Ratings Program Analyst

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Job Description

Job Overview: 
Charity Navigator, the nation’s largest charity evaluator, seeks a talented individual to join the Culture & Community Team. As a Rating Program Analyst, you will work closely with your colleagues to expand our rating methodology, as well as help donors, discover equity-centered nonprofits. 
In 2020, Charity Navigator launched the Encompass Rating System, which is composed of four beacons that measure an organization’s total impact: Finance & Accountability; Impact & Results; Culture & Community and Leadership & Adaptability. Today, nearly 200,000 organizations are rated through the Encompass Rating System. The Culture & Community beacon currently provides an assessment of an organization’s constituent feedback and diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) practices. As the beacon evolves, it will also include assessments of  organizations’ HR/people operations and reputation. 
Beyond program development, the Culture & Community team is also working towards making more organizations discoverable to our donors and site users. This includes enhancing our search functionality to help donors find organizations based on select demographics. This will be a 2-year term-limited position.  
The key responsibilities of this role include: 
Research & Development: 

Collaborate with team members to develop Culture & Community ratings methodology  
Research and summarize emerging trends on the effectiveness of nonprofit best practices such as feedback, DEI, human resources, and other topic areas as it relates to the community connectedness and health of an organization.

Program Support & Coordination: 

Support the Culture & Community team in planning, monitoring, and reporting methodology developments to staff and external stakeholders. 
Create educational materials and tools for nonprofits around equity-centered practices 
Schedule and coordinate external stakeholder interviews and listening sessions (ie. inviting guests, distributing materials). 
Support DEI initiatives at Charity Navigator through sharing field-level best practices and findings on internal Culture & Community data.
Partner with Grants Manager to explore relevant grant opportunities.

Data Analysis & Presentation: 

Review Culture & Community ratings data, focusing on our diversity, equity, and inclusion data, for quality assurance purposes. 
Analyze qualitative data from interviews, listening sessions, etc.
Create visualizations (tables, graphs, charts, etc.) based on Culture & Community data.
Work closely with the Ratings Program Manager to present findings on Culture & Community data to staff and external stakeholders 

What you’ll need to succeed in this role: 

Demonstrated commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion. 
Minimum of 1 year of experience in a nonprofit setting (including volunteer or internship experience). 
Bachelor’s degree in sociology, public policy, or other social science 
Research experience in an academic setting (ie. thesis project) 
A growth and learning mindset 
Excellent analytical reasoning skills 
Demonstrated experience with qualitative data collection and analysis (experience with quantitative data analysis a plus)
Some experience with data visualization software (i.e. Tableau, Google Data Studio, or Excel) 
Excellent organization and project management skills
Excellent verbal and written communication skills

We have remained remote during COVID-19 pandemic. This position is remote, however,
there may be occasional in-person team meetings.
Compensation and Benefits: 

2-year grant-funded position with the possibility of employment after the grant completion date 
Hiring Salary Range: $45,000 - $50,000
Health, Dental, and Vision Insurance (including coverage for your dependents)
Life & Disability Insurance
20 vacation days, 10 sick days, 11 paid holidays in your first year
Retirement savings with up to 3% match of base salary
Flexible spending and dependent care accounts

About us
Charity Navigator is the world’s largest and most-utilized independent nonprofit evaluator. The organization guides informed giving by evaluating the financial health, accountability, transparency and impact of charities and by providing data about 1.7 million nonprofits, accessed more than 10 million times annually. Charity Navigator does not charge the organizations it evaluates, ensuring unbiased evaluations, nor does it charge the public for this trusted data. As a result, Charity Navigator, a 501(c)(3) public charity itself, depends on support from individuals, corporations, and foundations that believe it provides a much-needed service to America's charitable donors.
Charity Navigator provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment regardless of their race, color, creed, religion, sex, gender, disability, genetics or any other characteristics protected by federal, state or local law.