Program Manager 3, State CDO Network Beeck Center for Social Impact Innovation
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Program Manager 3, State CDO Network - Beeck Center for Social Impact + Innovation
Georgetown University's Beeck Center for Social Impact + Innovation is looking for a Director of Communications + Marketing to help promote our work and increase the profile of the Center with policy makers, businesses and philanthropic organizations. This role is equal parts market positioning, strategy and execution of the Center communications as well as helping to raise awareness around our key programs with key stakeholders and partners to achieve lasting collective impact.
Across the United States, a number of state governments are establishing Chief Data Officer (CDO) roles. As these new positions take shape, state CDOs are pioneering new approaches and implementing innovative methods for leveraging data as a strategic asset in policy decisions and service delivery. The Beeck Center's State CDO Network connects data leaders across states to amplify success stories and share best practices.
Drawing from our Roadmap for Economic Recovery, the Beeck Center's State CDO Network is launching a new training and technical assistance initiative to help state leaders leverage data to support economic recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic. This new initiative will engage four cohorts of state government decision makers and data experts, with each cohort focused on a unique economic recovery-related issue area and relevant data use cases: 1) Housing and homelessness; 2) Education and workforce, 3) Small business support, and 4) Workforce support
The Beeck Center is seeking four Program Managers to support each cohort program and assist state leaders in developing a state-specific action plan to address a specific data use case within their selected issue area. Reporting to the Center's Data for Impact Project Manager, and working closely with the Director of the State CDO Network, each Program Manager has responsibilities that include but are not limited to:
Co-designing, implementing, and evaluating their issue-specific cohort program, with support from the CDO Network Director and the Data for Impact Project Manager
Serving as facilitator, domain expert, and primary point of contact for program participants, including the Chief Data Officers and other state government decision makers working toward data informed policymaking
Meeting regularly as a collective to align programmatic efforts, share best practices for program design and delivery, and troubleshoot ideas, and working with supervisors to ensure consistency across all CDO Network program offerings, and to identify opportunities for collaboration across other teams at the Beeck Center
The Program Managers are responsible for achieving the following goals specific to this new program:
Supporting states as they develop action plans that will enable them to better share and leverage data to address specific use cases
Building stronger relationships between state CDOs, governors offices, and agency partners
Raising Raise awareness of CDO role and capabilities
Improving data culture in state government
Enhancing data sharing capabilities within states
Demonstrated ability to design and facilitate innovative peer-learning programs for practitioners
At least 6 years of experience in program management, building communities of practice, event planning, and/or conducting and publishing research
Prior experience working with data related to one or more of the use cases and/or lived experience related to one or more of the use cases
Prior government experience, preferably related to one or more of the use cases.
Commitment to centering equity in curriculum design, delivery, and evaluation, as well as supporting government officials as they leverage data to surface inequity, build trust, and improve service delivery
A flexible, adaptable workstyle and willingness to collaborate with the team and co-create something that's never been done before
Before submitting your application to Georgetown University, visit Beeck Center Careers to learn more about the recruiting process, timeline and supplemental application requirements.
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