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
Do you believe that all Nashville students deserve an equitable opportunity to graduate high school and go onto post-secondary education? Do you want to lead a team who purposely partners with schools demonstrating the lowest college-going rates and greatest need? As Senior Director, you will be responsible for leading MOBC’s High School Academic Student Unions (ASUs) which provides low-income, first-generation students with academic and social and emotional supports, post-secondary planning, career exploration, and wrap-around service referrals to ensure successful transitions, retention, and degree attainment. 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
The CFO develops, implements, and manages the operational aspects of the organization's planning, monitoring, and finances. In performing these functions, the CFO sets the parameters, process and time-table for the organization's financial planning and monitoring, oversees preparation of the annual budget, provides financial analysis, and makes recommendations to the CEO, Executive Staff and the Finance Committee regarding financial decisions, asset management, and mitigating institutional risk. The CFO leads strategic and tactical matters as they relate to budget management, grants and contracts management, cost benefit analysis for current and emerging operations, and forecasting both needs and risk. The CFO manages the Finance staff and sets strategy in collaboration with the executive team for complex, multi-funder, private and public financial grant compliance.Learn More
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