As our inaugural Vice President, Alumni, Career, and Life Design, you will oversee our Alumni Engagement and Career & Life Design
program quality and outcomes, contributing to the ripple effect of transforming the lives of first-gen college students, their families,
communities, and society.
Day-to-day, you will identify new partnerships and strengthen existing ones; direct the strategy for
both the Alumni Engagement and Career and Life Design workstreams; and cross-collaborate with leaders across College Track to support
scholars in their quest for a life of opportunity, choice, and power. To thrive in this job, you must be able to think ahead and plan
backward, see work from an intersectional lens, and have experience managing staff to a high standard of excellence.
Interested? Keep reading.
College Track is a comprehensive college completion program that equips students confronting
systemic barriers to earn a bachelor’s degree and a life of choice, opportunity, and power. We are a values-first organization,
placing commitment, passion, joy, authenticity, and excellence&nb
sp;at the center of everything we do across our 12 sites.
You’ll know Vice President, Alumni,
Career, and Life Design is the right fit for you if…
- You are passionate about building
strategic relationships that advance opportunities for first-gen, underserved students
- You can authentically advocate for, and
explain, the value of College Track’s work to external audiences
- You love working cross-departmentally to identify
opportunities for collaboration in service of scholars
- You have either (1) deep experience with Alumni Engagement or Career and
Life Design or (2) breadth of experience across both domains
- You have managed staff previously, joyfully being a coach and a
- You are excited to work collaboratively with your colleagues in person Tues-Thurs (travel permitting) with the
flexibility to work remotely on Mon & Fri.
As a passionate member of College Track’s team, you would be provided
access to extensive benefits centered around three core areas of wellness: health care, work-life balance, and financial security. We
believe time off is essential to success and provide up to 27 discretionary time off days (Sick and Vacation) in addition to 28 paid office
closure and holiday days in your first year of employment. Learn more about benefits here (bit.ly/JpBs22) and
learn more about the role by viewing the full job description here (bit.ly/3YbqTlx).
This position is exempt, with a full Bay Area salary range
of $122,250-$212,500. However, aligned with our DEI practices, we target the 50th percentile of the salary band
at $165,750-$178,500. All offers are dependent upon experience.
How To Apply
We’d love to get to
know you. To apply, fill out the application and upload your resume. A cover letter is optional. You might consider submitting a cover
letter if there is something you want to tell us about your experience that isn’t highlighted on your resume or if you are new to the
fields of college access and college success.
All College Track staff are required to be vaccinated and boosted against
COVID-19. For our full COVID policy, please see this
College Track is an equal opportunity employer fully committed to achieving a diverse workforce. College Track does not discriminate on the basis of race, age, color, religion, national origin or ancestry, sex, gender, disability, veteran status, genetic information, sexual orientation, or gender identity or expression and strongly encourages all to apply.