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Job Locations US-IL-Chicago
Posted Date 2 days ago(1/20/2022 4:46 PM)
Students are at the core of Bottom Line. Every day, we are energized by their drive, potential, and passion. We know that the success of our students will create a ripple effect in our communities.   Bottom Line is bridging the divide of educational inequity by providing a trusted advisor and the social capital necessary for our students to earn their bachelor’s degree, build financial stability, and successfully launch thriving careers. We primarily focus on students of color who will be in the first generation of their family to earn a college degree, are from low-income backgrounds, and are academically prepared for college.     For more than two decades, Bottom Line has been fighting for educational equity by ensuring that the right to a quality college education is accessible to those whose potential and drive exceed their opportunity. For first-generation degree-aspiring students from low-income backgrounds who face systemic barriers, Bottom Line’s advisors are a relentless ally who partner with them to find the right college, persist to a degree, and successfully launch a career.   As one of the first college support organizations to focus on college completion, Bottom Line now produces best-in-class college graduation rates that reduce the significant gap between first-generation students from low-income backgrounds and their wealthier peers. We operate regional programs in Massachusetts, New York City, and Chicago that collectively serve over 7,000 students.   When you join Bottom Line, you will find an organization that lives into its core values. We are committed to building strong, impactful relationships with our students, co-workers, schools, community partners, donors, and other supporters. We are engaging, responsive, caring, direct, honest, solutions-oriented, and we always follow through on our promises. We act with empathy and extend grace to ourselves and each other. We pursue ambitious goals, hold ourselves to high standards, make data-informed decisions, and orient to long-term success for our students and our organization. We operate with curiosity, evolve thoughtfully, take informed risks, and learn from successes, setbacks, and each other. Experts in our field, we are driven by our mission and motivated by the impact we’re achieving.     At Bottom Line, we have a strong commitment to Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion. We aim to attract diverse candidate pools who hold these same values, and are ready to help us along our journey toward greater equity and inclusion.    For more information about who we are, please review our Core Values and Careers Page.      The primary focus of the College Success Advisor is to effectively serve a caseload of 75 – 80 college students at 2 to 3 college campuses using the Bottom Line DEAL (Degree, Employability, Affordability, Life Skills) model. The College Success Advisor provides one on-one academic, financial, personal, and career guidance, and tracks and records student progress in our database using both quantitative and qualitative data. Advisors are expected to build advising skills and learn the Bottom Line program model and expectations for supporting a caseload of students, with the goal of being ready for promotion to Senior Advisor after their first or second full year as an Advisor. Training and professional development in the Advisor role is focused on the Bottom Line curriculum and student services, as well as Bottom Line Foundations.
Job Locations US-NY-Brooklyn
Posted Date 4 days ago(1/18/2022 3:11 PM)
Students are at the core of Bottom Line. Every day, we are energized by their drive, potential, and passion. We know that the success of our students will create a ripple effect in our communities.   Bottom Line is bridging the divide of educational inequity by providing a trusted advisor and the social capital necessary for our students to earn their bachelor’s degree, build financial stability, and successfully launch thriving careers. We primarily focus on students of color who will be in the first generation of their family to earn a college degree, are from low-income backgrounds, and are academically prepared for college.     For more than two decades, Bottom Line has been fighting for educational equity by ensuring that the right to a quality college education is accessible to those whose potential and drive exceed their opportunity. For first-generation degree-aspiring students from low-income backgrounds who face systemic barriers, Bottom Line’s advisors are a relentless ally who partner with them to find the right college, persist to a degree, and successfully launch a career.   As one of the first college support organizations to focus on college completion, Bottom Line now produces best-in-class college graduation rates that reduce the significant gap between first-generation students from low-income backgrounds and their wealthier peers. We operate regional programs in Massachusetts, New York City, and Chicago that collectively serve over 7,000 students.   When you join Bottom Line, you will find an organization that lives into its core values. We are committed to building strong, impactful relationships with our students, co-workers, schools, community partners, donors, and other supporters. We are engaging, responsive, caring, direct, honest, solutions-oriented, and we always follow through on our promises. We act with empathy and extend grace to ourselves and each other. We pursue ambitious goals, hold ourselves to high standards, make data-informed decisions, and orient to long-term success for our students and our organization. We operate with curiosity, evolve thoughtfully, take informed risks, and learn from successes, setbacks, and each other. Experts in our field, we are driven by our mission and motivated by the impact we’re achieving.     At Bottom Line, we have a strong commitment to Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion. We aim to attract diverse candidate pools who hold these same values, and are ready to help us along our journey toward greater equity and inclusion.    For more information about who we are, please review our Core Values and Careers Page.    As Bottom Line, a national organization with three regions, continues to evolve, the need to shape fundraising strategy at the regional level has become more important. The New York region is entering our second decade of operations and we are positioning ourselves to serve 2,000 more students annually by 2026. To meet this goal, we must increase our annual operating budget by $2.8 million. The Managing Director of Development (MDD) will play a critical role in this growth by leading our regional development strategy and, as a member of the Regional Leadership Team, building a strong team and culture steeped in development, sustainability, longevity, reliability, ambition and equity.  In this role you will report to the Executive Director of the NY Region, Shauwea Hamilton. You will have 2-3 direct reports including a Grants Manager. As the incoming MDD, you will create an effective team structure and continue growing the development team while supporting regional efforts as a member of the Regional Leadership Team. The Managing Director will frequently collaborate with the NY Advisory Board Development Committee, the National External Affairs Team, and other regional development teams.  This search is being led by Candice Durham and Emelyn Guevara of Imagine Consulting. We are a talent and recruitment firm specializing in placing high-impact people in high-impact roles. Interested candidates should click here to apply. If you have questions or need support completing the application, please reach out to our team at careers@imagineimpactllc.com.
Job Locations US-MA-Jamaica Plain Boston
Posted Date 2 weeks ago(1/10/2022 4:37 PM)
Students are at the core of Bottom Line. Every day, we are energized by their drive, potential, and passion. We know that the success of our students will create a ripple effect in our communities.   Bottom Line is bridging the divide of educational inequity by providing a trusted advisor and the social capital necessary for our students to earn their bachelor’s degree, build financial stability, and successfully launch thriving careers. We primarily focus on students of color who will be in the first generation of their family to earn a college degree, are from low-income backgrounds, and are academically prepared for college.     For more than two decades, Bottom Line has been fighting for educational equity by ensuring that the right to a quality college education is accessible to those whose potential and drive exceed their opportunity. For first-generation degree-aspiring students from low-income backgrounds who face systemic barriers, Bottom Line’s advisors are a relentless ally who partner with them to find the right college, persist to a degree, and successfully launch a career.   As one of the first college support organizations to focus on college completion, Bottom Line now produces best-in-class college graduation rates that reduce the significant gap between first-generation students from low-income backgrounds and their wealthier peers. We operate regional programs in Massachusetts, New York City, and Chicago that collectively serve over 7,000 students.   When you join Bottom Line, you will find an organization that lives into its core values. We are committed to building strong, impactful relationships with our students, co-workers, schools, community partners, donors, and other supporters. We are engaging, responsive, caring, direct, honest, solutions-oriented, and we always follow through on our promises. We act with empathy and extend grace to ourselves and each other. We pursue ambitious goals, hold ourselves to high standards, make data-informed decisions, and orient to long-term success for our students and our organization. We operate with curiosity, evolve thoughtfully, take informed risks, and learn from successes, setbacks, and each other. Experts in our field, we are driven by our mission and motivated by the impact we’re achieving.     At Bottom Line, we have a strong commitment to Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion. We aim to attract diverse candidate pools who hold these same values, and are ready to help us along our journey toward greater equity and inclusion.    For more information about who we are, please review our Core Values and Careers Page.  Overview:   The Managing Director of Programs (MDP) plays a crucial leadership role to ensure Bottom Line’s MA Region continues to provide its students with impactful programming in college access, college completion, and career readiness in alignment with our vision – to create a far-reaching ripple effect, launched by the transformative power of a college degree and a mobilizing first career.   With the support of a deeply committed program team, the MDP is ultimately responsible for program outcomes in the MA region.  The ideal candidate is data savvy – able to see trends and use this data to pinpoint places for program enhancement but ultimately understands that our data and key performance indicators translate to actual students and every student matters.  They derive pleasure from coaching staff to achieve beyond what they think is possible.  This role is all about developing others in support of their growth, specifically related to Bottom Line Core Competencies as well as key job functions.  They view feedback as a gift and love to give and receive that gift. Their personal values align with the organization’s values – particularly when it comes to relationships, results, and communication.  They understand that effort should lead to results and if it doesn’t, we need to re-examine how we are doing things.   The ideal candidate has the personal operating system to withstand unexpected distractions and not lose sight of strategic priorities.  They are comfortable making decisions in alignment with the organization’s mission and values.  After consideration of effort and impact they are comfortable setting priorities and sometimes saying, “we need to do this, instead of that”.  They hold self-awareness about the intersection of their personal identity, power and privilege.  And while they might not have worked in an anti-racist organization, they are committed to joining Bottom Line recognizing that is a journey they have just begun.    Reporting to the Executive Director, the Managing Director of Programs will work closely with the regional leadership team, regional program directors, and program leadership from the National team.    This role has five key areas of focus:     % of Time Coaching & Supporting Program Leaders 25 Ensuring High-Quality, Student-Centered Program Delivery 25 Deepening Relationships with Target Colleges & Funding Partners 20 Building Strong Culture across MA Region 20 Collaborating across Organization for On-going Program Evolution 10
Job Locations US-MA-Jamaica Plain Boston
Posted Date 1 month ago(12/15/2021 11:22 AM)
Students are at the core of Bottom Line. Every day, we are energized by their drive, potential, and passion. We know that the success of our students will create a ripple effect in our communities.   Bottom Line is bridging the divide of educational inequity by providing a trusted advisor and the social capital necessary for our students to earn their bachelor’s degree, build financial stability, and successfully launch thriving careers. We primarily focus on students of color who will be in the first generation of their family to earn a college degree, are from low-income backgrounds, and are academically prepared for college.     For more than two decades, Bottom Line has been fighting for educational equity by ensuring that the right to a quality college education is accessible to those whose potential and drive exceed their opportunity. For first-generation degree-aspiring students from low-income backgrounds who face systemic barriers, Bottom Line’s advisors are a relentless ally who partner with them to find the right college, persist to a degree, and successfully launch a career.   