It’s a good time to be looking for a new job. In this issue, you’ll find available positions at Citizen Schools, On-Ramps, Commongood, Reasoning Mind, Rhode Island Teaching Fellows, the Corporation for National and Community Service, MATCH and more…
From Citizen Schools
National Strategy & Operations Manager to take on the critical task of generating data-driven, actionable insights to inform the volunteer recruitment strategy in each of our seven state offices. Additionally, the Manager will take primary responsibility for our Civic Engagement database on Salesforce.com, ensuring this is a value-added resource for our national and regional Civic Engagement teams. This is an excellent opportunity for a driven, entrepreneurial individual with exceptional analytic skills to take on high-stakes responsibilities and make an immediate impact on the growth of a successful national nonprofit. Reporting directly to the National Director of Civic Engagement, the Manager will also work closely with state Directors of Civic Engagement. This role is based in Boston at our National Headquarters.
National Recruitment Coordinator will manage the vital flow of human capital into Citizen Schools, working to ensure that Citizen Schools is a premier destination for the most talented professionals in the nonprofit sector. The National Recruitment Coordinator’s primary focus will be managing recruitment admissions for the launch region Chicago and supporting recruitment admissions for a select portion of our national portfolio. The location for this role is flexible, with preference for either Chicago, IL or Boston, MA. (The location listed on the job description of “National Headquarters – Boston” reflects the location of the National Talent Team, of which this role will be a member). This is a part-time role (20-25 hours/week) reporting to the National Recruitment Director.
Senior Development Officer at Turnaround for Children to work very closely with Pam Cantor, the organization’s President/CEO and serve as an influential leader in the education reform movement. In addition to Pam Cantor, the Senior Development Officer will collaborate with Turnaround’s COO and VP for Philanthropy and External Affairs to develop and implement its strategies to raise funds from foundations.
Founding Principal at the Future is Now High School (New Orleans) to lead a new school for New Orleans students that aims to leverage community strength, educator commitment, wraparound supports, and innovative technology to help students reach their potential as learners and leaders. This is an ideal opportunity for a school leader with a proven track record of driving significant academic achievement results to make their mark by building a school from the ground up and make a lasting impact on a historically underserved population of students.
Vice President of Marketing and Communications at IDEA Public Schools to lead marketing and communications efforts with a particular focus on branding and messaging on a national stage. The Vice President will develop and manage IDEA’s marketing programs as well as their media relations strategy and objectives and create and implement an effective community engagement strategy. This position will report to the Chief Operating Officer and manage an initial team of three regional communications directors.
From Reasoning Mind
Program Coordinator (Houston, Dallas, San Antonio) to help schools successfully implement the RM program. You will work with approximately 30 teachers to dramatically improve achievement for more than 1,000 students. Responsibilities include visiting classrooms to coach and collaborate with teachers as well as work with students, analyzing data and monitoring progress to guarantee students’ weaknesses are remedied, and problem-solving and designing creative solutions for any situation that arises.
Analyst (Houston) to enhance RM’s software, curriculum, and business processes. You will serve as a manager or participant on a wide range of projects, including designing/redesigning aspects of the software’s student and teacher interfaces, designing the processes by which many RM departments do their work, and evaluating and analyzing the performance of students in RM classroom.
Administrative Coordinator (Dallas) to provide behind-the-scenes support to our entire organization. You will play an important role in fostering a spirit of collaboration across all RM departments by performing a variety of functions, including purchasing goods and services, developing and refining policies and procedures, and planning team-building exercises and social activities.
Talent Development Associate (Houston) to strengthen the RM team by recruiting new members and developing current members. You will work with our Director of Talent Development on various projects, including recruiting for entry-level and early-career positions by building RM’s presence on college campuses, recruiting for early-career positions by conducting outreach to graduate schools and fellowship programs, training employees on project management, personnel management, workplace norms, etc.
Manager of Program Operations at Turnaround for Children to serve in the newly created position of Manager of Program Operations. The Manager of Program Operations will work closely with the Vice President of Field Operations and Programs to refine and maintain the structures, processes, and procedures that support and optimize the work of Turnaround’s growing, field-based program staff. The Manager of Program Operations will play an essential role in ensuring that Turnaround’s potent school transformation model continues to be both highly replicable and scalable by managing the operational systems necessary to sustain quality and efficiency of implementation and practice. This is an excellent opportunity for a systems-oriented and passionate individual to have a significant impact on a growing organization, and the education system in this country.
