Customized Services Director

Location: Las Vegas, NV

Type: Full Time

Min. Experience: Manager/Supervisor

Partners in School Innovation (PSI) is transforming education in profound ways by training and empowering change agents to close the gap in school and student achievement. Through our collaboration with teachers and schools, Partners has impacted over 30,000 students by providing an enriching and thriving environment for every student, regardless of background.

Partners is looking for exceptional people to scale our transformative approach, reaching more than 50% of US students of color living in poverty by 2022.

The Customized Services Director at Partners in School Innovation  (Partners) is responsible for exceptional delivery and execution of customized services to selected schools and districts. The CSD will co-design and deliver discrete products and services for clients to ensure coherence and alignment of customized support with Partners’ approach.

IN THIS INDIVIDUAL CONTRIBUTOR ROLE, YOU’LL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR…

Providing targeted support and consultation to District and School Leaders, including:

  • Co-designing and Facilitating Instructional Leadership Networks in multiple school districts.
  • Delivering strong front of room leadership facilitation as well as small group support to participants.
  • Working with clients to co-plan customized session objectives, scope and sequence.
  • School transformation and school design coaching and facilitation.
  • Annual goal setting and planning.
  • Implementation of Results-Oriented Cycles of Inquiry.
  • Data analysis.
  • Professional development and instructional planning.
  • Partnering with national staff to design services based on Partners’ school transformation approach; marketing services to targeted customers; managing and delivering products and services.

Service Delivery

  • Program Development
  • Adjusting or refining customized support content and tools for different school and district personnel while maintaining a consistent “look” and “feel” for Partner’s materials, determining the best ways to package our products for broader distribution.
  • Ensuring that customized support offerings are informed by and developed on current practice in education, adult learning and related fields.
  • Contributing to the overall advancement of Partners’ approach through regular examination of program effectiveness and determining solutions/designs that will increase demand for customized support.
  • Strategy and Business Development
  • Developing and maintaining relationships with existing and potential clients to secure business.
  • Collaborating to create annual strategies for the implementation of national customized support services and projects.
  • Providing strategic input into revenue targets,  service offerings, target customers, marketing requirements and staffing resources needed to meet objectives.
  • Contributing to the writing of proposals, contracts and executive summaries for customized services.

YOU’LL COME WITH…

  • Proven experience as a high-performing site and/or district administrator.
  • ELL and culturally responsive teaching and learning expertise highly valued.
  • Advanced degree in education or related field.
  • Administrative Credential.
  • Proven experience as a high-performing educational executive, principal or instructional coach  (minimum three years in the classroom).
  • Experience designing, developing and delivering effective professional development for adults.
  • Demonstrated knowledge of and experience contributing to effective systems-level reform.
  • Excellent presentation and facilitation skills.
  • Demonstrated aptitude for collecting, analyzing and using data to inform planning.

YOUR PROFILE…

  • A great communicator and coach. You actively listen and ask smart questions. You’re an articulate speaker. You know how to be candid and kind at the same time, and bravely tackle conflicts with a solution-based approach built on facts, empathy and win/win outcomes. You’re able to hold accountability and be supportive at the same time. You get the most out of “what is” while keeping a constant eye to “what can be”, and put impact above being liked.
  • Confident and empowered: you know your stuff, but more importantly, you’re secure in you. You’re not shaken when you don’t know the answer, and are driven by intellectual curiosity and a sense of self-agency.
  • A natural problem solver. You love challenges and aren't easily discouraged. You’re a resilient, proactive strategist; you see roadblocks before you hit them, and look for creative solutions to get the job done. You rely on logic and facts while honoring the behavioral and emotional dynamics of problems.
  • An awesome team member.  A natural at collaborating with a variety of personalities, you get the interrelatedness of what we all do. You enlist your problem solving and communications skills – sprinkling in your high EQ and fun personality- to build strong relationships. You know the importance of leveraging divergent viewpoints for the betterment of the work, and also know when it’s time to graciously move on. You show up strong when your team members need you. You hold your colleagues accountable, and you’re receptive and humble when they hold you accountable.
  • Caring. Your moral compass is strong and you’re highly ethical. Your intentions are transparent and you are well-grounded in integrity and empathy. You’re kind to others, even when it involves intense disagreement.
  • An agile, lifelong learner with a Growth Mindset. You pick things up quickly and think critically; you’re intellectually curious and deeply committed to learning and growing, even when it’s tough-going – you persevere through mistakes and failure.
  • Deep understanding, proficiency and commitment to equity - You understand how race, class, culture and power play out in systemic inequities; you are skilled at communicating and bridge-building across these lines, and you’re deeply committed to the work of systemic equity in our public systems.
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