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Reading Partners is changing the education landscape. We are a leader in working to solve the literacy crisis in our country by leveraging community volunteers and AmeriCorps service members in under-resourced elementary schools. Our dedicated and expansive volunteer base provides one-on-one tutoring to students twice weekly, and our program is proven to help children master the reading fundamentals they need to unlock their potential as successful and confident readers in school and in life. Our people are the heart and soul of our organization, and our greatest resource; we are all passionately rallied around our mission to help children become lifelong learners by empowering communities to provide individualized instruction that works. Join our stellar team leading the charge to deepen our impact and expand our service. Learn more about us at www.readingpartners.org.

AmeriCorps/VISTA engages more than 80,000 Americans in intensive service each year at nonprofits, schools, public agencies, and community and faith-based groups across the country. Since the program’s founding in 1994, over 1 million AmeriCorps members have contributed more than 1.4 billion hours in service across America while tackling pressing problems and mobilizing more than 2.3 million volunteers for the organizations they serve.

The Role

The Alumni Engagement Coordinator is the key player in facilitating VISTA/AmeriCorps alumni relations at Reading Partners. This is an exciting chance to build a network of current members and recent alumni, allowing for continual engagement with Reading Partners programs after service terms are completed. As the VISTA Alumni Engagement Coordinator, you’ll create different avenues for connection (including digital media and in-person events), build a pipeline of partnerships for alumni engagement, and develop material to support members’ transition to “life after VISTA/AmeriCorps”. Reading Partners VISTA offers an amazing chance to give back through capacity-building roles – as a VISTA, you’ll receive benefits, a great place to serve, and the opportunity to springboard a glowing and growing career.

What you’ll do & how you’ll do it:

Communications and Public Relations - Create, adapt, and maintain communication materials to engage Reading Partners VISTA and AmeriCorps alumni.


  • The VISTA Alumni Engagement Coordinator will lead on different communications with alumni, including the development of newsletters and online engagement channels. The VISTA Alumni Engagement Coordinator will also create other materials to support regional and national alumni engagement events. 

Systems and Resource Development - Develop systems for tracking data around alumni and partnership engagement.


  • The development of successful tracking systems will be a huge responsibility for the VISTA Alumni Engagement Coordinator. By becoming familiar with existing tracking systems and reporting options the VISTA Alumni Engagement Coordinator will identify, suggest and implement best practices for tracking alumni and partnership information, and document communication metrics for future activities.

Partnership Development - Execute internal and external partnerships for Reading Partners AmeriCorps/VISTA Alumni


  • The VISTA Alumni Engagement Coordinator will manage the Alumni Advisory Council to identify needs/professional opportunities for alumni and current AmeriCorps members

  • The VISTA Alumni Engagement Coordinator will also be partnering closely with the Reading Partners Alumni Advisory Council, engaging with its members and board chair with the aim of supporting Alumni Board efforts.

About You!

You’ll be successful in this role if you:


  • Are dedicated to national and community service

  • Have a strong desire to fight poverty

  • Understand this position is an AmeriCorps service commitment and are dedicated to successfully completing a full term term of service.

  • Demonstrate a passion for working with children

  • Possess a natural ability to connect with people

  • Are eager for a dynamic schedule

  • Pay strong attention to detail and manage competing priorities effectively

  • Boast a deep belief in and passionately promote our mission

  • Demonstrate a love for relationship building and public speaking

  • Have flexibility and adaptability in both work style and work environment

  • Take initiative in meeting goals and seeking professional growth

  • Can problem-solve through challenges and failures

  • Can quickly learn new technology systems like Salesforce, and have a high level of comfort with Microsoft Office and Google Apps

  • Root your work in our core values

  • Possess a high school diploma or GED

  • Hold US Citizenship or Permanent Resident Status

  • Have not completed more than three (3) prior AmeriCorps or VISTA service terms

Bonus Points if you:


  • Are an AmeriCorps, VISTA, Peace Corps, and other national service alum/alumna

  • Have experience volunteering with other community-based or education programs

What we offer:


  • VISTA members earn an annual compensation of $24,053 through a living stipend from the VISTA program.

  • The VISTA program will authorize relocation allowance if a VISTA member moves more than 50 miles.

  • AmeriCorps/VISTA members are eligible for medical, dental, and vision coverage at no cost for our members; childcare assistance is available through VISTA for those who qualify.

  • AmeriCorps members can earn an education award of $6,095 after successfully completing their service term.

  • You may be eligible for student loan forbearance on federal student loans.

  • We offer an exciting and dynamic culture, and we commit to investing in and supporting our amazing people to grow their careers with us. As such, we provide ongoing professional development opportunities.

The other things you need to know:


  • Service Terms: VISTA members serve full-time (approximately 40 hours/week) for a 12-month, 365-day term. This VISTA member would serve from mid-February, 2020 through mid-February, 2021

  • Travel: VISTA members may need to travel between Reading Partners sites and offices; reliable transportation is recommended.

  • Orientation: Reading Partners VISTA members attend a virtual VISTA Service Orientation in addition to attending Reading Partners trainings. Your direct supervisor will provide role-specific training as well.

  • Where we serve: This position will serve as a VISTA in Oakland, CA. 

We look forward to hearing from you!

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Reading Partners is an Equal Opportunity Organization, with a strong commitment to diversity in the workplace.

Applications will be considered on a rolling basis. Position will remain posted until filled. No phone inquiries.

At Reading Partners we respect and honor the diversity in our workforce, and we are an Equal Opportunity Employer.

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Reading Partners is changing the education landscape. We are a leader in working to solve the literacy crisis in our country by leveraging community volunteers and AmeriCorps service members in under-resourced elementary schools. Our dedicated and expansive volunteer base provides one-on-one tutoring to students twice weekly, and our program is proven to help children master the reading fundamentals they need to unlock their potential as successful and confident readers in school and in life. Our people are the heart and soul of our organization, and our greatest resource; we are all passionately rallied around our mission to help children become lifelong learners by empowering communities to provide individualized instruction that works. Join our stellar team leading the charge to deepen our impact and expand our service. Learn more about us at www.readingpartners.org.

AmeriCorps/VISTA engages more than 80,000 Americans in intensive service each year at nonprofits, schools, public agencies, and community and faith-based groups across the country. Since the program’s founding in 1994, over 1 million AmeriCorps members have contributed more than 1.4 billion hours in service across America while tackling pressing problems and mobilizing more than 2.3 million volunteers for the organizations they serve.

The Role

The National Community Engagement Coordinator will develop and document new/improved systems, best practices, and tools for to support the growth and quality of volunteer recruitment, volunteer onboarding, and volunteer engagement for Reading Partners. This role is supervised by Reading Partners’ National Community Engagement Manager. Reading Partners VISTAs offers an amazing chance to give back through capacity-building roles. As a VISTA, you’ll receive benefits, a great place to serve, and the opportunity to springboard a glowing and growing career. Our top VISTA National Community Engagement Coordinators are ambassadors for service, demonstrate a passion for relationship and systems development, and strongly believe in our vision and values.

What you’ll do & how you’ll do it:

Volunteer Recruitment Analysis - Research, create, and implement systems that increase the efficiency and effectiveness of online volunteer recruitment for Reading Partners.


  • Research potential tools and strategies for testing effectiveness of online recruiting sources and strategies by evaluating optimal language, ad-testing, calls to action, photos, etc. for delivering volunteer sign-ups.

  • Propose and implement tools and strategies to increase impact of online recruiting sources.

Volunteer On-boarding Strategy Analysis - Research, execute and document best practices that increase efficiency and effectiveness of volunteer tutor onboarding.


  • Review current organizational/regional tools and strategies related to volunteer tutor onboarding experience; identify gaps and areas of improvement to best evaluate current onboarding experience.

  • Propose and implement new strategies to improve volunteer tutor onboarding experience for Reading Partners.

Volunteer and Community Engagement Analysis- Recommend, implement, and document best practices that increase volunteer satisfaction and engagement.


  • Review existing data analysis systems for measuring engagement and satisfaction of new and current volunteers tutors; identify gaps and areas of improvement.

  • Create and implement new data analysis systems, reports, and dashboards for testing engagement and satisfaction of new and current volunteer tutors.

  • Create training materials that support the adoption of new best practices, systems, and processes increasing volunteer satisfaction and engagement. 

About You!

You’ll be successful in this role if you:


  • Are dedicated to national and community service

  • Have a strong desire to fight poverty

  • Understand this position is an AmeriCorps service commitment and are dedicated to successfully completing a full term term of service.

  • Demonstrate a passion for working with children

  • Possess a natural ability to connect with people

  • Are eager for a dynamic schedule

  • Pay strong attention to detail and manage competing priorities effectively

  • Boast a deep belief in and passionately promote our mission

  • Demonstrate a love for relationship building and public speaking

  • Have flexibility and adaptability in both work style and work environment

  • Take initiative in meeting goals and seeking professional growth

  • Can problem-solve through challenges and failures

  • Can quickly learn new technology systems like Salesforce, and have a high level of comfort with Microsoft Office and Google Apps

  • Root your work in our core values

  • Possess a high school diploma or GED

  • Hold US Citizenship or Permanent Resident Status

  • Have not completed more than three (3) prior AmeriCorps or VISTA service terms

Bonus Points if you:


  • Are an AmeriCorps, VISTA, Peace Corps, and other national service alum/alumna

  • Have experience volunteering with other community-based or education programs

What we offer:


  • VISTA members earn an annual compensation of $24,053 through a living stipend from the VISTA program.

  • The VISTA program will authorize relocation allowance if a VISTA member moves more than 50 miles.

  • AmeriCorps/VISTA members are eligible for medical, dental, and vision coverage at no cost for our members; childcare assistance is available through VISTA for those who qualify.

  • AmeriCorps members can earn an education award of $6,095 after successfully completing their service term.

  • You may be eligible for student loan forbearance on federal student loans.

  • We offer an exciting and dynamic culture, and we commit to investing in and supporting our amazing people to grow their careers with us. As such, we provide ongoing professional development opportunities.

The other things you need to know:


  • Service Terms: VISTA members serve full-time (approximately 40 hours/week) for a 12-month, 365-day term. This VISTA member would serve from mid-February, 2020 through mid-February, 2021

  • Travel: VISTA members may need to travel between Reading Partners sites and offices; reliable transportation is recommended.

  • Orientation: Reading Partners VISTA members attend a virtual VISTA Service Orientation in addition to attending Reading Partners trainings. Your direct supervisor will provide role-specific training as well.

  • Where we serve: This position will serve as a VISTA in Oakland, CA

We look forward to hearing from you!

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Reading Partners is an Equal Opportunity Organization, with a strong commitment to diversity in the workplace.

Applications will be considered on a rolling basis. Position will remain posted until filled. No phone inquiries.

At Reading Partners we respect and honor the diversity in our workforce, and we are an Equal Opportunity Employer.

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Gum Moon Residence Hall is a non-profit 501(c)3 family resource center that provides educational and social service programs to low-income Asian immigrant families at minimum or no cost to the community. We are seeking a responsible, capable Program Coordinator/Teacher for our family support services in the Richmond district of San Francisco. He/She will be responsible for supervising the Learning Place – after-school program and coordinating various support groups for the program. In working with the supervisor, the coordinator will provide a safe, nurturing environment for families and their children to develop opportunities of learning, life skills and support for these Asian immigrant families.

Hours:

• 2 PM to 6 PM (20 hours) per week

Essential Duties:

• Supervise and assist the children in completing their homework and supplementary work

• Engage children in class activities, including arts & crafts, group projects, outdoor activities, etc.

• Communicate with the families regarding the children’s progress.

• Plan, prepare and implement the after-school curriculum and fieldtrip activities

• Set class rules and disciplines, maintaining a respectful, healthy learning environment for the children

• To recruit, train and supervise the volunteer Teacher Assistants

• Participate in regular staff meetings

• Prepare monthly program reports

Requirements:

• College student in a related field or relevant experience preferred

• Experience in teaching and/or working with children preferred

• Responsible, honest, hard-working, willing to learn; enjoy working with children

• Ability to work independently and as a team member

• TB test and fingerprinting upon request

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Assistant Center Director – Math Learning Center 

Mathnasium is the leading math-only learning center providing supplemental math education services for children in grades 2-12 of all skill levels. We Make Math Make Sense … and fun! Our math experts take pride in the impact they make on our students each day. When you join the Mathnasium team, you will work with bright, motivated and caring people who share a passion for helping students build math skills and self-confidence to succeed in school and beyond. 

Ready to join our team? Apply today, and don't let this opportunity pass you by! 

