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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

 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 – 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.


Posted 2.29.24:  Chief Operating Officer, FirstRepair (IL)

Position Highlights:

  • Opportunity to partner with reparations leader in expanding national model for reparations
  • Ability to drive and lead all finance, operations, and administrative systems and build out
  • Generous compensation for an experienced, driven leader of $130-150k, plus benefits
  • Chance to put passion and mission into action daily...

FirstRepair ( was founded by Robin Rue Simmons, a former Evanston, Illinois alderman and the architect of the nation’s first government-funded reparations program. Robin’s solutions only leadership style has inspired the services of FirstRepair, including sharing best practices, creating tools, and developing a viable model to advance local reparations policy. Our knowledge network includes seasoned experts and social innovators with a proven commitment to reparations, racial justice, and Black community empowerment. Our services will include workshops, educational symposiums, research, stakeholder development, and policy design for local government bodies and institutions.

Position Overview:
FirstRepair is creating the position of Chief Operating Officer to provide administrative and financial leadership and to serve as a key adviser to our President and Executive Director. You will report directly to the President and Executive Director. The ideal candidate will be passionate about the mission of FirstRepair and interested in making an important contribution to advancing local reparations for Black Americans....


Posted 2.29.24: Elementary Principal, Barrington Community School District # 220 (IL)

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....

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....


Posted 2.25.24:  Director of Human Resources, Mercersburg Academy  (CT) 

 Mercersburg Academy, a co-educational day/boarding school for students in grades 9-12 and postgraduates...

Reporting to Mercersburg Academy’s Head of School, the Director of Human Resources holds responsibility for the design, development, implementation, evaluation, and continuous improvement of comprehensive human resources programs and strategies in support of institutional goals and objectives of the school. Leading two HR staff members, the Director oversees the school’s recruitment process, compensation, payroll and benefits processes and programs, employee relations, professional development, and compliance. Upon joining the community, the incoming Director will have the opportunity to build their own team by filling the role of Assistant Director of Human Resources right away.

Qualifications & Characteristics:

  • B.S/B.A Degree required. Master’s Degree or SHRM-CP or SHRM-SCP certification preferred.
  • Ten years of related experience including at least five years in a managerial/supervisory role.
  • Extensive knowledge of the principles, best practices, and procedures of human resources management...


Posted 2.23.24:  Chief of Programs & Learning, Women Moving Millions (hybrid work model) 

Women Moving Millions’ (WMM) mission is to catalyze unprecedented resources to realize a gender-equal world. Launched initially as a campaign, WMM founders believed in the power and potential of what is possible when you gather a community of women together with a shared commitment to change the world. In the last decade, the community has grown to nearly 400 members who have collectively committed over $1B to improve the lives of women, girls, and gender-expansive people worldwide...

In 2023 WMM launched a new strategic planning effort, with leadership support from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, to offer a new, bold vision and roadmap for how WMM will meet the urgent challenges impacting women’s rights globally and set it on an accelerated path to move the next billion dollars in resources to the movement for gender equality in its history. Through this plan, WMM seeks to unleash the full power of this community, and support a more diverse ecosystem of members, nonmembers, funding partners, and investment activity.
Amid this critical mission and environment of extraordinary investment and expansion, WMM seeks candidates for Chief of Programs & Learning (CPL). The CPL provides comprehensive and strategic leadership of Women Moving Millions programmatic and learning initiatives, thereby advancing gender equality through the philanthropic education, leadership development, and overall engagement of the organization’s members and ecosystem of partners....

Reporting directly to the CEO, the CPL works closely with senior executive and Board leadership to establish and advance program and learning goals and identify potential growth markets. A key priority of this leader will be engaging members and other key stakeholders on their needs vis-à-vis programs and learning, being responsive to those needs, and ensuring that WMM continues to add corresponding value. They will be responsible for overseeing the buildout of WMM’s identified impact-driven initiatives, building aligned program and learning offerings, managing partnerships, and engaging members and our broader ecosystem of influencers in each initiative. The CPL will manage an evolving team that currently includes a Program Manager position, with plans in place to further build out the program and learning team, and is projected to expand commensurate with organizational growth and in consultation with the CEO. The CPL will be empowered to evaluate and enhance the functional and/or organizational alignment of the team....


Posted 2.23.24:  Equity Institute Director, YWCA Evanston-Northshore  (IL)

...  YWCA Evanston/North Shore, at the urging of our community, launched our racial justice programming in 2011 through a series of community conversations about race. ...

... The Equity Institute Director is a dynamic, visionary leader with a record of working to dismantle historic barriers to accessing institutional resources, opportunities, and power for Black, Indigenous, People of Color who are most disparately impacted by structural racism. The Director carries out this work by helping human service organizations become more accountable to the historically marginalized communities they serve and by partnering with those communities to identify and support needed change. The Director is skilled at delivering human service organizational change consulting services; developing community partnerships, programming, and training curricula; and supports internal YWCA equity efforts. The Director will build on 13 years of YWCA racial equity work and deepen program impact through expanding community partnerships. The Director will support and foster a highly motivated, passionate team committed to a standard of excellence and innovation in the field of organizational and community equity. ...


Posted 2.22.24:  Multiple Open Positions, Walnut School for the Arts (MA)

* Learning Specialist
...Seeks a Learning Specialist to join the Student Life Office to best support the needs of students and faculty starting in mid-August. Working closely with other members of the Student Life and Teaching & Learning teams, this position will help implement student learning support services, serve as a resource for students and faculty, and provide direct services to students, both individually and in groups as appropriate. This is a full-time 10-month position...

• History Teacher (Part-time)
... Seeks a faculty member to join the Humanities department to teach History in the 2024-2025 academic year beginning in mid-August. This is a 10-month position reporting to the Head of Humanities. This is a part-time (.6 FTE) position with the potential of increasing to full time depending on student enrollment.

 Lead Jazz & Contemporary Musical Arts Instructor
... Music Department Faculty to lead the Jazz and Contemporary Musical Arts program for the 2024-2025 academic year starting in mid-August 2024. This is a full-time 10-month academic year position reporting to the Director of Music.

• Dean of Innovation & Inclusive Pedagogy
... The Dean serves as a thought partner with the Assistant Head of School to advance educational operations by collaborating on high-level problem solving and solution-based responsiveness to crises and challenges. The Dean also works closely with the Director of Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, & Belonging to connect climate and community with curriculum in order to prepare our students to engage in and contribute to the world community through the arts....

- Summer Theater Intensive- Stage Manager
... The Stage Manager is responsible for facilitating the smooth and safe operation of all rehearsals, performances and events within the program. All classes, rehearsals, and performances will take place on campus, both at Keiter Center for the Performing Arts and the Delbridge Center for the Performing Arts

• Music Department Assistant- Part Time Immediate Opening
Walnut Hill School for the Arts has an immediate opening for a part-time (20 hours per week during the 10-month academic year) Music Department Assistant for the remainder of the school year and returning in the Fall. ...

• French and Spanish Teacher
Walnut Hill School for the Arts seeks a full-time faculty member to join the World Languages department to teach French and Spanish for the 2024-2025 academic year starting in mid-August 2024. This is a full-time academic year position. Residence opportunity...

• Community Theater Academy, Children's Theater Instructors (Part-time)
Walnut Hill School for the Arts’ Community Theater Academy (CTA) is seeking theater teachers; directors skilled in performance oriented musical theater classes. We enroll students ages 3through middle school and have various opportunities available for the right candidate. Confidence and familiarity with MTI JR style shows is preferred.

• Music Instructor Community Academy
... Part-time instructors to teach private lessons in an encouraging, fun, and focused environment. There are multiple positions available for instructors to teach Voice, Guitar, and/or Piano. Instructors who can provide lessons for various other instruments are welcome to apply.

