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JOB OPPORTUNITIES AT THE FAMILY LEAGUE

Project Manager of Data & Evaluation

Full-Time | Exempt | Competitive Salary & Benefits

 

Project Manager of Data & Evaluation

School-Based Initiatives Portfolio  

 

Are you a data professional who is also a people-person?  

Do you have experience working with school-based programs or community schools? 

Does using data to support programs and policies that help Baltimoreans thrive light you up? 

If that sounds like you, join the Data and Evaluation Team at Family League of Baltimore and support the work of school-based initiatives in Baltimore! 

 

Position Summary: 

The Project Manager is responsible for ensuring that data collected by the programs and community schools in our School-Based Initiatives portfolio are complete, accurate, and used effectively. This role is one of four Project Managers on the Data and Evaluation team. The Project Manager works in tandem with program staff members who work with the Schools-Based initiatives portfolio. The Project Manager cleans, analyzes, and presents data to demonstrate to various stakeholders that programs are improving outcomes for children and their families. They provide technical assistance to a variety of internal and external stakeholders on using data to guide decision-making and to enhance delivery of quality services for Family League funded programs and projects in this portfolio. The Project Manager must have excellent analytical skills, be detail oriented, and be willing to identify and provide support where needed for a variety of diverse programs and projects.  

 

Essential Functions 

  • Assess data capacity and offer specialized technical assistance related to data collection, data quality, cleaning, analysis, and reporting for a large portfolio of community school-based youth development organizations. 
  • Clean and analyze data; prepare and present reports and data visualizations to internal and external stakeholders. 
  • Facilitate workshops on performance measurement using the Results-Based Accountability framework (training is provided), data collection, and other related topic areas to stakeholders. 
  • Support partners with developing appropriate performance measures and targets to tell the story of their work. 
  • Provide guidance regarding best practices related to data collection procedures, data management, data quality, continuous quality improvement, and data sharing. 
  • Develop survey and other data collection tools using best practices; analyze, report, and present associated findings internally and externally. 

 

About Family League of Baltimore 

Family League of Baltimore (Family League) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that has served as the designated Local Management Board for the City of Baltimore since 1991. Family League works collaboratively to support data-informed, community-driven solutions that align resources to dismantle the systemic barriers which limit the possibilities for children, families, and communities. 

  Family League invests in strategies and initiatives to create lasting change for children and families. To do this, we work with an array of program partners who seek to transform communities and achieve sustainable impact. In Fiscal Year 2022, Family League invested more than $21.5 million in over 300 funded partners, benefiting more than 30,000 children, youth, and adults in Baltimore.  

Our Bold Goal: Powered by and in partnership with community, we will address inequities in education, health, and economic opportunity through an anti-racist lens to ensure that positive outcomes can be a reality for all Baltimoreans. 

Requirements 

  • Must have a commitment to working with a diverse team on implementing culturally inclusive practices and participating in dialogue on equity in the communities served.   
  • Must have expertise and practical experience in data collection, management, analysis, and presentation.  
  • Minimum 2 years’ relevant experience managing data (including data collection, data entry, developing data processes, providing technical assistance, and writing reports).  
  • Fluency in Excel for data management and analysis required. 
  • Proficiency with SPSS statistical software is a plus.  
  • Proficiency in data visualization and impact communication required. 
  • This includes drafting reports, one-pagers, slide decks, and dashboards. 
  • Experience mapping, especially with ArcGIS, is a plus. 
  • Knowledge of the Baltimore community and experience working with schools and youth development programs preferred.  
  • Strong facilitation skills and background in providing professional development preferred.  
  • Must take a compassionate and collaborative approach to serving partner organizations and offering technical assistance.  
  • Flexible team member who is a proactive, self-starter with the ability to independently prioritize multiple projects, tasks, and assignments.  
  • This position requires some in-person work and travel within Baltimore and Maryland for meetings and trainings. Occasional out-of-state and overnight travel may also be required for conferences.   Outside of this travel, staff members establish a remote, hybrid, or in-person schedule that meets the needs of the team and role with their manager.  
  • Baltimore City residency preferred. Maryland residency required.  

