Equity and Inclusion Policy

Marin Promise Partnership is an equal opportunity employer, hiring and promoting staff and providing equity training to individuals without regard to race, creed, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, marital status, national origin, age or physical ability. Women, underrepresented minorities, people with disabilities and veterans are strongly encouraged to apply.

Click here for more information on the Marin Promise Equity and Inclusion Policy.


Current Openings:

Action Team Coordinator


Marin Promise Partners believe that every child in Marin can reach his/her full educational potential regardless of race, ethnicity or income. That’s why more than 40 schools, nonprofits, businesses, and government agencies have come together as a cross-sector cradle to career network to address Marin County’s persistent and systemic educational inequities. With the support of backbone team staff, Partners promise that by 2028 they will have closed educational equity gaps at every stage along the cradle to career educational journey. Using the StriveTogether collective impact framework, Partners are:

  • aligning around a common vision,

  • using data to hold each other accountable,

  • taking collective action,

  • and advocating for equitable, systemic change.

Position Description:

This is an exciting time to join Marin Promise Partnership! MPP is looking for a highly collaborative, detail-oriented, and enthusiastic individual to contribute to the attainment of educational equity in Marin County through support to the Partnership's action teams (small working groups). The Action Team Coordinator is responsible for supporting the administrative and data needs for community meetings. This full-time position works closely with the meeting managers and the data manager to assure that these data-driven, highly interactive meetings run smoothly.

This position is ideal for a candidate who is passionate about educational equity, and enjoys working in a dynamic, small-team environment. This position does require traveling to various meeting destinations in Marin County and access to a reliable vehicle is necessary. The ideal candidate will have experience with meeting planning, logistics, and note-taking and must have mastery of Google suite and a high comfort level with spreadsheets and managing data. This person must be exceedingly well organized and flexible. The candidate must have a “can do” attitude with a good sense of humor and must be passionate about educational equity in Marin County.

Meeting Administration:

  • Approximately 50% of time to be spent on administrative support for meetings.

  • Develop and maintain team calendars and timelines including scheduling and reserving meeting spaces.

  • Maintain team communications including invitations and reminders.

  • Maintain meeting records including collecting RSVPs, tracking attendance and taking meeting notes.

  • Provide professional meeting materials with direction from team and data managers (slides, links, handouts, data reports).

  • Maintain Google Drive filing system with meeting documents.

Data Administration (Under the direction of the Data Manager):

  • Approximately 50% of time to be spent on collecting, organizing and creating data presentations.

  • Data Entry (linking or transcribing data information from online data banks to MPP sheets).

  • Develop and strengthen relationships with key data partners in the community

  • Pull and process data for bi-monthly student progress reports using school database systems and Google Sheets.

  • Produce visually effective and accessible reports (charts and graphs) for monthly community meetings with guidance from the Data Manager.

The candidate should possess the following:

  • Bachelor's degree in a relevant field or 2 years of administrative experience

  • Proficient in Google Drive applications (Sheets, Docs, Slides, Calendar), Airtable and Constant Contact

  • Ability to get quickly up to speed on new technologies

  • Experience/comfort working on a small, entrepreneurial team

  • Expertise in managing large data sets or comfort with numbers and willing to learn

  • Familiarity with public education landscape in Marin helpful (experience living/working in Marin County is highly desirable)

  • Able to work with multiple managers around meeting needs, sometimes with time constraints

  • Excellent time management: follows-through on a timely basis on all deliverables and activities.

  • Excellent project management and organizational skills; ability to manage multiple priorities and complex tasks

Marin Promise Partnership Benefits & Other Information:

We offer a unique, flexible work culture that is incredibly results-driven and mission-focused. The Backbone Team cares deeply about closing the opportunity gap in Marin, and you’ll have a chance daily to impact the lives of thousands of students on a small, but mighty team. Here are a few important details to know:

  • Compensation is 45-55k annually.

  • We offer a flexible work schedule with opportunities to work remotely on occasion.

  • Employees are given a laptop for work (the laptop is free after one year of employment).

  • This role requires regular travel throughout Marin County, so reliable access to transportation is necessary.

  • We strive to be a learning organization, so we provide regular professional development opportunities as well as an annual staff retreat.

  • Marin Promise Partnership’s fiscal agent is 10,000 Degrees and you would officially be their employee.

Don’t delay! Apply today! Here are next steps:

Application Process:

Please submit a resume, a thoughtful cover letter outlining the reasons you should be our next Action Team Coordinator to info@marinpromise.org using the subject line “Action Team Coordinator – Last Name”. The position is open until filled. No calls, please.

Marin Promise Partnership is an equal opportunity employer, hiring and promoting staff and providing equity training to individuals without regard to race, creed, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, marital status, national origin, age or physical ability. Women, underrepresented minorities, people with disabilities and veterans are strongly encouraged to apply.