Position: Data Coordinator
Role: The Data Coordinator is an important member of the Data and Analytics team who works with union organizers and unionized employers to maintain and enhance data systems around union list quality, membership dues, and voluntary political contributions (COPE).
Duties and Responsibilities:
The Data Coordinator performs a wide range of duties, which may vary according to the needs of the union. Examples of those duties and responsibilities, not intended to be exhaustive nor all inclusive, include:
- Overseeing day-to-day membership dues reconciliation systems, including maintenance, upgrades, dashboards, and other procedures
- Monitoring and supporting the UHWP membership and COPE reconciliation process
- Working with union organizers and unionized employers to increase responsiveness to dues reconciliation audits
- Working with union organizers and unionized employers to improve quality, structure, submission, storage, and frequency of unit lists coming to the union
- Assist in union contract storage, tracking, and analysis
- Supporting organizers to maintain and reconcile membership lists
- Driving audits of member contact/opt-in information against cards
- Facilitating individualized organizer training on database use to increase usage
- Working to create necessary reports (e.g. dues audit reports, UHWP reports, membership changes by facility/month, database comparisons, MRC dashboard, etc.)
- Supporting data needs of political and organizing programs
- Tracking data accomplishments
- Other duties as defined
- Strong Experience With Microsoft Excel/GoogleSheets
- Experience with VAN and UnionWare
- Experience with SQL/MS Access Strongly Recommended
- Experience with GoogleScripts Recommended
- Experience with Python Recommended
- Ability to initiate and drive projects to completion
- Excellent written and verbal communication skills, with the ability to communicate effectively around the results of your work
- Strong collaboration and persuasion skills with both technical and non-technical colleagues and clients
Union staff are expected to work long and irregular hours (on average 55-60 hours per week), work on weekends and holidays when necessary. Some travel for union events is required.
Competitive salary package, benefit package includes fully paid health insurance, defined-benefit pension, optional 401(k), etc.
Send a resume and cover letter to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Please include the words “Data Coordinator” in the title of your email.
SEIU Healthcare Pennsylvania is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Women, LGBT people, and people of color are strongly encouraged to apply.
SEIU Healthcare Pennsylvania unites 45,000 nurses and healthcare workers across the continuum of care. We are the nurses, professional and technical employees, direct care and service workers who work in Pennsylvania’s hospitals, nursing homes, home and community based care services, and state health facilities. Together, we work to unite all nurses and healthcare workers, organize at work and in the community, drive public policy and legislation, and build a broad, strong movement for good jobs, quality care, and healthy communities across Pennsylvania.