The National Domestic Workers Alliance (NDWA) is the nation’s leading voice for respect, recognition and labor standards for nannies, housecleaners and home care workers. Through leadership development, strategic campaigns and alliance building, we are raising employment standards for the domestic workforce while building a powerful movement for social and global justice.
NDWA’s Member Engagement team is responsible for national communications directly to domestic workers, for designing opportunities for workers to participate in our campaigns and alliance remotely, and for supporting digital engagement for local initiatives across the country. The Member Engagement Data Strategist will be responsible for consolidating our data, maintaining reliable data sets across our various digital organizing tools, improving our data management systems to allow us to operate at scale as we grow, and providing strategic recommendations based on data analysis. They will also support our organizing team by providing segmented lists of workers, creating reports, tracking and identifying trends, monitoring and building data pipelines, and identifying needed automations.
Women, People of Color, People with Disabilities and LGBTQ people strongly urged to apply. Applications will only be accepted electronically. Please submit a cover letter, resume, and writing sample to https://domesticworkers.bamboohr.com/jobs/view.php?id=115
This position will remain open until filled.
About NDWA: The National Domestic Workers Alliance formed in 2007 at the US Social Forum. For the first several years of its existence, NDWA was solely a network of affiliate organizations, independent local domestic worker organizations. In 2016, NDWA launched a membership association to allow domestic workers around the country--including in locations where there is no local organization--to join NDWA, ensuring the domestic worker movement builds the power necessary to successfully advance an ambitious agenda and that worker leadership and dues payment sustains the movement. NDWA is currently made up of 70 affiliate organizations and chapters, and a network of individual workers throughout the U.S.