Director of Operations, Credit Builders Alliance will be responsible for building and sustaining CBA’s internal systems and structures to support the organization’s ability to achieve superior business outcomes. Specifically, the Director of Operations will oversee all administrative, financial and operational activities of the organization, including grants management, IT and human resources. This is an excellent opportunity for a talented and dynamic individual seeking to have an impact on an organization with a unique niche in the U.S. microfinance and financial services field.
Chief Operating Officer at BALLE will be responsible for building and sustaining CBA’s internal systems and structures to support the organization’s ability to achieve superior business outcomes. Specifically, the Director of Operations will oversee all administrative, financial and operational activities of the organization, including grants management, IT and human resources. This is an excellent opportunity for a talented and dynamic individual seeking to have an impact on an organization with a unique niche in the U.S. microfinance and financial services field.
Director of Development at Free the Slaves to develop and manage all aspects of a strategic fundraising plan to grow this high-impact organization. Working closely with the Executive Director and the Board, the Director of Development will develop and implement a plan to increase organizational funding, including building the base of funding from major donors, foundations and corporations, as well as exploring additional new sources of funding. The Director of Development will also serve as a key part of the leadership team and directly oversee a young, highly talented development department. This is a fantastic opportunity for a mission-driven and results-oriented fundraiser who is looking to create worldwide impact.
Program Officer at the Klarman Family Foundation to take the lead in two areas: Ensuring a strong and secure democratic, Jewish State of Israel; and Building a vibrant, engaged and inclusive Jewish community with connections to Israel and to the history of the Jewish people. Reporting to the Executive Director and working closely with the Foundation’s Trustees, the Program Officer will research, recommend and manage a portfolio of organizations, and help guide the Foundation’s strategy in impacting these areas, as well as collaborating on a broad range of issues in each of the Foundation’s funding areas.
Search Consultant at Commongood Careers to manage the recruiting and hiring process for some of the most effective and innovative nonprofit organizations in the country. The Search Consultant will manage a portfolio of up to 10 searches at a time, ranging across diverse mission, functional, and geographic areas. The Search Consultant will have primary responsibility for building and cultivating strong professional relationships with hiring managers and serving as a strategic advisor while creating effective hiring plans, conducting robust recruiting efforts, and helping to select the strongest candidates to fill open positions.
From Rhode Island Teaching Fellows
The Rhode Island Teaching Fellows is a competitive program of the Rhode Island Department of Education that recruits, selects and trains outstanding professionals and college graduates to become teachers in the schools that need them the most. To achieve our goal of all students having access to excellent teachers, we are committed to providing Rhode Island’s students with a new generation of educators who have the potential to be highly effective and will work hard to ensure the academic success of each of their students. We are seeking passionate and accomplished individuals from all professional and academic backgrounds who are interested in teaching high school math, high school science, or special education in Rhode Island’s most challenging and traditionally underserved schools and communities.
From the Corporation for National and Community Service
In recognition of Eli Segal’s leadership and entrepreneurship, the Board of Directors of the Corporation for National and Community Service created the Eli Segal Fellowship in 2006. This prestigious fellowship will be open to AmeriCorps alumni who have exceptional leadership, drive, and commitment who will help to advance the mission and strategic goals of the Corporation.
From the Daniel Murphy Scholarship Fund
Director of Education to provide leadership and vision to DMSF’s Education Department. Responsibilities will include the relationship between DMSF and its partnership high schools, recruiting, interviewing and selecting DMSF Scholars, and tracking the academic progress of Scholars and providing Scholars with the support they need, such as tutoring to endure success.
The MATCH Schools in Boston is hiring! MATCH is a small network of public charter schools in Boston to prepare inner city students for college success in beyond. We are currently looking for excellent teachers (we LOVE TFA alums) for both our 6th-12th school, as well as our brand new ELL focused elementary school. Openings for 2012-2013 include Middle School Science, Middle School History, High School World History, High School ELA, High School Math, Pre-K and Kindergarten (3 positions), 2nd and 3rd Grade Early Elementary (2 positions). Please send resume and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Other Employment Resources
- Breakthrough Collaborative
- Commongood Careers
- CORO Fellowship Program
- Career Builder
- Career Streams
- Development Guild
- National Center for Alternative Certification
- New Leaders for New Schools (New Leader Program)
- New Leaders for New Schools (other positions)
- Professionals for NonProfits
- Stanford School of Education
- Teach for America
- The Blue List
- Year Up
- Young Nonprofit Professionals Network
- Youth Service America