Achieve Twin Cities is a dynamic organization with a dedicated and talented team. We value collaboration, innovation and professional development.

Check out these great opportunities below! 

Monitoring & Evaluation Data Specialist  

The monitoring and evaluation data specialist (“data specialist”) supports the manager of monitoring and evaluation (M & E) in developing and executing overall M & E strategy for Achieve Twin Cities. They are specifically responsible for managing the integration, storage and analysis of Achieve quantitative data in our Salesforce database. A major focus is building staff capacity to use our Salesforce platform and making data more accessible and useful to program and advancement teams so they can make better informed decisions related to service delivery and program improvement. Experienced Salesforce administrators are preferred but we will also consider providing Salesforce novices an opportunity to learn on the job and sponsoring Salesforce Administrator Certification after one year of training with Achieve. Priority given to applications received by September 9.

Career and College Readiness Coordinators

We are hiring three career and college readiness coordinators to manage our career and college centers at Edison High School, Longfellow High School and Patrick Henry High School in Minneapolis Public Schools (MPS). As a key member of their school counseling teams, these coordinators will advise and guide students in their career and postsecondary exploration and planning. They will also support the development and implementation of career and college readiness systems and activities in partnership with school and community-based staff. This is a 12-month salaried position (no work in July). Ideal start date for these three positions is mid-September. Priority given to applications received by Wednesday, August 24.

Step Up Level 2 Director

This team member provides strategic leadership for the Step Up Youth Employment Program’s Achieve Twin Cities Step Up team. Their primary focus is Step Up Level 2, which serves Minneapolis youth age 16-21. The director collaborates with the City of Minneapolis and other key partners to align Step Up’s overall program vision, strategy and activities, and is responsible for Step Up Level 2 program growth and evaluation, staff supervision, employer partnerships, data and systems, budget and fundraising, external messaging, and the development of Achieve-led program components. Priority will be given to applications received by Friday, August 26.

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Our Values

Our Commitment to Equity

Achieve Twin Cities is committed to hiring talented individuals who are passionate about our mission, represent the communities we serve and contribute to the diversity of our workplace and our city. We acknowledge and honor the fundamental value and dignity of all persons.

Our hiring decisions are guided by our equity values: embracing differences  – race, culture, religion, ability, gender, gender expression, sexual orientation and class  – eliminating racism and other forms of bias, and creating an inclusive workplace where all employees feel valued, heard and respected.

Investing in Our Staff

All employees receive annual funds for professional development opportunities that center on their professional interests and goals.

We also facilitate all-staff trainings each year that focus on equity, workplace culture and other capacity and community-building issues.

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