Careers

Careers Within AUSL

AUSL creates schools of excellence by developing highly effective teachers and transforming educational outcomes for students in the lowest performing schools. AUSL staff work across the organization to support our schools and teacher training efforts with coaches, tutors, recruiters, and other administrative roles.

AUSL employees are employed by AUSL (not by the Board of Education as CPS employees are) and work from various schools in the AUSL network. AUSL is an equal opportunity employer.


Current AUSL Career Opportunities

  • Job ID: 409

    Elementary Teacher Coach

    Date Posted: 08/20/2014

    Location: Chicago, IL

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    The Academy for Urban School Leadership (AUSL) is a nonprofit school management organization operating in partnership with Chicago Public Schools (CPS).  AUSL currently manages 32 turnaround and teacher training schools.  When a school is turned around, students return to renovated facilities, a new curriculum, new leadership and staff and an entirely new culture of success by leveraging AUSL's turnaround school framework and specialized teacher training and residency program. All school staff at AUSL turnaround schools are employees of CPS.

    AUSL seeks a highly qualified elementary candidate to provide outstanding, individualized coaching and professional development to the dedicated teachers in AUSL elementary turnaround schools. Elementary Coaches work closely with teachers to deepen the teachers' understanding of and ability to apply various classroom strategies, including using student data to drive differentiated instruction, and to bring relentless focus to accelerating student learning, especially in the areas of literacy and critical thinking. The Elementary Coach will also collaborate with other AUSL coaches to develop and deliver professional development to teachers across AUSL's network, and to participate in recruitment and other network-wide initiatives. All candidates must possess a commitment to deep levels of educational change and reform, resilience of spirit, and an earnest respect and fondness for the children of our schools. 

    Responsibilities

    • Provide real-time classroom coaching and outstanding, individualized professional development in behavior/classroom management and rigorous instruction to teachers across a variety of subjects and grade levels.
    • Analyze teachers' practice and create intentional next steps and guided practice in order to improve teacher practices.
    • Use a repertoire of strategies for adult learners including real-time, side-by-side classroom coaching, co-planning and co-teaching of lessons, modeling of best practice strategies, analysis of student work, and classroom observation & feedback to improve teacher practices.
    • Implement the AUSL coaching model, which is active, transparent, collaborative, and highly accountable. Collaborate with administrators and teachers to establish teacher performance goals and coach teachers as necessary to meet those goals. Complete projects related to the implementation of high-quality curricular initiatives at individual schools or across the AUSL elementary school network.
    • Demonstrate commitment to increasing student achievement with data-driven instruction by managing and supporting school-based teachers and administrators.
    • Collaborate in the design and delivery of Summer Turnaround Training teacher workshops, as well as school- and network-based professional development throughout the school year.
    • Monitor student assessment data and create reports.
    • Use basic MS Office programs (Word, Excel, Powerpoint) and video technology (Flip Cameras, iPads) to monitor coaching practices and teacher growth.

    Qualifications

    • Master's degree in an education-related field; current IL teaching certificate.
    • Experience as a successful and innovative teacher and teacher coach. Minimum five years of successful K-8 classroom teaching experience.
    • Extensive experience in urban educational settings.
    • Skills and prior experience coaching or mentoring adult learners.
    • Excellent time-management, organization, and interpersonal skills.
    • Strong collaborative, interpersonal, and teamwork skills in working with a diverse group of school and network-based stakeholders.
    • Strong written and oral communication skills.
     

    This is a full-time (40 hours/week), year-round position as an employee of AUSL; it is not a CPS position. 


  • Job ID: 434

    High School Teacher Coach (Math & Science)

    Date Posted: 01/05/2015

    Location: Chicago, IL

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    The Academy for Urban School Leadership (AUSL) is a nonprofit school management organization operating in partnership with Chicago Public Schools (CPS). When a school is turned around, students return to renovated facilities, a new curriculum, new leadership and staff and an entirely new culture of success by leveraging AUSL's turnaround school framework and specialized teacher training and residency program. AUSL operates 32 schools including five high schools: Chicago Academy High School (2004), Collins Academy High School (2007), Orr Academy High School (2008), Phillips Academy High School (2010) and Solorio Academy High School (2010).


