Skip's Weekly Edtech Jobs: 10/20/23
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The leaves are finally changing, we’re burning fires most nights (and a morning here and there), and the kittens are cuddling (though they still have trouble sitting still!).
~I hope you find some fantastic jobs to apply to this weekend,
THIS WEEK’S POLL
What's a fair minimum salary for a first edskip?
Over the years, I've set the salary floor at $60k or $70k. With inflation and higher salaries, what's a good minimum salary for edtech jobs? (Let's assume they're asking for 3-5 years experience!)
These are only some of the jobs I’ve posted this week! View all the remote jobs.
CURRICULUM/INSTRUCTIONAL DESIGN JOBS
Perdoceo is hiring an Instructional Designer for their AIU Online division. The ID will create training content for their staff. This will involve conducting performance analysis using a variety of tools, creating trainings in a variety of formats (including in-person and virtual live trainings as well as online courses), and evaluating the effectiveness of learning tools. 3+ years experience. $70-80k
TRAINING/LEARNING & DEVELOPMENT JOBS
Illustrative Mathematics is hiring a Senior Specialist, Implementation Portfolio who has teaching experience (7+ years) and has held a math leadership role (3-5 years). The Senior Specialist will design and develop professional learning pathways for districts and schools using IM curriculum. $80-95k.
PROJECT/PROGRAM MANAGEMENT JOBS
The Association of Chamber of Commerce Executives (ACCE) is hiring a Manager, Programs and Conferences who will develop and deliver training, information, mentoring and peer support for chamber of commerce professionals as well as coordinate volunteers and manage event planning. They are looking for candidates with relevant training and program management skills. $60-65k.
If you didn’t see it last week, Deans for Impact is hiring a Program Manager to help launch their third Learning by Scientific Design network cohort. These cohorts provide early-career teachers with in-person and virtual learning sessions and university faculty with individualized coaching to redesign coursework to support the education of future teachers. They are looking for candidates with 5+ years of experience developing professional learning (including 2+ years in a full-time capacity). $80-86k.
ReadWorks is hiring an early career Development Manager who has either 1 year relevant experience or coursework. The Development Manager will develop and manage annual giving campaigns, communicate with existing and potential donors, and work to cultivate high-worth donors as well as create communications that demonstrate the program's success. $60-75k.
KickUp is hiring a Sales Development Representative who understands the school and district-level sales process and can identify qualified leads. Within the first three-months, SDRs will be empowered to address frequently asked questions and objections. $55-85k.
Presence, which provides online speech and OT for children, is hiring a Sales Development Representative. The SDR will make outbound calls, conduct research about potential clients, schedule meetings, and make presentations about Presence's products. They are looking for candidates with relevant soft skills and special education expertise. $80k (OTE -- $40-50k base)
NOTABLE STATE-SPECIFIC JOBS
I’ve added a ton of location-specific jobs this week — including jobs in just about every state in the country!
View all the state-specific remote jobs.
The Western States Center is hiring an Education Program Manager who will expand their existing school-based programming (including toolkits, trainings, and direct support) in order to counter the growing threat of white nationalism and organized bigotry in our communities. They are looking for candidates with school experience and organizing/project experience. $71-80k. (PNW/Mountain states — as an East Coaster for most of my life, I had to look at a map to tag the right states!)
Achievement First is hiring a Director of English Language Arts, 3-4 with a preference for candidates who live in New York, Connecticut, and Rhode Island. The Director will consult with districts to drive the curriculum adoption process, deliver professional development to teachers and leaders, provide school support based on a network needs assessment, and inform the assessment strategy. $117k.
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