Category: Job Postings

Job Post: Language Arts Supervisor – PreK-12

1. Valid NJ Instructional Certificate
2. Valid NJ Supervisor Certificate
3. Successful experience and demonstration of knowledge and understanding of child growth and development; effective instructional strategies; learning assessments and diagnosis; and research related to learning. Elementary experience a plus.

The primary role of the Language Arts/Literacy Supervisor is to mentor and support teaching and learning through modeling, coaching, evaluating and professional development to improve and accelerate student achievement through quality curriculum and instruction. A Language Arts/Literacy Supervisor is a certified, highly qualified teacher who demonstrates leadership skills and has expertise in curriculum, instructional strategies, child development, classroom management and knowledge of adult learning theory.


Job Posting: Jack Kent Cooke Foundation

Job opening with my current employer at the Jack Kent Cooke Foundation.

This position works with students and families in our Young Scholars Program (7th, 8th grade, and high school students). This would be a great opportunity for new or recent graduates who are interested in working with high-achieving students with financial need.

I work with the higher education team, but I’m happy to answer any questions about the organization.

  • Salary Range: $62,000.00 To 72,000.00 Annually
  • Minimum of a Bachelor’s degree; Master’s degree in curriculum & teaching, school counseling, school psychology, or other education-related field preferred.
  • Minimum of three years of experience in a counseling, education, teaching, youth development, or other relevant setting required.
  • Remote/Hybrid (relocation may be needed depending on the state of residency)

Check out the job description here:

Further Information Contact: Natasha N. Piñeiros
she/her/ella |

Job Opportunity at NYU

The job listing, and interested candidates are more than welcome to reach out to me.  I’ve included some additional details below if that might be helpful in getting the word out:

Ideal Start Date: ASAP, ideally no later than Late Jan/Early Feb

Modality: It’s classified as a hybrid position, which means typically one remote day per week during the school year and two during the summer.  There’s a little bit of flexibility in those policies, but the role is majority in person at NYU’s Washington Square campus.

Salary: Budgeted at $75000  (The posted range will be significantly wider than that, but this is the actual budgeted hiring amount).

Relocation: NYU doesn’t typically provide relocation assistance, but we can consider it on a case by case basis.  There may also be some flexibility for the position to start remote to ease the transition to NYC if you are relocating.

Organizational Structure: This position reports to me and will be one of three assistant directors on our team of four.  We’re housed within the NYU Changemaker Center, and we share administrative support across the unit.  The position will not have any direct reports but will help manage our graduate student workers on specific projects and initiatives.

Timeline: I am hoping to hold first round interviews before Winter Break.  I recommend applying by December 8 for confirmed consideration in the first round.

Anyone who is interested is welcome to reach out to me directly.  And if you have any recommendations, please send them my way!


Kurt Davies (he/they)

Director of Global Awards

NYU Changemaker Center

Doctoral Candidate, NYU Steinhardt

Job Opportunity: Student Persistence Manager (NJIT)

Position Summary:
The Office of Student Persistence provides support services for students to promote student persistence and student success. Reporting to the Director of Student Persistence (DSP), the student persistence manager (SPM) will assist the DSP in implementing a comprehensive persistence action plan for New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT), including making personalized student outreaches, and daily monitoring of student persistence. As a self-starter, the SPM should exhibit a high level of creative problem-solving abilities, resourcefulness, and competency to work on complex business issues; is capable of multi-tasking while meeting different deadlines; and works closely with student affairs staff. The Student Persistence Manager (SPM) plays a pivotal role in meeting the University’s enrollment goals.

Job Posting:

Job Opportunity: Administrative Analyst II (Rutgers)

Information about the job can be found here:

Part-Time Lunch Aides for Elementary Schools

Part-Time Lunch Aides for Elementary Schools

The projected time frame for lunch at the elementary schools is between 10:30am -1:30pm.
Individual lunch aide schedules can vary between one and three hours.
$15.00 per hour
Please contact:
Dr. Anthony Lanzo, Principal, F.N. Brown School, 125 Grove Avenue, Verona, NJ 07044
Phone: (973) 571-6753   Fax: (973) 571-6769

Please send a letter of interest and resume to

Part Time Position at Union College of Union County, NJ

Union College of Union County, NJ is currently seeking to fill a part time position in our College/Student Life Office.  This role is to assist with programming (i.e., leadership, service, social) on our campuses.

Additional information regarding the posting can be found at

Student Services Generalist

Responsible for assisting the coordination of opportunities for leadership development.  Encourages the development of student groups with extracurricular and co-curricular student engagement programs via student activities, civic engagement, leadership development, student conferences, and cultural events. Assist with student engagement and involvement, coordinating and implementing activities in relation to student clubs, organizations, Athletics, and student related special events, programs, activities, and recognition and awards programs.  The Generalist needs to be well versed in all student service areas of the college.  Assists in developing programs to address student retention goals and student workshops.  Assists in fostering an environment that supports and encourages graduation. The Generalist assists in establishing and assessing measurable student learning outcomes, program goals, and objectives

1 year Yale FGLI Program Assessment Position for ABD or Recent Graduate

1-year, grant-funded position evaluating Yale’s undergraduate programs supporting first-generation and/or low-income students. The position starts immediately and offers the possibility of remote start and a hybrid work week.

Here is the link to the position: