• Boston, MA
  • This position has been filled

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Job description

Our Non-Profit client is looking to add a Director Of Special Projects to their team.

Responsibilities include (but are not limited to):

  • Manage logistics and preparations for school events and activities, creating a project plan where appropriate. 
  • Support school-wide daily systems and procedures (arrival, food service, discipline, hall monitoring, dismissal, etc.).
  • Maintain accurate student, staff, and school information and records, such as student attendance, report cards, and progress reports.
  • Direct the implementation of school assessments (preparing, proctoring, data entry, reporting, etc.).
  • Manage inventory and ordering of school supplies and teacher requests for materials.
  • Complete any other tasks as outlined by the Director of Operations.
  • Create and implement daily school schedule and coverage trackers, including special schedules (e.g. field trips, testing schedules, etc.).
  • Manage school-based student recruitment, including materials creation, hosting recruitment events, and providing support for the network lottery.
  • Direct student enrollment efforts as needed (managing waitlists, communicating with applicants, calling applicant families, giving tours to prospective applicants, collecting student records, etc.).
  • Manage report card and progress report process (e.g. report card generation and printing, planning report card nights, etc.) and oversees other data tracking and reporting on a regularly scheduled basis.
  • Manage the school’s nutrition program (compliance, tracking, and documentation of student meal services).
  • Manage technology inventory, and assist teachers with daily classroom technology needs and regular technology support. 
  • Develop new data systems for tracking school data and using to make recommendations and changes in school-wide policies.
  • Create and assemble materials for staff training’s, including handbooks, professional development materials, etc.
  • Manage school uniforms (inventory, purchasing, sales, etc.).
  • Help to direct the school’s main office, serving as back up to the Office Manager.
  • Help maintain school facility aesthetic and keep Common working areas neat and well- stocked.
  • Manage positive working relationships with school vendors.


  • B.A. Degree Non-profit Management preferred
  • Prior experience working in schools
  • Demonstrate the ability to manage projects
  • Excellent computer skills including Microsoft Office
  • Teaching experience strongly preferred
  • Strong written and oral communication skills



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