Employment at Partners in Education
Interested in working for Partners in Education? Our team members have the opportunity to work with nonprofit organizations, families and children facilitating and managing fun activities to support Partners in Education’s mission of Student Success through Community Involvement. Join us in our efforts to support success for all students in Northwest Ohio.
Resumes and cover letters are required for all positions. They may be emailed to the Executive Director at email@example.com
General questions? Please contact our Office Manager at 419-242-2122
Our offices are located at 1500 N. Superior, Suite 306 in the Summit Annex of Toledo Public Schools Administration Complex, Toledo, OH 43604.
We make every effort to keep the information on this site current. Due to unanticipated circumstances, however, there may occasionally be a delay in revising information. Therefore some positions posted here may no longer be open, and others may be available that are not yet posted. We regret any inconvenience this may cause. Partners in Education is an equal opportunity employer.
Current Employment Opportunities
Education Specialist – Career-readiness programming
Location: 1500 N Superior St, Suite 306, Toledo 43604
- Start Date: Immediately
- Hours Per Week: 12-20
- Salary: 12.00 per hour or more – based on level of experience
Questions? Contact: Faith McGlown – firstname.lastname@example.org
Scope of Work:
The ideal candidate will work in our Success Mentors program. Success Mentors seeks to: 1.) Assure students are academically, financially, and emotionally prepared for success in a global society; 2.) Increase student and community understanding of the importance of post-secondary education and career readiness; 3.) Provide specific college-preparation and career contact points for students at crucial milestones in their academic career; 4.) Develop a collaborative community structure to support the students in their post-secondary aspirations; and 5.) Empower students to envision a positive future.
Education Specialists will:
- Teach college awareness and planning classes utilizing the approved curriculum.
- Facilitate and assist the Program Director and Program Manager with college planning workshops, field trips & activities.
- Facilitate regular afterschool workshops that assist parents/coaches in achieving students’ academic success.
- Generate written reports as required. Maintain accurate/required paperwork (i.e., reflections, attendance records, etc.) for purposes of evaluation/reports, etc.
- Support outreach efforts to support individual student needs.
- Communicate successes and challenges to Program Director as they arise.
- Gather information on recommendations, student progress, concerns from parents and teachers, as appropriate.
- Undertake and perform additional duties as directed by Program Director
- Model of culture of collaboration and excellence
Education Specialist – Parent University Child Care
Location: Our office is at 1500 N Superior St, Suite 306, Toledo 43604. Work locations will vary depending on workshop locations.
- Start Date: Immediately
- Hours Per Week: Varies (3-8)
- Salary: 10.00 per hour
Questions? Contact: Parent Engagement Manager, Wendy Easler – email@example.com
Parent University Education Specialists will:
- Facilitate hands-on activities with a variety of children ages 1-10 during parent engagement and family workshops.
- Ensure the health and safety of all children under your care and the safe return of each child to their parent or caregiver.
- Assist with formative assessment and evaluation of programmatic activities.
- Report data. Maintain accurate/required paperwork (i.e., reflections, attendance records, etc.) for purposes of evaluation/reports, etc.
- Communicate successes and challenges to Parent Engagement Manager as they arise.
- Undertake and perform additional duties as directed by Program Manager.
- Model a culture of collaboration and excellence.
- Possess excellent oral and written communication skills.
- Be adept at working with diverse populations in a variety of settings from classrooms to libraries to parks to coffee shops.
- The ideal candidate will have had some teaching or student teaching experience in an early education or elementary school setting. An understanding of inquiry-based instruction is helpful. Some college coursework preferred.
Parent University is an initiative sponsored by Toledo Public Schools to educate, engage and inspire parents and families in the Toledo-area. Parent and family workshops are offered throughout the school year on a variety of topics from student success to parent leadership to family health and safety. Classes are free and open to the public.
Partners In Education is the employer for this position. Partners In Education (PIE) enhances student success by engaging the community in increasing the supports available to students in school and out-of-school through the Afterschool Alliance, Parent Engagement programming and a variety of high quality K-12 mentoring and tutoring programs.
Partners In Education requires that a criminal history background check be conducted on prospective employees as a condition of employment.
Program Manager, Mentors in Toledo Schools Program
- Start date: As soon as possible, for training during the remainder of this school year
- Starting pay: $18/hr
- Part-time (15-20 hours per week) 10-month position (August 1-May 31) with the possibility of full time as the program expands into additional school buildings
The Program Manager for Mentors in Toledo Schools organizes and manages site coordinators, community volunteers (mentors), teachers, school administrators and students to provide effective, in school, one on one student tutoring, two morning hours per day, four days per week, Monday –Thursday for each academic-year.
