Saturday, March 9, 2013

Managing Director, Teacher Leadership Development (Charleston, SC) position at Teach For America in Charleston

Teach For America is presently looking of Managing Director, Teacher Leadership Development (Charleston, SC) on Sat, 09 Mar 2013 22:03:01 GMT. Managing Director, Teacher Leadership Development (Charleston, SC) Primary Location : SC-Charleston Team : Regional Teams Description In order to build an unstoppable movement to ensure educational excellence for all, Teach For America is seeking Managing Directors of Teacher Leadership Development (MD, TLD) in multiple regions. An MD, TLD leads a team of staff members charged with...

Managing Director, Teacher Leadership Development (Charleston, SC)

Location: Charleston, South Carolina

Description: Teach For America is presently looking of Managing Director, Teacher Leadership Development (Charleston, SC) right now, this position will be designated in South Carolina. More details about this position opportunity kindly read the description below. Primary Location

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SC-Charleston

Team

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Regional! Teams

Description

In order to build an unstoppable movement to ensure educational excellence for all, Teach For America is seeking Managing Directors of Teacher Leadership Development (MD, TLD) in multiple regions. An MD, TLD leads a team of staff members charged with ensuring that the students in corps members' classrooms are on fundamentally different trajectories as a result of that experience, and that their corps members and other partners are inspired to become lifelong advocates for educational equity. Depending on the size of their team, MD, TLDs are in a position to impact the success of between 8,000 and 34,000 students.

Managing directors are senior leaders on their regional teams, ensuring that the region achieves its student achievement, corps member retention, and stewardship goals, in pursuit of their vision. The MD, TLD also supports the development and execution of critical efforts around diversity and inclusiveness for the team.! Finally, MDs support their regional leadership teams in reach! ing development, alumni engagement, and human assets goals, in pursuit of their regional vision. The MD, TLD reports to the Executive Director and is a member of the senior leadership team.

Primary Responsibilities

Lead Transformational Change in our Classrooms

Hold a compelling vision focused on maximizing the region's impact on students' immediate academic success and long-term opportunities in life

Inspire your team to internalize the possibility of achieving ambitious goals related to student outcomes, realize their potential to set students on a dramatically different life trajectory, and claim their role as leaders in the movement for educational equity (10%)

Work closely with regional leadership to shape and enact your region's strategy to bring its vision to life and achieve ambitious goals (10%)

Cultivate good judgment in your team about trends and causes in classrooms (10%)

Lead your team to take actio! ns that result in significant changes in classrooms, thereby demonstrating results and putting kids on a life path that gives them the same opportunities as their more affluent peers (15%)

Develop a Successful Teacher Leadership Development Team

Cultivate, hire, and coach and develop a strong team (25%)

Ground your team in the region's vision and goals, and enable them to plan and execute successfully toward them (15%)

Create an inspiring and inclusive team and corps culture, grounded in the core values (10%)

Fuel the Movement for Educational Equity

Establish and maintain diverse school district and community partnerships that drive toward a common vision, goals, and values

Actively work to build authentic relationships with all stakeholders, and to realize our commitment to diversity and inclusiveness

Encourage staff and corps members to regularly reflect upon and strive towards maximizing their impact!

Cultivate corps members and alumni in order to support a robu! st talent pipeline for staff positions in the region and throughout Teach For America (5%)

Know and Grow Yourself as a Leader

Hold a clear, personal vision for impact and how it relates to your goals

Seek ways to expand your impact, based on reflection and feedback

Sustain yourself in this work and model this for your team and corps members

Qualifications

Demonstrated Experience

Teach For America corps member experience preferred

5+ years of work experience required

Strong instructional background and successful experience as a teacher

Exemplifying Teach For America's core values

Establishing a vision of excellence and building a culture of achievement

Making informed, timely decisions and using sound judgment to prioritize actions

Developing and cultivating relationships and networks in order to achieve results

Analyzing data to draw accurate conclu! sions and to inform team management approach

Managing others to effectively track tasks, assess progress, and follow through on the execution of plans

Being intentional in their own learning and development

Bachelor's degree required

Approach to Work

Vision-centered, with ability to balance strong outcomes-orientation

Operating with urgency and sense of possibility

Great at connecting and building deep relationships with all types of people in all types of contexts

Excited about spending time coaching and developing people

When things are extremely busy with lots of competing priorities, makes smart choices about what to prioritize and what matters most

Professional maturity

Apply Now

Apply now at

https://teachforamerica.taleo.net/careersection/01/jobdetail.ftl?&job=13055

For more information, please contact staffing@teachforamerica.org or visit
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www.teachforamerica.org/careers

Benefits and Salary
Salary for this position is competitive and depends on prior experience. In addition, a comprehensive benefits package is included. Learn more at www.teachforamerica.org/benefitspackage.

Anti-Discrimination Policy and Commitment to Diversity

Teach For America seeks individuals of all ethic and racial backgrounds to apply for this position. We are committed to maximizing the diversity of our organization, as we want to engage all those who can contribute to this effort. Learn more about our diversity on staff: www.teachforamerica.org/staff-diversity.

This job description reflects Teach For America's assignment of essential functions and qualifications of the role. Nothing in this herein restricts management's right to assign reassign or eliminate duties and responsibilities to this role at any time.
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If you were eligible to this position, please give us your resume, with salary requirements and a resume to Teach For America.

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This position will be started on: Sat, 09 Mar 2013 22:03:01 GMT



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