Positions Report to: Senior Director, Recruitment

Start/End Date: Immediate

Compensation: $58,500 - $63,000. EHTP offers a competitive salary commensurate with experience and a comprehensive benefits package

Location: Hybrid


East Harlem Tutorial Program (EHTP) began in 1958 as a children's reading group and has since grown into a multi-site after-school program for public school students and a network of charter schools focused on significantly increasing the college graduation rate in East Harlem. Between EHTP’s after-school programs and charter schools, more than 15,000 East Harlem youth and their families have walked through its doors – and, by participating in EHTP's year-long, free programs, they have improved their academic skills, developed confidence, and found community.

For more information about EHTP's mission, model, and programs, please visit us at www.ehtp.org.


EHTP aims to serve as an agent of change and thoughtfully contribute to the national fight for racial equity. Through our organization-wide commitment to anti-racism work, we prepare our scholars to effect change, challenge the status quo, and thrive in the world around them. Furthermore, as staff members we face our own racial identities and conscious and unconscious biases. With this in mind, all of our professional development, curriculum, organizational materials and processes are designed with a goal of racial justice. To read EHTP’s racial equity statement, please click here.


We are looking for an Associate, Recruitment to manage the hiring process for EHTP’s Out of School Time (OST) program while providing support for open roles across EHTP’s Central office, Teaching Residency, and Scholars Academies.  As a member of the Recruitment Team, you will work alongside a collaborative team that prioritizes EHTP’s anti-racist work in our recruitment and hiring process. You will impact our scholars by ensuring that we select qualified instructors who will support them in reaching their full academic potential and realizing their best selves.


  • You have 1 - 3 years of experience in recruitment or in an after-school program in an instructional or administrative role
  • You have strong relationship-building skills and a proven record of fostering authentic relationships with a variety of stakeholders
  • You value feedback and approach your work with humility
  • You pay exceptional attention to detail, proactively approach your work, and possess a strong customer service orientation
  • You’re flexible, adaptable, and willing to pivot on short notice to meet the team’s hiring needs
  • You’re proficient in G Suite, Microsoft products, and an ATS (Greenhouse experience is a plus)
  • You possess strong writing, proofreading, and verbal communication skills
  • You believe deeply in EHTP’s mission, core values, and racial equity statement


Recruitment & Selection

  • Own the full recruitment process for OST roles in addition to entry-level Central roles; support with Scholars recruitment as needed
  • Develop partnerships with OST hiring managers and seek to understand OST’s needs and program model to make adjustments to the recruitment and selection process
  • Thoughtful and meticulous screening of candidates, keeping in mind EHTP’s anti-racist practices, core values, and candidate experience guidelines


  • Attend career fairs and events on behalf of EHTP, utilizing EHTP’s employee value proposition and racial equity statement to connect with prospects and cultivate candidates
  • Manage candidate outreach for Teaching Residency and OST, including prospects from career fairs and partner referrals

Logistics and Operations

  • Determine a project management tool, in partnership with the Deputy Director, Recruitment, that allows the team to organize, track, and manage work streams for the Teaching Residency hiring process
  • Partner with Hunter College’s School of Education to strengthen the Teaching Residency application process and organization of applicant materials
  • Successfully plan and oversee logistics and operations for Teaching Residency finalist days with minimal supervision while identifying improvement areas to ensure an equitable candidate experience
  • In partnership with recruitment team staff, provide operational and planning support for Scholars Academies interview days
  • Develop strong proficiency in Greenhouse; manage data uploads and outreach lists for Teaching Residency and OST

Thank you in advance for taking the time to apply to East Harlem Tutorial Program.

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