Build a career transforming students’ lives.
We are looking for individuals with not only the skills but also the commitment to our mission and our students. TAF staff enjoy a family friendly, entrepreneurial, collaborative environment where they can bring their entire selves and their ideas to work every day. We work hard and have fun doing it!
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Education and Programs
These positions are focused on expanding our programs in bringing access to transformative systems of learning, and improving the landscape of public education for all students.
The Distinguished Transformation Coach (DTC) is responsible for the support and professional development of up to eight Transformation coaches as well as managing the relationship between Transformation coaches and Network school leadership. The DTC uses the TAF Transformation Coach Evaluation Tool, and the STEMbyTAF PBL implementation Rubric as the frameworks to guide, support and develop Transformation Coaches. They are also responsible for guiding implementation and the continuous improvement of the STEMbyTAF Transformation Coaching Model.
This position is responsible for leading college and career readiness initiatives within TAF@Saghalie and supporting programming at TAF’s network of schools. They will also manage partnership programs related to college and career postsecondary readiness, including postsecondary exploration, high school internships and other STEM career-connected learning opportunities for TAF@Saghalie students. In addition, the TAF College and Career Readiness Program Manager, in collaboration with other TAF Education Team staff, will support out-of-school STEM career enrichment programs including but not limited to field experiences, job shadows, and mentorships.
The EnCounter Program Manager is a newly designed role and will report directly to the Director of the Network for EdWork (NWEW). The Education EnCounter Program Manager will oversee the Education EnCounter Program and work closely with the Director to develop programming and facilitate learning opportunities for BIPOC school and district leaders looking to transform their school environments to be (more) antiracist and relevant and responsive to BIPOC teachers and leaders as well as serve as an advocacy platform for BIPOC leaders. The program manager will also help maintain district partnerships for the Network for EdWork.
The TAF Teacher-Scientist Partnership (TSP) Program Manager is responsible for developing course curriculum, building and developing volunteer opportunities, scheduling and structuring classes, and workshops for various TSP courses on campus and manage the TSP program coordinator. S/he will also source and manage industry volunteers, recruit students, and coordinate with teachers and administration.
The TAF TSP Program Manager will lead the efforts to expand the vision of the program. In addition, they will develop indicators of success and create evaluation metrics, create and implement programmatic goals, design and deliver professional development, and document the program’s implementation and growth. This person will drive the vision forward to expand the program to give all students the opportunity to enter an industry with a science connected pipeline.
TAF’s TSP Program aims to expose students to STEM industries through a collaborative environment between volunteers (scientists) and teachers in the classroom. Industry volunteers bring their knowledge and expertise to students enabling students to apply what they are learning in the classroom to real-world applications. The TSP Program Coordinator will play an active role in expanding the TSP program within current and new TAF schools throughout King and Peirce County. This will be accomplished by implementing and maintaining program goals through the oversight of program coordination which includes volunteer management, scheduling and structuring classes, and curriculum execution. The TAF Teacher-Science Partnership (TSP) Program Coordinator reports directly to the TSP Program Manager and works closely with TAF Education Team staff, as well as TAF schools and staff.
The Maker Space Specialist reports directly to the TAF Educational Director of Technology and works closely with TAF staff, students and faculty. The role is multifaceted involving both Maker skills and lesson planning and instruction. Works in partnership with teacher of record in classroom. Maintains and plans improvement for Maker Space.
The Student Support Specialist plays an integral role within the school by providing in-class, small group and individual instruction in Math and other academic skills to students. In collaboration and with the support of classroom teachers, Student Support Specialists co-teach lessons and support learning experiences to supplement core classroom content by aiding students in the comprehension and mastery of material presented and skills introduced in class. Student Support Specialists also assist in STEM related field trips, career connected learning, college campus tours and other out of classroom learning experiences throughout the school year.
Development & Communications
These positions are focused on growing and developing the organization, focusing on fundraising efforts and donor relations.
The job duties of the Development Director include but are not exclusive to building and managing a results-oriented, effective funds development team and infrastructure to support all fundraising and stewardship activities of TAF, providing leadership in managing a team and expanding it over the next few years to accommodate organizational growth, and working hand and hand with the Director of Communications to ensure the creation and distribution of all communications that support the fundraising efforts.
These positions are focused on planning, overseeing, directing, and improving our headquarter’s space at the TAF Bethaday Community Learning Space while also supporting day-to-day operations among all staff.
The Staff Accountant supports the Director of Finance with their day-to-day functions by performing entry-level and some higher-level accounting duties. The primary work focus is on entering financial transactions into our internal databases, maintaining accounts receivable and accounts payable and reconciling accounts. Additionally, they will help with month-end duties by evaluating transactions and comparing budget to actuals, create and enter journal entries, assist in budget process, and help support annual audits.
TAF (Technology Access Foundation) is looking for a sharp, energetic person who has a penchant for detail to support our Development Team in a temporary Development Associate position. You will process contributions, maintain the database, conduct research, assist in preparation for events and donor meetings, and generate reports for the team and the TAF Board of Directors. You will also lead, implement and manage our volunteer program of STEM/industry professionals. The ideal candidate will consistently present a positive image of TAF in all internal and external contacts.