We are currently looking for an Assistant Center Director for our Rockridge/Oakland location. As an Assistant Center Director, your primary responsibility will be to champion the use of the Mathnasium Method during instruction using our proprietary math curriculum, manage and ensure the quality of student experiences and coach your team of instructors to provide the best math instruction available anywhere. As a successful Assistant Center Director, you will: 

Provide Exceptional Customer Service:  


  • Track student progress and make adjustments as needed to ensure educational goals are met

  • Keep parents informed on student progress including holding review meetings when needed

  • Make appropriate business decisions and resolve issues. Demonstrate good judgment in stressful situations

Sales:  


  • Conduct center visits and consultations. Build rapport with parents and students and effectively convey the benefits of Mathnasium and our commitment to help their student be successful in math

  • Participate in local marketing/sales events

Manage & Train:  


  • Train, motivate and develop Mathnasium instructors through ongoing training and feedback

  • Plan and manage instructor staffing levels and schedules

  • Manage the center during instructional hours, including assigning students to instructors and adjusting student/instructor ratios as necessary

  • Ensure all instructors utilize the Mathnasium Method when teaching math to students

Run Center during Instruction Hours:  


  • Act as Center Manager on Duty, open/close the center as needed.

  • Meet & greet parents and students on arrival and departure

  • Administer Mathnasium math skill assessments; analyze and interpret results

  • Create and maintain customized Learning Plans based on Mathnasium curriculum guides

  • Establish relationships and communications with students' teachers for insights on school progress

  • Create positive learning environment by modeling motivational behavior in the center for staff, students and parents

  • Maintain organization and cleanliness of center

  • Ensure company policies, standards and procedures are followed

  • Review student needs and educational status with Owner on an ongoing basis

  • Provide feedback to Owner regarding Instructor performance

  • Perform operational and administrative functions as assigned

We prefer:  


  • Bachelor's Degree with a strong math background; math, science or engineering degree

  • Previous experience working with children and supervising employees

  • Organizational and management skills

  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills

  • Experience using internet browsers, Microsoft Word and other standard business applications

  • Knowledge of general office equipment such as copiers, printers, phones and computers including laptops and tablets

  • Available 30+ hours each week including core work hours from 1:30-7:30 pm, Monday through Thursday and 9:30am-2:30pm Saturday

What you get in return:

As a team member, you'll work in a dynamic, enjoyable environment and make an impact on our students and community, helping us grow our Learning Center! 

The salary is $18 to $22 per hour.

Additionally, through on-the-job training and learning opportunities, you can develop your career at Mathnasium and succeed with us in future roles! If you want to be a part of an inspired organization that believes in fostering math knowledge and confidence in children, improving the lives of families every day - apply today!  

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Job Summary 

Reporting to the Executive Director, this position is responsible for overseeing and ensuring the effective operational, financial and regional activities of School on Wheels (SOW). This includes managing three regional teams covering 11 regions, planning, budgeting, overseeing financial management, bookkeeping, payroll, human resources, and all general office administration, a total of approximately 20 team members.  

Major Responsibilities

As a member of the Leadership Team, provide input to the Executive Director in the development of SOW’s strategic plans, policies and budgets. 

Regional Management


  • Work with the Executive Director to manage all regional teams geographically assigned in six counties in Southern California.  

  • Establish annual goals and objectives based on the strategic plan: set the tone and motivation to achieve those goals, evaluate results and performance and hold teams accountable for those achievements.

  • Manage the Regional Director and two Regional Team Leaders overseeing all SOW regional, volunteer and student coordinators. 

  • Work with the Regional Director, who oversees  the SRLC Instructor, Specialist and Assistant, to ensure the Skid Row Learning Center (SRLC) remains a vibrant learning environment and facility suitable for foundation and funder site visits.

Financial Management


  • Manage budgeting and financial reporting. 

  • Assist in compiling the organization functional budget, employ strategies to safeguard assets, and ensure appropriate cash flow. 

  • Analyze and oversee monthly financial reports (P&L; Balance Sheet; Operating Expenses; Revenue/Donor)

  • Monitor progress and develop monthly budget variance reports. 

  • Maintain accurate records of School on Wheels’ operating expenses and income and review monthly budget variance reports. 

  • Oversee bookkeeper’s role in managing payroll, accounts payables and receivables.

  • Work with accountant/auditor to generate year-end financial statement and tax returns. 

  • Develop organization and project budgets for foundations, as needed.  

  • Manage checking, credit card and bank accounts. 

Business Planning


  • Translate strategic and tactical business plans into operational plans. 

  • Develop and maintain operational procedures and internal controls and policies.

  • Oversee all general operations/administration activities to ensure efficiency and economy, including facilities and equipment maintenance, purchasing, material donations and mailings.

  • Ensure the maintenance of infrastructure, e.g., telecommunications, technology, office systems.

Payroll & Bookkeeping  


  • Manages bi-weekly payroll working with bookkeeper and payroll service provider.

  • Supervises review of invoices, payment authorization and timely payment. 

  • Coordinates QuickBooks and SalesForce donor databases.

  • Supervises appropriate documentation of staff expense reports, payment authorization and reimbursement. 

Human Resource Management


  • Establish credibility throughout the organization to be an effective listener and problem solver of people issues.

  • Ensure compliance with legal and staff needs and update Employee Handbook, policies and procedures, as necessary.

  • Maintain personnel files, including new hire documentation, insurance coverage, performance management documentation and records.

  • Manage annual open enrollment period by conducting cost/benefit analyses, working with broker, providing information to staff and maintaining database of employee benefits. 

Qualifications


  • Approximately seven years of increasing responsibility in business, financial and management experience.

  • Strong belief in the mission and culture of School on Wheels. Interest in working for a mission-driven nonprofit organization and exemplifying SOW’s values, integrity and ethics.

  • Significant background in financial planning, analysis and budgeting, superb business acumen and a sound understanding of business strategies.

  • Substantial operational experience in evaluating, developing and implementing organizational policies, systems and structures.

  • Successful track record in staff development, coaching and mentoring.

  • Accustomed to prioritizing, executing, and achieving results in lean environments; always ready to engage and lend a hand where needed. 

  • Strong program or project management experience. 

  • Ability to inspire teams and work effectively with people of all levels in the organization.

Approximately seven years of increasing responsibility in business, financial and management experience.  

At School on Wheels, we believe that having a team of diverse backgrounds and voices working together will enable us to fulfill our mission of improving students lives through education.To join this dedicated team, submit your cover letter and resume for consideration.

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After School Enrichment Program is a growing non-profit that believes in the greater community and the power of youth development. We are in search for passionate Program Leaders that want to make a REAL difference in the lives of children.

Here are the skills an excellent candidate has:


  • Be highly alert, focused and take proactive, preventative measures to keep all students safe.

  • Develop and maintain positive teacher-students and peer relationships

  • implement classroom management procedures for all activities and transitions (training provided)

  • Be an active participant in group, staff and professional development meetings

  • Maintain day-school classrooms clean and organized

  • Communicate, with a respectful and positive attitude all in the ASEP Community

  • Safely use technology/electronic tools/supplies maintain quality of all equipment.

  • Arrive to schedule shift, meetings and trainings on time.

  • Demonstrate maturity when dealing with children and sensitive issues

  • Being willing to organize and enthusiastically participate in out door games on the play yard

  • MUST have a sense of humor

Program Leader Qualifications


  • Must be at least 18 years of age

  • Must have high school degree or equivalent

  • Fingerprint and Department of Justice clearance

  • TB clearance

  • Interested and passion in working with children

  • Ability to work independently and on a team

  • Ability to work with children in a positive and caring manner

  • Ability to maintain professional boundaries with peers, students, community members

Must be available at these hours for either of the following sites:

McKinley Elementary:

Monday, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays from 2pm-6pm

(position also includes about 2 more hours for planning and staff meetings per-week)

Wednesday from 1pm-6pm

Daniel Webster Elementary:

Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday 2:30pm-6:00pm

Tuesday from 1:30pm-6:00pm

This position is open all year round, except for:

Two weeks of winter break in December, SFUSD Holidays, Sping break and Summer.

Position starts ASAP after livescan and TB test process.

Compensation: $16.50-$18.50 per hour depending upon experience.

Job Type: Part-time

Salary: $16.50 to $18.50 /hour

Experience:


  • relevant: 1 year (Preferred)

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Commitment: Now and through - Dec 2020 (Full Year)

We are seeking dynamic, energetic, playful, responsible activity leaders to cultivate and develop the inquisitive minds of a diverse student body in our after-school program for the Winte and through 2019-2020 academic year. Join our dedicated team in providing a fun, innovative, quality program, where children build their confidence through martial arts lessons, creative activities and free play. We are interested in hiring people committed to working in a multicultural learning environment and who demonstrate flexibility, a positive attitude, and professional demeanor. Ideal candidates will have experience working with children in a school or camp setting, an understanding of the social needs of K-8 students, strong communication and organizational skills, and a motivation to work with a strong existing team. 

Essential duties and responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

• Supervise, interact with and engage students

• Facilitate classes and recreational activities

• Plan weekly activities for a group of 10-15 children.

• Pick up children and safely transport them back to Pallen’s Headquarters  

• Communicate program needs to Director

• Attend regular staff meetings and professional development

• Develop positive relationships with parents and staff

Successful candidates must also demonstrate the following:

• An understanding and love of children

• High energy and creativity

• Excellent communication skills

• Flexibility, patience, and a good sense of humor

Minimum Requirements:

●  High School diploma or GED required. College a strong plus.

●  1 - 2 years experience doing similar or related work

●  Must pass live scan fingerprinting (background check) and provide negative TB tests before hiring process is completed.

 ● Valid California Driver License

 ● Safe driving record which meets Pallen’s insurance requirements  

Schedule and Hours:

These are part-time positions beginning now and through Dec, 2020. The after-school workday is Monday-Friday 1:30-6:30 pm, Wednesdays 1:15-6:30 pm. Additional hours are available during school holidays, in-service days, and school vacations.

Compensation: $15/hour training wage for the first 30-90 days while you train and shadow with another staff member.  Depending on training performance, $15 - $18/hourly wage. 90 day probationary period, candidate must commit to a this summer and the full academic year 2019-2020.  Complementary martial arts or fitness classes are available after probationary period.

Apply:

Please submit a resume with cover letter telling us why you would be a good fit.  No phone calls or drop ins, Thank you.

 

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Reporting to the Head of School, the Early Childhood School Director is a member of the Senior Leadership Team. The Director works closely with all administrators in the leadership of the school. The Director brings life to our purpose of “connecting students to their unique futures.” The Early Childhood School Director provides leadership aimed at providing the best possible school climate, as well as, maximum opportunities for student growth and development.

Specific duties include the following:

Business Operations:

• Oversee day to day operations for early childhood education program including quality control to ensure culture and academic excellence.

• Adheres and ensures compliance with local governing and licensing agencies.

• Ensure that all health and safety measures are in place at the campus.

• Ensure that appropriate teacher ratios are met at all times, both for licensing compliance and to maintain business standards.

Staff Development and Student Outcomes:

• Directs the activities of the Faculty/Staff in the performance of their duties.

• Serves as a consultant to teachers in matters of classroom management, teaching methodology, and general school procedures.

• In partnership with the Head of School, conducts regular meetings and professional development opportunities with faculty.

• Oversees student performance and academic achievement.

• Recruit new staff: attend recruitment events, interview and evaluate candidates for recommendation.

• Supervise, guide, mentor, train and coach teachers and other extended care staff directly and through role modeling.

• Conduct regular classroom visits to record and review teaching excellence criteria and ensure effective implementation of curricular and technology initiatives.

School Operations:

• Assigns daily staff duties and schedules: recess, lunch, arrival and dismissal.

• Maintains a comprehensive calendar of school events.

• Partners with the Head of School to create a supportive and open and collaborative environment for faculty and staff.

• Assists the Head of School in planning school assemblies and special events.

• Attends professional conferences, seminars, and workshops in education, minimum of one per school year.

• Keeps the Head of School informed of the general programs, activities, and problems of the school.

• Customer service, both internal and external, is given top priority, and builds rapport with students, parents, and staff.

• Performs other duties as assigned by the Head of School.

Candidate Qualities:

• Exudes courageous, compassionate, and caring leadership style that engenders support among colleagues, staff and the community through his/her knowledge, experience, creativity, vision and dedication to the school’s mission.

• A leader who can clearly articulate the vision of the school and has the ability to inspire both internal and external customers.

• A creative individual who thinks globally, works collaboratively, is open to new ideas and embraces change.

