Data Manager

Posted By: Bapu Trust for Research on Mind & Discourse


Junior Management



Job Description

Job Description:

1) Regular data entry of client work documents by the services team, data cleaning, completion and accuracy of all data entered into the MIS, and maintaining analysis of the data set. 2) Recommending improvements and support in making changes in the data collection system (data entry forms to MIS capture) 3) Reviewing data errors and conducting regular quality checks of data 4) Maintaining updated versions of the databases and reports submitted, organizing database on a monthly/ quarterly/ yearly basis 5) Working closely with Managers to ensure timely data record keeping, analysis and reviews 6) Regularly preparing case studies from data collected through MIS system. 7) Supporting report writing and other reporting based on data generated. 8) Support teams in queries related to data management in digital automation systems. 9) Maintain updated and cleaned databases of the program. 10) Prepare basic quantitative and qualitative data for analysis. 11) Assist with reporting, including data visualization, narrative reporting, and/or presentation of findings. 12) Making recommendations for improvements in data collection and analysis strategies. Addressing quality-level issues of the data with the team. 13) Basic Research and Data- Research study based on Service Program & MIS Data - Qualitatively and Quantitatively.

Salary: 30000 to 40000 per month

Reference: At least 2 references of the previous employers (Immediate Reporting Authority).

Interested candidate can send their CVs to:,

Last date for application – 28th Feb 2023

Location: Pune, Maharashtra

Eligibility Criteria

Not Specified

Desired Candidate Profile

Graduation - Graduate-Other

Organization Details

  • Organization Name:Bapu Trust for Research on Mind & Discourse
  • About Organization:India is a post-colonial state and a part of the Commonwealth. Indian mental health care system, like Indian Railways, has an indelibly colonial imprint. It left behind a policy environment which is stuck in a time warp of mental health laws and mental asylums. We won freedom decades ago, but are yet to decolonize our minds and escape the colonial imprints in policy designs and in public consciousness.