Jobs

When you join Northside Achievement Zone, you’ll be working as part of a diverse team that’s helping North Minneapolis families to improve achievement in school and in life. We offer competitive benefits and the opportunity to grow with a nationally-recognized Promise Neighborhood organization.

Join us as we support a generation of Northside children on their journey to college.

Our organization is values-driven. Our NAZ F.A.C.T(s) are core to who we are as an organization and the basis of all of the decisions we make related to our people, programing, partnerships, policy platforms. Our F.A.C.T(s) are as follows:

    Focusing on the Success of our families and children

    Advancing Racial Equity for All

    Creating a Trusting Community

    Transforming our Community Through Data and Learning

Open Positions

HIRING BONUS: All new employees will receive a $3,000 hiring bonus!

Vice President of Finance 
The Vice President of Finance will provide overall and strategic direction for all financial management, accounting, and budgeting functions . This position will report to the President & CEO of NAZ and will be a part of her/his Senior Management Team, which consists of the Chief Operating Office, Chief Development Office and The Vice President of Heart (Human) Resources to ensure all financial systems are in alignment with the programmatic functions of and Strategic focus of the organization. The Vice President of Finance will supervise key department positions.

Accounting Associate
We are looking for an entry-level Accounting Associate to support the financial processes in compliance with financial policies and procedures. This includes keeping records of organizational financial systems and providing professional customer service to the internal and external users of NAZ’s financial systems.

Family Achievement Coach
The Family Achievement Coach partners with families in North Minneapolis to illuminate a path to college and leverage support along the way. The Family Achievement Coach builds trusting relationships, inspires a deep commitment from parents and students (called “NAZ Scholars”), and solidifies the belief that NAZ scholars will graduate from college. The Family Achievement Coach will work with parents or scholars to set achievement goals, encourage behaviors that support academic outcomes, and connect them with promising and proven strategies to support success. Family Achievement Coaches are accessible to parents and scholars by being located within the community. The location of the Family Achievement Coach determines their focus area. *Focus Areas: Early Childhood, Kindergarten-8th grade, High-School, Housing, and Career & Finance

Data and Reporting Associate
The Data & Reporting Associate supports the NAZ ecosystem as a member of the Data Innovation (DI) team by engaging in data management, providing user support, supporting the ongoing building and development of our data system, and supporting reporting within this data system. This system is the core database used internally by NAZ and is also shared among a network of more than 30 nonprofit organizations and schools.

Special Events and Stewardship Manager
(NAZ) seeks a dynamic professional with event planning, fundraising, and volunteer management experience to join our growing team. As a collaborative professional with a passion for creating exceptional experiences, you will work with our frontline fundraisers to help donors connect and engage with NAZ, its mission, and the broader community.

The Special Events & Stewardship Manager will co-create, plan, and execute a comprehensive stewardship and events strategy (both virtual and in-person) to enhance donor engagement, strengthen organizational involvement, and build and retain the donor community.

Partner Listings:

Ascension School
Kindergarten long-term sub
3rd Grade Teacher
7th Grade Math/8th Grade Science long-term sub

NorthPoint Health & Wellness – Lead Assistant Food Shelf
The Food Shelf Lead Assistant, in collaboration with the Food Programs Manager, provides supervision and work direction to Food Shelf Assistants, Drivers, and Volunteers to ensure smooth and efficient operations. Duties and responsibilities, include but are not limited to, supervision, compliance, inventory ordering, maintenance schedule for all food programs equipment (vehicles, coolers, HVAC, etc.), food pick-up and delivery as well as providing client assistance as needed.