Skip's Edtech Jobs: November 10, 2023

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Last week’s poll results pretty much lined up with what I’ve been experiencing sourcing jobs: by a 2:1 margin, readers are finding fewer jobs to apply to.

But yesterday when I was sourcing, I suddenly had a plethora of jobs. Those 100+ companies I checked last week and only found 20-30 jobs that were looking for education backgrounds? This week I found twice as many!

What a difference a week makes.

The conventional wisdom, of course, is that companies slow down their hiring to accommodate holidays and the challenges of scheduling both interviews and candidate review sessions.

It’s too soon to tell, of course, but it was nice to see so many interesting jobs show up in my browser tabs.

~I hope you find some fantastic jobs to apply to this weekend,


Usually these are only some of the jobs I’ve posted this week. This week it’s all of them. But I found a lot of state-specific jobs this week! In the meantime, you can view all the remote jobs I’ve posted this past month.


Propel America is hiring a contract Professional Development Facilitator to facilitate weekly professional development sessions for young adults interested in health care from December to June. They are looking for candidates with 2+ years experience (teacher, counselor, or similar). $50/hour ($3,000 contract)

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.


The Relay Graduate School of Education (Relay) is hiring a Coordinator, Student Financial Services Support who has a background in education or other relevant skills. The coordinator will provide support and service to students from onboarding throughout the school year as well as create support content for their student-facing web resources. $55-71k


Fairplay is hiring a part-time Education Consultant who is currently employed or recently retired as a k-12 teacher or administrator. The Consultant will support the chairs and members of the Action Network’s Screens in Schools Work Group as they develop projects. $30-35/hour.

The Rockwood Leadership Institute is hiring a Program Operations Manager who will oversee participant enrollment and program logistics for their 20+ public programs. They are looking for candidates with relevant skills who can quickly pickup business software like Salesforce. $70k (32 hours/week)


Mental Health America is hiring a Public Education Content Manager who is fluent in Spanish. The Content Manager will research, plan, and produce educational content for their members; provide translation and other project management support; as well as provide support to their data collection efforts. $67-75k (up to 10% travel)


These are only some of the jobs I’ve posted this week! View all the location-specific remote jobs.

Khan Academy is hiring a District Success Manager (Midwest) who has teaching and administrative experience. $96-120k.

Hazel Health is hiring a Manager, School Training and Professional Learning who has 5-10 years experience in k-12, preferably as a senior admin. The Manager will be responsible for designing, implementing, and managing Hazel’s professional learning programs and working with school staff to integrate telehealth opportunities into schools. $105-120k. They hire in over half of US states.

BookNook is hiring an Account Executive - Southeast who has sales experience and has built networks with school/district administrators and can drive new business.

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