Data Evaluation & Innovation Coordinator

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Position Summary:  The Data Evaluation and Innovation Coordinator is responsible for leading the design and implementation of a coordinated and comprehensive strategy for measuring the impact of two-generation programs and to ensure that JBNC deepens and broadens its support of families.  The Data Evaluation and Innovation Coordinator, in collaboration with other JBNC departments, will identify key areas for evaluation, build capacity for ongoing self-assessment, and lead efforts to conceptualize and implement a longitudinal strategic evaluation plan designed to improve internal program practices.

The Data Evaluation and Innovation Coordinator is responsible for implementing a comprehensive data collection process and sharing relevant, timely data with all JBNC team members in a easily consumable manner (i.e. family dashboards) to ensure all eligible families, including those in Housing Stability for School Success, EDGE, and the IEAZ community, are connected to a full pipeline of high quality programming and supports.  The Data Evaluation and Innovation Coordinator reviews family and program level data, as well as program evaluations and Key Performance Indicators, regularly to ensure all staff and school partners are aware of progress and challenge areas for family members, JBNC and program initiatives.  This position utilizes data to assist in developing innovative strategies to strengthen and improve JBNC two-generational programming. 

PROGRAM RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Reports to the Chief Program Officer;
  • Interpret data, analyze results using statistical techniques and provide ongoing reports for staff and partner organizations;
  • Develop and implement data collection systems and processes, data analytics and other strategies that optimize efficiency and quality;
  • Acquire data from primary or secondary data sources and maintain databases, primarily ETO
  • Identify, analyze, and interpret trends or patterns in complex data sets;
  • Filter and “clean” data by collaborating with staff, reviewing reports, program efforts, and performance indicators to locate and correct challenges;
  • Locate and define new process improvement opportunities;
  • Design comprehensive data reports and other tools to assist in making data-driven, strategic decisions;
  • Develop relationships with community-based sites to assess data collection gaps and identify needs;
  • Develop relationships and data-sharing processes with external partner organizations and schools for data collection;
  • Assist in grant reporting and funding applications as needed.
  • Other duties as assigned

The preceding statements are not intended to be an exhaustive list of tasks and functions for this position.  Other tasks and functions may be assigned as needed to fulfill the mission of the organization.

QUALIFICATIONS / KNOWLEDGE / SKILLS / ABILITIES

  • Bachelor’s degree required, related to public health, social services, business or education
  • Two to five years of experience working in non-profit data evaluation environment
  • Strong organizational skills and the ability to maintain detailed records
  • Strong project management skills with strategic thinking and analytical qualities
  • Able to respect and maintain confidentiality at all times
  • Demonstrated ability to think strategically and thorough understanding of strategic development
  • Able to successfully implement strategy; effectively address overlapping projects and deadlines
  • Attentive to the perspectives and competing interests of various internal and external stakeholders including community partners, school staff, youth, parents, and colleagues
  • Demonstrates high degree of integrity and ethical standards
  • Works well in dynamic, collaborative environments and partners, both independently and as part of a team
  • Knowledge of the Near Eastside neighborhood resources and demographics
  • Requires knowledge of software applications
  • Requires access to personal, reliable transportation
  • Requires the ability to be flexible in your day-to-day work schedule including the ability to work day, evening and weekend hours if necessary


Location: Indianapolis, IN
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