TO APPLY: Send your cover letter and resume to Recruitment@cof.org – Subject line: Manager, Leadership
COMPENSATION: Full-time, remote with starting salary range of $82,000 -$92,000. Salary range is based on D.C./DMV area. Compensation will be adjusted for other geographic locations.
The Manager, Leadership will work closely with the Director, Leadership & Training and other team members, to design, develop, and implement equity-centered curriculum and programming for leadership development.
- Manage the development, implementation, and innovation of Career Pathways program to achieve overall program objectives and leadership growth of participants.
- Apply best practices of adult learning and facilitation to design and deliver relevant, equity-centered, and a contemporary Career Pathways program.
- Continuously review participant and facilitator feedback regarding sessions and incorporate learnings into ongoing leadership programming.
- Manage the workplans and schedules of leadership development projects and programs.
- Manage Career Pathways program cohort application process, plus participant communication and outreach.
- Manage the programming and engagement opportunities for Career Pathways alumni.
- Coordinate the evaluation and learning process for Career Pathways and other leadership development programs; utilize application tools to track and report on success metrics.
- Assist in the development of leadership programs’ budget; monitor routinely to ensure program stays within approved budget.
- Coordinate the contracting process for coaches, facilitators and identified vendors.
- Coordinate logistics for virtual and in-person events, with a focus on engaging and welcoming participant experience.
- Collaborate with colleagues across the organization, in support of leadership development program sponsorship, execution and evaluation.
- Support Salesforce management, including data entry and maintenance of program and participant information.
- Stay abreast of the best practices and trends in the sector, as well as leadership development, adult learning, and facilitation.
- Bachelor’s degree or 2 years of education and 3 years of job-related experience. 5 - 7 years’ experience in program design, group facilitation, and adult learning
SKILLS AND COMPETENCIES
- Strong understanding of the philanthropic and charitable sector or desire to learn.
- Strong understanding and demonstrated experience in programming with a lens of diversity, and equity, inclusion.
- Excellent group facilitation skills, both virtual and in-person.
- Ability to build relationships and foster connections with a broad range of people.
- Ability to maintain discretion and confidentiality.
- Strong project management skills, ability to meet deadlines.
- Strong attention to detail and accuracy.
- Excellent verbal and written communication skills, including presentation.
- Ability to identify and solve problems efficiently and quickly.
- Ability to toggle between working independently and as part of a diverse team.
- Excellent interpersonal skills, and ability to work positively with a range working styles, and individuals (i.e., staff, board, members and vendors).
- Experience with learning management systems, preferably Moodle.
- Experience with customer relationship management systems, preferably Salesforce.
- Intermediate to advanced skills in Microsoft Office 365 applications.
WHAT WE OFFER
- Comprehensive health care – employee coverage is 100% paid by Council.
- Health, vision and dental care options for domestic partners, spouses, and families.
- Flexible spending accounts.
- Life insurance and short- and long-term disability.
- 403 (b) retirement plan with generous employer contribution.
- Flexible leave and vacation policies.
- Observe 13 holidays and an annual wellness week and winter break.
- An annual professional development budget to develop your skills.