Senior Project Manager, Student Housing
The Foundation for California Community Colleges is on a mission to double its impact in the next 10 years. We are a group of relentless optimists and innovators in education, working collaboratively with public and private partners to help improve the student experience and expand pathways to economic and social mobility in communities across California. We are seeking a Senior Project Manager to join the Foundation in its mission of benefitting, supporting, and enhancing the California Community Colleges—the largest and most diverse system of higher education in the nation.
What You’ll Do
The Senior Project Manager of Housing is responsible for overseeing Foundation for California Community College’s Foster Youth Housing Project. The vision of this project is to help foster youth emancipate into higher education and housing security through the California Community Colleges (CCCs) and on a path to rewarding careers. By laying the groundwork for building dormitory-style housing and associated wrap-around support for CCC students, this project will create a pipeline of social and economic change in the lives of foster youth. The ultimate goal is to position the Foundation as a hub for leveraging expertise, stakeholders, and resources to ensure that housing insecurity among CCC students can be addressed at scale while providing support services that improve equitable outcomes for students.
What you bring
Ideal Candidate Qualities
What we Offer
You’ll join a group of mission-driven, passionate, equity-minded individuals with a strong desire to impact and change lives for the better through education. As the official nonprofit auxiliary to the Chancellor's Office, we aim to ensure our team reflects the diversity of the California Community Colleges and the 2.1 million students, campuses, and communities it serves. Individuals are hired for their deep understanding of each population’s unique needs, and will join a collaborative environment where each team member plays an important role in helping Californians across all communities improve their social and economic mobility and build a better future for themselves and their families.
We operate from an office located in downtown Sacramento’s thriving R Street corridor. Our benefits include the CalPERS defined benefit retirement plan, generous medical, dental, and vision, tuition reimbursement, and more. We take a strategic and comprehensive approach to investing in our people, fostering an environment for employee growth, and providing diverse opportunities for continued learning, professional development, and advancement.
To learn more about the position, read the full job description > Senior Project Manager, Student Housing, Equity
For immediate consideration, please submit a letter of interest and resume saved as Microsoft Word (.doc/.docx) or Adobe Acrobat PDF (.pdf) documents to [email protected] Please include in the subject line: “Senior Project Manager, Student Housing, Equity”.