To Apply:

Submit your application on our website at We're Hiring, and send any questions to Jobs@strongerus.org with “Data Fellow” in the subject line. We’ll review your application and contact you if we we are interested in discussing your candidacy.

Summary 

Stronger U.S. works to advance a multi-issue economic fairness and pro-democracy agenda using an integrated citizen engagement model that focuses intensive attention year-round on recruiting and training volunteers to become “whole citizens” who participate fully in civic life as voters, issue advocates and community leaders – and who can train others to do the same.

Stronger U.S. Fellows and Interns have the opportunity to gain skills and experience. Fellows receive training and coaching from experienced, professional organizing staff. Students may earn school credit and all participants receive hands-on professional development. Applicants of all ages and backgrounds are encouraged to apply. Stronger U.S. fellows learn marketable skills that can help change the world. Upon completion of the program they receive assistance with job placement and a graduation certificate. Fellowships and Internships with Stronger U.S. are unpaid.

As a Stronger U.S. Data Fellow you are responsible for working with relevant staff on the day to day management and tracking of data in our field campaigns. You will have the opportunity to work on innovative systems that will support our citizen engagement efforts within your state. You will collect and compile data used in Stronger U.S. strategic outreach. You will work on systems to manage, track and hold organizers accountable to metrics-based goals. As a data fellow, you will also have the opportunity to see how data-driven decisions influence campaign strategies and citizen outreach tactics.

Key Responsibilities

  • Data Analysis: Analyze and compile political data for use in presentations and memos. Identify inaccuracies and flaws in data and data systems for correction. Identify trends in data that inform our outreach efforts and allow for the most productive data driven outreach strategy possible. Present daily reports to relevant staff.
  • Contribute to outreach strategy planning based on data analysis: Be part of the team that customizes the outreach efforts based on trends and common occurrences in incoming data. Provide up-to-date analysis of data as needed. Compile and standardize information from various sources for project and progress monitoring. 
  • Voter File management and training: Senior data fellows will conduct group training on utilizing data sets within specific regions and providing assistance as needed for Directors and Organizers facing data challenges. Ensure volunteer organizers, interns, and fellows are properly trained to use data sets and work with State and Organizing directors to hold them accountable for data collection and entry.

Qualifications

Passion for social justice, and working with a team. Proficiency in Microsoft Office with a strong emphasis on Excel. Experience with (or interest in) databases and data structures (Access, MySQL). Some experience with internet research or large public datasets preferred. Ability to multi-task and manage time effectively. Ability to work collaboratively as a member of our fast-paced team. Strong attention to detail. The ideal candidate is passionate about community organizing and movement building and has a track record of accomplishment, and an ability to work effectively with all different types of people. VAN, Nation Builder or similar experience, a plus but not required. 

To Apply:

Submit your application on our website at We're Hiring, and send any questions to Jobs@strongerus.org with “Data Fellow” in the subject line. We’ll review your application and contact you if we we are interested in discussing your candidacy.

Stronger U.S. is an equal opportunity employer and is strongly committed to a diverse workplace and a diverse movement. We will not discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment on the basis of race, color, national or ethnic origin, religion, sex, age, disability, pregnancy, sexual orientation, gender identity, or veteran status.