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Vaux Big Picture High School, Principal

Vaux BPHS is a Big Picture Philadelphia neighborhood high school which opened in September 2017 with 126 9th grade students and is adding a grade a year until fully enrolled in September of 2020 with 504 students. Vaux BPHS boasts an advisory model where students meet daily over their four years with their advisor and seventeen peers. Vaux BPHS utilizes a project-based academic approach and each student participates in individualized Learning Through Internship experiences from grades 10 – 12. Vaux BPHS weaves post-secondary planning and preparation through dual enrollment opportunities and personalized post-secondary portfolios.

The Principal of Vaux BPHS is a high-energy, visionary, and dynamic educational leader who is driven by a strong vision of high academic achievement for a diverse student population, is committed to social justice, and has exemplary leadership skills. Full Job Description

Bottom Line, Managing Director of Development

Bottom Line is dedicated to helping first-generation students from low-income backgrounds get into college, graduate from college, and go far in life. Our vision is to dramatically transform urban communities by producing thousands of new career-ready college graduates.

The Managing Director of Development (MDD) will lead Bottom Line’s local efforts in New York City to engage stakeholders across the region in raising the funding and resources needed to help students get into college, graduate and go far. Bottom Line seeks to grow its regional revenue to meet the demand for our programs across our communities. Full Job Description

Great Oaks Legacy Charter School, High School Director

The Great Oaks Legacy Charter School is a high-performing, innovative charter public school in Newark NJ, serving over 1600 students from Pre-K to 12th grade on five campuses across the city. Our mission is to prepare public school students for success in college. Great Oaks Legacy students aspire to be some of the highest performing students in the country.

Great Oaks Legacy is seeking an experienced, like-minded urban educator to join our leadership team. The High School Director is responsible for setting a powerful vision for student achievement, motivating others to follow that vision, and strategically implementing the school’s mission through effective leadership and management of the school’s students and staff. Full Job Description

STEM Prep Academy, School Director

The STEM Prep School Directors are responsible for leading the organization in fulfilling its mission and goals. A School Director (SD) provides vision and leadership by example. The SD develops and implements strategic and operational plans to achieve the organization's mission and vision, oversees the operation of the organization, develops staff and allocates resources. The School Director oversees the well-being of the entire organization by fostering positive and productive relationships across the organization and community. Full Job Description

STEM Prep Academy, High School Director in Residence

The STEM Prep High School Director in Residence will step into the role of STEM Prep High School Director in 2020-2021. During 2019-2020, the Director in Residence will prepare to take over all leadership roles and responsibilities. S/he will work hand-in-hand with the current School Director to deeply learn the mission of our organization and support the work of the High School leadership team. S/he will gradually assume responsibility over the course of the year such that at the culmination of 2019-2020, they will be ready to assume complete School Director responsibilities. Full Job Description

Education for Change, ASCEND Principal

Education for Change Public Schools (EFCPS) believes it is the right for every child to have access to a high-quality, 21st-century education. Our mission is to provide a superior public education to Oakland’s most underserved children by creating a system of schools that focus relentlessly on our students’ academic achievement. EFCPS is a charter management organization that manages a diverse portfolio of TK-8 schools, growing to a portfolio of TK-12 schools in the Fruitvale and Elmhurst neighborhoods of Oakland, currently serving 3,000 children. Additional information about Education for Change can be found at www.efcps.org.

Education for Change is looking for a dynamic and visionary instructional leader who will engage students, staff, and families to ensure high student achievement. The principal of ASCEND communicates and supports the mission of Education for Change, maintains the focus on high student achievement for all students, creates a collaborative, results-oriented professional learning community, analyzes and responds to data, supports teachers in their growth, and evaluates and responds to the effectiveness of interventions and instructional practices. The principal creates an environment in which school attendance, learning and high achievement are valued. This individual engages community partners and families in serving the whole child and ensuring ALL children achieve at high levels prepared to succeed in any setting. In addition, they will know how to successfully manage an urban elementary school with a high English Learner and low-income population.. Full Job Description

ARISE High School, Head of School

ARISE High School is a public charter school serving 320 students in grades 9-12 in Oakland’s Fruitvale neighborhood. Its mission is to empower students with the knowledge, skills, and agency to be leaders in their community. The school provides a small school environment where every student has at least one adult who knows them well and supports them on their educational journey. ARISE is committed to building and maintaining healthy communities by providing families, many of which are first-generation college-bound, access to college and careers in Education, Community Social Services, Community Justice, Public Health, and Public Policy. 87% of the student population is low-income, 93% are Latinx and 86% are the first in their families to go to college. In recent years, more than 90% of ARISE’s 12th graders have been accepted to a four-year college.

