Data Manager

Building Bright Futures
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About the Job


About the Position

The Data Manager will join a collaborative team dedicated to using evidence and data to inform policy as a key component to improving the well-being of children and their families across Vermont. The position will support Building Bright Futures in all data, evaluation, and early childhood data integration efforts. Key responsibilities will be to:

  • Manage complex data projects including but not limited to BBF’s keystone report, The State of Vermont’s Children; data dashboards through Vermont’s Early Childhood Data and Policy Center; and Vermont’s Early Childhood Data Development Agenda
  • Support the development of data briefs, data requests, and evaluation efforts to support continuous quality improvement (CQI)
  • Communicate and engage with stakeholders, speakers, and data stewards


The Data Manager position is full-time (1.0 FTE) with a competitive salary and flexible work schedule with the potential to be a 0.8 FTE. Candidates need to be available for regular meetings and events during the workday and occasional evenings and weekends. This is a home-based position with the option to work in BBF’s Williston headquarters. 


Compensation and Benefits

Salary range $58,000 – $65,000 annually. Benefits include generous paid time off, health insurance, dental insurance, and retirement.


Desired Expertise

Our lived experience impacts how we self-assess our skills, experience, and qualifications. If you can imagine yourself in this position and meeting most of what we are looking for, please apply.


  • Proven ability to manage multiple complex data projects simultaneously
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills with strong interpersonal skills
  • Bachelor’s or master’s degree in public health, political science, community development, child development, maternal and child health, social policy, or related field. 
  • Experience with, or an ability to quickly adapt to Google Suite, Microsoft Office Suite, Slack, Zoom, NVIVO, and SurveyMonkey.


Candidates are encouraged to consult Building Bright Futures’ website to acquaint themselves with our organization, please see the full job description by clicking the link above.


To Apply

Please email a cover letter, resume, and three references by Monday, June 12, at midnight. Please send application materials as one PDF labeled: lastname_firstname_Data_Manager to: Position is open until filled. 

Employer's Approach to Diversity, Equity, & Belonging

Building Bright Futures is committed to Vermont’s vision for the early childhood system: Vermont aspires to realize the promise of each and every Vermont child by ensuring that the early childhood system is an integrated, continuous, comprehensive, high-quality system of services that is equitable, accessible and will improve outcomes for children in the prenatal period to age eight and their families. Our work towards this vision is grounded in integrating and weaving a focus of diversity, equity, and belonging into our personal lives and all of our work. In action, this means:
Updating the Vermont Early Childhood Action Plan (five-year strategic plan) to ensure that Vermont is using an equity lens to inform the work
Developing diversity, equity and inclusion competencies to make institution-level changes
Increasing Vermont’s ability to examine the system of services with an equity lens through the monitoring and integration of early childhood data
Utilizing continuous quality improvement with a child-centered and equity focused lens to evaluate progress and promote accountability in Vermont’s early childhood system
Using the Vermont Early Childhood Fund (VECF) to be accessible and disrupt traditional funder-grantee power dynamics. The fund awards $100K to creatively address community needs to improve the lives of children and families.

Wage or Salary
$58,000-$65,000 annually