• Full Time
  • Remote

Website domesticworkers About National Domestic Workers Alliance (NDWA)

About National Domestic Workers Alliance (NDWA)

The National Domestic Workers Alliance (NDWA) is the leading national voice for dignity, respect, and recognition for domestic workers in the United States. NDWA was founded in 2007 by organizers and worker leaders in six cities representing nannies, house cleaners, and care workers, and now represents an alliance of more than 76 organizations across 22 states and 395,000 domestic workers nationally.

We envision a society where domestic work is valued as essential to our collective well-being, domestic workers are leaders in shaping the care sector, and domestic work jobs are good, economically secure jobs.

For over 15 years, we’ve worked to advance our mission by making domestic work visible. We’ve worked to pass policies that enable rights and higher wages for domestic workers across the country, changed public awareness and opinion about the dignity and value of care work, and built the capacity and leadership of domestic workers to organize and advocate for their rights.

We see the next era of our organization as an opportunity to move domestic work from newfound visibility towards transformation, and we’re ready to elevate care workers to the essential workers of the 21st-century economy.

We’re a multi-racial, multi-lingual organization building a powerful movement rooted in the human rights, dignity, and equality of domestic workers, care workers, immigrant women, and women of color.

Summary of the Sr. Data Director position

The Senior Data Director will develop and guide the strategy, architecture, and tooling of National Domestic Workers Alliance’s (c3) and Care In Action’s (c4) data infrastructure to enable the entire organization to use data effectively. Reporting to the Chief Strategy Officer, the Senior Data Director will take the lead in driving the effectiveness of NDWA’s efforts to organize domestic workers, develop leaders, innovate solutions, and mobilize voters.

We are looking for someone who has a deep commitment to human rights, dignity, and equality of domestic workers, care workers, immigrant women, and women of color. You should apply if you have:

  • A strong track record of ensuring the integrity of campaign and fundraising data and leveraging that data to achieve organizational goals.
  • Experience working with communities and colleagues from a wide range of backgrounds and a proven ability to thoughtfully navigate issues related to diversity, race, equity, and inclusion, and bring a deep commitment to advancing these values.
  • A background in advocacy, ideally with both worker organizing and electoral initiatives.
  • Excitement to work with NDWA teams and stakeholders to execute the organization’s bold strategy to build domestic worker power.

Opportunities for Impact

Building Data-Informed Culture

  • Collaborate with organizational leadership to develop intermediate and long-term plans for testing and experimentation of tools and tactics, including fundraising, voter contact, and membership engagement.
  • Develop and execute a strategy for incorporating a data-driven approach throughout NDWA’s initiatives, working across departments to build a data-informed culture.
  • Provide training and empower leadership to devise data-informed goals and strategies.
  • Create and maintain targeted voter universes for various campaign initiatives, including canvassing, phone banking, voter registration, and digital outreach.
  • Apply an intersectional and inclusion, diversity, equity, and access lens to data practices.

Setting Protocols & Designing Systems

  • Develop, oversee and evaluate data systems and infrastructure across NDWA and CiA.
  • Recommend and set policies for the use and accessibility of complex data strategies across organizations.
  • Build a vision and strategy for how to ensure effective use of technology and data systems across staff.
  • Create standardized protocols regarding data interpretation, setting meetings, and reports.

Data Accuracy, Quality & Governance

  • Own the data accuracy, quality and governance across NDWA (advocacy organizing data) and CiA’s (electoral data) programs.
  • Ensure data security and compliance with privacy regulations
  • Develop systems of reporting and automation that ensure data is standardized and “clean”.
  • Set responsibilities across teams to ensure the use of best practices for data management and accuracy.
  • Work with the Legal team to ensure that privacy policies, terms and conditions, opt-in disclaimers, etc. are updated regularly according to compliance best practices.

Improving NDWA’s Stack – Integrating Tools & Platforms

  • Oversee the implementation, training, and deployment of data assets and tools, including:
    • Relational databases and SQL (BigQuery, Civis)
    • Developer platforms (organizing code and analytical output with GitHub)
    • Google Sheets and/or Excel formulas
    • Organizing Tools (VAN, PDI, texting, dialer and relational tools)
    • CRMs and Databases (Salesforce)
  • Lead collaborative efforts to ensure successful deployment of data assets across organizations.

Team Leadership

  • Manage and develop a team of 2-3 direct reports.
  • Design and roll out a cross-department training program related to data initiatives.
  • Work closely with data vendors and data thought leaders, taking point on all negotiations of contracts with vendors.
  • Provide cross-department leadership and collaboration on data needs.
  • Work across the organization to help individual teams develop best practices for data collection, management, and reporting across NDWA.

Location

This is a remote, full-time role open to candidates across the US.

Compensation

This is a full-time executive position with a salary range of $145,000 to $155,000. NDWA offers an excellent benefits plan including 401(k) plan with a 3% employer contribution , healthcare fully paid by the employer, two annual office closures, and much more.

Personal and Professional Attributes

  • 8+ years experience in data leadership for campaigns and advocacy groups, including experience managing and reporting on c3, c4e, c4pp, and PAC activity.
  • Experience managing full time staff, including setting goals and deadlines for other people, project management, giving feedback, and growing teams.
  • Proven fluency in the use of data within an organizing & advocacy culture, including a deep understanding of how data intersects with field, organizing, development and communications. You know how to work with organizers, policy staff, researchers and other stakeholders.
  • Excitement and ability to develop data-informed culture across an organization.
  • Lens for data systems, ideally coming from a participatory design background/
  • Proven knowledge of data governance, accuracy, quality, and security best practices.
  • Experience building reports, dashboards, and data visualization (Tableau, Periscope, Excel, etc.) that identify important trends and presenting results to key stakeholders.
  • Proven ability to communicate complicated data and analytics reports, systems and processes with a cross section of stakeholders including those with less data expertise.
  • Strong project management experience, with the demonstrated ability to define scopes of work, schedules, and plans of action to ensure overall success.
  • Ability to quickly learn and utilize software and systems.
  • Advanced experience with a wide suite of software and practices, such as:
    • Relational databases and SQL (BigQuery, Civis)
    • Developer platforms (organizing code and analytical output with GitHub)
    • Google Sheets and/or Excel formulas
    • Organizing Tools (VAN, PDI, texting, dialer and relational tools)
    • CRMs and Databases (Salesforce)
  • Alignment with NDWA’s vision and values, including a commitment to economic, racial, and gender justice.
  • Ability to work and collaborate with diverse staff in person and remotely and as part of a high-performing team.

We value a truly diverse workforce and a culture of inclusivity and belonging. People from historically disadvantaged communities, such as Women, People of Color, People with Disabilities, and LGBTQIA+ people, are strongly urged to apply. NDWA is a union employer; this position is a senior management position.

NDWA participates in the E-Verify program and is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Application Process

The preferred application deadline is Friday, June 21, 2024. Please submit a resume and answer the application questions in lieu of a cover letter.

This search is being led by NRG Consulting Group. Please reach out to jobs@nrgconsultinggroup.org with any questions.

To apply for this job please visit ndwa.clearcompany.com.