The National Council on Crime and Delinquency (NCCD) works to improve social systems that serve society’s most vulnerable individuals and families. Our research and training help these systems achieve better outcomes for maltreated and neglected children, juvenile justice–involved youth, incarcerated individuals, and older adults.
The entry-level business analyst works with one or more clients of SafeMeasures®, NCCD’s state-of-the-art data reporting service for social service agencies. Based on client needs, the business analyst develops requirements for SafeMeasures reports and collaborates to implement those reports. The position develops report content and other text, reviews reports for accuracy and utility, and acts as the main point of contact for all client interaction.
Occasional travel is required.
More About SafeMeasures®
With its data-driven, proactive approach to social work, SafeMeasures helps human service agencies
improve client outcomes by transforming case management data into actionable information. Our
client agencies use data from SafeMeasures to monitor staff performance and set priorities for
upcoming work. For more information about SafeMeasures visit www.safemeasures.org.
More About NCCD
We are a century-old nonprofit organization of 100-plus motivated and mission-driven employees
with offices in Madison, WI, and Oakland, CA.
At NCCD, we value and look to support diversity and inclusion, both in our external work and among
staff. While we take pride in the serious impact of our work, our casual workplaces inspire teamwork
and offer balance to the workday. Through monthly staff lunches and other regular events for
learning and socializing, NCCD offers opportunities for staff to have fun and build camaraderie. For a
peek inside NCCD, visit our photo gallery.
The salary for this entry-level position is in the upper $30Ks, depending on experience. NCCD’s
comprehensive benefits package includes no-premium cost share for employee medical coverage,
generous vacation and paid holidays, and a relaxed environment with support for work schedule
flexibility where possible. Other benefits include dental, vision, life, and long-term disability
insurance; retirement plans; sick leave; and more. Learn what the City of Madison offers residents by
watching this short video.
NCCD provides equal employment opportunities to all qualified applicants regardless of age,
religion, sex, physical disability, medical condition, marital status, color, sexual orientation, race,
national ancestry, or any other protected category.
Requirements include a bachelor’s degree in a social science or related field of study or two to three
years’ customer service/relations experience; strong interpersonal skills; effective oral and written
communication skills; and the ability to critically think about and triage issues and determine the best
course of action. Experience in child protective services, juvenile justice, or comparable social service
area a plus.
• Familiarity with HTML/XML/CSS and/or SQL preferred.
• Project management experience helpful.
• Familiarity with web reporting/analysis helpful.