The Associate Director is responsible for the development, oversite and implementation of PAI’s Business of Hospitality Program, providing career and educational experiences with partner high schools and developing relationships with local, regional and national hospitality sector industry partners. The Associate Director is responsible for maintaining and growing relationships with the multiple schools that PAI serves, working closely with school administration and teachers to ensure clear communication, partnership and support. The Associate Director is tasked with managing and developing a team (currently three staff members), and to work with them to design and implement a variety of scaffolded Work-Based Learning experiences, including career preparation activities, college exposure events, Master Classes, internship opportunities, etc. In addition, the Associate Director maintains a close relationship with funders to ensure grant goals and milestones are being met. The Associate Director reports to the Senior Program Director.
To see the full job posting, please click here: Associate Director, Business of Hospitality – Philadelphia Academies, Inc.
The Data Coach and School Supports Specialist is responsible for providing coaching and technical assistance to partner schools in data utilization and intervention planning strategies, as well as implementing supportive practices for 9th grade students. The Data Coach and School Supports Specialist works as part of a team of professionals, and reports to the Associate Director of Data Supports and Evaluation.
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The School Supports Specialist is responsible for both student-facing and teacher-facing supports for the thirteen schools in PAI’s 9th Grade Success Network. On the student-facing side, this position is responsible for orchestrating career panels and college panels at all high schools in the 9th Grade Success Network in an effort to help ninth graders gain a clearer vision for their futures and motivation for keeping up with their current school work. To support teachers, the School Supports Specialist will also curate and/or write a series of eight to ten “Freshman Seminar”-type lessons to support ninth grade teachers with easy-to-deploy lessons on essential skills and knowledge for success in high school. The School Supports Specialist will also support the greater 9th Grade Success Network team in professional development planning, event logistics, facilitation support during professional learning sessions, and general organization and planning support. The School Supports Specialist will report to the Associate Director of Data Supports and Evaluation.
To see the full job posting, please click here: School Supports Specialist Position (Full-Time) 6-2021