Splash is an international charitable organization headquartered in Seattle, WA, founded in 2007. Our mission is simple: “We clean water for kids.” In 14 years, we have reached over 700,000 children in cities around the world. In 2019, we embarked on an exciting, five-year initiative, Project WISE (WASH in Schools for Everyone), to reach every government school in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia and Kolkata, India with improved water, sanitation, and hygiene (WASH) infrastructure, WASH behavior change programs, and strengthened school-based menstrual health programs. This project will benefit 800,000 children by 2023.
Our core values guide everything we do, including every hiring decision we make. They are:
- People – People first. People second. People third.
- Quality – Beautiful products that function and last.
- Honesty – No drama, no surprises, no BS.
- Joy – Kids at heart, seeing potential everywhere.
- Mistakes – Make them, don’t repeat them.
Splash values the unique skills and experiences each individual brings to the organization and we are committed to creating and maintaining an inclusive and accessible environment for everyone. We provide equal employment opportunities to all employees and qualified applicants for employment
To learn more, please visit www.splash.org.
Location is flexible. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, this position will be performed fully remotely until further notice, with potential for limited working days in the Seattle office if desired.
The Technology & Data Manager Global is an experienced leader and is responsible for all technology for Splash. This is inclusive of the technology infrastructure that enables our international operations as well as the technical and database systems used by teams across Splash. The Manager is accountable for the technical architecture, security, operations, and all activities in support of Splash’s technical operations. We are looking for someone who is self-driven, user-focused, able to collaborate across teams and geographical boundaries, and who has a passion to stay on top of current technology trends. They have the ability to learn and adapt to new technologies quickly and build relationships with in-kind technology donors, partners, and peer organizations.
Splash is on the leading edge of nonprofits, utilizing systems like Salesforce, Tableau, Alteryx, CommCare, and Snowflake to inform and strengthen our organization. We are now looking for an inspiring and inspired leader to further our ability to leverage software and technology for good.
YOUR PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES
- Define and execute against the technology roadmap based on current and future business needs across the organization including Development (donors and grantees), Programs, HR, Finance, and Operations.
- Enable the tech team to identify, scope, implement, and manage Splash’s information technology solutions (e.g., vendor management, procurement, installation, maintenance, operational support, and training).
- Monitor daily scheduled Alteryx data workflows & manage development projects that support a Snowflake (SQL) based data warehouse.
- Maintain published data sources within Tableau, revising data tables as appropriate to meet user needs and potential use cases.
- Build and maintain Tableau data sources, connected reports, and troubleshoot issues encountered across platforms.
- In collaboration with the COO and other department and country leaders, develop an annual technology budget for all hardware, software, maintenance, and improvements. Monitor costs and manage to budget.
- Acts as a champion of the end user experience and operational effectiveness, including identifying needs and opportunities to improve system design, workflow, and related processes, and participating in process design, change management, training, and communications.
- Project manage regularly scheduled and standardized data maintenance performed using Alteryx workflows. Communicate with key persons on proposed data changes and update said data directly within Salesforce.
- As needed, serve as a project manager, and identify external sources of support for short-term technology projects.