• Demonstrated leadership in ability to teach, train, supervise and support teachers in best practices.

Personal Attributes:

• An individual of high integrity and reputation who understands the importance of trust, respect, collaboration, and high standards of excellence.

• A good listener who is intuitive, thoughtful, considerate, and compassionate about relationships with others.

• A mission driven individual who leads by example with enthusiasm, passion, and sparking intelligence.

Job Specifications:

• Bachelor’s degree in education at a minimum.

• Completion with passing grades of 15 semester units or equivalent quarter units in Early Childhood Education at an accredited or approved college or university; and at least four years of teaching in a licensed day care center or comparable group child care program or Bachelor’s degree in Early Childhood and Adolescence.

o Three semester units or equivalent quarter units of the required 15 units shall be in administration and supervision.

o Twelve semester units or equivalent quarter units of the 15 units required in the above shall include courses which cover the general areas of child growth and development; child, family, and community, or child family, and program/curriculum.

• 3-5 years of leadership experience in an early childhood school environment preferred.

• Administrative experience strongly preferred.

• Strong organizational, interpersonal and communication skills (oral and written).

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Looking to work in a high energy and fulfilling environment?

Learn And Play Montessori Schools are well-established preschools with multiple locations in the Bay Area. We are looking for an Assistant Director for one of our campuses in Fremont, California.

Essential Duties & Responsibilities:

• Assistant Director will assist the Site Supervisor/Director in managing the daily preschool/childcare operations;

• Responsible for maintaining compliance with state and federal regulations and licensing requirements;

• Acknowledges receipt of deficiency notices from various agencies and diligently corrects deficiencies that pose immediate threat to children's health and safety;

• Monitors, inspects and procures safety equipment and trains staff as needed;

• Ensures adequate staff are CPR and First Aid certified;

• Ensures academic program is conducted to school's established mission statement while in alignment with the needs of children and staff;

• Plans, directs, and monitors instructional methods and content of educational, vocational, or student activity programs;

• Collaborates with administrative staff to establish new policies and educational goals as needed to address needs;

• Conducts job interviews;

• Evaluates and develops program curriculum and modifies as appropriate;

• Responsible for identifying purchasing needs;

• Develops, promotes and maintains a positive image of Preschool;

• Ensures timely collections of tuition and fees to meet fiscal goals;

• Conducts routine staff meetings and coordinates parent meetings;

• Responsible for operations and be on premises during working hours;

• Directs activities of teachers, teachers' assistants, administrative staff and volunteers to foster strengthened teamwork environment, and encourages open-door policy;

• Conduct monthly fire and earthquake drills.

• Other duties as assigned.

Qualifications:

To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. In addition, the individual must be punctual, have a good attendance record, and have reliable means of transportation to work.

• Excellent verbal and written communications skills;

• Regularly communicate in a positive and effective manner with staff, children, and parents/guardians;

• Excellent leadership, organizational, and planning skills;

• Ability to adjust to changing schedules and priorities;

• In-depth knowledge of administrative management and related functions;

• Ability to solve practical problems, multi-task and establish effective priorities;

• Ability to accept criticism and react calmly and effectively with high stress situations;

• Assume a professional working relationship between children, staff, parents, and management;

• Ability to work both independently and in a team environment;

• Adhere to highest standards of fairness and business ethics in the performance of duties and responsibilities;

• Effectively and efficiently execute duties with minimum direction to meet deadlines;

• Ability to read and interpret a variety of instructions furnished in written, oral or schedule format; and

• Requires a high degree of mutual trust and reliability; and

• Working knowledge of State Licensing Regulations.

Special Requirements:

• Must have a valid California Driver's License with a clean driving record, preferred;

• Must have reliable transportation, specifically a vehicle in good working condition, preferred;

• Current Pediatric CPR and First Aid certification, preferred;

• Must complete 16 hours of health and safety training;

• Must comply with guidelines under Title 22 for Child Care Centers;

• Must have TB tests and health screening to maintain good health and all required immunizations*;

• Any offer of employment is contingent upon the ability to pass a background check including, but not limited to, criminal background information as a condition of employment. Employer will ensure that all background checks are held in compliance with applicable state statutes Credit Reporting Act.

• Must undergo Mandated Reporter training and comply with all requirements; and

• Must sign a confidentiality and nondisclosure agreement.

Education and Experience:

• Minimum 3-5 Years of experience caring for preschoolers and managing an educational program in a licensed child care center or similar settings

• 15 semester units or equivalent quarter units in Early Childhood Education or in specific early childhood educations classes. 15 semesters include 3 in staff and administration, 12 units in child growth and development, and 4 in teaching

• Associate or Bachelor's Degree in Early Childhood Education, Child Development, Child, Family and Community, Preschool Curriculum or related field is preferred.

Our schools offer Exceptional Benefits including: Paid Time Off, Paid Sick Leave, Paid Holiday's, Medical, Dental, Vision, Life Insurance, 401K, Childcare Discount, Comprehensive Employee Assistance Program, and more.

Interested candidates please complete the online application.

We are a proud EOE and committed to maintaining a work and learning environment free from discrimination on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, pregnancy, gender identity, sexual orientation, marital/civil union status, ancestry, place of birth, age, citizenship status, veteran status, political affiliation, genetic information or disability, as defined and required by state and federal laws. Additionally, we prohibit retaliation against individuals who oppose such discrimination and harassment or who participate in an equal opportunity investigation.

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It is an exciting time to join Mission Neighborhood Centers, Inc. (MNC)!    

 

Mission Neighborhood Centers is seeking full and part-time Teachers and a Site Supervisor who will work in conjunction with our teaching staff to ensure the overall classroom operation and record keeping in accordance with Head Start (HS), Federal Performance Standards, California Department of Education (CDE), California Department of Social Services, Childcare Licensing Division (CDL), and Mission Neighborhood Centers’ policies and procedures.   

 

If you are seeking an organization that values, promotes and develops leadership by delivering culturally sensitive, multi-generational, community based services that empower families to build strong, healthy, and vibrant neighborhoods with the vision of a strong, healthier and more vibrant community that respects and celebrates its many rich, cultural traditions, please apply.    

 

We would like to meet you if you are looking for an opportunity to be part of an organization whose mission it is to provide quality childcare and restorative services for troubled youth, enrich in-school and after-school programs, develop workforces for a changing economy, and provide our elders with activities and support that help them avoid isolation and depression and you can answer "yes" to all of the following questions: 

· Do you want to improve the quality of people’s lives?  

· Are you seeking meaning and purpose in your career? 

· Do you wish you could work with an organization actually making a difference in peoples’ lives? 

· Are you self-motivated and results driven, yet lighthearted and fun? 

· Do you exceed people's expectations of you on a regular basis? 

· Is being busy preferable to being bored?   

 

Our ideal candidates have strong interpersonal and communication skills; love working with children; superior organizational and planning skills; good judgment with the ability to make timely and sound decisions.   

 

We are currently seeking the following roles: 

· Substitute/Floater – Part-Time, Monday through Friday (7:30 to 11:30 a.m. or 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.) 

· Assistant Teacher – Full-Time 

· Associate Teacher – Full-Time 

· Lead Teacher – Full-Time 

· Master Teacher – Full-Time 

· Site Supervisor – Full-Time   

 

Qualifications  


  • High School Diploma or GED

  • California Child Development Assistant Teacher Permit or higher

  • Early Childhood Education (ECE) Units or Child Development (CD) 

  • Demonstrated willingness to pursue career development

  • Demonstrated interest and willingness to work well with young children

  • Bilingual in English/Spanish preferred

  • Strong computer skills – Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel, PowerPoint,      Outlook)

  • Excellent organizational, analytical, interpersonal and communication skills - written and verbal (excellent spelling and grammar) 

  • · Proven organization skills, including the ability to manage priorities and workflow, set goals and objectives, schedule others and develops realistic action plans 

  • · Ability to present to individuals, small and large group settings to both clients and employees 

  • · Experienced at supporting a culture of teamwork 

  • · Personality: dependable, dedicated, and professional  

  • Supports the mission, vision and values of Mission Neighborhood Center

  • CPR/First Aid Training Certificate

  • Background Check clearance – FBI/DOJ Fingerprint, Child Abuse Index, Physical Exam, TB Test

  • Associate’s Degree preferred or current enrollment in Child Development Program 

How To Apply  If you are qualified and interested in applying, please send your resume and cover letter with the Title of the Position you are applying to in the subject line. As each of these position requirements vary, please indicate your Teaching Permit Level, your applicable ECE, CD, Infant/Toddler and Administrative Units you have completed, and your supervised field experience. Phone calls are not accepted, nor will we call you if you don’t submit employment information. Please visit our web site for additional information on our company at: www.mncsf.org   

 

Signing Bonus If you are qualified and are hired on for one of our current roles, MNC offers a signing bonus of $1,000 over three payments received after one (1) month, three (3) months and one (1) year.     

 

Benefits The full-time positions are Monday through Friday 7:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. (8-hour shifts in that range) with an excellent benefit package, which includes:  


  • Medical, dental and vision coverage

  • Vacation and Sick Time

  • 11 Paid Holidays

  • Retirement Program 403 (b)

  • Life Insurance

  • Long Term Disability

  • Employee Assistance Program

  • Commuter Benefits an easy access to Public Transportation

  • Amazing SF location –the Mission and Excelsior Districts’ melting pot of cultures, cuisines and colorful Latino markets; close to upscale restaurants and the best taquerias and street foods.

  • Close knit, caring team  

  • And more!

We are an equal opportunity employer and welcome diversity in the workplace. Pursuant to the San Francisco Fair Chance Ordinance, we will consider for employment, qualified applicants with arrest and conviction records.   

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Global Manager Clinical Education iTero, Ortho

 

Description:

Align Technology is a global medical device company that pioneered the invisible orthodontics market with the introduction of the Invisalign system in 1999. Today, we develop innovative, technology-rich products such as Invisalign system of clear aligner treatments and the iTero scanner portfolio to help dental professionals achieve the clinical results they expect and deliver effective, cutting-edge dental options to their patients. The Global Manager Clinical Education iTero role will be part of a culture that is helping to improve lives every day through digital dentistry.

We would love for you to join a fun and cutting-edge technology company that has helped create over 7 Million Smiles (#7MILLIONSMILES #Work4Align).

The Global Clinical Education Manager iTero, Ortho position reports directly into the Global Marketing Director iTero, Ortho as well as dotted line to the Invisalign Global Clinical Education leader. This strategic role is at the interface between the two brands, Invisalign and iTero to enable the implementation of iTero education programs, curriculum, and KOL management within Invisalign programs and initiatives like iPro. You will need to understand the education and clinical needs of Orthodontists and hygienists to design, adapt, and disseminate programs and content that increase the adoption and utilization of iTero scanners and services across the globe.

This person will be responsible for working closely with Invisalign Clinical leadership and peers, Regional Education teams and global KOLs, to be able to drive and activate iTero Education programs and content synergistically with Invisalign, in programs like iPro. Raising the share of voice internally, to enable share of mind externally.

You must be able to effectively influence, persuade and convince up; down and across the organization. Your focus is to ensure that iTero programs are designed and implemented in alignment with the Invisalign brand strategy.

Responsibilities:


  • Formulate and own the iTero Ortho global clinical education strategy embedded into Invisalign existing and future programs

  • Develop a deep understanding of Orthodontists visualization/imaging needs across the globe as well as insights about clinical practices

  • Identify, manage and build relationships with KOLs using iTero and speaking for Invisalign

  • Develop and execute Upstream Education plans including iTero University curriculum, speaker bureau, clinical studies, KOL management, P2P Education and Events/congresses

  • Participate and contribute in developing Education plans and content to support product adoption globally

  • Develop and follow Education metrics that reflect the adoption, penetration and utilization of iTero in clinical practice

  • Serve as Education representative on relevant Invisalign and iTero committees for assigned projects

Required Skills:


  • Leadership and uncanny influencing/persuasive abilities

  • Strong communication skills, ability to be synthetic and articulate crisply

  • Strong interpersonal skills and ability to create productive relationships in multi-cultural context

  • Curiosity and appetite for learning and dissemination of clinical knowledge

  • Passion for professional education, advancing care of patients and product innovation

  • Self-starter with ability to work in a fast paced environment with skills to lead and execute on multiple programs in parallel

  • Strong ability to collaborate and work in teams

  • Ability to switch between strategic and tactical mind set

  • Ability to work in and with virtual team Experience & Education

  • Master degree in sciences required, PhD or medical degree a plus

  • 8- 10 years of progressive clinical education experience with preference for experience in medical devices, life sciences, pharmaceuticals etc.

