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Director, Data & Systems Health

Position: Director, Data & Systems Health
Reports to: Chief Executive Officer
Status: Full time, Exempt
Location: Remote
Start Date: November 2023
Salary: $70,000-$85,000, based on related experience

Position Overview: Join the senior team of a global nonprofit serving young adults affected by breast cancer. This role will lead the new direction of YSC's digital ecosystem, ensuring cohesive collaboration among diverse data resources, applications, devices, and technology to achieve organizational mission objectives.

Role: Reports to the CEO, co-create and drive system integration strategy, foster data expertise, and oversee the digital ecosystem. Manage data, systems, and staff utilization. Collaborate with the CEO, Director of Finance & Operations, and YSC senior leadership. Manages the Operations System Manager

Ideal Candidate: Proven leader adept at integrating tech systems, maximizing data value, and partnering with vendors. Creates immediate plans and adjusts for long-term goals. Identifies vendors, provides strategy to senior leadership, and thrives in 100% remote work.

System Integration Strategy:

  • Develop seamless communication & data flow among systems (Salesforce, Microsoft 365, Google Workspace, Asana, Classy).

  • Identify aging systems, discontinue obsolete ones, and acquire new ones for future mission work.

  • Bridge gaps in tech stack, enhance staff capacity, and create strategic plans.

  • Stay updated on industry trends and best practices.

System Management:

  • Integrate systems for mission delivery, data capture, and support.

  • Grow and utilize tech stack effectively.

  • Project manage integration initiatives (timelines, resources, budgets).

  • Manage consultants/vendors, cross-functional collaboration.

  • Supervise Operation System Manager

Process Development:

  • Create documentation, integration specs, user guides, procedures.

  • Conduct team training for system utilization, dashboards, reporting.

  • Ensure compliance with policies, regulations, cybersecurity.

  • Oversee IT support, device management, technology onboarding.

Education & Experience:

  • Director-level strategic planning, IT knowledge, and operations/systems management

  • Bachelor’s degree with 8+ years of relevant experience. Equivalent professional experience will be considered.

  • Salesforce expertise required

  • Personnel supervision


  • Proven leadership in shaping systems and data usage.

  • Strategic decision-making.


  • Managing a cloud stack

  • Zapier and automation workflows

  • Reducing costs by evaluating internal user needs on a rolling basis

  • Deploying apps with appropriate user permissions (C-level, Directors, Support Staff)

  • Creating backups and redundancies

  • Mitigating risk for third-party intrusion, data loss, catastrophic failure

  • Persistent problem-solving

  • Resourceful, solutions-oriented

  • Collaboration and adaptability

This full-time remote role is open to candidates across the United States. While physical presence within the Eastern Time Zone is not required, alignment with Eastern Time Zone hours may be necessary on occasion, accommodating the majority of YSC employees who follow this schedule. Occasional travel to YSC events may be required.

The salary range for this position is $70,000-85,000 depending on geographic location and years of related experience. Young Survival Coalition is an equal opportunity employer.

Please send your resume and a thoughtful cover letter, including salary requirements, outlining how your skills and experience meet the qualifications for this position and stating how you heard about this opportunity to: [email protected] with "Director, Data & Systems Health" in the subject line.

No phone calls please. Applications will be accepted until the position is filled. Due to the high volume of submissions, YSC will contact only candidates invited to interview. Applications without salary requirements in their cover letter will not be considered. Thank you for your interest.


In 1998, a group of young women, all diagnosed with breast cancer before age 40, gathered in New York City and had the first YSC meeting. They had all personally experienced that young adults were missing from the research, community and conversations about breast cancer. More than twenty five years later, these needs still define YSC’s work. Unlike their older counterparts - who are overwhelmingly integrated into the design of clinical trials - young adults diagnosed with breast cancer face higher mortality rates, fertility issues and the possibility and ramifications of early menopause. From our grassroots beginning, YSC has grown into an international movement. Today, YSC has more than 120 Face 2 Face local networking groups, a vibrant online community, and the largest conference program dedicated exclusively to young adults with breast cancer and their co-survivors. YSC also produces free educational resources that address every phase of treatment and survivorship. Visit to learn more.