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Senior Manager of Legislative Affairs

Position Title: Senior Manager of Legislative Affairs Type: Full Time Location: Chicago, IL Compensation:  Competitive Salary Commensurate with Experience + Full Suite of Benefits INCS seeks a Senior Manager of Legislative Affairs to support INCS’ efforts to create transformative policy conditions for high-quality charter public schools to serve students and families well. Reporting to the…
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Business Partnerships Manager

Position Title: Business Partnerships Manager Reports To: Director of Growth & Support Type: Full Time or Contract Location: Chicago, IL Compensation: Competitive Base Salary + Generous Commission Structure As a member of the Charter Growth and Support team, the Business Partnerships Manager will lead the development and ongoing management of relationships with organizations that seek…
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Cultural competency is a lifelong process of building the knowledge, mindset, and skills necessary to engage fully and effectively with students, colleagues, and stakeholders of different backgrounds. This process requires us to deeply understand our nation’s history of injustice and its link to the persistent opportunity gaps that INCS and its member schools are focused on closing. It also requires us to strengthen our cultural competency by better understanding our own implicit and explicit biases and by reflecting on our words and actions through open dialogue.

INCS invests in building greater cultural competence and responsiveness across our team by supporting ongoing reflection, learning, skill-building, and positive actions. We know that culturally competent teams, especially when inclusive of individuals who share the racial, socioeconomic, and/or academic backgrounds (e.g., first generation college goers) of member schools’ student populations, are best equipped to take action to ensure fairness inside and outside of INCS. To that end, we believe in building a richly diverse and inclusive organization, including a mission-critical imperative for all staff to both model and contribute to the vision we hope to achieve.

We believe it is critical for leaders to reflect the communities that they serve and that diversity across multiple dimensions enables us to achieve our mission of transforming lives and communities through public education. We don’t just accept difference – we celebrate it, support it, and thrive on it for the benefit of our staff, member schools, and the broader community. INCS is proud to be an equal opportunity workplace and is an affirmative action employer. We seek and welcome a diverse pool of candidates in this search.