Job Type

Full Time


Minimum: $45,000
Maximum: $60,000




District of Columbia
United States


SUMMARY: Under the direction of the Chief of Family Programs, the Data Coordinator will devise and implement efficient and secure procedures for data management and analysis with attention to all technical aspects. The Data manager will support the Family Rehousing Stabilization Program (FRSP) team, Chief of Operations and CAHP administrator. The goal is to ensure that information flows timely and securely to and from the organization as well as within.

Specific Duties and Responsibilities of the Position:

  • Oversee the internal Program Database to monitor and support the data entry of program staff
  • Prepare monthly reports related to client rental subsidies, furniture, and moving services for the Finance Department to generate the corresponding payments to respective landlords and vendors
  • Work with program staff to establish systems, procedures and standards to maximize program operations in order to determine, enforce and document database policies, procedures and standards
  • Collaborate with the CAHP Administrator by providing administrative support related to the Homeless Management Information System (HMIS) reporting requirements related to Family Coordinated Entry system
  • Collaborate with the Chief of Operations to complete work order requests related to program operations through a web-based database managed by the Dept. of Human Services
  • Regularly follow-up with service providers, maintenance contractors, and the Department of General Services to ensure issues related to program operations are resolved.
  • Collect and compile statistical quality data to analyze and identify areas for improvement
  • Prepare and develop required reports by implementing data tracking mechanisms, interpret data, analyze results using statistical techniques for program improvement
  • Provide proactive and reactive data management support and training to users
  • Other duties as assigned

Requirements and/or Preferred Experience (May be some combination of experience or education):

  • Bachelor’s Degree with two to four years relevant experience as it relates to Microsoft Office, reporting, data entry, data analysis, and oversight of data processes
  • Ability to make decisions independently
  • Knowledge of the Microsoft Office Suite, specifically Excel and Access, and proficiency with data input
  • Strong analytical skills with the ability to collect, organize, analyze, and disseminate significant amounts of information with attention to detail and accuracy
  • Experience with Homeless Management Information System (HMIS)
  • Experience in collaborating with multiple governmental, nonprofit and private agencies
  • Ability to critically think and problem solve on both specific projects and larger systemic instances
  • Excellent communication skills, to include the ability to communicate clearly in writing and verbally to a wide range of audiences such as consumers, service providers and community leadership
  • Outstanding organizational skills and ability to effectively prioritize and manage multiple tasks at the same time, with a full calendar of meetings;
  • Ability to conduct self-directed work and/or function as a part of a team, including data analysis projects and system level planning; and


  • Access to one of the health insurance carriers currently used by The Community Partnership, enrollment to begin on the first of the month following your first day of work. Employee contribution is 30% of the monthly premium
  • Life insurance at double the amount of your salary not to exceed one hundred thousand dollars ($100,000.00) as well as long-term disability insurance
  • Eleven (11) paid holidays per year, paid at the rate of 4.5 hours per holiday.
  • Accumulation of ten (10) days annually vacation leave, accrued at the rate of 3.33 hours per month
  • Accumulation of ten (10) days annually sick leave, accrued at the rate of 3.33 hours per month
  • Eligibility for voluntary contributions to The Community Partnership’s 403(b) plan begins at the time of hire; if you complete 6 months of employment, you will then be eligible for a payment equal to up to 3% of all voluntary contributions to The Community Partnership’s 403 (b) plan

Level of Language Proficiency


Professional Level


Minimum Education Required

4-year degree

How To Apply

Email a cover letter and résumé to Kevin Craver at with Data Coordinator in the subject line. No phone calls, please.