Now Hiring: GWI Program and Data Manager
GWI Program and Data Manager – NO LONGER OPEN FOR APPLICATIONS.
WOMEN’S WAY is looking for a proactive, independently motivated individual to support the Director of the Gender Wealth Institute (GWI) in conducting all GWI programs and activities and support the Chief Impact Officer in managing WOMEN’S WAY Donor Management system. This role would be perfect for a person who knows how to develop and improve processes, improve programs through program evaluation, manage relationships, and coordinate and execute multiple projects at once.
WHO WE ARE
WOMEN’S WAY is the Greater Philadelphia region’s leading nonprofit organization dedicated to the advancement of women, girls, and gender and racial equity. At WOMEN’S WAY, we work every day to remove barriers that hold women back, so that all women thrive. Since its founding 45 years ago, WOMEN’S WAY has seeded, supported, and led an array of efforts to advance opportunities for women and girls, and gender and racial equity for all. The four main pillars we focus on are 1) Economic Security; 2) Safety; 3) Reproductive Justice; and 4) Leadership Development.
We support these issues by 1) coordinating and aligning efforts among stakeholders, 2) empowering individual and collective voices to build new knowledge and advocate for change, and 3) investing in organizations through grantmaking, training, and resource sharing.
We are a small but mighty team strongly committed to continuous learning, innovation, and growth.
Gender Wealth Institute (GWI)
In 2021, WOMEN’S WAY launched the Gender Wealth Institute whose mission is to close the gender wealth gap in the Greater Philadelphia region by advancing research and practical solutions that build wealth for women experiencing economic insecurity. This is being accomplished through three key activities: convening, innovating, and mobilizing. GWI’s objectives include the following:
- Build a learning community of stakeholders representing multiple sectors to learn together, share resources, and co-create wealth-building practices.
- Test and scale promising practices that build wealth for low-wealth women and close the gender wealth gap.
- Leverage local, regional, and national partners to take organized action focused on transforming interrelated systems related to wealth.
WHAT YOU’LL DO
The GWI Program and Data Manager will report directly to the GWI Director for work tasks related to GWI and to the Chief Impact Officer for work tasks related to Raiser’s Edge, solicitations campaigns, and data analysis for grantmaking programs and WOMEN’S WAY events. Responsibilities include but are not limited to:
GWI Programs Management
- Oversee the day-to-day logistics of three GWI programs: Financial Wellness Program, Changing the Narrative Fellowship Program, and CGWG Virtual Education Series.
- Assist the GWI Director in managing all GWI partners including coordinating communications with all partners.
- Assist the GWI Director in facilitating GWI partner meetings and GWI program sessions.
- Work with the Chief Disruptor and GWI leadership to develop and execute on other collaborative actions and/or pilot programs.
GWI Program Evaluation
- Develop policies and procedures used in conducting and administering evaluation activities for three GWI programs: Financial Wellness Program, Changing the Narrative Fellowship, and the CGWG Virtual Education Series.
- Develop, improve, or customize tools to track outcomes.
- Coordinate the collection, compilation, and analyzing of data.
- Assist the GWI Director in modifying and improving GWI programs based on results of program evaluation.
- Prepare and provide presentations or reports for internal WOMEN’S WAY team (including workgroups), partners, and the public to increase program effectiveness.
GWI Data Repository Management
- Oversee the ongoing development of the Data Repository system.
- Oversee the pilot testing of the Data Repository system with its 8 test partners.
- Track, collect, and analyze data from the pilot test and generate reports on the usage and impact of the Data Repository system.
- Continually evaluate the usage and impact of the Data Repository system and use the collected data to continually improve the Data Repository system.
- Design and implement strategies to build the capacity of GWI partners to use the data repository for advocacy, fundraising, and communications purposes.
- Serve on the Policy and Advocacy Committee and provide updates on the use and impact of the data repository system.
Database & Donor Management in Raiser’s Edge
- Take full responsibility for managing the database.
- Enter gifts in Raiser’s Edge NXT (or database view), file paperwork, and send donor acknowledgment letters.
- Maintain accurate records of donors/prospects, development activities, gifts, and pledges.
- “Clean up” the Raiser’s Edge database to ensure accurate entries / filings.
- Generate Raiser’s Edge reports to support fundraising strategy and donor meetings.
Manage solicitation campaigns
- Send out annual appeal letters (typically July and November)
- Workplace campaigns (Acknowledgements, Solicitations)
- Create surveys, analyze data, and generate reports using SurveyMonkey for WOMEN’S WAY grantmaking programs and events.
WHO YOU ARE
We are looking for an experienced, independently motivated individual who loves learning and is passionate about gender and racial equity. To be successful in this job, you will need to be the type of person who is excited to design and manage processes and improve impact through program evaluation. You will also need to be a master multi-tasker, a fast learner, highly organized, and an analytical and detailed person. A few more specifics:
- A minimum of 3-5 years of work experience
- Experience with program management including designing and implementing processes that improve the programs.
- Experience with program evaluation including designing and implementing evaluation tools and methods, analyzing data, and generating reports to improve programs.
- Experience with meeting facilitation; strong verbal communication and listening skills.
- Comfortable with unknowns and able to thrive in a constantly changing environment.
- Great attitude and appreciation for continuous learning; a willingness to do both strategic and more routine
- Experience with managing partnerships and working with diverse teams.
- Strong interpersonal and relationship building skills.
- Raiser’s Edge experience
WHAT ELSE YOU SHOULD KNOW
The targeted start date for this role is September 2023. Hours are typically Monday-Friday 9am-5pm, but some evenings and weekends will be required for special events and meetings. Position is a hybrid model (virtual 4 days/week and in the office 1 day/week).
Salary will be between $60,000 and $65,000 with exact salary depending on experience. We also offer very competitive benefits, including health insurance, 403(b) and a generous vacation package.
To apply for this position, please send the following materials to firstname.lastname@example.org with the name of the position you are applying for in the subject line.
- PDF or Word version of your resume
- PDF or Word version of your answers to the following questions (each answer should be no more than 2 paragraphs):
- Why are you interested in this position and what do you hope to learn in this role?
- What are two unique strengths/qualities that you will bring to WOMEN’S WAY?
- What type of work environment do you thrive in?
Applications will be accepted until the position is filled.
***WOMEN’S WAY is an equal opportunity employer and is committed to racial equity and social justice. We believe that white supremacy is at the root of all social injustices and has a disproportionate impact on women, people of color, persons with disabilities, people with records of arrest or conviction, immigrants/refugees, and individuals from the LGBTQIA+ community. We believe these communities must be centered in the work we do; therefore, we strongly encourage applications from people with these identities or who are members of other marginalized communities.