The Schott Foundation is a national public fund serving as a bridge between philanthropic partners and advocates to build movements to provide all students an opportunity to learn.
Our mission is to develop and strengthen a broad-based and representative movement to achieve fully-resourced, quality PreK-12 public education.
ABOUT THE POSITION
The Director, National Opportunity to Learn Network, will work closely with grantees and external stakeholders to cultivate and support effective campaigns focused on building systems to provide all students an opportunity to learn through philanthropic support and other strategic capacity building supports. The Director will be a critical leader, visionary, and partner to the Senior Vice President of Programs & Advocacy in the achievement of Schott’s vision of a best-in-class education and social justice philanthropy that is integrated and intersectional in its approaches and fully aligned in its culture, operations, and systems. S/he/they will work to position Schott internally and externally as a leading force for change in alignment with grantees and other philanthropic partners to effectively respond to national and international challenges with urgency and impact
HOW TO APPLY
Click here for more information or to apply. How to apply: Please email your resume and a substantive cover letter to [email protected] Be sure to include “Director, National OTL Network” in the subject line.
The recruitment is open until filled. The priority deadline for applications is Wednesday, August 18, 2021.