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Regional Schools Coordinator (Rochester)
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Uncommon Schools Rochester Prep is changing history for students in Rochester. Be a part of our movement as a Regional Schools Coordinator and you’ll join a team committed to closing the achievement gap and setting students up for success in college and beyond. #ChangeHistory with us. Apply today.


About Uncommon Schools
At Uncommon Schools, we believe a college degree should be within reach for every young person in this country. Our mission is to start and manage outstanding urban public charter schools that close the achievement gap and prepare low-income students to enter, succeed in, and graduate from college. Uncommon currently has 49 schools serving more than 16,000 students in six cities: Boston, Camden, New York City, Newark, Rochester, and Troy.
At Uncommon, we believe education can be a powerful catalyst for change in our communities. We’re deeply committed to closing the achievement gap for our students while also preparing them for college and beyond through academics, enrichment programs, extra-curricular activities, and a positive, welcoming school culture.
About The Position
The Regional Schools Coordinator plays a central role in supporting the management of Uncommon’s 49 schools by providing communications and operations support. In this role, the Regional Schools Coordinator must be able to communicate effectively, maintain accurate records, and support with logistics and execution for meetings.  The Regional Schools Coordinator reports directly to two Assistant Superintendents.
Job Responsibilities
Uncommon’s Assistant Superintendents develop and manage principals and oversee instructional and academic programs. The Regional Schools Coordinator provides communications and operations support to two Assistant Superintendents including:
  • Managing communications with key stakeholders by writing and editing email correspondence and other written materials on behalf of the Assistant Superintendent
  • Ensuring the Assistant Superintendent’s time is maximized by expertly managing the Assistant Superintendent’s calendar through prioritization of appointments, and arranging meetings and conference calls
  • Tracking, prioritizing, and holding accountable Assistant Superintendent and principals for tasks and project milestones to ensure progress to deadlines
  • Managing preparation of meeting agendas, materials, and logistics for key meetings – e.g. check-ins, professional development sessions, and regional principal meetings – involving the Chief Schools Officer, principals and senior leaders across Uncommon
  • Perform general administrative duties including photocopying, mailing, and tracking and preparing expense reimbursements, as needed.
  • Managing special projects or initiatives, as identified by the Assistant Superintendent, such as:
    • Developing trackers to help manage daily tasks
    • Creating and distributing surveys
    • Managing requests for information

  • Strong skills in time management, including the ability to balance multiple priorities in a fast-paced work environment
  • Ability to independently manage administrative tasks and project-based work at varying levels of complexity
  • A self-starter, who has experience initiating and moving forward work, and feels comfortable identifying and raising/overcoming challenges along the way
  • Upbeat, positive, and operates with a service-oriented mindset
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills
  • Strong interpersonal skills and the ability to build relationships with multiple stakeholders
  • Ability to maintain a calm, professional demeanor in the face of competing demands
  • Ability to work independently and take initiative when appropriate
  • Strong work ethic and commitment to high standards of excellence coupled with an enthusiastic approach to one’s work
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office suite, especially Excel and PowerPoint, and able to learn new computer systems quickly
  • Bachelor’s degree required

We offer a competitive compensation package, including a salary significantly above the district scale and comprehensive health benefits.  In addition to extensive professional development, all our teachers are equipped with a laptop computer, email, high-speed internet access, a library budget, and all necessary instructional supplies.

As an equal opportunity employer, we hire without consideration to race, religion, creed, color, national origin, age, gender, sexual orientation, marital status, veteran status or disability.

Please note that your application will not be saved until you click “submit” at the end of the application question set. Unfortunately, you will not be able to save your resume or answers as you go along. Please take this into consideration. You are welcome to open the application, copy and paste the questions into a Word Document, and then copy and paste your answers into our application once they are complete. Additionally, if you leave your application before beginning the question set, you will need to upload your resume again in order to move forward with the process upon returning. Thanks in advance for the time you are taking to apply to Uncommon Schools.

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