We're Hiring

As a Partnership teacher, you will receive all the benefits of being an LAUSD employee. In addition, Partnership teachers have access to professional development opportunities, coaching and training above and beyond what is traditionally available in district settings. For those seeking to take the next step in leadership without leaving the classroom, our network-wide teacher leader programs are unparalleled in their support of future leaders.

As a Partnership teacher leader I not only have access to additional resources and professional development opportunities, but I have the privilege of collaborating with amazingly passionate and likeminded educators from across the network. When we come together, we form a dynamic educational think tank that never ceases to push my thinking, add skills to my toolbox and improve my classroom practice.

Kristen Sheline, Math Instructional Coach, Hollenbeck Middle School

Current Openings

Teachers

We know it’s challenging for a teacher to start mid-semester, so the Partnership for LA Schools is offering a $2,000 recruitment incentive for the candidates selected for specific teacher positions:

  • Carver Middle School: two 7th-8th grade multiple subjects positions (one Math/Science and one English/History)
  • Joyner Elementary School: two 5th grade multiple subjects positions

 

Click “Learn More” below to apply! Candidates new to LA Unified must meet the multiple measures of the LAUSD recruitment process. All current employees must meet all district requirements to transfer.

In addition to the recruitment incentive, the hired teachers will also get:

  • Two paid planning days before you start your assignment
  • Instructional coach support throughout the school year
  • Substitute coverage for full day planning (when applicable)
  • Regular new teacher supports

 

Though we are not offering a recruitment incentive for all positions, we have lots of opportunities available and are currently accepting applications for credentialed (or soon-to-be credentialed) candidates in: Multiple Subjects (elementary and middle school), English, Math, Science, Social Studies, Spanish, American Sign Language, P.E., and Special Education K-12.

 

Recruiting and retaining outstanding school leaders is key to our success. Partnership school leaders receive intensive support and coaching that goes beyond what the District provides, including year-round professional development that is aligned for principals and assistant principals. We provide opportunities for leaders across our network of schools to collaborate and share best practices to unstick difficult problems around staffing, facilities, and budgeting. We also provide additional operations support and advocacy to help our schools make the most of their dollars and maximize services for students.

Being a Partnership principal allows me to be an innovative leader who can truly transform the lives of my students and the trajectory of my school.

Katherine Nelson, Principal, 107th Street Elementary School

Current Openings

Assistant Principal, Roosevelt High School

The Partnership is seeking a highly effective, transformational urban instructional leader to drive change and dramatically improve the academic culture and student achievement. The selected candidate will have a proven track record of increasing and accelerating student achievement, as evidenced by performance data, and will be prepared to lead the students, staff, and community toward dramatic academic improvement and success.

The successful candidate will be a committed and entrepreneurial school leader who is excited by the challenge of turning around a struggling school and making a real difference in the lives and future college and career choices of low-income Latino and African American students. S/he will have previously worked in similar schools and will be prepared to accept the complexities and challenges of working with all stakeholders to understand and educate students from this community.

Our work at the Partnership’s home office allows us to support our schools and impact policy change. We help our students access new opportunities, provide operational support to our schools, and help our teachers and leaders improve their craft. Most importantly, our staff is passionately aligned with our mission to transform schools and revolutionize school systems.

The single most important resource needed for us to achieve our mission is TALENT. We need talented individuals who read our mission and immediately sense that it speaks to who they are at their core.

Ian Guidera, Chief Academic Officer

Current Openings

Work-Based Learning Coordinator, Roosevelt High School

The Partnership is seeking a full-time, dynamic and results-driven Work-Based Learning Coordinator (WBLC) to provide strategic support to the Linked Learning Initiative on the campus of Roosevelt High School in Boyle Heights. The WBLC will secure key partners in the health and medical field to provide students with robust career-based opportunities in the health and medical field. The WBLC will report to the Principal of Roosevelt High School.

Manager of Advocacy and Organizing

The Manager of Advocacy & Organizing will be responsible for leading the Partnership for Los Angeles Schools’ advocacy strategies in support of greater equity in our education system. As a member of the policy team reporting to the Director of Policy & Planning, this position will align with and support the Partnership’s policy and system change objectives through community organizing & advocacy. Working through the Partnership’s Parent College, Family Action Teams, school community representatives and community partners, the Manager will organize advocacy campaigns for positive change in the education system. In addition, the Manager will support the Partnership’s systems change objectives through research, policy analysis and strategy.

Research Assistant (part-time)

The Partnership for Los Angeles Schools is looking for a passionate individual to support the successful implementation of the Data and Impact team vision. This is a paid part-time Research Assistant position for approximately 15 – 20 hours a week depending on project need. All work will be completed at the Partnership home office. The hourly salary is $15 an hour.

Research Assistant will assist Partnership team members with various projects ensuring that home office and school site staff have access to data. Duties include:

  • Data management and cleaning
  • Preparing data for reporting
  • Maintaining data spreadsheets from multiple sources
  • Creating data visuals

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