Fellow Survey Entry Consultant

About the Great Oaks Foundation

The Great Oaks (GO) Foundation is a non-profit organization that brings its model of high dosage tutoring to schools from Maryland to Connecticut with the mission of preparing students for college success.  The tutoring is provided by the Great Oaks Fellows, which is a selective cadre of recent college graduates who deliver at least two hours of individualized instruction to every student every day. This is a crucial strategy in Great Oaks schools to improve achievement and prepare teachers to work in our schools.  

The Great Oaks Foundation has successfully replicated this program in Newark, NJ; Bridgeport, CT; New York, NY and Wilmington, DE. Additionally, we have begun partnering our Fellow program with several non-Great Oaks schools where we have begun sitting residents as well.  A select group of the Fellows are enrolled in a Teacher Residency program that is being conducted in partnership with NYU’s Online Teacher Residency Program and Relay Graduate School of Education.

As Great Oaks prepares for expansion, we have continued to refine both our school and high-dosage tutoring model for greater impact. Key components of this process include designing the Great Oaks High school and refining the Fellowship model.

To learn more about Great Oaks https://greatoakscharter.org/

Position Overview

Reporting to the Senior National Director of Data Systems & Strategy, the Fellow Survey Entry Consultant will be responsible for entering seven surveys (currently in Google Docs) into Qualtrics, the Foundation’s survey platform. If unfamiliar with Qualtrics, the Consultant will need to independently learn the platform and will be responsible for submitting any help desk tickets to Qualtrics for additional support (when approved by the Senior National Director of Data Systems & Strategy). Items range in response type from open ended to multiple choice to multiple select and more. The scope of work is to be completed in two weeks and the Consultant will be paid a $2,000 stipend for the completion of the seven surveys within the two week timeframe. 

Competencies and Qualifications

  • Returning Great Oaks Fellow or Great Oaks Fellow Alumni 
  • Experience using Qualtrics or similar survey software 
  • Knowledge of survey item types and how to properly re-create in an online platform 
  • Superior attention to detail and ability to ensure all questions are entered correctly without errors or typos 
  • Be efficient and organized 
  • Communicative with supervisor about deliverables

Compensation

The scope of work is to be completed in two weeks and the Consultant will be paid a $2,000 stipend for the completion of the seven surveys within the two week timeframe.

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