Director of Technology Programs and Data Management

Barbara Bush Foundation - Washington D.C., District of Columbia - Full time

Primary Responsibilities

The Director of Technology Programs and Data Management is a full-time position that reports directly to the Vice President of Mission and Programs. The primary responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

Technology Lead and Digital Program Management

  • Lead the selection, management, execution, and evaluation of the Foundation’s technology and innovation investments through the Robert and Dorothy King Technology Innovation Fund
  • Support the development, implementation, and ongoing management of online and digital programs designed to improve literacy skills in adults and children
  • Staff the organization’s Technical Advisory Council (TAC) to ensure that we are leveraging the knowledge and expertise of its members to improve the Foundation’s technology offerings
  • Manage metrics and performance goals related to all technology offerings

Digital Learning Platform Implementation and Support

  • Support the implementation for the Digital Learning Platform (DLP), including an expanded metrics plan, system functionality, and analytic reports
  • Provide DLP onboarding and training to Foundation staff and partners as needed
  • Develop future analytics plan for the DLP (mentoring and repository) in collaboration with the Program Team
  • In year two, transition to providing technical assistance, troubleshooting, and customer service support to users of the DLP

Data Analytics and Reporting

  • Support project data collection and analysis in collaboration with program managers
  • Review project monitoring and evaluation plans and metrics to ensure that the team is collecting quality data
  • Support the design (if needed) of qualitative project survey questions
  • Provide technical assistance to the National Action Plan Secretariat Team to develop and collect metrics and indicators
  • Lead the preparation and presentation of quarterly progress reports

Additional Deliverables and Support

  • Support results and data oriented collateral development and marketing with the Communications team
  • Assist in grant reporting for the Program team as needed
  • Perform other duties as assigned

Skills, Knowledge and Experience

  • Bachelor’s degree (or higher) in technology, monitoring and evaluation, data analytics, or other related to the field
  • Minimum of 5 to 8 years’ work experience in similar field
  • Nonprofit/social sector experience preferred but not required
  • Experience with digital program design and evaluation
  • Experience with analytics and technology skills required
  • Experience in managing projects and completing tasks on time
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Demonstrated flexibility, adaptability, and the ability to perform and collaborate under challenging conditions
  • Ability to multi-task across a range of initiatives
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite (Word, PowerPoint, Excel, Access)
  • Expertise in Google Analytics

Period of Performance

This is a full-time position (40 hours per week).

Culture and Values

The Barbara Bush Foundation is committed to honoring its three-decade history, while looking toward the future as an innovative thought leader in the field of adult and family literacy. We have a fast-paced, collaborative environment. Our organization values innovation, dedication, teamwork, and respect.

We enjoy thinking big, but also working hard to deliver our best product. Our team is solutions-oriented, looking for someone who is always ready to deliver on ways to solve challenges, both internally and with external partners.

Benefits

We offer paid time off, flexible spending account, insurance (health, dental, vision, disability, and life), and a generous 403(b) retirement plan.

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Role

Project Management

Experience Level

Mid Level

Barbara Bush Foundation

The Barbara Bush Foundation is laser-focused on bridging the equity gap and breaking the multigenerational cycle of low literacy by improving the skills of adults, parents and caregivers.
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