Coordinator, Partnerships- Part-Time, Apply by 11.15 (St. Louis)

The Role

At Teach For America-St. Louis, our mission depends on our ability to produce culturally responsive teachers and leaders who consistently work alongside our students and communities to prove what is possible. Our product must be corps members, alumni, and partners who hold personal clarity and conviction about their role in the work for educational equity in our city and our nation. To this end, Teach For America St. Louis is seeking a Coordinator, Partnerships (C, P) who will provide administrative and operational support the Partnerships Team.

The C, P will accomplish this through organizational and operational excellence, development of strong systems and procedures, comment to personal and professional growth as a culturally responsive leader, and excellent written and verbal communication. The C, P will manage and maintain essential operational and compliance systems. This position is also responsible for logistical and administrative support of the corps member hiring and placement processes. This role will work in close collaboration with other members of the St. Louis regional team to the end of educational equity in our city. The C, P will report to the Managing Director, Partnerships.

The Team

St. Louis is home to some of the country’s best free, public institutions including the world-renowned St. Louis Art Museum, a nationally-recognized science center, the Missouri History Museum, one of the country’s best known zoos, and Forest Park—modeled after New York’s Central Park. While natives and transplants alike take great pride in these attractions, one of St. Louis’ biggest and most important free institutions is never ranked among the country’s best—our public school system.

Since legalized segregation in the 1860s to a belated and reluctant enforcement of desegregation in the 1980s, divisions by race and class in St. Louis have led to intergenerational poverty, the decline of our historic communities, and a vast disparity in educational outcomes between students growing up in different zip codes. Today, the average ACT score at Sumner High School—the oldest historically black high school west of the Mississippi—is a 14. Just 10 miles away in the wealthier district of Clayton, the average score at the public high school is 26.

Currently, the St. Louis region must continue to answer the unique call to develop and learn alongside high-quality, culturally responsive teachers and alums working collectively toward educational equity in our broader educational ecosystem. This work is essential to Teach For America – St. Louis’ success in the years to come.

Qualifications:

Responsibilities

[30%] Manage and maintain essential partnerships operation systems and compliance [Salesforce, Placement Tracer, etc.]

  • Track and manage relationship cultivation
  • Manage and ensure accuracy of all district data

[30%] Manage logistics, resources, and provide administrative support for partnerships work streams [CM interview process, resume collection school district and state document collection, certification test passage resources, etc.]

[15%] Coordinate, manage logistics, and provide administrative support for the Regional Recruitment Activity initiative and events

[10%] Support the C, ETO in drafting communications for internal and external audiences

[10%] Engage in ongoing growth and development

[5%] Participate in regional and national events and initiatives [selection, matriculation, etc.]

Requirements

Prior Experience

  • One to three years of work experience

Work Demands

  • Some weekend and evening work required to support events.

Skills

  • Strong organization, planning, and execution
  • Dedication to accuracy and attention to detail
  • Exemplifying core values and a lens of equity and inclusiveness in all work
  • Ability to manage laterally and vertically to achieve goals
  • Strong verbal and written communication skills
  • Demonstrated commitment to customer service orientation
  • Ability to work effectively in a fast-paced, deadline-driven environment, and to juggle several projects at once with a spirit of flexibility and positive outlook

Education

  • Bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience

Apply Now

To be considered for this role, you must submit a resume. Please scroll down to the bottom of the page to find the link to the online application.

Commitment to Diversity and Equal Opportunity Employment Policy

Teach For America encourages individuals of all ethnic, racial, and socioeconomic backgrounds to apply for this position. We are committed to maximizing the diversity of our organization, as we want to engage all those who can contribute to this effort. Learn more about our diversity on staff: www.teachforamerica.org/about-us/careers/life-at-tfa/workforce-diversity-and-inclusiveness.

Teach For America is committed to providing equal employment opportunities to all qualified individuals and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, ethnicity, religion, sex, gender, gender identity and expression, sexual orientation, national origin, disability, age, marital status, veteran status, pregnancy, parental status, genetic information or characteristics (or those of a family member) or any other basis prohibited by applicable law.

This job description reflects Teach For America’s assignment of essential functions and qualifications of the role. Nothing in this herein restricts management’s right to assign, reassign or eliminate duties and responsibilities to this role at any time.


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