We are thrilled to announce that the Washington State Opportunity Scholarship is expanding! We’re looking for people who share our passion in opening doors and building pathways for students to pursue high-demand science, technology, engineering, math (STEM) and health care careers in Washington state.

The Data and Systems Manager will deliver best-in-class data and systems to empower WSOS team members and other key stakeholders to make strategic decisions to support Scholars. They will coach, develop and support Operations team members, design and maintain the organization’s data collection systems, tools and models and analyze data and present findings to key stakeholders. As a member of the organization’s operations team, the ideal candidate must collaborate to identify, recommend and implement systems to enhance the quality of data and efficiency of reporting across multiple teams. This includes communicating proactively and clearly, prioritizing judiciously and bringing a customer service focus to the work.

The Database Manager supports the WSOS team as owner of database design and data management for the organization’s relational, low-code scholarship database. The primary responsibilities of the Database Manager are to: 1) design and maintain the organization’s scholarship database; 2) collaborate with work teams to identify and prioritize program needs and 3) recommend and implement solutions to enhance the quality of data and user experience while maximizing efficiencies reporting and business processes. As a member of the organization’s operations team, the ideal candidate possesses the ability to collaborate with diverse people across multiple teams. This includes communicating proactively and clearly, prioritizing judiciously and bringing a customer service focus to the work. This role reports to the Data and Systems Manager.

Washington STEM is an Equal Opportunity Employer who cares deeply about its staff and prohibits discrimination and harassment of any kind. Employment decisions at Washington STEM are based on organizational needs, job requirements, and individual qualifications without regard to race, color, national origin, gender identity, age, transgender status, religion or belief, family or parental status, or any other status protected by the law.