Opportunities at Annenberg

The founding Network Engagement & Learning Manager of RPPL will bring people together to improve teacher professional learning and is excited to dig into the weeds of research design and problem-solving to help organizations design work for learning. They believe in transforming teacher learning and practice to ensure that students in priority groups learn rigorous content and thrive in equitable schools.

They will be empowered to work across RPPL’s ecosystem members (RPPL central, members, affiliates, researchers, funders, and district partners) to build RPPL into a sustainable organization that serves the field in improving PL.

The founding Director of Operations, Finance, & Strategy oversees and runs the day-to-day operations of RPPL and all of its projects and endeavors. “Operations” includes all aspects of contracting, budgeting, and administrative/personnel policies and procedures. In partnership with RPPL’s Executive Director, they will help lead all aspects of operations, budget and financial management, fundraising, and communications and external affairs.

The Director of Operations, Finance, & Strategy will be personally accountable for fundraising aligned to research plans, ecosystem management (including coordination among parties), budget management, ecosystem cultivation (including recruitment of new affiliates, members, researchers, and funders), and communications. They will be empowered to work across RPPL’s ecosystem members to build RPPL into a sustainable organization that serves the field in improving PL.

The Annenberg Institute is seeking a postdoctoral research associate for a two‐year fellowship (one-year renewable) to join a diverse community of scholars committed to educational equity and improvement. The post-doctoral associate will participate in collaborative research activities with our affiliated faculty, including Jesse Bruhn, John B. Diamond, Matthew Kraft, Nathaniel Schwartz, Lindsay Page, John Papay and others, on issues related to US PK-16 education policy. We seek fellows with interests in developing and applying their skills in rigorous education policy analysis. Applicants should have a substantive interest and experience doing quantitative (and/or mixed method and qualitative) research in PK-16 issues. The Department is especially interested in qualified candidates who can contribute, through their research, teaching, and/or service, to the diversity and excellence of the academic community.