We know “It Takes a Community” and we're looking for passionate changemakers dedicated to improving San Francisco public schools to join our team.

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Over the past 40+ years, the San Francisco Education Fund has honed our approach of mobilizing community resources to make a difference for public school students.

We are now poised to deepen and grow our impact through a combination of strategic investments in our programs that will accelerate achievement with the students we serve and through a major recruitment effort to get even more community members involved in our schools.

Current Job Opportunities

Senior Coordinator, Corporate Partnerships

San Francisco, CA, USA; Full Time


Employer: San Francisco Education Fund
Job Title: Senior Coordinator, Corporate Partnerships
Type: Exempt
Location: San Francisco, CA (Currently hybrid; work from home and in the office 1x a week)


The San Francisco Education Fund leverages the full power and breadth of our collective resources to invest in the success of SFUSD public school students; mobilizing the community through tutoring and mentoring, scholarships, teacher grants, and corporate school adoption. We believe all students deserve an equitable and inclusive education experience and the opportunity to thrive, regardless of race, ethnicity, nationality, socio-economic status, gender, sexual orientation, or other life circumstances. We know “It Takes a Community” and we’re looking for passionate changemakers dedicated to improving San Francisco public schools to join our team. Additional information about the Ed Fund’s programs can be found at www.sfedfund.org.


The Circle the Schools (CTS) program cultivates our corporate community as champions and stewards of our schools by matching local companies with public schools to bring volunteers and resources into San Francisco’s highest needs schools.

The Senior Coordinator of Corporate Partnerships is responsible for the leadership and facilitation of school and corporate partnerships at assigned schools as part of the Circle the Schools (CTS) Program. The Sr. Coordinator will be key player in ensuring our partnerships advance equitable access to opportunities and resources for public school students and teachers while also providing companies with meaningful, engaging community-based volunteer experiences. This position reports to SF Education Fund’s Partnerships Manager.


  1. Implement the Circle the Schools corporate partnership program at partner schools
    • Serve as the liaison between corporate partners and the school team (principal, Education Fund staff, and teachers) to support mini grants and deliver excellent operational outcomes and strong partnerships that meet the needs of both the corporate partner and the school
    • Lead the implementation of the action plan at each school site; oversee and coordinate at least 3-5 events for each partnership (some virtual, some hybrid and most in-person at the school) with the CtS coordinator
    • Utilize Salesforce to record partnership data, including all events and attendee information, grants and communications
    • Document details of each event including photos, quotes and stories, and assist with collection of program evaluations and lead other volunteers and staff in doing so
    • Create and distribute annual impact reports and surveys to school and corporate leads documenting partnership metrics and highlights
  2. Develop and maintain relationships with school staff and corporate partners
    • Support the Partnerships Manager to recruit and onboard new corporate partners and offboard outgoing partners
    • Facilitate all communication between the school and corporate leads; schedule and lead beginning-of-year planning meetings, mid-year check-ins and end-of-year debrief meetings, as well as other planning meetings that might arise
    • Provide responsive and effective customer service to corporate and school leads, as well as key staff at partner schools and follow up with all parties in a timely manner
    • Write and compile compelling emails; prepare for and facilitate partner meetings
  3. Personnel Supervision
    • Supervise the CTS Coordinator; provide ongoing coaching, support and feedback to them and facilitate regular formal evaluations
    • Lead the CTS Coordinator to execute high quality and mission-aligned programming and volunteer experiences, provide quality assistance to schools and partnerships and collect/apply data and feedback for continuous program improvement
    • Participate in regular Supervisor Meetings with a commitment to self-reflection, growth and collaboration
    • In partnership with Senior Leadership Team, troubleshoot external or internal challenges
  4. Participate as a member of the Program team
    • Help facilitate partnerships with SFEF priority schools
    • Assist with and attend Education Fund special events such as our Back-to-School Gala, Volunteer Recognition Event and Maisin Scholar Award Ceremony
    • Seek out corporate table sponsors and assist with fundraising for Back-to-School Gala
    • Support broader Ed Fund work around school engagement and contribute to broader program strategic planning


  • Bachelor’s degree and 3+ years relevant work experience in project management, event planning, CSR, nonprofit/NGO practice, partnerships or a combination
  • Minimum one year of experience managing at least one direct report
  • Demonstrated commitment to educational equity and improving public education through community involvement
  • Strong project management skills including the ability to handle multiple deadlines and competing priorities with demonstrated results
  • Ability to build strong partnerships with multiple stakeholder audiences, including business executives, principals, teachers and volunteers
  • Strong critical thinking and problem-solving skills; a driving force who works toward clarity and solutions
  • Excellent written, oral and interpersonal communication skills, including public speaking and presentation skills; service-oriented mentality with client first approach
  • Knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite and Google Suites
  • Must pass criminal background check upon receiving an offer
  • Ability to travel to SFUSD school sites for events


  • Previous use of Salesforce CRM
  • Strong Adobe Suite skills
  • Prior work in education, foundations, social impact or nonprofits
  • Bi-lingual skills in English and Spanish and/or Cantonese


The Senior Coordinator of Corporate Partnerships is an exempt position. The starting annual salary range for this position is $70,000 – $80,000 based on years of experience in a similar role. The Ed Fund is deeply committed to equity and fairness and therefore salary offers are based on set criteria and are determined in conjunction with an internal equity pay assessment. The San Francisco Education Fund provides a competitive benefits package, including generous vacation, medical, dental, vision, short-term and long-term disability and other fringe benefits.

To Apply

AA/EOE. The San Francisco Education Fund is committed to building a culturally diverse staff and strongly encourages women, people of color, individuals with disabilities and veterans to apply. No phone calls, please. Applications submitted without a cover letter will not be considered. This position will remain open until filled; complete applications will be reviewed as they are received.

Apply at: https://www.idealist.org/en/nonprofit-job/d893fe8dc4d64768b6b558b8b5a27921-senior-coordinator-corporate-partnerships-san-francisco-education-fund-san-francisco

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Beyond competitive compensation, we’ve got generous benefits that enhance the Ed Fund experience and attract truly phenomenal people to join our team.

Meaningful Time Off

11 paid holidays in addition to accrued sick and vacation days, Shortened Summer Fridays, and some office closures for fun get togethers

Hybrid WFH/Remote Schedule

One day in the office each week to connect and collaborate, four at home to focus deeply and knock out projects efficiently

Medical Benefits

Generous bi-weekly reimbursement for your choice of multiple health, dental and vision plans

Commuter Checks

Use pre-tax dollars to save some cash (and help save the earth)!

Professional Development

Join a community of lifelong learners committed to your development and growth

Joyful, Caring Environment

Our team cares deeply about one another and the work we do. We prioritize joyful connections throughout our work together

Deep Commitment to Diversity, Equity and Inclusion

We walk the talk in everything we do. Our community of lifelong learners is reflective and ready to uncover our blind spots, aspiring to be a model of cultural competence in our community.