Learning Partnerships Specialist

East Falmouth, MA, US
Mar 31, 2021
Posting of Vacancy

Learning Partnerships Specialist

March 31, 2021

This is a twelve month position with flexible scheduling opportunities to accommodate night and weekend meetings and events.

  • Massachusetts educator licensure as a Supervisor/Director or Principal/Assistant Principal required
  • Bachelor's Degree required (in on of the following fields preferred: science, math, or engineering)
  • Master's Degree in science, math, and/or educational leadership required
  • Minimum of three (3) years of teaching experience in a MA public school district, any level K - 12 required
  • Demonstrated understanding of the principles of curriculum development, Massachusetts curriculum standards, project based learning, assessment, differentiated instruction, and successful teaching experiences with students of all abilities
  • Excellent organizational and communication skills
  • Ability to effectively present information
  • Ability to work cooperatively with peers
  • Ability to effectively manage multiple projects simultaneously
  • Such other qualifications as the Superintendent of Schools may deem acceptable and appropriate


Under the supervision of the Assistant Superintendent/Director of Teaching & Learning, the Learning Partnerships Specialist will provide leadership and support in the maintenance and advancement of partnerships that serve teaching and learning in the Falmouth Public Schools. Working directly with partners, students, instructional leaders, teachers, coaches, specialists, and support staff, the Learning Partnerships Specialist will guide the development, alignment, review, refinement, and communication essential to our learning partnerships as they support and enrich the District's curricula.
  • Nurture and sustain relationships with advisory members, liaisons, community partners;
  • Nurture and sustain relationships with current partners (i.e., individuals, agencies, and institutions);
  • Seek and secure new partners;
  • Secure, plan, coordinate, and/or facilitate professional learning necessary to educate faculty, staff, families, and community members about the partnership and its contributions to our world class learning opportunities;
  • Assist in the development and maintenance of reporting systems for the monitoring of student performance, achievement, and growth over time as related to partnership initiatives;
  • Assist educators, instructional leaders, and administrators, with horizontal and vertical articulation of curriculum frameworks and instructional programs derived from the partnership;
  • Assist with organization of learning activities and facilitation of ongoing partnership initiatives related to teaching and learning;
  • Contribute to the writing, implementation, and evaluation of grants and special projects to include the development of such projects that are possible through state or federal legislation, local or cooperative efforts, and/or grants;
  • Manage spending and other related requirements related to awarded grants;
  • Update district web pages related to the partnership with adherence to accessibility guidelines;
  • Assist in the development of and provide feedback regarding learning experiences for students as well as educators;
  • Research and recommend instructional strategies, interventions, and various tools to aid the instructional process based upon best practices;
  • Assist with the overall evaluation of curriculum programs and develop and/or support strategies for growth;
  • Assist with the confirmation and placement of partners and presenters in classrooms and at school and district events;
  • Facilitate the collaboration between as well as collaborate with educators and partners in regards to the development, alignment, organization, and facilitation of student learning experiences in outdoor classrooms on school campuses, living classrooms across the community, and community agencies;
  • Remain current with new developments in science learning, interdisciplinary connections, and engaging opportunities for students to apply learning. Methods for remaining current include readings, conferences, and other means of professional learning;
  • Disseminate information to colleagues and partners in a timely manner;
  • Engage with families and community members about current as well as new initiatives; and
  • Conduct other duties and responsibilities as directed by the Assistant Superintendent/Director of Teaching & Learning.

Salary: Commensurate with education and experience

Application: Please apply until filled to:

Falmouth Public Schools: https://www.falmouth.k12.ma.us/employment

#AdminLPSpecialist22-1 Lori Duerr, Ed.D. Superintendent of Schools


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