YouthTruth Partnerships Lead
San Francisco, CA
We believe, and research shows, that student and stakeholder feedback matters for school improvement and student success. That’s why, in 2008, we created YouthTruth – to help educators harness student and stakeholder feedback to accelerate improvements. We’ve heard from over 650,000 students as well as thousands family and staff members, across 38 states and four countries. We’ve coached thousands of education leaders through the process of receiving and acting on high-quality feedback data, and are rapidly growing.
To help us scale and deepen our impact, we are looking for someone who:
- Is passionate about improving school systems and believes that student and stakeholder feedback can improve education.
- Can draw insights from data and coach others to use data to guide decision-making.
- Enjoys connecting with education leaders and is comfortable with sales and public speaking.
- Is energized by traveling around the country for meetings and conferences.
If this sounds like you, you would be tasked with helping our partnerships and outreach team develop new partnerships, strengthen existing relationships, and deliver professional development coaching to deepen clients’ engagement with and utility of YouthTruth data. Reporting to the Director of Partnerships and Outreach, you would work collaboratively with the full YouthTruth team as well as staff in other departments at The Center for Effective Philanthropy (CEP), YouthTruth’s parent nonprofit.
What we’re looking for:
- A minimum of three years of relevant professional experience and a Bachelor’s degree.
- Experience either working in schools or with schools in a sales, consulting, or similar role.
- Outstanding and persuasive verbal and written communication skills. Strong writing ability with a keen attention to detail.
- Experience managing multiple deadlines while adapting quickly and confidently in a fast-paced environment.
- Comfort and ease with national travel during busy conference and client presentation seasons, including some weekend travel. This position will require up to 30% travel.
- Comfort with ambiguity and ability to remain flexible in response to business needs of a rapidly growing organization.
- A self-starter capable of working independently and collaboratively, motivated by team goals.
- Possesses a work ethic consistent with our culture: thoughtful; sharp attention to detail; track record of being highly organized, responsive, and team-oriented; ability to accurately set and consistently meet commitments; proven success in a fast-paced environment; commitment to client confidentiality. Demonstrates the highest level of personal integrity and commitment to excellence.
Our nonprofit model is central to our identity: our bottom line is impact, not profit. Yet even as a nonprofit, we successfully compete for top talent across both the public and private sectors and offer competitive compensation and benefits through our parent organization, The Center for Effective Philanthropy, including:
- Competitive salary.
- Performance based incentive compensation plan.
- Comprehensive health and dental insurance plans.
- Generous paid time off plan, including up to 15 holidays, two weeks of accrued vacation, and two personal days per year.
- 401(k) plan with a 1:1 Employer Match up to 5% of total compensation.
- Generous annual personal professional development allowance.
- Flexible spending and dependent care tax free savings plans.
- Life insurance covered 100% by the organization.
We believe diversity and inclusion are key drivers of creativity and innovation, and we actively seek out candidates from many types of diverse backgrounds to apply for this exciting role.
We have offices in Cambridge, Massachusetts and San Francisco, California, where the entire YouthTruth team resides (and enjoys sweeping views of San Francisco bay and the Bay Bridge). We enjoy each other’s company, and our ping pong table gets a lot of use.
Please fill out our application for employment and attach a resume and thoughtful cover letter, outlining how your skills and experience meet the qualifications of the position. If you have any questions, please contact Alyse d’Amico, Director of Human Capital and Special Assistant to the President or Leaha Wynn, Senior Coordinator, Human Capital at jobs [at] effectivephilanthropy [dot] org. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis.
CEP is an equal opportunity employer.