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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

Change for Kids, Executive Director

Change for Kids (CFK) partners with elementary schools in New York City’s most underserved communities to provide critical resources that help prepare students for success in middle school and beyond. CFK seeks to do this by bringing together a strong community of New Yorkers who provide financial resources, volunteers, and strategic relationships to support programing focused on literacy, social-emotional skills, and community engagement.

CFK is seeking a visionary leader, skilled manager, inspiring communicator, and enthusiastic champion of the organization’s mission to serve as the next Executive Director and lead the organization into its next phase of growth. The Executive Director is responsible for setting the strategic vision of the organization, effectively engaging the donor community, interfacing with and leveraging the board, managing the finances, operations, and team, and ensuring that CFK’s resources are leveraged in a way that maximizes the impact of the organization. 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

Edgility Consulting, Recruitment Operations Associate

The Recruitment Operations Associate will be a highly organized, detail-oriented project manager and individual contributor with strong written communication skills and systems savvy. This integral role will provide key support to Search Leads to ensure that all Edgility executive searches and recruitment engagements run smoothly and efficiently. This position is ideal for someone who enjoys working on a variety of projects at one time, is highly proficient in data entry and systems management, and is comfortable supporting multiple staff members at a time. Full Job Description

Envision & LCPS, Director of Alder GSE Teacher Residency

The Director of Teacher Residency will be responsible for the oversight and execution of the Teacher Residency Program for Lighthouse Community Public Schools (LCPS) & Envision Education School Systems. The Residency Director role will include faculty member duties such as teaching courses online and in person every week to teacher candidates and teacher mentors, collaborating on curriculum development with other directors, as well as providing individual coaching to support and create excellent teachers.

This is a full-time position beginning July 1, 2019 with 60-100 hours of work between the fall 2018 and June 30, 2019. These duties will be collaboratively determined based on Director’s current job and will include resident hiring/interview days and some planning for cohort launch in July. Full Job Description

Silicon Valley Urban Debate League, Executive Director

Through the rigor and thrill of the academic sport of debate, the Silicon Valley Urban Debate League (“SVUDL”) helps low-income youth tap the power of their voices to compete, excel, and change the world. A coalition of local educators and community leaders founded the group in June 2014 to fill a startling gap in opportunities in the high-poverty schools of San Jose and the Silicon Valley Peninsula. This year, SVUDL aims to serve 11 schools and change the lives of 200 students.

SVUDL is seeking a committed leader, proven fundraiser, effective communicator, and enthusiastic champion of the organization’s mission to join the community as the next Executive Director. The Executive Director is the primary leader of SVUDL, reporting to the Board of Directors and leading a team of staff including a Development and Communications Manager, four Head Coaches who work closely with teachers and administrators at school sites, an Administrative and Operations Manager, Marketing/Communications Specialist, Interns, and Volunteers. Full Job Description