Partnership Manager, Math

Posted by
Teaching Lab
Washington, DC
Published 14 days ago

Partnership Manager, Math for a 40-employee (and growing) remote education non-profit providing professional learning to K-12 educators nationally

Type of Vacancy: Salaried, full-time

Start date: Immediate

Location: Remote/home office anywhere in the United States

Reports to: Director of Partnerships, Math

Compensation: Starting salary is $80,000, with comprehensive benefits. Salary is commensurate with experience.

Teaching Lab is an equal-opportunity employer committed to reflecting the diversity of the students we serve. We pursue equity as both a means and an end and enthusiastically welcome candidates of all backgrounds to apply for this role.


The Partnership Manager, Math will manage the implementation of Teaching Lab’s partner portfolio projects and lead high-quality, curriculum-aligned professional learning experiences for teachers in schools implementing Eureka Math K-12 curriculum, EngageNY K-8 math curriculum or Illustrative Mathematics  K-12 curriculum, using Teaching Lab’s model for professional learning.Eligible candidates must have strong expertise in relationship and partnership development, leading professional learning for educators, project management, as well as the knowledge of high-quality math curriculum and the Common Core or similar College- and Career-Ready state standards. Ideal candidates will also have experience managing complex grant-funded projects with multiple partners.

 Above all, this candidate must have a demonstrated commitment to racial and educational equity. This position has high potential for both large-scale impact and career growth.


Teaching Lab is a nonprofit organization with a mission to fundamentally shift the paradigm of teacher professional learning to achieve educational equity. We envision a world where teachers and students thrive together in communities that enable life-long learning and meaningful lives. In partnership with teachers, we transform professional learning from the ground up to dramatically improve student outcomes. We also work with school, district, and state leaders to create the instructional systems necessary to support these changes. To learn more about Teaching Lab, explore our website at


The Partnership Manager, Math will engage in the following: 

  1. Engage with district and school leadership in partner school systems to build their knowledge of research-based professional learning practices, and high-quality curriculum
  2. Internalize complex components of grant funded proposals and support the alignment of grant requirements with professional learning scope and sequence to create and lead the execution of project plans
  3. Manage complex partnerships with Effectively lead external and internal communications, including 1:1, small and large group settings, virtual meetings, and presentations, with key stakeholders from multiple organizations
  4. Gain a deep understanding of the district’s, school’s, and philanthropic partner’s context in order to inform the scope and implementation of the work
  5. Support business development with current partners by crafting scopes of work that extend partner relationships over time
  6. Communicate effectively with partners, and execute logistics to support onsite professional learning
  7. Effectively lead professional learning sessions for educators that deepen pedagogical content knowledge of the high-quality curriculum through Teaching Lab’s model for professional learning
  8. Ensure that all facilitators are prepared and staffed to onsite projects in a timely manner, and professional learning materials are contextualized for the partner and up to date
  9. Lead through a lens of racial equity to coach, support, and develop a cohort of 2-10 part-time facilitators as they provide on-site implementation of Teaching Lab’s work in each school
  10. Lead high-level project management across Teaching Lab’s portfolio of high-quality curriculum projects, including working with the Director of Partnerships to staff sites, and Director of Special Projects to develop facilitators’ knowledge and skills


Education, Work Experience, and Knowledge 

  • Bachelor’s degree
  • Minimum five years experience working in PK-12 education
  • Minimum of 2 years teaching experience with PK-12 students from traditionally underserved backgrounds with demonstrated evidence of impact
  • Deep knowledge and experience with Common Core or College- and Career-Ready math content and practice standards
  • Deep understanding of the specified curriculum, including its design and component parts 
  • Experience facilitating impactful professional learning for educators
  • Experience leading relationships with clients and stakeholders in an education context
  • Experience managing complex partnerships or projects (preferred)
  • Experience supporting grant funded projects (preferred)

Values, Skills, and Competencies

  • Deep commitment to Teaching Lab’s organizational mission and values, racial equity, and educational equity for traditionally underserved students 
  • Strong commitment to growth mindset for both adults and students, and a desire to work collaboratively to grow team skills and capabilities 
  • Exceptional interpersonal skills, able to build rapport quickly and drive collaboration
  • Outstanding communication and organizational skills
  • Superior critical thinking and creative problem-solving capabilities, including a self-starting entrepreneurial approach to difficult problems
  • Ability to form credible and lasting relationships with the facilitators, teachers, school leaders, and district leaders 
  • Compelling communication and influence skills


All roles at Teaching Lab are contingent on business needs.

Teaching Lab offers a comprehensive benefits package for full-time salaried employees, including: medical, dental, and vision; a 401(k) program with a 4% employer match; short-term life, long-term life, disability, and worker’s compensation insurance; flexible health spending accounts; technology equipment; monthly technology reimbursement; and generous time off and leave policies.

This position is eligible for remote work anywhere in the continental United States, and may require some travel (quarterly) when travel resumes. 


You can apply for the Partnership Manager, Math role here. Additional questions may be directed to

Applications are reviewed on a rolling basis; it is in your interest to apply as soon as possible.

Partnership Manager, Math for a 40-employee (and growing) remote education non-profit providing professional learning to K-12 educators nationally

Type of Vacancy: Salaried, full-time

Start date: Immediate

Location: Remote/home office…

Details at a Glance

  • Time Commitment
    Full Time Schedule
  • Start Date
    May 10, 2021
  • Education
    4-Year Degree Required
  • Professional Level


At least $80,000


Work may be performed anywhere in United States
Associated Location
PO Box 73008, Washington, DC 20056

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