Area Manager

Program Administration New York, New York


Position at Catapult Learning




Catapult Learning | Full-time

At Catapult Learning, we provide educational solutions that generate academic achievement and better life outcomes for students. Join Catapult Learning and become a part of a national organization with a legacy of more than 45 years of student impact.  


How you’ll be there for educators and students: 

The Area Manager serves as an Administrator for a range of services provided to students in schools in a given region. This individual is responsible for supporting the overall service quality, client satisfaction, promotional activities and profitability of assigned programs. This individual needs to become intimately familiar with key features of all programs within their region.  This position will manage some of the company’s largest revenue accounts.

How you’ll do it:  

Essential Responsibilities:
Contract Management and Renewal

  • Intimately understand and implement the terms and conditions of all contracts and proposals for the programs in the region. 
  • Develop with Regional Director a strategic plan for optimal renewal of contracts for the region each year.
  • Carry out appropriate renewal activity throughout the year
  • Communicate regularly and effectively with representatives of the schools and the districts we serve.
  • Alert Regional Director to potential problems and offer proactively viable solutions.
  • Maintain and strengthen key relationships needed for renewal of programs.
  • Implement tools and processes to effectively manage the accounting, budgeting, and forecasting processes to support each program. 
  • Work in collaboration with territory field financial analyst as appropriate.
  • In collaboration with the Director of Academics, work to ensure a high-level instructional delivery to maximize student achievement.
  • Implement the appropriate processes, tools, and checks & balances to complete all internal and external reporting and billing requirements.


New Business Development

  • Identify and pursue new growth opportunities within region as well as growth within current programs.
  • Support the creation of a process and a plan to ensure that each school is fully leveraging its available funding according to district and company guidelines and objectives.
  • Support the creation and maintenance of a plan to develop new customer relationships and opportunities to grow the services and programs being provided within the region.

Program Supervision 

  • Oversee performance and effectiveness of program supervisors to assure that the direct service team functions well and program goals are attained. 
  • With support of the Regional Vice President or Regional Director and the HR department, oversee recruitment, selection, evaluation, retention, and, if necessary, termination of direct service staff.  
  • Assure that assembled staff can demonstrate appropriate skills, ability and training to meet the demands of contracted program. Responsible for supporting staff development and performance management. 
  • Act as a role model for establishing appropriate positive morale and attitude toward work and organization. 
  • Maintain appropriate and regular communication with staff. 
  • Assist program supervisors with swift and responsive problem-solving strategies as they arise.
  • Assure that instructional staff, physical facilities, instructional materials and equipment are adequate. 
  • Keep appropriate corporate support staff informed of contract activities. Communicate regularly with and provide needed information to the Regional Director.



How we’ll be there for you: 

We foster your well-being—health, financial, and work-life—to help you succeed and thrive. 

  • Salary Range: $100-110K annually
  • An attractive and robust suite of benefits for full-time employees.
  • Opportunities for professional development, advancement, and paid training. 
  • Carefully curated professional development materials and lesson plans.   
  • Employee assistance program. 
  • PTO: 10 vacation days, 6 sick days, 2 personal days


What we’ll need from you: 

  • Requires at least a Bachelor’s degree in Business or Education
  • At least seven years of related experience in the areas of education or business.
  • Experience working with school districts preferred.
  • Prior management and budget experience a must.
  • Excellent interpersonal, verbal, written, and organizational skills.
  • Must have the ability to communicate with all levels of management.


Wherever you are in your career, there’s a place for you on our team. 

Be there for students at Catapult Learning partner schools in the way that works best for you: year-round and/or during summer, full-time or part-time. Our various career options empower educators to find a place that is right for this moment in their lives and careers.   


Be where you’re meant to be. Apply today. 

Catapult Learning could not realize its mission or meet its business goals without the unique talents and contributions of its diverse group of professionals. Our culture, practices, and systems reflect our commitment to embedding diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) in all that we do to create an authentic and welcoming environment for all. Learn more about DEI at Catapult Learning here.  


About Catapult Learning  

Catapult Learning, a division of FullBloom, provides intervention programs for students and professional development solutions for teachers in K-12 schools, executed by a team of experienced coaches. Our professional development services strengthen the capacity of teachers and leaders to raise and sustain student achievement. Our intervention programs support struggling learners with instruction tailored to the unique needs of each student. Across the country, Catapult Learning partners with 500+ school districts to produce positive outcomes that promote academic and professional growth. Catapult Learning is accredited by Cognia and has earned its 2022 System of Distinction honor. 


FullBloom is an equal opportunity employer.  

Equal Employment Opportunity has been and will continue to be a fundamental principle at FullBloom, where employment is based on personal capabilities and qualifications. The company prohibits discrimination against any applicant or employee based on any legally recognized basis, including, but not limited to age (40 and over); color; gender, physical or mental disability; mental status; civil union/domestic partnership; national origin; ancestry; citizenship status; race; religion; creed; sex; pregnancy, childbirth, lactation, and related medical conditions; gender identity and gender expression; political affiliation; veteran status and uniformed servicemember status; genetic information (including testing and characteristics); or any other consideration protected by applicable federal, state, or local law.