Who We Are
Center for Supportive Schools is an anti-racist, fast-paced, collegial, and team-oriented organization wholly committed to helping schools become places where students want to be. Our work directly addresses student disengagement, a root cause of diminished academic performance, students dropping out of school, and other high-risk student behaviors. We partner with schools in three areas: developing all students into leaders; empowering teachers to collaborate with each other and with students; and engaging entire school communities to improve how learning happens.
CSS is driven by the vision that one day, all students will thrive in schools that graduate them prepared for the rigors of college and lives filled with meaningful work, active citizenship, and personal fulfillment.
We are committed to antiracism. Our vision for students will not be realized absent the dismantling of systemic racism that permeates schools and society. Schools are not safe, supportive, engaging, and inspiring unless they address all areas of marginalization and eradicate all the many interconnected forms of oppression. CSS’s focus on antiracism results from the outsized role that racism has played in shaping the United States and its institutions, from the fact that racism intersects with all other forms of oppression, and given that that which we learn and develop – tools, frameworks, resources – in dismantling racism can be leveraged to abolish all other forms of oppression.
Founded in 1979, we are a national organization currently impacting 65,000 students annually and committed to supporting every K-12 school in the country. Most of our partners are economically disadvantaged communities where the consequences of student disengagement and racism can be most devastating.
Who You Are
You are passionate about providing students with evidence-based programming in schools and value fidelity to existing proven models. You are a lifelong learner and are always seeking opportunities to grow your evaluation and data skills. You are a dynamic, flexible, goal-oriented, and resourceful individual with strong communication and problem-solving skills. You have experience conducting school-based program evaluations, overseeing data collection, management, analysis and reporting, and integrating data technology systems. You also have experience developing, refining, and utilizing a wide range of quantitative and qualitative tools.
The Senior Director, Evaluation & Data Management, under the direction of the Managing Director, Operations & Evaluation, will lead CSS’s evaluation team in overseeing data collection, data management, and evaluation efforts in support of all of CSS’s solutions. The Senior Director, Evaluation & Data Management will lead evaluation and continuous improvement projects through the development of measurement tools and instruments, oversight of data entry and analysis, database management and maintenance, active participation as a thought-partner to determine evaluation best practices and new areas of growth, and communication of findings to internal staff, partner schools, and other stakeholders. In addition, you will actively participate in the organization’s commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) through engaging in opportunities for continued learning and examining its application to the work of the evaluation team and the mission of CSS.
What You’ll Do
Collaboration, Communication, & Coordination
Data Collection, Entry, & Analysis
Data Management and Integration
Dissemination & Reporting
Qualifications and Experience
You have demonstrated in past experiences excellent attention to detail; exceptional abilities to problem solve, plan, and prioritize; proven ability to work in a fast-paced environment managing multiple projects; and demonstrated high level communication skills and interpersonal skills, including the ability to build relationships internally and externally.
In addition, you have likely had the following experiences and demonstrate the following attributes:
COVID-19 Vaccination & Testing
CSS requires all school-facing staff members to be fully vaccinated against the COVID-19 virus. As of the time of this position announcement posting, fully vaccinated means receiving two vaccination doses of either the Pfizer vaccine or the Moderna vaccine, or one dose of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine. Non-school facing staff members who are not vaccinated because of a CSS-approved medical or religious accommodation must submit a copy of a COVID-19 test result 48-72 hours in advance of any CSS-related in-person interaction (this includes in-person interaction with other staff, in-person training events, office visits, business meetings, and/or school visits).
Who We Are
Center for Supportive Schools is an anti-racist, fast-paced, collegial, and team-oriented organization wholly committed to helping schools become places where students want to be. Our work directly addresses student…
Compensation and Benefits
The anticipated starting date for this position is September/October 2022. The hiring salary for this position is $85,800 – $107,200. CSS offers the following benefits:
Compensation and Benefits
The anticipated starting date for this position is September/October 2022. The hiring salary for this position is $85,800 – $107,200. CSS offers the…
Interested applicants are requested to apply by emailing a cover letter and CV/résumé to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please include (1) the title of the position in the subject line of your email and (2) where you found the position posting in your cover letter. If possible, please email all documents in PDF format. Black, Indigenous, and other People of Color (BIPOC) are strongly encouraged to apply.
Center for Supportive Schools is an equal opportunity employer committed to inclusive hiring and dedicated to diversity, inclusion, and equity in its work and staff. CSS’s Equal Employment Opportunity and Affirmative Action-related policies are available upon request
Interested applicants are requested to apply by emailing a cover letter and CV/résumé to email@example.com. Please include (1) the title of the position in the…