Update: Both positions have been filled (7/31/23)

Our team is expanding! You can find brief overviews of our two open positions below with full job description links. Applications are encouraged prior to May 19, 2023, and will be considered on a rolling basis until the position is filled.

CA LMI Program Manager. This position is primarily responsible for managing the CA LMI program giving detailed attention to program strategy, project coordination, and program implementation. This role will work closely with labor-management teams to problem-solve and learn collaboration strategies and facilitate professional learning opportunities. This work will lead the operational components of the CA LMI program which will include contracting with districts and county offices, business operations such as oversight of invoices and payments, and tracking of participants and teams. The goal of the CA LMI is to make labor-management partnership an integral part of improving public schools and advancing equity in California. Since 2015 the CA LMI has convened over 175 district and county labor-management teams across California to advance collaboration and continuous improvement through peer learning networks and training.


CA STEAM Initiatives Program Manager. This position is responsible for leading the operations, project management, and execution of the Computer Science Educator Workforce Investment Grant that will expand Computer Science professional learning opportunities throughout the state of California. This role will lead the financial and operational components of this project which will include contracting with partner organizations, business operations such as oversight of invoices and payments, processing stipend payments to participating educators, supporting the operational needs of the professional learning offerings, and grant reporting. This role requires liaising with our grant partners at the Sacramento County Office of Education (SCOE), the San Bernardino County Superintendent of Schools, and the University of California Los Angeles (UCLA) as well as many stakeholders from the Computer Science for California (CS4CA) coalition. The role will also directly interact with each region in California’s Statewide System of Support to implement regional computer science professional learning opportunities.