Launched in 2007, the Partnership is a nonprofit organization that serves 14,200 students across 19 campuses in Watts, Boyle Heights and South Los Angeles, California. The Partnership is one of the largest, in-district public school transformation organizations in the U.S., and is not a charter organization. Our priorities are supporting great school leadership, developing highly effective teaching, and engaging families and community partners. Over the past decade, our high schools have seen their graduation rate more than double from 36% to 80% and college acceptances have risen by 17 percentage points in the last four years from 32% in 2015 to 49% in 2019. Suspension rates across the network are at less than 1%, compared with 21% when we started our work. Learn more about us at https://partnershipla.org/.
The Partnership is committed to continuously building an anti-racist culture that promotes diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging in classrooms and in our home office. The Curriculum Systems Advising Coach will be someone who is excited to keep these values in mind when executing day-to-day tasks and responsibilities.
The Curriculum Systems Advising Coach will play a vital role in our systems change work, which is focused on removing barriers and scaling successes for school transformation. The Curriculum Systems Advising Coach will be responsible for project deliverables that support the adoption and implementation of high‐quality instructional materials, and chiefly responsible for deliverables tied to a multi‐year grant funded project to support implementation of high‐quality middle grades mathematics curricula in Los Angeles Unified. More specific details are provided in the responsibilities section below. In addition to working directly with LAUSD, this project also focuses on further developing our model of high‐quality curriculum implementation support, in collaboration with home office staff. As a member of the Mathematics team, the Curriculum Systems Advising Coach will lead curriculum implementation systems advising work with LAUSD and support critical team systems and processes, working closely with the Director of Curriculum Systems Advising and Vice President of School Transformation to develop the organization’s capacity and expertise at the intersection of policy and practice.
This position will require being in schools often (approximately 80% of the time) throughout the fall when they reopen, but working remotely otherwise, as the Partnership home office remains closed. As such, this position requires living in the Los Angeles area.
The Curriculum Systems Advising Coach’s key duties and responsibilities include the following areas:
Project Management (10%)
Creating Materials (15%)
Capacity Building (35%)
Monitoring Implementation (25%)
Teamwork and Organizational Culture (15%)
The ideal candidate will have:
Education and Experience:
COMPENSATION AND BENEFITS
The Partnership has recently completed a thorough study of market-competitive salaries, and has applied the learning from that study to salary offers for all home office positions. Our goal is to ensure that pay is fair for all staff members, both considering the market and considering pay equity among staff in similar roles in the organization. The Partnership offers a robust benefits package including employer-paid health, dental, and vision insurance and a 403(b) retirement program. This is a full time, year-round position.
Please note: This role is funded through a grant, and as mentioned above, is helping us to explore the long-term possibilities of fee-for-service work. As such, this position has guaranteed funding for three (3) years, and will be re-evaluated at the close of the grant.
Launched in 2007, the Partnership is a nonprofit organization that serves 14,200 students across 19 campuses in Watts, Boyle Heights and South Los Angeles, California. The Partnership is one of the largest…
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