    A High School Instructional coach offers high quality, rigorous instructional coaching to an assigned caseload of teachers at the high school level. S/He can offer coaching to teachers in their specific content area expertise but can also be assigned to coach in other content areas. A High School Instructional Coach specifically targets his or her coaching around the four Danielson Domains, targeting Data Driven Instruction (DDI) within specific Danielson Domains. He or she is responsible for delivering daily verbal feedback during teacher prep periods or after school to teachers regarding strategies-based action steps they should employ to continue to progress in the Teacher Development Process (TDP) around all four Danielson Domains.

     

    The High School Instructional Coach, while reporting to AUSL, works collegially with the school's administrative team to offer targeted coaching to teachers while supporting network initiatives.

     

    Instructional Coaches work closely with other coaches across the network. Responsibilities may include  development and revision of curriculum & assessment projects for the content area (Curriculum Maps and AUSL Interim Assessments) as well as leading project teams as new projects arise. The Coach Team also designs and facilitates AUSL-based PD for peers on Signature Strategies and content throughout the academic year and summer training.  

     

    Responsibilities

    • Provide real-time classroom coaching and outstanding, individualized professional development in behavior/classroom management and rigorous instruction to teachers across a variety of grade levels.
    • Analyze teachers' practice and create intentional next steps and guided practice in order to improve teacher practices.
    • Use a repertoire of strategies for adult learners including real-time, side-by-side classroom coaching, co-planning and co-teaching of lessons, modeling of best practice strategies, analysis of student work, and classroom observation & feedback to improve teacher practices.
    • Implement the AUSL coaching model, which is active, transparent, collaborative, and highly accountable.
    • Collaborate with administrators and teachers to establish teacher performance goals and coach teachers as necessary to meet those goals.
    • Complete projects related to the implementation of high-quality curricular initiatives at individual schools or across the AUSL school network.
    • Demonstrate commitment to increasing student achievement with data-driven instruction by managing and supporting school-based teachers and administrators.
    • Collaborate in the design and delivery of Summer Academy, as well as school- and network-based professional development throughout the school year.

    • Monitor student assessment data and create reports.
    • Use basic MS Office programs (Word, Excel, Powerpoint) and video technology (Flip Cameras, iPads) to monitor coaching practices and teacher growth.

    Qualifications

    • Master's degree in an education-related field; current IL teaching certificate.
    • Experience as a successful and innovative teacher and teacher coach. Minimum five years of successful classroom teaching experience.
    • Extensive experience in urban educational settings.
    • Skills and prior experience coaching or mentoring adult learners.
    • Excellent time-management, organization, and interpersonal skills.
    • Strong collaborative, interpersonal, and teamwork skills in working with a diverse group of school and network-based stakeholders.
    • Strong written and oral communication skills.
     

    This is a full-time (40 hours/week), year-round position as an employee of AUSL; it is not a CPS position. 

    Legal Statement (Title IX): It is the policy of the Board of Education of the City of Chicago not to discriminate on the basis of race, color, creed, religion, national origin, sexual orientation, age, disability or sex. Inquiries concerning the application of Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 and the regulations promulgated there under concerning sex discrimination should be referred to the Title IX Officer, Chicago Public Schools, 125 S. Clark St., Chicago, Illinois 60603, 773-553-2688 (TTY-773-553-2699).


  • Job ID: 475

    AUSL Math+ Elementary Mathematics Tutor - 2015-2016 School Year

    Date Posted: 11/09/2015

    Location: Chicago, IL

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    The Academy for Urban School Leadership (AUSL) is a nonprofit school management organization operating in partnership with the Chicago Public Schools, and currently manages a network of 32 schools.  AUSL's mission is to create schools of excellence and transform educational outcomes for students in the lowest performing schools.  For more information about AUSL, go to auslchicago.org.

    AUSL seeks talented, dedicated individuals to tutor small groups of children to help them dramatically increase their learning and achievement in math.  Teams of Elementary Math+ Tutors will work throughout the school year in several AUSL-managed CPS elementary schools, and will receive training and support from experienced teachers dedicated to the tutoring program. 
     
