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Careers

NEA is a great place to work!

The National Education Association (NEA), the nation's largest labor union, is committed to advancing the cause of public education. NEA's 3 million members work at every level of education—from pre-school to university graduate programs. NEA has affiliate organizations in every state and in more than 14,000 communities across the United States.

As an employee, you will enjoy a highly competitive salary and comprehensive benefits package designed to take care of the whole you and to keep you and your family healthy – financially, physically, and emotionally.  

To see current vacancies and apply for a position, visit the NEA Career Portal.

Take a look at vacancies in our state affiliates below.

Alabama

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JOB TITLE: EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR 

Location: Montgomery, Alabama
Salary: The AEA is prepared to offer a competitive salary and benefits package commensurate with experience, skills and demonstrated abilities.
Closing Date: August 30, 2020 

Application Position:  

To be considered for this position, please provide the following:

A current resume reflecting qualifications for this position
A Letter of Application which specifically addresses how accomplishments in your career have prepared you to meet the challenges and opportunities presented in this position.
All materials must be sent electronically to the following:

NEA Human Resources:  HREXECUTIVERECRUIT@nea.org

 

For all questions regarding this search, including confidential inquiries, please contact: Glen M. Taylor via email: gtaylor@nea.org.

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Alaska

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Arizona

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Arkansas

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California

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There are no vacancies at this time.

Colorado

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Connecticut

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Delaware

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Federal

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JOB TITLE: DEPUTY EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR/DEPUTY GENERAL COUNSEL

Location: District of Columbia
Salary: Starts at $100,000 and may go up to $120,000 depending on experience and qualifications.  Moving expenses will NOT be provided. 
Closing Date:  Open Until Filled

Application Procedure: Please send a letter of interest for this position, a resume, citations to or copies of two arbitration decisions in which the applicant was the lead attorney, and two recent writing samples to FEA ULSP Coordinator Patricia Weil at FEALegal@nea.org or by regular mail to:

Ms. Patricia Weil

ULSP Coordinator

Federal Education Association

1201 16th St., N.W., Suite 117

Washington D.C. 20036

 

All applications must be postmarked/emailed by the close of business on September 4, 2020.

 

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JOB TITLE: MEMBER COMMUNICATIONS AND DEVELOPMENT SPECIALIST

Location: District of Columbia
Salary: $49,588 - $56,518 (depending upon experience and qualifications)
Closing Date:  September 4, 2020

Application Procedure: Submit cover letter, resume, and two recent writing samples to ghritz@nea.org or submit via mail:

Federal Education Association

Attn: Gary Hritz

1201 16th St., N.W., Suite 117

Washington D.C. 20036

 

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Florida

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JOB TITLE: MEMBER BENEFITS SPECIALIST

Location: Remote Office

Closing Date: Candidates that apply on or before September 7, 2020 will receive preferential treatment. 

Application Procedure: Interested candidates should submit a cover letter and resume via email
to feahr@floridaea.org

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JOB TITLE: REGIONAL SPECIALIST

Location: Palm Beach County and surrounding area - extensive travel required.

Closing Date: Candidates that apply on or before September 4, 2020 will receive preferential treatment.

Application Procedure: Interested candidates should submit a cover letter and resume via email to
feahr@floridaea.org.

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JOB TITLE: ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT, PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT  

Location: Central Florida (remote office) - statewide travel required

Closing Date: Candidates that apply on or before September 2, 2020 will receive preferential treatment.

Application Procedure: Interested candidates should submit a cover letter and resume via email to
feahr@floridaea.org.

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JOB TITLE: GRASSROOTS/POLITICAL ORGANIZER

Location: Tallahassee, Florida (travel required)
Salary: The salary for this position is determined by the negotiated agreement between the Florida Education Association and the Florida Staff Organization based on credited experience. FEA provides medical, dental, vision, life, and long-term-disability insurance to its employees with no employee premiums. Additionally, FEA provides employer-paid retirement options, vacation leave, sick leave, and paid holidays.
 Closing Date:  September 14, 2020

Application Procedure: Interested candidates should submit a cover letter, resume, and writing sample via email to feahr@floridaea.org. Candidates will be reviewed on a rolling basis. Candidates that apply on or before September 14, 2020 will receive preferential treatment.

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ORANGE COUNTY CLASSROOM TEACHERS

JOB TITLE: FIELD REPRESENTATIVE

Location: Orlando, Florida
Salary: Salary $65,000, medical, dental, life insurance and retirement benefits. Generous leave and holidays.
 Closing Date:  Open Until Filled

Application Procedure: Send resume to Brittany Dumonjic at: brittany.macey@floridaea.org

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UNITED FACULTY OF FLORIDA (UFF)

JOB TITLE: EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR

Location: Office in Tallahassee, Florida (extensive statewide travel required)
Salary: Salary will be based on relevant experience and qualifications. FEA provides medical, dental, vision, life, and long-term-disability insurance to its employees and eligible family members with no monthly employee premiums. Additionally, FEA provides retirement options, vacation leave, sick leave, and paid holidays.
Closing Date:  Open Until Filled

Application Procedure:  Interested candidates should submit a cover letter and resume via email to feahr@floridaea.org. Candidates will be reviewed on a rolling basis. Candidates that apply on or before October 30, 2020 will receive preferential treatment.

 

See attachment at the bottom of this careers page for more detailed information

 

Georgia

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Hawaii

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Idaho

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JOB TITLE: ORGANIZING AND FIELD SERVICES DIRECTOR 

Location: Idaho
Salary: Commensurate with experience
Closing Date: Open Until Filled

Application Procedure:  Submit cover letter and resume to jobs@idahoea.org with "Organizing and Field Services Director" in the title of the email. 