As one of the first college support organizations to focus on college completion, Bottom Line now produces best-in-class college graduation rates that reduce the significant gap between first-generation students from low-income backgrounds and their wealthier peers. We operate regional programs in Massachusetts, New York City, and Chicago that collectively serve over 7,000 students.   When you join Bottom Line, you will find an organization that lives into its core values. We are committed to building strong, impactful relationships with our students, co-workers, schools, community partners, donors, and other supporters. We are engaging, responsive, caring, direct, honest, solutions-oriented, and we always follow through on our promises. We act with empathy and extend grace to ourselves and each other. We pursue ambitious goals, hold ourselves to high standards, make data-informed decisions, and orient to long-term success for our students and our organization. We operate with curiosity, evolve thoughtfully, take informed risks, and learn from successes, setbacks, and each other. Experts in our field, we are driven by our mission and motivated by the impact we’re achieving.     At Bottom Line, we have a strong commitment to Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion. We aim to attract diverse candidate pools who hold these same values, and are ready to help us along our journey toward greater equity and inclusion.    For more information about who we are, please review our Core Values and Careers Page.      The primary focus of the College Success Advisor is to effectively serve a caseload of 75 – 80 college students at 2 to 3 college campuses using the Bottom Line DEAL (Degree, Employability, Affordability, Life Skills) model. The College Success Advisor provides one on-one academic, financial, personal, and career guidance, and tracks and records student progress in our database using both quantitative and qualitative data. Advisors are expected to build advising skills and learn the Bottom Line program model and expectations for supporting a caseload of students, with the goal of being ready for promotion to Senior Advisor after their first or second full year as an Advisor. Training and professional development in the Advisor role is focused on the Bottom Line curriculum and student services, as well as Bottom Line Foundations.
Job Locations US-Remote
Posted Date 1 month ago(12/10/2021 1:15 PM)
Students are at the core of Bottom Line. Every day, we are energized by their drive, potential, and passion. We know that the success of our students will create a ripple effect in our communities.   Bottom Line is bridging the divide of educational inequity by providing a trusted advisor and the social capital necessary for our students to earn their bachelor’s degree, build financial stability, and successfully launch thriving careers. We primarily focus on students of color who will be in the first generation of their family to earn a college degree, are from low-income backgrounds, and are academically prepared for college.   For more than two decades, Bottom Line has been fighting for educational equity by ensuring that the right to a quality college education is accessible to those whose potential and drive exceed their opportunity. For first-generation degree-aspiring students from low-income backgrounds who face systemic barriers, Bottom Line’s advisors are a relentless ally who partner with them to find the right college, persist to a degree, and successfully launch a career.   As one of the first college support organizations to focus on college completion, Bottom Line now produces best-in-class college graduation rates that reduce the significant gap between first-generation students from low-income backgrounds and their wealthier peers. We operate regional programs in Massachusetts, New York City, and Chicago that collectively serve over 7,000 students.   When you join Bottom Line, you will find an organization that lives into its core values. We are committed to building strong, impactful relationships with our students, co-workers, schools, community partners, donors, and other supporters. We are engaging, responsive, caring, direct, honest, solutions-oriented, and we always follow through on our promises. We act with empathy and extend grace to ourselves and each other. We pursue ambitious goals, hold ourselves to high standards, make data-informed decisions, and orient to long-term success for our students and our organization. We operate with curiosity, evolve thoughtfully, take informed risks, and learn from successes, setbacks, and each other. Experts in our field, we are driven by our mission and motivated by the impact we’re achieving.   At Bottom Line, we have a strong commitment to Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion. We aim to attract diverse candidate pools who hold these same values, and are ready to help us along our journey toward greater equity and inclusion.    For more information about who we are, please review our Core Values and Careers Page.    The Marketing Manager will be a key member of the National Team at Bottom Line and an essential collaborator who supports the work of all our Teams. This person must have the relationship-building skills to be effective in virtual environments. Their verbal and written communications must be infused with cultural competency in order to represent Bottom Line and our students in all internal and external communications.   The Marketing Manager will report to the Vice President of External Affairs. Day-to-day activities include supporting digital campaigns for both fundrasing and student recruitment, social media marketing, vendor management, website management, and internal training related to our brand. The Manager will take pride in making it easier for staff across the organization to produce and distribute content that effectively engages our stakeholders and is aligned with the Bottom Line Brand Playbook. Ideally you excel at generating creative content yourself and are adept at curating and improving content produced by our staff, our students, our alumni, and our vendors.   We are seeking excellence, not perfection. An ideal applicant is not likely to check every box in the list of responsibilities below. Marketing experience and a commitment to our mission are essentials.   You learn from past successes and missed opportunities, and influence others up, down, and across the organization to do the same.
