United Way of Midland County is accepting applications for a full-time Impact Manager
This position combines the love of data with the art of visualization and impact. They will be responsible for researching local, state and national data to create visual dashboards and reports in support our impact agenda. They will also help drive our work in listening to the community and theming conversations along with leveraging our internal data for national and local reporting.
The ideal candidate is curious, a creative problem solver and has a high attention to detail. Experience in research, working with complex data sets and data interpretation is ideal. This position seeks a candidate that is highly collaborative, detail-oriented and excited to join an exceptional team driven to create measurable change in the community.
REQUIREMENTS: Bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience in a relevant position. Strong attention to detail, data and dashboard management skills. Intermediate Excel skills.
PREFERRED: Data visualization experience in Plateau (or similar platform).
- Collect and disseminate issue-area data (local, state, federal)
- Create dashboards by issue area and for specific community projects
- Community Conversations theming | dashboarding
- Collect and synthesize data and community group activities & priorities
- Schedule and theme community conversations
- Create monthly CEO issue area updates
- Synthesize notes/priorities from community groups
- Prepare and manage MOUs for collective impact work
- Manage supplemental impact products
- National/local impact reports
If you are interested in joining a fun, mission-driven team, please submit a cover letter and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org.