    Responsibilities:
    • Provide individualized tutoring to small groups of students in math concepts, skills, and reasoning (grades 3 to 5)
    • Plan and implement lessons, based on the needs of the students, in accordance with Illinois and Common Core standards
    • Assess students' learning levels and track their progress
    • Reinforce expectations regarding student behavior and support the ongoing development of a positive learning environment and culture
    • Participate in weekly professional development
     
    Qualifications:
    • Bachelor's degree
    • Strong skills and conceptual understanding in math.  Mathematics proficiency at the level of seventh grade math is required, and AUSL's candidate screening and selection process will include a brief mathematics proficiency test 
    • Proficient at organizing materials/data and in prioritizing tasks
    • Strong verbal and written communication skills, as well as excellent listening skills
    • Proficiency in computer applications including word processing, spreadsheets, web-based resources, and data management
    • Previous experience tutoring, volunteering or working with students, especially urban students, is desirable but not required
    • Spanish language skills are a plus, but not required

    This is a 10-month position (school year schedule) with 8-hour days, Mondays-Fridays, with a 30-minute lunch break.  This is a salaried position that includes year-round benefits.  AUSL tutors who enjoy and succeed at their work, and who are interested in a career in teaching, will be encouraged to advance their careers as educators with AUSL, for example by applying for AUSL's Chicago Teacher Residency teacher training and certification program.
     

  • Job ID: 483

    Data Analyst

    Date Posted: 08/12/2015

    Location: The Chicago Academy/AUSL Main Office

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    AUSL (Academy for Urban School Leadership) is a nonprofit school management organization that creates schools of excellence by developing highly effective teachers and transforming educational outcomes for students in the lowest performing schools in Chicago. AUSL’s network includes 32 schools serving 18,000 students. AUSL seeks a highly qualified candidate with keen attention to detail, strong analytical and organizational skills, and proficiency in Microsoft Excel and PowerPoint to perform the role of Data Analyst supporting AUSL’s Director of Performance Management.
    Responsibilities include:
    • Analyze data on a wide range of indicators (attendance, assessments, etc.) and identify actionable trends to inform practice
    • Assist in the design, oversight, and reporting on school and network goal-setting processes
    • Use Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint to present a wide variety of quantitative and qualitative information to diverse audiences
    • Manage the sharing of knowledge and documents with school and network stakeholders
    Qualifications:
    • Data crunching and visualization skills – strong proficiency in Excel and PowerPoint a must
    • Superior organizational/project management skills and attention to detail
    • Strong problem-solving and critical thinking abilities, combined with a “Can Do, Will Do” approach
    • Ability to communicate and build trusting relationships with a broad cross-section of stakeholders
    • Presentation and group facilitation skills/experience desired
    • Familiarity with statistical analysis platforms – Stata, R, Tableau, etc.- useful but not required
    The position is a full-time, year-round position. No overnight travel is required; all work takes place at various AUSL schools in the city of Chicago. The main work location for this position is 3400 N Austin Ave, Chicago.
     
    For more information about AUSL, visit auslchicago.org. AUSL is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

  • Job ID: 484

    School Finance Support Analyst

    Date Posted: 12/27/2015

    Location: Chicago, IL

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    Do you have a passionate belief that all students deserve a quality education? Would you like to transform lives through changing educational outcomes? If so this may be the perfect opportunity for you.

    AUSL (Academy for Urban School Leadership) is seeking an experienced full-time School Finance Support Analyst to advance the strategic initiatives of our schools. Under the direction of the Director of School Financial Support, the School Finance Support Analyst will provide excellent support around financial operations, especially related to CPS policies and procedures, to advise our network of schools around fiscal and business operations.

    Responsibilities:

    • Exhibit expertise in the Oracle financial system, Kronos and SPS payroll system, iProcurement purchasing system and IAMs internal accounts system
    • Facilitate professional development training around key financial policies and best practice procedures on an on-going basis
    • Build trusting relationships with multiple stakeholders across the organization to strategically problem solve organizational challenges and facilitate positive working relationships
    • Provide onsite coaching visits to schools with new Principals and/or business operations staff
    • Provide direct support to targeted schools within the network to build capacity of clerical staff and release school administrator to focus on instructional priorities
    • Manage and track all AUSL departmental grant disbursements to schools
    • Serve as a liaison to CPS Budget Office and CPS Payroll regarding AUSL-managed resources
    • Create and manage communications to schools regarding all AUSL grant disbursements and AUSL-funded positions to schools
    • Assist with internal, state, and all other authorized audits (including audits of internal accounts and discretionary funding records)
    • Support recruitment and selection activities for Clerk position openings at schools
    • Support network schools with annual budget planning, 20th day adjustments, and on-going management of school resources
    • Identify and codify best practices in the areas of school finance management to implement across our network of schools
    • Prepare a variety of correspondence, memorandums, and reports including weekly business operations newsletter for distribution across network
    • Display great written and verbal communication skills, time management and organization skills

