Program Manager

ASAP

Job Summary

Manage the daily implementation of Future Forward program both virtually and in-person . Supervise tutors and assist with training. Coordinate schedules, work with all partner staff, track participant data and submit reports as required.

Position Responsibilities

  • Supervise tutors delivering Future Forward lessons.
  • Coordinate student and tutor schedules.
  • Model reading instruction, observe lessons and review lesson plans and binders.
  • Conduct regular meetings with tutors and Family Engagement Coordinator to ensure communication.
  • Create and use a print-rich literacy environment that is conducive to early reading instruction.
  • Maintain all documentation of program implementation, generate monthly, quarterly, and/or annual reports as requested.
  • Work with teachers, Family Engagement Coordinator, and tutors to ensure caregivers receive information on their children’s progress and to evaluate program progress and share feedback and concerns from parents/ families.
  • Attend all required professional development trainings/workshops.
  • Participate in programs, projects, and special events.
  • Facilitate site visits from Education Analytics team members.
  • Assist program in achieving deliverables and outcomes.
  • Participate in continuing education opportunities as appropriate.
School Type
Public
Position Type
Long-Term
State
WI
School
Future Forward -tutoring program works through Milwaukee Public Schools in Wisconsin
Subject
Administrative
Qualifications

Qualifications 

  • Teaching Certification preferred.
  • At least three years of program management and implementation experience.
  • At least three years’ experience in programming for children in K5-2nd grades.
  • Experience organizing, directing, and coordinating program implementation including supervision, recruitment, and retention.
  • Excellent organizational, communication and team-building skills.
  • High level of creativity and problem-solving ability. 
  • Demonstrated examples of managing through crisis.
  • Basic computer literacy, including ability to learn and utilize new technologies and apply technology to communication, logistics and other key job tasks. (Slack, Zoom, etc.)
  • Ability to inspire and empower student participants, staff and families