Job Locations US-Remote
Posted Date 4 days ago(1/18/2022 10:13 AM)
Students are at the core of Bottom Line. Every day, we are energized by their drive, potential, and passion. We know that the success of our students will create a ripple effect in our communities.   Bottom Line is bridging the divide of educational inequity by providing a trusted advisor and the social capital necessary for our students to earn their bachelor’s degree, build financial stability, and successfully launch thriving careers. We primarily focus on students of color who will be in the first generation of their family to earn a college degree, are from low-income backgrounds, and are academically prepared for college.   For more than two decades, Bottom Line has been fighting for educational equity by ensuring that the right to a quality college education is accessible to those whose potential and drive exceed their opportunity. For first-generation degree-aspiring students from low-income backgrounds who face systemic barriers, Bottom Line’s advisors are a relentless ally who partner with them to find the right college, persist to a degree, and successfully launch a career.   As one of the first college support organizations to focus on college completion, Bottom Line now produces best-in-class college graduation rates that reduce the significant gap between first-generation students from low-income backgrounds and their wealthier peers. We operate regional programs in Massachusetts, New York City, and Chicago that collectively serve over 7,000 students.   When you join Bottom Line, you will find an organization that lives into its core values. We are committed to building strong, impactful relationships with our students, co-workers, schools, community partners, donors, and other supporters. We are engaging, responsive, caring, direct, honest, solutions-oriented, and we always follow through on our promises. We act with empathy and extend grace to ourselves and each other. We pursue ambitious goals, hold ourselves to high standards, make data-informed decisions, and orient to long-term success for our students and our organization. We operate with curiosity, evolve thoughtfully, take informed risks, and learn from successes, setbacks, and each other. Experts in our field, we are driven by our mission and motivated by the impact we’re achieving.     At Bottom Line, we have a strong commitment to Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion. We aim to attract diverse candidate pools who hold these same values, and are ready to help us along our journey toward greater equity and inclusion.    For more information about who we are, please review our Core Values and Careers Page.    The HR Manager, Benefits, Payroll, and HRIS Administration (“HR Manager”) partners with the Operations Team to implement a total comp strategy in line with short-term and long-term priorities. The HR Manager owns benefits administration, including all vendor relationships and all employee training/ communication related to benefits. The HR Manager partners with the Ops Team to manage the bi-weekly payroll process, annual compliance audits, regular reporting (to external parties). The HR Manager is ultimately responsible for ensuring that payroll, benefit audits, and reporting are completed accurately, on time, and in line with federal, state, and local law.       Exceptional Candidate Profile:  - You are committed to educational equity, specifically supporting first-generation college students.  - You are ready and willing to hit the ground running, while also learning new skills and competencies. You are looking for a growth opportunity.  - You feel comfortable leveraging internal data, labor and compliance laws, and industry trends to drive decisions.  - You manage multiple tasks and competing priorities with tact and a high attention to detail.  - You are self-aware of the intersection of personal identity, power, and privilege. You are committed to diversity equity inclusion and belonging.   - You are you looking for a flexible, remote opportunity.  If this sounds like you and you would like to learn more, we encourage you to apply.     How You Will Spend Your Time: - Managing strategy, implementation, and ongoing administration for full benefits package, including leaves of absence and time off policies  - Serve as primary point of contact for all benefit and payroll vendors and third-party-administrators - Serve as primary source of information, as it pertains to benefits and payroll, for all BL employees - Lead Open Enrollment - Create and execute on plans to market all benefits in order to maximize usage and increase knowledge - Coordinate with HR Manager, Talent Acquisition to oversee onboarding process for all new hires - Coordinate with National Team members and Managers to oversee offboarding process - Fulfill required audits, reporting, and labor law compliance activities   
Job Locations US-Remote
Posted Date 1 month ago(12/15/2021 1:27 PM)
Students are at the core of Bottom Line. Every day, we are energized by their drive, potential, and passion. We know that the success of our students will create a ripple effect in our communities.   Bottom Line is bridging the divide of educational inequity by providing a trusted advisor and the social capital necessary for our students to earn their bachelor’s degree, build financial stability, and successfully launch thriving careers. We primarily focus on students of color who will be in the first generation of their family to earn a college degree, are from low-income backgrounds, and are academically prepared for college.   For more than two decades, Bottom Line has been fighting for educational equity by ensuring that the right to a quality college education is accessible to those whose potential and drive exceed their opportunity. For first-generation degree-aspiring students from low-income backgrounds who face systemic barriers, Bottom Line’s advisors are a relentless ally who partner with them to find the right college, persist to a degree, and successfully launch a career.   As one of the first college support organizations to focus on college completion, Bottom Line now produces best-in-class college graduation rates that reduce the significant gap between first-generation students from low-income backgrounds and their wealthier peers. We operate regional programs in Massachusetts, New York City, and Chicago that collectively serve over 7,000 students.   When you join Bottom Line, you will find an organization that lives into its core values. We are committed to building strong, impactful relationships with our students, co-workers, schools, community partners, donors, and other supporters. We are engaging, responsive, caring, direct, honest, solutions-oriented, and we always follow through on our promises. We act with empathy and extend grace to ourselves and each other. We pursue ambitious goals, hold ourselves to high standards, make data-informed decisions, and orient to long-term success for our students and our organization. We operate with curiosity, evolve thoughtfully, take informed risks, and learn from successes, setbacks, and each other. Experts in our field, we are driven by our mission and motivated by the impact we’re achieving.     At Bottom Line, we have a strong commitment to Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion. We aim to attract diverse candidate pools who hold these same values, and are ready to help us along our journey toward greater equity and inclusion.    For more information about who we are, please review our Core Values and Careers Page.    The HR Manager, Talent Acquisition is an integral member of the National Operations Team.  The HR Manager, Talent Acquisition is responsible for creating and implementing recruiting and onboarding practices and processes, as well as developing and maintaining a pipeline of qualified and diverse applicants who are committed to the mission of Bottom Line.  The HR Manager manages the full talent acquisition cycle, from opening a requisition through on-boarding the new employee, in collaboration with Hiring Managers, for all open requisitions.      Exceptional Candidate Profile:  - You love speaking with people and asking thoughtful questions that get them to share deeply about their skills and experiences.   - You are committed to educational equity, specifically supporting first-generation college students.  - You are ready and willing to hit the ground running, while also learning new skills and competencies. You are passionate about your personal development and are looking for a growth opportunity.  - You feel comfortable leveraging recruiting metrics, strategic milestones, and industry trends to drive decisions.  - You manage multiple tasks and competing priorities with tact and a high attention to detail.  - You are self-aware of the intersection of personal identity, power, and privilege. You are committed to diversity equity inclusion and belonging.   - You are you looking for a flexible, remote opportunity.  If this sounds like you and you would like to learn more, we encourage you to apply.     How You Will Spend Your Time: - Managing Talent Acquisition and Recruiting for the organization   - Sourcing and stewarding candidates  - Supporting, coaching, consulting, and training Hiring Managers  - Collaborating with regional and national teams on talent needs and requests   - Learning from, collaborating with, and supporting the head of HR and COO; Collaborating with other National Team members to increase efficiencies in work streams  - Maintaining the existing ATS, HRIS, and other relevant platforms (and eventually suggesting improvements and enhancements)  - Executing on existing talent acquisition and onboarding processes and practices (and eventually creating a strategy to elevate them)  
Job Locations US-NY-Brooklyn
Posted Date 2 months ago(11/8/2021 10:52 AM)
Students are at the core of Bottom Line. Every day, we are energized by their drive, potential, and passion. We know that the success of our students will create a ripple effect in our communities.   Bottom Line is bridging the divide of educational inequity by providing a trusted advisor and the social capital necessary for our students to earn their bachelor’s degree, build financial stability, and successfully launch thriving careers. We primarily focus on students of color who will be in the first generation of their family to earn a college degree, are from low-income backgrounds, and are academically prepared for college.     For more than two decades, Bottom Line has been fighting for educational equity by ensuring that the right to a quality college education is accessible to those whose potential and drive exceed their opportunity. For first-generation degree-aspiring students from low-income backgrounds who face systemic barriers, Bottom Line’s advisors are a relentless ally who partner with them to find the right college, persist to a degree, and successfully launch a career.   As one of the first college support organizations to focus on college completion, Bottom Line now produces best-in-class college graduation rates that reduce the significant gap between first-generation students from low-income backgrounds and their wealthier peers. We operate regional programs in Massachusetts, New York City, and Chicago that collectively serve over 7,000 students.   When you join Bottom Line, you will find an organization that lives into its core values. We are committed to building strong, impactful relationships with our students, co-workers, schools, community partners, donors, and other supporters. We are engaging, responsive, caring, direct, honest, solutions-oriented, and we always follow through on our promises. We act with empathy and extend grace to ourselves and each other. We pursue ambitious goals, hold ourselves to high standards, make data-informed decisions, and orient to long-term success for our students and our organization. We operate with curiosity, evolve thoughtfully, take informed risks, and learn from successes, setbacks, and each other. Experts in our field, we are driven by our mission and motivated by the impact we’re achieving.     At Bottom Line, we have a strong commitment to Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion. We aim to attract diverse candidate pools who hold these same values, and are ready to help us along our journey toward greater equity and inclusion.    For more information about who we are, please review our Core Values and Careers Page.    Bottom Line’s Career Connections programming is aimed at supporting students throughout their Bachelor’s experience to build their skills and social capital to achieve what we call a mobilizing first destination; graduate school or a first career mobilizing job, within 6 months after graduation.    In order to ensure that all Bottom Line students achieve this goal after graduation, the Manager of Career Connections will focus on integrating career services into our college persistence programming. Working closely with the Success Team, they will design and implement adaptive strategies that support Success Advisors and students in staying on track for achieving e-Milestones, support integrating volunteers into the student experience at Bottom Line and build and maintain relationships with non-profit partners, cross-regional staff and Program Leadership, all in support our students’ becoming career ready by graduation.  