• Writing, Film/Media, Arts Photography
... a full-time photography teacher to join the Writing, Film & Media Arts (WFMA) department, teaching darkroom and photography and managing the photo lab spaces for the 2024-2025 academic year beginning in mid-August. This is a full-time 10-month position....


Posted 2.22.24:  Multiple Open Positions, The Archer School for Girls (CA)

  • Middle and Upper School History Teacher
    Ideal candidates have a degree in history or education, at least 3-5 years of history teaching experience, robust content knowledge.... Candidates must have the flexibility to teach at multiple grade levels and a commitment to the value of teaching in a diverse and inclusive learning community. Experience with a variety of assessment design including project-based learning and the evolving use of digital tools in the classroom is a must. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to teaching 4-5 courses. designing curriculum, collaborating with colleagues. and supporting extracurricular school activities.

  • Middle School English Teacher
    Full-time middle school English teacher beginning in August 2024. Responsibilities include teaching 4-5 middle school classes. serving as a mentor, and participating in co-curricular school activities like our award-winning literary magazine, literature conference, experiential trips, clubs. and committees...

  • Mathematics Teacher
    ... A skilled and experienced Math teacher starting in August 2024. The position involves teaching mathematics classes using student-centered methodologies. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to teaching 4-5 classes. using CPM curriculum, and participating in co-curricular school activities....

  • Part-time Music Teacher
    ... Part-time Music Teacher to join our dynamic arts department. This individual will be responsible for teaching Upper School Songwriting, Upper School Music Composition and Theory, and Middle School Rock or Jazz Ensembles....


Posted 2.22.24:  Associate Dean of Students for Diversity, Equity & Inclusion, Bridgewater College (VA)

Bridgewater College, a private, four-year liberal arts institution, is inviting applications for the position of Associate Dean of Students for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion. Located in a vibrant community within the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia, Bridgewater College serves approximately 1,400 students who hail from 26 states and 19 countries. Serving as the chief diversity officer, the next Associate Dean will be an innovative and collaborative leader with a rich background in diversity and inclusion initiatives. The ideal candidate will bring a demonstrated track record of success in fostering inclusivity, working with college students across diverse identities, and contributing to the cultivation of a welcoming and equitable campus environment....

A doctorate in a related field is preferred although consideration will be given to candidates with a master’s degree and significant administrative and Student Life operations experience. While not an exhaustive list, candidates for this position will have a minimum of five years of demonstrated success working with culturally diverse communities of students and staff, including traditionally underrepresented and international student populations, proven experience in mediation and de-escalation, and recognized leadership and experience in advancing equity, diversity, inclusion, and belonging within a complex organization....


Posted 2.22.24:  Director of Facilities, North Allegheny School District (PA)

North Allegheny School District, a large suburban district in the Pittsburgh region with over 8,500
students and 1,200 employees, has a vacancy for the Director of Facilities. The Director of Facilities works with the Superintendent and Board of School Directors in directing the design, planning, construction, project management, and maintenance of the District’s facilities and properties, and is responsible for developing budgets and the short-term
and long-range Capital Funding Plan based on the District’s growth and future needs.

Minimum Requirements
Bachelor’s Degree in Engineering or Architecture; or a combination of relevant education and
experience to meet the requirements of the position.
Advanced degree preferred.
Five or more years’ experience in management and operations...


Posted 2.20.24:  Director of Communications, William Penn Charter School (PA)

William Penn Charter School (Penn Charter) seeks a talented, collegial, and multi-faceted leader to serve as its next Director of Communications. The Director must be able to think strategically at the highest level and shift seamlessly and effectively among a variety of different roles. In addition to managing and supervising a four-person team, the Director will serve as a trusted advisor and thought partner to Head of School, Karen Warren Coleman and will be responsible for the development and implementation of a marketing communications strategy and a broad and diverse range of community, media, public relations, and crisis communications. The successful candidate will be able to both develop and implement strategic priorities while partnering across campus at the ground level with colleagues, including Admission and Enrollment Management, Diversity, Equity and Inclusion, Advancement...


Posted 2.15.24:  Student Programs Coordinator, New Mexico State University

Classification Standard Duties: Answers student inquiries and resolves problems related to curriculum and course prerequisites, referring to catalogues, written course descriptions, and other appropriate sources. Coordinates with other organizational units to process admission and graduation requests and to aid in resolution of academic problems. Prepares form letters, individual letters, and information packets in support of group and/or individual recruitment efforts; attends and participates in individual and group orientation and other information dissemination sessions. Plans, develops, and implements community outreach activities for underrepresented student populations. May conduct recruitment activities for targeted student populations. Coordinates retention activities including student mentor programs, tutor services, personal counseling, and study skills workshops; plans, develops, and coordinates special events. May assist and/or prepare grant proposals to fund student programs and services. Performs miscellaneous job-related duties as assigned. 

Required Education, Experience, Certification/License, Equivalency Required Education: Bachelor's degree in a related field. Required Experience: No previous work experience required. Equivalency: An Associate's degree and two (2) years of related experience; or, four (4) years of related experience.... 


Posted 2.15.24:  Assistant Professor, Childhood Education,  SUNY Oswego 


Date of Appointment: Fall 2024

... Description of Responsibilities:
The Assistant Professor of Childhood will teach undergraduate and graduate Childhood methods courses in the Childhood Education 1-6 program, supervise Childhood education candidates in field experiences; provide program and academic advisement; participate in program development, evaluation, and self-study, and School of Education accreditation assessment processes; and serve on department, School of Education, and university committees....

SUNY Oswego works continuously to create an inclusive environment which respects, embraces, and promotes cultural safety, belonging, civil discourse, cultural humility, and other values and goals outlined in SUNY Oswego's As such, the Assistant Professor is expected to contribute to these efforts and possess communication and interpersonal skills necessary to engage effectively with an increasingly diverse community of students and colleagues....


Posted 2.8.24:  Executive Director, Los Angeles High School for the Arts (CA)

...The Executive Director will be the chief executive staff member and primary fundraiser of the LACHSA Foundation. Serving as the main spokesperson, they will ensure that all written and verbal communications properly represent the institution’s image and mission. Reporting to the board of directors, the Executive Director will design and oversee all fundraising strategies and approaches to bring together all stakeholders in a united vision. As a strong negotiator working in close contact with the LACHSA administration, Los Angeles County Office of Education (LACOE), and Cal State Los Angeles, the Executive Director will ensure that the mission and actions of LACHSA Foundation are in line with and supportive of the mission and actions of LACHSA.

Role and Responsibilities

Donor Relations and Financial Vibrancy

  • Promote the mission of the LACHSA Foundation to primary donors and government officials to further identify and cultivate relationships with key individual donors, potential corporate sponsors, foundations, trustees, funders, and other untapped fiscal resources.
  • Manage and fulfill all fundraising efforts, including maintaining a comprehensive development calendar of fundraising and philanthropic goals informed by experience with endowments, major gifts, corporate sponsorships, and foundation and government support to meet the board-approved budget and annual goals.
  • Oversee organizational budgets, control expenditures, develop financial analysis, and implement internal controls to ensure operational and fiscal integrity....


Posted 2.8.24: Provost & Vice President, (Academic) University of Guelph (Ontario Canada)

... Reporting to the President and a key collaborative member of her executive team, the Provost

and Vice-President (Academic) is the chief academic officer and the principal advisor to the President on all academic affairs and plays a leading role in determining the use of resources for the University of Guelph. The Provost is instrumental in leading the academic mission of the University by recruiting the best and brightest faculty and students, advancing curricular transformation and program development, including quality assurance processes, and advancing strategic enrollment management....

