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Would you be excited to help drive a movement to get kids across the country learning outside? If so, we’d love to talk to you. We're hiring a Community Development Manager to help us amplify our movement in more communities across the country.

Tinkergarten is the national leader in outdoor, play-based learning. We are a fast-growing, social impact company founded by education and tech industry vets. Our platform, training and curriculum equips a network of thousands of teachers to lead live online and in person outdoor, play-based kids classes everywhere.

The ideal candidate is a mission-driven leader ready to help enable our team of Tinkergarten Leaders to serve their local communities by teaching Tinkergarten classes, promoting the program broadly, and increasing enrollment. In turn, we’re shifting family culture toward valuing time outdoors to play, explore and learn together.

To be successful in this role, you understand how to maximize enthusiasm and participation in a workforce of independent field representatives whether they teach Tinkergarten daily, weekly, or occasionally. Your energy, persistence and influence are key success factors in this role. You carefully motivate people across a range of comfort, experience levels and skillsets, then develop engagement, skill and build confidence to achieve more impact. You have a ruthless discipline for prioritization, careful implementation of programs, and endless energy to motivate, train, nurture, recognize, and develop people. You are a key force of nature in our endless pursuit to reach more families.


  • Train, develop, and coach a team of independent contract Leaders to effectively drive higher levels of enrollment in classes and increase the size of the overall network.
  • Develop and prioritize programs and tactics that help us to achieve our goals.
  • Manage toward annual, quarterly, and monthly goals and drive the field execution to exceed our targets.
  • Represent the voice of our Leaders to the central team, work collaboratively with a cross-functional team to affect strategic priorities, programs and policy decisions.
  • Produce training materials and conduct periodic live training sessions for the Leader team that primarily focus on sales and recruiting.
  • Develop relationships with key Leaders to perpetuate a strong culture of supporting and learning from one another.
  • Foster a positive, inspirational, and motivational culture supported by an intentional incentive and rewards system that drives desired results.


  • 2+ years of experience in community organizing or workforce training and development with a proven track record of success.
  • An experienced communicator, written and verbal, who can deliver messages that inspire, motivate, and create actionable results across a erse range of people.
  • Eager to leverage data and reporting to gain clear and actionable understanding around how to more effectively increase our reach and impact in each community.
  • Highly organized self starter who manages your own priorities for maximum time efficiency and impact.
  • The consummate team player who seeks a high energy, positive start-up environment: eager to manage multiple work streams and demonstrates ingenuity and patience as support systems scale.
  • Open, honest with a direct style of communication derived from integrity and conviction to do the right thing.
  • Comfortable with spinning up on new web tools and using Excel to express ideas.
  • Unstoppable! With the confidence and ability to achieve top-level results!

What would set you apart

  • Examples of personally driving increase in impact, fundraising, sales, high growth through establishing programs and coaching teams to achieve success.
  • Experience in sales and marketing of family support or social impact products or services.
  • Knowledge of or a strong interest in early education, parenting topics, and/or the outdoors.

This can be a remote position or located in our office in Northampton, MA or Brooklyn, NY.

We welcome all to apply, because we believe that erse teams are stronger teams. We encourage potential teammates to please review our vision, mission, core values and commitment to equity.If you’re excited about this role, but do not meet 100% of the qualifications listed above, we still encourage you to apply.


At Tinkergarten, we know how impactful a meaningful work/life balance is to the wellbeing of our teammates. We’re big on “filling our buckets” with joy and play. That’s why, in addition to a robust Medical, Dental & VIsion benefits package, we’re also thrilled to support our employees with:

  • Company Equity
  • Team Play Breaks: We coordinate opportunities for the entire team to take an afternoon to unplug and play outdoors during working hours.
  • Generous PTO, Sick, Holiday, and new parent paid leave policies
  • A supportive, connected company culture across a fully remote team.
  • Complimentary Tinkergarten Classes for employees and the children in their care.