Thank you for your interest in working at League of Education Voters. We are recruiting for the following positions:

Director of Operations

We are looking for a Director of Operations to be a member of the executive leadership team. Is this you?

  • Strong leadership and positive team player committed to adaptive leadership
  • Financial and operations management technical expertise
  • Attention to detail
  • Transparent communicator
  • Flexible and nimble in fast-paced dynamic environment
  • Entrepreneurial experience and approach with nonprofit organizations
  • An MBA or CPA is preferred

If so, please read the full job description and apply directly through our recruitment partner, Avitus.

 

Government and Community Relations Director

We are looking for a Government and Community Relations Director to be a member of the executive leadership team. Is this you?

  • High-level strategist and manager who can both design strategy and manage to completion
  • Expertise in systems of public and private education in Washington state, education reform policy, innovation in education, and state of the education field, and passionate about student-centered approaches
  • Externally-facing person who can speak on behalf of the organization
  • Key partner to the CEO at the strategic level
  • Able to translate evidence and trends to improve education at the federal, state, and local levels
  • Lead and direct relationships with elected officials, community partners, students, parents, and educators

If so, please read the full job description and apply directly through our recruitment partner, Avitus.

 

Focus Group Facilitators – Equity in Career & Technical Education for Career Pathways Project

The goal of the Equity in Career and Technical Education (CTE) for Career Pathways project is to understand the impact of barriers to dual credit courses prior to post-secondary pathways to college and career. LEV will use both qualitative and quantitative data to provide recommendations on best practices for implementing the High School and Beyond Plan (HSBP) and access to dual credit opportunities. The report will be provided to state legislators, superintendents, parents, and K-12 stakeholders to inform policy and practices.

The Equity in CTE for Career Pathways project has a multi-tiered approach that includes outreach and learning, surveys, and site visits. The goal for this phase and this RFP of the Equity in CTE for Career Pathways is the development of up to 4 focus groups that include 25 high-school  students and 10 parents from backgrounds that are traditionally under-represented (particularly non-Hispanic white students) in dual credit classes (such as AP, Running Start, and International Baccalaureate).

For more info, read our full request for proposals.

 

Internships

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