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JOB TITLE: REGION DIRECTOR

Location: Coeur d'Alene, Idaho
Salary: Salary and benefits highly competitive and in accordance with the 2018-2019 IEA/IEASO Master Contract - $66,314 to $104,653.
Closing Date:  Open Until Filled

Application Procedure: Submit resume and cover letter to:

Mail:

Attn: IEA Region Director Position
Idaho Education Association Headquarters Office
620 N. 6th Street
Boise, ID 83701-2638

Or Email: jobs@idahoea.org

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JOB TITLE: REGION DIRECTOR

Location: Pocatello, Idaho
Salary: Salary and benefits highly competitive and in accordance with the 2018-2019 IEA/IEASO Master Contract.
Closing Date:  Open Until Filled

Application Procedure: Submit resume and cover letter to:: 

Mail:

Attn: IEA Region Director Position
Idaho Education Association Headquarters
620 N. 6th Street
Boise, ID 83701-2638
jobs@idahoea.org

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Illinois

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Indiana

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Iowa

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Kansas

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Kentucky

See job opportunities with the Kentucky Education Association.

JOB TITLE: UNISERV DIRECTOR

Location: Eastern Kentucky (Prestonsburg/Hazard)
Salary: Salary and benefits are determined by the contract negotiated between the KEA Board of Directors and KEA Staff Organization
Closing Date: Open Until Filled

 

Application Procedure:  This job posting is for one open position and posted internally.  If you are interested in applying for an internal transfer to this position please respond to tRicoh.Mullins@kea.org.

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Louisiana

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JOB TITLE: UNISERV DIRECTOR

Location: Louisiana
Salary: Negotiated contract between LASSO and LAE
Closing Date: August 17, 2020

Application Procedure:  To apply for the LAE Region 1 UniServ Director position, submit a cover letter and resume to Dr. Craig Carter at
ccarter@lae.org with “UniServ Director Region 1” in the title of the email. Deadline to apply is Monday, August
17, 2020 by 5:00 PM CT.

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JOB TITLE: EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR

Location: Louisiana
Salary: LAE is prepared to offer a generous and competitive salary and benefits package consistent with experience, skills and demonstrated abilities.
Closing Date: August 28, 2020

Application Procedure:  To be considered for this position, please provide the following:

  • A current resume reflecting qualifications for this position
  • A Letter of Application which specifically addresses how accomplishments in your career have prepared you to meet the challenges and opportunities presented in this position

All materials must be sent electronically to the following: 

Margolies and Potterton, Union Search, LLC. 

LOUISIANA ASSOCIATION OF EDUCATORS Search Consultants

JPotterton@sbcglobal.net and Debra4654@gmail.com

 

For all questions regarding this search, including confidential inquiries, please contact:

 

Debra Schwoch-Swoboda (East Coast)

Debra4654@gmail.com

(414) 217-5160 (Eastern time zone)

 

Jim Potterton

JPotterton@sbcglobal.net

(831) 332-9314 (Pacific time zone)

 

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Maine

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JOB TITLE: EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR

Maine Education Association

OPPORTUNITY:

The Maine Education Association (MEA) seeks an energetic, highly motivational, collaborative and influential leader for the position of Executive Director. The Executive Director will work in partnership with the Association's governance and staff to provide operational leadership for MEA to fulfill their vision of “great public schools for every Maine student.”  The successful candidate for this position must possess the commitment, vision, integrity, skills, and experience to assist and guide MEA in the pursuit of its mission: “to advocate for education professionals and to unite our members and the people of Maine to fulfill the promise of public education to prepare every student to succeed.”

BACKGROUND:

The Maine Education Association is an affiliate of the National Education Association.  First established in 1859 as the Maine Teachers Association, the MEA represents nearly 24,000 public school educators in 278 locals.  The MEA President is the only full-time release officer; the Vice President, the Treasurer, and the NEA Director are in the classroom full time.  The Board of Directors consists of 13 educators representing the various geographic regions of the state, two directors representing state university and community college faculty and staff along with Maine Public Broadcasting staff, one director representing education support professionals statewide, and one director representing the MEA-Retired Association.  The MEA Representative Assembly meets annually and is the highest governing body of the Association.

The MEA employs 41 staff in various positions:  managers, program directors, UniServ directors, assistants and information technology.  MEA headquarters is located in Augusta; there are four additional field offices in South Portland, Auburn, Bangor and Caribou.

POSITION OVERVIEW

The Executive Director is the Association’s chief administrative officer and management agent who leads a staff in coordination with the MEA President to ensure implementation of the full scope of policies, procedures, and programs approved and adopted by the MEA Board of Directors.  In collaboration with the

President and Officers, the Executive Director develops and manages an annual organizational budget and is accountable to the Board for the long term financial and fiscal health and sustainability of the Association. 

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Institutional Leadership – exercise inclusive and decisive leadership to advance the mission and vision of MEA in accordance with state and federal laws and regulations.
  • Long Range Planning – maintain focus on the strategic goals and priorities established by systematic and strategic planning processes.
  • Organizational Effectiveness and Accountability – implement the policies, services and programs of the MEA and drive for continuous improvement utilizing data and measurement to ensure effectiveness and efficiency of MEA program and services.
  • Public Education Advocacy – champion public education in Maine, including building collaborative relationships between MEA and external stakeholders in order to shape the highest professional standards for education policy.
  • Staff Relations – serve as chief of staff and provide leadership for staff commitment to Association policy; assign staff resources to programs and projects as necessary; coordinate, direct and evaluate the work of MEA employees, delegating supervision to other management employees as appropriate; support high standards for work on behalf of MEA members; and build effective relationships with management and staff unions.
  • Corporate Management – advise and facilitate the development of the MEA budget in conjunction with the President and the Strategic Budget Committee, which is designed to achieve the MEA’s Strategic Priorities; oversee compliance with legal and regulatory requirements; evaluate and manage risk; and ensure the proper management of all property owned and leased by the Association. Safeguard the financial status of the MEA; maintain and review all MEA corporate records; prepare the Annual Implementation Report to the MEA Representative Assembly.

