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We would like to invite you to “Discover an A+ Career in Education” at the Illinois ​State Board of Education. Become a part of the transformation in education in the state. We are looking for innovative thinkers and visionaries, which will foster change to ensure that every child, from cradle to career, succeeds in Illinois.

Below you will find all of the current opportunities that are available​ at the Illinois State Board of Education.  You can choose to browse all opportunities or utilize the filters on the left to narrow down your choi​ces! ​​​​

Governor's Office of Early Childhood Development Career Opportunities


The Governor’s Office of Early Childhood Development (GOECD) leads the state’s initiative to create an integrated system of quality early learning and development programs to support Illinois’ vision: 
We envision Illinois as a place where every young child – regardless of race, ethnicity, income, language, geography, ability, immigration status, or other circumstance – receives the strongest possible start to life so they grow up safe, healthy, happy, ready to succeed, and eager to learn.


Cover Letters and Resumes should be sent to GOV.OECD@illinois.gov​.​​​

​​​CAREER OPPORTUNITIES​

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Data Strategies Projects Administrator (Projects Administrator #1733)38782 ​​​Reporting to the Director, the Projects Administrator will be responsible for managing projects related to data and system integration and reporting automation; will work with department staff in Data Strategies & Analytics, Software Solutions, and Research to gather requirements, document data duplication, identify solutions, and manage projects to implement approved solutions. 4/23/2020 1:51:35 PMManages data and system integration and reporting automation projects Helps define scope, map dependencies and critical paths Provides updates to management, identifies benchmarks 710https://www.isbe.net/Lists/ISBECareers/AllItems.aspxFalseData Strategies & Analytics1733
Grants and Receivables Processing Specialist (Consultant #1634)71036 ​Reporting to the Director, processes all Title I grant requirements including reallocation and waivers; reconciles quarterly receivables and collects delinquent debt; assists staff in compiling data for the Federal Funding Accountability and Transparency Act as well as the Temporary Assistance for Needy Families Program. 8/31/2020 9:07:39 PMResponsible for assisting with grant administration of the Title I program cluster Assists staff in verifying data elements used in the Title I allocation process and performing a 185https://www.isbe.net/Lists/ISBECareers/AllItems.aspxFalseFunding & Disbursements1634
State-Authorized Charter School Compliance Monitor (Principal Consultant #1736)2171 ​Reporting to the Director, is responsible for compliance monitoring of all state authorized charter schools with respect to charter contract requirements, mandated reports, and performance metrics. Provides analysis and reporting to inform data-based decision making for the annual charter school reporting, charter renewals, and charter school corrective action plans. Acts as coordinator of ISBE charter authorizer communications including website and school contacts. Participates as a member of a team of consultants to service the needs and fulfill all statutory requirements with respect to the entire portfolio of Illinois charter schools. 8/28/2020 3:42:43 PMOversees state authorized charter school compliance requirements with respect to the following, without limitation develops and maintains a portfolio compliance report or 232https://www.isbe.net/Lists/ISBECareers/AllItems.aspxFalseCharter Schools1736
State-Authorized Charter School Performance Monitor (Principal Consultant #1737)12507 ​Reporting to the Director, is responsible for the coordination of activities to monitor the ongoing performance of all state authorized charter schools. Provides data analysis and reporting to inform data-based decision making for the annual charter school performance, charter renewals, and charter school corrective action plans. Participates as a member of a team of consultants to service the needs and fulfill all statutory requirements with respect to the entire portfolio of Illinois charter schools. 8/5/2020 7:35:34 PMOversees and supports accountability and performance monitoring for all state authorized charter schools including, without limitation develops and builds relationships with 439https://www.isbe.net/Lists/ISBECareers/AllItems.aspxFalseCharter Schools1737
Agriculture (Principal Consultant #464)16292 ​Reporting to the Director, provides leadership and consultative services to regional systems for career and technical education; represents Illinois as the state ag advisor; provides federal and state grant/contract management; plans and coordinates professional learning for career and technical education with a focus on agriculture education. 8/5/2020 7:35:37 PMWorks primarily with agriculture education with an emphasis on integration and applications aligned to the Illinois Learning Standards, Industry and Technical Skill Standards 447https://www.isbe.net/Lists/ISBECareers/AllItems.aspxFalseCTE & Innovation464
