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Posted 7.20.24:  Assistant Professor, Literacy & Reading Education, Cal State–Fullerton

Fall 2025. The Department of Literacy and Reading Education at California State University, Fullerton, invites applications for a tenuretrack assistant professor position in education to begin in the fall of 2025. California State University, Fullerton (CSUF) is a minority-serving institution, affirmative action, and equal opportunity employer. CSUF is strongly committed to increasing the diversity of the campus community and the curriculum, fostering the Guiding Principles of Social Justice, and an inclusive environment within which students, staff, administrators, and faculty thrive. Candidates who can contribute to this goal through their teaching, research, advising and other activities are encouraged to identify their strengths and experiences. Individuals advancing the University’s strategic diversity goals and those from groups whose underrepresentation in the American professoriate has been severe and longstanding are particularly encouraged to apply.

Diversity is a defining feature of California's past, present, and future. Increasing the diversity of our educators to better reflect the population of California is just one aspect of the College of Education's dedication to Just, Equitable, and Inclusive Education (JEIE)....

The assistant professor will play a pivotal role in designing, delivering, and assessing an innovative Urban Learning undergraduate degree program centered on transforming education for historically marginalized groups. This program aims to produce future teachers and education professionals who deeply understand social justice issues and the critical skills necessary to effect groundbreaking and transformative change in educational settings. As an assistant professor, you will have the opportunity to shape the curriculum, guide students' intellectual growth, engage in cutting-edge research, and foster a learning environment that centers on social equity and inclusion....


Posted 7.20.24Artistic Director, Jazz House Kids (NJ)

The Vice President of Artistic Programming + Special Events (VPAP+SE) will be responsible for planning, programming and booking, revenue, budget management, and operational oversight of all JAZZ HOUSE signature performance programs and fundraising events. Reporting to the Founder + President [Christain McBride], and in close collaboration with the Artistic Director and Associate Producer, the VPAP+SE will harness external resources to benefit and prioritize the programmatic growth and financial sustainability of the organization’s expanding portfolio of live performances, patron events, and the Montclair Jazz Festival. Demonstrating a commitment to live music production, music education, developing emerging talent, and community engagement, the VPAP+SE will seek out new initiatives and strategies that build the visibility and brand of JAZZ HOUSE....

Traits and Characteristics
The VP of Artistic Programming + Special Events will be an experienced, creative, live-music-loving performing arts entrepreneur. They will be a pacesetter expert at coordinating multiple projects, overlapping schedules, and conflicting priorities while creating a culture of transparent communication and collaboration. Leading with humility and a sense of humor, the VPAP+SE will be versatile and able to adapt rapidly to changing priorities. They will be a team player, a community builder, and an accomplished win-win negotiator, with an artistry for inspiring and collaborating with a diverse range of constituencies. The VPAP+SE will bring a deep passion for jazz, music education, developing emerging talent, and community engagement....

Five to ten years of large-scale concert programming and producing is required, festival experience is a plus. A proven track record of financial leadership, budget management, strategic and project planning, and sponsorship sales is essential. The ideal candidate will be well versed in large-scale, multi-platform, performance production, have an understanding and appreciation of jazz performance and emerging talent development, with significant professional contacts across the concert/sponsorship industry. Educational credentials and demonstrated professional experience supporting leadership, organizational growth, arts and culture impact, and community engagement, are highly desired....


Posted 7.13.24:  Multiple Leadership Postitons, The Foundation to Combat Antisemitism (MA)


The mission of the Foundation to Combat Antisemitism (FCAS) is to win the hearts and minds of
non-Jews and Jews through powerful positive messaging and partnerships, motivating and equipping them to be
defenders of and upstanders for Jews. FCAS focuses on spreading the Blue Square and associated programs to spur
action by people of all backgrounds. Working with a network of partners, FCAS leverages unique monitoring
technology to drive effective rapid response to Jewish hate and all hate, in addition to proactive programs that
galvanize popular support for the Jewish community.

The Foundation to Combat Antisemitism (FCAS) aims to inspire and mobilize all people to become upstanders against Jewish hate. FCAS launched the #StandUpToJewishHate campaign in 2023, reaching millions of people across the United States and establishing the Blue Square # as a universal symbol to stand against antisemitism and all forms of hate...

FCAS has secured more than $250 million in support of its mission since 2019, including more than 20,000 unsolicited gifts during a six-month period of 2023 as well as a recent, unprecedented commitment of $200M resulting from a partnership match between Robert Kraft and the Rales Foundation....

•  Vice President of Partnership
... This is a unique opportunity for a dynamic leader who possesses a deep background building sustainable, scalable, high-impact partnerships and programs to stand in solidarity with Jews and combat all hate as FCAS continues to grow.

While FCAS will consider a broad range of backgrounds, the ideal candidate will have the following qualifications/experience:
•  Commitment to the mission and values of FCAS and a sophisticated understanding of antisemitism in its current and historical context.
•   While this leader may come with a background in a variety of fields or sectors, they will have a deep understanding of developing relationships and executing strategic partnerships with seven or more years of corresponding experience.
•  Experience developing external coalitions to drive collective movement-building and spearhead transformational change, fostering collaboration across complex and sensitive subject matter, and ensuring teams are communicating, partnering, and working in concert toward common goals; ability to build meaningful rapport and connections with people of different philosophies, backgrounds, and cultures....

• Fundraising Lead
... The Fundraising Lead will partner with the Chief Philanthropy Officer and Major Gifts Officer to increase funding for FCAS by helping to implement best-in-class programs for engaging current and potential donors. Example engagement includes individualized outreach, regular and proactive messaging as well as small donor gatherings. 
1. Manage key donor events and logistics such as preparation, execution and coordinated follow up activities to fulfill donation commitments. 
2. Develop trusted relationship with event hosts and support attendee engagement, in an effort to increase the prospect pipeline. 
3. Oversee donor communications calendar, working with Marketing to ensure consistent and personalized messaging. 
4. Manage and grow portfolio of 4-5 figure donors. ...

• Marketing Manager
...The Marketing Manager will oversee FCAS’s mass media advertising campaigns with multiple agencies
and will be accountable for managing the marketing campaigns and agency relationships.
1. Manage day to day relationships with multiple agencies and media partners to execute and deliver
campaigns across channels.
2. Participate in integrated strategic planning, collaborating with social media, PR and creative teams to
define and deliver short- and long-term goals.
3. Independently develop creative strategies and approaches to meet the needs of a variety of audiences
from donors and partners to consumers....

• Major Gifts Officer
...The Major Gifts Officer will be responsible for executing a major gifts strategy (5-6 figure gifts) to
support the mass media campaign and programs created by the Foundation to Combat Antisemitism (FCAS), in
partnership with the Chief Philanthropy Officer. This role will deepen existing donor relationships and develop
strategies for engaging prospective donors, within a small and growing team.
1. Lead, grow and enhance FCAS fundraising efforts in collaboration and coordination with the Chief Philanthropy Officer from a best-practices, donor-centric orientation in a comprehensive campaign environment while maintaining a portfolio of at least 40 5-6 figure rated prospects. 
2. Identify, directly engage, cultivate, solicit, and steward major gift donors and prospects (5-6 figure) ...


Posted 7.16.24:  Part-Time Elementary Instructional Coach, Barrington City School District (IL)

The Instructional Coach will serve as part of the school’s leadership team providing just in time, job-embedded and ongoing professional development for teachers, staff, and administration. They partner with teachers to support student learning through the collaborative exploration of instructional strategies, data, differentiation, and meaningful technology integration, fostering an inclusive and rigorous learning environment in all subject areas....

1. Provides on-site embedded professional development and support to teachers in the use of proven instructional methods.
2. Collaborates with district-level staff developers to plan and implement instructional learning opportunities for staff.
3. Participates in the school improvement process through goal setting and implementation as well as data analysis for instructional improvement.
4. Delivers appropriate coaching, training, and resources to support the professional growth of individuals based on staff needs....


Posted 7.17.24:  Four Faculty Openings, Asian American & Pacific Islander Transpacific Futures Initative, University of California–Berkeley 

The University of California, Berkeley invites applications for four faculty positions as a part of a cluster hiring initiative in Asian American and Pacific Islander Transpacific Futures. The cluster will consist of a tenure track (Assistant Professor) position in the Department of Ethnic Studies, a tenure track (Assistant Professor) position in the School of Public Health, a tenure track or tenured (Assistant, Associate, or Full Professor) position in the School of Education, and a tenured (Associate or Full Professor) position in the Department of Geography....

The Asian American and Pacific Islander Transpacific Futures Cluster initiative brings together units in the social sciences and professional schools to understand the formation of Asian American and Pacific Islander communities within the US-Asia-Pacific dynamic, the continued growth and diversification of Asian American and Pacific Islander populations, and the political, economic, and social challenges and opportunities in these communities.

