The Youth Policy Institute is currently seeking an Assistant Director to manage multiple programs/services and initiatives for its Los Angeles Promise Neighborhood in the Promise Zone. The Los Angeles Promise Neighborhood in the Promise Zone will transform communities within the Promise Zone through a continuum of cradle-to-college-and-career services and will be a zone of choice for families with a wide range of high-quality school options including traditional, charter, pilot and partnership schools. The centerpiece of the Los Angeles Promise Neighborhood in the Promise Zone is an innovative public-private partnership that blends diverse funding streams around a core set of outcomes and objectives. The Los Angeles Promise Neighborhood in the Promise Zone is transforming 8 neighborhood schools into full-service community schools focusing on student proficiency and family supports through the college and career pathway. The Assistant Director will work closely with the department’s leadership team, other department managers, fiscal department, development department, research and evaluation, and quality assurance team. The Assistant Director will serve as an integral part of the department management team and will provide day-to-day oversight of school site programs, services, and staff to ensure programs are successful and grant requirements are met. The Assistant Director will be responsible for ensuring services are accessible, high quality, and align with overall grant outcomes. The Assistant Director will work with local schools, community-based organizations, elected officials, and community leaders and residents to implement collaborative solutions in order to meet multiple program outcomes. This individual will be flexible and personable, able to balance multiple projects at once, and handle all issues and concerns in a professional manner. The Assistant Director will be responsible to travel to various school sites and service sites to ensure proper program implementation. This individual will be comfortable having difficult conversations, working in a close-knit team, and willing to take on additional projects as necessary to support greater community results overall.