discipline, participation, survey, and other relevant data to ensure its content and implications are accessible by all stakeholders
  • Make recommendations for next steps to the District-Based Leadership Team (DBLT)


  • Identifies growth areas relative to the goals in Mashpee’s Plan for Success
  • Engages with diverse audiences regarding analysis of data, and clearly articulates complex terms and concepts
  • Assists in developing and coordinating assessments and surveys in close collaboration with the DBLT, analyzing and communicating results and compiling the data for reports
  • Effectively shares analysis of data through presentations, reports, and other documents
  • Conducts research and reviews historical data in order to analyze data trends
  • Based on analysis of data, makes recommendations for systemic changes, as warranted
  • Other duties as assigned by the Superintendent/Assistant Superintendent


  • Master’s degree or higher
  • Minimum 5 years leadership experience in a public school setting
  • High proficiency using Google-based products and with data visualization/analytical tools
    Proven track record with strong and clear written and oral communication, analytical skills, data collection, data visualization, and project management skills; high level of attention to detail and accuracy; ability to routinely manage and interpret large data sets
  • Experience and/or education in DEIB best practices in an educational setting
  • Ability to lead effectively while being a team player
  • Strong interpersonal skills, self-motivated, and a demonstrated ability to multi-task and work independently while collaborating effectively with all stakeholders–DBLT, staff, students, families, community
  • Strong presentation skills and initiative; ability to explain complex problems to various audiences and to actively collaborate on next steps and solutions
  • Ability to think critically when evaluating, analyzing and reporting data, to make sound decisions, and to demonstrate a high degree of trustworthiness in handling confidential and sensitive information
  • Ability to strategically maintain financial/budgetary information and prioritize and manage time effectively
  • Strong problem solving and data-driven decision-making skills
  • Culturally responsive mindset and practice

REPORTS TO:  Superintendent/Assistant Superintendent

LENGTH OF WORK YEAR:  Year Round Part-Time (2 days per week–104 days)  SALARY:  NEGOTIABLE

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