  • Excellent record in establishing solid business relationships with internal and external partners

  • Demonstrated ability to thrive in matrixed organization and ability to influence cross-functional resources. Nice to have/Optional

  • Experience in operating with synergistic brands competing for attention/time

  • Experience in the dental industry and orthodontics in particular

Travel:


  • Ability to travel domestic and internationally, 25% including some weekends a year as dictated by trade show schedules

Location:


  • San Jose (CA) preferred, Raleigh (NC) secondary

At Align, the values Agility, Customer and Accountability define our culture. We develop solutions rapidly, hence the agile attitude typical of our employees. To delight our customers, we understand customer expectations, treat their problems as our own, and tailor our solutions to their needs. Accountability for delivering against our expectations is at the core of who we are. We hold ourselves to the highest standards with regard to our work, our professionalism, and our outcomes.

Align, the inventors and makers of Invisalign ®, the world leader of clear aligners for orthodontic therapy. Invisalign ® is a revolutionary way to replace wires & brackets by made-to-order plastic transparent aligners. Behind the scenes, we leverage new 3D computerized treatment simulation and artificial intelligence as well as 3D printing, complex bio-mechanics and advanced materials. We also invented the iTero scanner, which scans your mouth in a few minutes and generate a 3D model of your jaws and teeth to an incredible micron-level of precision.

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826CHI Admin Internships 2019-2020 

Mission: 

826CHI is a non-profit organization dedicated to supporting students ages 6 to 18 with their creative and expository writing skills, and to helping teachers inspire their students to write. Our services are structured around the understanding that great leaps in learning can happen with one-on-one attention, and that strong writing skills are fundamental to future success. More information can be found at www.826chi.org

Overview:

826CHI is seeking enthusiastic and dedicated interns for semester or year-long terms who will collaborate with our staff, volunteers, and fellow interns. Interns are supervised by an 826CHI staff member, participate in all aspects of 826CHI and have the opportunity to conduct individual projects based on personal skills and interests. 826CHI interns commit to 15-25 hours per week in goal-based work and departmental projects. They will also assist in other areas which include the storefront (The Secret Agent Supply), our front desk, programs and at 826CHI events. All internships are unpaid or for education credit only. Benefits include a small transportation stipend via Ventra Card (upon request), a twenty percent discount at the store, and experience working with our students and our staff of non-profit professionals. 

Ideal qualities of an 826CHI Intern: 

○ Energetic and engaging individual.

○ Enjoys working with people of all ages.

○ Excited about spending time around youth.

○ Strong interest in supporting platforms for student writing and voice.

○ A passion for supporting writing that centers underrepresented voices.

○ Spanish speaking skills a plus. 

This internship can serve as a foundation and stepping stone for a career in nonprofit administration. 826CHI staff will support you in meeting your learning goals. All interns must be willing to learn & practice:

○ Project management & organizational skills.

○ Verbal and written communication skills.

○ Independent and collaborative workflow.

○ Taking positive and constructive feedback.

○ Working with diverse cultures.

○ Being comfortable in youth-led,-youth-centered spaces.

○ Patience, stamina, and flexibility working in a busy, active environment. ○ Google Drive (Docs, Sheets, Forms).

○ Adobe suite (InDesign) - If applicable. 

How to Apply:

Applicants must send the following materials in one email to volunteers@826chi.org


  1. A Cover letter briefly (250-500 word count) stating your interest in this internship and your philosophy on education and/or creative writing and the arts. Please include your choice of focus area and weather your applying for a semester-long or year-long internship. a. Alternate option: Submit a 2-4 minute video answering the questions above. 

  2. Resume. All attachments must be submitted with the applicant’s last name included in the title (example: “Diaz_CoverLetter”). Applicants seeking college credit are responsible for submitting necessary info and fulfillment requirements to 826CHI. 

Focus Areas

Social Enterprise:
This intern supports the Store Coordinator with the promotion and operations of 826CHI's Secret Agent Supply. Our storefront serves as a way to raise money for the organization and engages and educates the local community about 826 CHI's mission. The ideal intern has an interest in customer service, visual merchandising, marketing, graphic design, or retail management and entrepreneurship.

Nonprofit Development: This intern supports the Director of Development in fundraising efforts. The ideal candidate has a strong interest in telling the story of 826CHI to new audiences, increasing our exposure to Chicago's diverse community of funders, and is seeking experience in creative writing education and youth development within the non-profit setting. This intern also provides support for special events and giving appeals. Strong writing and research skills desired. Grant writing experience a plus.

Volunteer Management & Recruitment: This intern supports the Volunteer Team with managing 826CHI's corps of volunteers. The ideal candidate is someone with a strong interest in being a liaison for 826CHI in the greater Chicago community, as well and helping orchestrate an enthusiastic team of 400 active volunteers and welcoming new members to the organization. Duties will include: maintaining our volunteer database for tracking and sign-ups, community outreach, prep for new volunteer orientations and support appreciation events and campaigns. 

Fall internships begin in September and continue through mid-December

○ Applications taken on a rolling basis until all positions are filled 

Winter/Spring internships begin the second week of January and continue through Mid-June.

○ Application Deadline: November 8th, 2019 ● 

Summer internships begin in June/July and continue through August.

○ Application Deadline: March 22nd, 2020
Applicants seeking college credit are responsible for submitting necessary info and fulfillment requirements to 826CHI. 

Commitment to Inclusion As an organization committed to encouraging youth in their creative expression, personal growth, and academic success, 826CHI recognizes the importance of diversity at all levels and in all aspects of our work. In order to build and maintain the safe, supportive 826 environment in which great leaps of learning occur, we commit to inclusion: we will not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, ethnicity, age, gender identity, sexual orientation, socio-economic status, nationality, marital status, language, parental status, military service, or (dis)ability. We strive to put our values into action through planning, decision making, and community building. 826CHI is an equal opportunity employer committed to building a culturally diverse and pluralistic team. We strongly encourage applicants from underrepresented communities in the education and nonprofit sectors to apply. 

Do you love our mission but have questions about how your experience aligns with these positions? Contact us at volunteers@826chi.org with any questions!

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The Contra Costa County Office of Education is currently

accepting applications for the position of:

ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL, STUDENT PROGRAMS (SPECIAL EDUCATION) #1019-251R

LOCATION: Marchus School, Concord, CA and Mauzy School, Alamo, CA

PROGRAM INFORMATION:

The Contra Costa County Office of Education announces the opportunity to apply for the position of Assistant Principal, Student Programs (Special Education). Under the direction of the Principal, Student Programs, this position will develop, supervise, and evaluate Special Education instructional programs in CCCOE Central County Regional Programs; coordinate and direct communications, personnel and budgets to meet student program needs; build effective business and community partnerships; ensure compliance with laws, regulations, policies, and procedures.

SCHEDULE: 12-month work year, Certificated Management Calendar, 220 Days

REQUIREMENTS:

Education and Experience:


• Master’s Degree in Education or related field required

• Valid Administrative Services Credential or ability to obtain at time of hire

• Three (3) years teaching experience required, including work with Special Education,

Court or Community Schools or related programs

• Valid Special Education Credential preferred

• Valid California Driver’s License

Resume, copies of transcripts and credentials required with application.

SELECTION PROCESS: No faxes, emails, resumes and/or paper applications will be accepted.

APPLICATION DEADLINE: Until Filled

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Pathway Mission StatementAt its founding in 1961, Pathway was among the very few schools in the greater Philadelphia area designed exclusively for the learning disabled child, and unified the disciplines of psychology, psychiatry, medicine and social work with education. Since then, The Pathway School has increased the size of enrolment and staff who support the students, developed the vibrant learning environment located on a 12-acre campus in Jeffersonville, and solidified its reputation as a leader in innovative, quality programs and services for those who need a specialized education. Throughout all of its growth, the school's mission has remained the same: to build academic, social, and life skills in students with special needs, to promote their success and independence after Pathway.Job Title: Director of School Operations Full-Time, Salaried/Exempt Administrative Model (12 month schedule) 37.5 hours per week, 7.5 hrs./per day DEPARTMENT: Executive Department RELATIONSHIPS: Reports to the School’s President/CEOFUNCTIONS: The Director of School Operations is a versatile and team oriented individual with abilities and experience across operations, logistics, finance, and academic administration. An essential function of the position is to enable the Director of Education to focus on instructional leadership – the teaching and learning that drives student outcomes. This position maximizes the school's operational performance by developing and refining operational systems, designing and executing short-term and long-term strategies and serving as part of the Pathway School to support the School’s growth. CORE COMPETENCIES: · Must be able to manage change effectively and professionally. Must be able to adapt to new processes and procedures;· Must be able to provide a high level of customer service to both external and internal customers;· Must exhibit excellent verbal and written communication skills;· Must be able and willing to problem solve independently. Willing to bring creative and innovative ideas into the department to improve process and procedure.QUALIFICATIONS: · Advanced Degree in Business, Business Development, Organizational Development, Education Administration, or a related field required. · Minimum 5 10 yrs. of demonstrated experience in a relevant leadership role· Demonstrated competency in managing strategic operations· Strong supervisory experience required; ability to influence and engage direct and indirect reports· Able to concurrently think strategically, manage, be hands-on, and pay attention to day-to-day details· Must have a broad intellectual capacity, curiosity, and passion for an eclectic range of issues and subjects across the broadest array of areas, including those not yet defined.· Charismatic, executive-level presence with the ability to establish relationships with key influencers and decision-makers and be viewed as approachable and empathetic by internal staff.· Proven track record of a high level of performance and achieving objectives.· Knowledgeable of employment law· Familiar with staffing and expense budgets;Compliance Requirements:· Must comply with Act 168 and submit a completed Sexual Misconduct Form.· Must able to obtain and maintain a satisfactory PA criminal background check, Child Abuse & FBI clearances and pass a drug test, as well as, a TB Test;Physical Requirements:Ability to perform all duties as listed. Physical activity can include climbing stairs, sitting for long periods of time, extensive computer data entry, may include participation in wellness programs that involve walking. PROFESSIONAL RESPONSIBILITIESCreate, implement and continually improve Pathway’s operational systems and processes with clear objectives and benchmarks for success. Accelerate momentum to create sophisticated and scalable operations and people strategy, to drive a rapidly growing business to its next level of maturation without sacrificing performance and efficiency or employee satisfaction.Integrate into the fabric of the organization to gain deep knowledge of issues and assess issues that serve as barriers to a team or organization’s maximum effectiveness.Review all school-wide data systems for the accuracy, efficiency and effectiveness.Partner with professionals at all levels to maximize operational performance when planning annual budget. Provide project management and oversight to annual school year and extended school year development. Influence operational excellence and collaboration by problem-solving cross departmentally.Ensure a culture of customer service and solutions-oriented support for students, families, staff, and visitorsManage relationships with all third party vendors and outsourced teams. Assist in the research of competitive options.Develop and implement tracking and reporting systems on all current and upcoming projects.Meet regularly with the President to provide updates, insights, and recommendations on all facets of the business.


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Pathway Mission Statement

At its founding in 1961, Pathway was among the very few schools in the greater Philadelphia area designed exclusively for the learning disabled child, and unified the disciplines of psychology, psychiatry, medicine and social work with education. Since then, The Pathway School has increased the size of enrolment and staff who support the students, developed the vibrant learning environment located on a 12-acre campus in Jeffersonville, and solidified its reputation as a leader in innovative, quality programs and services for those who need a specialized education. Throughout all of its growth, the school's mission has remained the same: to build academic, social, and life skills in students with special needs, to promote their success and independence after Pathway.


Job Title:          Director of School Operations

                         Full-Time, Salaried/Exempt

Administrative Model (12 month schedule)

                         37.5 hours per week, 7.5 hrs./per day

                                                               

DEPARTMENT:                            Executive Department


RELATIONSHIPS:                        Reports to the School’s President/CEO


FUNCTIONS:   The Director of School Operations is a versatile and team oriented individual with abilities and experience across operations, logistics, finance, and academic administration. An essential function of the position is to enable the Director of Education to focus on instructional leadership – the teaching and learning that drives student outcomes. This position maximizes the school's operational performance by developing and refining operational systems, designing and executing short-term and long-term strategies and serving as part of the Pathway School to support the School’s growth. 


CORE COMPETENCIES:           

·        Must be able to manage change effectively and professionally. Must be able to adapt to new processes and procedures;

·        Must be able to provide a high level of customer service to both external and internal customers;

·        Must exhibit excellent verbal and written communication skills;

·        Must be able and willing to problem solve independently. Willing to bring creative and innovative ideas into the department to improve process and procedure.


