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Fatality Analysis Reporting System Analyst

This position exists to provide analysis on crash and other data related to traffic safety so that stakeholders' needs are met. Overall, this position will work to improve the Office of Traffic Safety (OTS) problem identification and program delivery efforts through the implementation of appropriate statistical techniques and research into databases using programming skills to provide information on traffic crashes in Minnesota to a wide range of stakeholders.



Minimum Qualifications

  1. Two years of experience in collecting, analyzing, evaluating, synthesizing, and organizing information.  A Bachelor's degree or higher may credit one year of experience.
  2. Basic statistics and statistical methods, their applications and limitation, sufficient to select and use procedures appropriate to problems and to interpret results.
  3. Using statistical reporting packages such as SPSS and SAS.
  4. Communication skills sufficient to write reports and conduct oral presentations for technical and nontechnical audiences.
  5. Graphically presenting data for easy understanding by various audiences utilizing programs such as Excel or SAS graph.
  6. Ability to work cooperatively with individuals from diverse backgrounds.

Preferred Qualifications

  1. Bachelor's degree or higher.
  2. Experience using Microsoft Office Suite Programs.

Physical Requirements

Requires occasionally moving and transporting such articles as file folders and small tools. May need to maintain a stationary position for long periods of time while carrying out job duties.

Additional Requirements

This position requires successful completion of the following:

It is the policy of the Department of Public Safety that all employees submit to a background investigation prior to employment, includes the following components:

1) criminal history

2) reference check

Application Details


How to Apply 

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About Public Safety Dept 

The Minnesota Department of Public Safety (DPS) is a diverse, complex agency dedicated to serving communities across the state. DPS has 10 public facing and four support divisions with about 2,200 dedicated employees operating programs statewide that all have one goal: Building a safer Minnesota.

Why Work for Us 

Diverse Workforce 

We are committed to continually developing a workforce that reflects the diversity of our state and the populations we serve. The varied experiences and perspectives of employees strengthen the work we do together and our ability to best serve the people of Minnesota.

A recent engagement survey of State of Minnesota employees found: 

  • 95% of employees understand how their work helps achieve their agency’s mission 
  • 91% of employees feel trusted to do their jobs 
  • 88% of employees feel equipped to look at situations from other cultural perspectives when doing their job 
  • 87% of employees report flexibility in their work schedule 

Comprehensive Benefits 

Our benefits aim to balance four key elements that make life and work meaningful: health and wellness, financial well-being, professional development, and work/life harmony. As an employee, your benefits may include: 

  • Public pension plan 
  • Training and professional development 
  • Paid vacation and sick leave 
  • 11 paid holidays each year 
  • Paid parental leave 
  • Low-cost medical and dental coverage 
  • Prescription drug coverage 
  • Vision coverage 
  • Wellness programs and resources 
  • Employer paid life insurance 
  • Short-term and long-term disability 
  • Health care spending and savings accounts 
  • Dependent care spending account 
  • Tax-deferred compensation 
  • Employee Assistance Program (EAP) 
  • Tuition reimbursement 
  • Federal Public Service Student Loan Forgiveness Program