... The successful candidate will be an accomplished scholar and an exemplary leader with a strong commitment to collegial governance, fiscal responsibility, and meeting the diverse needs of faculty, staff, and students. An experienced senior academic administrator and future-oriented innovative thinker with a demonstrated ability to advance and transform academic programmes, goals, and priorities, the Provost will possess an open and collegial style, outstanding management, communication, and interpersonal skills, and a creative approach to problem solving. With a proven track record of promoting excellence, championing indigenization, anti-racism, and equity, and supporting meaningful community engagement, the Provost will have the capacity to build morale, and sustain positive working relationships with a wide variety of internal and external stakeholders, including University Senate, the Board of Governors, and the President....


Posted 2.9.24: Multiple Openings in the Arts

• President & CEO, Rockport Music

The President & CEO will report to the board of trustees to enhance Rockport Music’s artistic and operational vision through executing the strategic plan. This will include building the revenues and brand by highlighting its quality to pique both domestic and international audience interests and motivate active local participation. The Artistic Director, in a co-equal reporting relationship with the board of trustees, will be responsible for the vision and artistic growth of the Rockport Chamber Music Festival and classical programming, while the President & CEO will focus on the other genres of music such as jazz, celtic, folk, and world. Both the President and CEO and the  Artistic Director will collaborate to highlight the Rockport Chamber Music Festival, expanding its reach into the community and beyond.....

• Chief Financial Officer, Berkshire Museum (MA)
The Chief Financial Officer (CFO) will provide strategic, financial, and operational leadership across the museum, ensuring proper financial accounting, internal controls, safe and compliant facility operations, and successful customer service in the visitor experience. Reporting to the Executive Director, the CFO will serve as a thought leader and trusted partner and have under their purview the departments of finance, human resources, guest services, gift shop, information technology, physical plant, and operations. As a member of the Senior Leadership team, the CFO will support the Board of Trustees through various committees, including Finance, Investment, and Audit....

• Vice President of Education, 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 demonstrating a genuine commitment to expanding equitable access to Symphony programs throughout their work in the organization and community....

• Chief of External Affairs, Baltimore Museum of Art
...The Chief of External Affairs (CEA) will lead and develop overall contributed and earned income strategies for annual operational and endowment growth. The CEA will be the primary staff liaison for the Marketing and Annual Gifts Board Committees and be engaged with other Board Committees such as Governance/Nominating. The CEA will report to the Dorothy Wagner Wallis Director and serve as a member of the Senior Leadership Team in setting direction and strategy for Advancement and Marketing and Communications teams. In partnership with the Director, the CEA will formulate local, national, and international strategic partnerships, maximize philanthropic and earned revenues, leverage institutional marketing and communications opportunities to attract visitors, and ensure a welcoming and engaging museum experience. ...

• Executive Director, Maine Museum for Contemporary Art
...The Executive Director (ED) will provide strategy and leadership in developing and implementing exhibitions, public programs, resource development, community engagement, and the daily operations of CMCA. As the primary spokesperson, they will elevate the institution as a cultural and educational resource for Maine, while promoting it as a destination for visitors. The ED will be an engaged member of the local and national/ international artistic community and will maximize partnerships to create opportunities for community impact and earned and contributed revenue enhancement. The ED will possess a strong understanding and practice of diversity, equity, inclusion, and access (DEIA) and will activate these values within the institution. They will report to the Board of Trustees and work with them to cultivate relationships and enhance financial resources...


Posted 2.6.24:  Associate Director of Diversity & Inclusion, The Overlake School, Redmond, WA

... The Associate Director of Diversity and Inclusion will be responsible for supporting the Office of Diversity and Inclusion at the Overlake School. This position is a full-time 12-month role that reports to the Director of Diversity and Inclusion. Under supervision of the Director of D&I, the Associate Director of Diversity and Inclusion will support the mission and values of equity and inclusion of the Overlake School in all facets of life of school. This is a new role at the Overlake School, and we seek a skilled manager to support the integral work of the office of Diversity and Inclusion including operationalizing the new Strategic Diversity and Inclusion Plan.
Principal Duties: Shares responsibility with the Director of D&I for all matters relating to diversity, equity, justice, and inclusion for students, families, faculty, staff, and other constituencies of the Overlake School and its greater community....


Posted 2.8.24:  Marketing & Communications Associate, Arts Consulting Group


Arts Consulting Group (ACG) is the leading provider of hands-on interim management, executive search, revenue enhancement, strategic planning & community engagement, facilities & program planning, and other capacity building services for the arts and culture industry....

Reporting to the Marketing & Communications Director, the Marketing & Communications Associate (MarComm Associate) will provide editorial, operational, and administrative support for all aspects of ACG’s marketing efforts, specifically those involving website maintenance, contact management, email campaigns, social media, and conference materials preparation. This individual will also draft, edit, and format various ACG proposals, articles,
and presentations, among others. The MarComm Associate will develop procedures, establish processes, and deliver desired outcomes within allotted timeframes across all three areas of the firm, including Leadership Transitions, Planning and Capacity Building, Research and Revenue Enhancement....


Posted 2.6.24:  Superintendent of Schools for Regional School District #11 and Chaplin School District (CT)

Chaplin School District (Chaplin Elementary School)Enrollment: 155 Pre-K to Grade 6Number of Staff: 21 Certified; 21 Non-CertifiedAdministrative Team: 1 Principal. Chaplin Elementary School is a Title I school located in the rural town of Chaplin in eastern Connecticut. 
Regional District #11 (Parish Hill Middle/High School) Enrollment: 210 Students, grades 7-12. Number of staff: 33 certified; 18 non-certified. administrative team: 1 principal, 1 assistant principal. Parish Hill Middle High School was established in 1967 and serves about210 students in grades 7- 12

...Candidate Profile:
The standards that follow describe individual job responsibilities and expectations for the superintendent.

  • Educational Leadership Ensures the coordination and delivery of programs that enhance student learning and achievement of state educational standards.
  • District Operations Develops and implements plans for effective allocation of fiscal and other resources. Develops and oversees a comprehensive approach to human capital that aligns to district vision, strategy, and goals.
  • Community Relations Establishes and maintains effective channels of communication between the schools and community, resulting in strong support for school’s mission and vision....


Posted 2.6.24:  Associate Professor of STEM Education & Equity, University of Caifornia–Riverside

Full-time, tenure track, begins July 1, 2024.
We are seeking a faculty member with commitments to advancing the field of equity and justice based STEM Education. This includes research that expands perspectives and ideas, utilizes and builds on critical theoretical and methodological approaches, and demonstrates expertise in critical epistemic foundations that challenge and reimagine dominant, Eurocentric approaches to STEM education. Candidates could take on a variety of specific research directions and inquiries within STEM education across a variety of levels (e.g., systemic, structural, institutional). We are most interested in candidates invested in advancing research on the social constructs that impact STEM access such as identity, socialization, racialization, and more. Additionally, we especially encourage applicants with commitments to reclaiming Indigenous, or other non-dominant epistemologies in STEM, that draw from asset-based and culturally sustaining, justice oriented theoretical foundations....


Posted 2.5.24:  Superintendent of Schools, Connecticut Technical Education & Career System

...General duties:

  • Serves as Superintendent of a statewide and state-funded school system offering academic and technical education and post-secondary technical education.
  • Oversees the select central office staff, school administrators and CTECS staff members.
  • Works with the Executive Director to ensure the accomplishment of the System’s mission to prepare trade-bound students to meet the skilled workforce needs in Connecticut through exemplary trade and academic programming.
  • Able to articulate shared goals to all constituent groups and ensures that staff members are working in concert with the System’s strategic and operational plan.
  • Has substantial knowledge and experience in powering curricula, formative assessments and data-driven decision-making in the academic and trade/technology areas.
  • Demonstrates creativity and innovation thinking in an effort to achieve the System's vision, mission and goals....


