Data Management & Reporting Coordinator
Part-Time 20 hours/week; Non-Exempt
Location: YWCA Golden Gate Silicon Valley, San Jose, CA 95112
Department: Program Operations
For over 100 years, YWCA Golden Gate Silicon Valley mission is to eliminate racism and empower women with programs focused on 1) empowering people and communities in healing from the trauma of racism, bigotry and violence, 2) achieving solutions to homelessness for people impacted by racism, gender inequality, and violence and 3) inspiring opportunity and economic security by closing the prosperity and education gap. We focus the provision of these services to those impacted by race and gender inequality, and we use an intersectional and intergenerational approach that recognizes the compounding impact of oppression. Be a key part of this work as Data Management & Reporting Coordinator!
Reporting to the COO, the Data Management & Reporting Coordinator plays a critical role in supporting the YWCA GGSV’s data collection and evaluation efforts, ensuring that the organization is able to effectively evaluate its work and use findings to drive improvement and increase impact. The Data Management & Reporting Coordinator will support the organization’s efforts to collect, manage, and share data with both internal and external audiences. The Coordinator:
- Manages all reports and data through ETO (internal database) and provides regular program reports as requested by Managers/Directors/CPO/COO/CEO
- Creates and generates database reports, dashboards and ad hoc reports, for program evaluation, development, outreach, marketing, and grant reporting;
- Reconfigure database based on new initiatives, programs and efficiencies, updating reporting manuals and other job aide/training tools
- Continuously monitor data quality and institute workflow strategies to encourage high performance and program effectiveness.
- Evaluate data quality and work with Program Directors and Managers to audit data regularly for accuracy and completeness.
- Maintain working relationships with other agency staff to ensure strong collaboration around data collection and reporting activities.
Candidates must have excellent organizational and project management skills. Candidates must BA/BS degree or equivalent, and at least one year of experience in a professional office environment. Non-profit and grant experience preferred. The ideal candidate must have a high-level and demonstrated understanding of computer literacy. Key to success is the ability to work independently and staying organized. Candidates should be competent in using Microsoft Office (Word, Outlook, Excel, PowerPoint) and have experience in data management and record keeping.
Required: Cleared background check (fingerprinting) and reliable internet.