We are looking for a Data Systems Manager to join our team!

Do you love data and systems, and want to use your skills to work for reproductive justice? Join us at Collective Power as our new Data Systems Manager!

  • The Data Systems Manager leads the overall organizational strategy for effective management of program, communications, and fundraising data.  They’ll determine processes for data collection, use, and storage in order to support and optimize work across the organization, and lead evaluation of existing systems and exploration of new systems. Learn more here >>

This is a part time, remote position that could range from 18.75-25 hours/week, depending on candidate skill and interest. We offer generous paid-time-off, 80% employer-paid health insurance, low-cost dental and vision insurance, and more!  Please visit the links above for more information.

Collective Power has been engaging young people in reproductive health, rights, and justice activism since 1981. Today, we are a growing, national reproductive justice organization, and our annual conference, summer internship program, and leadership building projects attract increasing numbers of participants from across the country. Together, we’ll always be working to push the growth edge, to center those most affected by reproductive oppression, and to create space for new and radical thought, infusing joy in each step along the way. We continue to be as committed as ever to pursuing this mission with unwavering dedication, creativity, and love, and look forward to welcoming new leaders to our team at Collective Power for Reproductive Justice.
Demonstrated ability to interact effectively and work successfully with persons of diverse backgrounds, including racial and ethnic, socio-economic, international, LGBQ, and trans identities is essential.

Collective Power for Reproductive Justice is a fiscally sponsored project of TSNE MissionWorks (www.tsne.org).  As an EOE/AA employer, TSNE MissionWorks/Collective Power will not discriminate in their employment practices due to an applicant’s race, color, religion, sex, national origin or ancestry, age, sexual orientation, gender identification, genetic information, veteran or disability status or any other factor prohibited by law.  People of color, trans/non-binary people, LGBQIA people, disabled people, immigrants, religious minorities in the US, fat people, and people from other communities that are currently and historically oppressed are strongly encouraged to apply.