Careers

Our mission is to transform education systems through data and collaboration so all students succeed. Please review our Core Values and Best At’s to learn more about how we work.

Current Positions Available:

Director of Communications, Marketing and Community Engagement

Position Description: Director of Communications, Marketing, and Community Engagement
Classification: Professional – Exempt
Direct Supervisor: Executive Director

The Director of Communications, Marketing, and Community Engagement will be a passionate promoter of the work of E3 Alliance, constantly looking for opportunities to leverage our different types of capital: community and education partners, media and other exposure, the talent of volunteers and change agents, and staff and partners who can tell our stories and share our compelling data. This role is responsible for managing the communications, marketing, and traditional media and outreach of E3 Alliance in support of its mission, and ensuring successful execution of strategic community engagement with influencers required to make The Blueprint for Educational ChangeTM (our region’s strategic plan to build the strongest educational pipeline in the country) a success.

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Interested applicants should:

  1. Complete the E3 Employment Application.
  2. Email their Resume with a Cover Letter to chepburn@e3alliance.org.

 

Coordinator of Postsecondary Transitions and Success

E3 Alliance Position Description: Coordinator of Postsecondary Transitions and Success
Classification: Full-Time, Professional – Exempt
Direct Supervisor: Senior Director of Community Solutions
Open Until Filled

E3 Alliance uses data and collaboration to change education systems so all students succeed. We are nationally recognized for our passion and success in transforming education to improve equity and student outcomes. This position’s primary purpose is to be a thought partner with community stakeholders and staff, setting strategic direction, working with a highly collaborative team to address disparities in postsecondary transition, and success in helping every student reach their potential. This is a dynamic position with responsibility for leading external and internal projects, grants, and initiatives related to identifying and removing barriers to student success within educational systems by using data and community wisdom to guide this work. In this work, there is a specific focus on impacting the systemic barriers faced by students traditionally minoritized in postsecondary systems: first-generation college-going students, Black students, Latinx students, students from low-income households, and young men of color.

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Interested applicants should:

  1. Complete the E3 Employment Application.
  2. Email their Resume with a Cover Letter to chepburn@e3alliance.org.