The fates and struggles of Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders are central in the entanglements of people, capital, power, empires, militaries, goods, cultures, ideas, and political movements among Asian, Pacific, and American nations. Asian American and Pacific Islander communities are essential sites of inquiry to understand the futures of California, the U.S., Asian-Pacific-American relations, and the effects these sites and dynamics have for people.... 


Posted 7.18.24: Visiting Lecturer, Performing Arts, National Technical Institute for the Deaf, Rochester Institute of Technology (NY)

A summer contract may be offered when necessary to meet department needs. Teaching responsibilities may include courses such as Introduction to Performing Arts, Performance Studies, acting and physical performance courses.


Posted 7.18.24:  Middle School Math & Science Teacher, Birchwood School of Hawken (OH)

Birchwood School of Hawken is seeking a Middle School Math and Science teacher who is committed to teaching the total child. We seek candidates eager for intellectual and professional growth who are also able to contribute their own expertise in working with Lower and Middle School learners. This is a full-time teaching position teaching 5th and 6th grade math and 5th and 6th grade science.

Because Birchwood School of Hawken believes in supporting teachers’ passions, in deepening their expertise, and in fueling their spirit of innovation, we provide substantive professional development opportunities that lead to the kinds of excellence that are a hallmark of our community.

      A combination of lead teaching and co-teaching 5th and 6th grade math and 5th and 6th grade science
      Serve as a member of the math and science teams, responsible for developing, planning, and implementing the curriculum
      Build and maintain strong relationships with students and families....


Posted 7.13.24: Vice President, Institutional Diversity, Inclusion, and Belonging, DePaul University (IL) 

DePaul University invites applications, nominations, and expressions of interest for the position of Vice President, Institutional Diversity, Inclusion, and Belonging (VPIDIB). As a dynamic, visible, and entrepreneurial leader, the VPIDIB will provide perceptive vision and strategic direction to help shape priorities, policies, and programming supported by best practices around all aspects of equity, diversity, and inclusion work to advance the mission of the University. This is an opportunity for a skilled and strategic leader to work in partnership with the DePaul community to assess and outline the organizational structures that support the University's institutional diversity and equity vision. ...

The successful candidate will bring a demonstrated success of how to prioritize and coalesce equity, diversity, and inclusion efforts across the University for meaningful action, as well as experience advancing cultural change. The Vice President will possess excellent written, oral, and verbal communication skills, bring a global perspective, and build and nurture collaborative and substantive relationships. Further, the Vice President will engage with the campus community in a strategic, inclusive, and transparent way. Candidates must have an advanced degree and a minimum of five years of demonstrated success advancing diversity, equity, inclusion, and accessibility along multiple dimensions as a senior-level leader in a complex organization. ...


Posted 7.13.24:  Two Positions as Assistant Clinical Professor, Art Education and Educational Theatre Ruth S. Ammon College of Education and Health Sciences, Adelphi University (NY)

The School of Education of the Ruth S. Ammon College of Education and Health Sciences at Adelphi University invites qualified candidates to apply for a full time Clinical Assistant Professor position in our distance education programs in Art Education and Educational Theatre to begin at the start of the Fall 2024 semester - August 28, 2024.

• Teach 18 credits annually, including remote supervision of student teachers and TPA (Teacher Performance Assessment) support in Art Education and/or Educational Theatre (the teaching cycle begins in the Fall and includes the following Spring and Summer). Teaching during the Summer is not required but is an option.
• Teach and design online, asynchronous field-intensive graduate classes in Art Education and Educational Theatre as well as other required courses and arts-based electives.
• Support New York, regional, and national accreditation efforts. ...

• A master's degree in Art Education or Educational Theatre.
• NYS or equivalent certification in Art Education and/or Theatre Education.
• Experience in designing and teaching asynchronous educational curriculum.
• Extensive current practical experience in Art Education and/or Educational Theatre, including acting/directing experience in the latter.
• Familiarity with CAEP accreditation requirements, such as the Teacher Performance Assessment (TPA)....


Posted 7.13.24:  Assistant Director of Events & Stewardship, Walnut Hill School for the Arts, (MA)

Full Time
Walnut Hill School for the Arts is seeking an Assistant Director of Events & Stewardship to join the Development Operations team working to provide high-level operational support to advance the School’s fundraising and engagement goals. 

This position manages all event planning and logistics for Development events, including volunteer management for successful event execution. This role is the primary staff member responsible for managing the stewardship efforts to strengthen relationships between alumni, parents, students, trustees, and other constituents. This position is responsible for planning, implementing, and managing various initiatives to enhance relationships and increase support for the School. ...

The Assistant Director assesses the donor and prospect portfolio and the annual fundraising goals to recommend effective event and stewardship strategies. This position is a proactive team player with excellent communication skills and enjoys working in a dynamic, mission-focused organization. The ideal candidate has meticulous event planning, project management, customer service and organizational skills, the ability to think creatively and critically, and is highly collaborative....


Posted 7.13.24:  Leadership Positions in the Arts

• President/CEO, Hanover Theatre & Conservatory (MA)
The President & CEO is the strategic and visionary leader who establishes a comprehensive and robust business model that integrates the various programmatic and educational elements of the organization into a synergistic whole. Reporting to the Board of Directors and guiding an experienced senior leadership team, the President & CEO oversees programming, financial resources, venue capitalization, and overall operations that ensure resiliency and sustainable growth. They leverage personal and professional relationships and networks across private, public, and corporate sectors to lay the groundwork for generating support that maximizes the organization’s visibility, positive reputation, and community impact. The President & CEO is the steward of the organization’s brand and serves as its chief spokesperson locally, regionally, and nationally, and they are responsible for building trust within the organization and demonstrating its commitment to equity, diversity, inclusion, and accessibility to the dynamic communities served by the organization. ...

* Executive Director, Hook Arts Media (NY)
HAM’s Executive Director will bring a proactive and s.24:trategic approach to leadership. The Executive Director will oversee organizational initiatives, foster stakeholder relationships, and drive growth. Responsibilities include managing budgets, developing partnerships, and ensuring program effectiveness. They must demonstrate expertise in conflict resolution, employee development, and effective communication. The Executive Director will also demonstrate a proven ability to foster and maintain a culture that prioritizes diversity, equity, and inclusion, with a strong commitment to anti-racist and anti-oppressive practices. The Executive Director will be accountable for organizational performance, implementing data-driven decisions, and achieving collective goals. They should possess strong negotiation skills and a collaborative and relationship-oriented personality. The Executive Director will be expected to navigate challenges, build robust networks, and lead the organization with vision and determination. ...


Posted 7.4.24:  Director of Education, The Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts (CA)

The Director of Education Programs provides leadership and oversight of GRoW @ The Wallis, the umbrella for The Wallis’ innovative and mission-critical arts education programs. GRoW @ The Wallis is named for the benefactors Gregory and Regina Weingarten and the Annenberg Foundation. The Wallis believes everyone deserves to learn and grow through the arts. A highly visible representative of The Wallis, the Director of Education Programs is responsible for developing and maintaining strong relationships with various constituencies including senior leadership, staff, program participants of all ages, artists, teachers, Board members, donors, volunteers, community leaders, foundations, government, and partner agencies. This individual will exemplify and carry out The Wallis’ core values and strongly held commitment to inclusion, diversity, equity, and access at all levels of the organization....

Skills & Experience Needed:
• Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university is preferred. Some college education is required;             
• Experience that demonstrates the ability to conceptualize, design, plan, implement, administer and evaluate diverse and wide-ranging educational programs through the performing arts;
• A passion for arts education is required. A successful candidate will most likely have experience in multi-disciplinary arts education or other educational enterprises within a performing arts or cultural institution; though, it is also possible that the individual could come from another career background and demonstrate an acumen in contemporary educational methods and philosophies, knowledge of creative program design and possess a compelling passion for arts education.
• A proven ability to manage people, programs and budgets is essential and expected....


Posted 7.4.24:  Executive Director, The Textile Society of America (fully remote)

The Textile Society of America, an international organization, recognizes the profound global reach of textiles. We are committed to developing leadership initiatives, membership, and programming rooted in the plurality of textile histories, producers, and purposes. With an eye toward expanding our voices and audience, we will focus on inclusion of underrepresented groups, and advocacy for robust diversity of our personal and professional viewpoints.

The Executive Director (ED) will apply vision in leading the collaborative efforts of TSA toward a strong, relevant, and sustainable future through progressive plans, policies, and community outreach. With an acuity for detailed work, they will be responsible for daily operations, ensuring TSA’s ongoing activities, and collaborating with Board Committees in fulfilling their goals. Working entirely remotely, the ED will exhibit strong skills in communication and guiding teams of people from across the country....