QUALIFICATIONS:      

·        Advanced Degree in Business, Business Development, Organizational Development, Education Administration, or a related field required. 

·        Minimum 5- 10 yrs. of demonstrated experience in a relevant leadership role

·        Demonstrated competency in managing strategic operations

·        Strong supervisory experience required; ability to influence and engage direct and indirect reports

·        Able to concurrently think strategically, manage, be hands-on, and pay attention to day-to-day details

·        Must have a broad intellectual capacity, curiosity, and passion for an eclectic range of issues and subjects across the broadest array of areas, including those not yet defined.

·        Charismatic, executive-level presence with the ability to establish relationships with key influencers and decision-makers and be viewed as approachable and empathetic by internal staff.

·        Proven track record of a high level of performance and achieving objectives.

·        Knowledgeable of employment law

·        Familiar with staffing and expense budgets;


Compliance Requirements:

·        Must comply with Act 168 and submit a completed Sexual Misconduct Form.

·        Must able to obtain and maintain a satisfactory PA criminal background check, Child Abuse & FBI clearances and pass a drug test, as well as, a TB Test;


Physical Requirements:

Ability to perform all duties as listed. Physical activity can include climbing stairs, sitting for long periods of time, extensive computer data entry, may include participation in wellness programs that involve walking.


PROFESSIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES


  • Create, implement and continually improve Pathway’s operational systems and processes with clear objectives and benchmarks for success. 

  • Accelerate momentum to create sophisticated and scalable operations and people strategy, to drive a rapidly growing business to its next level of maturation without sacrificing performance and efficiency or employee satisfaction.

  • Integrate into the fabric of the organization to gain deep knowledge of issues and assess issues that serve as barriers to a team or organization’s maximum effectiveness.

  • Review all school-wide data systems for the accuracy, efficiency and effectiveness.

  • Partner with professionals at all levels to maximize operational performance when planning annual budget. Provide project management and oversight to annual school year and extended school year development. 

  • Influence operational excellence and collaboration by problem-solving cross departmentally.

  • Ensure a culture of customer service and solutions-oriented support for students, families, staff, and visitors

  • Manage relationships with all third party vendors and outsourced teams. Assist in the research of competitive options.

  • Develop and implement tracking and reporting systems on all current and upcoming projects.

  • Meet regularly with the President to provide updates, insights, and recommendations on all facets of the business.


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Job Description


AquaTech Swim is seeking natural born leaders and seasoned managers to oversee and maintain operations of our learn to swim programs. We are looking for managers that can carry out and attain the mission and goals of AquaTech; an employee-oriented culture that emphasizes quality, continuous improvement, staff retention and high performance.


Management Duties:



  • Plan, direct and oversee operational shifts - staff and facility

  • Provide oversight and direction to the staff in accordance with AquaTech's policies and procedures

  • Maintain transparent communication; Appropriately communicate company information through management meetings, one-on-one meetings, and appropriate email and company blessed channels of communication.

  • Maintain the health and safety of staff and customers

  • Develop a superior staff; coach, mentor and oversee on-boarding

  • Foster a spirit of teamwork and unity among staff

  • Lead staff to meet AquaTech's expectations of productivity, quality and goal accomplishment

  • Follow operational checklists


AquaTech Benefits:



  • Consistent, regular weekly work schedule

  • Open 7 days a week, many shift options to choose from

  • Full and ongoing training provided

  • Ability to grow and learn within the company

  • Meaningful and rewarding work, saving and positively impacting hundreds of lives

  • Bonus structures, direct deposit, paid sick leave, health benefits, 401K plans, discounted services in AquaTech, etc.


Personal Qualifications & Qualities:



  • Proven, successful management experience (3+ years)

  • Aquatic experience (swimming, water polo, sailing, surfing, etc OR willingness to learn)

  • Flexible, can-do attitude; Whatever it takes to get the job done

  • Commitment to employment and professionalism

  • Enthusiasm for children, physical fitness and safety

  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills; ability to relate well to diverse groups; excellent listening skills

  • Respect for policies, procedures and process


Shift Schedule Options:



  • Monday through Fridays: 12:30 PM -9:30 PM

  • Saturday through Sunday**: 7:30 AM - 4:30 PM or 10:30 AM - 7:30 PM


**Must be available to work 1 weekend day consistently


Compensation:


Depending on experience, AquaTech has a starting pay rate which has the opportunity to increase after 90-days if specific goals are met. Generally starting rates for this position vary between $19-$22 per hour DOE.


Application Requirements:


  • Apply directly at: aquatechswimjobs.com

Company Description

Apply directly at: aquatechswimjobs.com


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Company Description

Uncommon Schools is a non-profit network of 53 outstanding public charter schools in grades K-12 across New York, New Jersey and Massachusetts. Our mission is to start and manage outstanding urban public charter schools that close the achievement gap and prepare students from low-income backgrounds for success in college and beyond. We are accomplishing that mission every day, with a college graduation rate that is well above the national average and thousands of stories of our students and alumni achieving their dreams.

Job Description

The Associate Director of Operations is a member of the High School Leadership Team and crucial to the day-to-day operating of the school. The Associate DOO is responsible for managing up to two team members, and ensuring the successful implementation of school systems and routines. The Associate DOO oversees several large aspects of High School operations and long-term projects while also attending to the short-term demands of the school. The Associate DOO will report directly to the High School Director of Operations.

SPECIFIC RESPONSIBILITIES


  • Support all aspects of the day-to-day operation of the school;

  • Serve as main point of contact for all operational needs in circumstances when the DOO is not available;

  • Participate actively in the School Leadership Team;

  • Manage 1-2 operations staff members, at the DOOs discretion, and oversee the successful implementation of their projects;

  • Manage High School-specific initiatives, for example the HS Advisory Dashboard, SWIPE, etc.

  • Implement coverage system on a daily basis;

  • Develop annually the High School academic schedule;

  • Own facilities management to ensure facilities are safe, well-maintained, and meet needs of students and faculty;

  • Work with Deans, Social Workers, and School Support Team to drive Truancy process for High School;

  • Any additional responsibilities identified by the DOO.


    Qualifications


    • Required knowledge, skills, and abilities

      • Demonstrate a relentless drive to improve the minds, characters, and lives of students both in and out of school;

      • Strong critical thinking skills;

      • Demonstrates grit and personal responsibility;

      • Demonstrates ability to think strategically and innovatively, in order to continuously improve school operations;

      • High quality communications skills with multiple audiences including teachers, students, families, vendors, and colleagues;

      • Able to have difficult conversations in a respectful manner;

      • Proactive problem-solver who is able to work successfully in a high-paced environment;

      • Commit to continual professional growth, participating actively in department meetings, faculty meetings, and other meetings;

      • Work as needed; this is a full-time, salaried position;

      • Work on a year-round administrative schedule with school holidays and two weeks of summer vacation.



    • Minimum educational level
      • Bachelors Degree required.


    • Experience required

      • 1-3 years of consulting experience preferred;

      • Project planning experience required, with demonstrated ability to see large projects through to completion;

      • Experience managing others preferred;

      • Excellent communication skills, both verbal and written;

      • Excellent computer skills, including Microsoft Office, Word, Excel and Access;

      • Strong time management skills; ability to manage multiple tasks simultaneously and meet tight deadlines;

      • Ability to maintain a calm, professional demeanor in the face of competing demands and external pressures;

      • Demonstrated flexibility and ability to juggle competing priorities;

      • Displays maturity and ability to work independently;

      • Welcoming and positive presence, sense of humor;

      • Communicates well with others and demonstrates strong interpersonal skills with students, parents, colleagues and community members;

      • Has the ability to manage multiple tasks and meet tight deadlines;

      • Relentless commitment to mission of educating urban students, enjoys working with children.



    Additional Information

    Uncommon Schools offers competitive salaries commensurate with experience and a comprehensive benefits package. Aside from extensive professional development, all our staff members are equipped with a laptop computer, email, and all necessary supplies.

    Uncommon believes in the importance of being a diverse, equitable and inclusive organization that enables our students and staff to thrive. We are committed to building a talented team that reflects the diverse backgrounds and experiences of our students. At the same time, we work to ensure an inclusive community through creating a space for important dialogue about issues of race and identity for our staff and students. As an equal opportunity employer, we hire without consideration to race, religion, creed, color, national origin, age, gender, sexual orientation, marital status, veteran status or disability.


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     DESCRIPTION


    Shutterfly's purpose is to help share life’s joy as the leading retailer and manufacturing platform for personalized products and communications. Shutterfly has over 10 million customers, we process over 26 million orders yearly, and host over 40 billion photos. Our manufacturing teams work in state-of-the-art facilities to produce these products that delight our customers, and our technicians play a critical role in keeping all our machinery up and running.

    Multiple Shifts and Job Levels are available!

    Responsibilities



    • Participate in all Shutterfly warehousing functions in a safe, professional manner consistent with all guidelines and rules. 

    • Provide uncompromised service to all Shutterfly warehousing customers in a swift, accurate, and professional manner.

    • This position requires accurate execution of practices and processes as set by Shutterfly and the Warehouse manager.

    • Assist in receipt and processing of all inbound material

    • Assist in maintaining all inventory within warehousing safely and accurately

    • Assist in ensuring that all internal customers maintain stock levels to ensure workflow is not disrupted

    • Perform inventory counts at a required accuracy rating based on current measurement techniques

    • Operate all warehouse equipment necessary to perform all required tasks

    • Perform daily Pre-Operational checks on all equipment utilized by warehousing personnel

    • Assist in providing necessary security within the warehouse (HIPPA)

    • Possess a valid driver’s license and be insurable

    • Maintain warehouse in a neat, clean, orderly, and hazard-free manner

    • Key Skills and Experience

    • Able to lift up to 50 lbs., mobility to crouch, reach, bend and do repetitive actions with hands and arms

    • Basic Excel competence including the number and cell formatting, and use of common formulas such as SUM or AVG


    Benefits:



    • Competitive hourly pay and overtime during peak production

    • Health, dental, and vision insurance

    • Paid Time Off

    • Up to $2,500 in free Shutterfly merchandise and huge discounts

    • Casual and relaxed attire

    • On-site amenities and modern work environment



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    Position Summary:

    Performs research and data analysis to support enrollment forecasting, attendance boundary planning, capital program and the budgeting process; Administers and supports the geographic information system (GIS) and other department data



    Duties and Responsibilities:

     


    • Maintains GIS data for the purpose of supporting operational planning and works with other departments and local governmental jurisdictions to ensure accurate and complete data

    • Processes data from the student information system for utilization in planning analyses

    • Works with local planning agencies and other external organizations to ensure ongoing communication regarding various aspects of residential development

    • Assists in the development and analysis of short-term and long-term student enrollment forecasts

    • Prepares, assists and coordinates processes and information related to school attendance boundary planning including community meetings, Board meetings and other presentations

    • Conducts data collection, organization, compilation, analysis and interpretation of the results

    • Develops and maintains content and data on the department website

    • Administers and maintains GIS software and hardware including ArcGIS Server and ArcGIS Desktop and extensions

    • Develops online mapping applications for internal and external audiences

    • Creates and maintains various department databases

    • Maintains knowledge of current software used to enhance the planning, student placement and school attendance functions.

    • Performs such other tasks and assumes such other responsibilities as may from time to time be assigned.

    • Performs other duties as assigned by the appropriate administrator


    Minimum Qualifications:


    • Extensive experience in the use of ArcGIS and related products

    • Demonstrates strong attention to detail and accuracy of information, including the ability to organize large amounts of data and track multiple projects simultaneously, setting priorities for analysis and use in consultation with numerous stakeholders

    • Experience working with data of varying quality and from varied sources

    • Experience with large, complex data sets, including data cleaning, compilation, validation and merging

    • Extensive knowledge of Microsoft Office products including Excel and Access

    • Ability to communicate and collaborate effectively with school system personnel and the general public, and work with diverse groups of people

    • Excellent presentation, leadership and organizational skills

    • Excellent communication skills both written and verbal


    Education:

     


    • Bachelor's degree in urban planning, business, economics, sociology, computer science, geography or related area

    • Master's Degree preferred


    Experience:

     


    • Minimum 2 years of experience working with GIS, relational databases, statistics and forecasting methods, demographics and planning required

    • Experience in K-12 education settings helpful, but not essential


    Certification:

     

    • None required


    Complete Application:

     


    • Online Application (include eReferences)

    • Resume

     


    It is the policy of the Fulton County School System not to discriminate on the basis of race, color, sex, religion, national origin, age, or disability in any employment practice, educational program, or any other program, activity, or service. If you wish to make a complaint or request accommodation or modification due to discrimination in any program, activity, or service, contact Compliance Coordinator Ron Wade, 6201 Powers Ferry Rd, NW, Atlanta, Georgia 30339, or phone 470-254-4585.TTY 1-800-255-0135.

