Murmuration is a political strategy organization that is transforming the politics of education so that every child can benefit from equal access to equitable and high-quality public schools.
We empower campaigns, advocates, and organizers to better engage and mobilize communities to demand improvements to the public education system. We advise and support our partners in their efforts to plan and execute successful, data-driven electoral, organizing, and advocacy campaigns so that together we can transform the politics of education. And we build political influence, craft strategies, leverage data, and develop technology that enable our partners to accelerate progress, particularly those in traditionally marginalized communities.
Our team includes experts and innovators in data, analytics, and strategy. We are former teachers, organizers, data scientists, nonprofit executives, political campaign veterans, and more - and we are looking for people whose passion and expertise can help improve our work and realize our vision.
Murmuration’s role is to support organizations and communities through our political systems, to raise the profile of the issue of public education such that more Americans will prioritize the needs of our students, and to leverage politics to help to create the broader context in which those on the front lines with our children can thrive. We are focused on transforming the politics of education—partnering with organizations across the country committed to organizing parents and communities around the issues of public education and educational equity, electing to office and holding accountable local leaders who will make improving public K-12 schools a priority, and advocating for policy changes with the goal of improving outcomes for children. To do this, we believe that it is critical that all of the political stakeholders—electoral organizations, advocacy and organizing groups, charter associations, networks of schools, districts, elected officials, and voters—contribute to a strong and politically savvy education sector that works together toward a common vision of improving public education.
As Senior Enterprise Data Manager on the Operations team, you will be responsible for leading our mission to drive and define enterprise business solutions for Murmuration-wide use. You’ll work with business and technology leaders from Murmuration and affiliated company business units and core technology teams to define and deliver common solutions – platforms, systems, components, software, standards, and reporting – that inform our current and future business objectives. You will bring your expertise and skills into a diverse team and provide leadership in defining and delivering the architecture of shared products and platforms that, combined, serve as a single source of truth for decision makers. You will lead the direction for the most challenging cross-business Murmuration solutions, including delivering enterprise data infrastructure to capture key metric data to measure, allocate resources, and guide progress towards our mission. The Senior Enterprise Data Manager will have the day-to-day responsibility of the operational data activity for these enterprise data sets, including the reconciliation of data across systems. This position will also lead the effort of documenting the data processes and data quality rules associated with these data sets.
Note: At Murmuration, we are committed to becoming an even more diverse, equitable, and inclusive workplace. To this end, all staff members are expected to sit on and actively participate in DEI (diversity, equity, inclusion) subcommittees. These subcommittees work to ensure that DEI is embedded in everything we do.
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The Senior Enterprise Data Manager is a full-time, salaried position with a comprehensive benefits package. It is based anywhere in the U.S. with location preferred in New York City. Minimum salary for this position is $100,000 but is commensurate with experience.
Murmuration is proud to be an equal opportunity employer, and as an organization committed to diversity and the perspective of all voices, we consider applicants equally of race, gender, color, sexual orientation, religion, marital status, disability, political affiliation, and national origin. We reasonably accommodate staff members and/or applicants with disabilities, provided they are otherwise able to perform the essential functions of the job.