Senior Partnership Manager

Job Type

Full Time


Minimum: $65,000
Maximum: $70,000




2430 Mission Street
San Francisco
United States


MyPath Overview

MyPath's vision is that every low-income youth and young adult has the chance to make their first paycheck not just about income, but lasting economic security. We build strong foundations for upward economic mobility by connecting low-income working youth with opportunities to bank and build savings, credit and financial confidence. MyPath began as a youth banking & financial education initiative at a San Francisco Mission District credit union. Over the past 10 years MyPath has grown to partner with credit unions, municipalities, and youth employment programs in 13 locations, providing technical assistance, youth-driven financial capability resources, and a robust technology platform which enables 6,500 youth and young adults every year to bank, save, and build their credit and financial confidence. MyPath youth have already collectively saved over 2.5 million dollars. To learn more about MyPath, visit us at

Senior Partnership Manager Position Description

The Senior Partnership Manager position is critical for MyPath at this stage of our growth. As part of the Technical Assistance (TA) Team, this role will ensure that our partners receive high quality technical assistance and training as they integrate MyPath models into their youth employment programs. The TA Team works in close collaboration and is supervised by the Managing Director of Program. We are looking for an energetic, highly motivated individual with demonstrated partnership development and management skills, strong writing, speaking and training abilities, project management skills, a sense of humor and passion for our mission.

Roles and Responsibilities

Partnership Support and Management

  • Lead local partnerships to ensure successful implementation in specific cities, including youth employment partners and financial partners
  • Act as the liaison between youth employment partners and financial institution partners, in collaboration with relevant MyPath program staff
  • Manage existing partnerships and relationships and identify new potential local partners for vetting and onboarding process
  • Develop and manage full scale TA plans, which includes Train-the-Trainer sessions, program integration workplans, account enrollment processes, and monitoring quality of partner delivery
  • Manage and deliver MyPath TA and training to youth employment partners (nonprofit and/or municipal) and financial institution partners, including facilitation of joint planning processes

Partner Outreach and Onboarding

  • Oversee and conduct outreach webinars and develop introductory materials, process, and tools, and ensure ongoing improvements
  • Lead conversations with potential local partners and project manage outreach and vetting process
  • Build and manage partnership onboarding process, which includes expectation-setting, leadership buy-in, and executing Partnership Agreements

Data Collection and Insights

  • Manage data collection with youth employment partner agencies and financial institutions, including ensuring partners complete evaluation plan activities (outcomes data submission, end-of year debrief meetings, etc.) in timely fashion 
  • Monitor and report progress of the various projects to all local stakeholders
  • Contribute insights, best practices and lessons to the data analysis process, in collaboration with Senior Managers  
  • Ensure partner profile data in Salesforce is updated
  • Ensure data entry in MyPath Money platform is completed by partners in timely fashion
  • Support reporting for partners, funders and program evaluation, in collaboration with Senior Manager of Evaluation and Managing Director of Program

Required Qualifications:

  • Bachelor's degree required, Master’s preferred
  • Minimum of 5 years experience working with youth in social services field or youth development role
  • Knowledge of financial services and/or experience in an non profit program that integrates financial services into its program
  • Demonstrated experience working in and with low-income communities and communities of color
  • Adept at managing complex collaborative partnerships and projects
  • Experience creating and maintaining programmatic materials, systems and processes
  • Positive, energetic attitude and strong interpersonal skills
  • Excellent written and verbal communications skills
  • Experience designing and delivering effective training to youth and adults, ideally with some experience designing and training in partnership with youth
  • Experience delivering technical assistance to nonprofit, social service agency, and/or financial institution staff at all levels
  • Experience with database systems and online CRM applications (Salesforce experience preferred)
  • Experience and excitement about working in a growing and fast-paced organization
  • Driven to meet MyPath’s mission 
  • Experience with materials design and layout preferred

Equal Opportunity Employment:

People of color, women, LGBTQ individuals and individuals from low-income families and communities are encouraged to apply. MyPath is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, ethnic background, religion, sex, sexual orientation, age, or disability.


MyPath offers competitive benefits including 100% employer paid health/dental/vision benefits, 401K, vacation/sick/personal and holiday pay. Professional development funds are available to support staff in achieving career objectives.

Professional Level

None specified

Minimum Education Required

4-year degree

How To Apply

Application Process:

Please submit a cover letter and resume to This position is a local San Francisco based position. Selected applicants will be contacted for an in-person interview.