Passion for textile work is a must. Demonstrated leadership experience and proven success in arts programming, presenting, and non-profit management are required. Financial and operational acumen, including past success in fundraising and earned revenue enhancement, are essential. A track record of community engagement and experience in leading a strong and dedicated team of staff and/or volunteers are essential. Past visibility as a primary spokesperson representing an organization to diverse groups of constituents is very helpful. If you do not meet all the qualifications but possess transferable or equivalent skills, experience, or education, we encourage you to apply and highlight those areas....


Posted 7.4.24:  Dean, Faculty of Health Sciences, Western University (Ontario, Canada)

Western University invites applications, nominations, and expressions of interest for the position of Dean, Faculty of Health Sciences with the appointment to be effective spring/summer 2025. This is an exciting opportunity to advance many recent and future initiatives at a time when interest in health and wellness is at an all-time high....

... The Faculty of Health Sciences is one of the broadest interdisciplinary health sciences faculties in Canada. Members of the Faculty are among the world's best in their respective fields and they play a key role in contributing to the knowledge base that helps improve human health around the globe. The Faculty is a leading Faculty at Western with an international reputation for excellence offering a rich curriculum in seven Schools, including Communication Sciences and Disorders, Health Studies, Kinesiology, Nursing, Occupational Therapy, Physical Therapy, and Food and Nutritional Sciences. Well-established research programs support all graduate and professional programs and provide opportunities for original work at the undergraduate and postgraduate levels....


Posted 7.4.24:  Multiple Openings, The Archer School for the Arts (CA)

The Apprentice Program includes:
•    Salary and full benefits
•    Co-teaching with an expert mentor teacher
•    Ongoing collaboration on curriculum and lesson design
•    A formalized teacher education program including:
•    Pedagogical instruction on research-based practices
•    Apprentice learning cohort...


Posted 6.21.24:  Program Associate, National (Northeast), Facing History & Ourselves

Facing History & Ourselves is a global education non-profit organization that challenges teachers and students to use lessons of history to stand up to bigotry and hate. Facing History’s educational content is informed by a unique pedagogical model that helps students explore questions of identity, human behavior, prejudice, and civic responsibility, and make the essential connection between history and the moral choices they confront in their own lives today....

Facing History seeks an experienced educator to deliver Facing History professional learning across the US, specifically in the Northeast. The Program Associate, National (Northeast) will:
• Facilitate professional learning for educators, school and district leaders through in-person and online workshops and seminars
• Recruit new schools and districts to implement Facing History and Ourselves’ program, by leading introductory sessions and establishing partnerships that lead to curriculum and professional learning contracts
• Cultivate, maintain, and document relationships and communication with educators, and school and district leaders....


Posted 6.14.24:  Chief Financial Officer, Communities In Schools of Central Texas

.... CIS Central Texas is a local affiliate of a national nonprofit recognized for its evidence-based model that ensures every student, regardless of race, zip code, or socioeconomic background has what they need to realize their potential in school and beyond. Working directly inside schools, CIS connects students to caring adults and community resources that help them see, confront, and overcome the barriers that stand between them and a brighter future. Together, CIS builds a powerful change movement made up of peers, students, and alumni committed to building an equitable path to education for future generations.

CIS Central Texas is seeking an experienced Chief Finance Officer (CFO) to join their Central Office team in Austin, TX. As a key member of the Executive Leadership Team, the CFO will provide strategic financial leadership and advisory to the CEO, Board of Directors, and the Finance and Audit Investment Committee. This role is crucial as CIS Central Texas transitions to a new headquarters in Fall 2024 and expands their services further across Central Texas. The CFO will be responsible for ensuring effective finance and reporting structures, along with management and oversight of the Finance department to help CIS Central Texas achieve its mission....


Posted 6.4.24Chief Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Officer, Western Connecticut State University

The Chief Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Officer Reports to the University President and is responsible for developing and managing a comprehensive program of human rights, equal opportunity, diversity values and Affirmative Action for the University that will contribute to the University's compliance with equal opportunity and human rights regulation and the enhancement of human rights and campus life. The position, working directly with the President, develops educational and community relations programs that serve to enhance the institution’s mission. This position is also responsible for providing investigative, analytical, and developmental services for the Office of the President. Will supervise Professional & Clerical Staff, University Assistants, and Student Employees. Information on the department may be found at The following examples of duties illustrate the general range of tasks assigned to the position but are not intended to define the limits of required duties. Other essential duties may be assigned consistent with the general scope of the position.

• Provides vision, leadership, and direction to guide and coordinate WCSU’s Diversity, Equity & Inclusion (DEI) efforts. This will consist of consulting regularly with university faculty, staff, administration, and students to achieve organizational goals.

• Educates constituents within and outside of WCSU regarding the importance and advantages of a culture that values and supports each member of the community.

• Works in conjunction with faculty, staff, and students to address equity and inclusion within the classroom and the campus community and to encourage the development of curricula that are appropriately inclusive in content and method....


Posted 6.1.24:  Elementary Principal, Barrington Community Schools, District 220 (IL)

1.    Successful teaching experience and proven leadership skills.
2.    MA Degree in Administrative/Principal Leadership required.
3.    Principal Licensure or Type 75 General Administrator License
4.    Exceptional written, verbal, presentation and communication skills required.
5.    Demonstrated successful experience in educational leadership, preferably at the elementary level.
6.    Strong understanding of curriculum development, instructional strategies, and assessment practices.
7.    Successful experience with the use of technology as a teaching, learning and communication devices....

Purpose of the Job:
The Elementary School Principal is dedicated to upholding school policies and cultivating a secure learning environment. With strong analytical and problem-solving skills, they address unique challenges in elementary education. The principal fosters positive connections, building trust among students, staff, and the community through effective communication. Committed to diversity, equity, and inclusion, they actively contribute to creating a nurturing environment. The role involves promoting educational and social-emotional development, providing leadership and supervision, and partnering with parents and the community in the learning process. The principal advocates for equal access to resources, fostering inclusivity and excellence for every student, staff member, and stakeholder....


Posted 6.1.24:  RISE Program Coordinator, UConn––Waterbury (CT)

The RISE Program Coordinator (Student Services Program Administrator) at the UConn Waterbury campus is responsible for the implementation of transition, engagement, recruitment, and supplemental educational programs and activities under the Developing Hispanic-Serving Institutions project for traditionally underrepresented students in higher education. Under the Center for Access and Postsecondary Success (CAPS), they will work holistically with RISE (Resilience, Inclusion, Success, and Equity) Scholars to support their matriculation, persistence, and graduation at UConn. They will create and facilitate programming related to academic achievement, career planning, health and wellness, personal development, cultural, and social enrichment. This position reports to the Director for Student Success, Equity, & Inclusion....


  1. Bachelor’s degree and three years of related post-graduation experience working with underrepresented students in higher education; or advanced degree in a related field and two years of related experience working with underrepresented students in higher education. One year of experience must be serving as an advanced team member.
  2. Experience developing and implementing programming and/or workshops for college students.
  3. Ability and knowledge to support undergraduate students, including students from traditionally underrepresented backgrounds....


Posted 6.1.24:  Community Engagement Coordinator, Tillamook Estuaries & Partnership (WA)

Tillamook Estuaries Partnership is hiring a Community Engagement Coordinator! TEP is looking for somebody to help translate our work into meaningful experiences that inspire people and provide them with opportunities to experience first-hand the connection between the recreation they enjoy in Tillamook County and the restoration work we do.

The salary range for this position is $43,300 – $58,200 per year, based on a 40-hr week work schedule.   This position is eligible for enrollment in TEP’s comprehensive benefits package. Details on benefits can be provided to candidates during the interview process.  

Applications will be accepted until 5:00pm (Pacific Time), Thursday, June 27, 2024.  

TEP is a nonprofit organization dedicated to the conservation and restoration of Tillamook County’s watersheds through active stewardship, scientific inquiry, community engagement, and education. Tillamook Estuaries Partnership is an equal opportunity employer.

To apply, find more information about TEP, a detailed job description including salary and benefits, and the application process may be found online at


Posted 6.1.24:  Multiple Openings, Walnut Hill School of the Arts (MA)

• Summer Programs Resident Director (summer, 2024)
Each summer, Walnut Hill School for the Arts welcomes talented students from across the country and around the world to our Natick, Massachusetts campus for immersive arts programs. Our programs are specially designed to provide students with a rich,satisfying summer arts experience that allows them to develop their skills and work with expert faculty and peers who share their exceptional abilities and love for the arts. The perfect blend of serious study and summer fun, Walnut Hill’s programs offer intensive training within a supportive, creative environment....