Posted 2.5.24:  Multiple Openings, Rochester Institute for Technology (NY)

• Lecturer, ASL & Interpreting Education
The new interpreting Lecturer will:

  • Teach interpreting skills courses in the ASL-English Interpreter Education Program
  • Attend professional development activities
  • Participate in communication development activities
  • Serve the department, institute and the community as needed

• Assistant Professor, Liberal Studies
The Department of Liberal Studies (DLS) in Rochester Institute of Technology’s National Technical Institute for the Deaf invites applications for a tenure-track Assistant Professor position starting August 2024. We seek applicants with a relevant doctoral degree and experience teaching English to D/HH students.
• Lecturer, Science and Mathematics
The Department of Science and Mathematics at the National Institute for the Deaf (NTID) is seeking to fill a 9-month lecturer (non-tenure-track) faculty position in the field of mathematics.
• Lecturer, Center for Culture & Language
This is a two-year Associate Research Faculty position, non-tenure track, at the National Technical Institute for the Deaf (NTID), at the Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT). Renewal beyond two years will be dependent upon obtaining external funding.

The new interpreting Lecturer will:

  • Teach interpreting skills courses in the ASL-English Interpreter Education Program
  • Attend professional development activities
  • Participate in communication development activities
  • Serve the department, institute and the community as needed

• Assistant Professor, Liberal Studies
The Department of Liberal Studies (DLS) in Rochester Institute of Technology’s National Technical Institute for the Deaf invites applications for a tenure-track Assistant Professor position starting August 2024. We seek applicants with a relevant doctoral degree and experience teaching English to D/HH students.
• Lecturer, Science and Mathematics
The Department of Science and Mathematics at the National Institute for the Deaf (NTID) is seeking to fill a 9-month lecturer (non-tenure-track) faculty position in the field of mathematics.
• Lecturer, Center for Culture & Language
This is a two-year Associate Research Faculty position, non-tenure track, at the National Technical Institute for the Deaf (NTID), at the Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT). Renewal beyond two years will be dependent upon obtaining external funding.


Posted 2.5.24:  Senior Program Director, Deans For Impact (remote)

At DFI, we envision a future where every child is taught by well-prepared teachers. We support educator-preparation programs (EPPs) to bring the science of learning into teaching practice; partner with policymakers to ensure that pathways into teaching are accessible, practice-based, and focused on equitable instruction; and equip leaders with the tools to address today’s most pressing challenges....

,,,The Senior Program Director will work with program leaders and teacher-educators across multiple DFI-facilitated networks to redesign coursework and clinical experiences by: (1) designing and facilitating opportunities for faculty to deepen knowledge and develop shared vision aligned with state and district priorities around early literacy and the use of HQIM, and (2) overseeing the implementation of that vision by supporting faculty to integrate new assignments and materials into courses across the arc of candidate learning in their EPPs. The Senior Program Director will also be responsible for building relationships with state, district, and EPP program leaders, including negotiating between state priorities and the goals of EPPs and their district partners, coaching individual faculty, developing professional learning opportunities and cross-program learning structures, and facilitating improvement processes at the participating EPPs....


Posted 1.30.24: METCO Director, Swampscott Schools (MA)

The METCO Director grades K-12, is responsible for the management and supervision of the Swampscott METCO program. The Director reports to the Superintendent, is responsible for the overall quality of the METCO program, and works collaboratively with the building and METCO support staff. With a unique combination of cultural sensitivity, expertise, creativity, and professionalism, the METCO Director is committed to providing a quality educational and social experience for all students, strengthening their own personal and professional development.


  • Bachelor's Degree must be CORI/SAFIS compliant
  • 3 Years METCO experience preferred
  • 3 Years of successful experience in a public school district, or other non-profit, and experience working with students and families from diverse backgrounds...


Posted 1.27.24:  Multiple Leadership Positions in The Arts

• Executive Director, The Children's Museum Group (CT)

...The Executive Director will be an innovative and visionary leader who steers the future of The Children’s Museum during its relocation to a new venue. Reporting directly to the board of directors, the Executive Director will be instrumental in shaping The Children’s Museum’s direction by bringing a unique blend of business acumen and a proven track record in relationship-building, advocacy, fiscal leadership, fundraising, and change management. The role will involve engaging and empowering both The Children Museum’s dedicated staff and board members to embrace a fresh vision for The Children’s Museum in its new home. The Executive Director will create a positive and inclusive working environment, aimed at supporting, attracting, and retaining a high-caliber staff, while expanding The Children Museum’s reach and impact on the Greater Hartford region....

• Director, Museo de Arte de Ponce (Puerto Rico)
...The Director will inspire, guide, and implement Museo’s strategic goals and shape its vision as a dynamic leader with a deep passion for stewarding and expanding the collection. Focused on innovative programming, touring the collection, and advancing Museo’s reputation in the field, the Director will be an inspiring leader and accomplished fundraiser and administrator. Reporting to and collaborating with the Board of Trustees, the Director will focus on increasing contributed revenues, financial operations, and human resources. Driving participation and attendance at Museo, the Director will revitalize programmatic strategies, educational activities, and community while empowering, mentoring, and leading the Museo team. The Director will also oversee the reconstruction and reopening of the Edward Durell Stone building, as well as ensure safety and accessibility of all Museo buildings and grounds....

• Executive Director, Music@Menlo (CA)
In partnership with the Artistic Directors and under the advisement of the board of directors, the Executive Director of Music@Menlo will be responsible for overseeing the strategic direction of the organization with a focus on financial management, fundraising, community engagement, and administrative leadership. They will play a pivotal role in developing and implementing artistic and operational initiatives, and foster close relationships with artists, donors, and community members. Executive Director will oversee a small, dedicated staff, working as a collaborative leader with the team, board, and Menlo School, to ensure that Music@Menlo offers concerts, events, and training opportunities of the highest artistic quality....


Posted 1.23.24:  Director of Human Resources, Choate Rosemary Hall (CT)

Comprising 850 students and over 300 faculty and staff, Choate attracts intellectually gifted and motivated students from diverse backgrounds whose commitment to serious study is enhanced in this personally supportive and academically challenging setting....

In a manner that is highly responsive and customer service-driven, the Director of Human Resources directs Choate’s Human Resources team and carries out policies related to all aspects of Human Resources activities.  The Director oversees and manages a wide variety of services to employees, campus residents, and volunteers in areas affecting employment, payroll, leave, benefits, pre-employment, onboarding, compensation, and employee relations.  The Director works closely with the Dean of Faculty, assisting and advising on human resources issues, and directly supervises two employees, with one indirect report....

Ten or more years of broad-based human resources experience and five or more years of supervisory experience in an independent secondary school, college, university, foundation, non-profit, or similar setting. Excellent communication and presentation skills. Experience with HRIS implementation and/or data management. Advanced user of Excel (vlookups, pivot tables, etc.). ...


Posted 1.23.24:  Upper School Biology Teacher, 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. 

...  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....


Posted 1.23.24: Speech and Language Pathologist Assistant, Waterford Public Schools (CT)


  • Assist the SLP with speech, language, and hearing screenings without clinical interpretation.
  • Assist the SLP during assessment of students exclusive of interpretation.
  • Follow documented treatment plans or protocols developed by the supervising SLP.
  • Provide guidance and treatment for students selected by the supervising SLP as appropriate for
    this service delivery model....


Posted 1.18.24: Vice President of Partnerships & Programs, Foundation to Combat Antisemitism (MA)

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. ...

