MPA is currently accepting inquiries for a new full-time position of Data Manager position in our Portland office. This position will be responsible for tracking membership and voter interest in (and activity on) a variety of 2018 MPA campaigns, including our work to:

 ….among others!

 This new position will be responsible for:

  • Designing and implementing systems for maintaining and enhancing data in MPA’s membership database;
  • Overseeing upgrades and enhancements to our current CiviCRM database system to meet MPA’s complex data needs (including working with all staff to identify database needs and usage requirements, VAN integrations, email delivery system, etc.);
  • Conducting regular data analytics with the goal of informing MPA’s fundraising, organizing, canvass and communications programs; and
  • Working with campaign leadership staff and pollsters to craft strategies for effective voter contact and membership engagement.

A qualified applicant should possess:

  • A passion for economic justice and progressive social change
  • Experience with data systems in progressive campaign work
  • Familiarity with Drupal platform
  • Familiarity with VAN
  • Working knowledge of html
  • Experience with social media platforms (Facebook, Twitter)

The position is a full time, unionized position with benefits, including health insurance. Salary range is $35,000 – $50,000 and commensurate with experience.  MPA is an equal opportunity employer.  Please send a one-page letter of interest, resume, and three references via e-mail to MPA Member Programs Director Bridget Surber, Bridget@MainePeoplesAlliance.org . Please title your email “Data Manager Application (Your Name).”

To apply for this job email your details to Bridget@MainePeoplesAlliance.org

About Maine People's Alliance

MPA's purpose is to bring individuals and organizations together to realize shared goals. We focus on leadership development to increase the number of citizen leaders prepared to work for positive social change.

We are known for our ability to do grassroots organizing and education that reaches more than 100,000 Mainers each year with direct personal contact and quality leadership development work that has yielded dozens of leaders and staff for MPA and other organizations. MPA was founded in 1982 (and officially incorporated in 1983) in the Lewiston/Auburn area with a focus on housing, rent and utility rate reform issues. In 1984, our sister organization, the Maine People's Resource Center, was created.

MPA has four main chapters, in Lewiston, Portland, the Midcoast and Bangor, where members meet each month to work together to advance the issues they care about.