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Working with Us

We know the importance of living a fulfilling, healthy life—both professionally and personally. That’s why we offer:

Health and Wellness - We provide generous medical, dental, and vision coverage and subsidize costs for families and dependents. 

Time Off - EdReports staff can earn up to four weeks of vacation, in addition to paid personal days and most federal holidays. We also provide generous sick and parental leave.

Professional Growth - Our team has access to, and is encouraged to, participate in a variety of conferences, trainings, courses, and other professional development opportunities.

Competitive Salaries - We offer competitive salaries and a 401k retirement plan with the opportunity for competitive matches.

Current Opportunities

Content Specialist, High School Science

Post Date: 2021/06/23

The Content Specialist, High School Science will play a critical role in the success of EdReports. This person is responsible for growing and improving support for the science activities at EdReports.org, including but not limited to the review of science instructional materials. The Content Specialist will work closely with the Director of Science, the existing Science Specialist, science team, academic team, and the Executive Director to continue improving K-12 education by informing educators’ decisions about high quality and aligned instructional materials to support their classrooms and schools across the country. Specifically, this position focuses primarily on the review of materials claiming alignment to the Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS).