Founded in 2016, For Our Future Action Fund and For Our Future run the largest, permanent progressive field program across key states. Our vision is to expand the progressive infrastructure and advance economic prosperity for all, strong community schools, climate justice, and civil rights. Along with community partners and volunteers, we consistently engage with people in face-to-face conversations around what issues matter most to them. By organizing people in lasting relationships, we win elections, drive local progress, make a communitys collective voice heard, and help build the transformative power needed to improve peoples lives.
In 2018, we made over 9 million door knocks and held 1.3 million face-to-face conversations with voters in 7 states. Our turnout operation and innovative program helped restore voting rights to 1.4 million Floridians, expand Medicaid coverage to 400,000 in Virginia, and resulted in sizable electoral progress at the state and federal level, including the pickup of 3 Gubernatorial offices, 1 Senate seat, 13 Congressional seats, and 22 state legislative seats.
For Our Future will continue to grow and win through 2020, building power across issue fights and elections. Headquartered in Washington, DC, our current state programs include Florida, Michigan, Nevada, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Virginia, and Wisconsin.
The Deputy Director, Data Infrastructure & Reporting is responsible for designing, implementing, and managing a data & reporting ecosystem that empowers program through data integration and provides insight into active program for national stakeholders while empowering state staff to build flexible and responsive reports to manage complex and high volume field program. This person will work with For Our Futures data systems across multiple platforms, including field data management systems like VAN, analytics environments like the Catalist S tool, data warehouse systems, digital data management systems like Action Network, SMS communications tools like Hustle and MobileCommons, soft reporting systems in multiple platforms, and relational organizing tools and then visualizing that integrated data using tools like Tableau, Google Docs Reports, and other reporting systems. This role is responsible for managing successful data integration between all of these systems and managing identity resolution. Because we believe that the best program is highly informed by on-the-ground management, effective listening and communication skills are crucial for this role. Our reporting systems must allow for innovation while remaining true to a core set of principles, definitions, structures, and stylistic approaches. The Deputy Director is a core member of the Data & Analytics team and will be responsible for providing additional support to the team, and the national organization, as needed. This position will be funded through at least November 6, 2020.
Salary: $75,000 - $90,000