Desired Start Date: ASAP
Type: Full Time
Application Deadline: 5/15/2019

Summary

The Bernie 2020 campaign is seeking a California Data Director. The California Data Director will be responsible for supporting our California state strategy and maintaining open communication with the national data team. This job will include building reporting and data visualizations, analyzing voter and volunteer data, constructing ETLs in SQL, and executing ad hoc analytics requests. This position will be based in California and will dual report to the National Data Director and California State Director.

Responsibilities

Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

  • Work closely with both our California team and National Data Team to implement our California strategy
  • Build visualizations and reporting for key metrics and ad hoc requests
  • Define and extract lists of voters
  • Build and maintain SQL ETL pipelines
  • Support voter contact and organizing projects
  • Occasional travel to our Washington D.C. headquarters
  • Other duties as assigned

Qualifications

  • Extensive experience working with data in SQL
  • Extensive experience manipulating and presenting data in spreadsheets
  • Proficiency with Tableau or other data visualization software
  • Experience working with a political campaign
  • Proficiency with Python or a similar language is a plus but not required
  • Ability to communicate well with nontechnical staff
  • Ability to self manage and thrive in a high pressure, fast paced campaign environment sometimes requiring night and weekend work
  • Strong organizational and project management skills
  • Strong alignment to Bernie 2020 campaign platform

Supervisory Duties

  • None

Salary

$65,000 - $85,000, dependent on experience.

 

Full time staff are eligible for the campaign’s benefits package, including health insurance, dental, vision, and ancillary coverage; as well as paid time off, and more.

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