New Tech Network (NTN), a national non-profit organization, is a leading design partner for comprehensive school change. We work closely with districts and schools to create innovative learning environments. Through a proven school model, a project-based learning platform, and powerful professional development, we coach schools toward lasting change and ongoing improvement. New Tech Network aims to create an organization that reflects the communities we serve and a culture where everyone feels valued, heard, and included. NTN commits to intentionally work to disrupt inequities, both internally and across the network (NTN’s Equity Beliefs and Commitments).

The School and Leadership Support (SLS) Coordinator reports directly to the NTN Chief Schools Officer (CSO), providing direct support to the CSO as well as a variety of projects across SLS.  The Coordinator will help to develop and maintain strong systems and processes to ensure successful implementation of services to NTN schools.  

LOCATION: Remote, with up to 20% travel 

REPORTS TO: Chief Schools Officer


Project Support

  • Support communication efforts for various projects and services within SLS
  • Support the development, implementation, and improvement of department workflow systems and processes
  • Support scheduling, registration, and attendance tracking for SLS services (NTN Coach Development Program, NTN 101, NTN Deep Dive Workshops)
  • Support efforts to hire and assign external facilitators for NTN Deep Dive Workshops, including collaborating with the People, Culture, and Equity team on hiring consultants / contract employees
  • Support quality assurance efforts for SLS services, including sending participant surveys and ensuring documentation and data tracking in Salesforce
  • Manage distribution of NTN Practice Cards for all SLS services
  • Support the NTN school renewal processes, including data collection and analysis
  • As needed, support NT school induction event planning and logistics
  • Help to ensure alignment and consistency across NT events
  • Serve as a liaison to the Finance Team and Contract Coordinator on school contracts

Support for the CSO

  • Strategic calendar management for the CSO; ability to anticipate, understand priorities, reconcile conflicts easily and prioritize days accordingly
  • Proactively coordinate and engage with CSO and other leadership in planning and organizing events, activities and calendars
  • Schedule of all team meetings and associated logistics
  • Ensure advance distribution of materials for meetings and/or events
  • Plan and coordinate travel, travel itineraries, logistics, including last-minute change management
  • Manage filing, archiving, expense reports and reimbursements


    • Ability to work with little direction and independently when necessary
    • Ability to respond within Central and Eastern time zones
    • Expert on Microsoft Office Suite with balanced skills across Word, Excel, Outlook and PowerPoint as well as Mac, iPhone and iPad competent
    • Experience with Google Suite (i.e., google drive, slides, documents, etc.)
    • Experience exercising discretion and confidentiality with sensitive corporate and personal information
    • Must have strong critical thinking skills
    • Clear and concise oral and written communication skills, at the right level for the appropriate stakeholder
    • Must have the ability to be flexible and adaptable; ability to successfully work in a fast-paced changing environment
    • Excellent organizational skills with an ability to think proactively and prioritize work
    • Demonstrated professionalism in working with internal and external stakeholders, especially at the executive level 
    • Ability to successfully work remotely
    • High school diploma or G.E.D.

Preferred Qualifications

  • Associate’s or Bachelor’s degree 
  • 5+ equivalent years in an executive support role, ideally in the non-profit or education sector
  • Project management experience (ongoing, complex projects) and/or PMP certification 
  • Experience in Salesforce 

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