The Data Manager (DM) is responsible for managing quantitative and qualitative data collection and evaluation of services implemented under MFP’s mission; supporting continuous quality improvement efforts by participating MFP subrecipient network health centers; and expanding the efficiency of the work to best support equity, reproductive justice, and access to healthcare. The DM provides technical assistance to MFP Program Managers and subrecipients in assuring accurate, timely data submission, collection, and reporting.

Responsibilities of the DM also include:

  • Plan, implement, and evaluate all data and evaluation tools, projects, and systems for the organization and network using the best practices of qualitative and quantitative methods to produce data-driven quality improvement, impact measurement, and equity.
  • Investigate new data reporting systems and spearhead transition and implementation throughout the network. Act as liaison to the data reporting system.
  • Create and maintain data manual and related resources for the network.
  • Provide leadership in routine data management operations including supporting timely data collection and entry, data quality at all data points, processing, in-depth data analysis and managing the project database.
  • Ensure data integrity and report preparation for all required data submissions such as the Family Planning Annual Report (FPAR) for Office of Population Affairs (OPA).
  • Engage in cross-team collaboration within the organization to holistically evaluate programs and offer evidence-based insights regarding health center performance, fiscal sustainability, monitoring, and advocacy in alignment with the organization logic model, toward the aim of incorporating a reproductive justice framework. Acts as a lead for all data analytics.
  • Maintain internal databases and the production of data dashboards, including management of data integrity and consistency of information, ensuring accurate tracking of key metrics.
  • Present findings visually, orally, and written in a manner that is actionable, concise, clear, and easily communicated to various stakeholders. • Conduct and evaluate training and technical assistance internally and externally to improve capacity to deliver high-quality sexual and reproductive health services with greater efficiency.
  • Maintain expertise on current family planning service delivery and practice standards.
  • Assist with grant writing and reporting, especially as it relates to demonstrating impact for proposals, annual/progress reports, and fundraising.


  • Works effectively and sensitively with a diverse and limited-resource populations.
  • Works in a team and shares responsibilities and duties.
  • Sets priorities, is organized and a self-starter.
  • Reports to work as scheduled and works a flexible schedule when needed. • Communicates clearly, orally and in writing, and effectively navigates technology.
  • Treats staff, clinics, and community members respectfully.
  • Contributes to a positive, functional workplace culture.
  • Practices and models Bridgercare’s Group Norms:
    • Listening to understand rather than listening to speak.
    • Make the covert overt.
    • Practice genuine openness to differences of opinion. Make no assumption of intent.
    • Extend grace for mistakes and learning.
    • Speak directly from your own perspective.
    • Be open, not attached to outcome.
    • Ensure everyone has the information needed; ask questions if you feel uninformed.
    • Slow down. Stop when communication gets knotted up.


  • Bachelor’s degree required. Preferred Master’s degree in Public Health, Computer Science, Statistics or related filed. Parallel experience in the data evaluation will be considered.
  • Proficiency in statistics and statical packages like Excel, SPSS, SAS to be used for data set analyzing.
  • Passion for MFP’s mission of championing access for every individual to culturally- sensitive, quality, sexual and reproductive health education and services.
  • Experience with data collection, management, visualization, and analysis software.
  • Proficiency with program and project evaluation methodology and practice, including statistics.
  • Experience in developing and delivering trainings and other technical assistance.
  • Strong verbal and written communication skills.
  • Ability to manage health information in accordance with HIPAA requirements.
  • Experience in health care, research, or programming with experience in reproductive health epidemiology preferred.
  • Experience with federal grants and associated benchmarking.
  • Reside in Montana and ability to travel throughout the state, with occasional travel out of state, for onboarding, training, technical support, and monitoring. Valid driver’s license and access to a vehicle required. Total work time involving travel estimated to be 15% of the time (average of 3 days per month).


Physical Requirements

  • Prolonged periods sitting at a desk and working on a computer.
  • Must be able to lift up to 15 pounds at times.

Equal Employment Opportunity has been, and will continue to be, a fundamental principle at Bridgercare. Employment is based on personal capabilities and qualifications without discrimination because of race, color, national origin, religion, creed, sex, age, phy sical or mental disability, marital status, genetic information, political beliefs, sexual orientation, gender identity or any other protected characteristic as established by law. If you require specialized accommodations (due to a disability, religious belief/practice, etc.) a reasonable accommodation will be made unless it creates an undue hardship for Bridgercare. A reasonable accommodation does not mean the elimination of an ess ential function of the job. Employees with access to information about reasonable accommodations shall maintain the confidentiality of the information to the extent reasonably possible and shall not release the information to anyone who does not have the r ight or need to know.

People of color and LGBTQ+ individuals are strongly encouraged to apply.

To apply, please submit resume and cover letter to Tracie Weiss at tweiss@montanafamilyplanning.org

About Montana Family Planning

Montana Family Planning (MFP), a federal Title X program administered by the private nonprofit organization, Bridgercare, champions access to culturally sensitive, quality, sexual and reproductive health education, and services for every individual. The mission is achieved in two primary ways: through advocacy to break down systemic policy barriers that decrease health equity and impede access to services; and by improving quality services through programming. MFP is proud to support systems of care throughout Montana in delivering patient-centered reproductive healthcare to all those who seek services. Our programming is focused on removing cost barriers, specifically for the uninsured, and supporting family planning health centers through quality training, analysis, and collaboration.