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Data Operations Engineer at Catalist (Washington, DC)

Principal Duties:

  • Process voter, commercial, and specialty data files from different sources with ETL tools

  • Monitor and analyze data output to ensure the proper processing of Voter data

  • Answer questions about the data using our database query tool and other internal resources

  • Create and maintain documentation to support all deliverables and to facilitate future replication

  • Present results, both orally and in writing, to technical and non-technical audiences

  • Assess data quality using  internal and external Catalist tools, data and products as an advanced user

Skills & Abilities:

  • Can do attitude, strong work ethic and desire to learn new technology

  • Dynamic problem solving skills in order to assess the quality and determine the structural integrity of acquired data

  • Ability to articulate ideas clearly, to be creative and, and to work in a personable manner

  • Detailed oriented and strong organization skills to work in a fast paced environment and handle various tasks at once

  • Working knowledge of SQL

  • Extensive  knowledge of scripting languages such as Bash and Python

  • Working knowledge of Unix command line, specifically file processing and manipulation commands

  • Working knowledge of data manipulation in Excel (large data sets, formulas, graphs and pivot tables)

  • Past political and technology experience is a plus

  • Experience with campaign data tools (like the Q Tool, M Tool, PDIQ, or VAN) a plus

Education & Experience:

  • Bachelor's degree in Science, Engineering, Political Science or equivalent experience

  • Past political and technology experience is a plus

  • Experience with campaign and voter file data tools (e.g. VAN, PDI, Q, or M) a plus

  • Background check required

No recruiters or agencies. Direct hires only.

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