ORGANIZATIONAL OPPORTUNITIES AND CHALLENGES:

The Maine Education Association is at an exciting point in its history as it expands its recognition as the preeminent advocate for, and champion of, public education in Maine.   Within a broad mandate to lead in this transformation, the Executive Director must face and embrace several interrelated challenges and opportunities:   

  • Providing visionary leadership that demonstrates the relevance, power and value of union membership to address diverse member needs.
  • Increasing clarity about how local, state and national politics impact public education. 
  • Maintaining awareness of current issues and challenges in public education such as the increasing global implications of education reform, privatization efforts and the necessity of adequate funding for Maine’s public schools. 
  • Encouraging greater political action in a predominantly conservative political environment. 
  • Continuing to strengthen external relationships to influence legislation that results in pro-public education policies and proper implementation.  
  • Supporting and helping prioritize the needs of educators and students as they face the challenges of COVID-19.
  • Promoting social and racial justice issues that impact students and educators, and ensuring that all educators and students have the tools and supports in place to be successful.
  • Building member capacity and engaging them as empowered activists to grow and strengthen the union in support of their professional interests.
  • Ensuring that the necessary resources are available so that MEA members are capable of claiming their place at the table and supported in defining true partnerships with school, district, and state leaders.
  • Capitalizing and strengthening the MEA brand by building partnerships with external organizations who support the MEA’s mission and values.
  • Supporting member involvement in Campaign 2020 initiatives.
  • Prioritizing diversity and developing strategies or targeted campaign to attract new talent to the education profession.
  • Unifying and empowering members to develop strong and effective local affiliates, to provide resources and leadership for professional growth, and to advocate for public education and public education employee.

REQUIRED Competencies:                          

To be considered for this position, the applicant must be prepared to share and validate a record of personal achievements in the following competency areas.

Strategic Planning and Execution. Documented successful experience in leading organizational wide efforts in planning, implementation, process improvements, innovation, building high performance work teams.  A specialized knowledge of best practice financial management.  A record of executive leadership in strategic planning that required significant organizational change, including experience utilizing reliable methods to ensure accountability and timeliness in the execution of strategic goals and objectives.  An ability to manage and direct multiple projects simultaneously with clear priorities and to easily articulate the connections between the big picture and specific action plans and timetable.

Leadership. A passionate public education advocate who understands the central role educators play in leading change in their profession. Proven record of senior organizational leadership marked by a passion for education. A visionary leader who has confidently engaged others to identify and work toward common goals. Capable and willing to voice respectful and effective dissent when and where appropriate.

Must possess a growth mindset, a collaborative workstyle and be able to communicate effectively with a broad range of internal and external partners. Must have the confidence to lead courageously and possess resilience in a rapidly changing environment.

Evidence of success in achieving desired outcomes when leading organizational innovation and change; a courageous leader who has shown organizational savvy and flexibility in confronting and adapting to challenging and changing political/organizational realities. Capable and willing to voice respectful and effective dissent when and where appropriate.

A knowledgeable leader who preferably has experience managing effectively in a unionized environment. An organizer with a solid grasp of the appropriate role that staff play in building member power. A proven ability to grow a membership base. An empathetic leader who has a demonstrated, successful record of attracting and motivating highly talented staff and is highly skilled at coaching and mentoring others. Has success in building and maintaining effective coalition partnerships.

Communication. An engaging and influential public speaker with strong oral and written communication skills.  Must be an active listener and effective communicator who has excelled in building successful internal/external relationships.  Must have an established record of fostering teamwork and consensus, effectively managing conflict, provoking creative problem-solving, necessary risk taking, and is inclusive of diverse individual and cultural perspectives.

EXPERIENCE AND EDUCATION:

  • A minimum of 3-5- years of middle or senior management experience in positions of increasing responsibility, in the field of education, labor/union advocacy, public policy, not-for-profit leadership or other related field.
  • Experience working in a member-based organization, reporting to and advising an elected board of directors.
  • Experience in public policy, labor advocacy, collective bargaining and social justice activism, especially as related to public education is desired.
  • Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited four-year college or university required. Master’s degree preferred.

COMPENSATION PACKAGE:

MEA is prepared to offer a generous and competitive salary and benefits package consistent with experience, skills and demonstrated abilities.

TO APPLY:

To be considered for this position please provide the following:

  • A current resume reflecting qualifications for this position.
  • A letter of application which specifically addresses how accomplishments in your career have prepared you to meet the challenges and opportunities presented in this position.

All materials must be sent electronically to the following:

Margolies and Potterton, MEA Search Consultants: kam47@cornell.edu

For all questions regarding this search including confidential inquiries please contact:

Ken Margolies

(845) 499-6636

APPLICATION DEADLINE: September 30, 2020

MEA is deeply committed to diversity and inclusion in its hiring practices. We are an affirmative action, equal opportunity employer.

Maryland

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JOB TITLE: ORGANIZATIONAL SPECIALIST - PROFESSIONAL LEARNING 

Location: Annapolis
Salary: Commensurate with experience.
Closing Date: Open Until Filled

Application Procedure:  All Correspondence Should Be Addressed To:

Maryland State Education Association       
C/O Jana Rosetto-Kennedy   
140 Main St.   
Annapolis, Maryland 21401
Fax: (410) 280-9070

Email: careers@mseanea.org

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JOB TITLE: ASSISTANT TO GOVERNANCE

Location: Annapolis
Salary: Commensurate with experience.
Closing Date: Open Until Filled

Application Procedure:  Please submit application, resume and cover letter to careers@mseanea.org Or Mail application, resume and cover letter to:

MSEA
c/o Careers
140 Main Street
Annapolis, MD 21401

Email: careers@mseanea.org

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Montgomery County Education Association

JOB TITLE: INTERNAL ORGANIZER/UNISERV DIRECTOR

Location: Rockville, MD
Salary: MCEA provides a comprehensive benefits package including medical, dental, vision and prescription drug coverage, retirement savings plan, and long-term disability insurance. Salaries and benefits are in accord with a collective bargaining agreement.
Closing Date:Open Until Filled

Application Procedure:  Interested candidates should send a resume and cover letter to:  Mary Neal, MCEA, 12 Taft Court, Rockville, MD 20850, or electronically to mneal@mceanea.org

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Massachusetts

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JOB TITLE: TRAINING AND PROFESSIONAL LEARNING (TPL) COORDINATOR  

Location: Quincy, Massachusetts
Salary: Commensurate with experience.
Closing Date: Open Until Filled

Application Procedure:  Click here to view detailed job infomration and apply. 