    Qualifications:

    • Bachelors Degree in Accounting Finance or related field (or equivalent experience)
    • Minimun of 2-3 years of previous experience providing financial analysis and support in Chicago Public Schools (CPS)
    • Expertise of CPS fiscal policies and procedures required
    • Proficiency in Excel, Oracle, iProcurement, Kronos, SPS, IAMs
    • Mastery in the skill of multi-tasking several high priorities simultaneously

    Ideal Candidate:

    • Has worked at a school in the capacity of a Business Manager, Operations Manager, or in a school support role as a CPS School Finance Specialist or Premium Financial Specialist and have mastery of school fiscal policy
    • Must possess very strong people skills & excellent written and verbal communication skills
    • Must be a creative and compliance focused thinker
    • Must be ambitious, driven, a team player, and possess strong analytic thinking skills
    • Must have a strong sense of alignment with the mission of AUSL’s work
    • Be willing to travel to multiple schools regularly

    How to Apply

    To apply: go to http://auslchicago.org/about/careers and scroll down to select this position, apply online, and upload your resume and cover letter.

    About AUSL:

    AUSL is a nonprofit school management organization operating in partnership with the Chicago Public Schools (CPS). Our mission is to create schools of excellence by developing highly effective teachers and transforming educational outcomes for students in the lowest performing schools. Founded in 2001, AUSL manages 32 CPS schools serving 18,000 students. For more information about AUSL, visit auslchicago.org.

    AUSL is an Equal Opportunity Employer.


  • Job ID: 485

    Manager, Marketing & Communications

    Date Posted: 10/15/2015

    Location: The Chicago Academy/AUSL Main Office

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    AUSL seeks a Manager of Marketing and Communications to help cultivate and execute the organization’s marketing and communications strategy. Reporting to the Director of External Affairs and working collaboratively with senior leaders, program staff, and school teams, the Manager will be responsible for key projects and ongoing actions that advance the branding and public relations strategy of AUSL.

    This includes developing and executing a social media strategy; creating regular newsletters and special communications to stakeholders with compelling content; working across the organization to ensure consistent branding of all events and collateral; sourcing stories to be considered for pitching to members of the media; and identifying new and innovative ways for AUSL to develop and share its narrative and brand.

    The Manager will have knowledge of the local and national public education landscape, as well as experience with multimedia tools and leveraging social media. The Manager should be ambitious, with a strong desire to help envision and execute programs and activities that advance AUSL’s mission. The Manager should a team player, capable of working across multiple teams and thrive in a fun, collaborative and entrepreneurial work environment.

    Primary Responsibilities

    • Marketing & Communications - External (40%)
      • Collaborate with the Managing Director and Director to envision the marketing and communications priorities, strategies and tactics necessary to support AUSL schools and programs
      • Manage all mass communications both traditional and web-based, to ensure communications consistency with Chicago Teacher Residency alumni, parents, donors, and other partners
      • Maintain online presence to ensure consistency and accuracy of brand and narrative (website, social media, e-newsletters, school websites, etc.)
      • Source stories for local media that contribute to AUSL narrative and promote our schools and programs
      • Support the AUSL management team and school principals in cultivating positive working relationships with media outlets.
    • Marketing & Communications - Internal (30%)
      • Execute an internal communications strategy and core messages
      • Collaborate with program staff and school teams to ensure organizational consistency and develop content
      • Create external communications norms for the organization, including web, social media, print, etc., as well as systems of accountability and acknowledgement to ensure program staff and school teams embrace usage of set protocols.
      • Support the marketing and communication aspects of major events and activities (e.g. school based or network wide)
    • Graphic Design (30%)
      • Design, lay out and produce a variety of marketing collateral, graphics, and signage in various formats
      • Research, write, design and edit communication pieces including AUSL Network News, collateral (brochures, etc.), data sheets, direct mail pieces, and presentations
      • Generate ideas for and initiate integrated marketing campaigns that maximize brand awareness
      • Develop and design marketing deliverables to support development, marketing and organizational communications
      • Identify creative opportunities to maximize AUSL’s message across all constituents
      • Identify opportunities to maximize positioning and messaging across all communication channels.

