Web and Data Designer

Data for Progress | Remote | Permanent

Date Posted

05/19/22

Job Role

Client Services, Data & Data Management, Digital, Technology

Organization Type

Consultants, Issue Advocacy, Nonprofit, Technology Provider, Vendor or Service Provider

Location

Remote

Salary Range

$61,000-$80,000

How to Apply

Send resume and one survey question related to progressive policy you’d be interested in polling to . Please include “Web and Data Designer” in the subject heading (no cover letter needed).

Due to volume of applicants, we can only respond to people who will be interviewed.

Web and Data Designer

Data for Progress | Remote | Permanent

Position Summary

Web and Data Designer

Data for Progress is hiring a full-time web and data designer with strong experience in web design and data visualization to help expand our mission of empowering movements using data. Our Web and Data Designer will work closely with the communications, polling, policy, and tech teams to maintain the Data for Progress website and push the envelope in how we use the web to shift policy and polling narratives.

DESIRED QUALIFICATIONS (but you don’t need to have all of them):

  • Strong familiarity with Squarespace for website design and management

  • Experience in graphic design using platforms like Adobe InDesign or Illustrator, Canva, Figma, etc.

  • Experience creating microsites and interactive data visualizations

  • Working knowledge of HTML, CSS, and JavaScript

  • Ability to interpret and take action based on SEO and website analytics (e.g. Google Search Console, Google Analytics)

  • Working knowledge of progressive policies and familiarity with the work of Data for Progress

  • Strong and self-directed project management and ability to juggle multiple priorities at a time

  • Strong written, operational, and organizational skills

FOR EXAMPLE, THIS MIGHT LOOK LIKE…

  • Revamping the dataforprogress.org homepage to align with DFP’s political and organizational priorities

  • Designing custom charts for a polling project

  • Launching a micro-site for a partner that showcase a policy and polling narrative (like fightingchanceforfamilies.org)

  • Developing a visualization of district-by-district support for the American Jobs Plan

  • Integrate new technologies and tools, e.g. DataWrapper, into our website

  • Implementing an SEO strategy for dataforprogress.org

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Maintain the Data for Progress website by uploading blog posts, memos, and other projects using Squarespace

  • Interact directly with clients and outside partners to provide customized, innovative online presentations of Data for Progress’ polling.

  • Implement a strong technical foundation for dataforprogress.org in SEO, accessibility, and design.

  • Track and report on website analytics to inform strategy for communications, tech, policy, and polling teams

  • Collaborate with diverse team members and stakeholders, often in rapid response scenarios and on tight deadlines

If you are unsure if you meet the qualifications for this role but are still interested, applying is highly encouraged.

EQUAL OPPORTUNITY

Data for Progress is an Equal Employment Opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, ethnicity, national origin, religion, socioeconomic status, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, age, disability, marital status or veteran status.

Moreover, we are committed to developing leaders, policies, and a team culture that embraces diversity and enhances equity. We believe that differences in backgrounds, experiences and identities lead to healthier organizations and stronger teams.

COMPENSATION

This position offers 15 days paid vacation, paid sick and mental health days, medical, dental, and vision insurance, matching 401k, and a $65,000-$75,000 salary commensurate with experience.

Date Posted

05/19/22

Job Role

Client Services, Data & Data Management, Digital, Technology

Location

Remote

Salary

How to Apply

Send resume and one survey question related to progressive policy you’d be interested in polling to . Please include “Web and Data Designer” in the subject heading (no cover letter needed).

Due to volume of applicants, we can only respond to people who will be interviewed.

Position Summary

Web and Data Designer

Data for Progress is hiring a full-time web and data designer with strong experience in web design and data visualization to help expand our mission of empowering movements using data. Our Web and Data Designer will work closely with the communications, polling, policy, and tech teams to maintain the Data for Progress website and push the envelope in how we use the web to shift policy and polling narratives.

DESIRED QUALIFICATIONS (but you don’t need to have all of them):

  • Strong familiarity with Squarespace for website design and management

  • Experience in graphic design using platforms like Adobe InDesign or Illustrator, Canva, Figma, etc.

  • Experience creating microsites and interactive data visualizations

  • Working knowledge of HTML, CSS, and JavaScript

  • Ability to interpret and take action based on SEO and website analytics (e.g. Google Search Console, Google Analytics)

  • Working knowledge of progressive policies and familiarity with the work of Data for Progress

  • Strong and self-directed project management and ability to juggle multiple priorities at a time

  • Strong written, operational, and organizational skills

FOR EXAMPLE, THIS MIGHT LOOK LIKE…

  • Revamping the dataforprogress.org homepage to align with DFP’s political and organizational priorities

  • Designing custom charts for a polling project

  • Launching a micro-site for a partner that showcase a policy and polling narrative (like fightingchanceforfamilies.org)

  • Developing a visualization of district-by-district support for the American Jobs Plan

  • Integrate new technologies and tools, e.g. DataWrapper, into our website

  • Implementing an SEO strategy for dataforprogress.org

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Maintain the Data for Progress website by uploading blog posts, memos, and other projects using Squarespace

  • Interact directly with clients and outside partners to provide customized, innovative online presentations of Data for Progress’ polling.

  • Implement a strong technical foundation for dataforprogress.org in SEO, accessibility, and design.

  • Track and report on website analytics to inform strategy for communications, tech, policy, and polling teams

  • Collaborate with diverse team members and stakeholders, often in rapid response scenarios and on tight deadlines

If you are unsure if you meet the qualifications for this role but are still interested, applying is highly encouraged.

EQUAL OPPORTUNITY

Data for Progress is an Equal Employment Opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, ethnicity, national origin, religion, socioeconomic status, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, age, disability, marital status or veteran status.

Moreover, we are committed to developing leaders, policies, and a team culture that embraces diversity and enhances equity. We believe that differences in backgrounds, experiences and identities lead to healthier organizations and stronger teams.

COMPENSATION

This position offers 15 days paid vacation, paid sick and mental health days, medical, dental, and vision insurance, matching 401k, and a $65,000-$75,000 salary commensurate with experience.

Date Posted

05/19/22

Job Role

Client Services, Data & Data Management, Digital, Technology

Location

Remote

Salary

How to Apply

Send resume and one survey question related to progressive policy you’d be interested in polling to . Please include “Web and Data Designer” in the subject heading (no cover letter needed).

Due to volume of applicants, we can only respond to people who will be interviewed.

Web and Data Designer

Data for Progress | Remote | Permanent

Position Summary

Web and Data Designer

Data for Progress is hiring a full-time web and data designer with strong experience in web design and data visualization to help expand our mission of empowering movements using data. Our Web and Data Designer will work closely with the communications, polling, policy, and tech teams to maintain the Data for Progress website and push the envelope in how we use the web to shift policy and polling narratives.

DESIRED QUALIFICATIONS (but you don’t need to have all of them):

  • Strong familiarity with Squarespace for website design and management

  • Experience in graphic design using platforms like Adobe InDesign or Illustrator, Canva, Figma, etc.

  • Experience creating microsites and interactive data visualizations

  • Working knowledge of HTML, CSS, and JavaScript

  • Ability to interpret and take action based on SEO and website analytics (e.g. Google Search Console, Google Analytics)

  • Working knowledge of progressive policies and familiarity with the work of Data for Progress

  • Strong and self-directed project management and ability to juggle multiple priorities at a time

  • Strong written, operational, and organizational skills

FOR EXAMPLE, THIS MIGHT LOOK LIKE…

  • Revamping the dataforprogress.org homepage to align with DFP’s political and organizational priorities

  • Designing custom charts for a polling project

  • Launching a micro-site for a partner that showcase a policy and polling narrative (like fightingchanceforfamilies.org)

  • Developing a visualization of district-by-district support for the American Jobs Plan

  • Integrate new technologies and tools, e.g. DataWrapper, into our website

  • Implementing an SEO strategy for dataforprogress.org

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Maintain the Data for Progress website by uploading blog posts, memos, and other projects using Squarespace

  • Interact directly with clients and outside partners to provide customized, innovative online presentations of Data for Progress’ polling.