• Summer Resident Assistant
...Summer Resident Assistants (RAs) are the summer role models, leaders, and planners for summer students. RAs help develop opportunities that complement the artistic programs, as well as plan and execute social and recreational events for summer students. RAs are also critical in helping maintain safety and order within the dormitory....

• Drawing & Printmaking Instructor (0.8 FTE)
... seeks an experienced and adaptable Drawing and Printmaking Instructor to join the Visual Art department in the 2024-2025 academic year starting in mid-August 2024. The Drawing and Printmaking instructor will foster an innovative curriculum that informs and enhances technical skill development and maximizes creative potential in each student. The ideal candidate will blend traditional knowledge with contemporary practices, demonstrating expertise in both drawing and printmaking, and incorporate digital and other modern processes to reflect contemporary art practices. Committed to inclusivity, the successful candidate will foster a learning environment that promotes critical thinking and artistic expression within a global context....


Posted 6.1.24: Multiple Leadership Positions in the Arts

• Director of Learning and Community Engagement, Manhattan Theater Club
...will be an innovative thought leader, strong collaborator, and skillful public advocate, with a fervent commitment to community engagement and relationship development. In addition to planning for the future of MTC’s Learning and Community Engagement Program, they will guide a multi-faceted operation of dynamic, innovative programs, serving more than 3,000 individuals annually. As the first education program created by a major New York theater company, the MTC program is rooted in the tenets of aesthetic education and focused on the values of community and connection, inquiry and reflection, and authenticity in storytelling. Equity, diversity, inclusion, and access are central to all aspects of programming. The Director will ensure that that work continues while expanding on its execution and heightening the program’s profile in the education, youth development, and philanthropic communities....

• Executive Director, Windsor Historical Society (CT)
Windsor Historical Society (WHS) strives to be the first in its region to center history and culture on the lives of its increasingly diverse community. WHS enters its second century committed to becoming a more inclusive organization through intentional, deliberate self-reflection, rooting its work in the history, stories, and voices representative of all Windsor community members. Guided by its strategic vision and plan, Stepping Into The Next Century Together, WHS is committed to becoming an organization that is recognized as part of the community, representative of and serving all members of Windsor....

• Executive Director, Grand Rapids Community Theater & School of the Arts
... will lead one of Michigan’s most vibrant cultural institutions ensuring programmatic and operational integrity, sustainability, and excellence. Reporting to the Board of Directors, the Executive Director will be responsible for the administration and management of all business operations, finance, fundraising, education, marketing, IT, facilities, and community engagement. The Executive Director will create an organizational culture of teamwork, accountability, safety, and trust characterized by proactive decision-making, open communication, and strategic fiscal management. They will guide programs and services, facilitate organizational excellence, and ensure that GRCT is a pillar of inclusion, access, artistic expression, and education for the region. This dynamic leader will enthusiastically represent the organization as an ambassador to multiple constituencies, advancing partnerships and deepening the engagement with Grand Rapid’s diverse communities. The Executive Director will value the organization’s past and bring new initiatives that build on the theatre’s success, leading the organization to success in new and bold ways...


Posted 5.30.24:  Managing Director of Schools, Nurses Middle College. Location: Remoter, with semi-regular travel to RI, NY and TN

NursesMC Overview 
The Nurses Middle College (NursesMC) charter high school model was created in 2011 as a solution to the critical nursing shortage and to ensure a diverse nursing/healthcare workforce is prepared to improve health equity outcomes. The flagship school, located in Providence, RI has received national and international attention for its innovative design, impressive student achievement, and positive impact on the community. NursesMC students receive a rigorous college preparatory curriculum, participate in health care internships, obtain an entry level patient care workforce certificate, and earn up to 16 transferable college credits towards a nursing/health care post-secondary degree. The second NursesMC school launched in Albany, NY in fall 2023, and a third school is scheduled to open in Nashville, TN in fall 2025. NursesMC is a non-profit Charter Management Organization and its network schools are separate, 501c3 organizations with their own local Boards, working collaboratively and contractually with NursesMC to replicate the nursing middle college model with fidelity to the NursesMC’s mission and vision. 

Position Overview 
We are seeking a Managing Director (reporting into the NursesMC C-suite), to oversee school operations, academic excellence, and launch across the NursesMC charter network. This exceptional leader must be dynamic, entrepreneurial, accountable, and well-versed in the charter school landscape. The Managing Director of Schools will report to the NursesMC Chief Nurse Program Officer and work closely with other members of the NursesMC Charter Management Organization. The Managing Director will provide expertise to ensure that new NursesMC projects (including NursesMC - Nashville, launching fall 2025) launch successfully and support the existing NursesMC schools in Providence, RI and Albany, NY. ...


Posted 6.7.24: Multiple Instructional & Coaching Positions, The Archer School for Girls (CA)

• Long-term Substitute Nurse
The Archer School for Girls is currently seeking a skilled and experienced long term substitute nurse starting August 5, 2024 through November, 2024. The position involves managing the school health office to support the health and well-being of approximately 500 students in grades 6 - 12. Responsibilities also includes managing student health records and serving on the Safety Committee....

•  History Teacher Apprentice & Long-term Substitute
he Archer School for Girls is seeking a history teaching apprentice who will also serve as an Upper School History teacher for a long-term maternity substitute position.

Apprentices get hands-on experience working alongside master faculty to develop a repertoire of future-facing educational practices. Ideal candidates have a growth-mindset, positive outlook, and a deep appreciation for the importance of working in a diverse and inclusive community. A passion for working with young people in a culture of teaching excellence is a must and proficiency in leading courageous conversations around identity is critical.

The Apprentice Program includes:
•    Salary and full benefits
•    Co-teaching with an expert mentor teacher
•    Ongoing collaboration on curriculum and lesson design
•    A formalized teacher education program including:
•    Pedagogical instruction on research-based practices
•    Apprentice learning cohort...

• Upper School Varsity Soccer Assistant Coach
Position Start Date: November 4, 2024. Salary range: $45.00 to $60.00 per hour...

• Middle School & Upper School Swim Assistant Coach
Middle School Position Start Date: September 3, 2024. Upper School Position Start Date: January 13, 2025. Salary Range: $45.00 to $55.00 per hour...

• Middle School & Upper School Tennis Assistant Coach
Upper School Position Start Date: August 5, 2024. Middle School Position Start Date: February 17, 2025. Salary Range: $50.00 to $65.00 per hour... 


Posted 6.1.24:  Voice Instructor (Part-Time), Walnut Hill School for the Arts (MA)

Walnut Hill School for the Arts seeks an adjunct voice instructor specializing in Musical Theater vocal technique for advanced high school students for the 2024-2025 academic year beginning in September 2024. 

Base qualifications include a Bachelor’s degree in Vocal Performance or Musical Theater, at least three years experience as a vocal instructor, and some professional performance credits as a singer/actor. Additional training and demonstrated mastery in Vocal Pedagogy strongly preferred. Ability to teach healthy vocal technique from belting to traditional golden-age vocalism is a must; excellence in Contemporary Commercial and Classical vocal styles are a plus. Must offer understanding and encouragement to busy, ambitious students, while helping them improve technical skill, discipline, preparation, artistry and confidence. ...


Posted 5.15.24:  Assistant Superintendent of Human Resources & Talent Acquisition, Barrington Community School District #220 (IL)

Administrative Endorsement/Type 75 required
Certification to supervise and direct principal and/or teacher evaluation process required
Master’s or Doctorate in Educational Administration preferred
Successful experience in an HR leadership role in a public school district strongly preferred...

The Assistant Superintendent of Human Resources is responsible for the successful administration of the day-to-day operation of the Human Resources department. The Assistant Superintendent of Human Resources directs and oversees the human capital management of the District. Responsibilities include direction of the supervision and evaluation process, recruiting, hiring, retention, and separation of all employees, and employee discipline. The Assistant Superintendent of Human Resources has the responsibility of facilitating effective employee relations between all employee groups and leads the collective bargaining and negotiations process for all employee contracts....


Posted 5.14.24:  Assistant or Associate Professor of STEM Education & Equity, University of California--Riverside

... A full-time, tenure-track Assistant or tenured Associate Professor of STEM Education and Equity. The position will commence as early as January 1, 2025, or as negotiated. 

 ... We are seeking a faculty member with commitments to advancing the field of equity and justice-based STEM Education. 

...We welcome applications with any area of research in STEM equity and justice, especially focused on the populations we serve at UCR and in the Inland Empire, and that go beyond naming lack of representation. Particular research focus that candidates might engage in include, but are certainly not limited to: 

  • Ethno-STEM (e.g., ethnomathematics, land education, decolonization) 
  • Critical and race-focused theories in STEM Education (e.g., anti-blackness, critical race theory, feminist epistemologies) 
  • STEM effective, engaged, and culturally sustaining teaching and learning for historically marginalized populations (e.g., wom
  • en, youth of color, linguistically diverse students, neurodiverse students, LGBTQ+ students) 
  • System-wide analyses, practices, and policies that structurally advance race and gender equity and justice in STEM 
  • Examination of the digital divide, the growing ...


