Data and Reporting Coordinator

Seniors Resource Center (SRC) is seeking a detailed oriented individual with strong data collection and analysis skills and experience with database administration to join us as Data and Reporting Coordinator.

SRC is dedicated to enhancing the independence, dignity and quality of life for seniors in the Metro Denver Area and surrounding communities. We believe seniors are a vital part of our community. At SRC we provide an array of services that enable older adults to remain in their homes and thrive. Services such as in-home care and adult daytime programs provide life enriching activities and support both older adults and their caregivers. We help older adults remain independent and engaged.

Location: Wheat Ridge

Job Type: Full time (M-F) Days 40 hours

Starting Pay Rate: $22.00 – 25.00/hour DOE

Full-Time Benefits include:

A Brief Overview

The Data and Reporting Coordinator role is responsible for the coordination of SRC client assessment and program impact evaluation processes for strategic program partnerships as needed. The Data & Reporting Coordinator serves as the database administrator for the agency’s participant-tracking database on the client database platform (StoriiCare) and leads efforts to improve processes and systems relating to client data collection and reporting. This includes analyzing data to assess SRC’s work and communicate the organization’s impact in partnership. The Data and Reporting Coordinator also serves as the system expert and trains staff on the client database (StoriiCare).

What you will do:

Independent Judgement
Data and Reporting


Key Competencies:

Our people are passionate about what they do, the services they provide, and the participants they serve. If you’re looking for an opportunity to be a part of a work team that values collaboration, innovation and dedication, we’re the right organization for you.

To Apply: Please forward Resume along with a Cover Letter to

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