Careers at NEASC


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Welcome and thank you for your interest. Our team is expanding and we are looking for talented applicants with an interest in service and education. We are currently accepting applications for the position(s) listed below.

But first, a little about us...
We are a dedicated group of professionals committed to supporting students around the world by helping schools create high-quality educational experiences and sustainable improvement and growth. The schools we serve represent many different communities, languages, and perspectives and at the core of our work is a deep respect for the unique culture of each. We believe a sense of belonging is foundational for effective learning and thus encourage individuals from varied backgrounds who embrace diversity to apply.  Please take a moment to read NEASC’s Equity Vision

In addition to working with a passionate team of colleagues, NEASC offers a comprehensive benefits package including health and dental coverage, flexible spending accounts, ample paid time off, and a generous retirement plan.

We are headquartered in Lowell, Massachusetts, USA but also have a partially distributed team that spans four continents in order to better serve the schools we work with around the world. Committed to a work/life balance, we offer staff a hybrid work schedule, with specific remote and on-site office hours determined by each department.

NEASC is an Equal Opportunity Employer (EOE).

Current Job Openings

Associate Director for Accreditation and School Improvement - Public Schools

The Associate Director for Accreditation and School Improvement will coordinate, oversee, and support the Association’s Accreditation process through engagement with school leaders, school visits, on-site school support, and related professional assistance activities. Additional responsibilities include development of policies, procedures, and protocol revisions, assisting with the planning of commission meetings, overseeing school accreditation visits, and conducting workshops, as well as providing support for schools implementing individual school improvement plans. The Associate Director for Accreditation and School Improvement will be assigned other NEASC-wide responsibilities in both accreditation and professional assistance capacities. 

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Educational Accreditation Coordinator

The Educational Accreditation Coordinator will perform administrative duties, providing high-level support to facilitate the accreditation process through data management, assembling and managing team visits, communications with all visit stakeholders, and participate in ongoing process improvement. Knowledge of the accreditation process and team management is not required. Training will be provided. 

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International Accreditation Leader

The International Accreditation Leader (IAL) will support NEASC’s accreditation work specifically with schools using the Collaborative Learning Protocol (CLP), a unified accreditation protocol in partnership with the International Baccalaureate. This contracted, non-employee position will partner with existing staff to support current and anticipated growth of the CLP among NEASC schools worldwide with an initial focus on international schools. The ideal candidate will have significant leadership experience in an IB school, school consulting or coaching experience, workshop/training experience, a passion for student-centered education, and experience using the NEASC ACE Learning Protocol and/or aligning to its transformational philosophy. 

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Application instructions (submission deadline: March 1, 2023):

  • Complete the online applicant information form  
  • Email the following as attachments to
    • letter of introduction (2 pages max)
    • resume (2 pages max), including phone, email, mailing address and work history

Program Coordinator

The Program Coordinator will support NEASC’s accreditation work with a primary focus on the Collaborative Learning Protocol (CLP), a unified accreditation protocol in partnership with the International Baccalaureate. The Program Coordinator will be the main point of contact for the administrative aspects related to the effective functioning of the CLP while serving both domestic and international schools, coordinating processes with several offices of our partner agency, and supporting the CLP team in reaching collective goals for efficiency and growth. Candidates are not required to have previous experience with accreditation processes; training will be provided.

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Technical Support Specialist

The Technical Support Specialist will be a utility player and will provide a range of technical support services in this small (< 50 person) non-profit organization.

The ideal candidate will have:

  • Experience providing technical support across a range of technical disciplines, as well as superior “soft” skills working with a range of customers or users.
  • A strong desire to learn and expand on their current skills.
  • A proactive work style – addresses current issues and tasks, as well as identifies opportunities for improvements or efficiencies.

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