Posted 5.14.24:  Multiple Openings, National Technical Institute for the Deaf, Rochester Institute of Technology (NY)


Posted 5.14.24:  Design & Production Teacher/Designer, Walnut Hill School for the Arts (MA)

Walnut Hill School for the Arts seeks a Design and Production Teacher/Designer to join the Theater Department and the Productions & Events team for the 2024-2025 academic year starting in mid-August. The primary responsibilities include teaching all levels of design and production classes, overseeing theater student crew assignments, and designing scenery and/or lighting for multiple productions across various departments, along with providing technical and design support for special events and assemblies. Additionally, this position works as a part of the Production & Events Department staff executing the technical needs of all productions and events throughout the school.  

This position also supports other members of the Production Staff with scenery, props, audio, lighting, and costumes, as well as scenic painting and stage management. The ideal candidate is creative, has a broad range of technical and design skills, and can provide innovative technical solutions.

This is a full-time 10-month position....


Posted 5.14.24:  Multiple Leadership Openings in The Arts

• Vice President of Education & Community Engagement, Pacific Symphony
The Vice President of Education & Community Engagement will be responsible for designing, developing, and evaluating all education and community engagement programs. Supervising a professional staff and committed volunteers, they will oversee the delivery of programs, ensuring there is alignment between artistic priorities and educational initiatives. Reporting to the President & Chief Executive Officer, the Vice President of Education & Community Engagement will play a pivotal role in representing the Symphony to other arts, education, and civic institutions, cultivating deep community partnerships, and advocating for the importance of arts education. As a member of the senior leadership team, they will collaborate with Vice Presidents of other departments, and serve as the liaison to the board of directors’ Education & Community Engagement Committee. The Vice President of Education & Community Engagement will demonstrate a genuine commitment to expanding equitable access to Symphony programs throughout their work in the organization and community....

• Executive Director, Wenham Museum (MA)
The Wenham Museum seeks an experienced Executive Director to lead its team and advance its mission of preserving and sharing local history and culture. The Executive Director will oversee all museum operations, including financial management, community outreach, staff leadership, and strategic planning. The ideal leader will possess a hands-on approach, financial acumen, strong leadership skills, and a passion for engaging with diverse audiences....

• Executive Director, Bardovan 1869  Opera House (NY)
The Executive Director will be the Chief Executive Officer of the Bardavon 1869 Opera House, Inc. (Bardavon) with a particular focus on contributed revenue growth, financial management, and general administration. They will provide leadership and vision to fulfill the organization’s mission and ensure that the Bardavon achieves its goals for artistic excellence, financial stability, and community engagement....

• Executive Director, Witchita Symphony Orchestra (KS)
The Executive Director will advance the mission of the Wichita Symphony Orchestra, maintain its fiscal resiliency, and oversee WSO’s management team. Reporting to the Board of Directors, the Executive Director will partner with the Music Director to enhance the brand, visibility, and artistic vision of WSO, engage with Wichita’s diverse community, and build authentic relationships locally, regionally, and nationally. Actively engaged in supporting current and crafting new partnerships with other artistic, educational, civic, social justice, and other organizations, the Executive Director will be a visible presence and respected community leader.... 


Posted 4.30.24:  Admissions Recruiter, St. Joseph's College of Maine

The Office of Admissions at Saint Joseph's College of Maine seeks a full-time Admissions Recruiter. This position will support the department of Admissions by: developing a recruitment territory while maintaining an awareness of developments within the territory and establishing long term relationships to meet enrollment goals; engaging in the recruitment of top student prospects (first-year students); reading and evaluating (first-year student) admission files; and performing data entry for the Office of Admissions. 

Position Duties will include: 

  • Counseling and advising potential new students 
  • Traveling, making presentations at high schools, colleges and admission programs 
  • Interviewing prospective students 
  • Responding to all student inquires by telephone, e-mail, or mail ...


Posted 4.30.24: Assistant Director of College Counseling, Walnut Hill School for the Arts (MA)

Salary Range: $50,000.00 To 55,000.00 Annually

Walnut Hill School for the Arts seeks an Assistant Director of College Counseling to join the College Counseling Office for the 2024-2025 academic year beginning in mid-August. The Assistant Director joins a warm and welcoming College Counseling team and is responsible for guiding students and families through all aspects of the college, conservatory, or gap-year planning and application and admissions process. The Assistant Director works with juniors and seniors as they explore opportunities for post-high school plans. The Walnut Hill college counseling process is rich in opportunities for students to learn about themselves, to develop critical life skills, and to find an environment in which they will thrive academically, artistically, and personally. 

This is a full-time, 10-month, position during the school year reporting to the Director of College Counseling. Some local and domestic travel visiting colleges and universities is required. ...


Posted 4.30.24:  Multiple Part-time & Summer Teaching Positions, Commonwealth Schools (MA)

  • Part-Time French Teacher 

    We seek a part-time French teacher to begin in the fall of 2024. Duties and responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
    --Teaching a section of French 1 or 2 (8–10 students total) as a member of the language department; the 40-minute classes meet 4 times per week
     -- Working closely with our full-time French teacher to coordinate curriculum and

Dive In Commonwealth is a free summer and school-year program for high-achieving middle-school students from low-income communities across the greater Boston area. Starting the summer after sixth or seventh grade and lasting until the fall of their freshman year, Dive In students engage in rigorous classes and exciting extracurriculars, preparing them for private schools and the path to college....


Posted 4.28.24:  School Social Worker, Windermere Boulevard School, Amherst Central Schools (NY)

SALARY: $41,676 - $53,264

START DATE: August 27, 2024(tentative date)


  • Must be NYS certified as a School Social Worker
  • Prior experience preferred
  • Interest and experience with Diversity, Equity and Inclusive practices preferred


INTERNAL CANDIDATES need only submit a cover letter and updated resume to:
Dr. Maria Oddo. Director of Special Education and PPS

ALL OTHER CANDIDATES: ONLINE APPLICATION ONLY at Please be sure to apply to this specific job posting after you complete the Teacher/Admin application.


Posted 4.30.24:  Multiple Instructional Openings, The Archer School for Girls (CA)

The Archer School for Girls is an educational community that supports and challenges young women to discover their passions and realize their true potential. Serving 500 girls in grades 6-12, Archer's joyful and ambitious program is founded on the latest research around how girls learn best....

  •  Assistant Director of Admissions
    The Assistant Director is responsible for overseeing the student ambassador program including training and developing the forward-facing student representatives of the School. The Assistant Director serves as the event manager for all admissions events including planning and execution. The Assistant Director conducts applications interviews. Ideally, this individual is also fluent in Spanish, both oral andwritten, and could be a liaison for families whose preferred language is Spanish....

  • Part-Time French Teacher
    ... for the 2024-25 school year. The position involves teaching a part-time load of 3 courses in Middle School and Upper School French using student-centered methodologies. Our ideal candidate holds a degree in French, education, or similar; has taught at least 3 years at the secondary level...

  • Ceramic Teacher
    ... beginning August 2024. The position includes teaching five courses for students in grades 8-12, and serving as a grade-level mentor. We are looking for someone who is passionate about ceramics and committed to fostering a nurturing and dynamic learning environment for our students.

  • Fitness and Wellness Teacher
    for the 2024-2025 school year. The position involves teaching middle school Fitness and Human Development using a student-centered approach. Responsibilities include but are not limited to teaching 4-5 classes; serving as a mentor; and coaching a co-curricular sport. Interested candidates should have skill andexperience teaching traditional and nontraditional sports/fitness, desire to support student wellness and well-being, and a commitment to empowering students with life-long healthy habits of mind....

  • Choir and A Capella Director
    in August 2024. This role demands a talented choral director capable of training young voices. conducting various ensembles. and tailoring complex music for varying skill levels. The director will cultivate a nurturing and inclusive atmosphere, catering to all vocal proficiency levels. and must have prior experience directing a cappella groups....

  • Orchestra Director
    ... faculty starting August 2024. This pivotal role involves leading our school's orchestral program, training young instrumentalists, and conducting ensembles across varying skill levels. The Orchestra Director will be expected to create a supportive and inclusive atmosphere that embraces all levels of musical proficiency and will be responsible for nurturing the musical talents of our students through tailored instruction and diverse repertoire.

  • Upper School Biology Teacher  

... Responsibilities include teaching 4-5 sections, serving as a grade-level mentor to 8-10 students, and participating in co-curricular school activities like Archer's Annual Student STEM Symposium, STEM outreach, experiential trips, clubs, and committees. Opportunities for educational leadership are also a possibility....

