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Education Programs Manager

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O trabalho pode ser executado em ou perto de San Francisco, CA
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Publicado há 16 dias

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Carga Horária Integral
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USD $65.000 - $70.000 / ano

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Position Overview

Commonwealth Club World Affairs (CCWA) seeks a dynamic, passionate educator to serve as Education Programs Manager for our civics education initiative, Creating Citizens. This is a great fit for someone who believes in the power of civil dialogue to inform and inspire the next generation of civic leaders at home and abroad. The Education Programs Manager is responsible for creating and implementing a well-coordinated strategy to produce compelling speaker programs for youth and adults; develop a series of intergenerational dialogues; lead a new Youth Advisory Committee; and maintain current programming and audience development initiatives. The Manager will cultivate an extensive network of partnerships with civic leaders and youth-serving organizations, prioritizing underserved and economically disadvantaged communities. As part of a small and collaborative team, this position will act to advance the mission and goals of Creating Citizens and will work collegially and respectfully with peers throughout CCWA, interns, volunteers, and external stakeholders.

Responsibilities

Program Leadership – 65%

  • Lead all aspects of program development and production, with relevant topics and speakers targeted towards priority audiences of students, young adults, and educators
  • Deliver a minimum of 6-10 programs annually, onsite, online, and in local communities; includes annual back-to-school educator program + networking event; Youth Talks; and student-produced speaker series at UC Berkeley.
  • Develop and lead a new series of interactive dialogues for intergenerational audiences
  • Lead initiatives for student scholarship opportunities locally, nationally, and abroad


Audience Development and Partnership Cultivation – 20%

  • Develop and lead a new Youth Advisory Committee to help drive Gen Z engagement
  • Meet goals to increase participation by low-income, underrepresented, and marginalized youth
  • Expand partnerships and collaborations with student and administrative groups at local colleges
  • Maintain a growing network of relationships with adult and youth civic leaders, and community-based organizations
  • Collaborate with teams throughout CCWA to develop and expand opportunities for youth and young adults
  • Conduct program marketing and outreach to ensure strong attendance and audience engagement


Additional Expectations – 15%

  • Actively contribute to department strategy and planning
  • Evaluate program outcomes against strategic goals and make data-driven recommendations for improvement
  • Maintain accurate records and data, including diversity and inclusion statistics; provide regular reports
  • Provide direction to student Communications and Engagement Intern, when appropriate
  • Purchase, coordinate, and maintain inventory of materials and supplies; process invoices and purchase orders; ensure that purchases remain within budget
  • Attend in-person and virtual programs and functions outside normal business hours, when required
  • Support fundraising and donor stewardship; ensure that programs meet donors’ goals Identifying and cultivating potential funding sources
  • Support projects led by other teams, in service to CCWA goals and strategies
  • Use multiple software platforms to perform functions including project and budget management, constituent relationships, meetings, and internal and external communications
  • Communicate with all stakeholders with confidence, respect, and tact
  • Complete all assignments accurately, thoroughly, and on deadline
  • Other duties as assigned

Necessary Qualifications and Skills

  • Experience developing and leading interactive educational programs; preference for a candidate with formal or informal teaching in civics, history-social studies, democracy education, international relations, or related fields
  • Experience developing and producing live events add specifics as a parenthetical: conceive of, etc.; book speakers, AV, etc. things he might not have experience doing
  • Experience supervising, teaching, or coaching teens or young adults
  • Demonstrated understanding of Gen Z characteristics, interests, and learning needs
  • Established relationships with local community leaders and youth service organizations are there certain community leaders he wouldn’t have access to? (e.g., higher ed., politicians)
  • Excellent strategist: able to successfully execute a project from vision to implementation to scale
  • Experience managing project budgets
  • Learning assessment experience preferred
  • Outstanding written and oral communications
  • Familiarity with Google Suite and Microsoft Office applications, including Excel, Word, and Outlook
  • Experience with a CRM (Salesforce or other) and email marketing software a plus


