Here’s a great talent role at STRIVE Prep:
STRIVE Prep is a community of public charter schools that challenges every student to strive for college, and thrive throughout life, by helping them to discover and develop the skills and confidence necessary to succeed in college and beyond. Founded more than a decade ago on the belief that every child should have access to high-quality education right in their neighborhood, STRIVE Prep has grown to serve to more than 3,700 students, many of whom represent the city’s highest-need populations, in 11 schools.
The team at STRIVE Prep inspires its students to think critically, communicate clearly and collaborate openly, while fueling their curiosity and creativity. Whether students join the community in elementary, middle or high school, STRIVE elevates expectations, promotes a shared sense of responsibility and, above all, creates an environment that protects and promotes the academic, social, and emotional well-being of every child, every day.
STRIVE Prep is in an exciting period of growth and change, pivoting to meet the evolving needs of its students and communities, reaffirming its values, and focusing on the efficacy of its internal systems. In this context, leadership is especially focused on talent. Specifically, STRIVE Prep is committed to attracting, hiring and retaining the most talented, qualified, dedicated, and diverse teachers, school leaders, and staff to join its team and serve its students.
The CTO will inherit a strong and proud team, and have the opportunity to leverage its strengths while shaping the vision and building the systems for STRIVE Prep’s talent function. S/he will enjoy the support and collaboration of STRIVE Prep founder Chris Gibbons, one of the field’s most inspiring leaders, and a leadership team that fosters a culture centered on grit, passion, purpose, and a shared commitment to every student.
The Chief Talent Officer will be responsible for leading STRIVE Prep’s talent management initiatives, and ultimately stewarding STRIVE Prep’s staff of approximately 500 educators, leaders, and professionals through the entire talent lifecycle.