|Reports To:||Deputy Director|
|Classifications:||Regular, Part-Time or Full-Time|
|Hours Per Week:||20-30 Hours per Week|
|Work Location:||Mission District|
Good Samaritan Family Resource Center (GSFRC) is an innovative multi-service non-profit agency located in San Francisco’s Mission District. Its mission is to help immigrant families access needed services, develop self-sufficiency, and participate fully as members of the community. Our staff is a diverse and talented team willing to take different and unique approaches to help children, youth and families thrive and succeed.
The Data Technician works to gather, sort and aggregate the agency’s data, develop models and present their findings to the Leadership Team. The Data Technician reports to the Deputy Director and works in close partnership with the Leadership Team. The Data Technician will also be expected to work with the Executive Director and to craft data-specific presentations for public events as well as internal board meetings.
About the Job
Good Samaritan manages increasing amounts of data, which is segmented to a handful of information technology platforms including program management (internal client management systems CMS, external compliance management with funder CMS systems), human resources, donor management, internal communication-related platforms, as well as external data sharing with partners.
As our Data Technician, you will be asked to learn and understand all of the technology platforms in our tech stack, learn our key measurables, and work to mine the data to uncover critical insights around the nature and impact of our work.
Because of the hands-on nature of the job, you should be comfortable with the dashboard software environment, have an eye for visual design, have the ability to quickly pick up new technological platforms, and have a general curiosity about how data might shape the narrative of our work. We are looking for who is passionate about creating compelling and attractive visual stories from multiple complex data sources, that will enable decision making.
The Data Technician will work closely with our staff members that lead our social services to evaluate requirements for collecting and integrating data management into our programs and build strong collaborative relationships with the Leadership Team. You will also enable the team to present large amounts of data in ways that are universally understandable or easy to interpret and spot patterns, trends, and correlations.