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Believe in the power of creative innovation to improve education and communities? The Community Training and Assistance Center (CTAC) offers professionals who share our mission the chance to make a significant positive impact in diverse settings.

CTAC offers the opportunity to assist school systems and communities nationwide as part of a highly collaborative team recognized for results. CTAC is an equal opportunity employer.

Senior Associate, Research and Evaluation

Senior level position for a dynamic researcher/evaluator to utilize experience and expertise to 1) evaluate and assess the efforts and effects of states, school districts and schools on student achievement and educator performance; and 2) inform and assist states, school districts and community based organizations to build capacity and create sustainable, systemic change that benefits students and educators. Minimum of 3 years professional experience and Doctorate degree are required.

Senior Associate, Community Capacity Building

Organize and implement programmatic aspects of CTAC’s initiatives in community development, health and human services, and education reform, working independently and as part of teams. The successful candidate will demonstrate content knowledge in community organizing, nonprofit and program management, and/or education reform or school-community partnerships. Bachelor’s degree required (master’s preferred), as well as 8–12 years of leadership experience within nonprofit community organizations. Experience with urban public school systems or philanthropic organizations a plus.

Senior Associate, National School Reform

Senior-level position to provide on-site assistance to districts and states to improve school planning, build accountability systems, and strengthen management, professional development and instructional strategies. Prepare and present training curricula and materials. Coordinate project activities. Requires leadership experience within public school systems as a senior level administrator or principal. Requires extensive experience in systemic reform and program management. Master’s degree required, doctorate preferred.