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.
Public Affairs - Lobbyist Consultant
The Oregon Education Association is currently in the process of hiring an experienced Public Affairs Consultant - Lobbyist. The OEA Public Affairs Consultant (Lobbyist) will be able to demonstrate growing experience and responsibility in both legislative and electoral work. The successful candidate will take a lead role in lobbying OEA’s legislative platform, participate in policy development, and its communication to members, leaders, and staff. The Consultant will also provide internal and external political campaign support and organizing. Member engagement is central to this position to ensure that OEA members are informed and participating in OEA’s legislative policy and political agenda. Strong written and verbal communication skills are necessary. Collaborative strategic planning with the Public Affairs team will be routine. To begin the application process, download the:
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