Colorado Civic Engagement Roundtable (CCER) seeks a passionate, collaborative, and innovative professional Director of Data and Strategy that will join the organization during an exciting time of transformation. This person will provide data-driven recommendations to inform collective planning, targeting, and opportunities to strengthen data integrity for a table of 501C3 Network Partners.


As an organization working to build a movement of civic engagement in Colorado, CCER’s mission is to act as a national model for grassroots civic engagement where every individual has what they need to thrive and actively participate in our democracy. CCER’s vision is to create a culture of collaboration by increasing the capacity of Network Partners to advance a movement grounded in equity, power building and social justice.

CCER seeks a passionate, collaborative, and innovative professional Director of Data and Strategy that will join the organization during an exciting time of transformation. This person will provide data-driven recommendations to inform collective planning, targeting, and opportunities to strengthen data integrity for a table of 501C3 Network Partners. They will be part of a team that works to advance civic participation of targeted populations in our democracy.

This person will operate with a sophisticated racial equity analysis lens and commitment to lifting up the voices of overlooked communities. Because our target communities and colleagues come from a wide range of backgrounds, applicants need to be able to thoughtfully navigate issues related to diversity, race, equity, and inclusion, and bring a deep dedication to advancing these values. They will also need to bring a strong commitment to excellence and true collaboration, an ability to work independently, and an appreciation for patience. Additionally, this position has work situations that involve having a high degree of discretion.

Job Responsibilities
The Director of Data and Strategy reports to the Executive Director and is responsible for the following:

  • SmartVAN Administration: Assist Network Partners with using the SmartVAN and other technological tools to support, enhance, and execute field and organizing programs. This includes innovation and creativity to ensure that best practices are used for program execution. This includes but is not limited to managing user and security settings, training users, and providing technical assistance.
  • Technical Skills: Mastery of SmartVAN or a similar database, management of multiple data pipelines and integration of various data sources, including a strong foundation of technical platforms that can include BigQuery and other SQL variant, reporting (Periscope, Tableau), excel, census datasets and google cloud platform
  • Seek out and be knowledgeable about new tech tools to enhance programs and data collection strategies for Network Partners
  • Create reports that illustrate the Network’s collective efforts, help with program evaluation, and inform strategy. Aid in program and campaign management and evaluation.
  • Collaborate with national partner data staff and thought leaders in the field to raise the bar of our data work and to identify and implement experiments and tests

Technological Tools

  • Identify and offer technological solutions for gaps in campaign tools
  • Make recommendations and provide innovative and strategic methods to Network Partners in order to make their data operations more efficient and effective
  • Consult with Network Partners to develop and integrate data guidelines and structures throughout programs to ensure best practices and data integrity
  • Work with the Director of Partnerships and Engagement to provide state-of-the-art field campaign tools and innovative strategies for Network Partners

Network Partner Engagement

  • Strong commitment to deep collaboration with diverse communities
  • Participate in building a movement of civic engagement with a non-partisan 501(c)(3) network of partners
  • Develop, maintain, and manage relationships with Network Partners

Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion

  • Help develop strategies that center and grow the voice and power of overlooked communities in Colorado
  • Thoughtful ability to navigate issues related to diversity, equity, and inclusion and a deep commitment to advancing these values.
  • Develop deep and collaborative partnerships with Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC) led organizations
  • Cultivate and integrate equity and inclusive values among Network Partners to help them incorporate the practices into their work


  • Experience and Technical Skills: At least five years’ experience serving in data and targeting in advocacy, electoral and/or issue organizing campaigns, or field campaign work. This may include experience with and knowledge of data management, database administration, reporting and analysis, and/or digital organizing tools and at least three years in a data role is preferred.
  • Data Management: Knowledge of data management, database administration, reporting, and analysis. Familiarity with voter files and organizing tools and data quality control preferred
  • Communication Prowess: Ability to communicate complicated data and analytics reports, systems, and processes to non-technical audiences, including communicating nonpartisan civic engagement best practices to a cross section of stakeholders including those with less data and targeting expertise.
  • Training Skills: Ability to develop data and technology focused trainings for people with diverse opinions, interests, and skill levels
  • Project Management: Strong sense of organization and project management with a proven ability to prioritize and deliver on deadlines while remaining calm under pressure
  • Self-Directed: Ability to work autonomously as well as in deep collaboration in a remote environment. Aptitude for taking initiative to accomplish personal and organizational goals. Demonstrated ability to be flexible with changing priorities, rapid response situations, and communicate clearly about needs.
  • Mind Set: Maintain an innovative and solutions-oriented attitude in all situations, especially during rapid growth and change
  • Racial Equity Lens: A commitment to an equity-based and inclusive work culture
  • People Centered Power: Understanding of people centered power and the ability to work with diverse populations by building and maintaining relationships
  • Teamwork: Ability to work with a small remote team of passionate and dedicated individuals. Also, be accountable to, and part of, a team working toward common goals.
  • Vision and energy that is both inspirational and collaborative
  • Values: Impeccable integrity, adaptability, and humility
  • Creative and strategic thinker
  • Highly organized: A thoughtful, focused approach with superior follow-through and attention to detail.


  • Experience managing relationships with key stakeholders and technological vendors
  • Experience developing field plans
  • Organizing or campaign field experience
  • Knowledge of the Colorado election system and landscape
  • Experience building collaborative relationships of trust with BIPOC communities
  • Spanish speaker + $1,500 annually
  • Based in Colorado

Salary range $70,000 to $90,000 based on experience.
Caring for You and Your Future
-100% of team members' health, dental, vision, and life insurance premiums covered
-short-term disability and long-term leave
-401(k) plan 100% matching up to 3% of your salary
Valuing Your Work/Life Balance
-generous paid time off, including one day a month for mental health rejuvenation
-paid family leave
Investing in Your Success
-leadership development package
-cell phone and home internet reimbursement

Working remotely for an organization based in the Denver area (Colorado based candidates preferred)
Schedule: 9-5 pm MT

Resumes will be reviewed on a rolling basis until the position is filled. There will be an initial interview with the Executive Director over the phone and a team interview over zoom or in person if the candidate is local.
Send a cover letter and resume in PDF format to Applications will be held confidentially. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis until the position is filled. The Colorado Civic Engagement Roundtable is an equal opportunity employer, and we strongly encourage applications from BIPOC, people from working class backgrounds, women, LGBTQIA2S people, or those who are members of other marginalized communities. Data shows that women and BIPOC candidates more frequently do not apply to a job because they don’t feel that they meet all of the qualifications listed. Our job descriptions are general overviews, not a mandatory comprehensive list. If you feel passionate about our efforts and believe that you have the skills to accomplish the job, we want to hear from you! To learn more about CCER


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