Senior Director of Impact

Job Type

Full Time


Minimum: $100,000
Maximum: $120,000
Details: Within the salary range, depending on experience.



Start Date


Application Deadline



1200 12th Ave. S. Ste. 701
United States


The Community Center for Education Results (CCER), which supports the Road Map Project initiative, is recruiting for a Senior Director of Impact with strong skills in team leadership, project management, strategic planning, continuous improvement, and evaluation with a desire to support collaborative, community-driven change. This new position will supervise an experienced team of staff currently leading continuous improvement and systems change work across the Road Map Project and will report to the CCER Executive Director. This position includes a strong focus on supporting teams of staff and partners and will work closely with the CCER Community Engagement, Data and Research, Communications, and Operations teams to advance collaboration and strategic integration.





CCER is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization established in 2010 to staff and support the Road Map Project—a cradle-through-college initiative to boost student success in seven King County, Washington school districts: Auburn, Federal Way, Highline, Kent, Renton, (South) Seattle, and Tukwila. Through multisector collaboration with hundreds of organizations and individuals, the Road Map Project aims to increase equitable policies and practices in education systems to eliminate opportunity gaps, and for 70 percent of the region’s students to earn a college degree or career credential by 2030.





The Senior Director of Impact will provide supervision and support to an experienced team of staff working on initiatives designed to advance the Road Map Project System-Wide Racial Equity Essentials, including:


•     Supporting improvement in kindergarten readiness and early grade success

•     Strengthening college and career readiness practices and policies in high schools

•     Developing a strong opportunity youth reengagement system

•     Strengthening family engagement practices and policies in districts and schools

•     Deepening efforts to improve college persistence and completion




•     Supervise and support 4-5 experienced staff leading continuous improvement and systems change work across the education continuum. This may include working with funders, developing team charters, supporting partnership development, identifying opportunities to sustain and scale, solving complex problems, and work with evaluators.

•     Identify how strategies led by CCER and lead implementation partners can contribute to achieving the 2020 and 2030 Road Map Project goals, and work closely with staff and partners to set targets and track progress.

•     Develop a strong internal collaboration and learning structure within CCER to capture lessons learned and share learning across teams.

•     Work with other senior staff to develop internal and external collaborative cross-team structures.

•     Strengthen alignment and integration across Road Map Project initiatives and partners.




•     Demonstrated personal commitment to anti-racism work and track record of working toward dismantling racism in education.

•     Experience working in partnership with and for communities of color.

•     A detailed understanding of the challenges and barriers faced by communities including, but not limited to, race, ethnicity, class, ability, immigration status and gender and their intersections, and a commitment to improving outcomes for low-income youth and families. 

•     Successful track record of management and leadership, including supervision of interdisciplinary teams and experience developing staff leadership skills and supporting professional growth of people in varying phases of career.

•     Demonstrated success in building and supporting highly effective teams to develop, implement, and monitor strategies that get to results. 

•     Education system knowledge and/or experience, plus a commitment to improving the prenatal through college and career continuum.

•     Experience with cross-sector, collaborative initiatives that involve multiple partners working on complex problems.

•     Experience with use of data and formative evaluation to improve programs or systems and knowledge of tools and techniques that support continuous improvement.

•     Knowledge and experience building budgets and operational growth plans. 

•     Strong writing, oral communication, analytic, and synthesis skills.

•     Strong people skills, including in-depth experience working with diverse communities.

•     Flexibility and desire to work in a fast-paced, innovative environment with a dynamic team of individuals with a passion for the success of children and youth in the Road Map Project.



Excellent benefits package, including health, vision, dental and life insurance as well as a 401k plan with employer match. CCER is an equal opportunity employer.

Professional Level

None specified

Minimum Education Required

No requirement

How To Apply

Application deadline is 9:00AM (Pacific Time) on Friday, August 31, 2018, but position will remain open until filled.


Please send an email to with “Senior Director of Impact [Your Last Name]” in the Subject Line. Include where you learned about this position in the body of the email and attach a Cover letter and resume or CV.