ROCKBlue Database Manager
Database Manager. ROCKBlue has an immediate opening for a part-time, volunteer, skilled Database Manager, working remotely/virtually. This assignment is likely to last 1-2 months. The ideal individual should have good organizational skills and experience managing databases; with a strong preference for familiarity with G-Suite, including Google Drive, Google Docs, and Google Sheets. In this position the database manager will have to opportunity to:
- Work closely with the Director of Finance and Operations, both learning and teaching.
- Be in charge of all organizing the existing database stored on Google Drive and migrating documents from other locations such as DropBox and ROCKBlue team members’ computers.
- Implement and update policies/procedures for managing the database
- Work closely with ROCKBlue team members around the world regarding the above-mentioned procedures.
Weekly Requirements include:
- Weekly activity planning (and desired achievements) as well as progress reporting
- Attendance at check-in meetings (virtually)
601 Foothill Road, Ojai, CA 93023, US
The core purpose of ROCKBlue is to improve the lives of the urban poor in the developing world by supplying water and sanitation for all. ROCKBlue partners with the water and sanitation utilities that supply the basic amenities of water and sanitation to the urban poor. We empower our partner utilities by being a connector and service provider. The result of these partnerships are healthier cities that support the well-being of the local communities and economy thus improving lives.
ROCKBlue aims to solve the growing gap between reliable water supply and accelerating urban demand. We are a nonprofit that leverages a large network of highly experienced specialists. ROCKBlue focuses on strengthening the ability of water and sanitation utilities to provide these services to the poorest in cities and towns across the developing world.
ROCKBlue accomplishes this mission through respectful and mutually beneficial partnerships with both public utilities in the developing world and with the international donors and lenders supporting these utilities.