  • Implement a strong technical foundation for dataforprogress.org in SEO, accessibility, and design.

  • Track and report on website analytics to inform strategy for communications, tech, policy, and polling teams

  • Collaborate with diverse team members and stakeholders, often in rapid response scenarios and on tight deadlines

If you are unsure if you meet the qualifications for this role but are still interested, applying is highly encouraged.

EQUAL OPPORTUNITY

Data for Progress is an Equal Employment Opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, ethnicity, national origin, religion, socioeconomic status, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, age, disability, marital status or veteran status.

Moreover, we are committed to developing leaders, policies, and a team culture that embraces diversity and enhances equity. We believe that differences in backgrounds, experiences and identities lead to healthier organizations and stronger teams.

COMPENSATION

This position offers 15 days paid vacation, paid sick and mental health days, medical, dental, and vision insurance, matching 401k, and a $65,000-$75,000 salary commensurate with experience.

Date Posted

05/19/22

Job Role

Client Services, Data & Data Management, Digital, Technology

Location

Remote

Salary

How to Apply

Send resume and one survey question related to progressive policy you’d be interested in polling to . Please include “Web and Data Designer” in the subject heading (no cover letter needed).

Due to volume of applicants, we can only respond to people who will be interviewed.

Web and Data Designer

Data for Progress | Remote | Permanent

Position Summary

Web and Data Designer

Data for Progress is hiring a full-time web and data designer with strong experience in web design and data visualization to help expand our mission of empowering movements using data. Our Web and Data Designer will work closely with the communications, polling, policy, and tech teams to maintain the Data for Progress website and push the envelope in how we use the web to shift policy and polling narratives.

DESIRED QUALIFICATIONS (but you don’t need to have all of them):

  • Strong familiarity with Squarespace for website design and management

  • Experience in graphic design using platforms like Adobe InDesign or Illustrator, Canva, Figma, etc.

  • Experience creating microsites and interactive data visualizations

  • Working knowledge of HTML, CSS, and JavaScript

  • Ability to interpret and take action based on SEO and website analytics (e.g. Google Search Console, Google Analytics)

  • Working knowledge of progressive policies and familiarity with the work of Data for Progress

  • Strong and self-directed project management and ability to juggle multiple priorities at a time

  • Strong written, operational, and organizational skills

FOR EXAMPLE, THIS MIGHT LOOK LIKE…

  • Revamping the dataforprogress.org homepage to align with DFP’s political and organizational priorities

  • Designing custom charts for a polling project

  • Launching a micro-site for a partner that showcase a policy and polling narrative (like fightingchanceforfamilies.org)

  • Developing a visualization of district-by-district support for the American Jobs Plan

  • Integrate new technologies and tools, e.g. DataWrapper, into our website

  • Implementing an SEO strategy for dataforprogress.org

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Maintain the Data for Progress website by uploading blog posts, memos, and other projects using Squarespace

  • Interact directly with clients and outside partners to provide customized, innovative online presentations of Data for Progress’ polling.

  • Implement a strong technical foundation for dataforprogress.org in SEO, accessibility, and design.

  • Track and report on website analytics to inform strategy for communications, tech, policy, and polling teams

  • Collaborate with diverse team members and stakeholders, often in rapid response scenarios and on tight deadlines

If you are unsure if you meet the qualifications for this role but are still interested, applying is highly encouraged.

EQUAL OPPORTUNITY

Data for Progress is an Equal Employment Opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, ethnicity, national origin, religion, socioeconomic status, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, age, disability, marital status or veteran status.

Moreover, we are committed to developing leaders, policies, and a team culture that embraces diversity and enhances equity. We believe that differences in backgrounds, experiences and identities lead to healthier organizations and stronger teams.

COMPENSATION

This position offers 15 days paid vacation, paid sick and mental health days, medical, dental, and vision insurance, matching 401k, and a $65,000-$75,000 salary commensurate with experience.

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