|Members on the Move & Job Opportunities
The Seattle Department of Early Learning & Education is seeking a Director of K-12 & Postsecondary Programs
To ensure the success of children at all levels of their education, DEEL is in need of a Director of K-12 & Postsecondary Programs to manage Families and Education Levy investments. The department strives to embed the City’s Race and Social Justice Initiative into its education objectives and seeks staff that value the importance of working together as a government and community to eliminate racial disparities and achieve racial equity. View the full job description here.
Best Starts for Kids is seeking a Project/Program Manager II Evaluator!
Based in the Department of Community and Human Services Performance Measurement Evaluation Unit, this position will design and implement program performance measurement strategies; conduct research and performance evaluations; construct, clean and analyze measurement datasets; and report out on findings to stakeholders. King County is hiring two evaluator positions, one specifically to support the Best Starts Levy. The position will also serve as a member of the levy data and evaluation team and will support and collaborate with other team members. View the full job description here.
Seattle U’s Center for Community Engagement is seeking a Deputy Director!
The Center for Community Engagement Deputy Director provides leadership in pursuing the overall mission and strategic direction of the Center with a particular focus on leading CCE’s strategic development and implementation of all external partnerships and programs, particularly as they relate to the Seattle University Youth Initiative. The Deputy Director works extensively with the CCE Executive Director to guide overall programmatic, personnel, budgeting and fund development strategies. The Deputy Director reports to the CCE Executive Director. View the full job description here.
Congratulations to Steve Lewis, Friends of the Children’s new Executive Director!
A lifelong Seattle native, Lewis is a product of Seattle Public Schools. Prior to joining Friends of the Children, he was the executive director of the University YMCA where he collaborated with local social service providers to build and strengthen academic enrichment programs, summer literacy programs and coding programs for youth in low-income housing.
Congratulations to Melissa Pailthorp, Team Read’s new Executive Director!
Melissa brings to Team Read a commitment to public education and deep development expertise in non-profit, corporate, and philanthropic settings. During her tenure at Microsoft, she helped grow its successful U.S. donations platform globally. At the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, she worked on scaling its Global Libraries Program and worked across its U.S. Program focused on public education.