Amid this critical mission and environment of extraordinary investment and expansion, FCAS seeks candidates for the newly created position of Vice President of Programs and Partnerships....The Vice President provides strategic leadership and management of programmatic partnerships and will be a central figure in ensuring the Foundation’s long-term success. They will deliver step changes in the scale and impact of programmatic partnerships and audiences by strengthening and broadening existing relationships as well as advancing significant new partnerships across the following target verticals that offer unique value: (1) Jewish, interfaith, corporate, and university/college communities that can provide access to powerful messaging platforms and the activation of their varied constituencies to stand against hate; (2) the sports industry and audiences which provide the best opportunity to reach across all audiences regardless of age as well as opportunities to catalyze action via sports leaders, influencers, players, and fans; and (3) Black, LGBTQ+, and other diverse communities and organizations, leveraging overlapping experiences regarding discrimination and hate and shared goals for the elimination thereof....
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 and executing strategic partnerships and programs with seven or more years of corresponding experience....


Posted 1.17.24: Rochester Institute of Technology, Future Faculty Career Exploration Program (NY)

The Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT) Future Faculty Career Exploration Program is a rigorous four-day program designed for participants to experience a behind the scenes glimpse into life as a faculty member here at RIT. Participants will have the opportunity to engage with RIT's diverse administration, faculty, and students while on campus. The program offers additional opportunities to enhance interview skills, practice job-talk presentations, and explore the research, teaching, and service expectations of RIT Faculty members.

We encourage individuals who will be PhD/MFA candidates, postdocs, and early career researchers and are interested in a career in the professoriate and who can contribute in meaningful ways to the RIT’s commitment to cultural diversity, pluralism, and individual differences. While we are primarily interested in applicants of African American, Latin American, American Indian, or Alaskan Native descent, and others who are underrepresented and underserved in teaching professions at RIT, the Program is open to all eligible participants regardless of race, religion, age, gender, or other protected federal or state categories.

This is a competitive application process. The application deadline is February 23, 2024. Program and application information can be found here:

In addition, RIT’s Future Faculty Career Exploration Program staff is hosting Strategies to Crafting a Strong Application—RIT’s Future Faculty Program webinar on Wednesday, February 7, from 2–3pm ET to answer your questions about the program and application process. Learn how to craft a compelling application starting from your cover letter and CV, to what you should be including in your research, teaching, and diversity statements. Register here and join us to get your questions answered.


Posted 1.17.24: Vice President for Student Affairs, Eastern Oregon University

Location: La Grande, Oregon...


The Vice President:
• Provides leadership and guidance to the members of the Division of Student Affairs, providing both a strategic framework and effective direction to the Student Affairs staff;

• Serving on the President’s Cabinet, the VPSA collaborates with the President, Provost, other Vice Presidents, Deans, and Directors to create and execute programs that foster cohesion and alignment between the curricular, co-curricular, and extracurricular experiences of students;

• Recommends, develops, and implements student affairs policies, procedures, and practices that foster student learning and development...

EOU’s next Vice President for Student Affairs will have extensive student affairs experience and demonstrate strong leadership credentials. Five years of experience at the executive management level (involving supervision of staff, leading strategic planning, significant budget authority) in student affairs/student services is required....


Posted 1.17.24:  Executive Director, The Union for Contemporary Art (NE)

The Union for Contemporary Art (The Union) is a community-based hub strengthening the cultural and social landscape of North Omaha, Nebraska, using the arts as a vehicle to inspire positive social change....

The Positon:
The Executive Director will be responsible for implementing The Union’s strategic goals and shaping the organization’s vision, serving as the primary external spokesperson for the organization. Cultivating authentic relationships in the community, regionally, and nationally, the Executive Director will expand The Union’s presence in the social justice and community arts education spaces locally and nationally, building financial support and brand awareness as a model for other communities. Collaboratively with senior leadership and the Board of Directors, the Executive Director will embrace and advance. The Union’s programming and ensure the financial sustainability of the organization, leading through a lens of empowerment and driving equitable, inclusive, and accessible opportunities that align with the vision of The Union....


Posted 1.17.24: Director of College Counseling, St. Paul Academy (MN)

The Director of College Counseling at SPA will provide leadership in ensuring that best practices from college admission counseling inform SPA’s college counseling program. The Director leads a collaborative team of two experienced college counselors and a full-time administrative assistant to guide students and families through a college planning process that is developmentally appropriate, fosters personal growth, and is informed by professional best practices....

Qualifications and Personal Attributes
• Experience in college counseling and/or college admissions, in-depth knowledge of a diverse
range of colleges and current college admission trends, and a robust professional network;
• Genuine passion for working with students and the ability to build productive, dynamic working
relationships with high school students in support of their self-understanding, growth, needs, and
aspirations for college and beyond;
• Understanding of the college process in the wider context of a student’s Upper School experience
and a commitment to engaging with students and families in a way that is relational and
transformational, not transactional;
• Personal and professional commitment to diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging and the
ability to co-create programs and model practices that center equity and cultivate an office
environment that invites all—students, families, and colleagues—to be their authentic selves and
articulate their needs....


Posted 1.17.24:  Instructor of Fine Arts, Saint Joseph's College (ME)

Regular Full-Time 9 Month Faculty
...This Fine Arts position seeks to integrate traditional arts media with technology, and/or embrace an interdisciplinary approach to the arts. As an instructor serving the Core Curriculum, we welcome candidates who can teach undergraduate fine arts courses in such areas as: Socially Engaged Art, Art & Creativity, Digital Photography, Graphic Design, Drawing, Painting and Ceramics. There is a strong desire for the instructor to help students critically examine and develop creative digital skills that are part of the emerging creative economy. The instructor would be encouraged to design learning experiences that connect arts and technology with health, well-being and lifelong learning. Interdisciplinary collaborations with faculty colleagues that seek to enhance a student’s employability include new approaches to teaching creativity, critical thinking, innovation, and entrepreneurship. The instructor will have access to the Art Studio and the Mac Lab to help students develop skills, work through the iterative design process and display various projects....

Minimum Requirements
• Masters of Fine Arts degree is required or
• Evidence of successful teaching of undergraduate learners
• A background that demonstrates a commitment to justice, diversity, equity and inclusion
• Evidence of community-based activities that help promote the arts
• Evidence of interdisciplinary collaborations...


Posted 1.11.24:  Chief Executive Officer, World Savvy

World Savvy educates and engages youth to learn, work, and thrive as responsible global citizens. As a leading national education nonprofit, World Savvy is working to transform teaching, learning, and culture in K-12 public education so all students can learn, work, and thrive in our rapidly changing world as globally competent citizens....

This is an important moment for World Savvy as it goes through its first-ever executive leadership transition. This is an exceptional opportunity for a proven executive to take the helm of a national organization that is creating future-ready learning environments that adequately prepare students for a diverse, complex, and ever-changing world.  This is an opportunity for a leader who is excited by the prospect of building, fast growth, and big year over year expectations for expanding an organization that is already doing important work to reimagine education. The work that lies ahead for World Savvy includes growing into new U.S. regions to develop new partnerships to reach more students and continue shifting the discourse around what constitutes quality education in the United States. ...

This is a full-time position based in the United States with regular travel to Minneapolis, Minnesota. The national target salary range for this position is $200,000 to $250,000....


Posted 1.10.24:  Chief Operating Officer, Movement School (NC, SC or GA)

Movement Schools is a rapidly growing network of free, public charter schools serving students in pre-K through 5th grade.... Founded in Charlotte, North Carolina, Movement serves over 1200 students across four schools and three pre-K sites. ...

