Connecticut Data Jobs

This is a page for job postings from our partner organizations whose responsibilities include the use of public data resources (i.e., federal, state, and local data) for research, planning, and evaluation in Connecticut or adjacent areas of nearby states. While we attempt to verify accuracy of postings based on readily available information, we are not responsible for the accuracy of content here. Please note that, as with many community-based websites that share links to job opportunities, information posted here is shared in order to help reach area residents and we do not charge for postings. The content is not necessarily contributed by or approved by the partner organizations listed and may not represent the most current information available.

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Recent Public Data-Related Job Postings in CT

Last revised May 16 2018

North Hartford Promise Zone - Data VISTA

Duties: Work closely with the Dir. of the NHPZ, CT Center for Advanced Technology, City of Hartford's Metro Hartford Innovation Services & the VISTA team to support the data collection & analysis central to the Promise Zone (PZ) effort. Respons. include: *Support the evaluation of NHPZ activities including key metrics informing evaluation; lead efforts to gather & analyze data; conduct surveys & interviews; develop recommendations & support the improvement implementation *Research best practices to possibly apply to PZ challenges; Provide research/writing to ensure the accuracy of data & stats reports out of NHPZ *Assist with prof. devel./training activities for implementation & support partners around data collection & evaluation *Foster relationships with key organizations *Prepare progress reports to partners & federal agencies re: successes & challenges based on data collection & analysis *Partner with the Communications Coord. VISTA to prep documents for the public on PZ progress/impact. For more see

The RISE Network - Data Specialist and Data Analyst (2 job postings)

The RISE Network is a Connecticut-based non-profit organization with a mission to empower educators to achieve breakthrough results, helping all students realize and achieve their full potential. RISE facilitates networked improvement communities by bringing together educators working in different contexts to advance shared goals. Together, we build community, democratize innovation, and improve systems in public schools and districts. The RISE Data Specialist and Data Analyst positions will play an integral role in advancing the Network’s research and analytic functions. RISE is seeking talented and highly motivated individuals to serve on a team collaborating with school districts to build data tools, systems, and practices to improve student outcomes. This is an extraordinary opportunity for an individual who thrives in an entrepreneurial environment, and is passionate about closing achievement gaps and developing the potential of all students regardless of life circumstance. To view the postings, see Data Specialist here and Data Analyst here

Partnership for Strong Communities - Policy Analyst

This job posting involves work to prevent homelessness in Connecticut, including by analyzing, synthesizing, and sharing data about housing issues in Connecticut. See for more information.

All Our Kin - Data and Evaluation Fellow

This is a fellowship position and we anticipate that the Data and Evaluation Fellow will work approximately 15-20 hours per week from August 2018 through May 2019. The Data and Evaluation Fellow is supervised by the Research, Evaluation & Data Specialist. All Our Kin has offices in New Haven, Bridgeport, and Stamford, CT. The Data and Evaluation Fellow will primarily work at our New Haven location. See for more information.

Connecticut Voices for Children - Educational Equity Policy Fellow

Lead research and advocacy to advance school readiness, college and career readiness, and educational equity. Essential duties are predominantly intellectual in character and include work requiring the consistent exercise of discretion and judgment. See for more information.

Connecticut Voices for Children - Senior Economic and Fiscal Policy Fellow

Lead research and advocacy at Connecticut Voices for Children on state, federal and municipal tax, budget, and economic development work, supervising Fiscal Policy Fellow and Associate Fiscal Policy Fellow. Essential duties are predominantly intellectual in character and include work requiring the consistent exercise of discretion and judgment. See for more information.

Trinity College - Postdoctoral Fellow in the Public Policy Graduate Program

The Graduate Program in Public Policy at Trinity College invites applications for a new postdoctoral fellowship in Public Policy. This is a two-year appointment to teach and conduct research for the 2018-19 and 2019-20 academic years. The Fellow will be expected to be in residence in the Hartford area, and teach one graduate course and a graduate policy practicum each academic year. In addition to pursuing his/her own independent research agenda, the fellow will be expected to write a policy report for the think tank CT21 @ Trinity on an issue in his/her area of expertise, contribute to the advising of graduate students, and actively participate in the intellectual life of Trinity College. See for more.

Town of Manchester - Senior Planner, Current Planning

Under general direction performs technical work in connection with studies and recommendations relating to the physical development of the Town and coordinates the zoning and subdivision plan review process. Manchester is a vibrant, diverse and growing small city of nearly 60,000 people 10 miles east of Hartford. For more information, see

CAHS - Policy Data Analyst

As a member of the CAHS policy team, the Policy Research and Data Policy Analyst: 1. Manages the Annie E. Casey CT KIDS COUNT Project, including production of data books, administration of the CT KIDS COUNT Data Center website, development of grants and reports, 2. Conducts policy-specific research and investigates trends in child and family well-being, using a two-generational lens, with attention to racial and wealth disparities and focusing on vulnerable populations (e.g., children with incarcerated parents), early care, K-12 and adult/remedial education, 3. Designs and executes special projects to support CAHS’s mission, 4. Supports the production of advocacy materials and delivers public testimony and policy/issue briefs Identifies, monitors and supports analysis of relevant legislation, 5. Extracts and analyzes data from publicly available databases (e.g., Census), 6. Contributes to team activities as needed. Please see for more.

Fairfield County's Community Foundation - Program Director, Education and Youth Development

Fairfield County's Community Foundation is seeking a Program Director to oversee the strategic planning and management of specific grants portfolio aimed at ensuring that 1) all Fairfield County students graduate with a high school degree and are prepared for post-secondary education and employment and 2) all Fairfield County older youth and young adults have training and credentials that lead to meaningful career opportunities.

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Yale University - Data Librarian

The Data Librarian works to enable faculty, students, clinicians and researchers to leverage data resources to the fullest, providing information on acquisition and management of datasets for biomedical, clinical, and health sciences research. Increases the visibility and usability of data resources through research consultations, workshops and course-integrated instruction, online research guides, and outreach efforts. With an understanding of best practices and knowledge of a wide range of datasets and information resources, the librarian identifies the data needs of the Yale biomedical community. The librarian develops and provides training, instruction and strategies to best use data resources and tools. The incumbent supports the discovery, use, and management of locally created and externally available data. For more, see

Yale University - Epidemiologist for HIV/HCV Co-Infection Project

Under the direction of the Principal Investigator and Project Directors, with the latitude for independent judgment, we seek to hire an Epidemiologist for the HIV/HCV Co-infection Project. The purpose of this project is to improve the prevention, care, treatment and cure of Hepatitis C among HIV/HCV co-infected individuals, particularly persons of color, in Connecticut. The project is being conducted in collaboration with partners in the HIV and HCV fields including the Connecticut Department of Public Health, the Yale Regional partner for the New England AIDS Education Training Center (AETC) , regional substance abuse disorder (SUD) and behavioral health treatment clinics and syringe service programs (SSPs), Ryan White funded clinics, Federally Qualified Health Centers, to create a coordinated program of referral, treatment and co-management of comorbid conditions. The Epidemiologist will work closely with the Epidemiologist at the CT Department of Public Health to consolidate and expand the current data surveillance system for monitoring Hepatitis C-infected persons in the state of CT (CTEDSS). See for more information.

Selected CT Data Careers Pages

These are a few pages where we have seen jobs posted related to Connecticut data, research, and evaluation. In addition, many national job boards, such as Idealist, regularly post jobs related to public data use that are located in Connecticut.: