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Deputy VP of Research & Evaluation

About the Role
Reporting to the Vice President for Research and Evaluation, the Research & Evaluation Deputy will help ensure that the R&E Team functions smoothly and effectively, sets priorities and goals that increase The Future Project’s understanding and evidence base about how to unlock possibility in young people, and executes on those goals and priorities powerfully. To do this, the Deputy must be highly strategic, committed to breakthrough learning and innovation, and able to build systems, organize work, and support a high-functioning team.

Key Responsibilities

  • As a key thought partner to the VP of Research and Evaluation, help set R&E goals, priorities, and projects--ensuring that they advance the strategy of TFP powerfully
  • Build systems and structures to manage work and ensure the R&E team is executing on its goals each quarter and year
  • Manage special projects as needed by the VP of Research and Evaluation and the broader Innovation Team
  • Facilitate cross-functional cooperations with other teams at TFP, such as the program design team or the development team, to ensure maximum impact
  • Lead or support on specific, high-priority projects
  • Manage or aide in managing key partnerships, consultants, and other external relationships
  • Identify needs, roadblocks, and opportunities within the R&E team and work with the VP of R&E to ensure team members are supported, inspired, and clear on priorities
  • Organize and facilitate team meetings within R&E and between R&E and other TFP teams

Who We're Looking For:
This is a position with significant opportunity for growth within the organization. We’re looking for someone who is passionate about research, learning, innovation and data. We envision that this teammate will:

  • Hold a BA or BS
  • Be interested in research, innovation processes, or data-driven decision-making
  • Be passionate about unlocking potential in young people and reimagining school
  • Be highly organized, self-motivated, and proactive
  • Be a great communicator
  • Be a good task and project manager able to organize teams, workstreams, goals, priorities and projects to accomplish a larger goal
  • Be eager to learn and grow within TFP and within the field of youth development
  • Experience or background in research, education, youth development, or nonprofit programs a plus (but not required)
  • Strong ability to think strategically and help plan projects and workstreams toward achieving goals, especially in the realm of research and evaluation goals
  • Familiarity with structures, processes, practices of a R&E team and how to build a great culture and systems for such a team
  • Familiarity with Google Suite, Slack, and other communication platforms

Application Process
We are accepting applications for this role until Wednesday, November 22.  The starting salary for this role will be $70,000.  The Future Project offers a competitive benefits package.

The Future Project  is committed to a policy of Equal Employment Opportunity and will not discriminate against an applicant or employee on the basis of race, creed, religion, color, national origin, age, alienage or citizenship status, ancestry, nationality, national origin, marital or domestic partnership or civil union status, familial status, sex, pregnancy, or gender.


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