CAREERS

 

Leading Educators is growing! The following roles will shape the ongoing development of our program, services and infrastructure
– all in support of our ultimate goal: providing high quality professional development experiences for teacher-leaders and public school communities across the nation.

 

Leading Educators is committed to a policy of equal treatment and opportunity in every aspect of its relations with its applicants, fellows, and staff members, without regard to race, color, ethnicity, religion, gender, sexual orientation, national origin, disability, age, marital status, military status, pregnancy, or parenthood.

 

Current Openings

 

National Team

 

Currently, there are no open positions for National Team. Please check back monthly, for any change in status.

 

Greater New Orleans and Baton Rouge

 

Currently, there are no open positions in this region. Please check back monthly, for any change in status.

 

Greater Kansas City

 

Regional Executive Director - Kansas City
The Regional Executive Director is responsible for day-to-day leadership for a Fellowship region in order to ensure programmatic offerings achieve their objectives.

The Executive Director will manage the regional team, its deliverables, and its overall success. The Executive Director will create and execute formal contracts with multiple partner districts and organizations.

Joining an ambitious organization at a critical growth stage in its national expansion, the Executive Director will shape systems, cultivate a dynamic and dedicated team, and build a foundation for sustainable programmatic and fiscal growth in a new geographic region.

For more information about this role and how to apply, download the full job description.

 

Memphis

 

Regional Executive Director - Memphis, TN
The Regional Executive Director is responsible for day-to-day leadership for a Fellowship region in order to ensure programmatic offerings achieve their objectives.

The Executive Director will manage the regional team, its deliverables, and its overall success. The Executive Director will create and execute formal contracts with multiple partner districts and organizations.

Joining an ambitious organization at a critical growth stage in its national expansion, the Executive Director will shape systems, cultivate a dynamic and dedicated team, and build a foundation for sustainable programmatic and fiscal growth in a new geographic region.

For more information about this role and how to apply, download the full job description.

 

Program Director - Memphis, TN
The Program Director provides essential leadership in managing the Leadership Coaches, building strong relationships with school and district partners, and guiding the fellowship program development, delivery, and evaluation in the region. In addition, the Program Director is responsible for directly coaching a cadre of teacher Fellows. The position reports to the regional Executive Director

For more information about this role and how to apply, download the full job description.

 

Program Experience Manager - Memphis, TN
The Program Experience Manager is the interface between the Leading Educators team and the Fellows. In conjunction with other members of the regional team, the Program Experience Manager is responsible for the development of Fellows working in high-need schools. The Program Experience Manager builds and sustains positive, productive professional relationships with Fellows by ensuring frequent communication from program staff and providing logistical support to all program events to enhance their overall two-year experience. Further, the Program Experience Manager will support the Region’s growth by coordinating Fellow recruitment efforts throughout the region and will provide direct support to the Executive Director. The position reports to the regional Executive Director

For more information about this role and how to apply, download the full job description.

 

Leadership Coach, Part-time - Memphis, TN
The Leadership Coach undertakes direct coaching of participants in the Leading Educators Fellowship, relationship development, and continued program development. The role reports to the Regional Program Director.

Although the total number of hours per week and per month is flexible, the Coach will be expected to work approximately 100 hours per month, depending on the weekly coaching demand and scheduled program events. The Coach will be expected to participate in program events that occur outside of the normal Monday through Friday work schedule. The Coach’s schedule may shift accordingly to maintain an average of agreed upon hours per month throughout the year.

For more information about this role and how to apply, download the full job description.

 

Washington, D.C.

 

Currently, there are no open positions in this region. Please check back monthly, for any change in status.

 

 

Regional

 

Currently, there are no open positions for Regional/Flexible location. Please check back monthly, for any change in status.

 

 

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