Data Entry Specialist

Job Type: Part-Time
Job Short Description:
The Community Development Project at the Urban Justice Center (CDP) seeks a part-time Data Entry Specialist to help manage data entry into both internal and external data management systems in support of our work. This position will be responsible for ensuring timely data entry, tracking data input and reporting periodically. This is an hourly employment opportunity with the option for developing into a staff position at the discretion of CDP.
Job Summary & Qualifications:
Highly detail-oriented
Experience working with data management systems and Excel
Ability to work independently
Possess strong organizational and time management skills
Professional attitude and discreet in working with confidential material
Culturally competent and able to work with people of diverse backgrounds
Interest in, experience with and/or commitment to grassroots efforts working towards social justice
Interest in nonprofit data management is a plus
Responsibilities:
Input CDP client and case information into external databases required by specific funders, as well as internal databases and tracking systems
Maintain data entry requirements by following specific guidelines and procedures
Review data entry for accuracy and resolve discrepancies
Maintain confidentiality in handling sensitive client information
Prepare data reports and updates, as requested
Attend mandatory meetings and trainings
Assist with other projects as needed
Benefits/Compensation:
$18 per hour (part-time; approximately 40 hours per month)
How to Apply:
Interested applicants should send a resume and cover letter by e-mail to cdpjobs@urbanjustice.org, attn: Selena Lilly. The subject line of the email must include: “Data Entry Specialist”. Applications must be received by March 10, 2019 and will be considered on a rolling basis.

The Community Development Project is an equal opportunity employer. CDP encourages applications from people with diverse backgrounds, including women, people of color, immigrants, people with disabilities, LGBTQ people, people from low income backgrounds, and people with personal experience with the criminal justice system. We strongly encourage applications from people with lived experiences in the communities we serve.