Every school . . . safe, supportive, engaging, and inspiring.
About Center for Supportive Schools (CSS)
The Center for Supportive Schools (CSS, formerly Princeton Center for Leadership Training) advances the efforts of schools across the country to develop all students into leaders who help make their schools safer, more supportive, engaging, and inspiring.CSS is driven by the vision that one day, all students will thrive in schools that graduate them prepared for the rigors of college and lives filled with meaningful work, active citizenship, and personal fulfillment. Our work directly addresses disengagement from school, a root cause of students dropping out of school and other high-risk behaviors for students in urban, suburban, rural, economically disadvantaged, or more affluent communities.
Since 1979, CSS has partnered with 500 schools and our impact can be seen in the experiences of 425,000 students. CSS partners with schools to help overcome disengagement by engaging all members of the school community in the relationships and meaningful dialogue necessary to effect substantial and sustainable change in all students’ school experiences. We accomplish this through a thoughtful and collaborative planning, teambuilding, and training process with school leadership and other stakeholders; an intensive train-the-trainer strategy; user-friendly, rigorous, and relevant curricula; on-site technical assistance; fidelity monitoring; and program evaluation. CSS offers a wide variety of solutions, such as:
CSS is a fast-paced, collegial, and team-oriented environment where each staff member plays a critical role in changing life trajectories for students and transforming school cultures.
For more information about CSS, visit: www.supportiveschools.org.
Title:Administrative & Program Associate
General Position Description: The full-time Administrative & Program Associate will work in support of all of CSS’s solutions and will also provide general office management. The Administrative & Program Associate will prepare training materials; coordinate training events with hotels and other venues, which includes providing on-site support during training events; maintain databases on partner schools; and assist with research evaluation activities including data collection, data entry, and summarizing program implementation data.
Detailed Position Responsibilities:
Education:A bachelor’s degree is required.
Professional Experiences and Personal Qualities/Skills:
Supervisor: Evelynn Moon, Training & Project Manager
Location: The Administrative & Program Associate will be based at CSS’s New Jersey office, located in Princeton, New Jersey.
Schedule and Salary:The anticipated starting date for this position is July 2018. The annual starting salary range is $28,000-$35,000.
Interested applicants are requested to apply immediately by emailing a cover letter and CV/résumé to email@example.com. Please include (1) the title of the position in the subject line of your email and (2) where you found the position posting in your cover letter. If possible, please email all documents in PDF format. People of color are strongly encouraged to apply.
Center for Supportive Schools is an equal opportunity employer committed to inclusive hiring and dedicated to diversity in its work and staff. CSS’s Equal Employment Opportunity and Affirmative Action related policies are available upon request.