The Getting Smart team is expanding and we are looking for passionate and talented people to join us! We have the following full and part-time positions available:
We want someone who is motivated by challenge, passionate about innovations in learning and committed to individual and team growth to join our team. As part of our project team, this role will support and manage client work and campaigns.
As part of our commitment to lifelong learning, we are looking for someone with writing and coaching/teaching experience to help our team improve how we write, storytell and communicate. This candidate should have strong education experience as well as experience writing in multiple forms such as blogs, reports, case studies, papers and books.
We are looking for someone to host a writing workshop for our team and provide continued on-demand coaching on a retainer basis for several months. To be considered for this opportunity please send an email to [email protected] that includes:
- A summary of your writing experience
- A summary of your experience coaching authors
- Your resume and/or link to your LinkedIn profile
- Your hourly rate or usual project fee
To build team capacity and knowledge we are always looking for creative and talented consultants to support our project work. To learn more about opportunities and provide us with your information please complete this application.
We are seeking experienced bloggers interested in researching and writing about learning innovations. This regular paid blogging position would research, curate and post blogs 1-4 times monthly and be noted as a regular contributor for GettingSmart.com. If you are interested in joining our writing team please submit a writing sample via email to [email protected] with the subject line “Staff Writer”.
Our network of teacher bloggers commit to posting 1-2 blogs monthly about lessons learned in their classrooms, writing product and book reviews and sharing best practices. To be considered for this paid blogging position please send an email to [email protected] with the subject line “Teacher Blogger”.
We look forward to connecting with you!