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Director of Strategic Partnerships and Grants

The Director of Strategic Partnerships and Grants is a strategic leader and project manager with a portfolio that includes grants, consulting, and strategic partnerships for the organization. Under the leadership of the Associate Vice President of Strategic Partnerships and Grants, this role grows the reach of the OLC’s work on grants, strategic partnerships, and consulting. The Director of Strategic Partnerships and Grants will leverage their deep experience in educational program or project management and connections across the field to affirm the OLC’s thought leadership, while overseeing the day-to-day management of complex and multifaceted relationships with major funders and partners (to include educational institutions, organizations, associations, foundations, and corporations). With a flawless attention to detail, excellent leadership, communication and interpersonal skills, the Director of Strategic Partnerships and Grants is a team player, a strategic leader, and a natural problem solver. Key to this position is a focus on project management, creative problem solving, and strategic analysis while having a thorough knowledge and understanding of existing education operations and processes in order to drive initiatives to completion through existing or new workflows. The individual in this position must possess the communication and project management skills to bring others on board with go-forward recommendations and enjoy working as part of a team. As a key member of the Knowledge Management team, this director will also seek new ways to collaborate within and across the staff and the OLC community in meeting the overarching goals of the organization. See more information on our Careers site.

Educational Researcher

Work remotely

The Educational Researcher is responsible for supporting the Online Learning Consortium’s (OLC’s) in-house research efforts. They will assist OLC in designing and implementing initiatives that transform the digital teaching and learning landscape through research. To be successful in this position, the Educational Researcher will have thorough knowledge of current and emerging trends in digital learning, as well as current trends in educational research. This knowledge will help amplify empirical research and evidenced-based practices that are published or supported by the organization and its strategic research partners. Working in close partnership with key members of the staff, this role will engage with a rich portfolio of research projects and initiatives for online, blended and digital learning. Joining the fully-remote OLC team, the ideal candidate exhibits attention to detail, enjoys communicating and collaborating with others, and works well as part of a team. Accepting applications through January 8, 2021. See more information on our Careers site.