The Broad Center is a nonprofit organization that recruits, trains and supports talented leaders from across America to transform urban public-school systems. Our programs—The Broad Academy and The Broad Residency in Urban Education—prepare these professionals to put their skills and know-how to work and make student learning the primary driver of every central office dollar and decision. In public school districts, charter management organizations and state departments of education, more than 500 membersof The Broad Center’s alumni network are working with educators, parents andcommunity leaders to help schools soar. Regardless of the setting, the goal is the same: make public education systems more effective, more efficient and more equitable so that every student receives a world-class education.Our culture and team set us apart; our people are dedicated to driving impact and making a difference every day, and our climate is collaborative and vibrant. Diversity, equity and inclusion are vital to this environment. Our diverse skills, experiences, backgrounds and differing viewpoints lead to stronger ideas and lasting results, and our commitment to the values of equity and inclusion show up inour programs, our partnerships and for our staff.
The deputy director will serve on The Broad Academy team, reporting directly to the director, recruitment and selection. The deputy director will be involved in the development and execution of recruitment and selection strategies and practices for The Broad Academy. The two-year program accelerates the impact of leaders in advancing educational excellence and equity on behalf of the students, families and communities they serve. The deputy director will support recruitment and selection of a diverse cohort of fellows that will participate in five in-person sessions in various locations across the country. Through these sessions,cohort members will learn from and be inspired by experts, veteran educators and each other’s knowledge and experiences about what is possible for students in our nation’s urban public schools.
This position is an individual contributor role based in Los Angeles, California. Travel required for the position is approximately 30 percent.
How To Apply
To apply, please visit https://www.broadcenter.org/about/join-our-team/