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Program Director

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El trabajo se debe realizar en o cerca de Boston, MA
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Publicado hace 13 días

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Salario
USD $65.000 - $75.000 / año

Descripción

Organizational Summary

The 3Point Foundation seeks to close the opportunity and achievement gap caused by socioeconomic inequity for underserved, low-income Boston middle school and high school youth by providing a variety of free programs during the school year and summer that develop the skills that lead to success in education, employment, and life and by supporting the journey to post-secondary education. Our vision is that all of Boston’s youth have an equal opportunity to achieve in school. Our five goals include: strengthening 21st century skills, fostering social and emotional growth, cultivating a growth mindset, developing fitness and wellness, and promoting service to others. 

Position Summary

The Program Director will have significant responsibilities and opportunities to design and manage the 3Point Foundation’s school day, after-school, and summer programming options, bringing the team together around the common goal of high-quality programming for all of our young people. 3Point is looking for an innovative builder, manager, and partner to lead our work. The ideal candidate is adaptable and capable of quick problem-solving to navigate the dynamic environment of Boston Public Schools. The candidate will provide leadership at the macro and micro levels, working closely with the Director of Academics to oversee the long-term strategy as well as supporting staff in person that leads the day-to-day programming during the school year and summer.  This position has 3-5 direct reports and will be supervised by the Executive Director (ED).

General Objectives of this Role

  • Leading the design, goal-setting, implementation, and evaluation of all 3Point programs
  • Advising development of programs, including any strategic changes in sites, staffing, curriculum, or design
  • Developing consistent practices engaging/collaborating with schools and families
  • Creating and implementing program-based logistics and safety protocols
  • Acting as the lead in communications on all aspects of programming, helping to tell our stories to the broader community of supporters and families

Responsibilities

Program Design, Strategy & Evaluation

  • Collaborate with School Principals and ED to develop and cultivate strategic partnerships with schools/community stakeholders
  • Oversee the design, goal setting, implementation, and evaluation for all programs with our ED and in coordination with the program team. This includes programs (project-based learning, basketball) across six schools and 2 summer sites reaching approximately 500 kids annually
  • With the Executive Director, lead the strategy and vision for any new programs or shifts in curriculum. 
  • Oversee and develop tools to assess and implement quality improvements and support the data collection in partnership with the Program team, Director of Academics, and Boston After School and Beyond

Program Logistics

  • Manage and support the active recruitment efforts led by the Program Team and Director of Academics for both students and community/college volunteers
  • Support the Director of Academics in overseeing classroom management and training staff and volunteers to implement consistent classroom management strategies and implementation of curriculum for participants across sites
  • Assist in hiring, onboarding, and training of new program staff (currently 5 PT staff) and provide onsite support
  • Support the Program Team with the recruitment, onboarding, and training of college interns/volunteers
  • Oversee the monitoring and compliance of safety and other regulations.
  • Develop 3Point’s safety protocols and support protocols for crisis management by visiting sites weekly and as otherwise required. 
  • Provide ongoing feedback and oversight to both academic and basketball programming
  • Working with the Managing Director to support the transportation plans of students to and from events when necessary
  • Find substitute instructors when needed and sub if necessary for absent instructors

Program Communications & Staff Development

  • Support the Program Team, classroom instructors, and coaches in communication with families; build relationships through ongoing coordination with site staff, school-based staff, and families
  • Curate professional development opportunities for program staff in growing relevant skills and areas of expertise (e.g., positive youth development/engagement, day-to-day running of programs from a logistics perspective, and Social Emotional Learning)
  • Troubleshoot and remedy school, team, and student/family challenges
  • Work with the Executive Director on sharing positive stories about our work with the larger community through events and social media
  • Develop ongoing communication with participating families to ensure regular connection and engagement (e.g., a newsletter)

Qualifications

  • At least 5 years of experience working to develop and implement youth-oriented programming for nonprofits
  • Demonstrated competency working with families of different socio-economic and cultural backgrounds
  • Experience in self-management and supervision of others
  • Strong verbal and written communication skills
  • Bachelor’s degree or equivalent 
  • Excellent judgment, time management, and organizational skills
  • Ability to take initiative, work independently and collaboratively as needed
  • Ability to give and receive direct and constructive feedback
  • Passion for working with young people
  • Proficiency with online systems: Google Workspace, School Mint
  • Ability to be onsite at schools on a regular basis
  • Valid driver’s license and access to a car
  • Occasional evening and weekend commitments (1-2x a month) may be needed to fulfill the duties of this role

 

How to apply

An applicant should send a tailored cover letter highlighting relevant work experience and a resume in PDF format to: info@go3point.org, subject line: Program Director 

 

This is an AA/EOE position.  Persons of color, multilingual individuals, and women are strongly encouraged to apply.  

 

Salary and Benefits

This is a full-time position with a salary range of $65000-75000/year.

Benefits include a hybrid schedule (3Point staff work 2-3 days/week in the Boston office and 2-3 days remotely); health, dental, and vision insurance with partial partner/spouse coverage; and annual paid time off for vacation, holidays, and the week of between Christmas to New Year’s Day.

Organizational Summary

The 3Point Foundation seeks to close the opportunity and achievement gap caused by socioeconomic inequity for underserved, low-income Boston middle school and high school youth by providing a variety of free…

Compensación

Benefits include a hybrid schedule (3Point staff work 2-3 days/week in the Roslindale office and 2-3 days remotely); health, dental, and vision insurance with partial partner/spouse coverage; and annual paid time off for vacation, holidays, and the week of between Christmas to New Year’s Day.

Benefits include a hybrid schedule (3Point staff work 2-3 days/week in the Roslindale office and 2-3 days remotely); health, dental, and vision insurance with partial partner/spouse…

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