Thank you for your interest in current opportunities at SEN. Our team is comprised of experienced school and district leaders who are dedicated to increasing underserved students’ access to quality education. Our goal is to help school districts create “reset” opportunities and develop home-grown and self-sustaining leadership pipelines that can drive rapid improvements in student achievement. SEN believes that even historically struggling districts are home to talented educators who, when properly recognized, organized, and developed, have great potential to lead transformative change. 


Our Benefits


SEN will pay for 90% to 100% of employee-only medical, dental and vision coverage with a well-known, national health care provider, and will subsidize 85% of costs for an employee's spouse, and/or children. Through our partnership with Little Bird, our staff can choose from a menu of rich PPO, EPO and HSA plans that are normally only available to employees of large companies. We also offer flexible spending accounts for medical and dependent care expenses.


SEN offer highly competitive salaries that recognize the caliber and depth of experience of our world class staff.  We also offer a 401(k) retirement plan, and will match one dollar for every dollar contributed, up to 6% of a staff member’s regular earnings.


All SEN staff is immediately eligible to accrue 20 vacation days annually, in addition to 5 paid personal/sick days. We also offer generous paid parental leave for new mothers and fathers.



SEN offers 100% employer-paid life and disability insurance, pre-tax commuter benefits, as well as other wellness incentives and perks.


We prioritize promoting from within,  and encourage our staff to seek professional development opportunities, including conferences, trainings, courses and professional memberships.



These steps depict our typical process, but your experience may vary based on your role. We carefully design each phase of the hiring process to provide you opportunities to demonstrate your abilities to thrive in the role, while remaining as efficient as possible. 


Program Director - The Program Director (PD) coaches aspiring and current principals and teacher leaders to develop their instructional expertise, management skills, and personal leadership capacity.

Program Director: School Culture Coach - The Program Director (PD) for school culture coaches aspiring and current principals and deans of students to develop their expertise in leading joyful schools predicated on relationship-building and progressive responses to unwanted student behaviour.

Director of Program Operations - The Director of Program Operations will be an integral member to the central office team, who works across programs to ensure the successful recruitment and selection of transformational leaders for our leadership programs. This individual will also work closely with contract leads and the Sr. Director of Program Operations to develop the systems and structures to support the launch and sustainability of our programs