The ARISE board is seeking an exceptional instructional leader who knows how to maintain a high bar for academic excellence while building and sustaining a positive school culture for students and adults. The ideal candidate will have a track record of success leading an innovative college preparatory program with experience building diverse teams and supporting teachers and staff in their professional growth. This person will also have demonstrated how they build trust and strong working relationships with students, staff/faculty, parents, board members, and external constituents. The successful Head of School candidate will believe in the ARISE High School mission, demonstrating a personal commitment to ensuring the school’s students have the opportunity to fulfill their goals for education and life. Full Job Description

ANet, Director of School Support – New England Region

Achievement Network (ANet) is a nonprofit dedicated to educational equity. We help schools boost student learning with great teaching that’s grounded in standards, informed by data, and built on the successful practices of educators around the country.

The New England Region supports over 120 schools, predominantly in Massachusetts, with a growing presence in Connecticut and Rhode Island. Our work is done in partnership with district and charter systems and schools in Boston, Brockton, Framingham, Hartford, Lawrence, Salem, Springfield, Waltham, and Worcester. In the 2018-19 academic year, we plan to deepen our relationships with our current network and plan for broader expansion within the region. We are seeking a dynamic and skilled instructional leader to serve as the Director of School Support (DSS) in schools across our New England Region. This is a unique opportunity for an outcomes-driven educator to enact change for students through coaching and supporting school leaders. The DSS will work with leaders to build a school culture where mastery of Common Core State Standards, achievement data, and teacher development are used to achieve breakthrough learning for students. The DSS will be responsible for traveling throughout the Region to coach and develop leadership in approximately 12 district and/or charter schools, reaching more than 300 teachers and 7,500 students. Reporting to the Executive Director, this individual will also work in a highly collaborative, supportive, and innovative fashion with peer coaches across ANet’s other Regions and national teams. Full Job Description

ANet, Director of School Support – Eastern New England Network

Achievement Network (ANet) is a nonprofit dedicated to educational equity. We help schools boost student learning with great teaching that’s grounded in standards, informed by data, and built on the successful practices of educators around the country. Founded in 2005, ANet now serves over 700 schools educating over 230,000 students across the country. Our support has consistently helped our partner schools—both district and charter—achieve breakthrough results for their students.

As a Director of School Support (DSS), your coaching of school and system leaders will empower them to enact change that sets teachers up for success in the classroom, thus ensuring students receive the educational opportunities they deserve. You will leverage your past experience as an instructional leader to quickly build trust within your partner schools, identify strengths and opportunities, and develop action plans that lead to breakthrough results for kids. You’ll be successful in influencing and motivating our partners because you thrive at marrying humility and assertiveness in everything you do. Your flexibility, team-first approach, and commitment to equity will be infectious to everyone you interact with, whether it’s a CAO of a school system, a principal of one of your partner schools, or another DSS on your team. Full Job Description

District Management Group, Director of Client Services

The District Management Group (www.dmgroupk12.com) (“DMGroup”) partners with public school district leaders to help them improve student outcomes, operational efficiency, and resource allocation. School districts face a myriad of challenges – stagnant achievement results, budget crises, federal and state mandates, increasing accountability measures – and they need practical solutions that can be implemented quickly to get results.

Directors on DMGroup’s Client Services team lead broad, multi-faceted consulting engagements and work closely with respected leaders in K-12 public education to achieve outstanding results on the most strategic, high-impact issues that school systems face. This is an ideal opportunity for an experienced consultant who is passionate about leveraging best in class management solutions to address pressing challenges in the K-12 public education space. Full Job Description

District Management Group, Vice President of Finance

The District Management Group (www.dmgroupk12.com) (“DMGroup”) partners with public school district leaders to help them improve student outcomes, operational efficiency, and resource allocation. School districts face a myriad of challenges – stagnant achievement results, budget crises, federal and state mandates, increasing accountability measures – and they need practical solutions that can be implemented quickly to get results.

