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Hawaii Technology Academy, Executive Director

Hawaii Technology Academy (HTA) is a tuition-free, WASC accredited, public charter school. Serving more than 1,200 students in school campuses with more than 100 faculty and staff across four islands (Hawaii Island, Kauai, Maui, and Oahu), HTA is Hawaii's largest statewide public charter school. With a truly diverse student population (32% of students are white, 25% are Native Hawaiian, 13% are Hispanic/Latinx and 25% are low-income), HTA is on the leading edge of blended learning at the K-12 level, providing students with a combination of face-to-face instruction, virtual instruction, and independent learning. Partnering with Learning Coaches (usually the student's parent), HTA students are guided by certified educators who support them in their academic, technological and social development. HTA’s highly qualified teachers design and deliver innovative, project-based, Common Core-aligned curriculum in face-to-face classrooms and virtual learning platforms. HTA’s blended learning model allows for a true parent-teacher partnership in the education of children.

Hawaii Technology Academy is now seeking another innovative leader with a record of success in implementing a personalized learning model, a deep belief in the value of parental involvement, and a commitment to progressive education practices as a core component to students’ K-12 school experience. The Executive Director will be responsible for: supervising finance and operations; managing the school’s senior leaders in the central office and across four Hawaiian islands and school campuses; leading relationships with the board, the Department of Education (Hawai’i DOE), the Charter Commission, political leaders and other community members; and ensuring that the school’s vision and mission are living through its work with students every day. Full Job Description

Lodestar Leadership, Principal

Lighthouse Community Public Schools (LCPS) is looking for an innovative, highly-motivated, and values-aligned school leader to serve as Lodestar’s 6-12 principal building on the innovative model established by our founding principal and team. Lodestar’s 6-12 Principal will have the unique opportunity to lead our current 6-8 program while shaping the next phase of Lodestar’s innovative instructional model by designing and launching the high school program for student-centered learning that aligns to our vision of college and career readiness for every student.

At LCPS, the Principal is the instructional leader holding primary responsibility for ensuring the high academic achievement of all students. As manager of the schools’ academic program, the 6-12 Principal develops, inspires, empowers, and supervises teachers and other staff. The Principal is also responsible for cultivating school culture, including serving as a champion and liaison for students and families. Full Job Description

Pacific Collegiate School, Head of School

Pacific Collegiate School (PCS) is a public charter school serving grades 7-12, located in the City of Santa Cruz, CA (just south of the San Francisco Bay Area on California’s Central Coast). Founded almost twenty years ago (in 1999), PCS’ mission is to provide exemplary, standards based college preparatory and fine arts education for public middle and high school students who live in Santa Cruz County and bordering areas. The school’s vision is to offer any student the highest quality of education - matching or exceeding that offered by the most academically distinguished schools in California, if not the country - with the goal of preparing its graduates to enter and thrive at the world's finest colleges and universities.

The PCS board is seeking an exceptional instructional leader who knows how to maintain the highest bar for academic excellence as well as a skilled community-focused leader with a depth of knowledge on how to sustain a culture of academic curiosity and instructional rigor for all students and adults. The ideal candidate will have a track record of success leading a high performing secondary school program with experience building diverse teams and supporting teachers and staff in their professional growth. Full Job Description

Rocky Mountain Prep, Principal-in-Residence

Rocky Mountain Prep is a growing network of innovative public charter schools serving students in pre-kindergarten through fifth grade in the greater Denver Area. Its mission is that every child realizes their full potential through a rigorous and loving elementary education. Rocky Mountain Prep staff members believe that potential is everywhere, but opportunity is not. Its educators believe all children deserve access to a great public education and that their commitment to equity and academic rigor means that they can help every student achieve.

Rocky Mountain Prep is seeking a strong instructional leader and skilled builder of culture to serve as a principal-in-residence during the ‘19-’20 school year with the plan on having them serve as a full-time principal for the network in the ‘20-’21 school year. Full Job Description

California Education Partners, Director of Finance

California Education Partners (Ed Partners) is a nonprofit organization based in San Francisco that supports leadership teams from district school systems across California in a process that allows them to learn from one another and address their common challenges in new and powerful ways, and, in doing so, to build a lasting culture of improvement.