     


     


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    The Director of Operations of Spring Garden Academy manages the office and support operations through a commitment to providing sound administrative and fiscal management and advocacy on behalf of youth, families, and the communities of our partner churches, as a ministry of Next Generation Ministries.


    Responsibilities:


    CENTER MANAGEMENT

    · Supervise office staff of varying educational backgrounds

    · Support the achievement of short- and long-term center goals

    · Utilize evaluations systems data to make strong decisions

    · Ensure that center operates in accordance with regulations as specified by the PA Department of Human Services and the Philadelphia Health Department

    · Ensure that center operates in accordance with quality standards articulated in the Keystone Stars Standards and NAEYC Accreditation Standards

    · Adhere to NAEYC Code of Ethics


    STAFF MANAGEMENT

    · Organize and supervise the work of all office staff including administrative and bookkeeping personnel

    · Organize and supervise volunteer workers

    · Assist with orientation of new staff

    · Provide relevant job performance feedback to office staff on a routine basis

    · Contribute to biweekly management meetings to discuss strategy and implementation of programs and policies

    · Conduct regular office staff meetings

    · Manage employee benefits

    · Manage staff records

    · Manage volunteer and intern records


    CONTINUING EDUCATION AND TRAINING

    · Meet annual professional development goals required by center’s current Keystone Star level

    · Assess own professional development needs and goals; seek and plan training opportunities accordingly


    PROGRAM MANAGEMENT

    · Manage the relationship between SGA and ELRC

    · Manage the compliance relationship between SGA and our PHLpreK partners

    · Manage new student registration and enrollment process for all programs

    · Manage student program files

    · Manage the collection of all required observations and assessments for preschool and elementary programs

    · Manage funding and contract requirements for Food Program

    · Provide periodic reports, as required, to fulfill government and non-government contracts

    · Oversee program data input

    · Oversee the Early Learning Network (ELN)/Teaching Strategies Gold


    FISCAL MANAGEMENT

    · Manage collections process

    · Count Tuition Payments

    · Prepare payroll information for Director

    · Manage center resources, including the request, ordering, and organization of supplies, equipment, and technical services

    · Work with Director to develop the annual budget

    · Ensure financial statements are prepared on a regular basis

    · Oversee the process of tracking and reporting grant expenditures


    CHILDREN AND FAMILIES

    · Provide information and assistance to families in a timely and helpful manner

    · Assist with tours and intake meetings with new families

    · Assist with new parent orientation

    · Help process children’s referral recommendations to appropriate agencies and/or professionals (health and/or development)

    · Support child observation/assessment process with lead teachers

    · Assist in the leadership of parent and family programs


    MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

    · Bachelors degree in business administration, management, ECE, Elementary Education, or related field

    · Minimum of 3 years experience in program management, human resources, administration, or related field

    · Proven ability to work with staff of varying backgrounds

    · Proven ability to multi-task

    · Ability to work independently and in a team setting

    · Ability to communicate effectively and professionally with diverse stakeholders, both internal and external

    · Proven ability to oversee a project from beginning to end

    · Sensitivity to individual needs of children, families, and co-workers


    PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS

    · Good judgment and stability in a fast-paced work environment

    · Experience working with youth or children

    · Proficient in Microsoft Office


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    Job Description


    AquaTech Swim is seeking natural born leaders and seasoned managers to oversee and maintain operations of our learn to swim programs. We are looking for managers that can carry out and attain the mission and goals of AquaTech; an employee-oriented culture that emphasizes quality, continuous improvement, staff retention and high performance.


    Management Duties:



    • Plan, direct and oversee operational shifts - staff and facility

    • Provide oversight and direction to the staff in accordance with AquaTech's policies and procedures

    • Maintain transparent communication; Appropriately communicate company information through management meetings, one-on-one meetings, and appropriate email and company blessed channels of communication.

    • Maintain the health and safety of staff and customers

    • Develop a superior staff; coach, mentor and oversee on-boarding

    • Foster a spirit of teamwork and unity among staff

    • Lead staff to meet AquaTech's expectations of productivity, quality and goal accomplishment

    • Follow operational checklists


    AquaTech Benefits:



    • Consistent, regular weekly work schedule

    • Open 7 days a week, many shift options to choose from

    • Full and ongoing training provided

    • Ability to grow and learn within the company

    • Meaningful and rewarding work, saving and positively impacting hundreds of lives

    • Bonus structures, direct deposit, paid sick leave, health benefits, 401K plans, discounted services in AquaTech, etc.


    Personal Qualifications & Qualities:



    • Proven, successful management experience (3+ years)

    • Aquatic experience (swimming, water polo, sailing, surfing, etc OR willingness to learn)

    • Flexible, can-do attitude; Whatever it takes to get the job done

    • Commitment to employment and professionalism

    • Enthusiasm for children, physical fitness and safety

    • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills; ability to relate well to diverse groups; excellent listening skills

    • Respect for policies, procedures and process


    Shift Schedule Options:



    • Monday through Fridays: 12:00 PM -9:00 PM

    • Saturday through Sunday**: 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM


    **Must be available to work 1 weekend day consistently


    Compensation:


    Depending on experience, AquaTech has a starting pay rate which has the opportunity to increase after 90-days if specific goals are met. Generally starting rates for this position vary between $19-$22 per hour DOE.


    Application Requirements:


    • Apply directly at: aquatechswimjobs.com

    Company Description

    Apply directly at: aquatechswimjobs.com


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    The Director of Operations of Spring Garden Academy manages the office and support operations through a commitment to providing sound administrative and fiscal management and advocacy on behalf of youth, families, and the communities of our partner churches, as a ministry of Next Generation Ministries. Responsibilities: CENTER MANAGEMENT · Supervise office staff of varying educational backgrounds · Support the achievement of short and long-term center goals · Utilize evaluations systems data to make strong decisions · Ensure that center operates in accordance with regulations as specified by the PA Department of Human Services and the Philadelphia Health Department · Ensure that center operates in accordance with quality standards articulated in the Keystone Stars Standards and NAEYC Accreditation Standards · Adhere to NAEYC Code of Ethics STAFF MANAGEMENT · Organize and supervise the work of all office staff including administrative and bookkeeping personnel · Organize and supervise volunteer workers · Assist with orientation of new staff · Provide relevant job performance feedback to office staff on a routine basis · Contribute to biweekly management meetings to discuss strategy and implementation of programs and policies · Conduct regular office staff meetings · Manage employee benefits · Manage staff records · Manage volunteer and intern records CONTINUING EDUCATION AND TRAINING · Meet annual professional development goals required by center’s current Keystone Star level · Assess own professional development needs and goals; seek and plan training opportunities accordingly PROGRAM MANAGEMENT · Manage the relationship between SGA and ELRC · Manage the compliance relationship between SGA and our PHLpreK partners · Manage new student registration and enrollment process for all programs · Manage student program files · Manage the collection of all required observations and assessments for preschool and elementary programs · Manage funding and contract requirements for Food Program · Provide periodic reports, as required, to fulfill government and non-government contracts · Oversee program data input · Oversee the Early Learning Network (ELN)/Teaching Strategies Gold FISCAL MANAGEMENT · Manage collections process · Count Tuition Payments · Prepare payroll information for Director · Manage center resources, including the request, ordering, and organization of supplies, equipment, and technical services · Work with Director to develop the annual budget · Ensure financial statements are prepared on a regular basis · Oversee the process of tracking and reporting grant expenditures CHILDREN AND FAMILIES · Provide information and assistance to families in a timely and helpful manner · Assist with tours and intake meetings with new families · Assist with new parent orientation · Help process children’s referral recommendations to appropriate agencies and/or professionals (health and/or development) · Support child observation/assessment process with lead teachers · Assist in the leadership of parent and family programs MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS · Bachelors degree in business administration, management, ECE, Elementary Education, or related field · Minimum of 3 years experience in program management, human resources, administration, or related field · Proven ability to work with staff of varying backgrounds · Proven ability to multi-task · Ability to work independently and in a team setting · Ability to communicate effectively and professionally with diverse stakeholders, both internal and external · Proven ability to oversee a project from beginning to end · Sensitivity to individual needs of children, families, and co-workers PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS · Good judgment and stability in a fast-paced work environment · Experience working with youth or children · Proficient in Microsoft Office


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    Job Description


    Job Summary


    Candidates must have Nonprofit experience.


    Reporting to the Executive Director, this position is responsible for overseeing and ensuring the effective operational, financial and regional activities of the 501 (c) (3) nonprofit School on Wheels, Inc. (SOW). This includes managing three regional teams covering 11 regions, planning, budgeting, overseeing financial management, bookkeeping, payroll, human resources, and all general office administration, a total of approximately 20 team members.


    Major Responsibilities


    As a member of the Leadership Team, provide input to the Executive Director in the development of SOW’s strategic plans, policies and budgets.


    Regional Management



    • Work with the Executive Director to manage all regional teams geographically assigned in six counties in Southern California.


    • Establish annual goals and objectives based on the strategic plan: set the tone and motivation to achieve those goals, evaluate results and performance and hold teams accountable for those achievements.


    • Manage the Regional Director and two Regional Team Leaders overseeing all SOW regional, volunteer and student coordinators.


    • Work with the Regional Director, who oversees the SRLC Instructor, Specialist and Assistant, to ensure the Skid Row Learning Center (SRLC) remains a vibrant learning environment and facility suitable for foundation and funder site visits.



    Financial Management



    • Manage budgeting and financial reporting.


    • Assist in compiling the organization functional budget, employ strategies to safeguard assets, and ensure appropriate cash flow.


    • Analyze and oversee monthly financial reports (P Balance Sheet; Operating Expenses; Revenue/Donor)


    • Monitor progress and develop monthly budget variance reports.


    • Maintain accurate records of School on Wheels' operating expenses and income and review monthly budget variance reports.


    • Oversee bookkeeper’s role in managing payroll, accounts payables and receivables.


    • Work with accountant/auditor to generate year-end financial statement and tax returns.


    • Develop organization and project budgets for foundations, as needed.


    • Manage checking, credit card and bank accounts.



    Business Planning



    • Translate strategic and tactical business plans into operational plans.


    • Develop and maintain operational procedures and internal controls and policies.


    • Oversee all general operations/administration activities to ensure efficiency and economy, including facilities and equipment maintenance, purchasing, material donations and mailings.


    • Ensure the maintenance of infrastructure, e.g., telecommunications, technology, office systems.



    Payroll & Bookkeeping



    • Manages bi-weekly payroll working with bookkeeper and payroll service provider.


    • Supervises review of invoices, payment authorization and timely payment.


    • Coordinates QuickBooks and SalesForce donor databases.


    • Supervises appropriate documentation of staff expense reports, payment authorization and reimbursement.



    Human Resource Management



    • Establish credibility throughout the organization to be an effective listener and problem solver of people issues.


    • Ensure compliance with legal and staff needs and update Employee Handbook, policies and procedures, as necessary.


    • Maintain personnel files, including new hire documentation, insurance coverage, performance management documentation and records.


    • Manage annual open enrollment period by conducting cost/benefit analyses, working with broker, providing information to staff and maintaining database of employee benefits.



     


    Qualifications



    • Approximately seven years of increasing responsibility in business, financial and management experience.


    • Strong belief in the mission and culture of School on Wheels. Experience in working for a mission-driven nonprofit organization and exemplifying SOW’s values, integrity and ethics.


    • Significant background in financial planning, analysis and budgeting, superb business acumen and a sound understanding of business strategies.


    • Substantial operational experience in evaluating, developing and implementing organizational policies, systems and structures.


    • Successful track record in staff development, coaching and mentoring.


    • Accustomed to prioritizing, executing, and achieving results in lean environments; always ready to engage and lend a hand where needed.


    • Strong program or project management experience.


    • Ability to inspire teams and work effectively with people of all levels in the organization.



    To join this dedicated team, submit your cover letter and resume detailing your history in the nonprofit field for consideration to humanresources@schoolonwheels.org


    At School on Wheels, we believe that having a team of diverse backgrounds and voices working together will enable us to fulfill our mission of improving students lives through education. School on Wheels, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer encouraging inclusion and diversity in the workplace.


     


    Company Description

    The mission of School on Wheels is to enhance educational opportunities for homeless children from kindergarten through twelfth grade. Our goal is to shrink the gaps in their education and provide them with the highest level of education possible. Our program serves as a consistent support system to homeless students at a time of great stress and fear. We bring the message to our students that they are cared about and important.