    Desired Skills & Experience

    • Master’s Degree in Marketing or equivalent discipline
    • 2-4 years of experience preferred
    • Nonprofit or education sector experience preferred
    • Prior experience interacting directly with the media
    • Demonstrated ability to translate strategic plans into marketing initiatives
    • Highly proficient with Adobe suite including InDesign, Photoshop, Illustrator, Acrobat, etc.
    • Extensive knowledge and proficiency with all Microsoft Office tools
    • Previous experience researching and writing communication collateral
    • Attention to detail, capable of editing and possessing excellent proofreading skills
    • Ability to multi-task multiple projects at a time
    • Ability to work collaboratively in a team environment
    • Driver’s license and access to an insured vehicle (for business travel to various school locations in the City of Chicago).

    How to Apply

    To apply: go to http://auslchicago.org/about/careers and scroll down to select this position, apply online, and upload your resume and cover letter. AUSL is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

    About AUSL

    AUSL (Academy for Urban School Leadership) is a nonprofit school management organization operating in partnership with the Chicago Public Schools (CPS). Our mission is to create schools of excellence by developing highly effective teachers and transforming educational outcomes for students in the lowest performing schools. Founded in 2001, AUSL manages 32 CPS schools serving 18,000 students. For more information about AUSL, visit auslchicago.org.


  • Job ID: 486

    Manager of Transitions Analysis and Support

    Date Posted: 12/01/2015

    Location: The Chicago Academy/AUSL Main Office

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    AUSL seeks a highly qualified candidate with keen attention to detail, strong analytical and organizational skills, and proficiency in Microsoft Excel and PowerPoint to perform the role of Manager of Transitions Analysis and Support supporting AUSL’s Director of Performance Management.

    Responsibilities include:

    • Leading analysis around 8th to 9th Grade and High School to College Transitions. This would include analyses to drive improvements in student preparation (on-track), to assess fit and match, and to provide updates on applications, acceptances, and intent to attend college
    • Facilitating data-driven conversations with high school principals, counselors, and teacher leaders through both network-level professional development sessions and school-level deep dives
    • Coordinating AUSL-wide efforts to build a College-Going Culture at network schools
    • Working with the Department of Professional Learning to implement high school interim assessments with fidelity and to execute professional development sessions focused on data-driven instruction
    • Managing and supporting effective school use of the various high school data systems to ensure accurate and timely use of data in school decision making
    • Supporting external reporting on key high school metrics, including with community members, funders, and AUSL board members

    Qualifications:

    • Data analysis and visualization skills – strong proficiency in Excel and PowerPoint a must
    • Superior organizational/project management skills and attention to detail
    • Strong problem-solving and critical thinking abilities, combined with a “Can Do, Will Do” approach
    • Ability to communicate and build trusting relationships with a broad cross-section of stakeholders
    • Presentation and group facilitation skills/experience desired
    • Familiarity with statistical analysis platforms – Stata, R, Tableau, etc.- useful but not required
    • Experience working in a high school or college-focused organization a plus

    The position is a full-time, year-round position. No overnight travel is required; all work takes place at various AUSL schools in the city of Chicago. The main work location for this position is 3400 N Austin Ave, Chicago.

    How to Apply

    To apply: go to http://auslchicago.org/about/careers and scroll down to select this position, apply online, and upload your resume and cover letter. AUSL is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

    About AUSL

    AUSL is a leading nonprofit school management organization, established in 2001, that creates schools of excellence by developing highly effective teachers and transforming educational outcomes for students in the lowest performing schools. AUSL manages a network of 32 schools at both the high school and elementary levels.  A cornerstone of AUSL’s model for improvement is its Chicago Teacher Residency program, which recruits and trains up to 120 teachers annually to work in high-need schools.


  • Job ID: 487

    School Recruiter

    Date Posted: 01/19/2016

    Location: Chalmers School of Excellence

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    Position Summary
    AUSL seeks an experienced, innovative, and effective School Recruiter. As a member of AUSL’s Recruitment Team, the School Recruiter will be responsible for the ongoing development and implementation of Human Resources policies, procedures, systems, and initiatives to enable AUSL to accomplish its mission and to increase the effectiveness and engagement of AUSL’s employees, trainees, and management. The successful candidate will have a passion for improving K-12 education, a desire to work in the non-profit sector, and strong and broad recruitment experience.

