Dear friends and colleagues,
So many of us are still focused on the ongoing tally of votes for the presidential election. One thing we can say for sure right now is that tons of data have been produced about this election season. If the thought of all that data is as exciting to you as the election’s outcome, then this message may be for you: The Data Center is hiring!
We are seeking a dedicated and passionate candidate—who understands that data and technology can be powerful tools for change—to join our team as a Data Warehouse Manager.  The Data Warehouse Manager will be responsible for all aspects of our data warehouse, including managing our cloud-based data warehousing environment, data extraction and ETL tools, reporting and data visualization software, and collaborating with a variety of internal and external stakeholders.
A contributing factor to The Data Center’s success has been our ability to pull  data from many different platforms to build a nuanced understanding of issues.  Our data warehouse presents exciting opportunities to create new Data Center tools and techniques to better understand our region and further democratize data. There’s more data to explore and pressing topics to research, but we need your help!
We can reliably say 2020 has been…different. If for you that also means taking on a new job that allows you to use your skillset to contribute to solving problems in a unique and meaningful way, then we offer an amazing team, a compelling mission, flexible work hours, generous benefits, and options to work from home/telecommute. Please visit the link below for the full job descriptions and instructions on how to apply:

The Data Center is always looking for new and innovative ways to bring objective and reliable data to decisionmaking. If you know someone who would be perfect for this job, please feel free to forward this to them as well.  The deadline to apply for the Data Warehouse Manager position is Monday, December 7, 2020.

Bringing you the data you need to make informed decisions,
The Data Center Team
Erica Amrine, Allison Plyer, Dabne Whitemore, Jenna Losh, Don Asay, Robby Habans, Lamar Gardere, Cody Brumfield, Amy Teller, Rachel Weinstein, Ellen Kujawa, and Katrina Andry
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