compensation: $30.00 per hour; CalPERS health and retirement benefits included employment type: full-time non-profit organization
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Location: Grass Valley, CA
Hours: 40 hours per week; Monday through Friday, 8:30 am to 5:00 pm
Pay: $30.00 per hour
Benefits: CalPERS health and retirement benefits included
Use data to help tell the story of homelessness in our community
Connecting Point is seeking a Community Data Analyst to serve as the administrator of the Homeless Management Information System (HMIS) for Nevada and Placer Counties. This position supports HMIS agencies by conducting individual and group trainings for agency staff, creating custom reports, and assisting with HMIS issue resolution. The Community Data Analyst will monitor and promote data quality to ensure that HMIS meets high data quality standards.
Additionally, the Community Data Analyst will run analytics on community data and build impactful reports, dashboards, and visualizations using software.
About Connecting Point
Connecting Point is a public agency dedicated to providing programs and services that support the health and well-being of the people in our community. We do this by helping people connect—to employment, to in-home care, to community services, and to each other.
We take a person-centered approach, meaning that our work is driven by the goals and preferences of the people we serve.
Connecting Point staff members are active listeners, who assist people in meeting their personal goals without making assumptions or passing judgment. They are collaborators, who work closely with program participants, fellow team members, and community partners to streamline services and provide support. And they are valued staff members, who provide energy, ideas, and feedback to help us make our services the best they can be.
The Community Data Analyst works as part of our Administrative team to support Connecting Point’s programs.
About the Position
The Community Data Analyst will work closely with Connecting Point staff to collect and analyze data, particularly data related to homelessness in Nevada and Placer Counties.
We are seeking someone who is curious and astute, who is willing to dive deep into complex issues. They must be organized, able to manage complex projects, and have high standards and a sharp attention to detail.
The Community Data Analyst must have excellent interpersonal skills, the ability to communicate clearly and effectively, and the desire to represent Connecting Point in meetings with community partners and other stakeholders.
Finally, the Community Data Analyst must have an affinity for social service programs and some knowledge of the challenges of ending poverty and homelessness.
We are seeking someone with a BA/BS in data science or a related field (MA/MS is preferred). Equivalent experience may be a substitute.
HMIS SYSTEM ADMINISTRATION
The Community Data Analyst works closely with Connecting Point staff and community partners to collect, analyze, and share program data and ensure data quality in the HMIS system. They will review policy updates and assist in refining policies and procedures for HMIS users.
The Community Data Analyst will enforce data and system security in the HMIS system, ensure consistency across the system, and provide regular data quality reports to participating HMIS users and to the Homelessness Council of the Sierras (HRCS).
The Community Data Analyst will compile and submit regular reports, run custom reports, and assist partner agencies in developing and modifying reports.
TRAINING & TECHNICAL SUPPORT
The Community Data Analyst will develop training standards and materials, design and conduct trainings, and provide support to HMIS partner staff to ensure data is of the highest quality.
Check out the full job description at www.connectingpoint.org/opportunities for more information.
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