Job Openings: Multiple Positions, New Leaders for New Schools (NYC)
- Join the New Leaders for New Schools' team!
As we continue to grow and thrive, we seek talented individuals who
are committed to New Leaders' mission - to foster high levels of
academic achievement for every child by attracting, preparing, and
supporting the next generation of outstanding principals for our
nation's urban public schools.
Read below for more details and links to job descriptions. Each job
description includes instructions on how to apply.
Do you have any questions? Would you like to nominate someone who
you think would be a perfect candidate for a New Leaders for New
Schools staff position? Contact Jen Chau, National Staffing
Associate via email at jchau@....
The following positions are currently open:
National-Level Positions (based in New York City)
Bookkeeper/Finance and Adminstrative Assistant - This position will
report directly to the Accountant and will also work closely with
and support the entire Finance Team. The critical work objectives
for this full-time position include: bookkeeping, managing the
general ledger, cash reporting, vendor relationships, bank
reconciliation, and H. R. benefit plans.
Chief of Staff - The Chief of Staff is responsible for working with
the CEO to develop, track, and support the goals, strategies, and
workplan of the New Leaders Board of Directors, National Management
Team (NMT), and CEO Team. This position will serve as a senior-level
advisor to the CEO.
Chief Program Officer - The Chief Program Officer of New Leaders for
New Schools is responsible for the design and implementation of the
entire New Leaders for New Schools training and support model --
from recruiting and admissions to the Foundations coursework to the
Residency internship and finally to the support of new principals on
the job. (http://nlns.org/NLWeb/resources/pos_descr_CPO.pdf)
Data and Assessment Coach - The Data and Assessment Coach is
responsible for designing and managing a process for using interim
student achievement data as part of an on-going effort to focus
instruction, use data to modify instruction, identify at risk
students, and plan interventions that initiate an on-going cycle of
gathering data and modifying instruction.
Deputy Director of Cities - The Deputy Director of Cities will work
with the Chief Cities Officer to create systems and tools to support
the work of all local Executive Directors and city teams in each
local program city for New Leaders for New Schools.
Deputy Director of Development - The Deputy Director for Development
will collaborate with the National Director of Development and CEO
in implementing strategies to increase income for New Leaders for
New Schools. (http://nlns.org/NLWeb/resources/pos_descr_Dep-Dir-
Deputy Director of Program Design - The Deputy Director of Program
Design is a key support for the Director of Program Design in
designing the New Leaders program from "end to end" - admissions
through principal support.
Director of Coach Development - The Director of Coach Development
will assist the National Director of Principal Support and Coaching
(NDPSC) with all support and development activities for Leadership
Director of Principal Support and Coaching - This position will
assist the National Director for Principal Support and Coaching in
supporting and developing Leadership Coaches who serve as the main
staff charged with ensuring the success of New Leaders Residents and
Post-Residents (during their Residency training year and in their
first two Principalship years) in improving academic achievement for
all children in their schools.
Director of Program Design - The Director of Program Design is
responsible for the overall design of the New Leaders program
from "end to end" - admissions through principal support. The DPD
works with the program team (and other teams) to ensure the
selection criteria, principal leadership competencies, Foundations
curriculum, residency materials, coaching tools, mentor principal
materials, New Leaders assessment tools, dismissal policy, post-
residency modules, and any other initiatives are aligned around a
cogent and consistent theory of development.
National Coaching Associate - The National Coaching Associate
supports the National Director of Principal Support and Coaching
(and entire coaching team). Responsible for travel and logistics for
the NDPSC as well as overall functioning and logistics of the entire
National Director of the Assessment Initiative - The National
Director of the Assessment Initiative is responsible for designing
and managing the Assessment Initiative, focusing primarily on
helping New Leaders access and use high quality diagnostic and
National Director of Curriculum - The National Director of
Curriculum leads the team that plans and executes Foundations - the
national year-long curriculum and training events for all New
Leaders in their Residency year. This includes a six-week summer
training and four week-long trainings during the year.