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Site Coordinators

Responsibilities include:

  • Provide daily support and training to tutors
  • Supervise students during tutoring
  • Collaborate with school staff to identify students suitable for the program
  • Assess students for identification and periodic growth
  • Use data to drive instruction, and maintain accurate records
  • Create and maintain an organized classroom environment
  • Update classroom library and choose gift books for students
  • Lead daily table meetings with tutors to advance the program delivery
  • Provide weekly tutor communication email
  • Tutor students as necessary
  • Attend monthly staff meetings
  • Attend professional development opportunities
  • Assist with tutor recruitment, training, and tutor events
  • Serve as a Reading Power Ambassador

  • Degree in Education; Previous experience in early childhood education (PreK-2nd grade)
  • Strong organization and communication skills
  • Team player
  • Must be able to work independently
  • Strong proficiency with technology and Google platforms
  • Part-time position, salary range $16,600- $35,000

Assistant Site Coordinator

Responsibilities include:

The Assistant Site Coordinator assists the Coordinator with preparing instructional materials, provides and supports the delivery of instruction, assists students and tutors, and provides assistance with associated Organizational tasks.

This role will include:

Professional Responsibilities

  • Staff Back to School Collaboration
  • Kickoff Orientation with Tutors
  • Regular Staff Meetings
  • Tutor Appreciation Event
  • Staff/Board Dinner
  • Miscellaneous School and Community Events (as needed)
Professional Development
  • Attend PD/educational event(s)
  • Stay relevant on current educational topics

Planning and Preparation

  • Attend site training orientations
  • Prepare/Replenish materials for tutoring
  • Prepare classroom for tutoring
  • Help to maintain accurate records
  • Assist with tutor trainings
  • Organize library, leveled readers
  • Review student folders for feedback to tutors regarding new reading levels


  • Communicate daily with site coordinator

  • Assist with tutor communication (scheduling, etc)

  • Help with teacher, school administration, and parent communication


  • Tutor at least two students
  • Modeling and coaching of tutors
  • Model tutoring for new tutors, help tutors as needed
  • Contribute to table meeting discussions
  • Assist with student assessments
  • Be prepared to step in for the site coordinator when necessary
  • Assist with classroom management


  • College Degree Required

  • Experience in a similar position preferred

  • The Assistant Site Coordinator should have experience working with children, be knowledgeable about early literacy learning, work independently, take initiative, be flexible, have strong communication skills, and be a team player.

  • Salary $21/hour

Director of Development

Responsibilities include:

  • Works with the CEO to determine the organization’s mission, purpose, and priorities.
  • Has 5+ years fundraising for mid-large size organizations; non-profit experience is a plus
  • Has proven fundraising results: meeting and exceeding fundraising goals
  • Sets annual monetary goals and budgets according to short- and long-term goals.
  • Develops a balanced fundraising strategy including individual, corporate, and private foundations, and events.
  • Establishes fundraising plan and objectives for the organization, setting one-year, five-year, and longer-term goals.
  • Plans fundraising events that effectively communicate the purposes of the organization
  • Identifies and engages potential financial donors, including corporations, foundations, and individuals.
  • Develops a fundraising communication plan to meet revenue goals 
  • Oversees the fundraising process and maintains records of receipts and disbursements of funds.


  • Superb written, verbal, and interpersonal skills.
  • Strong computer skills: Efficient in Word, Excel, and databases
  • Expertise in fundraising software and tools, such as Salesforce NPSP
  • A college degree is required; a master’s degree is a plus
  • References required
  • Writing samples will be requested, and a writing assignment will be given.

Salary Range:

$80,000- 90,000 with bonus potential based on performance goals.