  • Middle School Integrated Teacher
    ...Teacher to inspire and educate students in grades 6-8. The ideal candidate will be familiar with Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS) and inquiry-based teaching and learning. Excellent communication and collaboration skills, a strong understanding of scientific concepts, and a belief in every student's capacity to learn and grow are essential qualities for this position....


Posted 4.20.24:  Executive Director/Chief Executive Officer, Old Town School of Folk Music (IL)

...Located in Chicago, the Old Town School of Folk Music stands as a beacon of musical heritage and community spirit. Established in 1957, this revered institution has long been a center of creativity and community, nurturing the roots of folk arts while embracing innovation in the ever-changing rhythms of artistic expression. Old Town School of Folk Music (OTS) is the largest community music school in the U.S., the largest employer of teaching artists, and an international model for community arts education. OTS’s mission is to bring people together to learn, create, perform, and enjoy music and dance. It seeks to build a welcoming, thriving community where all people are connected by the joy and expression of music and dance. OTS strives to be an inclusive and equitable organization that reflects the diversity of Chicago and the diversity of the music and performing arts traditions that it teaches and celebrates.

OTS serves thousands of children each year, providing arts education programming throughout Chicago. This includes artist residencies in the Chicago Public Schools (CPS), early childhood music programming and robust field trip and financial aid programs. The Music Moves initiative connects community partners located in Chicago’s South Side and West Side neighborhoods with high-quality arts programming that builds arts capacity....


Posted 4.20.24: Two Open Faculty Positions, College of Education, St. Joseph's of Maine

• Assistant Professor of Education
This is a one-year position, with the possibility of renewal. Faculty with a doctorate will be considered for a tenure track position, after the first year. The undergraduate education program is an accredited program offering Elementary and Special Education certification, Physical Education Teacher Preparation and Secondary Education. The position requires teaching face-to-face classes on campus, which is conveniently located in Standish, ME, on the shores of Sebago Lake, and within easy commuting distance of Portland. ....

• Assistant Professof of Special Education
This is a one-year position, with the possibility of renewal. Faculty with a doctorate will be considered for a tenure track position, after the first year.... 
Required Qualifications 

  • Master’s degree in special education, or related field 
  • Special education teaching or related service experience 
  • Demonstrated mastery of current issues in special education 
  • Demonstrated ability to collaborate and participate as part of a team 
  • Ability to connect with student and prioritize student learning 
  • Understanding of learning management systems (preferably Brightspace...


Posted 4.12.24:  Director of Diversity, Equity & Inclusion, Commonwealth Schools (MA)

Commonwealth School is an independent day school in Boston enrolling 154 students of all genders in grades 9-12. Its mission is to educate young people from diverse backgrounds to become knowledgeable, thoughtful, and creative adults, capable of careful analysis, fruitful cooperation, responsible leadership, and deep commitment. Commonwealth attracts students from a variety of racial, religious, and socioeconomic backgrounds who hail from 42 cities and towns in the Boston metropolitan area. Fifty-six percent of students identify as people of color....

Candidates should have a bachelor’s degree as well as substantial training or experience in diversity work, including supporting students from underserved backgrounds in privileged educational settings and working within schools to foster increased inclusion, access, equity, and representation for diverse students.

The salary range for this role is approximately $125K-$140K. Commonwealth School offers a dynamic and supportive work environment and a generous benefits package....


Posted 4.12.24:  Multiple Leadership Positions in the Arts

• Vice President of Advancement, San Francisco Conservatory of Music (CA)
The San Francisco Conservatory of Music seeks a Vice President of Advancement (VPA) reporting to the President and serving as a key member of its senior leadership team to support the mission, vision, and growth of SFCM within an inspiring and dynamic organization. As the lead strategic fundraiser and liaison to the President and Board, the VPA directs, recruits, and mentors an outstanding team of 11 development professionals while overseeing all aspects of Advancement at SFCM. Building on the momentum of the successful capital campaign for the Bowes Center, planning is underway for a comprehensive effort to grow annual fund, endowment, and special project support. The VPA will direct and lead annual fundraising of $8 million, as well as demonstrate progress toward the longer-term funding plans for SFCM....

• Executive Director, Biggs Museum of American Art (DE)
The Executive Director will serve as the chief executive officer of the museum, providing comprehensive strategic leadership working in concert with the board and the staff in support of the museum’s founding principles. They will ensure The Biggs achieves its vision and goals within the standards and best practices as an American Alliance of Museums accredited institution, including championing the next phase of expansion. The Executive Director will embrace DEAI and articulate a comprehensive and community-centered programmatic vision for the museum. They will be responsible for the oversight of all day-to-day operations including administration, resource development, financial management, programming, care of the collections, and ongoing community engagement. They will partner with and support the museum’s talented and ambitious staff, maintain a close working relationship with the Board of Trustees, and build positive community relationships to increase visitation and revenue. ...

• Director of Production, Oregon Shakespeare Festival
The Director of Production will oversee the management of the creative teams, OSF Production staff, the design process, and build the implementation, run, and transfer of OSF projects. Reporting to the Artistic Director, this position will provide overall supervision to the Production department and associated stakeholders, including creative team members, scenery, stage operations, props, costumes, wardrobe and hair, lighting, video, and sound. The Director of Production will provide top-level management of all physical aspects of assigned live and digital projects, monitor design process checkpoints, and take action, as appropriate, to facilitate timely design deliverables and facilitate communication between the creative team and OSF stakeholders ensuring that everyone is working together towards the same goals. The Director of Production ideally will lead from a background of producing multiple plays at multiple venues in repertory, or similar large-scale production experience, to lead OSF to its pre-pandemic season of 9-10 fully produced shows in rotating rep in 2025....

 Artistic Director, Signature Theatre (NYC)
The Artistic Director will design and implement Signature’s artistic vision, curating an exciting and diverse season of productions that is in alignment with its organizational mission. Reporting to the board of trustees and partnering with the Executive Director, they will develop artistic programs and initiatives to elevate the theater’s profile within the community, increase audience attendance, and secure its financial health. As the public face of the theater, the Artistic Director will engage with a wide variety of stakeholders including artists, audience members, and donors, while fostering deep connections throughout the theatrical industry, particularly Broadway, off-Broadway, and the larger performing arts arenas. Building a culture which is characterized by collaboration and open communication, the Artistic Director will be committed to hearing and uplifting diverse voices and artistic perspectives, in all aspects of their work and partnership....

• The Executive Director, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute's Experimental Media and Performing Arts Center (NY) 
The Executive Director of Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute's Experimental Media and Performing Arts Center (EMPAC) will guide and deliver on its mission and vision as a global center at the intersection of the arts, science, and technology. They will be accountable for a strategic direction, business model, and adaptive change that are in alignment with the Institute’s Rensselaer Forward plan, including the goal to create the most welcoming and inclusive community possible for faculty, staff, students, and the external community EMPAC serves. The Executive Director will maintain a presence both on and off campus by actively participating in the community and establishing international visibility at relevant conferences and other events that increase exposure and access to artists that could curate, produce, or be presented by EMPAC. These activities are focused on preserving an integrated interdisciplinary pedagogical approach to research, programs, and campus events that inspire active participation by faculty and students in and attendance at EMPAC....

• Haskell Curator of Modern & Contemporary Art, Princeton University (NJ)
The Haskell Curator of Modern and Contemporary Art (Haskell Curator) will be an experienced, visionary, collaborative professional who will lead the Museum’s program in global modern and contemporary art. With responsibility for the Museum’s collections and activities in postwar art with a particular focus on global art after 1980, the Haskell Curator will also collaborate with curators from a range of collections areas to ensure that art after 1913 is well represented in galleries, collections, and programs. At a time of unprecedented growth for the Museum as it prepares to enter a dramatic new building, the Haskell Curator will shape collections displays, originate exhibitions, conduct research, and care for, research, and interpret the collections. Teaching in galleries, study rooms, and classrooms, as well as partnerships across campus, will foster engagement among faculty and students....


Posted 4.2.24:  Vice President of Development, Museum of Latin American Art (CA)

The Museum of Latin American Art (MOLAA) is the only museum in the United States dedicated to modern and contemporary Latin American and Latino art. MOLAA expands knowledge and appreciation of modern and contemporary Latin American art through its collection, groundbreaking exhibitions, stimulating educational programs, and engaging cultural events. MOLAA’s vision is to be the leading museum for Latin American and Latino art in the United States and a movement builder internationally. 

