The National Council of Teachers of English, a vibrant and growing association that supports the teaching and learning of English and language arts across the preK– college spectrum, seeks a dynamic new member for its Policy & Program Associate.
The position will be responsible for collecting data relevant for policy discussions and advocacy materials using NCTE’s policy priorities, internal and external data, and other relevant materials. Position will monitor data among states on various aspects of state policy formulation and implementation tied to K-12 literacy, higher education (teaching of composition as well as teacher preparation), and advise on opportunities to support NCTE’s members and affiliate organizations.
The qualified individual will possess a minimum of a Bachelor’s degree and at least 1 year of professional experience with a state legislature of government; minimum of 2 years public policy experience; superior written and verbal communication skills to include presentation abilities; strong research skills; experience with survey design, data compilation, analysis, and the ability to summarize and present findings. Experience with contemporary research and software tools, GIS, webpage management and spreadsheet design. Must be skilled at working across political identities and ideologies in support of NCTE’s goals.
NCTE offers a competitive salary and benefits package. As NCTE embraces a distributed workforce, this position may be located at the Washington, DC, location; or nationally with travel required between offices and NCTE’s field locations/meetings.
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About National Council of Teachers of English
The National Council of Teachers of English is a vibrant and growing association that supports the teaching and learning of English and language arts across the preK– college spectrum.
To further the mission and vision of the Council, NCTE seeks future employees who are driven by curiosity and a clear interest in learning about the work of the organization and the work of its members.
Since 1911, NCTE has served at the forefront of every major innovation in the teaching and learning of English and language arts. We continue to build a team of employees who are committed to carrying that work forward.
NCTE staff currently work in locations across the country. The organization also maintains offices in Urbana, IL, and Washington, DC.
NCTE is an EEO employer.