Technology Knowledge Navigator

The Children’s Campaign

Hours:  15 – 25 hours per week

Seeking mature graduate student or part-time faculty that might want to supplement their income and work w/the kids.

The Children’s Campaign has a unique opening for a part-time, seasoned technology professional with a broad understanding of technology and information management who would enjoy working with the next generation of technology professionals in the organization’s workforce development program. More specifically:

  • Work with the management team and other technology consultants to ensure the software systems that are part of the organization’s technology platform meet the evolving needs of the organization, particularly as they relate to data and database management and the design and development of the organization’s websites; and
  • Lead the team of student apprentices in the organization’s workforce development program who manage day-to-day operations and maintain the organization’s databases, assist with digital communications dependent on the databases, and partner with the communications team on the design, development and maintenance of the organization’s websites.

From a technical perspective, this dual role requires a technology professional, called a Knowledge Navigator or KN, to have an understanding and experience in:

  • Website development (rudimentary understanding of WordPress and HTML is a plus)
  • Software and data quality assurance
  • Managing and monitoring multiple projects competing for limited resources
  • Collecting data and understanding the significance of it as it relates to website activity (familiarity with Google Analytics is a plus)
  • Planning, designing, coordinating and developing software and processes to collect, compile and report data.


Equally as important, the KN must demonstrate an aptitude and a strong commitment to teaching and coaching young adults who are simultaneously learning business protocols and the art of applying their academic education to the work environment.   This specifically involves helping apprentices in the workforce development program learn how to address issues and constraints that invariably arise in real-world technology-based work environments.  A sense of humor is invaluable.


Qualifications:  Candidates must have the flexibility to adjust their weekly schedule to meet the needs of the organization; a broad understanding of existing and evolving technology; and a proven track record in managing all aspects of the software systems that form the foundation of the organization’s technology platform.  Applicants must also have excellent planning and organization skills, must enjoy working with college students and be willing to endorse the goals and values of The Children’s Campaign’s workforce development program


Resumes should be emailed to