Now hiring: Local Improvement Networks Partnership Coordinator
The Community Center for Education Results (CCER), which supports the Road Map Project initiative, is recruiting for a Local Improvement Networks (LIN) Partnership Coordinator with a successful track record of managing dynamic projects. The LIN Partnership Coordinator will join a small collaborative team in a fast-paced environment and will provide direct support to CCER’s Local Improvement Networks Director. Through this work, this position will support the execution of the Local Improvement Networks’ top priorities and contribute to the effectiveness of the Local Improvement Networks team. This is a great opportunity for someone who enjoys problem solving, working in an administrative capacity, and being a member of a busy team tackling complex work. The LIN Partnership Coordinator will report to the Local Improvement Networks Director while working closely with the broader CCER team and Road Map Project partners.
The Local Improvement Networks model is a new area of work that aims to accelerate progress in the Road Map Project region by providing opportunities for the delivery of best practices and the building of more equitable systems. Local Improvement Networks bring together districts, schools and community service providers to improve early learning and elementary outcomes for low-income students and children of color. The work is focused on achieving two joint outcomes: increasing success for young people in math and social and emotional learning and increasing capacity for parents, educators, and program providers to help young people. The first Local Improvement Network pilot is underway in the Renton Innovation Zone with a second pilot site launching fall 2019.
About CCER and the Road Map Project
CCER is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization established in 2010 to staff and support the Road Map Project—a cradle-through-college initiative to boost student success in seven King County, Washington school districts: Auburn, Federal Way, Highline, Kent, Renton, (South) Seattle, and Tukwila. Through multisector collaboration with hundreds of organizations and individuals, the Road Map Project aims to increase equitable policies and practices in education systems to eliminate opportunity gaps, and for 70 percent of the region’s students to earn a college degree or career credential by 2030.
- Coordinate the Local Improvement Networks site selection process, including facilitating marketing and communications to districts and schools, and organizing site visits and/or meetings
- Coordinate the Local Improvement Networks work, including developing processes, communicating with partners, and ensuring reporting requirements are met
- Support the Local Improvement Networks meetings, including correspondence, invitations, materials, logistics, and compiling meeting minutes
- Schedule meetings for the Local Improvement Networks, employing exceptional time management skills and timely, courteous communication to a wide variety of partners, including community members, funders, and education and government leaders
- Provide support to the Local Improvement Networks Director to facilitate the flow of work with internal staff and external partners, including developing processes and brainstorming solutions
- Draft documents for the Local Improvement Networks Director, including researching, editing, and producing materials such as reports, handouts, graphics, and presentations in coordination with internal staff and external partners
- Other duties as assigned
Attributes of a successful candidate
- Demonstrated personal commitment to anti-racism work, and a detailed understanding of the challenges and barriers faced by communities because of, and not limited to race, ethnicity, class, ability, immigration status, gender, and their intersections
- A minimum of 2-5 years of experience with project coordination, administrative support, and collaborating with team members in a fast-paced environment with shifting priorities
- Strong and verifiable computer skills including Microsoft Office 365 suite, Adobe Acrobat, record-keeping, and digital research.
- Proactive, deadline-driven self-starter who works well independently and on teams
- Experience facilitating meetings with a variety of stakeholders with competing priorities
- Track record of successfully managing competing priorities using creativity, judgement, and discretion.
- The ability to anticipate needs and find creative solutions
- Excellent verbal and written communication skills
- Ability to be flexible in a dynamic environment where there is a sense of shared leadership and responsibility
- Knowledge of or interest in education issues ranging from early learning through higher education
- Ability to attend local out-of-office meetings
Interested individuals who are representative of–or are from–the Road Map Project region are encouraged to apply.
Our office is located in the Pacific Tower at 1200 12th Avenue South, Suite 701 Seattle, WA 98144. There may be infrequent need to travel locally to support meetings and events.
Compensation and benefits
The salary range for this position is $50,000 to $60,000 annually, depending on experience. Excellent benefits package, including health, vision, dental and life insurance as well as a 401k plan with employer match. CCER is an equal opportunity employer.
Interested applicants should submit the following materials no later than 5:00 p.m. Pacific time on Friday, May 31, 2019. Position will remain open until filled.
- Email: email@example.com
- Subject line: “Local Improvement Networks Partnership Coordinator [Your Last Name]”
- Include where you learned about this position
- Attachments: Cover letter and resume
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