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Full Time Position - San Francisco - Northern California Council for the Community

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  • asha.weinstein@sjsu.edu
    ... Northern California Council for the Community 221 Main Street, Suite 300 San Francisco CA 94105-1911 Program Associate Data Central and Results
    Message 1 of 1 , May 13, 2004
      ----- Forwarded by Asha Weinstein/SJSU on 05/13/2004 11:47 AM -----

      Northern California Council for the Community
      221 Main Street, Suite 300
      San Francisco CA 94105-1911

      Program Associate
      Data Central and Results Accountability

      SALARY: To be
      CLOSING DATE: Position open
      until filled, start date

      Program Associate position is primarily responsible for maintaining and
      upgrading Data Central, NCCC's region-wide information system of social,
      economic, and environmental indicators. The program associate will assess
      the needs of current and potential customers of "Data Central"
      United Way of the Bay Area [UWBA], community collaboratives, non-profit
      organizations) and work to meet those needs through web-based technology
      solutions. "Data Central" is an online, easily accessible source of
      regional and county data for tracking results in Education, Health,
      Self-Sufficiency, Community Safety, Environmental, Economic and other
      indicators. For further information, go to www.ncccsf.org
      <http://www.ncccsf.org> and click onto Data Central.

      This position is also responsible for working directly with the UWBA
      community investment staff on the date requirements for tracking
      programmatic progress of their health, education, safety and
      self-sufficiency investments.

      This is a professional union level position. This position requires
      carrying out assignments without detailed instructions and under minimum
      supervision. Gather and report in a web-based format indicator data for
      Central and assist UWBA issue team staff with their data needs. This
      position requires ease in use of web-based technology, GIS software, and
      database management, quick thinking, initiative and personal motivation as
      well as the ability to adapt to changing needs and issues.

      JOB DESCRIPTION AND RESPONSIBILITES - Responsibilities include but are not
      limited to:
      1. Coordinate further development, updating and maintenance
      web-based Data Central for the nine county San Francisco Bay Area with
      demographic and indicator trend data at the neighborhood, county, and
      regional levels.
      2. Redevelop Data Central from static website to dynamic,
      database-driven information system.
      3. Assess and meet data needs of UWBA staff and other
      4. Write, edit and organize production of reports related to
      Practices in outreach, technical assistance and data collection products,
      including use of GIS Mapping.
      5. Prepare and deliver visual representations (graphs, maps,
      etc.) of
      6. Assist and participate in developing work unit goals and

      POSITION REQUIREMENTS - Any combination equivalent to experience and
      education that satisfies the required knowledge and abilities would

      Education: Bachelors degree required. Advanced coursework is desirable
      research methods, public policy, public health, urban planning, geography
      workforce development.

      Experience: Experience in applied social research and data base
      and management is important. Use of evaluation methodology and
      in organizational decision-making. Marketing, training and customer
      experience is preferred.

      Knowledge, Skills & Abilities: Experience researching and analyzing
      community services and data. Be able to think strategically about data
      needs of customers and respond to them in the development of a region wide
      web-based data central. Ability to communicate effectively orally and in
      writing; to write, edit and produce research documents; to prepare and
      maintain accurate records; to pay attention to detail; to work effectively
      under pressure; to work as part of a team; to operate PC computers and to
      work with a variety of Windows-based software. Mastery of GIS software,
      Access. Knowledge of web-based database management is required.
      in software application development, graphic design or usability testing
      a "plus. "

      TO APPLY - Submit résumé and cover letter to the NCCC Human Resources
      Department, 221 Main Street, Suite 300, San Francisco, CA 95105 or fax to
      (415) 808-4406 or e-mail to <council@...>.
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