About Leadership for Educational Equity
Leadership for Educational Equity is a nonprofit leadership development organization inspiring and supporting a network of civic leaders to eradicate the injustice of educational inequity.
Through one-on-one coaching, fellowships, workshops, and resources, LEE works to develop and inspire its members individually and collectively, across all disciplines – as policy makers, advocates, elected leaders and community organizers. LEE membership is free and currently open to all Teach For America corps members and alumni. LEE believes that when a diverse group of leaders, grounded in a commitment to equity, are in leadership roles, they will serve as a transformative force for and with students and communities.
LEE is a diverse team of passionate and talented individuals committed to making a difference. We are a high-growth, results-oriented organization that operates in an entrepreneurial environment deeply invested in continuous improvement. LEE is honored to have been selected as a LATINA Style 50 Award recipient and a “When Work Works” award recipient. We are also an Employer of National Service.
If you would like to become part of our team and join the fight for educational equity, or if you would simply like to learn more, please visit educationalequity.org.
The manager, social media community engagement will build an action-driven, enthusiastic and highly engaged social media following and community on both public and internal/private social channels to drive LEE member success. The manager will bring passion for equity, exceptional creativity and a willingness to build, test and learn in a creative environment while implementing a measurable strategy and plan for LEE’s social media channels, leading to follower growth, digital action taking and engagement. The manager will build and cultivate LEE’s brand voice across social media, communicating with attention to values, LEE members’ commitment to achieving equity and a deep understanding of the politics and community forces facing LEE’s diverse membership. The social media manager will work closely across LEE’s marketing + leadership products and support teams to integrate strategies and plans on an ongoing basis, and work deeply with LEE’s regional teams to develop scalable digital products and strategies that drive action from national and regional social campaigns.
The manager will:
Position Location: Washington, DC, New York preferred. Chicago, Los Angeles, San Francisco also condsidered.
Travel Requirements: 10% for regular team meetings once regular travel resumes
Social Channel content and data management (50%)
Creative digital content development and production (30%)
Cross-team strategy and alignment (10%)
Additional projects as assigned (10%)
Benefits and Pay
Pay for this position is competitive and based upon relevant experience and cost of labor for your location. Please use the following link to learn more about compensation for this position: https://educationalequity.org/applicant-resources#sec3. In addition, LEE offers a comprehensive benefits package that includes health, dental and vision coverage for spouses, families and domestic partners; employer-paid basic life and AD&D insurance and short and long-term disability insurance; a retirement package with employer match; family and parental leave benefits; generous paid time off and an organization-wide winter break between Christmas Day and New Year’s Day.
An Equal-Opportunity Employer with a Commitment to Diversity
Leadership for Educational Equity is proud to be an equal opportunity employer, and as an organization committed to diversity and the perspective of all voices, we consider applicants equally of race, gender, color, sexual orientation, religion, marital status, disability, political affiliation and national origin. We reasonably accommodate staff members and/or applicants with disabilities, provided they are otherwise able to perform the essential functions of the job.
An affirmative action-equal opportunity employer.
The statements in this description represent typical elements, criteria, and general work performed. They are not intended to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills required for the job.
About Leadership for Educational Equity
Leadership for Educational Equity is a nonprofit leadership development organization inspiring and supporting a network of civic leaders to eradicate the injustice of educational inequity…