There are four primary areas of responsibility for the Program Manager
Administrative Support for the Executive Director
Ensure that all communications with consortium schools, Board members, School Contacts, Members, and other key contacts are professional, timely, and strengthen the tie between One Schoolhouse and the entity. Schedule meetings for the Executive Director and President of the Board. Provide general administrative support for the Executive Director: prepare expense reports, draft documents, plan travel, support communications, etc., as assigned. Support special events and projects for the Executive Director.
Board Support (Minutes, Meetings, etc.)
Board, Board Committee, and Member Meetings: Draft agendas; Develop a meeting schedule; Plan for meeting space, food, beverage, and audio/visual support, as needed; Track attendance; Prepare and distribute materials; Create a communications schedule; Act as a liaison to the Executive Director; Draft minutes for all meetings and gain approval from Chairs and the Executive Director; and Maintain documents.
General Program Support
Support general file management for administration of the program. Manage phone system and conference lines. Upload and download from registration system to learning management system. Provide general help and support for participant’s general questions. Answer phone during business hours.
Database Management and Support
Assist in student grade reporting and student record management – upload of report cards to management system. Explore prospective consortium schools and add to the consortium database. Update records of existing consortium schools.
About One Schoolhouse
One Schoolhouse is a 501(c)3, non-profit organization that aims to empower learning and to transform education. The organization does this through an innovative online learning program and by providing high-quality professional resources (including online professional development courses). As of June 2016, One Schoolhouse has ninety-six consortium schools across North America, and more than two-hundred schools worldwide took part in One Schoolhouse programs in the 2015-2016 academic year. Please visit http://www.oneschoolhouse.org/ for more information about the organization.
The One Schoolhouse team is positive, forward-looking, fun-loving, and supportive. We are looking for candidates who will add to an exceptionally good work environment. Those who tend to see opportunities before problems, who are able to laugh at themselves, and who embrace solutions over process will find success in this working environment.
One Schoolhouse does not discriminate on the basis of race, sex, color, pregnancy, religion, creed, ethnic or national origin, gender identification, citizenship status, physical or mental disability, age, marital status, sexual orientation, genetic predisposition, domestic violence victim status, military status or status as a disabled veteran or as a veteran of the Vietnam era or any other protected category under applicable local, state or federal law.
Travel, Physical & Availability Requirements
The Program Manager should expect to travel to full-staff and Board meetings outside of Washington. The Program Manager position is located in an office, and thus a successful candidate should be able to work at a computer for long periods of time. The Program Manger will need to have some availability on nights and weekends around program start dates, in order to help with questions and on-boarding of students and participants.
Central office in Washington, DC.
A bachelors’ degree and experience working with a non-profit organization are preferred. Applicants should be proficient in computing skills (MS Word, Excel, etc.), have excellent written and oral communication skills, and have a positive attitude and an earnest interest in building relationships and providing good customer service to our members and partners. Applicants should also be able to manage time effectively, and have strong organizational skills.
Full-time, non-exempt position
Salary Range: $43,000-47,000
Benefits: Full-time employees are eligible to participate in the School’s 403(b) plan and health and dental plans. Full-time employees are encouraged to use their twenty-five PTO days. In addition to annual PTO, the employee will have paid holidays in accordance with the School’s annual calendar.