Associate Director - San Diego

The Associate Director is an experienced, mission-driven individual with a passion to achieve economic and social equity for all through education. Reporting to the Deputy Director, the Associate Director will be responsible in supporting the operations of the regional office, implementing programming, and helping achieve office objectives and goals. The position is an integral part of the organizations overall strategic endeavors and will work with the Deputy Director to enhance and expand PIQE’s mission and supports for families.

Essential Duties & Responsibilities: (Other duties may be assigned at the discretion of the Supervisor.)

• Support the Deputy Director (DD) in the implementation of programming and organizational policies

• Serve as the direct liaison between school staff and the organization, communicating regularly and consistently

• Meet with principals and other school personnel to determine date, time, space and other logistical details to ensure a successful PIQE program at school site

• Coach, train, and supervise recruiters, coordinators, and facilitators throughout the year including monitoring parent outreach, enrollment trends, attendance records, class observations, and graduation

• Assist Deputy Director in maintaining accurate records of data including surveys results, attendance, training participating, etc.

• Assist the Deputy Director in hosting weekly facilitator meetings and trainings as needed

• Assist in the development, implementation, and evaluation of program delivery to ensure optimal school and family experience

• Collaborate with Deputy Director in monitoring program quality assurance and attainment of quarterly and annual regional goals

• Support with community events, fairs, and presentations as needed throughout the region

• Establish and maintain relationships with school, district, and community stakeholders throughout the region to strategically support PIQE’s Mission

• Provides support to the Deputy Director with donor cultivation and stewardship

• Prepare and maintain appropriate payroll documentation for recruiters, coordinators, and facilitators

Supervisory Responsibilities:

• The position will supervise recruiters, facilitators, and coordinators as necessary


• Continuing education in human development, psychology, sociology, or related area

• Experience training and facilitating groups of diverse ages including adult learners

• Experience working with diverse backgrounds; strong preference for experience working with low-income and historically marginalized communities

• Experience in teaching, supervising, program delivery preferred

• Strong written and oral communication skills

• Demonstrated ability to oversee and collaborate with staff

• High level of computer literacy: (e.g. Microsoft Office 365, Google Suite, database experience)

• Bilingual in English and Spanish strongly required

Certificates, Licenses, Registrations:

A current California Driver’s License and current automobile insurance coverage.


Salary Description
$45,000 - $50,000