Education Issues Specialist

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CONNECTICUT EDUCATION ASSOCIATION Department of Policy, Research, And Government Relations Vacancy Posting July 15, 2022 Position Available Title: Education Issues Specialist This is a professional staff level position with a very competitive salary and benefits package per a collective bargaining agreement. It is a one-year position to fill a vacancy for a staff person on professional leave, with the possibility to convert to permanent. The position will expire July 11, 2023, but may be converted to permanent pending a deadline for determination in May 2023. For more information about this position, its duration, and unique circumstances, please feel free to contact CEA directly. General Description The educational issues specialist is responsible for the development of professional programs to meet Association goals in an effort to meet the ever-changing Association programmatic needs, and to facilitate the growth and development of the overall Association. CEA is a member-driven statewide association representing teachers and local union affiliates. We are the state affiliate of the National Education Association. CEA is committed to centering its organization and work around equity and diversity. General Duties Anticipates, develops, and implements programs related to teacher preparation, certification, and licensure; teacher standards and practice; student and teacher assessment; education reform and professional development. Coordinates CEA's Aspiring Educator Program, which involves building and supporting future educator clubs for undergraduate students in Connecticut colleges and universities; helps support future educator clubs in high schools, and helps to promote diversity among future educators at all levels of teacher preparation and recruitment. Anticipates, develops, and delivers professional development and member education workshops; Consults with local affiliates on professional issues (see cea.org/pla for more examples of workshops). Produces high-quality publications on education and educational policy issues. Advocates the Association's interests before state and national entities concerned with education policy and practice; Serves as a member of CEA's Lobbying Team. Serves as staff suppor
Area: Hartford ›
Categoría: Empleos ›
Subcategoría: Otros empleos ›
CONNECTICUT EDUCATION ASSOCIATION Department of Policy, Research, And Government Relations Vacancy Posting July 15, 2022 Position Available Title: Education Issues Specialist This is a professional staff level position with a very competitive salary and benefits package per a collective bargaining agreement. It is a one-year position to fill a vacancy for a staff person on professional leave, with the possibility to convert to permanent. The position will expire July 11, 2023, but may be converted to permanent pending a deadline for determination in May 2023. For more information about this position, its duration, and unique circumstances, please feel free to contact CEA directly. General Description The educational issues specialist is responsible for the development of professional programs to meet Association goals in an effort to meet the ever-changing Association programmatic needs, and to facilitate the growth and development of the overall Association. CEA is a member-driven statewide association representing teachers and local union affiliates. We are the state affiliate of the National Education Association. CEA is committed to centering its organization and work around equity and diversity. General Duties Anticipates, develops, and implements programs related to teacher preparation, certification, and licensure; teacher standards and practice; student and teacher assessment; education reform and professional development. Coordinates CEA's Aspiring Educator Program, which involves building and supporting future educator clubs for undergraduate students in Connecticut colleges and universities; helps support future educator clubs in high schools, and helps to promote diversity among future educators at all levels of teacher preparation and recruitment. Anticipates, develops, and delivers professional development and member education workshops; Consults with local affiliates on professional issues (see cea.org/pla for more examples of workshops). Produces high-quality publications on education and educational policy issues. Advocates the Association's interests before state and national entities concerned with education policy and practice; Serves as a member of CEA's Lobbying Team. Serves as staff suppor
Area: Hartford ›
Categoría: Empleos ›
Subcategoría: Otros empleos ›
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