... Position Summary 
The Vice President of Development (VP) will join a passionate and energized team and have an authentic dedication to the advancement of MOLAA’s mission. Reporting to the President & CEO and in partnership with the Chief Officer of Government and External Affairs, the VP will collaborate with and support the board of directors in building engagement that supports the identification, cultivation, and solicitation of major donors annually and will direct fundraising initiatives to support the future expansion of MOLAA and its recently announced $60 million campaign. As an integral member of the seven-person senior management team, the VP will be a thought-partner in conceptualizing and implementing MOLAA’s overall expansion plan with a focus on philanthropic support from individuals, corporations, foundations, and government agencies as well as through MOLAA’s annual Gala event. In addition to building and mentoring the development team, the VP will be responsible for developing and establishing strong relationships with a diverse array of donors, stakeholders, and professional peers in Long Beach, Southern California, nationally, and internationally through MOLAA’s international advisory board.... 


Posted 3.30.24: Marketing & Communications Manager, James Madison College, Michigan State University

... Michigan State University’s renowned residential college in public and international affairs, seeks a strategic thinker and skilled storyteller for the position of Marketing and Communications Manager. Reporting to the Dean, this position provides leadership in the development and execution of strategic, organizational, and brand communications that support the college’s overall strategic priorities....

Position Summary:
The Marketing and Communications Manager in JMC will be responsible for strategy development and execution of all college communications, project and vendor management, website development and maintenance through the university’s content management system, as well as development of social media strategy and the maintenance of social properties including metrics and analytics. Duties involve managing relationships and assignments with faculty and staff to ensure that deadlines are met....

Minimum Requirements:
The job requires a Bachelor’s degree and knowledge equivalent...


Posted 3.30.24:  Two Openings for Instructional Coaches in Biliteracy/LIteracy, Amplify, for Los Angeles Unified School District (CA)

Amplify is leading the way in next-generation curriculum and assessment. Our core and supplemental programs in ELA, math, and science engage all students in rigorous learning and inspire them to think deeply, creatively, and for themselves ....

• Instructional Coach for Biliteracy

Amplify is seeking an Instructional Coach for Literacy with a background in teaching, coaching and/or school leadership to join our Professional Development (PD) team as a fixed-term employee for Los Angeles Unified School District for the 2024-2025 school year. 

Strong candidates will have a deep knowledge of the science of reading pedagogy and aligned high quality instructional materials. The ideal candidate has taught elementary school and has coached teachers and leaders in support of bringing more effective literacy instruction to life in classrooms. The Instructional Coach will provide onsite coaching and training support in schools for teachers and leaders in the Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD) who are implementing CKLA as their core instruction....

Basic Qualifications: 

  • Fluent in Spanish (including speaking, reading, and writing) and able to deliver trainings in Spanish
  • Demonstrated experience teaching foundational skills (phonological/phonemic awareness, phonics and fluency) with Science of Reading aligned, high quality instructional materials
  • 3+ years experience leading sustained coaching engagements and professional development for educators in K-5
  • 7+ years of K-5 classroom literacy teaching experience, leading to demonstrable results for students...

• Instructional Coach for Literacy

... Amplify is seeking an Instructional Coach for Literacy with a background in teaching, coaching and/or school leadership to join our Professional Development (PD) team as a fixed-term employee for Los Angeles Unified School District for the 2024-2025 school year.  

Strong candidates will have a deep knowledge of the science of reading pedagogy and aligned high quality instructional materials. The ideal candidate has taught elementary school and has coached teachers and leaders in support of bringing more effective literacy instruction to life in classrooms. The Instructional Coach will provide onsite coaching and training support in schools for teachers and leaders in the Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD) who are implementing CKLA as their core instruction....


Posted 3.26.24:  Art Instructor, San Mateo Community College (CA)

The College seeks a full-time, tenure-track faculty member in Art. (Emphasis in Drawing, Painting, Two-Dimensional Design and Color Theory)

Full-time Tenure-Track Faculty Position. The ideal candidate will share the College's commitment to educating a racially and socioeconomically diverse student population. 

Start date of this assignment: Fall 2024...

Duties and Responsibilities:
• Teach lecture sections of art in various modalities as needed (in-person, hybrid, online) with
an emphasis on drawing, painting, two-dimensional design, and color theory
• Assist in curriculum revisions and new course development to include student learning
outcomes and assessment processes
• Participate in the development and/or selection of course materials, equipment, and
technology that will enhance the offerings of the art department...


Posted 3.24.24: ANEW Project Coordinator, Saint Joseph's College of Maine

• Part-time, grant funded.

The ANEW Project Coordinator supports the nursing department by providing project coordination for the HRSA ANEW grant by assisting with ANEW initiatives; tracking and coordinating other ANEW initiatives; and providing administrative support to the Nursing Department. This is a part time hourly position that is funded through the ANEW grant for 4 years. 


• Facilitating academic clinical partnerships and coordinating clinical training for preceptors 
• Coordinating clinical training for preceptors 
• Ensuring that funds are delivered to accepted students in the ANEW program and completing student agreements before funds are disbursed 
• Collecting and interpreting operational data and metrics from students and preceptors for quarterly HRSA reports 
• Working with the Career Studio on employment assistance and resources for all ANEW participants and following up with students post graduation 
• Creating and implementing a marketing plan for ANEW scholarships 
• Working with online admissions to market ANEW scholarships to potential applicants 


  • • Minimum of a Bachelor’s degree 
  • • Experience with project coordination/management, data collection and data interpretation ...


Posted 3.22.24:  Lecturer (Full-time), College of Education, Counseling Psychology Master’s Program, California State University–Long Beach

... Review of applications to begin April 15, 2024. Position opened until filled (or recruitment canceled).

... Required Qualifications:             

  • Ph.D. or Psy.D. in Marriage and Family Therapy, Psychology, or related discipline. Degree at time of application or official notification of completion of the doctoral degree by August 1, 2024.
  • Demonstrated experience providing counseling and/or mental health services, especially in culturally responsive ways that serve a diverse clientele
  • Demonstrated commitment to fostering an inclusive learning environment and engaging effectively with a racially, linguistically and socioeconomically diverse student population...


Posted 3.21.24:  Family and Consumer Science Teacher, Waterford Public Schools (CT)

Waterford High School is seeking a dedicated and passionate Family and Consumer Science Teacher to join our high school faculty effective for the 2024-25 school year. We are looking for an individual who is committed to providing engaging and comprehensive instruction in one or more of the following areas depending on experience/interest: culinary arts, parenting, personal finance, and/or interior design....

• Bachelor's degree in Family and Consumer Science Education or related field (Master's degree preferred). 
• Valid teaching certification in Family and Consumer Science (or eligibility for certification). 
• Previous teaching experience at the high school level preferred.... 


Posted 3.21.24:  Multiple Openings, Rochester Institute of Technology (NY)

• Visiting Lecturer: Illustration (8818BR)

The School of Art in the College of Art and Design invites applicants to apply for a one-year, non-tenure track visiting lecturer position in our Illustration program. The appointment begins August 14, 2024. The ideal candidate will teach a full load of introductory illustration undergraduate courses. The range of student experience in the Illustration BFA program requires the candidate to demonstrate outstanding skills including strong draftsmanship, the ability to visualize concepts, and contribute to the program through critiques, portfolio reviews, and curricular design.

• Visiting Lecturer – Mathematics and Statistics
The School of Mathematics and Statistics (SMS) at the Rochester Institute of Technology invites applications for one or more non-tenure track full-time Visiting Lecturers starting in August 2024. Visiting Lecturers are responsible for teaching and expected to have a strong commitment to and proven ability to teach foundational undergraduate courses, which include, but are not limited to, precalculus, calculus, and probability and statistics. The professional duties will include instruction, office hours, and attending college and school faculty meetings.

• Lecturer, Department of Cybersecurity 8658BR
The Department of Cybersecurity at RIT invites applications for a full-time Lecturer beginning 8/14/2024. The successful candidate will be excited and able to teach introduction to programming courses (including Java and Python), as well as various topics in cybersecurity. These topics may include fundamentals of cybersecurity, systems security, network security, forensics, penetration testing, and more.

• Visiting Assistant Professor, Master Science & Secondary Ed 8637BR
The Department of Master of Science in Secondary Education at the National Technical Institute for the Deaf invites applications for one faculty position at the rank of Visiting Assistant Professor. This position reports directly to the Department Chair of the MSSE program.

• Visiting Lecturer, School of Information 8659BR
The School of Information at RIT invites applications for a Visiting Lecturer position, beginning August 14, 2024. The successful candidate will be able to teach a broad range of courses in Human-computer interaction and data management.

• Lecturer, Liberal Studies 8666BR
The Department of Liberal Studies (DLS) in Rochester Institute of Technology’s National Technical Institute for the Deaf invites applications for a non-tenure-track lecturer position starting August 2024.


