Colorado Nonprofit Association

Director of Data and Strategy


As an organization working to build a movement of civic engagement in Colorado, CCER’s mission is to act as a national model for grassroots civic engagement where every individual has what they need to thrive and actively participate in our democracy. CCER’s vision is to create a culture of collaboration by increasing the capacity of Network Partners to advance a movement grounded in equity, power building and social justice.


CCER seeks a passionate, collaborative, and innovative professional Director of Data and Strategy that will join the organization during an exciting time of transformation. This person will provide data-driven recommendations to inform collective planning, targeting, and opportunities to strengthen data integrity for a table of 501C3 Network Partners. They will be part of a team that works to advance civic participation of targeted populations in our democracy.

This person will operate with a sophisticated racial equity analysis lens and commitment to lifting up the voices of overlooked communities. Because our target communities and colleagues come from a wide range of backgrounds, applicants need to be able to thoughtfully navigate issues related to diversity, race, equity, and inclusion, and bring a deep dedication to advancing these values. They will also need to bring a strong commitment to excellence and true collaboration, an ability to work independently, and an appreciation for patience. Additionally, this position has work situations that involve having a high degree of discretion.

Job Responsibilities

The Director of Data and Strategy reports to the Executive Director and is responsible for the following:


Technological Tools

Network Partner Engagement

Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion


Experience and Technical Skills: At least five years’ experience serving in data and targeting in advocacy, electoral and/or issue organizing campaigns, or field campaign work. This may include experience with and knowledge of data management, database administration, reporting and analysis, and/or digital organizing tools and at least three years in a data role is preferred.

Data Management: Knowledge of data management, database administration, reporting, and analysis. Familiarity with voter files and organizing tools and data quality control preferred

Communication Prowess: Ability to communicate complicated data and analytics reports, systems, and processes to non-technical audiences, including communicating nonpartisan civic engagement best practices to a cross section of stakeholders including those with less data and targeting expertise.

Training Skills: Ability to develop data and technology focused trainings for people with diverse opinions, interests, and skill levels

Project Management: Strong sense of organization and project management with a proven ability to prioritize and deliver on deadlines while remaining calm under pressure

Self-Directed: Ability to work autonomously as well as in deep collaboration in a remote environment. Aptitude for taking initiative to accomplish personal and organizational goals. Demonstrated ability to be flexible with changing priorities, rapid response situations, and communicate clearly about needs.

Mind Set: Maintain an innovative and solutions-oriented attitude in all situations, especially during rapid growth and change

Racial Equity Lens: A commitment to an equity-based and inclusive work culture

People Centered Power: Understanding of people centered power and the ability to work with diverse populations by building and maintaining relationships

Teamwork: Ability to work with a small remote team of passionate and dedicated individuals. Also, be accountable to, and part of, a team working toward common goals.

Vision and energy that is both inspirational and collaborative

Values: Impeccable integrity, adaptability, and humility

Creative and strategic thinker

Highly organized: A thoughtful, focused approach with superior follow-through and attention to detail.