The program operates at TPS elementary schools that request and support this service. Currently the program is in 5 TPS Elementary schools, Deveaux, Larchmont, McKinley, Old Orchard and Sherman. The service will vary in each school based on the academic needs specifically expressed by the faculty and administration. The manager must respect that TPS schools are a union environment.
The ideal candidate communicates well with Toledo Public School teachers & principals, and is able to direct the site coordinators and mentors to review materials with students exactly as specified by the school staff. Program organization is expressed by preplanning daily mentor and student attendance for the academic year, specific daily lesson plans and materials as supplied by teachers. The program manager assures constant communication between the site coordinators, mentors, teachers and administrators by daily and weekly emails.
The Program Manager leads a team of school based site coordinators who implement teacher instructions. A site coordinator will be on duty at each school every operating day. The Program Manager assures that the site coordinators have the materials they need to implement teacher directions, communication tools to provide all communications and relief when site coordinators are unable to attend sessions. The Program Manager will keep the site coordinators apprised of all issues relating to the program and operations in all schools and will work to resolve relational issues that arise in every school regarding staffing and support.
The Program Manager is the leader in the utilization of the Mentors In Toledo Schools Website. The manager is totally knowledgeable on how the website is operated, designed to work and assists site coordinators and mentors with training, and problem solving so that the website is constantly available. The manager aggressively resolves problems that arise with the website. The manager is responsible for all data that is collected and assuring that data is accurately reported to all parties requiring reports.
Primary responsibilities include:
- Working with and as directed by classroom teachers to improve student literacy, behavior and other academic subjects.
- Managing a team of site coordinators to organize and prepare student lessons and materials for volunteer mentors.
- Assisting site coordinators in organizing and managing volunteer mentor and student schedules in relationship to school requirements.
- Working closely with teachers, students, mentors, site coordinators, school system administrators and employees to ensure successful operation of the program.
- Encouraging and rewarding students for exhibiting positive behavior
- Resolving challenges that arise among schools, teachers, mentors and site coordinators in a manner that supports teachers and the school setting.
- Designing and managing program financing and monitoring site coordinators’ time and workloads.
- Being flexible and staying aware of opportunities that enhance or expand the program. Recruit new mentors, site coordinators and evaluate new schools for the program.
- Maintaining and updating the program database to ensure that collection and reporting of student outcome data is reliable and valid.
- Working with outside evaluators on data reporting for funders and stakeholders including Toledo Public Schools and TPS parents.
- Working on partnership and fund development to support program sustainability and expansion.
- Qualified applicant should possess a bachelor’s degree (B.A., B.S, or MBA in education, business, organizational development or related field.
- Strong organizational and scheduling skills.
- Self-motivated leader who can work independently as well as part of team. Strong interpersonal skills.
- Excellent written and oral communication skills for reporting, presentations and working with schools and mentors.
- Understands and respects the diversity of families’ economic, linguistic and cultural backgrounds and situations.
- Experience with developing collaborative partners and building relationships with constituents in the community.
- Understanding of K-12 student achievement data preferred.
- Experience serving as an advocate for youth and schools.
- Strong knowledge of computers, technology, social media and web-based tools. Data management and Microsoft Office Professional mastery are essential.
- Must clear background check and have reliable transportation to travel between schools.
This position is a part-time (15-20 hours per week) 10-month position (August 1-May 31) with the possibility of full time as the program expands into additional school buildings. Starting pay: $18/hr.
Mentors in Toledo Schools (MiTS) is a literacy-based program currently targeting students at Deveaux, Larchmont, McKinley, Old Orchard and Sherman elementary in Toledo Public Schools. Students receive mentoring and tutoring support from volunteer mentors Monday through Thursday during the regular school day throughout the academic year. The primary focus is utilizing lessons and directives provided by each student’s teacher. All adult participants meet Toledo Public’s criteria for working with students including passing a background check.
Partners In Education is the employer for this position. Partners In Education (PIE) enhances student success by engaging the community in increasing the supports available to students in school and out-of-school through the Afterschool Alliance, Parent Engagement programming and a variety of high quality K-12 mentoring and tutoring programs. Partners In Education requires that a criminal history background check be conducted on prospective employees as a condition of employment.