Movement School’s Chief Operating Officer (COO) is an experienced manager and leader accountable for leading development of Movement School’s strategy and business plan, for the delivery of high performing operational services and capacity building required to support Movement’s rapid growth, and for the financial sustainability and public compliance of the organization....

The preferred location for this role is North Carolina, South Carolina, or Georgia. This role requires frequent travel to Charlotte with some overnight stays, as necessary....


Posted 1.10.23:  Director of Theater, Walnut School for the Arts (MA)

... The Director will work with a highly talented faculty (acting, directing, design and production, movement, etc.) who are entering Year Three as a cohort as well as a Design and Production team that supports all five majors at Walnut Hill. The Director will address and strategize for an increasingly selective college and conservatory landscape for young theater artists and how Walnut Hill will be positioned to continue a strong legacy of placement....

Skills & Qualifications

  • Possess an educational vision that aligns with the core principles of Walnut Hill and addresses the life cycle of artist development from 9th grade to theater professional;
  • Extensive teaching experience; strong background and knowledge of a range of acting techniques to fulfill classical and contemporary material needs;
  • Deep knowledge of musical theater and dramatic play classical and contemporary repertoire; ability to teach audition technique for both acting and musical theater;
  • Strong knowledge of and experience with the college and university BFA audition processes and the ability to prepare students for its rigor....


Posted 1.9.24:  Vice President for Research & Innovation, University of Guelph (Ontario, Canada)

... Candidates for Vice-President, Research and Innovation will be accomplished scholars,

exemplary leaders, and collaborative teambuilders with proven records of having supported a thriving research enterprise in a complex research environment. With an open, transparent, respectful, team-focused, and collegial approach to leadership, communication, and interpersonal relationships, the new VPRI will champion equity, diversity, and inclusion, and empower the Office of Research to support its people, partnerships, and community. Able to develop and promote multidisciplinary and transdisciplinary research initiatives, the new VPRI will excel in obtaining internal and external support for research, connecting and translating research impacts to the community, and engaging with a variety of internal and external stakeholders and partners. The new VPRI will be an innovative problem solver with a sophisticated understanding of the relationships among research, knowledge translation and mobilization, innovation, and commercialization....

All qualified applicants are encouraged to apply; however, Canadians and permanent residents will be given priority....


Posted 1.5.24: Multiple Leadership & Faculty Openings, Rochester Institute of Technology (NY)

• Associate Dean for Academic Affairs

The College of Health Sciences and Technology (CHST) at the Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT) invites applications and nominations for the full-time, 12-month, tenure-track or tenured position of the Associate Dean for Academic Affairs and an academic rank commensurate with experience in teaching and scholarship at the Associate Professor or Professor level. The Associate Dean for Academic Affairs will report to the Dean and provide college-level leadership, management and oversight of all academic affairs of the College. The service term is three-years and renewable based on the performance and the growth of the College....

• Assistant Professor of Spanish, Rocherster Institute of Technology

The Department of Modern Languages and Cultures at the Rochester Institute of Technology invites applications for a tenure-track position as Assistant Professor of Spanish starting in August 2024. A Ph.D. (in hand by August 2024) in Spanish or a closely related field is required. Candidates are expected to have native or near-native proficiency in both Spanish and English.

• Assistant Professor/Modern Languages & Culture

The Department of Modern Languages and Cultures at the Rochester Institute of Technology invites applications for a tenure-track position as Assistant Professor of Japanese starting in August 2024. A Ph.D. (in hand by August 2024) in Japanese Language, Linguistics, or a related field is required. We are looking for candidates with expertise in all areas of Japanese linguistics. Candidates are expected to have native or near-native proficiency in both Japanese and English.

• Lecturer/School of Communication

RIT’s Visual Culture Program in the School of Communication invites applications for a Lecturer position teaching Visual Culture, beginning in August 2024.

• Lecturer/ Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies

The Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies (WGSS) Program at Rochester Institute of Technology seeks a lecturer with an open specialization in the field, to begin August 2024. Situated within a vibrant technological university with a strong commitment to liberal and fine arts, in a dynamic city with a rich history of feminist and civil rights activism, the WGSS program offers interdisciplinary courses that explore and question the intersections of gender, sexuality, culture, ethnicity, social class and race.

• Associate Professor/ Imaging Science

The Chester F. Carlson Center for Imaging Science (CIS) at the Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT) invites candidates to apply for a tenure-track position in Imaging Science.

• Assistant Professor/Philosophy

The Department of Philosophy at Rochester Institute of Technology seeks to appoint a tenure-track Assistant Professor starting in August 2024.  Candidates should have expertise in the following areas: AOS: Philosophy of Artificial Intelligence and/or Philosophy of Cognitive Science and AOC: Open, but the Department has particular interest in Neuroethics, Professional Ethics, Philosophy of Disability, or Aesthetics.


Posted 1.5.24:  Lecturer – Technical Theatre, School of Music & Theatre Program, Tennessee Tech University

Full-time... to begin August 1, 2024.

Essential Functions: The successful candidate will serve as Production Manager/Technical Director for the Tennessee Tech Theatre program and oversee the technical aspects of the department’s three annual theatrical productions. This faculty member should be qualified to teach Introduction to Theatre, Stage/Light Design, and Stagecraft. Other areas of teaching may be assigned based on the candidate’s interest and experience. This position includes course release for overseeing the technical aspects of annual productions.

Minimum Qualifications: Earned MFA, with a specialization in technical theatre, by the time of appointment. Successful college-level teaching experience. The candidate must have capability in scenic and lighting design and be able to work effectively with students, faculty, and university personnel. Experience in production management and set construction. The candidate must also have the knowledge and desire to teach Introduction to Theatre.

Preferred Qualifications: Professional theatre experience is preferred and experience with Vectorworks, costuming and/or makeup, is desirable. Candidate should have experience in set design, light design, construction, and production management....


Posted 1.3.24Program Associate-National, Facing History and Ourselves (Southeast US location)

Facing History and 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....

The Program Associate-National will collaborate with members of the organization’s program staff in planning professional learning opportunities in multiple states. For the 2023-24 school year, this person will provide in person and virtual professional learning for schools and districts in the southeast as part of the New Communities Project, which focuses on on schools and districts in 12 southern states: Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Texas, and Virginia; however, the regional portfolio is subject to change based on organizational need....

Essential Skills/Qualities:
BA/BS; MA preferred.

Demonstrates effective communication and facilitation skills.
Minimum 5 years of secondary classroom (grades 7-12) teaching experience required.
Minimum 3 years of experience leading professional development and/or adult coaching in educational settings...


Posted 1.3.24:  Chief Development Officer, Levine Museum of the New South (NC)

... The Chief Development Officer (CDO) is responsible for planning, implementing, overseeing, and assessing the LMNS’s fundraising plans in support of the organization’s strategic vision and growth. The CDO will effectively represent the organization’s philanthropy interests to all constituencies to establish and advance ambitious goals in support of LMNS’s operations and endowment. Reporting to the CEO and serving as a strategic thought partner and member of the senior leadership team, the CDO will lead LMNS’s annual fund, major gift, membership, planned, corporate, and foundation giving, events, and government relations, including the development of a capital campaign....

Strategic Leadership 
Lead, oversee, and integrate a fundraising plan, with goals, objectives, timelines, and assignment of responsibilities to achieve and support initiatives within the museum’s strategic plan. 

Serve as a strategic and innovative thought partner and member of the leadership team to secure necessary funding for exhibitions, programs, and experiences, that are vital to community engagement and the national and international reputation of the museum. 

Cultivate and maintain strong partnerships with the board, major donors, foundations, public agencies, and corporate funders to grow substantial contributed revenue opportunities.... 