Job Locations US-NY-Brooklyn
Posted Date 3 months ago(10/26/2021 9:28 AM)
Students are at the core of Bottom Line. Every day, we are energized by their drive, potential, and passion. We know that the success of our students will create a ripple effect in our communities.   Bottom Line is bridging the divide of educational inequity by providing a trusted advisor and the social capital necessary for our students to earn their bachelor’s degree, build financial stability, and successfully launch thriving careers. We primarily focus on students of color who will be in the first generation of their family to earn a college degree, are from low-income backgrounds, and are academically prepared for college.     For more than two decades, Bottom Line has been fighting for educational equity by ensuring that the right to a quality college education is accessible to those whose potential and drive exceed their opportunity. For first-generation degree-aspiring students from low-income backgrounds who face systemic barriers, Bottom Line’s advisors are a relentless ally who partner with them to find the right college, persist to a degree, and successfully launch a career.   As one of the first college support organizations to focus on college completion, Bottom Line now produces best-in-class college graduation rates that reduce the significant gap between first-generation students from low-income backgrounds and their wealthier peers. We operate regional programs in Massachusetts, New York City, and Chicago that collectively serve over 7,000 students.   When you join Bottom Line, you will find an organization that lives into its core values. We are committed to building strong, impactful relationships with our students, co-workers, schools, community partners, donors, and other supporters. We are engaging, responsive, caring, direct, honest, solutions-oriented, and we always follow through on our promises. We act with empathy and extend grace to ourselves and each other. We pursue ambitious goals, hold ourselves to high standards, make data-informed decisions, and orient to long-term success for our students and our organization. We operate with curiosity, evolve thoughtfully, take informed risks, and learn from successes, setbacks, and each other. Experts in our field, we are driven by our mission and motivated by the impact we’re achieving.     At Bottom Line, we have a strong commitment to Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion. We aim to attract diverse candidate pools who hold these same values, and are ready to help us along our journey toward greater equity and inclusion.    For more information about who we are, please review our Core Values and Careers Page.      As a member of the Career Connections Team, this role works in a hybrid space between Development and our NY Career Connections Team, reporting to the Director of Career Connections. With  a students first approach, this position will lead our volunteerism programming, moving the work from 1-off connections to deeper mentorship programming for our volunteers with students and a strategic focus on building a community of volunteers and corporate partners that support our students’ ability to build their social capital in service of economic mobility.  The Manager of Volunteerism and Corporate Partnerships will work closely with our Bottom Line National Team to implement a web-based volunteer engagement platform that integrates into our student-centered programming. Additionally, they will collaborate with the New York Region’s Development Team to make connections for leadership committees and our Individual Giving pipeline. 
Job Locations US-MA-Boston | US-MA-Jamaica Plain Boston
Posted Date 2 months ago(12/7/2021 9:51 AM)
Students are at the core of Bottom Line. Every day, we are energized by their drive, potential, and passion. We know that the success of our students will create a ripple effect in our communities.   Bottom Line is bridging the divide of educational inequity by providing a trusted advisor and the social capital necessary for our students to earn their bachelor’s degree, build financial stability, and successfully launch thriving careers. We primarily focus on students of color who will be in the first generation of their family to earn a college degree, are from low-income backgrounds, and are academically prepared for college.     For more than two decades, Bottom Line has been fighting for educational equity by ensuring that the right to a quality college education is accessible to those whose potential and drive exceed their opportunity. For first-generation degree-aspiring students from low-income backgrounds who face systemic barriers, Bottom Line’s advisors are a relentless ally who partner with them to find the right college, persist to a degree, and successfully launch a career.   As one of the first college support organizations to focus on college completion, Bottom Line now produces best-in-class college graduation rates that reduce the significant gap between first-generation students from low-income backgrounds and their wealthier peers. We operate regional programs in Massachusetts, New York City, and Chicago that collectively serve over 7,000 students.   When you join Bottom Line, you will find an organization that lives into its core values. We are committed to building strong, impactful relationships with our students, co-workers, schools, community partners, donors, and other supporters. We are engaging, responsive, caring, direct, honest, solutions-oriented, and we always follow through on our promises. We act with empathy and extend grace to ourselves and each other. We pursue ambitious goals, hold ourselves to high standards, make data-informed decisions, and orient to long-term success for our students and our organization. We operate with curiosity, evolve thoughtfully, take informed risks, and learn from successes, setbacks, and each other. Experts in our field, we are driven by our mission and motivated by the impact we’re achieving.     At Bottom Line, we have a strong commitment to Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion. We aim to attract diverse candidate pools who hold these same values, and are ready to help us along our journey toward greater equity and inclusion.    For more information about who we are, please review our Core Values and Careers Page.        Position Summary: The Technical Director of Product is responsible for managing a variety of Commercial Off-the-Shelf (COTS) Low-Code Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) products on the Technology and Data team. This includes driving day to day execution and delivery with constant re-prioritization and adjustments being made along the way as well as leading, managing and coordinating the development and deployment of new web applications and/or components of existing web applications, including but not limited to solutions focused on, student case management, volunteer and mentor engagement, virtual assistance for advisor service planning, and a variety of collaboration tools for students and staff. The Director will report to the Chief Technology and Data Officer (CTDO).   