The Data Coordinator will be responsible for executing and overseeing the processing, data management, and analysis of these statewide efforts. They will also work with the Participation Project team and partners to develop systems to support the data management of the program, support onboarding for new field staff, and implement best practices for voter engagement.
This position is an hourly, full-time (35-40 Hours/Week), temporary position at $20/hour and will run from mid to late April– mid November 2020. Benefits are not included. The position will be based out of our Denver office, but will work with our field team to ensure data needs are met across the Front Range and with our rural partners. This individual will report to the Community Engagement Program Manager.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
- Ensure the accurate and timely processing of contacts and data through data entry, processing, reporting.
- Support an effective and impactful Get Out the Vote program.
- Adhere to 501(c) 3 IRS Rules and Regulations concerning strict nonpartisanship.
- Ensure data management adheres to all rules and regulations concerning voter registration and participant confidentiality.
- In partnership with the team, develop meaningful systems to track data and conduct analysis of tactics and efforts.
- Coordinate with the team to determine and continually assess the ideal times, approaches, and strategies for canvassers, including interventions or issues.
- Develop reporting systems and present weekly analysis to team for decision-making.
- Participate in working groups with other data staff at partner organizations to refine and strengthen our practices and manage the flow of data related to our ongoing work.
- Support coalition coordination by tracking organizational programs and identifying gaps in collective strategy including creating and delivering site and partner-specific analysis.
- Support civic engagement technologies and identify and/or create new tools to advance our collective strategy.
- Enthusiastically engage diverse communities, while remaining positive, assertive, and confident.
DESIRED EXPERIENCE AND SKILLS
- Exceptionally well-organized and detail-oriented, with strong time management skills.
- One or more cycles/years working at scale voter registration, GOTV, or advocacy voter contact data. Prior experience with VAN required.
- Experience with additional data tools (excel, google, tableau, etc).
- Sound judgement and critical thinking skills.
- 2-4 years of experience (either paid or volunteer) in elections, campaigns, or voter registration work.
- Problem-solving skills and ability to stay poised under pressure.
- Strong collaboration and interpersonal skills and a desire to work as part of a team.
- Ability to travel and work occasional evenings and weekends, as needed.
- Demonstrate commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion.
- Ability to take initiative and work independently in a fast-paced environment, while staying focused on goals.
Community Resource Center is an equal opportunity employer. We welcome applications from all, and strongly encourage women, people of color, people with disabilities, immigrants, and LGBTQ people to apply.