The Santa Fe Community Foundation seeks a dynamic, outcome-driven project manager to lead the Foundation’s efforts to improve educational and community outcomes using a collective impact approach - particularly the Santa Fe Birth to Career Collaboration (SF B2C). Santa Fe Birth to Career Collaboration (SF B2C) is a collective impact effort among committed leaders and stakeholders in Santa Fe to achieve birth to career success, wellbeing and equity for all Santa Fe children, families, and communities by aligning strategies, actions, and resources to improve outcomes. SF B2C also works in partnership with the City of Santa Fe Mayor’s Children, Youth and Families Community Cabinet in implementing the jointly developed Collective Action Plan toward improving birth to career outcomes. [See www.santafeb2c.org for more information.] The Manager of Collective Impact Initiatives is a member of the Program Staff team at the Santa Fe Community Foundation and reports to the Vice President for Community Investment and Strategy.
The Manager will be responsible for ensuring alignment in the goals and priorities of the SF B2C and the Cabinet; developing long-term partnerships and community engagement in support of the collective impact goals; providing data-driven, strategic leadership in the development and implementation of the Collective Action Plan; and tracking and effectively communicating the progress and outcomes for continuous learning and improvement. The Manager will also be responsible for leading and supporting a collaborative team composed of representatives from partner organizations, SF B2C’s Collaborative Working Groups (CWGs), several AmeriCorps VISTA members, and consultants/contractors, as well as leading specific priority projects as needed. The Manager is ultimately responsible for providing overall project and team management and facilitation to ensure progress, continuous learning and long-term success, and sustainability of the SF B2C’s collective impact efforts.
Target Start Date
Late May ~ June 2016
Submit email application including a 1) cover letter describing motivations and qualifications for the position, 2) resume, and 3) at least two references to firstname.lastname@example.org with SUBJECT: Manager of Collective Impact Initiatives.
For Priority Consideration, apply by May 16, 2016. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis as soon as submitted until position is filled.