We’re Hiring – The Partnership is looking for a Manager of Collaborative Action

June 21, 2022

Spread the word: We're looking for a Manager of Collaborative Action to help Community-based Partners unite around bold, transformative, collaborative strategies to achieve educational equity.

This full-time position is dedicated to advancing the Partnership’s goal to close educational equity gaps in a specific region of Marin County as well as coordinating the San Rafael High School Success Network. The Manager will be responsible for the coordination of the San Rafael Success Network, a site-based collective impact group dedicated to increasing educational equity in College & Career outcomes. In close partnership with the Director of College & Career, this position will provide a high level of facilitation, data, and partner engagement support and leadership to the San Rafael High School Success Network. Most importantly, this position is responsible for ensuring that the partners in the San Rafael Success Network feel united and challenged to pursue bold, transformative strategies.

The Manager will also be responsible for providing a high level of administrative, data, and partner engagement support as the Backbone team works to implement the Partnership’s strategic plan. As a result, the Manager will own all relevant Google Drive folders, calendars, and communications and support Directors on the Backbone team to track and monitor progress in continuous improvement using Results Based Accountability, and collect and produce data, visualizations, meeting tools, and communications. Additionally, the Manager will be asked to step in as a co-facilitator as needed.

If you know anyone who has the skills required for this position and is a passionate advocate for educational equity, please share this job description and encourage them to connect with Cameron Hunter (cameron@marinpromisepartnership.org).

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