Partnership Manager

Job Type

Full Time

Published

07/08/2018

Start Date

08/01/2018

Application Deadline

07/27/2018

Address

Washington
District of Columbia
United States

Description

Overview

Turning the Page (TTP) (www.turningthepage.org), a dynamic non-profit corporation that helps DC public school parents become more active and effective participants in their children’s education, is currently seeking a Partnership Manager to join our team. The Partnership Manager will supervise school partnerships, supporting the implementation of TTP’s interconnected school-based initiatives: Community Nights, Parent Leadership Programming, Summer Learning, and Teacher Engagement. Our partnership manager will also take a lead role in managing our evaluation systems.


The Partnership Manager shall report to the TTP President and CEO and shall share supervision and coordination responsibilities for a Program Associate, Workshop Leaders, and volunteers. We are looking for an entrepreneurial and organized individual who is passionate about improving public education and has the ability to engage public school families and implement programs that participants, including children, parents, teachers and community partners, value and find meaningful. The ideal candidate engenders trust and inspires confidence, within the organization in which they work, and in the community.   

 

Core Responsibilities



The Partnership Manager will be responsible for managing programming at TTP partner schools, focusing on:


·        Coordinating “Community Nights” programming—specifically, parent recruitment and retention efforts: high-quality parent workshop delivery, student workshops (during parent workshops), and attendance tracking

·        Building school principal and staff engagement in program delivery

·        Strengthening existing, and creating new, grade-appropriate student activities

·        Developing workshop curricula for Community Night workshops and Parent Leadership Programming

·        Leading recruitment and training for volunteer and university mentors

·        Developing and facilitating teacher and staff professional development sessions

·        Recruiting parent leaders, helping to lead and organize parent leadership conferences and ongoing parent leadership sessions

·        Supporting parent-teacher organization initiatives and other parent-led programs

·        Managing our program evaluation process and ongoing systems for data collection and analysis


Core competences required


·        Between two and four years, full-time related experience

·        Demonstrated ability to communicate well with colleagues and community partners

·        Demonstrated ability to successfully lead community-based programs

Community organizing skills

Demonstrated ability to develop curricula for school and community-based programs

·        Extremely well organized

·        Excellent writing skills 

·        Ability to strategically plan

·        Ability to supervise program staff

·        Ability to enter and analyze data for program evaluation purposes

·        Demonstrated team player

·        BA in related field, Masters in Education or related field a plus

·        Knowledge of Salesforce, Microsoft Excel, and Tableau a plus

·        Knowledge of the public education system and the role of the community and public in improving public schools 

·        Teaching experience a plus 

Benefits


100% employer funded health and dental insurance.

Level of Language Proficiency

English

Professional Level

Professional

Minimum Education Required

4-year degree

How To Apply

jking@turningthepage.org
http://www.turningthepage.org


Please submit resume and cover letter to Jason King at jking@turningthepage.org.Resumes willl be reviewed upon receipt, and interviews scheduled on a rolling basis.


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