Please check back periodically for updates. The following opportunities are currently available:
Chief Executive Officer
With a bold and ambitious goal to ensure students are career and future ready, Washington STEM seeks nominations and applications for a new CEO to work closely with board and staff as the organization implements its next strategic plan in support of a shared 2030 vision for Washington state. The new CEO will refine Washington STEM’s vision and direction for greater impact, championing the next strategic plan with the relationship building savvy and policy expertise to move toward systems change that ensures STEM and career readiness pipelines for the jobs of tomorrow. S/he/they will leverage a talented team, committed board, and strong networks with a clear articulation of how to move change for students farthest from STEM access and achievement to ensure the systems and resources support them to achieve their dreams.
For more details regarding this opportunity, including a full position description and application instructions, please see the complete job description found here: Chief Executive Officer Position Description
Washington STEM is seeking a Program Coordinator. This role will be responsible for a broad range of support functions in service of Washington STEM’s programmatic areas of early learning, K-12, and career pathways. The Program Coordinator works to integrate services, including data and policy support, to ensure coordinated support for Washington STEM’s partners across the programmatic areas. This position requires the ability to anticipate needs, think critically, and offer solutions to problems with a high level of professionalism.
For more details regarding this opportunity, including a full position description and application instructions, please see the complete job description found here: Program Coordinator Position Description
Washington STEM is an Equal Opportunity Employer who cares deeply about its staff and prohibits discrimination and harassment of any kind. Employment decisions at Washington STEM are based on organizational needs, job requirements, and individual qualifications without regard to race, color, national origin, gender identity, age, transgender status, religion or belief, family or parental status, or any other status protected by the law.