From Citizen Schools
Deputy Director, Learning Management Systems: Join Citizen Schools as the Deputy Director of Learning Management Systems to help build a brand new department established to ensure Citizen Schools staff at every level deliver exceptional performance and are supervised by best-in-class managers. You will directly contribute to the entire continuum of performance management from initial training through advanced development for senior leaders, with the opportunity to apply your knowledge of best practices as well as innovatively apply those in the context of an entrepreneurial, growing education reform organization. As a national organization Citizen Schools is particularly keen to develop excellent on-demand training modules that leverage our investments in cloud technology to make delivery of training as accessible and efficient as possible for staff at every level in every region. You will have the opportunity to use what you have learned about best-in-class training systems to build a platform here that will grow with us as we double the number of students served by 2017. This role reports directly to the Vice President of Leadership Development, is based at our national headquarters in Boston, and is available for an immediate start.
National Director of Individual Engagement: Join us as the National Director of Individual Engagement and build a world-class individual giving program that will secure resources for Citizen Schools to serve 10,000 students nationwide by 2017. You will directly cultivate high net worth individuals to invest in our mission, provide stewardship to an existing portfolio of individual supporters, and support our CEO and other senior leaders in providing outstanding stewardship for our highest-level supporters. Leverage your expertise in individual fundraising to provide tailored strategies, tools, and coaching to seven regional fundraising teams on individual solicitation, board development and stewardship best practices. You will also supervise a Manager of Individual Engagement who is based in Boston. This is an extraordinary opportunity to join a growing national organization with proven results at which the development of a robust individual giving program is a top, highly visible priority for senior leadership. The position is based at our National Headquarters in Boston, MA, reports directly to the Chief of External Engagement, and is available for an immediate start.
Salesforce Administrator & Business Analyst: Join Citizen Schools as Salesforce Administrator to ensure we consistently use the best available data to inform decision-making throughout the organization. Currently, all of our over 550 staff members interact with Salesforce through a variety of key functions including donor relationship management, volunteer management, student data management, and talent acquisition. The Administrator & Business Analyst will lead efforts to gather requirements, determine and implement configuration changes within Salesforce.com and be a thought partner to the user community. This individual will also assess, assist in the implementation of, and help to develop user training for business intelligence and analytic tools to be deployed broadly across the organization. This is an outstanding opportunity for an emerging Salesforce professional to lead the design, implementation, and continuous improvement of the Force.com platform at a successful, growing education reform organization. This role reports directly to the Director of Technology Projects, and is based at our headquarters in Boston.
From Harlem Villages Academy
Development Director to manage a team of three to achieve ambitious goals. S/he will work closely with our CEO, COO, and Director of Individual Giving to develop and implement our fundraising strategy. The Development Director will not directly ask for donations, but will interface closely with our board, major donors, and broader community of supporters. It’s a great opportunity for a talented individual to take on a leadership role in a growing, entrepreneurial organization. Previous fundraising experience not required.
From BUILD (Boston Site)
College Readiness Program Manager to Report to the Site Director, the College Readiness Program Manager (CRPM) ensures that all BUILD students acquire the requisite academic, life, and entrepreneurial skills through their participation in the BUILD program during their high school years. The CRPM ensures that all students will be eligible -and-competitive for college and successfully guide students to complete the college application process (applications, financial aid and scholarships). Additionally, the CRPM will collaborate with all program managers to ensure students are college ready through developing the 21st Century Skills required to succeed in college and in their careers.
From Sponsors for Educational Opportunity (SEO)
Director of Individual Giving Located in New York, NY, the Director of Individual Giving at Sponsors for Educational Opportunity (SEO) will be responsible for raising $10M+ over the next five years. This person will also coordinate strong partnerships with the Board and SEO’s major individual supporters. The Director of Individual Giving will report directly to the SVP of SEO. This is a great opportunity to work for a proven youth development organization that is poised for significant growth.
From Delaware Department of Education
Executive Director, Charter School Office at the Delaware State Department of Education will develop a concrete vision for Delaware’s charter school system and lead the effort at the state level to ensure that Delaware’s laws, regulations, practices and policies reflect best practice nationally, and create an environment that attracts, supports and sustains high performing charters while holding them accountable for results. The ED will manage the operations of the Charter School Office and will act as the central link between Delaware charter schools, families, DOE and the broader education community.
