Thank You for Your Interest in Joining The Commit Partnership Team
We are constantly looking for leaders who want to change the education landscape across Dallas County. Become part of our team of hard-working, smart, fun people! Currently, we have the following positions available:
The Partnership seeks an analytical, detail-oriented, enthusiastic and self-motivated team member to assist in managing the collection, analysis, interpretation, presentation, and dissemination of data to support Partnership activities in improving student outcomes. The Analytics Associate will report to the Director of Analytics and work closely with all members of the Commit team, whose work ranges from Early Childhood to College Access & Success.
The Commit Partnership is seeking an Operations Associate who will provide a variety of support through the facilitation of administrative, accounting, and staffing tasks that are critical to the success of the Operations Department. The ideal candidate would possess excellent time management skills and demonstrate the ability to adapt and re-prioritize workstreams as needed. Primary operation team workstreams revolve around finance, accounting, human resources and facility management.
Director, Individual & Major Gifts
Commit seeks a closer—an architect of the perfect pitch who will be responsible for moving a portfolio of prospects through the complete giving cycle: validation, engagement, cultivation, solicitation, gift negotiation and stewardship. The Director of Individual & Major Gifts will report to the Senior Director of Strategic Relationships.
Intern, Best in Class
This summer, Best in Class, a coalition committed to attracting, preparing, developing, and retaining excellent teachers and school leaders in the DFW region, is seeking a program intern to fulfill the following key responsibilities: Marketing and Communications, event project management, assisting with planning a high-profile Best in Class launch event celebrating new teachers in the DFW region, and building coalitions. The internship will provide hands-on experience and exposure to the broader Dallas County educational and state-wide educational community.
The Manager of Advocacy will help ensure all students have an excellent and equitable education by advancing a policy agenda aligned with community partners. In this role, s/he would focus on advancing both state and local policy across three important priority areas for the Partnership: strengthening educator quality, providing a quality early childhood education to all students, and increasing college enrollment and student persistence toward completion.
Senior Manager, Development
Commit seeks a rainmaker - an architect of the perfect pitch who understands that an investment in the systems that educate our kids is the best bet one can make. The Senior Development Manager will manage a growing portfolio of regional and national funders, develop short- and long-term project plans to execute multi-faceted partnerships, serve as Commit’s contact in relevant external settings, and craft strategies for donor cultivation advising peers and partners across the organization on fundraising strategies.