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Project Manager — Network Advancement

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Cincinnati, OH

As Project Manager — Network Advancement, you’ll be a strategic partner to the equitable results and network advancement teams, owning project logistical execution and providing financial advisement at a project level. You’ll also lead the documentation process in Salesforce and create processes for workflow. You’re passionate about delivering the best work, providing guidance and seeking solutions to help the team deliver. In this role, you’ll report to the Director of Network Advancement. This position is exempt.

Areas of Responsibility: 

Project management

  • Support the planning and implementation of in-person network-wide events, including topic-based convenings, fellowships, workshops and the national convening by booking spaces and managing vendors, itineraries, materials and final details. Ensure events are executed within budget.
  • Support the management and execution of virtual offerings such as webinars, role alikes and the production of online Results Based Facilitation modules, including designing and implementing the project schedule and work plan.
  • Oversee event participation, including network member applications, travel stipends and communication with attendees. 
  • Make recommendations for procedures, policies and practices related to project management.

Data tracking

  • Track participation data and analyze what offerings each network member is participating in and its impact on organizational goals, such as advancement across the StriveTogether Theory of ActionTM and satisfaction in the Network.
  • Gather feedback on events (through participant surveys, journey maps and interviews) to identify opportunities to improve offerings. 

Grant management

  • Support the grant administration for the Cradle to Career Community Challenge Fund, including organizing the grant proposal process, tracking progress in quarterly/year-end reports, preparing reports for organizational leaders and funders, and monitoring budgets. 
  • Some college or 2-4 years of work experience
  • Advanced organizational skills
  • Ability to plan and execute a project
  • Experience in professional communication 
  • Experience tracking and analyzing data
  • Desire to do meaningful work to support every child’s success, cradle to career
  • High level of interest in inclusion and diversity work
  • Ability to travel up to 30%
  • Process improvement experience
  • Experience gathering qualitative data

 Salary range: $43,000-$65,000

How to Apply: 

Apply online at our career site via this link.

Additional Information: 

StriveTogether is an equal opportunity employer

Organization Info


Cincinnati, OH
Annual Budget : 
11-50 employees
About Us

We support communities to build their own solutions to change systems so that race, ethnicity, zip code and circumstance do not dictate a child’s future.


StriveTogether is a national movement with a clear purpose: helping every child succeed in school and in life from cradle to career, regardless of race, ethnicity, zip code or circumstance. We refuse to settle for a world where a child’s potential is dictated by the conditions into which they are born, so we work together to break down barriers, change systems, and improve lives. In partnership with nearly 70 communities across the country, we provide coaching, resources and rigorous approaches to create opportunities and close gaps in education, housing and so much more. We use data to illuminate problems and solutions, tackle tough conversations and deliver impactful results for 13 million children and counting.

Why Work For Us?: 

Our core values

  • Community: We focus on what connects us and communicate to each other with transparency and integrity.
  • Courage: We fail forward even if no one is watching, have the tough conversations no one likes having and take risks in pursuit of results.
  • Equity: We seek and value all types of diversity, put equity into action daily and strive to dismantle inequities, including those present in ourselves, our organization and our communities.
  • Progress: We share learning in real time, view professional development as personal growth and fix problems through collaborative improvement.
  • Results: We use data and evidence to make decisions and hold each other accountable for getting results.
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Listing Stats

Post Date: 
Jan 9 2020
Active Until: 
Feb 9 2020
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