 

 

Michigan

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Minnesota

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Mississippi

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Missouri

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Montana

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Nebraska

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Nevada

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JOB TITLE: EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR

 

Announcement of opening for the position of

Executive Director -- Washoe Education Association

Reno, Nevada
 

The Washoe Education Association (WEA) is located in Reno, NV. The WEA is currently staffed with an Office Manager, a Uniserv Director, and an Executive Director. The WEA President is a full-time release president. The WEA is a “local option” affiliate of the National Education Association and the Nevada State Education Association, with approximately 2,500+ WEA members. Washoe County School District (WCSD) has 100+ schools and employs approximately 4,100 educators and approximately 8,000 employees . WEA has served as the bargaining unit for the certified educators in WCSD since 1965. For more information regarding the WEA, please visit our website at www.weatoday.org.

 

SUMMARY DESCRIPTION

 

The Executive Director is the Association’s chief administrative officer and leads a staff in coordination with WEA President to ensure implementation of the full scope of policies, procedures, and programs approved and adopted by the 10 member WEA Board of Directors.  In collaboration with the President and Board of Directors, the Executive Director develops and manages an annual organizational budget and is accountable to the Board of Directors for the long term financial and fiscal health and sustainability of the WEA.  The Executive Director also provides general supervision of property owned by the WEA.

 

The Executive Director is responsible for planning and executing strategic priorities that elevates the professional and economic status of educators (teachers, counselors, librarians, nurses, speech language pathologists, physical and occupational therapists), promotes public education, and increases WEA’s membership and influence through organizing and engaging members in all membership categories. The Executive Director also directly engages in and assists the Uniserv Director in various duties and responsibilities supporting and advocating for WEA members, including grievances, complaints, discipline hearings, conflict resolution, etc.

 

 

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

 

Leadership: A public education advocate with a record of senior organizational leadership, who understands the role educators play in leading change in their profession. A leader who has engaged others to be proactive in creating a strong educational environment. Evidence of success in achieving desired outcomes when leading organizational innovation and change; a leader who has shown organizational ability and flexibility in confronting and adapting to challenging and changing political/organizational realities. Capable and willing to voice respectful and effective dissent when and where appropriate.

 

Interpersonal Effectiveness: An effective communicator who has excelled in building successful relationships. An established record of fostering teamwork and consensus, effectively managing conflict, implementing creative problem-solving, and necessary risk taking. Has an ability to inspire trust and communicate sound reasoning in a persuasive manner.  Must be a leader who is who is able to develop networks, work effectively with those of diverse individual and cultural backgrounds and perspectives, and build internal and external alliances across boundaries to support strategic relationships and achieve common goals.

 

Judgment: Proven ability to analyze, comprehend, and articulate the operational goals and strategic plan of an organization and implement this plan to guide decision making.  Must possess the expertise to anticipate outcomes and decide on the best course of action.  Uncovers potential opportunities by challenging conventional thinking and assumptions.  Demonstrated experience evaluating strategic issues, opportunities and risks and long-term impact.  Capable of voicing concerns with a solution-based approach when communicating with other points of view. Must be confident articulating the rationale of decisions.

 

Member Focus: A leader who values public education and is focused on member needs and support.  Someone who believes in member engagement, trust, and loyalty, and who is committed to fostering strong relationships between WEA and its members.  An experienced leader who has successfully demonstrated the ability to implement quality programs and services that bring value to members. Demonstrated experience using data to identify additional ways to offer value to members’ professional practice and careers.  An influential leader who understands membership and can expand WEA’s membership and influence, and who has effectively led innovative strategies, programs, initiatives, and policies designed to attract and increase new membership.  Proven ability to create collaborative relationships and partnerships with local, county and state governments, as well as community groups and organizations.

 

Staff Relations: A leader who provides effective guidance for staff commitment to policy; assigns staff resources to programs and projects; coordinates, directs and evaluates the work of employees; delegates supervision to other management employees as appropriate; and supports high standards for work on behalf of members. Ability to balance the needs of elected member leaders with the long-term stability of the organization.

 

Fiscal Management: A leader who can devise and facilitate the development of budgets; administer and monitor budgets; effectively oversee compliance with legal and regulatory requirements; evaluate and manage risk; and ensure the proper management of all property owned and leased by the WEA.

 

Collective Bargaining Agreement (Contracts): A leader who effectively functions as the WEA’s lead negotiator in negotiating successor agreements, and who oversees the district’s fair and equitable compliance and administration of the agreement. A leader who not only functions in the role of Executive Director, but who regularly and directly engages in and assists the Uniserv Director in various duties and responsibilities supporting and advocating for WEA members, including grievances, complaints, discipline hearings, training, conflict resolution, etc. A leader who regularly communicates with member leaders on updates to contract conversations with the district.

 

EXPERIENCE

A record of 3-5 years of senior-level leadership experience in positions of increasing responsibility.

Some experience as a Uniserv Director is desirable.

Background in labor advocacy and collective bargaining required. Direct experience in functioning as the lead negotiator in the collective bargaining process is required.

Experience in public education advocacy is required.

Some experience as a classroom teacher is desirable.

Experience reporting to and advising an elected board of directors is desirable.

A record of life-long learning, including recent professional development work.

 

EDUCATION

Bachelor’s degree from an accredited four-year college is required. A Master’s degree is desirable. 

 

SALARY AND BENEFITS

 

The WEA offers a competitive salary and benefits package, commensurate with experience and qualifications. The WEA is not a part of the NEA retirement system, but does provide a defined contribution to a retirement program agreeable to the employer and employee.

 

HIRING TIMELINE

It is anticipated that interviews will be held in November and early December, with the candidate selected for the position beginning on April 1, 2021.

 

HOW TO APPLY

To be considered for this position, please provide the following:

A current résumé reflecting qualifications for this position.

A brief Letter of Application which specifically addresses how accomplishments in your career have prepared you to meet the challenges and opportunities presented in this position.

A signed and completed WEA employment application, which can be accessed at http://www.weatoday.org/wp-content/uploads/WEA-Application-for-Employment.docx.

All materials must be sent electronically to the following: earl.spriggs@nsea-nv.org

For all questions regarding this search, please contact Earl Spriggs, Office Manager, WEA, at either earl.spriggs@nsea-nv.org or 775-393-2967.

Application deadline is October 23, 2020 at 4:30 pm (PST).

 

Washoe Education Association is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Ethnic minorities and women are encouraged to apply.

New Hampshire

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JOB TITLE: UNISERV DIRECTOR - SOUTH CENTRAL REGION

Location: South Central Region, NH
Salary: $91,011 - $128,062
Closing Date: September 8, 2020

Application Procedure: Apply by emailing your resume and cover letter to Bobbi-Jo Michael, Director of Governance & Administration at bmichael@nhnea.org. The deadline for submission is September 8, 2020. 

For a complete job description, please contact Bobbi-Jo Michael at bmichael@nhnea.org or (603) 224-7751.

New Jersey

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JOB TITLE: UNISERV FIELD REPRESENTATIVE

Location: Mullica Hill, NJ
Salary: Determined by collective bargaining agreement
Closing Date: August 7, 2020

The information as well as the job description and application procedure can be found on NJEA’s website: https://www.njea.org/about/jobs/

New Mexico

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JOB TITLE: EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR

Location: New Mexico
Salary:  $126,000 - $145,000 per year, commensurate with experience and qualifications.
Closing Date: May 31, 2020 (COVID-19 Extended Posting Period)

Application Procedure: To be considered for this position, please provide the following: 

  • A current resume reflecting qualifications for this position 

  • A Letter of Application which specifically addresses how accomplishments in your career have prepared you to meet the challenges and opportunities presented in this position. 

All materials must be sent electronically to the following:   

Margolies and Potterton 

NEA - NEW MEXICO Search Consultants 

jpotterton@sbcglobal.net 

For all questions regarding this search, including confidential inquiries, please contact: 

Debra Schwoch-Swoboda (East Coast) Jim Potterton (West Coast) 

Debra4654@gmail.comjpotterton@sbcglobal.net 

(414) 217-5160 (Eastern time zone)(831) 332-9324 (Pacific time zone) 

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New York

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JOB TITLE: LABOR RELATIONS SPECIALIST, UUP

Location: New York
Salary: To be determined.
Closing Date:  Open Until Filled

Application Procedure: Qualified applicants should submit resume and cover letter to NYSUT Human Resources HR@nysutmail.org no later than June 17, 2020.

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JOB TITLE:  LABOR RELATIONS SPECIALIST 

Location: New York
Salary:  To be determined
Closing Date: Open Until Filled

Application Procedure: Qualified applicants should submit resume and cover letter to hr@nysutmail.org by February 7, 2020.

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JOB TITLE: LABOR RELATIONS SPECIALIST

Location: Nassau, New York
Salary: To be determined.
Closing Date:  Open Until Filled

Application Procedure: Qualified applicants should submit resume and cover letter to NYSUT Human Resources HR@nysutmail.org no later than June 17, 2020.

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JOB TITLE: LABOR RELATIONS SPECIALIST

Location: Suffolk, New York
Salary: To be determined.
Closing Date:  Open Until Filled

Application Procedure: Qualified applicants should submit resume and cover letter to NYSUT Human Resources HR@nysutmail.org no later than June 17, 2020.

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North Carolina

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North Dakota

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Ohio

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JOB TITLE: EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR

Location: Columbus, Ohio 
Salary:  $175,000 - $205,000
Closing Date: Extended to September 11th

Application Procedure: 

 To be considered for this position, please provide the following:

- A current resume reflecting qualifications for this position.

- A Letter of Application which specifically addresses how accomplishment in your career have prepared you to meet the challenges and opportunities presented in this position.

All materials must be sent electronically to the following:

Margolis and Potterton, Union Search, LLC

The OEA Search Consultants

Kam47@cornell.edu

 
For all questions regarding this search, including confidential inquiries, please contact:

 

Debra Schwoch-Swoboda

Debra4654@gmail.com

(414) 217-5160 (Eastern Time Zone)

 

Ken Margolies

Kam47@cornell.edu

(831) 332-9324 (Eastern Time Zone)

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JOB TITLE: LABOR RELATIONS CONSULTANT

Location: Canton, Ohio 
Salary:  Commensurate with experience
Closing Date: Open Until Filled

Application Procedure:  To be considered for this position, please provide the following:

- A current resume reflecting qualifications for this position.

- A Letter of Application which specifically addresses how accomplishment in your career have prepared you to meet the challenges and opportunities presented in this position.

All materials must be sent electronically to the following:

Margolis and Potterton, Union Search, LLC

The OEA Search Consultants

Kam47@cornell.edu

 
For all questions regarding this search, including confidential inquiries, please contact:

 

Debra Schwoch-Swoboda

Debra4654@gmail.com

(414) 217-5160 (Eastern Time Zone)

 

Ken Margolies

Kam47@cornell.edu

(831) 332-9324 (Eastern Time Zone)

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JOB TITLE: UNISERV LABOR RELATIONS CONSULTANT

Location: Ohio, various locations
Salary:  Commensurate with experience
Closing Date: Open Until Filled

Application Procedure: Interested applicants for any of the above positions should send a cover letter, an application and resume mail or email to:

Ohio Education Association
Human Resources
225 E. Broad Street
Columbus, OH 43216
email: hr@ohea.org

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JOB TITLE: LABOR RELATIONS CONSULTANT

Location: Howland, Ohio 
Salary:  Commensurate with experience
Closing Date: Open Until Filled

Application Procedure: Interested candidates should e-mail a cover letter and resume to OEA Human Resources at hr@ohea.org or send by mail to:.  

Ohio Education Association
Human Resources
P.O. Box 2550
Columbus, OH 43216
 
Visit the OEA website www.ohea.org for information about OEA. 

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Oklahoma

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Oregon

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JOB TITLE: DIRECTOR OF HUMAN RELATIONS AND FACILITIES MANAGEMENT

Location: Portland, Oregon
Salary:  Salary Range based on experience
Closing Date: August 23, 2020 or until filled 

Application Procedure: Apply here - External Candidates

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Pennsylvania

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JOB TITLE: ASSISTANT DIRECTOR OF EDUCATION SERVICES

Location:         PSEA Headquarters – Harrisburg, PA
Salary:             $111,470
Closing Date: October 28, 2020

Application Procedure:  For consideration, interested applicants should submit a resume and letter of interest to:

Pennsylvania State Education Association
Human Resources
P.O. Box 1724
Harrisburg, PA 17105-1724

FAX: 717/255-7005 or via email: jobs@psea.org 

 

 

Assistant Director

Education Policy, Equity, and Accountability

PSEA, a professional education/labor organization based in Harrisburg, PA is seeking candidates for a position responsible for guiding the association's positions on educational equity and education policy issues. The position requires a deep knowledge of education research, teaching and learning practice, and state and federal education policy with an understanding of the impact of each of these on different student and educator populations. The position also requires qualitative and quantitative research skills and the ability to analyze information and write and present for multiple audiences. A significant portion of the work in this position involves advocacy for effective education policymaking. Another significant responsibility in this position is helping educators understand the impact of policy on their work and also helping policymakers understand the impact of specific policies on educators, students, and schools. The individual in this position should be prepared to engage in highly visible work with educators, state agency personnel, and staff of other education associations.