Grant and Financial Reporting Specialist (Principal Consultant #1729)18324 Reporting to the Director, serves as the primary staff person responsible for the financial oversight of the child nutrition program cluster. On a quarterly basis, reconciles child nutrition receivables for the agency report to Office of the Comptroller and overpayments to the U.S. Department of Agriculture. Responsible for computing district allocations for Titles I, II, IV, V, IDEA Part B Flow Through and Preschool federal programs. Compiles and submits financial reports for the Carl Perkins Vocational and Technical Education grant and the Temporary Assistance for Needy Families program. Serves as the department cashier of all incoming receivables and collects delinquent debt for child nutrition programs. ​ 8/5/2020 7:33:05 PMResponsible for all state and federal child nutrition programs financial functions including, but not limited to, compilation and submission of reports to the U.S. Department of 383https://www.isbe.net/Lists/ISBECareers/AllItems.aspxFalseFunding & Disbursements1729
Program Monitor (Principal Consultant #747)38596 ​Reporting to the Supervisor, performs work ranging from moderate to considerable complexity applying practices and technical expertise in areas of financial management, nutrition and child nutrition programs. (This position will work primarily in Cook, Will, Lake, and DuPage Counties. Residency for this position is required within one of these counties to commence no later than 30 days following the date of hire.) 8/5/2020 7:35:33 PMConducts monitoring reviews of school districts and other administrative entities to determine fiscal and programmatic compliance with program rules, regulations and generally 571https://www.isbe.net/Lists/ISBECareers/AllItems.aspxFalseNutrition747
CTE Specialist and Methods of Administration for Civil Rights (Principal Consultant #1694)38603 ​Reporting to the Director, provides leadership in career and technical education (CTE); develops a working relationship and provides technical assistance to K-12 schools, districts and educators for employment statewide; works cross departmental to coordinate the initiatives of the Illinois State Board of Education; reviews grants; monitors programs; works to increase equity in CTE reform and innovation in career and technical education; plans and coordinates professional development statewide; innovates work with career pathways and programs of study; understands how CTE programs are developed, delivered, maintained and improved within school districts; realigns K-12 CTE programming with state and federal legislation; assists with the research and policy on CTE topics such as work based learning and industry credentials; supports the methods of administration coordinator for the Office of Civil Rights in the reviews. 8/17/2020 1:59:53 PMProvides support for  the methods of administration for the Office of Civil Rights site visits, review and monitoring Provides technical assistance and other support services to 259https://www.isbe.net/Lists/ISBECareers/AllItems.aspxFalseCTE & Innovation1694
Developer/Statistician (Principal Consultant #1336)38635 ​Reporting to the Director, will conceptualize, design, conduct, and collaborate on complex statistical and other quantitative analyses as needed to annually generate and report school summative designations. Will support schools and districts in understanding their data, and develop reports and other data visualizations or tools to assist in data analyses. Will develop models and algorithms to evaluate the effectiveness of the system, or to show the impact of potential changes to indicators or scoring rules. Will write and review business rules, address policy-related issues, projects and studies that assist Agency decision making. This includes theory, design, implementation, analysis, communication of results and other assignments required to comply with state and federal accountability requirements. 8/5/2020 7:35:30 PMWrites SQL code and/or performs computer statistical analysis of large complex data sets and databases using both the data warehouse and using statistical packages (SAS Enterprise 660https://www.isbe.net/Lists/ISBECareers/AllItems.aspxFalseAccountability1336
Monitor (Principal Consultant #554)38636 ​Reporting to the Director, is responsible for the development, implementation and evaluation of programs which impact on the services to students who have or are suspected of a disability; monitors programs; acts as a communication link between various stakeholders and agencies; provides programmatic consultation; and, assists in the overall department facilitation of activities for the purpose of improving educational programs. 8/5/2020 7:35:30 PMServes as team leader and team member on monitoring reviews to local education agencies to ensure compliance with federal and state regulations, including analysis of data 1744https://www.isbe.net/Lists/ISBECareers/AllItems.aspxFalseSpecial Education554

​Illinois State Board of Education provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability or genetics.
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