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Chief Learning Officer

Posted on Jan 24, 2019 by On-Ramps

Boston, MA 02101
Senior Appointments
Immediate Start
Annual Salary
Full-Time

The employer is from EDUCATION sector.

  • As a member of the TPP executive team, contribute to the development and implementation of the overall organizational vision and strategy, ensuring that all departments and activities are well coordinated and lead to a compelling and impactful student experience
  • Contribute to TPP's ongoing commitment to cultural competency development and training
  • Serve as a mentor and role model for all team members, supporting a culture of learning, feedback, and continuous improvement
  • Collaborate with the Community Development, Social Enterprises, and Pathways teams, serving as a strong internal and external voice for TPP and its work, effectively communicating TPP's successes and value proposition to a variety of audiences, with the ultimate goal of accelerating impact
  • Play a major role in community and school development in relation to further expansion into Boston in the Fall of 2020, and identify opportunities for cross collaboration with current and prospective partner organizations
  • Drive the departmental budget development process and oversee ongoing reporting to ensure strong accountability
  • Work with the Vice President of Evaluation and Learning to publish papers and increase awareness of The Possible Project across the country, and thus, the organization's impact
  • Broaden TPP's access and exposure to leading thinkers and leaders within the education sector through networking and contributions at conferences/professional forums
  • In addition to sitting on the executive leadership team, the CLO will also serve as a member of the Program Project Team and Social Enterprises Project Team, helping to launch the new Innovation Center in the Fall of 2020
  • 15+ years of relevant professional experience with progressively increasing responsibility, in education and/or youth development organizations, with a successful track record as a Principal, Chief Program Officer, VP Program, or VP Education, working within a relevant educational context (school or non-profit program) serving low income communities​
  • Experience leveraging innovative approaches in student-directed and/or experiential learning techniques
  • Demonstrated success in visioning, creating, and executing programs in non-profit institutions or businesses, particularly start-ups
  • Direct experience managing educators and/or youth development staff delivering relevant programming, with a track record of preparing adults for roles in classrooms or other instructional environments
  • Track record of exceptional curriculum development and pedagogy delivery, aligned with the outputs of The Possible Project logic model
  • A Master's degree in education or a related area is preferred

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