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    Phoenix Country Day School seeks a Director of Finance & Operations (DFO) to start in July 2020 or sooner. This is a tremendous opportunity to be an integral part of a strong and positive leadership team in a thriving, vibrant independent school. Reporting to the Head of School and working closely with the Board of Trustees, the DFO is responsible for oversight of the school’s finances and campus operations. The successful candidate will have a very strong financial analysis background, highly attuned management skills and the personal skills to work positively with a wide range of individuals. With a yearly operating budget of approximately $20M, the school awards $3M in financial assistance each year, and its endowment fund totals $26M.


    The Position

    In partnership with the Head of School and other members of the school’s leadership team, the DFO plays a key role in the development and execution of strategy to ensure the finance and operations of the school supports its mission and vision. Essential responsibilities include:


    • Long range financial planning

    • Preparing monthly financial statements and the annual operating budget

    • Management and support of the business office staff and the Directors of Employee Resources, Facilities, Food Services and Security

    • Ensuring that the school’s leadership is kept updated regarding the school’s financial position, including identification of emerging issues

    • Working, as needed, with the school’s legal counsel to ensure that the school is in compliance in all of its actions and decision

    • Developing and managing efficient financial systems, reporting, and procedures, in cooperation with others, throughout the school

    • Proactively exploring efficiencies to improve the school’s financial position

    • Communicating effectively and positively with all school constituents


    Skills, Qualifications & Attributes

    The successful candidate will be a detail-oriented, strategic financial professional with strong interpersonal skills, enthusiastically embracing the school’s mission and culture and building a climate of trust and responsiveness. The DFO will successfully partner with the school’s leadership in providing day-to-day and long-term financial management, offering strategic financial visioning to continue to move the school forward. The successful candidate will have:


    • Demonstrated successful experience in strategic financial management and a strong working understanding of accounting principles

    • The abilities to think analytically and creatively and to serve as a strategic and thought-partner to the Head of School and other school leaders

    • Integrity, credibility, enthusiasm, passion, a sense of humor and a strong work ethic

    • Excellent communications and interpersonal skills and the interest and ability to work with others in a team setting

    • The ability to effectively lead and inspire others, positively managing relationships and interpersonal dynamics, and fostering a positive work environment

    • An aptitude for and comfort with technology

    • A MBA and non-profit, ideally independent school, experience are pluses


    For Consideration

    Please send a resume and letter of interest to: EmployeeResources@pcds.org


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    Job Description


     


    REGIONAL IT OPERATIONS MANAGER - SOUTH FLORIDA



    • Provide customer support through onsite presence and remote access for 30+ schools

    • Coordinate with 3rd party services and vendors as necessary

    • Coordinate the purchase and deployment of equipment

    • Assist in developing and managing IT related budgets for schools

    • Escalate support for IT, educational, and testing platforms.

    • Coordinating & managing support for essential school systems, such as; content filtering, surveillance, Microsoft Azure/Intune, network infrastructure, O365

    • Assist in coordination of IT projects, including hardware, software, services implementations


    Regular verbal and written reporting & updates to IT & State leadership


    JOB PURPOSE:
    The Regional IT Operations Manager’s focus is to support Service Desk operations by providing oversight and direction, customer relations, tactical and strategic planning, and research for customers within the designated region. The Regional IT Operations Manager reports to the Manager, Service Desk and has functional authority over local Technicians to accomplish tasks.


    ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES



    • Oversee incident management process for up to 20 sites, 1,000 staff, and 20,000 students.

    • Ensure successful deployment of change management procedures within the region.

    • Serve as an escalation point for issues of high importance and/or urgency.

    • Provide oversight and direction to meet performance standards outlined in SLA.

    • Deliver routine reporting on service desk operations, compliance, achievements, customer needs, and potential solutions.

    • Provide management with critical decision-making information by analyzing data, forecasting, and development of systems or processes to monitor data and trends.

    • Assist school leadership in identifying and onboarding of Technicians.

    • Identify potential professional development opportunities for Technicians and customers.

    • Act as a technology liaison for schools, clients and vendors.

    • Participate, successfully, in the training programs offered to increase the individual’s skill and proficiency related to the assignments.

    • Review current developments, literature and technical sources of information related to job responsibility.

    • Ensure adherence to good safety procedures.

    • Follow federal and state laws, as well as company policies.


    **MAY PERFORM OTHER DUTIES AS ASSIGNED**


    DISCLAIMER
    The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by people assigned to this job. They are not intended to be an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties and skills required of personnel so classified.


    SKILLS AND KNOWLEDGE



    • Demonstrates enthusiasm and commitment toward the job and the mission of the company; supports company’s goals and strategic priorities.

    • Works and interacts with staff and relates to individuals at all levels of the organization; relates to individuals at all levels. As unique situations present themselves, the incumbent must be sensitive to corporate needs, employee goodwill, and the public image.

    • Demonstrates ability to lead people and get results through others.

    • Ability to organize and manage multiple priorities.

    • Ability to consistently be at work, to arrive on time, to follow instructions, to respond to management direction and solicit feedback to improve performance.

    • Strong customer orientation.

    • Establishes excellent interpersonal skills between all constituents: being courteous, professional, and helpful; demonstrates high level of interpersonal skills to handle sensitive and confidential situations. Position continually requires demonstrated poise, tact and diplomacy.

    • Demonstrates excellent oral (including presentations), written, interpersonal (active listening), skills and ability in negotiating and influencing; great phone etiquette. High performance teams and a strong team player.

    • Strong track record for analyzing complex problems/issues, identifying patterns and recommending creative solutions.

    • Looks for ways to improve and promote quality and demonstrates accuracy and thoroughness. Strives to research, evaluate and implement best practices.

    • Proactive and takes initiative. Thinks creatively. Drives projects to completion. Insists on highest level of quality.


    WORK ENVIRONMENT
    The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.


    • Student-based school working conditions.

    PHYSICAL DEMANDS



    • Be able to lift, pull and push materials and equipment to complete assigned job tasks.

    • Required to sit for long periods of time.

    • Travel across CSUSA network.

    • Light work: Exerting up to 30 pounds of force occasionally, and/or up to 15 pounds of force as frequently as needed to move objects.


    TERMS OF EMPLOYMENT



    • Salary and benefits shall be paid consistent with CSUSA salary and benefit policy. Length of the work year and hours of employment shall be those established by Charter Schools USA.

    • This document does not create an employment contract, implied or otherwise, other than an “at will” relationship.


    FLSA OVERTIME CATEGORY
    Job is exempt from the overtime provisions of the Fair Labor Standards Act.


    EVALUATION
    Performance will be evaluated in accordance with Charter Schools USA’s policy.


    DECLARATION
    Human Resources retains the sole right and discretion to make changes to this job description. Any employee making changes unauthorized by the CEO or the VP of Human Resources will be subject to disciplinary action up to and including termination.


    JOB REQUIREMENTS:



    • Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited institution or eight (5) years’ experience in the technology field, relevant capacity.

    • Familiarity with commonly-used applications and procedures used in responsible sites.

    • Proficient in Microsoft Office.

    • Supervisory experience; experience with functional authority and remote staff preferred.

    • Must be able to transport self to various facility sites as required. If using own motor vehicle, must possess a valid driver’s license and proof of insurance that meets the minimum standards of the State.

    • Commitment to company values.

    • Such alternatives to the above requirements as CSUSA may find appropriate and acceptable.


    Company Description

    Charter Schools USA is one of the oldest, largest and fastest-growing education management companies in the United States. Recently, AdvancEd awarded CSUSA the first Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS) district accreditation for an education management company. We successfully manage high performing private and municipal schools for pre-Kindergarten through grade 12. We assist corporations, government entities, developers and nonprofit agencies with all phases of school design, planning, development, financing, construction, operations and curricula. We’ve also been instrumental in pushing forward legislative processes that have furthered education reform to help all students gain a high quality education.

    While we are proud of our awards, we believe our greatest accomplishments are gaining a 95% plus satisfaction rate from parents and achieving a district “A” academic average for the last 6 years from the Department of Education. At Charter Schools USA, we always put students first in every decision we make. That philosophy, along with a certified and dedicated staff has placed Charter Schools USA as a leader in education management nationally.


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    JOB TITLE: Director of Development Operations


    ABOUT KIPP TEXAS PUBLIC SCHOOLS


    For more than 15 years, KIPP Austin, KIPP Dallas-Fort Worth, KIPP Houston, and KIPP San Antonio have put thousands of KIPPsters on the path to and through college. Last year, we collectively educated over 25,000 students in more than 50 schools, covering a geographic area of over 400 miles. Our regions have a long history of informal collaboration with teachers and staff members sharing ideas, curricula, professional development, facilities, finances, end-of-year field trips, and more. As of the 2018-2019 school year, all KIPP schools in Texas join forces as KIPP Texas Public Schools, a state-wide network of schools dedicated to supporting students to and through college!


    The Opportunity


    The Director of Development Operations will be responsible for developing, implementing, and maintaining systems that ensure the successful and effective implementation of the department’s annual development plan. The successful candidate will be curious, driven, organized and a firm believer in the importance of quality data and systems management.  The successful candidate will lead the Development Department in the understanding and use of current and emerging technology to enhance and improve fundraising efforts, and explores innovative and alternative technical solutions to automate fundraising and administrative tasks. The successful candidate will conceptualize and lead prospect identification initiatives such as peer screenings and data mining.


    Key Responsibilities



    • Oversee all reporting systems and processes for the Development team

    • Creates key performance indicators and other markers to monitor and analyze fundraising results on an ongoing basis.

    • Prospect research and analytical report generation along with implementation of the prospect/donor management process including identification, tracking and other processes.

    • Researching specific individuals, corporations and foundations; preparing reports tailored to the needs of the fundraisers, and preparing in-depth reports on high-level donors and prospects and maintaining comprehensive files on prospects.

    • Prepares performance reports to be shared with Board members and other key stakeholders.

    • Creates reports on prospect information and collected research, integrating information from a variety of sources into a format designed for efficient review. Reports may include full bios, short summaries and other formats as requested.

    • Work with  Directors of Development to develop systems to track donor ratings, capacity, and background information

    • Manages elements of the prospect identification, qualification, moves management and reporting processes, ensuring a robust pipeline of potential donors to support the general operating, programmatic and capital needs of the organization.

    • Creates acknowledgement letters and other correspondence as needed.

    • Manages workflow, determining priorities, and providing project management to supporting staff.


    Skills and Qualifications

    Prior experience in prospect research and fundraising operations, preferably in education or nonprofit organizations. Excellent analytical and communication skills and the ability to work with individuals at all levels of the organization, with a strong customer service orientation, preferred. Maturity of judgment, high level of accuracy and close attention to detail, when managing various data driven projects, preferred. 


    1. Bachelor’s Degree

    2. Experience with online fundraising platform

    3. Experience creating systems to share information between databases

    4. Minimum of 5 years experience working in a similar setting.


    Compensation and Benefits

    Salary is based on years of experience, degree of education, and level of expertise. A competitive benefits package is also offered.


    ABOUT KIPP

    KIPP is a non-profit network of 242 college-preparatory, public charter schools educating elementary, middle, and high school students. We believe that all students will learn and achieve at high levels if given the opportunity. Our mission is to help students develop the knowledge, skills, and character strengths they need to seize those opportunities. Great education transforms lives.


    KIPP provides equal employment opportunity for all applicants and employees.

    As an equal opportunity employer, we hire without consideration to race, religion, creed, color, national origin, age, gender, sexual orientation, marital status, veteran status or disability.


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    For more than 50 years, Westminster School has educated children by engaging them actively in experiences that challenge them to solve problems as cooperative, responsible, self-reliant learners. This child-centered focus leads to confident and connected children who think well, work hard, and work well with others. Westminster is driven by its culture. It is a culture based on conscientiousness, collaboration and reflection -- a unique, inclusive culture that encourages individuality while celebrating the successes of the group as a whole.


    Principal Duties



    • Responsible for carrying out the overall mission, goals, and philosophy of Westminster School.

    • Serves as a member of the administrative team and reports directly to the Head of School.

    • Responsible for facilities, risk management, H.R/Benefits, and technology.

    • Responsible for ensuring security, safety, and beauty of the school campus.

    • Responsible for overall institutional compliance with rules and regulations.

    • Responsible for overseeing and carrying out H.R./Benefits functions.

    • Works with the director of finance to prepare, allocate, and oversee the technology budget.

    • Supervises the technology coordinator, the facilities coordinator, and the school nurses.