Characteristics

  • Creative, skilled, and energetic educator; passionate about teaching and learning
  • Driven to fulfill CCWA’s civic education mission; committed to educational equity and inclusion for all students
  • A connector: actively seeks to bring together diverse people and perspectives
  • Impact-driven; able to articulate, evaluate, and achieve desired outcomes
  • Comfortable engaging with a wide range of stakeholders, from young teens to high-profile leaders
  • Independent and proactive; able to marshal skills and resources to solve problems successfully
  • Responsive and reliable, with strong follow-through and personal accountability for performance
  • Organized, detail-oriented, thorough; prioritizes tasks and manages time effectively
  • Flexible and energetic; thrives in a complex and fast-paced environment
  • Collaborative and communicative
  • Able to quickly learn new software and supportive technologies
  • Able to make meaningful contributions as part of a dynamic, creative, and supportive team


Desired Credentials:

  • Bachelor’s degree in education, political science, history-social studies, or related fields
  • Minimum 3 years’ professional experience teaching or leading programs in formal or informal education settings such as K-12 schools, after-school programs, or youth service nonprofits
  • Specific experience with civics education a plus

Compensation

$65-$70,000, depending on experience. This is a full-time exempt position with benefits, including paid employee health, vision, dental, life, and AD&D, a generous holiday and time-off policy, and a team full of interesting and warm people to work with.


How to Apply

Interested candidates should submit a cover letter and resume or cv to edujobs@commonwealthclub.org. Resume review will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled.

Commonwealth Club World Affairs is committed to the principles of equal opportunity employment and encourages applicants of all backgrounds, cultures, genders, experiences, and abilities to apply. A diverse workplace is essential to our work, and people of any gender or gender identification, BIPOC-identified candidates, LGBTQ+ individuals, people with disabilities, members of ethnic minorities, foreign-born residents, and veterans are strongly encouraged to apply.


About Creating Citizens

Building on foundational values of free speech, respectful discourse, and a spirit of collaborative progress for the common good, the vision of Creating Citizens is that all students will have the motivation and support they need to participate effectively in the democratic process. Programs and activities give young people and educators direct access to civic leaders, thinkers, and decision makers, and make use of CCWA’s nationally recognized platform to amplify diverse voices and offer a safe space for youth to cultivate the skills and characteristics necessary for informed citizenship.

About Commonwealth Club World Affairs

Commonwealth Club World Affairs of California is the largest public issues forum in the United States and is a nonpartisan, nonprofit membership organization. It is the leader in its field both nationally and internationally, with a fast-paced, lively, and stimulating environment and a range of fascinating and informative people and ideas. CCWA hosts daily in-person, online, and hybrid programs that include lectures, panel discussions, roundtables, podcasts, and special events on issues of public concern and interest, for both engagement and enrichment. Every year, CCWA produces several hundred programs with extensive content that is distributed through online video streams, podcasts, and a weekly national radio broadcast that airs on more than 230 public and commercial stations and other platforms.

Position Overview

Commonwealth Club World Affairs (CCWA) seeks a dynamic, passionate educator to serve as Education Programs Manager for our civics education initiative, Creating Citizens. This is a great fit for someone who believes in…

Benefícios

This is a full-time exempt position with benefits, including paid employee health, vision, dental, life, and AD&D, a generous holiday and time-off policy, and a team full of interesting and warm people to work with.

This is a full-time exempt position with benefits, including paid employee health, vision, dental, life, and AD&D, a generous holiday and time-off policy, and a team full of…

Localização

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O trabalho pode ser executado em ou perto de San Francisco, CA
110 The Embarcadero, San Francisco, CA 94105, USA

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Interested candidates should submit a cover letter and resume or cv to edujobs@commonwealthclub.org. Resume review will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled.

Interested candidates should submit a cover letter and resume or cv to edujobs@commonwealthclub.org. Resume review will begin immediately and continue until the position is…

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