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Position Requirements

The Hub Director is responsible for the implementation, integration, alignment, and coordination of the Schools as Community Hubs strategy at the site level, specifically at the Jones Leadership Academy of Business.

Candidates should possess a 4-year college degree and at least some experience in one of the following areas: youth development, community development, or family service.

This position requires excellent organizational and management skills as well as excellent written and oral communication. Current First Aid and CPR certification is a benefit.

Strong interpersonal skills are necessary, including community organizing, team building, and collaborative leadership. Experience in working with a wide range of professions, backgrounds, and both paid staff and volunteers is desirable. Must have proven skills in relating to youth, parents, school staff, educators, and community at large. Must have an understanding of, and experience with, multicultural populations, as well as a strong understanding of families in poverty.

Ability to be flexible and adaptable is expected.

Primary Activities

1) Conduct asset and needs assessments utilizing all tools, processes, and resources
provided by the Art Tatum Zone (ATZ) and TPS.

2) Convene a Hub team, made up of stakeholders from TPS, school personnel, as well as parents, and community members. This team will meet monthly during the school year,
and once during the summer. The team will serve in an advisory capacity driving priorities, partnerships, and alignment of resources as related to the Schools as Community Hubs strategy.

3) Facilitate communication and broker relationships with existing and potential partners, key stakeholders, and volunteers that lead to programming, services, and opportunities that are responsive to identified assets and needs.

4) Coordinate a menu of needs-driven, high-quality program and services in adherence to
the goals outlined in the Schools as Community Hubs model, including health and well-being, family and community engagement, and academic success.

5) Lead monthly site-level partnership meetings to ensure ongoing, coordinated, and integrated programming in alignments with goals outline in the School as Community Hubs model as well as the school’s identified goals.

6) Develop, maintain, and update agreements for all partners and programs annually, including outcome measurements, and shared goals.

7) Manage standardized tools and processes for Hub strategy to capture program partners’ enrollment, attendance, programming schedule and identified alignment with Hub priorities.

8) Serve as key community contact person for school, specifically as it relates to Schools as Community Hub activities, programming, and services.

9) Participate in capacity-building activities, including district-wide and site-level trainings.

10) Provide timely submission of reports and information to the ATZ and TPS.

11) Participate in neighborhood-based meetings and events as an employee connected with the Schools as Community Hubs strategy through ATZ, Jones Leadership Academy of Business and TPS.

Additional Information

  • $50,000 annual salary, to be paid bi-weekly via direct deposit

  • $500 monthly payment toward health costs

  • 5 paid vacation days

  • 5 paid sick days

  • 2 personal days

  • Laptop

Qualified candidates should send letters of interest and resumes to Please include the Position Title for which you are submitting your application in the letter of interest and on the Subject Line of the email.

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