Organization: Mental Health Center of Denver
Location: Denver, CO
Date Job Posted: November 19, 2021
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Mental Health Center of Denver
Our work enables adults to live more fulfilling and productive lives, children to be more resilient, and families to be happier and healthier.
Through multiple community sites, mental health providers in several Denver public schools, collaborations with community partnerships and home-based outreach, we provide treatment, prevention, outreach and crisis services to children, families and adults.
The Mental Health Center of Denver has been named a Top Workplace by the Denver Post nine years in a row! We believe that people are resilient - they can and do recover from mental illness. At the Mental Health Center of Denver, we hire people dedicated to working toward that goal.
Our generous benefits package starts at 30 hours per week. Some of the benefits include:
We are currently recruiting the following key position
DEI Data Storyteller
EMPLOYMENT VALUE PROPOSITION: Mental Health Center of Denver provides you with the support you need to help you develop a career in helping others succeed. We innovate, adapt, and leverage the diverse perspectives of the people on our team and the people we serve in everything we do.
STARTING SALARY: $55,000 - $60,000 per year
The DEI Data Storyteller is responsible for creatively tracking, analyzing, and reporting the Diversity, Equity & Inclusiveness story for the DEI team. They will also help lead efforts to administer the design, development, and execution of initiatives that leverage data to support the organization’s DEI strategy. Examples of initiatives are our demographic data collection efforts and development of performance tools such as scorecards and dashboards. Ability to build and sustain relationships across the organization is a must. A core responsibility of this role is designing and executing the organization’s annual Cultural Climate Survey. In addition, the DEI Data Storyteller will support the development and management of DEI content on staff intranet, the employee newsletter, and other communication resources.
ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:
EDUCATION: Bachelor’s degree in Sociology, Social Justice, Psychology, Anthropology, or related field.
EXPERIENCE: Three or more years’ experience related to program management/evaluation, data analysis, project management, social research, or related work.
SKILLS AND COMPETENCIES:
SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES: None
MACHINES AND EQUIPMENT TO BE USED: Computers, calculators, fax machines, copiers, telephone and a variety of other office/clerical equipment.
TYPICAL PHYSICAL DEMANDS: Ability to lead and facilitate large meetings, deliver presentations, drive to various locations, and similar physical functions. May require sitting, standing, bending, reaching.
TYPICAL MENTAL DEMANDS: Ability to give, receive, and analyze and prioritize information, formulate work plans and strategic goals, prepare written materials and articulate these goals and action plans. Must understand people from all walks of life and be able to communicate effectively with them.
WORKING CONDITIONS: May require occasional evening or weekend hours. This position will require a hybrid of virtual and in-person work.