Thank you for your interest in the Oregon Education Association. Positions at OEA include executive, managerial, professional, technical, and administrative/clerical. Vacancies may involve skills in contract negotiations, communications, government and public relations, political advocacy, information technology, accounting, data input, and office administration.
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Current employment opportunities:
Assistant Executive Director, Center for Greater Public Schools
The Oregon Education Association is seeking a dynamic, creative and strategic thinking leader to be our next Assistant Executive Director for the Center for Great Public Schools (CGPS). The Oregon Education Association, which represents 42,000 public school teachers, community college faculty and education support professionals in every corner of the state. The mission of the OEA Center for Great Public Schools is to support the success of each and every Oregon student through educator-driven leadership and innovation in teaching and learning and education policy.
The OEA Center for Great Public Schools serves as a hub for policy, practice and research, providing leadership training and professional development for educators. The CGPS has a strong focus on developing teacher leader-activists, locally and statewide, to lead and organize in our schools, communities and at the state level. The CGPS also works in partnership with other education organizations to develop and implement quality education initiatives, locally and statewide.
OEA Controller and Membership Director
The Controller and Membership Director (“CMD”) supervises the day-to-day activities of the accounting and membership specialists. The CMD is responsible for the preparation of financial statements, management reports on financial and membership matters, budget and union bargaining analysis. The CMD also oversees and coordinates the administration of benefit plans including 401(k) and Pension Plans, medical and other insurance benefits. The position requires ability to think independently and take initiative, while working under minimal supervision.
The CMD has regular/daily interaction with the Assistant Executive Director for Business & Finance and other Managers on financial and membership matters.
OEA Union School Field Education & Training Coordinator
The Union School Education & Training Coordinator (ETC) will have responsibility for developing training and education initiatives and programs for OEA leaders, members and staff. The ETC will work, collaboratively, with the Union School team, other OEA staff and OEA leaders and members on the development, delivery and evaluation of education and training programs. Working as part of a team, the ETC will have major responsibility for the development and implementation of tools to determine organizational, leader, member and staff education and training needs. The ETC will also share responsibility to create quality control systems to ensure that Union School OEA education and training programs meet the needs of participants and advance the goals of the OEA Strategic Action Plan.
To learn of open positions at the National Education Association or other state affiliates, go to NEA’s list of staff and affiliate vacancies.