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100Kin10
Community Program Coordinator

 

About 100Kin10

100Kin10 is a non-profit organization committed to recruiting, training, and retaining 100,000 excellent science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) teachers by 2021. Since our founding in 2011, we’ve built a hyper-charged network of 280 best-in-class organizations from across sectors, each of which has committed to contributing to the shared goal and to learning and collaborating to solve the big, systemic challenges that are standing in our way. You can read more about us here.

 

About the Community Team

The ultimate goal of the community team is to move partners towards long-term collaborative projects that address the underlying systemic challenges to our nation’s STEM teacher shortage.

We do that by collecting data about our partners to understand their needs, motivations, behaviors, and goals. We use this data to segment our partners into sub-groups that are ripe for collaborative project work. Once segmented, we develop bespoke email and communications campaigns that are designed to pique their interest in short-term opportunities for light engagement (i.e. one-off virtual and in-person learning events) as well as inspire deeper commitments to long-term collaborative projects with their fellow partners (i.e. “Project Teams”).

We consider ourselves to be community organizers, who use a wide variety of skills to do our work well: experience design, data management and analysis, marketing and communications, and program design & management.

 

About the Opportunity: Community Program Coordinator

We’re seeking a self-motivated and ambitious fourth member of the Community Team. Your role is to project manage, coordinate, and provide logistical support for our most crucial core functions:

You will be the connective tissue for our work -- working across all of our core functions to ensure a seamless and delightful experience for our partners as they deepen their engagement with the network.

Over time--and after successfully mastering your core tasks and adding value to our team --you will be supported in identifying the aspects of the work that you are most passionate about, and grow/mold your work and role accordingly.
 

Specific responsibilities include:

Partner Collaboration: Project Management (30%)

In 2016, we developed a new initiative (“Project Teams”) whereby our partner organizations collaborate on time-bound, outcomes-driven projects over the course of 6-months. You will staff these collaborations, helping to hold participating partners accountable to the project plans they have set forth for their work.

Virtual and In-Person Events: Project Management & Logistics (30%)

We host monthly virtual events and quarterly in-person events for our partners. The efficacy of our events comes down to the details -- and you’ll be in charge of making sure nothing falls through the cracks as we execute.

Data: Collection and Management (15%)

You’ll help us ensure that  all of our information about partners is up to date and organized so that we can put it to use and support partners in even stronger ways.

Communications: Email Strategy & Execution (15%)

You’ll manage all of our email processes--ensuring that of our overarching email strategy is implemented with excellence.

Team Logistics (10%)

 

WHO YOU ARE


What to Expect at 100Kin10

At 100Kin10, we’re working on a big, hairy, audacious goal. Rather than intimidate us, it inspires and nourishes us, and pushes us to achieve large, impactful accomplishments. Halfway into our ten-year effort, we’re on track to reach our 100,000 excellent STEM teacher goal. STEM education is an issue critical to our nation and world’s future, and we’re laser-focused on providing America’s classrooms with the educators who will inspire our next generation of problem solvers.

We value hard and high-quality work – but we also value our fellow team members as individuals. We provide the space for rest, rejuvenation, and self-care, both on a regular basis and for special occasions; and we take the time to celebrate and recognize the significant milestones and moments in our personal lives. We thrive from continuous learning and dedicate 10% of employee time to take on, explore, or think deeply about something that interests you about our mission but isn’t on your “task list”.

We are a team of smart and talented individuals, intrinsically motivated to address one of our nation’s most critical needs, and we constantly learn from and with one another, building on the rich experience and expertise inherent in our colleagues. Laughter and jokes are a part of nearly every encounter, as high spirits and a fun personality are common characteristics at 100Kin10.

Commitment to diversity is one of 100Kin10’s core values as we work to foster an inclusive work environment. We cannot do our work or achieve our goals without collaboration between people with diverse skillsets and backgrounds. That’s why we intentionally recruit staff with varied backgrounds, cultures, histories, and values to create the rich and vibrant team we need to tackle wicked problems. We encourage candidates with non-traditional backgrounds to apply and to include and describe parallel or equivalent experience wherever appropriate.

 

HOW WILL WE KNOW YOU’RE THE RIGHT PERSON FOR THE ROLE?

Please complete the following very simple application. Priority will be given to those applications submitted by Wednesday, March 8th; therefore we encourage you to submit yours soon!

Candidates who meet the minimum experience will be invited to complete a set of short answer questions.  

The overall hiring process will look follow this anticipated timeline:



 

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