Director of Beyond the Cliff Training and Employment Engagement will be responsible for leading and implementing benefits cliff training and education efforts, recruiting and supporting employers in mitigation strategies, and assisting with launching and supporting MOBC’s national collective learning network. This position will also contribute to Beyond the Cliff’s launch and program implementation, learning network recruitment, marketing and campaign materials, and efforts for federal advocacy. The director leads Beyond the Cliff efforts to educate and train employers; assists employers with developing strategies to aid employees in mitigating and ascending the benefits cliff. The director also supports monthly network meetings/trainings and biannual national symposia; helps to establish agendas, enlist speakers, and facilitate work.Learn More
The Dean of Academics of 5th – 8th grade ELA will lead the vision for excellent reading and writing instruction in grades 5-8 while working closely with the team of Deans of Academics from other grade levels and content areas to create and maintain a vertically and horizontally aligned vision for Curriculum and Instruction at East End Prep. The Dean of Academics of 5th – 8th grade ELA is responsible for coaching and developing all 5th – 8th Grade ELA teachers (8 total) to deliver aligned, consistent, and rigorous reading and writing instruction that drives high student achievement and manages and leads the implementation of the Achievement First Curriculum. As leader of this team, this position is responsible for creating accessible and inclusive environments that ensure that all students are equitably equipped with the college and career supports they need most.Learn More
We received two years of additional funding from the Kresge Foundation to launch a new initiative called Beyond the Cliff that will increase universal awareness of the benefits cliff, mobilize employers to mitigate cliff effects, and establish a learning community of organizations from across the country to collaborate on tackling the benefits cliff and to work together to develop and advocate for a unified vision of change. The Senior Director of Beyond the Cliff will be responsible for leading and implementing this national effort to expand awareness of the benefits cliff crisis, support employers in mitigation strategies, and develop a collective learning network. The position will provide strategic vision to Beyond the Cliff, overseeing its launch and program implementation, partner and employer recruitment, marketing and campaign materials, and efforts for federal advocacy. In addition, the Senior Director will supervise the Director of Benefits Cliff Training and Employer Engagement.Learn More
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