The Regional Data Coordinator will serve as the primary data evaluator and needs identifier for the Service Planning Area (SPA). The data coordinator, in collaboration with other data analysts in their SPA will aggregate and track regional performance. Additionally, they will work alongside the CES Program Directors to identify opportunities for performance improvement and the resources necessary to help attain that. The data coordinator will work directly with the Home for Good team to help develop tools and identify system enhancements that will further support improvements in data collection, report generation, and overall data access and implementation.
Administer client databases including generating and analyzing reports, user management, and adherence to Homeless Management Information System policies and procedures
Provide ongoing support and training to database users
Establish and oversee implementation of data quality improvement plans
Document data management policies and procedures
Program Performance Tracking & Evaluation:
Enrollment in all critical HMIS trainings, particularly for the “Looker” reporting tool
Responsible for tracking overall program performance for funded subcontractors in region
Oversee the compilation and submission of CES grant reports at a minimum, and consider the creation of monthly program performance reports from staff throughout the organization
Analyze program results and progress towards specific outcomes and goals
Design, develop and implement regular reports for various audiences including staff, board members, donors, press, etc.
Collaboration with the other regional leads within the region to identify specific performance issues and potential remedies
Participation in quarterly HACademy meetings with other Regional Data Coordinators and Home for Good team
Participation in quarterly on-site focused check-ins with Home for Good team
Participation in at least one community –wide convening, highlighting regional successes, challenges, and innovations
Perform other tasks and special projects as required
Bachelor’s degree or equivalent of 5 years’ experience in related field
Computer literacy required. Must be proficient in Internet research, Word, Excel ad database programs and be willing to learn other applications. Experience with Homeless Management Information Systems highly desired.
Strong organizational skills, including effective time management and the ability to make decisions independently and in collaboration with staff across your region and external partners
Demonstrated ability to manage detailed reports, pay close attention to detail, and work under deadlines, appropriately prioritizing priorities while maintaining flexibility
Must have excellent communication skills, including the ability to clearly present data to a variety of audiences
Additional Skills Preferred:
Experience with database software such as Microsoft Access or SQL
Experience with visualization and mapping tools such as Visio, Tableau, and GIS
Some community organizing and/or coalition building experience
Some experience in providing direct services to homeless/formerly homeless people
Additional Position Requirements:
Must have valid California Driver’s License, driver’s insurance and a clean driving record
TB Test (satisfactory resolution)
Negative drug and alcohol test (including marijuana)
Complete Agency Program Training
CPR/First Aid Certification
Hours: Monday – Friday (40 hours per week, may require varied hours)
An Equal Opportunity Employer: Selection will be based solely on merit and will be without discrimination because of age, race, sex, religion, national origin, marital status, sexual orientation, mental or physical disability.
Valley Oasis is a community based organization dedicated to eliminating social and domestic violence and homelessness through community awareness, intervention, prevention, safe shelter, and supportive services.
For more than 33 years, Antelope Valley Domestic Violence Council, now known as Valley Oasis, has devoted its energy to passionately advocating for the hurt, needy and politically under-represented members of the Antelope Valley.
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