The successful candidate will have a passion for advocating for educators, students, public education, and organized labor. Commitment to equity and social justice is a must. The ability to self-start, plan, collaborate, analyze complex situations, compromise, and problem solve are necessary. Familiarity with the requirements of PA and Federal education legislation and regulation is desirable.

A master’s degree in a relevant field is required, doctorate preferred.

 

PSEA provides an excellent comprehensive benefits package (medical, dental, etc.) for employee and dependents. We also provide a pension and 401k plan for our employees.

 

For more information about this position and PSEA, please visit our website at www.psea.org/jobs.

 

If interested in applying for this position, please email a letter of interest and resume to jobs@psea.org.  The application deadline is October 28, 2020.

 

PSEA is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer

JOB TITLE: UNISERV REPRESENTATIVE

Location: State of Pennsylvania
Salary: $111,470
Closing Date: Open Until Filled (successful candidates go into UniServ Pool)

Application Procedure: For consideration, interested applicants should submit a resume and letter of interest to:

Pennsylvania State Education Association
Human Resources
P.O. Box 1724
Harrisburg, PA 17105-1724

FAX: 717/255-7005 or via email: jobs@psea.org 

Resumes will be accepted until position is filled.  Additional vacancies can be found at www.psea.org/jobs

 

Rhode Island

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South Carolina

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JOB TITLE:  EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR

Location:  Columbia, SC
Salary:  The SCEA is prepared to offer a competitIve salary and benefits package consistent with experience, skills, and demonstrated abilities. 
Closing Date:  September 15, 2020

APPLICATION PROCEDURE:

To be considered for this position, please provide the following:

  • A current resume reflecting qualifications for this position
  • A Letter of Application which specifically addresses how accomplishments in your career have prepared you to meet the challenges and opportunities presented in this position.
  • All materials must be sent electronically to the following:
  • Executiveoffice@thescea.org and seast@thescea.org

For all other questions regarding this search, including confidential inquiries please contact:

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South Dakota

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JOB TITLE:  UNISERV DIRECTOR: UNIT

Location:  South Dakota
Salary:  Excellent salary, fringe benefits and leave provisions.  
Closing Date:  Open Until Filled

Application Procedure:  Applicants should submit a cover resume, SDEA employment application form and three references to Fran Linn. 

Fran Linn
411 East Capitol Avenue
Pierre, SD 57501
Ph:  (605) 224-9263
Email:  Frances.Linn@sdea.org

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JOB TITLE:  FINANCIAL ASSISTANT (PIERRE OFFICE)

Location:  South Dakota
Salary:  Excellent salary, fringe benefits and leave provisions.  
Closing Date:  Open Until Filled

Application Procedure:  Applicants must have a thorough knowledge of and background in accrual accounting. 

Fran Linn
411 East Capitol Avenue
Pierre, SD 57501
Ph:  (605) 224-9263
Email:  Frances.Linn@sdea.org

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Tennessee

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JOB TITLE: EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR

TEA
TENNESSEE EDUCATION ASSOCIATION
Nashville, TN

The Tennessee Education Association, the largest professional organization in the state, is tens of thousands of educators working together to improve learning conditions for students and working conditions for educators. Virtually every professional concern an educator faces can be addressed by the Tennessee Education Association. TEA has been recognized as the state's leading advocate for educators, students, and public education for 155 years and continues to maintain its leading position in advocating for support of Tennessee's schools, improving the quality of education, promoting the success of public schools, and improving the professional lives of teachers and school staff members.
The TEA headquarters building is in downtown Nashville within sight of the Capitol Building. Professional program staff and support staff members work in Nashville. Another twenty professional staff work in UniServ or field district offices across the state.

POSITION OVERVIEW

The Executive Director is the Association’s chief administrative officer and management agent who leads a staff in coordination with TEA President to ensure implementation of the full scope of policies, procedures, and programs approved and adopted by the TEA Board of Directors.  In collaboration with the President and Officers, the Executive Director develops and manages an annual organizational budget and is accountable to the Board for the long term financial and fiscal health and sustainability of the Association.  The Executive Director also provides general supervision of the real property owned by the association.

The Executive Director is responsible for planning and executing strategic priorities that elevate the professional and economic status of PK-12 Professional educators and ESP, promote public education, and increase TEA’s membership and influence through organizing and engaging members across the state in all membership categories.

OPPORTUNITIES AND CHALLENGES FACING TEA

•    TEA is committed to building a culture of member engagement and growth in the face of the current COVID-19 crisis and enhancing strategies for recruitment and retention of members.
•    TEA has the opportunity to cultivate and build bipartisan relationships to move pro-education legislation at the Statehouse.
•    TEA has an opportunity to strengthen coalitions to achieve political and organizational goals. 
•    TEA is committed to a culture of organizing in which members are engaged and mobilized to grow and strengthen their local associations in order to improve student outcomes, secure the proper teaching and learning conditions, and achieve educational opportunity and equity for all students. 
•    TEA is committed to capitalizing on its strong history while building innovative pathways into its desired future. 
•    TEA has an opportunity to cultivate a new generation of education leaders and increase organizational relevance, building on several years of effective engagement of early career professionals.
•    TEA is committed to an intentional branding campaign to bring more visibility to the association as the leading expert on education in Tennessee.

ESSENTIAL COMPETENCIES, EXPERIENCE AND EDUCATION: 
To be considered for this position, the applicant must have a strong record of personal achievements and abilities in the following competency areas. 