    • Serves as the administrative liaison for both the H.R./Benefits Committee and the Property Committee of the board.

    • Fosters professional standards and development by participating in local, regional, and national associations that offer professional support.

    • Represents Westminster School in the Oklahoma City community.


    Position Requirements



    • Bachelor’s degree required. Advanced degree (MBA, CPA, JD) preferred.

    • Strong accounting skills and attention to detail required.

    • H.R./Benefits experience preferred.

    • Applicants should have strong communication, leadership, organization, and collaboration skills.


    Westminster School is an Equal Opportunity Employer. It is the policy of the school, from recruitment through employment and promotion to provide equal opportunity at all times without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national and ethnic origin, age or disability that does not interfere with one’s ability to perform an essential function of the job, with or without accommodation


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    Position Summary:Performs research and data analysis to support enrollment forecasting, attendance boundary planning, capital program and the budgeting process; Administers and supports the geographic information system (GIS) and other department dataDuties and Responsibilities: Maintains GIS data for the purpose of supporting operational planning and works with other departments and local governmental jurisdictions to ensure accurate and complete dataProcesses data from the student information system for utilization in planning analysesWorks with local planning agencies and other external organizations to ensure ongoing communication regarding various aspects of residential developmentAssists in the development and analysis of short-term and long-term student enrollment forecastsPrepares, assists and coordinates processes and information related to school attendance boundary planning including community meetings, Board meetings and other presentationsConducts data collection, organization, compilation, analysis and interpretation of the resultsDevelops and maintains content and data on the department websiteAdministers and maintains GIS software and hardware including ArcGIS Server and ArcGIS Desktop and extensionsDevelops online mapping applications for internal and external audiencesCreates and maintains various department databasesMaintains knowledge of current software used to enhance the planning, student placement and school attendance functions.Performs such other tasks and assumes such other responsibilities as may from time to time be assigned.Performs other duties as assigned by the appropriate administratorMinimum Qualifications:Extensive experience in the use of ArcGIS and related productsDemonstrates strong attention to detail and accuracy of information, including the ability to organize large amounts of data and track multiple projects simultaneously, setting priorities for analysis and use in consultation with numerous stakeholdersExperience working with data of varying quality and from varied sourcesExperience with large, complex data sets, including data cleaning, compilation, validation and mergingExtensive knowledge of Microsoft Office products including Excel and AccessAbility to communicate and collaborate effectively with school system personnel and the general public, and work with diverse groups of peopleExcellent presentation, leadership and organizational skillsExcellent communication skills both written and verbalEducation: Bachelor's degree in urban planning, business, economics, sociology, computer science, geography or related areaMaster's Degree preferredExperience: Minimum 2 years of experience working with GIS, relational databases, statistics and forecasting methods, demographics and planning requiredExperience in K-12 education settings helpful, but not essentialCertification: None requiredComplete Application: Online Application (include eReferences)Resume It is the policy of the Fulton County School System not to discriminate on the basis of race, color, sex, religion, national origin, age, or disability in any employment practice, educational program, or any other program, activity, or service. If you wish to make a complaint or request accommodation or modification due to discrimination in any program, activity, or service, contact Compliance Coordinator Ron Wade, 6201 Powers Ferry Rd, NW, Atlanta, Georgia 30339, or phone 470-254-4585.TTY 1-800-255-0135.


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    For more than 50 years, Westminster School has educated children by engaging them actively in experiences that challenge them to solve problems as cooperative, responsible, self-reliant learners. This child-centered focus leads to confident and connected children who think well, work hard, and work well with others. Westminster is driven by its culture. It is a culture based on conscientiousness, collaboration and reflection a unique, inclusive culture that encourages individuality while celebrating the successes of the group as a whole.Principal DutiesResponsible for carrying out the overall mission, goals, and philosophy of Westminster School.Serves as a member of the administrative team and reports directly to the Head of School.Responsible for facilities, risk management, H.R/Benefits, and technology.Responsible for ensuring security, safety, and beauty of the school campus.Responsible for overall institutional compliance with rules and regulations.Responsible for overseeing and carrying out functions.Works with the director of finance to prepare, allocate, and oversee the technology budget.Supervises the technology coordinator, the facilities coordinator, and the school nurses.Serves as the administrative liaison for both the Committee and the Property Committee of the board.Fosters professional standards and development by participating in local, regional, and national associations that offer professional support.Represents Westminster School in the Oklahoma City community.Position RequirementsBachelor’s degree required. Advanced degree (MBA, CPA, JD) preferred.Strong accounting skills and attention to detail required. experience preferred.Applicants should have strong communication, leadership, organization, and collaboration skills.Westminster School is an Equal Opportunity Employer. It is the policy of the school, from recruitment through employment and promotion to provide equal opportunity at all times without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national and ethnic origin, age or disability that does not interfere with one’s ability to perform an essential function of the job, with or without accommodation


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    Job Description


    DESCRIPTION


    At Shutterfly, Inc., our purpose is to help share life’s joy as the leading retailer and manufacturing platform for personalized products and communications. Founded in 1999, Shutterfly, Inc. has three divisions: Shutterfly Consumer, Lifetouch, and Shutterfly Business Solutions. Shutterfly Consumer and Lifetouch help consumers capture, preserve, and share life’s important moments through professional and personal photography, and personalized products.

    Responsibilities:



    • Operate and maintain equipment including but not limited to digital presses and/or bindery equipment (HP Indigo, Xerox iGen, Laser Max, UV Coaters, etc.)

    • Perform routine and preventive maintenance including troubleshooting problems to maintain quality standards and to keep equipment in running condition - request maintenance as required.

    • Ensure labor is used efficiently

    • Ability to keep good records

    • Ensure product meets the quality standards

    • Maintain safety and OSHA standards

    • Responsible for cleanliness of area and maintaining 5S standards

    • Drive continuous improvement

    • Any other project as assigned by supervision or management


    Skills and Attributes Needed:



    • Able to operate and maintain Press and or Bindery equipment.

    • Must have a hard work ethic, ability to learn quickly, and common sense.

    • Able to work independently on projects and collaborate as a strong member

    • Communicate effectively with supervision, tech support, and other associates

    • Excellent attention to detail, flexible and adaptable to change

    • Able to operate under pressure and meet deadlines

    • Ability to multitask and set priorities

    • Computer knowledge including Microsoft Office programs and email preferred

    • Strong interpersonal/communication and analytical skills

    • Ability to safely lift 50 pounds


    Shifts: 

    1st - Mon-Thurs. 4 am - 4 pm 
    2nd - Mon-Thurs. 4 pm - 4 am 
    3rd - Thurs-Sun. 4 am - 4 pm 
    4th - Thurs-Sun. 4 pm - 4 am 

    Hours may vary during peak seasons, flexibility to work various shifts &/or weekends as needed is required
    Education:



    • High school or vocational/technical school diploma or certificate.

    • Additional courses in print production, operations, or similar functional areas preferred

    • Courses in chemistry, electronics, and color theory are desired.


    Experience: 



    • Background and experience in conventional offset operation, preferably in color printing.

    • An understanding of pre-press functions.

    • Experience in operating mechanical/electromechanical equipment.

    • Experience in basic computer operations


    Benefits:



    • Competitive hourly pay and overtime during peak production

    • Health, dental, and vision insurance

    • Paid Time Off

    • Up to $2,500 in free Shutterfly merchandise and huge discounts

    • Casual and relaxed attire

    • On-site amenities and modern work environment



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    Job Description


    The Learning Project is an intentionally small K-6 school committed to financial accessibility, diversity, highly competitive faculty salaries, academic excellence and character development.  A hallmark of The LP is its warm and close-knit community where each student, teacher, staff member and parent is known to one another.  The School has a $3.3 M budget and an endowment of $6.5M.   While there is no plan to grow enrollment, the school is seeking additional space for its current programs and may be embarking on a significant renovation program.


    The Director of Finance and Operations is the Chief Financial Officer of the school and manages or oversees all aspects of finance, human resources, facilities and technology. The Director of Finance and Operations reports to the Head of School, is a member of a creative and collaborative Senior Administrative Team, and supports the Finance Audit and Investment, Personnel, Financial Assistance and Planning Committees. The Director of Finance and Operations will be committed to the Mission of the school and be guided by its principles in all aspects of his or her work.


    Areas of Responsibility



    • Manage all Business Office operations including budgeting and accounting, financial analysis, payroll, human resources, risk management, and benefits administration.

    • Ensure compliance with all applicable accounting procedures and standards and overseeing the annual audit process

    • Ensure that the school is in compliance with all laws and regulations that govern its programs and operations.

    • Manage all aspects of plant management and any building renovations

    • Assure the provision of all technology hardware, software and services for the school including internet services and an internal network


    Preferred Qualifications



    • A bachelor’s degree in accounting or finance

    • Experience in finance/accounting preferably in an independent school

    • Proven success in a senior administrative role

    • Excellent oral and written communication skills

    • Keen analytical skills and a detail-oriented work style

    • Ability and willingness to engage in high level strategic thinking and problem solving while also managing the hands-on aspects of the job. 


    The Learning Project is a community that celebrates the racial, ethnic, cultural and gender diversity of its students, families, staff and friends.


    Application instructions and additional information can be found on the website: http://learningproject.org/careers/current-openings/


     


    The Learning Project is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of age, race, color, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, marital status, religion, creed, national or ethnic origin.


     


     



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    JOB TITLE: Director of Development OperationsABOUT KIPP TEXAS PUBLIC SCHOOLSFor more than 15 years, KIPP Austin, KIPP Dallas-Fort Worth, KIPP Houston, and KIPP San Antonio have put thousands of KIPPsters on the path to and through college. Last year, we collectively educated over 25,000 students in more than 50 schools, covering a geographic area of over 400 miles. Our regions have a long history of informal collaboration with teachers and staff members sharing ideas, curricula, professional development, facilities, finances, end-of-year field trips, and more. As of the 2018-2019 school year, all KIPP schools in Texas join forces as KIPP Texas Public Schools, a state-wide network of schools dedicated to supporting students to and through college!The OpportunityThe Director of Development Operations will be responsible for developing, implementing, and maintaining systems that ensure the successful and effective implementation of the department’s annual development plan. The successful candidate will be curious, driven, organized and a firm believer in the importance of quality data and systems management. The successful candidate will lead the Development Department in the understanding and use of current and emerging technology to enhance and improve fundraising efforts, and explores innovative and alternative technical solutions to automate fundraising and administrative tasks. The successful candidate will conceptualize and lead prospect identification initiatives such as peer screenings and data mining.Key ResponsibilitiesOversee all reporting systems and processes for the Development teamCreates key performance indicators and other markers to monitor and analyze fundraising results on an ongoing basis.Prospect research and analytical report generation along with implementation of the prospect/donor management process including identification, tracking and other processes.Researching specific individuals, corporations and foundations; preparing reports tailored to the needs of the fundraisers, and preparing in-depth reports on high-level donors and prospects and maintaining comprehensive files on prospects.Prepares performance reports to be shared with Board members and other key stakeholders.Creates reports on prospect information and collected research, integrating information from a variety of sources into a format designed for efficient review. Reports may include full bios, short summaries and other formats as requested.Work with Directors of Development to develop systems to track donor ratings, capacity, and background informationManages elements of the prospect identification, qualification, moves management and reporting processes, ensuring a robust pipeline of potential donors to support the general operating, programmatic and capital needs of the organization.Creates acknowledgement letters and other correspondence as needed.Manages workflow, determining priorities, and providing project management to supporting staff.Skills and QualificationsPrior experience in prospect research and fundraising operations, preferably in education or nonprofit organizations. Excellent analytical and communication skills and the ability to work with individuals at all levels of the organization, with a strong customer service orientation, preferred. Maturity of judgment, high level of accuracy and close attention to detail, when managing various data driven projects, preferred. Bachelor’s DegreeExperience with online fundraising platformExperience creating systems to share information between databasesMinimum of 5 years experience working in a similar setting.Compensation and BenefitsSalary is based on years of experience, degree of education, and level of expertise. A competitive benefits package is also offered.ABOUT KIPPKIPP is a non-profit network of 242 college-preparatory, public charter schools educating elementary, middle, and high school students. We believe that all students will learn and achieve at high levels if given the opportunity. Our mission is to help students develop the knowledge, skills, and character strengths they need to seize those opportunities. Great education transforms lives.KIPP provides equal employment opportunity for all applicants and employees.As an equal opportunity employer, we hire without consideration to race, religion, creed, color, national origin, age, gender, sexual orientation, marital status, veteran status or disability.


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