Posted 12.23.23:  Executive Director, The New York Charter Schools Association 

The New York Charter Schools Association (NYCSA) is a nonprofit membership organization that serves as a unified voice for New York’s over 300 public charter schools and 150,000 public charter school students, representing their interests at the state and local levels....

The ideal candidate brings relevant senior leadership from the charter sector or in advocacy, and ideally with experience leading an education-focused nonprofit of similar or greater size. NYCSA is looking for an equity-centered and accomplished leader, with demonstrated commitment to improving student outcomes and opportunities through their work in schools, or in support of schools and especially public charters. This leader will also bring a learner’s mindset, positive attitude, and people-first approach to the team and work....

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Posted 12.23.23: Full-time Instructor of English, Elgin Community College (IL)

Elgin Community College serves over 9,000 students at every stage of their educational journeys, including university transfer programs, career and technical education, continuing education classes, and adult basic education....

Required Knowledge, Skills & Abilities: A master's degree in the discipline or in a related discipline with at least 18 graduate hours in the discipline 
Desired Knowledge, Skills & Abilities:
  • At least two years of experience teaching in a higher education environment, preferably at the community college level.
  • Experience and enthusiasm for teaching developmental reading and writing, in particular co-requisite and integrated reading/writing course models.
  • Evidence of teaching effectiveness, including the ability to thoughtfully respond to the academic needs of learners from diverse backgrounds, identities, and experiences....
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Posted 12.23.23: Multiple Openings, The Walnut School for the Arts (MA)

  • Community Theater Academy Assistant--Part Time
    Walnut Hill School for the Arts’ Community Theater Academy (CTA) is seeking enthusiastic individuals interested in theater arts, early education, youth services, etc. to start in January 2024. Experience in musical theater is a plus. Candidates should have comfort working with kids ages 3-12 as well as talking with parents during arrivals and dismissals....

  • Photography Instructor (Full-Time)
    Walnut Hill School for the Arts seeks a full-time photography teacher to join the Visual Art (VA) and Writing, Film & Media Arts (WFMA) departments, teaching digital and darkroom photography and managing the photo lab spaces for the 2024-2025 academic year beginning in mid-August. This is a full-time 10-month position reporting to both the Head of Visual Arts and Writing, Film & Media Arts. ...

  • Introduction to Darkroom Instructor (Part-Time)
    - Teach 12-14 students Intro to Darkroom one afternoon per week for three hours (Wednesdays or Thursdays preferred);
    - Instruct students in foundational camera skills, how to develop film, and production of contact sheets and prints in the darkroom.... 


Posted 12.21.23:  Multiple PositionsAssistant or Associate Professor, Multilingual Education / Dual Language, Western Washington University

About the Position
Woodring College of Education invites individuals with dual language / multilingual education experience and a demonstrated commitment to social justice to apply for tenure-track appointment as an Assistant or Associate Professor in the Multilingual Education (MLE) Program. We are seeking 3 MLE tenure track faculty members with complementary expertise to join with experienced MLE faculty and school partners across locations to collaboratively expand our dual language residency programs supporting paraeducators to become teachers. These are unique faculty positions for teacher-scholars who have the ability and desire to partner with schools to develop teachers who come from the communities in which they will teach. This collaboration between the university and schools is intended to simultaneously enhance the quality of education for multilingual learners while also developing multilingual teachers. We are seeking applicants with varied expertise in multilingual education to work collaboratively with diverse stakeholders in culturally and linguistically diverse communities and schools. We strongly encourage applications from members of groups who have been, and still are underrepresented in university faculty positions. All 3 positions are for nine-month appointment, and anticipated to begin Fall 2024, with possible opportunities for summer employment. Candidates hired into the associate professor rank (pre-tenure) may have an expedited timeline to tenure....

Two of the positions will be based in South King County (Renton, WA), in one of the most linguistically diverse regions in the country. This site currently houses two residency programs; a nationally recognized Bachelor of Arts in Education, which prepares future elementary teachers to work in dual language and multilingual settings, and a Masters in Teaching (MIT), which combines content-area and bilingual education licensure for future secondary teachers. In 2024, we will be collaborating with the Educational Leadership and Inclusive Teaching (ELIT) Department to introduce a new BAE in Bilingual Special Education. Candidates in these programs work in one of our six partner districts during the day, typically in paraeducator positions, and take courses during evenings, Saturdays, and in hybrid formats. For the third position, we will be hiring the first of three Tenure line positions for a new Bilingual Elementary Education residency program based in Snohomish County, Washington (Cohort 1 to begin in Summer 2025).  The location of this new program is still being finalized (possibly Everett, WA or another location along the I-5 corridor in Snohomish County)....

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Posted  12.21.23:  Dean of Faculty, The Hotchkiss School (CT)

... The Hotchkiss School is a highly selective, independent boarding school located in Lakeville, Connecticut. Founded in 1891, the School provides an education of academic distinction to 599 students in grades 9 through 12, and to a small number of postgraduates....

The Dean of Faculty is an experienced educator and leader who will work in partnership with the Associate Head of School to recruit and retain an outstanding and diverse faculty that will thrive in a school environment characterized by rigorous academic standards and rewarding residential and co-curricular experiences....

The ideal candidate for the next Dean of Faculty will have a comprehensive understanding of teaching and learning and a demonstrated willingness to explore and embrace new pedagogical practices, technologies, and developing trends. This position requires an educator with a sense of humor, high emotional intelligence, a collaborative leadership style, and a deep commitment to supporting the School’s diversity, equity, and inclusion efforts....

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Posted 12.21.23:  Associate Vice President: Equity, Diversity and Inclusion,  Wilfrid Laurier University  (Ontario, Canada)

... As the foremost EDI leader at Laurier, the AVP: EDI will be a strategic and patient leader, champion and advocate at Laurier for equity, diversity, social justice, disability justice, anti-racism, human rights and inclusion initiatives. Reporting to the Provost & Vice-President Academic, and as a member of the President and Vice-Chancellor’s cabinet of senior executives, the AVP: EDI will advance Laurier's EDI objectives, which encompass fostering a culture of cultural proficiency and safety for faculty, staff, students, and the wider community. Among other areas of focus, the AVP: EDI will further advance the needs of equity-deserving communities while fortifying both internal and community partnerships aimed at fostering a more inclusive and equitable environment. Finally, of note, there is an important relationship between the Associate Vice-President: Indigenous Initiatives and the AVP: EDI at the university; the leaders work closely in pursuit of similar aspirational goals across Laurier’s campuses. ...

While all candidates are encouraged to apply and, in so doing, share how they see themselves adding value to the Laurier environment, the following credentials and/or experiences are seen as possible markers of the candidates most likely to realize success in the role: A) proven experience as an organizational and/or community leader who has made significant contributions to the area of EDI; B) a track record of making significant contributions (whether academic and/or
community-based) to EDI-related knowledge and practice; C) experience championing large scale-initiatives, setting and implementing strategy, and change management; and, D) a scholarly background that will enable the successful candidate to join the faculty or librarian complements of one of Laurier’s Faculties or Library....

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Posted 12.16.23:  Two Leadership Positions,  Future Forward CT

For both positions: 
Location: Greater Hartford, Greater New Haven, and/or Greater Bridgeport, CT
Start Date: Winter 2024
Applications Due: The priority application deadline is January 16, 2024. After this date we do not guarantee review of submissions.

• Director of Student Success
... As the Director of Student Success with Future Forward CT, you will be part of a small, innovative, and entrepreneurial team focused on guiding students through a unique college process so that they can earn their degree and achieve their goals without significant financial burden. The primary functions of this role include coaching students through degree program projects and providing holistic support and access to community-based resources and support as needed. In this role you will work with a wide range of students providing them with a personalized, 1:1 support to complete their college degree as quickly and affordably as possible. As we build out our coaching staff, this role will also be responsible for coaching and leading our academic and career efforts to support our students in earning their degrees and advancing in their careers–work that will include managing a small team of coaches, spearheading our career services buildout, and collaborating with the Executive Director (ED) on big picture strategy for the organization....