California Education Partners is seeking a candidate with a proven background in finance and accounting who is also a strategic thinker and strong relationship builder. As it is poised to triple its impact over the next five years, Ed Partners needs someone with a growth mindset who can both oversee its daily finance and business operations and report up to the Senior Partner in charge of these efforts to ensure alignment of team activities to broader organizational goals. This is an exciting opportunity to lead the day to day business activities and financial analysis in support of collaborative opportunities for districts throughout the state. Full Job Description

Year Up, Senior Director of Operations and Strategic Planning

Year Up is an award-winning national 501(c)3 organization striving to close the Opportunity Divide by providing young adults ages 18-24 with the skills, experience, and support that will empower them to reach their potential through professional careers and higher education. Through a one-year intensive program, Year Up utilizes a high support, high expectations model that combines hands-on technical and professional skills, educational stipends, college-level coursework, and corporate internships at more than 250 top companies.

The Senior Director of Operations and Strategic Planning will report to the Executive Director. The primary work of the Senior Director of Operations and Strategic Planning is overseeing core operations functions at the Year Up site, playing a pivotal role in overseeing organizational planning and driving the execution of strategic goals, as well as seeing that tactical solutions and activities are occurring to meet the strategic goals. Also, the Senior Director of Operations and Strategic Planning (San Francisco, CA) will oversee the annual budgeting process and manage the site’s financial resources, in addition to scoping and managing other strategic projects. In addition, the Senior Director of Operations and Strategic Planning is responsible for enhancing the people systems that support Year Up’s staff. Full Job Description

Year Up, Senior Director of Program

Year Up is an award-winning national 501(c)3 organization striving to close the Opportunity Divide by providing young adults ages 18-24 with the skills, experience, and support that will empower them to reach their potential through professional careers and higher education. Through a one-year intensive program, Year Up utilizes a high support, high expectations model that combines hands-on technical and professional skills, educational stipends, college-level coursework, and corporate internships at more than 250 top companies.

The Senior Director of Program will report directly to the Executive Director and will lead the delivery and assessment of program activities, and will manage and develop other program staff. The Senior Director of Program will draw upon professional experiences with programmatic leadership in working with and through a team of leaders to achieve high-quality outcomes for the young adults we serve. Working closely with the Senior Leadership Team and National staff, the Senior Director will drive strategy, define and delegate projects, and manage relationships with external stakeholders and partners. Full Job Description

East Bay College Fund, Executive Director

East Bay College Fund helps resilient public school students, particularly those who are under-represented in higher education, get access to resources and services necessary to succeed in college and expand their life opportunities. East Bay College Fund aspires to involve the whole community in providing college access services, scholarships, mentoring, and support networks to assist these young people in realizing their full potential. With a six year college completion rate of more than 75% for its scholars (compared with 20% of similar students nationally), East Bay College Fund has provided more than $14m in scholarships to 1,500 students since its founding.

The successful Executive Director candidate will be: an experienced nonprofit professional; someone with a familiarity with the local community and Oakland’s public education landscape; a compelling communicator; a strong strategic planner and systems thinker; an experienced fundraiser; and a results-driven manager who has demonstrated success for the initiatives and organizations under their leadership. This is an ideal opportunity for an impassioned social justice advocate who wants to make a significant impact on Oakland’s youth by providing them with direct funding and wrap-around support services to make their dreams of college a reality. Full Job Description

Charter School Board Position, Denver

The Colorado League of Charter Schools is partnering with Charter Board Partners and Edgility Consulting to offer Denver professionals and community leaders the opportunity to positively impact the lives of children by serving on the board of directors for a public charter school board.

Individuals who are selected to join a charter board will be strategically matched to a board in need of their skills and will play an active role in ensuring that every aspect of the school is optimized for students to thrive—from advising on strategy, to building community relationships, to driving academic growth to raising funds for new programs. This is an opportunity to develop a new professional skill set and network while making a tangible impact on students in Denver. Members lead with other professionals from a wide range of fields, and use their knowledge and resources to address the school’s most pressing needs, provide fiduciary oversight, and ensure strong student outcomes. Full Job Description