Stronger Consulting is partnering with The Broad Center in Los Angeles to recruit a dedicated, innovative Deputy Director, Alumni & Network Impact (ANI). Working closely with a passionate, high-achieving network of more than 800 alumni across the country, we are looking for leaders who are striving to transform education for children across America.
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We prepare and support remarkable, dedicated professionals who create conditions to empower good teachers to do great work so all students can learn and thrive.
For 15 years, The Broad Center has been at the center of our nation’s efforts to provide every student with a world-class public education. At our core, we believe every public school system should be and can be an engine of excellence and equity. America’s students deserve nothing less.
Doing this work requires diverse leadership by team members who share the same belief. This belief is paramount to the team at The Broad Center, and we are inspired to make a difference by creating a growing network of experienced leaders and managers who are rising to this challenge.
Our work will be done when every family in every community can send their child to a great public school that meets that student’s every need. Until then, our team and our alumni network won’t rest.
For more information, visit our website at www.broadcenter.org.
What We Do
The Broad Center is a nonprofit organization that recruits, trains and supports talented leaders from across America to transform urban public school systems. Our programs—The Broad Academy and The Broad Residency in Urban Education—prepare these professionals to put their skills and know-how to work and make student learning the primary driver of every central office dollar and decision. In public school districts, charter management organizations and state departments of education, more than 800 members of The Broad Center’s network are working with educators, parents and community leaders to help schools soar. Regardless of the setting, Broad Center alumni are aligned around a common vision: creating the kinds of environments that enable teachers to do great work and students of all backgrounds to learn and thrive.
The Alumni & Network Impact (“ANI”) team is dedicated to supporting this vision by increasing the impact of alumni individually and collectively. Specifically, ANI focuses on creating impactful learning experiences, and providing career support and development. Through a portfolio approach (e.g., best-in-class coaching, study-trips, content rich convenings) they deliver opportunities for alumni to collaborate, share best practices, continue learning, and remain inspired.
About the Position
This is an ideal opportunity for someone with a passion for increasing student achievement for children all across this nation by transforming urban public education systems. This position will be responsible for direct network member support, development and implementation of strategies, systems and processes to increase high-quality individual career supports and professional development, while building for scale of an increasingly growing alumni community.
Our mission is to positively impact millions of children by improving K-12 public education. This is a difficult mission and requires the dedication of tireless, creative, smart people who enjoy operating in a fast-paced environment. The ideal candidate is a self-motivated, over-achiever with strong initiative who thrives on a small team as an individual contributor and team member.
What You’ll Own
This role supports the ongoing growth and impact of our program alumni in a number of ways, including:
Direct Alumni Support
Build and maintain strong relationships with alumni consisting of CEOs / superintendents and cabinet-level leaders in urban school districts, charter management organizations, state departments of education and other K-12 educational organizations
Talent: Career, Professional Development and Engagement Services
Strategic Planning, Special Projects and Project Management
What You’ll Need
What We Offer
Join our team
As a member of The Broad Center team, you’ll work alongside sharp, driven colleagues who have a sense of humor matched with generosity of spirit.
We will only contact applicants chosen for further consideration.
An Equal Opportunity Employer. The Broad Center does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, ethnic or national origin (including associational and perception-based discrimination based on national origin), age, disability, gender, sexual orientation or other characteristic covered by law with regard to employment opportunities.
The Broad Center is committed to providing equal access and opportunities to candidates with legally recognizable disabilities. We will make our best effort to provide reasonable accommodations at every stage of the application process. Disclosing a disability or requesting a need for accommodations is a separate and distinct process from selection and will have no bearing on a candidate’s application status. If you need to request an accommodation or have any questions regarding our disability accommodations policy, please contact us.