In this role, the Technical Director will own the vision and strategy for products on behalf of Bottom Line’s Program teams, define the product roadmap, and deliver clear requirements that will be used to bring the product to life. The right candidate will conduct research - both internally and externally when necessary – monitor and respond to feedback and metrics, and continuously drive improvements to the product based on feedback. The incumbent will possess strong technical background or experience working with technical solutions, that often require developing user stories and/or requirements to seed the design and/or customization of modular and scalable User Interface (UI) components across various Software-as-a-Service (Saas) and Low-Code Applications (LCAP). The role requires an individual who has experience leading large cross-organizational software development or software customization projects and has a well-rounded technical background in (or has worked with) current web and mobile technologies.   In addition to serving as subject matter expert and primary personnel in product development and management, the Technical Director of Product will take requirements and/or user stories they have developed, prioritize them, and carry out work to implement these requirements in the system – in some cases, the role may require leading and managing consultants on the implementation of the solution. The Director will facilitate the overall development and support of all web and mobile-based technology solutions within the purview / ecosystem of the Technology and Data team.   This role requires a thirst for continuous learning, commitment to action-oriented analysis, a can-do attitude, and a relentless focus on cultivating relationships with individuals within the organization who may later become partners. A true product owner who can be counted on to make business, technical and strategy decisions along with running day to day execution. The right candidate will thrive in a high-functioning, high producing, fast-changing, and collaborative environment. This is a highly visible and strategic role that requires a proven ability to cultivate and maintain relationships, maintain high support standards, and have excellent process and technology knowledge.     Key Relationships: Work collaboratively with other Bottom Line business units such as Program Design, Human Resources, as well as leads from Data, Programs, and Fundraising/Development, to bring any one product feature from concept to reality. Acts as the conduit with various business units across groups to ideate on workflows, and development of the final product. Oversees product enhancements and new deployments across a variety of SaaS and LCAP platforms such as: Salesforce, Power BI, Graduaway, Mainstay, and a variety of other emerging/innovative technologies.
Job Locations US-NY-Brooklyn
Posted Date 2 months ago(12/6/2021 1:58 PM)
Students are at the core of Bottom Line. Every day, we are energized by their drive, potential, and passion. We know that the success of our students will create a ripple effect in our communities.   Bottom Line is bridging the divide of educational inequity by providing a trusted advisor and the social capital necessary for our students to earn their bachelor’s degree, build financial stability, and successfully launch thriving careers. We primarily focus on students of color who will be in the first generation of their family to earn a college degree, are from low-income backgrounds, and are academically prepared for college.     For more than two decades, Bottom Line has been fighting for educational equity by ensuring that the right to a quality college education is accessible to those whose potential and drive exceed their opportunity. For first-generation degree-aspiring students from low-income backgrounds who face systemic barriers, Bottom Line’s advisors are a relentless ally who partner with them to find the right college, persist to a degree, and successfully launch a career.   As one of the first college support organizations to focus on college completion, Bottom Line now produces best-in-class college graduation rates that reduce the significant gap between first-generation students from low-income backgrounds and their wealthier peers. We operate regional programs in Massachusetts, New York City, and Chicago that collectively serve over 7,000 students.   When you join Bottom Line, you will find an organization that lives into its core values. We are committed to building strong, impactful relationships with our students, co-workers, schools, community partners, donors, and other supporters. We are engaging, responsive, caring, direct, honest, solutions-oriented, and we always follow through on our promises. We act with empathy and extend grace to ourselves and each other. We pursue ambitious goals, hold ourselves to high standards, make data-informed decisions, and orient to long-term success for our students and our organization. We operate with curiosity, evolve thoughtfully, take informed risks, and learn from successes, setbacks, and each other. Experts in our field, we are driven by our mission and motivated by the impact we’re achieving.     At Bottom Line, we have a strong commitment to Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion. We aim to attract diverse candidate pools who hold these same values, and are ready to help us along our journey toward greater equity and inclusion.    For more information about who we are, please review our Core Values and Careers Page.      The primary focus of the College Success Advisor is to effectively serve a caseload of 75 – 80 college students at 2 to 3 college campuses using the Bottom Line DEAL (Degree, Employability, Affordability, Life Skills) model. The College Success Advisor provides one on-one academic, financial, personal, and career guidance, and tracks and records student progress in our database using both quantitative and qualitative data. Advisors are expected to build advising skills and learn the Bottom Line program model and expectations for supporting a caseload of students, with the goal of being ready for promotion to Senior Advisor after their first or second full year as an Advisor. Training and professional development in the Advisor role is focused on the Bottom Line curriculum and student services, as well as Bottom Line Foundations.