• Enrollment Manager
... As an Enrollment Manager with Future Forward CT, you will have the chance to be a part of a small, innovative, and entrepreneurial team focused on guiding students through a unique college process so that they can earn their degree and achieve their goals without significant financial burden. The primary function of this role involves leading students through various stages of the enrollment process, providing them with the proactive, personalized, and targeted supports that allow for a smooth and positive enrollment experience from term to term. Enrollment managers are expected to closely track notes on enrollment steps and financial aid data. This allows the Future Forward CT team to assess the progress of each student and overall progress toward meeting term enrollment goals. Enrollment managers are ambassadors of the program who excel at moving students through the stages of enrollment on a weekly basis using their knowledge, experience, and creative problem solving....


Posted 12.16.23:  Multiple Openings, The Archer School for Girls (CA)

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

  1. Middle School Integrated Science Long-term Substitute Teacher
  2. Upper School Varsity Soccer Assistant Coach


Posted 12.16.23:   Dean, Watson College of Education, University of North Carolina–Wilmington

The Watson College of Education seeks an innovative, strategic, visionary leader to serve as the chief academic officer responsible for overseeing all programs and services housed within the college. 

Candidates for consideration must possess: 

  • A terminal degree in an academic discipline from an accredited institution and a record of distinguished accomplishments consistent with an appointment as a tenured full professor; 
  • A minimum of five years of progressively responsible experience in senior leadership; 
  • A track record of success as an academic administrator in a complex college or similar organization; 
  • A record of strong leadership that includes the successful implementation of complex initiatives, personnel management, and experience with budget management as well as fundraising. 

The successful candidate will also possess many, if not all, of the following professional qualifications and personal attributes: 

  • A record of academic accomplishments consistent with an appointment as a tenured full professor within the WCE; 
  • An astute understanding of finances and the relationship between academic priorities and the budget; 
  • A record of contributing to successful enrollment management reflecting best practice approaches; 
  • Experience with the pre-K-12 education system that informs an understanding of the opportunities and challenges in this environment...
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Posted 12.9.23:  Match Associate Teacher 2023-2025, Match Charter Public School (MA)

Match Charter Public School is a free, high-performing charter public school in Boston. We are a PreK-12 school serving 1,250 students. Our mission is to prepare students for success in college and careers in order to achieve economic security and mobility. Students gain acceptance to our schools via an annual blind public lottery open to all Boston residents....

Match Associate Teachers (MATs) are placed on grade-level (K-5) or subject level (6-12), or Special Education teams, at Match Public Charter School for an intensive year-long apprenticeship. Throughout the year, our Associate Teachers are coached and mentored by expert teachers and leaders at Match and slowly assume more classroom responsibilities. MATs receive highly practical, hands-on training in effectively designing and implementing rigorous instruction, and in building classroom cultures consistent with achievement, purposefulness and joy. 

A Bachelor's degree required;
   • A demonstrated commitment to improving education outcomes for the communities that Match serves;     
   • An unwavering commitment to and belief in the mission of Match Education, including Match’s values and educational model...

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Posted 12.8.23:  Director of Strategic Communications, Berkeley Carroll School (NY)

Berkeley Carroll is a vibrant, independent, coeducational day school serving almost 1,000 students in Prekindergarten through 12th grade. Centrally located in Park Slope, Brooklyn, Berkeley Carroll brings together students from 60 zip codes throughout New York City and New Jersey....

The Director of Strategic Communications will report to Head of School, and leads all aspects of internal and external communications to develop and sustain an integrated marketing and communications plan. The Director oversees a three-person Communications Office that is responsible for the stories that the School tells about its mission, values, and priorities and the ways that they manifest in the student experience. Well versed and practiced in diversity, equity, and inclusion, the Director will build and fortify connections to and relationships within a diverse and vibrant school community. A bachelor’s degree is required; an advanced degree is strongly preferred....

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Posted 12.8.23: Program Associate, Summer Search Boaton (MA)

Since 1990, Summer Search has partnered with young people during their transition from adolescence into adulthood by connecting them to expansive opportunities, professional mentoring, and a community of support. Summer Searchers recognize their potential and build a toolkit to navigate and challenge systemic barriers, break new ground for their families and communities, and achieve economic equity and a life of purpose. 


Summer Search Boston is seeking a Program Associate to manage a caseload of approximately 44 high school students, building long-term relationships and providing regular mentoring through a combination of groups and individual conversations from sophomore year through senior year of high school. Joining a supportive program team that currently serves over approximately 300 high school students, this hire will have the opportunity to practice Summer Search’s unique approach to mentoring, prepare students for two challenging summer experiences,  and join a team that is committed to learning, social and racial equity, and the students we serve....


Program Associates exemplify curiosity, empathy, teamwork, flexibility, critical consciousness, and a commitment to learning. Specifically, strong candidates will bring: Required experience/ knowledge here. 

  • EXPERIENCE: At least 2 years of professional experience working with student populations served by Summer Search (e.g. low-income families, students of color, LGBTQIA+, English Language Learners, and diverse religious, cultural and ethnic backgrounds). Group facilitation experience strongly desired. Academic or applied knowledge of adolescent development and/or training in restorative/transformative justice work is a plus. 
  • DEPTH MENTORING: You understand and create an environment where all people feel safe enough to explore, discuss, question, and reflect on past, current, or future experiences in one-on-one or large group discussions. ...
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Posted 12.5.23:  Multiple Openings, College of Art & Design,  Rochester Institute of Technology (NY)

The School of Photographic Arts and Sciences invites applicants to apply for a Non-Tenure Track Visiting Assistant Professor position as part of the McGhee Endowment in the School of Photographic Arts and Sciences.  This is a 9-month appointment with a contract length of three years with the option to renew for up to a total of five years.

Applications are invited for a Lecturer position starting in August 2024. College student teaching experience would be advantageous. The IGM Lecturer will contribute to the academic mission of the School of Interactive Games and Media (IGM) and will be responsible for course preparation, formal classroom and lab teaching, and new lecture and lab course development.

The School of Design in the College of Art and Design at the Rochester Institute of Technology invites individuals to apply for a tenure-track teaching position in the School of Design. We are seeking candidates with an expertise in motion design who are well-rounded visual designers with an interest or experience in generative AI. Ideal candidates will possess the ability to provide leadership and vision in integrating motion design into the Graphic Design (BFA), New Media Design (BFA) and Visual Communication Design (MFA) curricula.

The School of Film and Animation (SOFA) in the College of Art and Design at Rochester Institute of Technology is accepting applications for a non-tenure track Lecturer position in film production to teach undergraduate courses. The successful applicant will have expertise in all aspects of foundational film production, beginner and intermediate documentary production, plus at least two of the following: documentary film studies, business and careers in film, producing, and editing.

The School of Film and Animation (SOFA) in the College of Art and Design at Rochester Institute of Technology is accepting applications for a non-tenure track Lecturer position in film production to teach undergraduate courses. The successful applicant will have expertise in all aspects of foundational film production, directing the actor, plus at least two of the following: fiction film production, experimental film production, film studies, business and careers in film, producing, and editing.

The School of Design in the College of Art and Design at the Rochester Institute of Technology invites applicants to apply for two (2) Lecturer positions to teach in the 3D Digital Design program. The School of Design offers a BFA in 3D Digital Design. The program enrolls approximately 140 students. A combination of full-time and adjunct faculty contribute a range of professional interests and expertise in a studio setting.

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