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Data Manager

Community Legal Centres Australia

About Us

Community Legal Centres Australia (CLCs Australia) is the national peak body for the community legal sector across Australia. We are an independent, non-profit organisation established to support the community legal sector and ensure provision of free and accessible legal and related services to everyday people, including people experiencing discrimination and disadvantage.

Our members are the State and Territory peak bodies of community legal centres. Together, our organisations represent more than 170 community legal centres, Family Violence Prevention Legal Services and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Legal Services across Australia.

About the Role

This role takes overall responsibility for all data, evidence and research work undertaken by CLCs Australia. This is a cross-team and hands-on role reporting to the COO.

The focus of the role is to ensure all data in CLCs Australia is available to be used for organisational strategic priorities in an efficient and effective manner. This may include:

  • Managing organisational and service delivery data from community legal centres and within CLCs Australia
  • Leading the data component of research, advocacy, and communications initiatives
  • Providing guidance and oversight of training to ensure data consistency
  • Participation in government and other discussions around data and data standards
  • Providing guidance to the sector on data informed planning

This role will work with existing colleagues, as well as sector and external stakeholders. The role is broad in nature and requires someone who can work across multiple projects and teams while maintaining relationships and contributing to CLCs Australia’s organisational culture.

Salary range: $102-107 000 depending on experience.

About You

  • At least 8-10 years’ experience in data management and quantitative analysis - demonstrated ability to deliver both strategic planning and project implementation required
  • Proven record of achievement in leading the development, management and evaluation of data, training and reporting across a variety of stakeholders with an emphasis on data consistency and standards
  • Excellent interpersonal skills - strong written and verbal communications skills, collaboration, and team skills
  • Ability to engage with a range of stakeholders, who have varying levels of ICT literacy
  • Digital competency including using the Microsoft 365 suite, and MacOS
  • Understanding of, or experience in the community legal sector.
  • Committed to high professional ethical standards and a diverse workplace and to working cooperatively and respectfully with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and organisations.
  • Self-motivated, flexible, adaptable, team orientated
  • Practical and solutions-focused with a well-developed sense of urgency and prioritisation skills.
  • Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples are strongly encouraged to apply.

Supporting materials

For more information about the role and Community Legal Centres Australia please refer to the position description attached below and the Community Legal Centres Australia website.

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