Job Locations US-NY-Brooklyn
Posted Date 4 months ago(9/8/2021 12:15 PM)
Students are at the core of Bottom Line. Every day, we are energized by their drive, potential, and passion. We know that the success of our students will create a ripple effect in our communities.   Bottom Line is bridging the divide of educational inequity by providing a trusted advisor and the social capital necessary for our students to earn their bachelor’s degree, build financial stability, and successfully launch thriving careers. We primarily focus on students of color who will be in the first generation of their family to earn a college degree, are from low-income backgrounds, and are academically prepared for college.     For more than two decades, Bottom Line has been fighting for educational equity by ensuring that the right to a quality college education is accessible to those whose potential and drive exceed their opportunity. For first-generation degree-aspiring students from low-income backgrounds who face systemic barriers, Bottom Line’s advisors are a relentless ally who partner with them to find the right college, persist to a degree, and successfully launch a career.   As one of the first college support organizations to focus on college completion, Bottom Line now produces best-in-class college graduation rates that reduce the significant gap between first-generation students from low-income backgrounds and their wealthier peers. We operate regional programs in Massachusetts, New York City, and Chicago that collectively serve over 7,000 students.   When you join Bottom Line, you will find an organization that lives into its core values. We are committed to building strong, impactful relationships with our students, co-workers, schools, community partners, donors, and other supporters. We are engaging, responsive, caring, direct, honest, solutions-oriented, and we always follow through on our promises. We act with empathy and extend grace to ourselves and each other. We pursue ambitious goals, hold ourselves to high standards, make data-informed decisions, and orient to long-term success for our students and our organization. We operate with curiosity, evolve thoughtfully, take informed risks, and learn from successes, setbacks, and each other. Experts in our field, we are driven by our mission and motivated by the impact we’re achieving.     At Bottom Line, we have a strong commitment to Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion. We aim to attract diverse candidate pools who hold these same values, and are ready to help us along our journey toward greater equity and inclusion.    For more information about who we are, please review our Core Values and Careers Page.      The Director of Institutional Giving (DIG) is responsible for ensuring the continuation and growth of Bottom Line’s largest funding stream: institutional giving. This includes the creation of annual goals and fundraising strategy as well as accountability for achieving key portfolio metrics; creating and implementing strong systems and processes to support consistently excellent results, particularly with regards to our data infrastructure and funding pipeline; overseeing the work of Bottom Line’s Grants Manager and supporting with grant-writing when necessary; and cultivating the strong relationships with both internal and external stakeholders that are necessary to build a strong culture of philanthropy and ensure consistently high-quality donor experiences. Through these efforts, the DIG plays a crucial role in ensuring that Bottom Line’s New York region has the funding it needs to provide its students with impactful programming in college access, college completion, and career readiness in alignment with our vision – thereby creating a far-reaching ripple effect, launched by the transformative power of a college degree and a mobilizing first career.    A successful DIG is exceptional in managing multiple parallel processes to ensure consistently high-quality outcomes; is capable of building strong relationships with Bottom Line staff across functional areas, as well as external stakeholders, that generate enthusiasm for the key role philanthropy plays in achieving Bottom Line’s mission; is a consistently clear and persuasive writer and has strong instincts for how to craft the narrative of Bottom Line’s work; has a finely tuned and unremitting eye for detail, including in meeting strict timelines; and has strong skills in systems thinking and adapting processes to meet changing needs.    The ideal candidate is adept at withstanding unexpected distractions and not losing sight of strategic priorities. They are comfortable making decisions in alignment with the organization’s mission and values. After consideration of effort and impact they are comfortable setting priorities and sometimes saying, “we need to do this, instead of that.” They carry a strong sense of responsibility for meeting key fundraising metrics and will consistently exhibit the creativity and persistence necessary for growing the institutional giving portfolio. They are strong relationship-builders, with a keen sense for how to build meaningful and authentic collaborations with Bottom Line’s funding partners and a firm commitment to creating genuine connection points with Bottom Line’s work. They hold self-awareness about the intersection of their personal identity, power and privilege. And while they might not have worked in an anti-racist, multi-cultural organization they are committed to joining Bottom Line recognizing that is a journey they have just begun.      Our population is almost entirely made up of first-generation BIPOC students from low-income backgrounds. We especially encourage candidates whose identities reflect those of our students to apply.