Posted 3.17.24:  Dean, School of Education, Hunter College, City University of New York

...  The Dean will have the vision and experience to advance the goals of the Hunter College Strategic Plan, uphold our high standards for faculty research, teaching, and service, and implement policies and practices that promote student success.The Dean will be expected to enhance the school's profile, visibility, and effectiveness by providing intellectual leadership, facilitating a culture of innovation and collaboration, and serving as a strong advocate for faculty work. As the chief academic officer of the School of Education, the Dean will be responsible for:

  • Developing and implementing a strategic plan for the school that aligns with the Hunter College mission and vision and our rich tradition of scholarly achievement;
  • Recruiting and hiring diverse faculty, administrators and staff to ensure equity;
  • Promoting faculty professional development and evaluating and reviewing faculty for reappointment, tenure and promotion, scholarly leave (sabbaticals), and special assignments;
  • Maintaining the high-quality academic programs by ensuring that the school meets accreditation standards and targets for student recruitment...

This position is in CUNY's Executive Compensation Plan. All executive positions require a minimum of a Bachelor's degree and eight years' related experience....


Posted 3.17.24:  Two Openings for Supervisors of Teacher Education,School of Education, University of California–Riverside

The School of Education at the University of California, Riverside, a minority serving institution, invites applications for two Supervisor of Teacher Education positions. One position will be based at UCR and is open to all subjects, with special consideration for Spanish, English, and Multiple Subject. The second position is open to all subjects and will be based out of UCR’s Palm Desert Center. These positions are for one year, in a cohort-based program, and may be part time or full time. The position will commence July 1, 2024, or as negotiated.

To apply and for more details, see A reasonable estimate for this position is $79,118-$94,470 (full-time base salary, prorated according to appointment percentage). The University of California is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action/Disability/Veterans Employer. UCR is a world-class research university with an exceptionally diverse undergraduate student body. Its mission is explicitly linked to providing routes to educational success for underrepresented and first- generation college students. A commitment to this mission is a required qualification.


Posted 3.13.24:  Coordinator, Outdoor School Central Region, Extension Service, Oregon State University

... The ODS program helps Oregon’s youth apply learning; develop leadership, critical thinking, and social skills; and exposes them to the role of scientific inquiry and applied learning. The long-term goal of the ODS program is to integrate placed-based programs into the Oregon school system that build upon youth’s skills in hands-on science and their abilities to be effective stewards and leaders in their communities....

Outdoor school is intended for all 5th or 6th graders in the state of Oregon. The ODS program’s Regional Coordinators work with school districts in their regions to maximize participation by providing support in the funding application and reporting process, promoting inclusive community engagement, and working with districts to implement creative, community-specific solutions to outdoor school participation barriers. The Outdoor School program website is:

The main responsibilities of the ODS Central Regional Coordinator will be:

  • Liaise with local school districts, ESDs, outdoor school providers, and local communities to support inclusive and equitable outdoor school programming.
  • Lead the activities of the Central Region and participate in consistent interaction with the Eastern, Northern, and Southern Regional Coordinators.
  • Collaborate with the ODS Team to develop projects that support outdoor school in the region,e.g., professional development workshops, EDAI (equity, diversity, accessibility, and inclusion) initiatives, application and reporting process, high school leadership program development, etc....


Posted 3.13.24:  Multiple Open Positions in the Arts

• Chief of Philanthropy & External Relations, Saint Louis Art Museum
The Chief of Philanthropy and External Relations (CPER) will lead overall contributed and earned income strategies for SLAM that maximize philanthropic and earned revenues, leverage institutional marketing and communication opportunities, and ensure a welcoming and engaging visitor experience. Reporting to and partnering with the Museum Director as a member of the Senior Leadership team, the CPER will be deeply engaged in the solicitation of major and transformational donations including sponsorship, event activities, and art acquisitions. The CPER will conceptualize and implement a plan to grow SLAM’s revenue and build productive relationships with the community and civic partners. They will lead and motivate a diverse team of professionals to devise successful capital, endowment, annual fundraising, planned giving, marketing, communications, and visitor experience programs....

• Executive Director, Shakespeare Theater Company (Washington D.C.)

... The Executive Director will be responsible for the business operations of the organization, and the leader of its financial and strategic planning for its evolving business model. This will include overseeing all aspects of STC’s administrative operations, including financial management, labor relations, facilities management and construction, community engagement, and contributed and earned revenue streams. Serving as an engaging community ambassador, they will develop influential connections throughout Washington D.C., as well as nationally and internationally. The Executive Director will build authentic relationships with staff at all organizational levels, as well as with the board, artists, and donors, by being a visible presence in the office and community. A fearless champion of EDI, they will be committed to making STC inclusive for people of all backgrounds and create an organizational culture of respect, teamwork, and accountability....

• Executive Director, Oregon Shakespeare Festival
... The Executive Director will be responsible for leading the business operations of OSF with a particular focus on financial management, contributed revenue growth, audience development, and general administration. Reporting to the Board of Directors in a co-leadership model with the Artistic Director, they will collaborate with all departments to ensure a culture of transparency, trust, and high performance. As a visible advocate for OSF and the arts both regionally and nationally, the Executive Director will engage and embrace the Ashland community by listening actively to constituents while deepening and forming new partnerships with donors, businesses, civic leaders, and other stakeholders....


Posted 3.8.24: Multiple Teaching Positions, North Allegheny School District (PA)

North Allegheny School District is a top-rated, large suburban school district in the Pittsburgh region with over 8,500 students and 1,200 employees and is regularly rated as one of the best districts to teach in Pennsylvania. We are seeking candidates to fill multiple teaching positions across all twelve schools, K-12. Contracted positions will be effective August 19, 2024. Bachelor's Degree and Applicable Pennsylvania Teaching Certification are required. For more information on available opportunities and to apply, visit the District’s website and click on the careers link: Postings will remain open until filled. All inquiries will remain confidential.


Posted 3.8.24: Multiple Teaching Positions, Hawken School (OH)

Hawken School is committed to doing school differently and better. We seek to create an inclusive and accepting community where adults are empowered to design educational experiences for students that are deep and learner-centered. Hawken School seeks culturally-competent teachers, administrators, and staff members who are committed to equity and social justice, who are comfortable taking risks, and who embrace a growth mindset....


Posted 3.6.24:  Applications for Chicago Teacher Residency Program, Academy For Urban School Leadership DePauw University (IL)

The Chicago Teacher Residency (CTR) offers a rigorous, one-year teacher training program designed for talented, committed professionals who passionately believe that all students deserve a quality education. Our Master's Degree Programs are designed to prepare you to teach in high-needs schools in urban Chicago communities.

CTR is a recognized leader in teacher training. The residency is an intensive and supportive program that develops highly-effective teachers through masters' level coursework partnered with an in-classroom experience with guidance from expert coaches and mentors. By combining theory and practice, participants receive the tools they need to become successful educators in Chicago Public Schools and beyond. Upon completion of the Masters Degree Program, residents will be fully licensed to teach in Illinois and will be placed in a full-time teaching position in Chicago Public Schools.

Tuition, Scholarships & Financial Aid
As a resident, you will enroll at DePaul University. Tuition is approximately $20,000 for one year. All residents receive a $20,000 training scholarship (paid directly to you) which can be applied to tuition or used towards living costs.

All applicants must meet general admission requirements of DePaul University, as well as, additional requirements specific to this program including but not limited to:
Bachelor's Degree at the start of the program Preferred GPA of 2.75 on a 4.0 scale U.S. Citizen, national, or permanent resident....


Posted 3.2.34: Director, Office of the Arts, Georgia Institute of Technology

The Director, Office of the Arts (the Director) will oversee a dynamic professional staff, as well as inspire additional student assistants, ushers, and box office team members. Reporting directly to the Associate Vice President for the Arts, Belonging, and Community, they will collaborate with student groups, and internal and external community members, by providing leadership in programming, strategic vision, venue management, event planning, project management, overall operations. The Director will empower students to utilize the facilities at the Ferst Center to establish a unique identity as a presenter for touring artists and organizations, as well as an integral part of student life on the Georgia Tech campus. The Director will connect the Office of the Arts to the greater Atlanta community, while navigating the complexities of Georgia Tech and the academic setting. ...

Traits and Characteristics
The Director will be a collaborative, strategic leader who is receptive to new ideas and methods of innovation. With an inclusive and people-centered approach, they will have the ability to connect with internal and external community members, acting as a bridge-builder across the campus, in their interactions with students, faculty, and community members. Calm, resilient, and adaptable, they will have a flexible approach to problem-solving. A fearless champion of inclusion and access, they will be approachable and able to manage multiple priorities simultaneously while handling challenging situations with patience and a sense of humor. Impeccable integrity and a commitment in supporting accessibility and intercultural education is necessary. Some nights and weekend work will be required.


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