Leadership

A passionate public education advocate with a proven record of senior organizational leadership, who understands the central role educators play in leading change in their profession. A visionary leader who has confidently engaged others to be proactive in creating the future they desire.
Evidence of success in achieving desired outcomes when leading organizational innovation and change; a courageous leader who has shown organizational savvy and flexibility in confronting and adapting to challenging and changing political/organizational realities. Capable and willing to voice respectful and effective dissent when and where appropriate.

Interpersonal Effectiveness

An effective communicator who has excelled in building successful relationships. An established record of fostering teamwork and consensus, effectively managing conflict, provoking creative problem-solving, and necessary risk taking. Has an ability to inspire trust and communicate sound reasoning in an authentic and persuasive manner.  Must be a leader who is who is able to develop networks, work effectively with those of diverse individual and cultural backgrounds and perspectives, and build internal and external alliances across boundaries to support strategic relationships and achieve common goals. 

Judgment 

Proven ability to analyze, comprehend, and articulate the operational goals and strategic plan of an organization and implement this plan to guide decision making.  Must possess the expertise to anticipate outcomes and decide on the best course of action.  Uncovers potential opportunities by challenging conventional thinking and assumptions.  Demonstrated experience evaluating strategic issues, opportunities and risks and long-term impact.  Must be confident articulating the rationale of decisions.

Member Focus

A leader who values public education and is focused on member needs.  Someone who believes in member engagement, trust, and loyalty, and who is committed to fostering strong relationships between TEA and its members.  An experienced leader who has successfully demonstrated the ability to implement high quality programs and services that bring value to members. Demonstrated experience using data to identify additional ways to offer value to members’ professional practice and careers.  An influential leader who understands membership and can expand TEA’s membership and influence, and who has effectively led innovative strategies, programs, initiatives, and policies designed to attract and increase new membership.  Proven ability to create collaborative relationships and partnerships with local, county and state governments, as well as community groups and organizations.

EXPERIENCE
A record of 3-5 years of senior-level leadership experience in positions of increasing responsibility.
Background in public policy and/or labor advocacy and collective bargaining desired.
Experience in public education advocacy preferred.
Experience reporting to and advising an elected board of directors.
A record of life-long learning, including recent professional development work.
EDUCATION
Bachelor’s degree from an accredited four-year college is required; Master’s degree preferred.  
TEA is prepared to offer a generous and competitive salary (commensurate with experience and qualifications).

TO APPLY
To be considered for this position, please provide the following:
•    A current resume reflecting qualifications for this position.
•    A Letter of Application which specifically addresses how accomplishments in your career have prepared you to meet the challenges and opportunities presented in this position.
All materials must be sent electronically to the following:  
Margolies and Potterton, Union Search, LLC.
TENNESSEE EDUCATION ASSOCIATION Search Consultants
jpotterton@sbcglobal.net
For all questions regarding this search, including confidential inquiries, please contact:
Jim Potterton
jpotterton@sbcglobal.net
(831) 332-9324

APPLICATION DEADLINE: November 8, 2020 at 5:00 pm (EST).
Tennessee Education Association is deeply committed to diversity and inclusion in its hiring practices. We are an affirmative action, equal opportunity employer.  Women and people of color are encouraged to apply.
 

Texas

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JOB TITLE: CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER 

 

Location:     Austin, TX (Headquarters)

Interested candidates should submit a cover letter and resume via email to Neocha Campbell at hr@tsta.org

                                                                                                                                                            Summary:

The Texas State Teachers Association (TSTA) is looking for a seasoned chief financial officer to lead our business and technology division. This position will oversee all fiscal and fiduciary activities of the organization including, but not limited to, payroll, finance, investment, membership systems, corporate compliance, information technology, pension plan and risk management, and will advise the management team and the Board of Directors in these areas.

The ideal candidate will be a cohesive leader with proven experience in delivering superior results and exceptional service during times of significant change while remaining conscious of the needs and perspectives of internal and external stakeholders.

Here's what you can expect:

  • Work with staff to manage and prepare a variety of analyses and reports that pertain to the strategic planning and compliance of the organization including operating and capital budgets, projections, financial statements, tax returns, statistical information, audits, master planning and capital projects.
  • Advise leadership on strategies to achieve short- and long-range financial goals.
  • Analyze long-range economic trends and project the impact on future growth.
  • Manage the relationship with outside auditors and the Board of Directors budget committee to ensure all required filings and reporting are completed in an accurate and timely fashion, including financial statements, budgets and annual tax filings.
  • Monitor and ensure compliance with federal, state, and local employment laws and regulations, and recommended best practices; review and modify policies and practices to maintain compliance; advise leadership on needed actions.
  • Partner with department heads to establish priorities and make fiscal recommendations for the budget and strategic planning process.
  • Ensure appropriate internal controls align with GAAP standards.
  • Maintain the general accounting system and certify the availability of funds for all expenditures.
  • Administer payroll, vendor payments, insurance, and employee retirement plans.
  • Oversee the administration of compensation and benefit programs.
  • Implement, maintain, and support member dues accounting systems and services.
  • Complete special projects by clarifying project objective; setting timetables and schedules; conducting research; developing and organizing information; fulfilling transactions.
  • Serve as a key member of the management bargaining team.

Here's what you bring to our executive team:

  • Bachelor's degree in Business Administration, Accounting, or Finance from an accredited institution. Master’s degree is a plus!
  • Certified Public Accountant license required.
  • Ten (10) years of progressive experience in business administration and financial management with increasing supervisory responsibilities required.
  • Five (5) years of leadership experience in either a national/statewide professional organization or state education association preferred.
  • Experience in presenting complex financial information strategies to internal and external stakeholders on projects and programs that may include board updates and program implementation.
  • Ability to effectively manage and guide change through significant challenges while achieving organizational goals and objectives. Serve as mentor, coach to assigned employees.
  • Ability to multi-task with accuracy and take on new challenges without getting overwhelmed.
  • Organized with the ability to effectively prioritize and manage your time.
  • Appreciate developing collaborations/partnerships and working with a team, but also possess the ability to exercise independent judgment, take initiative, leverage resources, and execute with limited direction.
  • Advanced knowledge of modern management principles and best practices.
  • Master communicator skilled at conveying information (orally and in writing) to employees and members in an easy to understand way.
  • Ability to maintain focus on the details in an ambiguous and changing environment.
  • Advanced Excel skills required. Experience with financial reporting software
  • Advanced Microsoft Office Suite skills.