    About AUSL
    The Academy for Urban School Leadership (AUSL) is a nonprofit school management organization operating in partnership with the Chicago Public Schools (CPS). Our mission is to create schools of excellence by developing highly effective teachers and transforming educational outcomes for students in the lowest performing schools. Founded in 2001, AUSL manages 32 CPS schools serving 18,000 students.

    AUSL is committed to providing an equal employment opportunity to all people without regard to the basis of actual or perceived race, color, creed, religion, sex, gender identity, marital status, national origin, sexual orientation, ancestry, age, military status, and physical or mental disability and any other basis protected by federal, state or local law. AUSL continually seeks to build and maintain a workforce that reflects the rich diversity of our schools.

    Primary Responsibilities
    AUSL’s Talent Acquisition Team is tasked with identifying, cultivating, and selecting candidates for the Chicago Teacher Residency program and for vacancies within our network schools. The School Recruiter will be primarily responsible for identifying pipelines of top talent for teacher and staff vacancies within the AUSL network:
    • Facilitate implementation of the talent acquisition strategy pipeline for network schools
    • Manage relationships with key teacher pipeline programs including colleges, universities, other teacher recruitment organizations, and the Chicago Public Schools’ recruitment staff to optimize outcomes
    • Travel to Universities and Partner Organizations to build and maintain relationships that generate pipelines for diverse candidates
    • Manage and maintain relationships with School Hiring Leaders (e.g. principals, assistant principal, etc.) within the AUSL Network
    • Collaborate regularly with internal and external business partners to cultivate strong partnerships and identify opportunities for collaboration and pipeline development
    • Support AUSL hiring managers with processes to help them generate and select candidates for AUSL staff positions
    • Collaborate with the Director of Recruitment to coordinate Experience AUSL events and support development of the pipeline of future School Leaders for the Network
    • Source and screen applicants to establish qualified, diverse candidate pipelines for approximately 200-250 teacher vacancies annually
    • Strategically organize, coordinate and manage recruitment events which may include college recruitment fairs, networking events, information sessions, career fairs, and other activities that may be deemed appropriate
    • Successfully collaborate with and support team members, business partners, and the Director of Recruitment to create sourcing and recruiting plans, develop strategies, identify trends, implement action plans and initiatives, and coordinate events to develop candidate pipelines
    • Ensure key recruitment initiatives are translated into specific objectives and plans, collaborate with the recruitment team to align efforts, and set realistic yet aggressive timeframes for achieving objectives (e.g. quantity, quality, diversity, and timeliness)
    • Manage and utilize data systems to drive results across the organization
    • Design and prepare reports for management on recruitment results
    • Work closely with management to prioritize business and information needs and track progress towards key performance indicators
    • Make key presentations before prospective candidates, stakeholders and management
     Qualifications
    • Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university in any field
    • Minimum of 3 years of experience in a high volume recruitment position (Previous experience in K-12 teacher recruitment, higher education recruitment/admissions, and/or recruiting new college graduates preferred)
    • Have a general understanding of the Chicago Teacher Residency (“CTR”) model and to know when to refer potential candidates to this program  
    • Have a general understanding of the Chicago Public Schools system
    • Previous experience with building and maintaining relationships with key stakeholders
    • Outstanding problem-solving, analysis, writing, project management, and influencing skills; excellent attention to detail, strategic thinking, judgment and decision-making ability
    • Ability to present before management and stakeholders
    • Ability to utilize data systems to interpret data, identify key trends, and present before management and stakeholders
    • Ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously with strong attention to detail
    • Ability to work collaboratively in a team environment
    • Working knowledge of business, marketplace, legal and recruitment trends and requirements
    • Proficiency in Microsoft Suite (e.g.  Word, Excel, etc.) and Google applications (e.g. Docs, Gmail)
    • Encourages open discussion of different ideas and views; maintains strong relationships and communicates effectively at all levels of the organization
    • Trustworthy, ethical and service-oriented; maintains confidentiality and fairness
    • Driver’s license and access to an insured vehicle
    • Commitment to diversity and the mission of the organization