About this Role

At Democracy Prep Public Schools, we are committed to serving all of our scholars. One of the ways that we serve our scholars is through our commitment to data-driven decision making.  We have multiple data streams that inform and influence how we use our time and resources to best meet the needs of our scholars. This role supports the work of the Instructional Leadership Team by building data systems that allow for easy access and use of teacher and scholar data. The goal of this role is to build systems that are self-sustaining and require minimal backend maintenance. 

Who You Are:

  • An individual whose personal mission aligns with high expectations for outcomes for all students
  • A project manager who can take an idea and turn it into a complete and detailed plan, considerate of all stakeholders and context.
  • An organized systems thinker with the ability to work independently, multitask, and meet multiple deadlines simultaneously
  • A teammate who wants to empower educators and administrative staff with data to do their work smarter and faster
  • A data-driven thinker who uses data analysis to inform process improvement
  • An excellent written and oral communicator with a high degree of empathy and the ability to clearly communicate technical concepts to non-technical users.
  • An organized 
  • A graduate of a Bachelor’s degree program with prior experience in education or working with data

What You’ll Do

  • Monitor the accuracy of your school’s data within state-required databases and internal information systems that are housed in Google Sheets.
  • Manage and execute data systems pertaining to internal and state assessments, report cards and promotional status, enrollment, attendance, and more.
  • Partner with the Instructional Leadership Team and Director of Curriculum and Instruction to develop needed data systems for school-wide progress monitoring
  • Evaluate current system to eliminate manual data migration
  • Automate Google-based data systems through efficient scripts and formulas 
  • Migrate data from multiple systems via Google Sheets and Google Scripts
  • Proof and validate data dashboard and reports
  • Operate within compliance of the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) (20 U.S.C. § 1232g; 34 CFR Part 99) which protects the privacy and security of scholar data

What You’ll Need: 

  • Experience with Google Suite and Google API, JAVA, and SQL
  • Basic familiarity with online assessment platforms (Edulastic preferred)
  • Basic familiarity with the development of dashboard and reports in Google Data Studio
  • Familiarity with academic and school-wide organizational data preferred
  • Ability to work independently and produce high-quality work in a timely manner

Compensation & Other Information

This is a part-time, temporary, remote role with a maximum of 29 hours a week ending in mid to late June. Hourly rate is $25-30 per hour, and commensurate with experience. 


Democracy Prep is an Equal Opportunity Employer and will not discriminate against an applicant or employee on the basis of race, color, religion, creed, national origin, or ancestry, sex, age, physical or mental disability, pregnancy, veteran or military status, genetic information, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, marital status, familial status, domestic violence victim status, or any other legally recognized protected basis under federal, state or local laws, regulations or ordinances. Our mission is to educate responsible citizen-scholars who will change the world. We strongly believe that by building a DREAM team that represents numerous perspectives, backgrounds, and expertises, we can achieve this goal together. This is a value we highly support and strongly encourage candidates of all backgrounds to apply.

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