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Sacramento District Lead


Reporting directly to the Executive Director, District leads are responsible for the overall operations and performance of their respective district. This
includes maintaining relevant records, the implementation of site specific and companywide initiatives and communicating status of district to the
Sacramento office. In this role, the District Lead should have excellent written and verbal communication, strategy and understanding the Academy’s
mission and vision. The District lead shall be the primary contact for all team members within their respective district and responsible for the overall
facilitation of education and special events execution.

Compensation: $16 - $18/Hr (DOE)

Commitment: 35 Hrs/Week

Travel: Some


  • Communicating directly with district and schools

  • Responsible for training of staff and attending professional development workshops monthly

  • Responsible for maintaining communications with Sacramento office

    • This includes conveying district information, site specific information, weekly updates completed every Thursday​

  • Ensure the completion and recording of administrative documents and filing for district. Documents are to be uploaded to a sharable drive for companywide reference

    • Staff documents: TB, fingerprinting, hiring documents, etc.​

    • Scholar Documents: Reflections for all sites, test scores, attendance, parent teacher pacts, etc.

  • Ensure team and site quality assurance

  • Ensure lessons are ready for distribution four (4) weeks prior to teaching.

  • Maintain staff schedule for teaching, meetings, and all required Square Root Academy related items as necessary

  • Develop site reports to provide to district upon contract completion

  • Lead team meetings for specific site

  • Coordinate team meetings for site team

  • Maintain calendar

  • Ensure proper worksheets, quizzes etc. are printed one (1) week prior to class

  • Communicate materials needed for office

  • Ensure contracts are completed as defined in the MOU between hiring party


  • Understanding of nonprofit organizational structure

  • Exceptional written and oral communication skills

  • Excellent research skills

  • Knowledge of wealth and education disparities in underserved communities

  • Strategize and lead new initiatives in a team environment

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