This posting is for two positions, located in the African American Male Achievement Department at the John Stanford Center for Educational Excellence.
Do you have community-based experience and initiative within the Black Community?
Overview of Position
This posting is for two positions, located in the African American Male Achievement Department. Positions are open until filled. Applicants who apply by Dec 1, will be given first consideration.
SALARY: $101,713.00 – $137,392.00 Annually
The Manager for African American Male Achievement (AAMA) will be responsible for co-planning and implementing new and existing initiatives in collaboration with other divisions and schools that will accelerate academic achievement and eliminate disparities in educational and social outcomes for African American males from grades PreK -12.
This position will work to develop resources and supports centered on meeting the needs of students of color furthest from educational justice, especially African American (AA) males. The focus will be to co-lead strategy development, planning, implementation, and evaluation of AAMA programs and efforts. This role calls for a strategist with strong program development, management, and youth development skills, as well as experience with mentoring AA males. Demonstrated community-based experience and initiative within the Black Community, preferably relating to education and/or economic development, is a key qualification and desire of all applicants.