From KIPP Foundation
Technology Project Manager at the KIPP Foundation will provide project planning support to the Foundation’s application development efforts on a number of mission-critical projects. The Technology Project Manager will work with business owners to define project scope, goals and deliverables; develop project plans and related documentation, and manage the implementation and deployment of systems. This is an ideal opportunity for a dynamic, strategic project manager to work on a range of exciting projects, all supporting KIPP’s mission to prepare all kids for success in college and in life.
From Acelero Learning
Vice President of Talent, Acelero Learning, New York: Reporting to the Chief Administrative Officer, the Vice President will build and implement a strategic and sustainable talent acquisition function for the organization. The Vice President will be responsible for all aspects of talent cultivation and recruitment, overseeing the hiring processes for the national support center and four regional program sites comprised of approximately 950 staff. The Vice President will also be responsible for cultivating and promoting a positive organizational culture that is in line with the values and mission of Acelero. This is an exciting opportunity for a motivated talent professional to have a significant impact on the growth and performance of a highly-successful educational organization, and in turn, impact the lives of thousands of children and families around the country.
From Primary Care Development Corporation
Director of Marketing, Primary Care Development Corporation, New York: In support of its ambitious growth plans, PCDC seeks a driven and experienced Director of Marketing to join its team. Reporting to the Chief Financial Officer, this hire will develop and implement PCDC’s marketing strategy in an effort to drive revenue and increase their national presence. Leveraging their current brand, the Marketing Director will raise the organization’s profile and reputation, and increase engagement with its diverse group of constituencies – drawing customers to the appropriate service area and increasing opportunities for traditional fundraising. The Director of Marketing will serve the marketing needs of PCDC’s entire staff, ensuring a strong marketing presence and brand consistency across the various service areas. Additionally, this hire will support the conception and production of print, digital and other materials for use by the entire staff. The right marketing professional will relish the challenge to roll up their sleeves and lead a variety of traditional and innovative marketing efforts while tying their work directly to the revenue and growth goals of the entire organization. This is an exciting opportunity to help a mission-driven organization grow to a new level and achieve its potential for greater impact.
From Eye to Eye
Director of Individual Giving, Eye to Eye, New York: Eye to Eye is currently seeking a passionate and strategic professional to serve in the newly created position of Director of Individual Giving. Collaborating closely with the COO and Executive Director of Development and Strategic Planning, this person will report directly to the Co-Founder and CEO. The Director of Individual Giving will create and implement a plan to cultivate and capitalize on the high level of interest Eye to Eye has already begun to develop with high-net worth individuals. With primary responsibility for managing the organization’s Major Donor program, the Director of Individual Giving will cultivate and steward relationships with current and potential major donors, strategically leveraging the CEO and other organizational leaders to maximize their support. This is an excellent opportunity for a dynamic and committed individual to have a significant impact on a growing organization.
From Teach for America
2014 Teach for America Corps Members: Only 20% of New York City’s graduating seniors are prepared for college. Only 10% of children in the Bronx will ever go. This represents the inequity in the nearly 50 urban and rural regions where we work around the country. For the over 16 million children growing up in poverty, these disparities severely limit life opportunities. Teach For America enlists a diverse corps of high-achieving recent college graduates and professionals from all sectors who commit to teach for two years in a low income community and become lifelong advocates in the effort to expand educational opportunity.
Operations Coordinator, Detriot: As Operations Coordinator, you will play a pivotal role in ensuring all administrative and financial operations run smoothly, while you also shape corps and staff culture in the region. You will make the regional office a great, organized, and effective place to work. You are a natural self-starter and work with a strong customer service ethic. You want a fun, collaborative and entrepreneurial work environment, surrounded by a passionate team. You will report to the Director, Strategy, Talent, & Operations.
Development Associate, Greater Philadelphia Area: The Associate of Development (AD) will provide critical logistical support for the regional development team. The AD’s responsibility will be twofold. First, the AD will support the Managing Director of Development (MDD) to raise $20M over the next 2-3 years. Secondly, the AD will work within our regional development team to maintain data management and operational systems to ensure the effectiveness of our development efforts. The AD will work closely with the DD and Managing Director of Development (MDD) behind the scenes to achieve the vision, goals and strategies for increasing and diversifying the donor base in Greater Philadelphia. To be successful, the AD must: be able to organize, prioritize and track a large volume of projects and tasks; possess exceptional attention to detail and a high bar for quality; and be a critical thinker who displays sound judgment in prioritizing actions based on outcomes. The AD will report directly to the MDD, with support from the DD.
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