 

VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES

REVIEW PANEL MEMBER

The Review Panel Member serves as part of an independent review panel convened by Family League of Baltimore to rate and score proposals submitted in response to a Request for Proposals (RFP). This panel represents experience and knowledge in the fields of human service provision and programmatic oversight of the types of services and resources being developed.

 

COMMUNITY SCHOOLS STEERING COMMITTEE MEMBER

The Community Schools Steering Committee (CSSC) is seeking applications from potential members. As a CSSC member, you can make a difference in the lives of the children and communities you care about in Baltimore City. The vision of the CSSC is to empower Baltimore through a sustainable city-wide network of community schools that support the needs of the whole child and their family, and demonstrate measurable positive outcomes for the community. The CSSC is currently looking to fill the following representative seats:
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  • Students (at least one student on the CSSC must currently be enrolled in a Community School)

 

 

PARTNER ORGANIZATION OPPORTUNITIES

JOBS COORDINATOR, CHOICE PROGRAM AT UMBC

The Jobs Coordinator will serve as a member of Choice Jobs’ Program and Partnerships team. The team’s goal is to prepare youth to successfully enter today’s workforce. Choice Jobs delivers vocational services to young people, using a model that includes individualized service planning, job readiness and life skills training, paid on-the-job training experience at our social enterprise and supported externships and job placement.

 

The Coordinator has two overarching responsibilities — providing ongoing direct services for participants and working with Choice staff and partners to provide career readiness training for youth.

 

COMMUNITY HEALTH ADVOCATE, HEALTHCARE ACCESS MARYLAND (HCAM)

The Community Health Advocate (CHA) will use trauma-informed strategies to outreach pregnant and postpartum women who are unable to be located through traditional outreach methods or who refuse to engage with care coordinators at time of first outreach attempt. The CHA will be embedded in Judy P. Hoyer Center Early Learning Hubs, known as “Judy Centers,” to locate pregnant women and reconnect them to HCAM’s Care Coordination Program and to connect them to the rich services for parents, children and families offered by the Judy Center. The CHA will have access to tools and strategies to build trust with the highest-risk, hard to reach pregnant women in the targeted region and to connect them to quality client services.

 

COMMUNITY SCHOOL COORDINATORS, SOUTHEAST CDC

Southeast CDC currently has openings for two Community School Coordinator positions.

 

A Community School is a public school that is the hub of its neighborhood, uniting educators, community organizations and parents to work together and provide all students with top-quality academics, enrichment, health and social services, and opportunities to pursue their talents. Southeast CDC partners with Highlandtown #215 Elementary/Middle School as its lead Community School agency, employing a Community School Coordinator who works at the school.

 

The Community School Coordinator is key to a Community School, acting as a “community organizer” to create, strengthen, and maintain the bridge between the school and community. The Community School Coordinator develops and manages a menu of services for children, families, and community members within a school neighborhood.

 

MATERNAL CHILD HEALTH, COMMUNITY LIAISON/SUPERVISOR, HEALTHCARE ACCESS MARYLAND (HCAM)

The Care Coordination Program (CCP) at HealthCare Access Maryland (HCAM) assists Medicaid/HealthChoice eligible beneficiaries in accessing, using, and maximizing their Medicaid benefits. Central Intake for enrollment into Home Visiting for pregnant women and infants is housed in the Care Coordination Program at HealthCare Access Maryland (HCAM). The role of the MCH Community Liaison is to provide coordination of CCP programmatic MCH activities and direct oversight of the referral and enrollment process of clients into the B’more for Healthy Babies (BHB) Home Visiting Programs, and operation of the HCAM/BHB Safe Sleep Initiative.