About TSTA:

Since 1880, the Texas State Teachers Association has worked to unite, organize and empower public education advocates to shape public education in Texas thus providing a quality public school for every child. Working in conjunction with its national affiliate, TSTA offers members leadership and professional development, legislative and member advocacy, and legal assistance. With more than 35,000 members across the state, TSTA continues to be a strong force in Texas public education. For more information, visit www.tsta.org.

TSTA total rewards:

  • Employer paid medical, dental, vision, LTD, AD&D and employee assistance program
  • Generous PTO (annual, sick)
  • Paid holidays
  • Defined benefit retirement plan
  • 401(k) – no employer match

COVID-19 considerations:

The health and safety of our team is top priority. We are committed to complying with all local, state, and national orders and guidelines regarding COVID-19. While this crisis poses unique challenges, thanks to dedicated employees, we have been able to remain fully operational during COVID-19. Our employees temporarily are working remotely.

Other considerations:

TSTA will verify the selected candidate’s education, experience, and licensure/certification(s). You must provide proof of education from an accredited organization/institution and proof of your professional licenses and/or certifications. This position will undergo a criminal background/credit investigation.

 

Utah

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Granite Education Association

JOB TITLE:  EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR

Location:  Utah
Salary:  Commensurate with qualifications and experience.
Closing Date:  August 13, 2020

Application Procedure:  Candidates interested in the position must submit:

- Filled out application

-Three letters of recommendation

-Resume or professional vitae

Application and supporting materials should be mailed to:

Granite Education Association
Attention: Star Orullian 
875 East 5180 South, Suite 1
Murray, Utah 84107
Or send via email to:  Starleen.orullian@myuea.org

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JOB TITLE:  USEA ORGANIZATIONAL SPECIALIST

Location:  Murray, UT
Salary:  $52,418 or commensurate with experience
Closing Date:  Open Until Filled

Application Procedure:  Interested candidates should submit a most recent resume, cover letter, a USEA Application of Employment and other documentation found at www.useautah.org.   Application can be mailed or faxed to the following:

Organizational Specialist Search Committee
Utah School Employees Association
864 East Arrowhead Lane
Murray, Utah 84107
Ph:  (801) 269-9320
Fax:  (801) 269-9324
Email:  information@useautah.org

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JOB TITLE:  USEA ORGANIZATIONAL SPECIALIST

Location:  UT
Salary:  $52,418 or commensurate with experience
Closing Date:  Open Until Filled

Application Procedure:  Interested candidates must submit the following documents:

  • USEA “Application for Employment” Form (completely filled-out). This form can be accessed on the USEA website at www.useautah.org.
  • Complete resume, which lists previous employment with dates, training, personal data, outside interests and community activities.
  • Letter addressed to the Organizational Specialist Search Committee, which describes how the applicant meets the expectations and requirements of the position, as outlined above.
  • An official college or university transcript listing the applicant’s course work, degrees awarded and commendations, or a detailed description of equivalent training and/or experience. 

To be considered for this position, candidates must submit the above-mentioned documents to the USEA office by mail, fax or email to:

Organizational Specialist Search Committee
Utah School Employees Association
864 East Arrowhead Lane
Murray, Utah 84107
Ph:  (801) 269-9320
Fax:  (801) 269-9324
Email:  information@useautah.org

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Vermont

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Virginia

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JOB TITLE: ORGANIZING SPECIALIST (HIRING 1 CANDIDATE)

 

Location: Fairfax, VA
Salary:  This is a position covered by the VEA/Staff Master Contract.  Salary is negotiable depending upon applicant’s experience and qualifications. The hiring range for this position is $68,000 to the low $70s.  The contract also includes an excellent benefits package.  
Closing Date: Open Until Filled

Application Procedure:  Apply here: 

https://workforcenow.adp.com/mascsr/default/mdf/recruitment/recruitment.html?cid=c574d1fd-43f4-46c4-bccd-80e2cc85bbab&ccId=19000101_000001&type=JS&lang=en_US&selectedMenuKey=CurrentOpenings

 

JOB TITLE: TEMPORARY ORGANIZING SPECIALIST (HIRING 4 CANDIDATES) 

Location: Fairfax, VA
Salary: $68,000.00 To $101,948.00 Annually.  The positions are covered by the VEA-VPSA Master Contract.  
Closing Date: Open Until Filled

Application Procedure:  Apply here: 

https://workforcenow.adp.com/mascsr/default/mdf/recruitment/recruitment.html?cid=c574d1fd-43f4-46c4-bccd-80e2cc85bbab&ccId=19000101_000001&type=JS&lang=en_US&selectedMenuKey=CurrentOpenings

 

Washington

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.JOB TITLE: EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR

 

Location: Washington
Salary: This wonderful, full-time onsite opportunity offers the ability to make significant impact on behalf of Washington educators as well as the statewide community. This exciting role offers a base salary of $230,000 - $245,000, in addition to an exceptional full benefits and retirement package. Benefits include a comprehensive group health insurance package paid for individual and family (medical, dental, vision, flexible spending accounts, and life insurance); 401(k) plan in which the Association invests 9% in addition to your contributions; generous vacation, sick, and holiday pay; Short and Long Term Disability, employee life insurance, AD&D insurance; and other perks! This is an opportunity, position, and mission that will inspire you daily!
Closing Date: Open Until Filled 

Application Procedure:  WEA has retained the services of Scion Executive Search, a national executive search firm specializing in mission-driven organization recruitment, to assist in conducting this important search. For immediate consideration please apply with your resume and cover letter, in Microsoft Word format, via: https://www.scionstaffing.com/jobportal/#/jobs/6378.

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West Virginia

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Wisconsin

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Wyoming

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National Education Association

Great public schools for every student

The National Education Association (NEA), the nation's largest professional employee organization, is committed to advancing the cause of public education. NEA's 3 million members work at every level of education—from pre-school to university graduate programs. NEA has affiliate organizations in every state and in more than 14,000 communities across the United States.