Director of Partner Success, Let’s Get Ready

Posted by Let's Get Ready on November 21, 2023

About The Organization: 

Let’s Get Ready has been in operation for over 25 years; the organization has an annual budget of $4.6 million and a staff of 25, who work remotely. Traditionally we have served students in our Northeast footprint – from Pennsylvania to Maine – but with the recent pivot toward a fully virtual program model we now serve students in 22 states across the country. We have just launched a Strategic Plan outlining a roadmap for growth and impact, including significant increases in students served and growing the team of full-time staff to 31. We aim to serve 25,000 students annually by 2025, which will almost double the number of students served on an annual basis. These increases will include students in our existing hubs: Greater Boston, New York City, and Philadelphia, as well as significant growth in students from rural communities, and other geographies across the country. We are simultaneously focused on increasing the revenue, visibility and focus on values necessary to support this future growth.

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About The Position:

The Director of Partner Success is a critical leader in the External Affairs team as we execute on our plan to serve 25,000 students annually and prepare for impactful work even beyond the 2025 strategic plan. The director reports to the Managing Director of Partnerships and works across internal and external stakeholders to ensure LGR maintains a high-quality, mission-aligned portfolio of partners. The ideal candidate is a highly effective relationship builder who thrives in collaborative environments and external meetings, strategically identifies opportunities and advises on departmental strategy while also independently executing on and proactively improving the partner life cycle.

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