The Management Center
About the organization
Our mission is to help leaders working for social change build and run more equitable, sustainable, and results-driven organizations. Founded in 2006, we’re now a 50 person, $12 million organization. We've helped shape the practices of hundreds of influential organizations and thousands of individual managers and staff, with a particular focus on social justice and educational equity organizations. Our clients work on critical issues, like advocating for educational equity, promoting immigration reform, fighting for racial, economic and gender justice, and protecting voting rights. We aim to help them make their organizations as effective as possible by providing coaching, training, and resources for the broader field.
Reporting to the Managing Partner of Training, Tamara Osivwemu, the Curriculum Designer will bring TMC content to life through training curricula that engage participants and effectively support them to implement what they learn when they return to work.
In your first year, a critical and exciting aspect of this new role will be designing–from the ground up–a new approach for the online version of our core Managing to Change the World course: one that takes advantage of the best practices and exciting opportunities that online instruction affords, while not losing TMC’s trusted, practical approach.
Beyond that, you’ll have the opportunity to strengthen the interactive and online elements of our broad scope of trainings so they are more engaging for all and accessible to a wide audience (with specific emphasis on serving those who are traditionally marginalized in workplace learning environments - such as those who identify as BIPOC, neurodiverse, having a disability, and/or early career). You’ll evaluate the effectiveness of curricula by observing our trainings and reviewing participant data. You’ll support trainers in delivering curriculum well by writing clear participant outcomes and trainer guides. Throughout your design work, you’ll collaborate across a range of departments at the Management Center, working with our Content, Coaching, and Admin Teams.
You are an innovative curriculum designer with a strong understanding of adult learning, in-person training, and online instruction. You are aligned with the Management Center’s approach to management and work practices – namely, that at the end of the day, great managers, staff members, and teams must deliver exceptional results toward their missions, interrupt systemic inequities (such as racism and sexism), and invest in people, relationships, and systems to create healthy organizations.
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