The Vice President of Finance (VP Finance) will report to the CEO and be responsible for all of DMGroup’s financial operations and portions of the administrative functions (Finance, Human Resources, IT, Legal, and Office Management). This position requires a financial leader with a quantitative mindset who is comfortable working with technology, process automation, and operations. DMGroup is growing quickly and the VP Finance will be asked to develop and support the growth of the firm in a cohesive manner and in a fashion that facilitates effective utilization of resources and rapid future growth. Full Job Description

La Cima Elementary Charter School, Principal

La Cima is in its 10th year as a community-based independent charter school in the Bedford-Stuyvesant neighborhood in Brooklyn, New York. La Cima’s philosophy is grounded in the behavioral psychology of Dr. Carol Dweck, the theories of Paolo Freire, and Lisa Delpit which speak to education for social and political change. They believe that through creating an excellent school organization, they can build innovative opportunities that support and develop wider community change. The school becomes a location for social and political change to take root, through their scholars, their team, families, and their work together.

La Cima Elementary Charter School is seeking a passionate and energetic turnaround school leader who is excited and prepared for the challenges of building a high-performing, independent community-based charter school. The Principal of La Cima is responsible for building the foundations of student and staff culture and academic achievement. Reporting to the Executive Director, this individual will have a strong voice in the vision and strategy for the school's evolution, expansion, and growth. Full Job Description

Citizens of the World Mar Vista, Principal

The mission of Citizens of the World Los Angeles (CWC LA) is to provide a socio-economically, culturally, and racially diverse community of students in Los Angeles with an intellectually challenging, experiential learning environment that develops each student's confidence, potential, and individual sense of responsibility in the world. CWC schools promote academic rigor through a constructivist, project-based learning approach, to support and develop children’s natural intellectual curiosity. The CWC LA network has a strong track record of high academic achievement, is growing at a rapid rate, and currently enrolls nearly 2,000 students in three high-performing schools.

The Principal of CWC Mar Vista will report to the Chief Schools Officer. This person will be a visionary instructional leader who will create an engaging, joyful, academically rigorous learning environment built on CWC’s fundamentals of academic excellence, community, and diversity. The Principal will manage two Assistant Principals and a student body split across an elementary school campus and nearby middle school campus, stewarding a strong team and creating and maintaining an exceptional school culture. This culture will challenge and motivate students, teachers, and families to achieve academic excellence, develop as people, embrace the rich diversity of the school community, and positively impact the communities in which they live. Full Job Description

Say Yes Guilford, Executive Director

Say Yes Guilford (SYG), founded in 2015, is a 501c3 nonprofit organization based in Guilford County, North Carolina, with the mission of providing access to services, support, and scholarships designed to prepare local students for success in college, career, and life. In July 2018 SYG became the first locally owned and operated chapter of the national nonprofit Say Yes to Education.

Say Yes Guilford’s Executive Director will be an effective leader and experienced fundraiser, with experience in the field of education and specific knowledge of how to partner with school districts. This individual will execute the vision of the Board and two-year business plan, with the opportunity to shape the future vision of this initiative to meet established programmatic, fundraising, and financial sustainability goals. This individual will be a proven collaborator and experienced change agent, capable of mobilizing broad coalitions including school district leaders, SYG board members, funders, county commissioners, policymakers, and program partners. This is an ideal opportunity for an impassioned advocate who is ready to lead a robust K-16 student achievement initiative in Guilford County, ensuring that families throughout the county have access to high-quality services and college financing that can dramatically support improving their academic outcomes. Full Job Description

STRIVE Prep, Middle School Principal

STRIVE Prep is a Denver-based community of K-12 public charter schools, that challenges every student to discover and develop the skills, knowledge, and confidence necessary to succeed in college and beyond.

With the must-haves driving your daily approach to the work, the successful Principal will manage a school leadership team of five that supports a staff of 43 overseeing instruction, operations, culture, and student services. The Principal will collaborate with their supervisor, the Managing Director of Schools, to identify strategic priorities for year one and beyond. Full Job Description

Catalyst Academy Charter School, Founding Principal

Catalyst Academy Charter School is a new, public charter school in Pittsburgh, PA, set to open in the Fall of 2020. Catalyst Academy Charter School’s mission is to prepare all students for college, career, and life. The school aims to serve children in underserved East End communities that today lack quality neighborhood schools. By leveraging innovative practices common to some of the nation’s top performing public schools, Catalyst Academy is ready to shatter the achievement gap for low-income students and students of color. In addition to rigorous college preparatory academics, including daily science and engineering and extensive arts and physical education, the school will have an explicit focus on social-emotional learning, 21st-century skill development, and project-based learning to connect students to real-world problems and to the organizations and professionals solving them.

Catalyst Academy Charter School is seeking a passionate and energetic founding school leader who is excited and prepared for the challenges of building a high-performing, independent public charter school. The founding Principal of Catalyst Academy is responsible for building the foundations of student and staff culture and academic achievement. The pre-launch planning and first few years after launch will set the trajectory for the school’s long-term success. Reporting to the Chief Executive Officer, this individual will have a strong voice in the vision and strategy for the school's evolution, expansion, and growth. Full Job Description

Citizens of the World Charter School Los Angeles, Founding Principal

The mission of Citizens of the World Los Angeles (CWC LA) is to provide a socio-economically, culturally, and racially diverse community of students in Los Angeles with an intellectually challenging, experiential learning environment that develops each student's confidence, potential, and individual sense of responsibility in the world. CWC schools promote academic rigor through a constructivist, project-based learning approach, to support and develop children’s natural intellectual curiosity. The CWC LA network has a strong track record of high academic achievement, is growing at a rapid rate, and currently enrolls nearly 2,000 students in three high-performing schools.

The Founding Principal of CWC’s newest campus will report to the Chief Schools Officer. This person will be a visionary instructional leader who will create an engaging, joyful, academically rigorous learning environment built on CWC’s fundamentals of academic excellence, community, and diversity. The Founding Principal will build a strong team and create and maintain an exceptional school culture. This culture will challenge and motivate students, teachers, and families to achieve academic excellence, develop as people, embrace the rich diversity of the school community, and positively impact the communities in which they live. Full Job Description

Ascend High School, School Director

Our flagship high school, Brooklyn Ascend High School (BAHS), opened to 9th-grade students in September 2015 and will have its first graduates in 2019. The high school director role is an ideal opportunity for a dynamic and visionary individual to play a central leadership role in growing and shaping one of our high-performing public charter schools, committed to helping students achieve academic excellence from kindergarten through college and beyond.

Ascend school directors are the academic and cultural leaders of their schools. We seek leaders who hold exceptionally high intellectual expectations of their schools and create a culture of joyful academic discovery, who are passionate about achieving their schools’ academic and organizational goals, who develop enduring relationships with students, teachers, parents, and community members, and who build and maintain a strong presence for the school in the community. At Ascend, we value leaders with a hunger for feedback and professional growth and a dedication to excellence. Full Job Description

Regeneration Schools, Middle School Leaders

ReGeneration Schools is a nonprofit school management organization that's dedicated to revitalizing failing schools through a college prep and character mission. We manage three elementary Chicago International Charter Schools (CICS) on the south-side of Chicago, IL: CICS Avalon, CICS Basil, and CICS Washington Park. ReGeneration currently serves over 1,600 low-income students, with over 93% of our students identifying as African-American. We are dedicated to closing the achievement gap because we believe the only way for our society to build a better democracy is by rebuilding America’s failing schools.

We are seeking an Elementary (K-4, CICS Basil) and Middle School Principals (5-8 Grades) for the 2019-2020 school year that will inspire our students and staff, and project urgency about closing the achievement gap. Reporting to the Managing Director, the Principals set the vision for school culture and academics; design and implement a rigorous coaching plan for teachers; and lead the leadership team to ensure that students graduate career and college ready. Full Job Description

First 8 Memphis, Executive Director

First 8 Memphis is leading the implementation of Shelby County’s first, formal high-quality Early Childhood Education (ECE) system. Starting in 2015, community leaders conducted research to assess the local and national ECE landscape and developed a system of interventions to improve child outcomes and economic mobility in Shelby County. The resulting ECE system consists of four main components: early home visitation; quality childcare; Pre-K programs; and academic interventions for students in grades K-3. First 8 Memphis will also work with local school districts to ensure a smooth transition between pre-k to 3rd grade. By aligning and coordinating resources to high quality, evidence-based programs that serve children from before birth through age eight, First Eight Memphis aims to prepare 90% of children to be “Kindergarten ready” and 90% of 3rd-grade children to be reading on grade-level by 2025.

The founding Executive Director of First 8 Memphis will be a strategic leader and experienced manager of people and projects, with experience in early childhood education and program services. This individual will execute the vision of the Board, then later drive the vision of this initiative to meet established programmatic, fundraising and financial sustainability goals. This individual will be a proven collaborator and experienced change agent, capable of mobilizing broad coalitions including parents, board members, funders, policymakers, and program partners. This is an ideal opportunity for an impassioned advocate who is ready to lead early childhood education in Shelby County. Full Job Description

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