CAREERS

Green Ivy offers staff members competitive salaries and benefits, a collegial and supportive work environment, and support for professional development. We seek educators who view their work as a calling, who work hard and are dedicated to their students, and who expect to continue to grow as professionals. Our ideal staff members have a flexible, team-oriented approach and a clear understanding of how their work supports our overall mission.
Resumes and inquiries are welcome at any time.

We currently have two openings - Instructional Designer/Student Advisor and Part-Time Student Advisor

Instructional Designer/Student Advisor

Green Ivy Educational Consulting is a social enterprise organization committed to expanding equitable opportunities that empower every student to develop their own road map for success.

We are known internationally for our work on executive functioning skills - organization, time-management, prioritization, adaptable thinking. Over the past twenty three years, our small office has changed thousands of lives and is aiming to build out our curriculum and online programming to expand our reach. Our work directly supports our non-profit initiative, Luminaria Learning, designing a three year curriculum to bring our work into schools across the country. Luminaria's Life Navigator School Program recently completed its third year of a pilot program serving 1200 middle school students, with plans to scale and expand.

We are looking for an amazing individual to join our team, and combine work directly with students with instructional design. This job can be part-time (15-20 hours/week) or full-time (32-40 hours/week), and will be based out of our office in downtown Los Altos, near Stanford University. This is an exciting opportunity for someone who enjoys direct work with students, as well as the opportunity to focus on instructional design and content creation, building out elements of our curriculum to help us implement our Life Navigator work in schools.

Our office is located in downtown Los Altos, a few miles from Stanford University, and our work has been featured in the NYTimes, Washington Post, CNBC, Chicago Tribune, ABC News, USA Today, NPR, and others. Our direct work with students combines coaching and mentoring around executive functioning, organization and time-management, social media wellness, and community engagement. Our work improves self-confidence, encourages life-long learning and engagement, and supports overall well-being.

Education and Experience:

  • Bachelor’s degree and 1-3 years of relevant experience providing academic support to middle school or high school students in one or more areas related to learning, such as peer tutoring programs, student development, counseling, teaching, reading and study skills, learning difficulties/disorders/disabilities, advising, and academic coaching education and relevant experience required.
  • Experience with curriculum design, content creation, instructional design, and online learning

Responsibilities:

  • Meet with students on a weekly/twice weekly basis and help students develop executive functioning, study skills and time-management skills, and learn the background for our curriculum (60%)
  • Offer sincere positive reinforcement and encouragement while expecting results
  • Support with curriculum design and development, content creation and building online classes and resources, social media content creation (40%)

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

  • Commitment to creating pathways for opportunity and access for all students
  • Excellent interpersonal skills to identify students’ academic needs, make recommendations, follow-up and clearly and effectively communicate information
  • Genuine interest in making a difference and in supporting sustainable growth and scale
  • Excellent organization and time management skills, experience with Adobe, Canva, LMS systems and/or a willingness to learn
  • Outstanding oral and written communication and problem solving skills
  • Program management abilities, including pitching ideas, coming up with a plan, coordinating logistics, evaluation and assessment
  • Personable, warm and approachable personality, with a solutions-oriented perspective
  • Active, sense of humor, collaborative team player

Compensation:

  • Competitive wage based on experience, full time includes medical insurance, PTO, 401K and profit sharing after eligibility requirements

Important Note: Don’t meet every single requirement? Studies have shown that women and people of color are less likely to apply to jobs unless they meet every single qualification. At Green Ivy Educational Consulting, we are dedicated to building an authentic and inclusive workplace, so if you’re excited about this role but your past experience doesn’t align perfectly with every qualification in the job description, we encourage you to apply anyways. You may be just the right candidate for this or other roles.

To apply, please email your cover letter and resume to info@greenivyed.com

Part-Time Student Advisor (Math, Writing, Executive Functioning Skills)

Green Ivy Educational Consulting is a social enterprise organization committed to expanding equitable opportunities that empower every student to develop their own road map for success.

We are known internationally for our work on executive functioning skills - organization, time-management, prioritization, adaptable thinking. Over the past twenty three years, our small office has changed thousands of lives and is aiming to build out our curriculum and online programming to expand our reach. Our work directly supports our non-profit initiative, Luminaria Learning, designing a three year curriculum to bring our work into schools across the country. Luminaria's Life Navigator School Program recently completed its third year of a pilot program serving 1200 middle school students, with plans to scale and expand.

We are looking for an amazing individual to join our team, and work directly with students  part-time (15-20 hours/week). It will be based out of our office in downtown Los Altos, near Stanford University. This is an exciting opportunity for someone who enjoys direct work with students, as well as the opportunity to focus on instructional design and content creation, building out elements of our curriculum to help us implement our Life Navigator work in schools.

Our office is located in downtown Los Altos, a few miles from Stanford University, and our work has been featured in the NYTimes, Washington Post, CNBC, Chicago Tribune, ABC News, USA Today, NPR, and others. Our direct work with students combines coaching and mentoring around executive functioning, organization and time-management, social media wellness, and community engagement. Our work improves self-confidence, encourages life-long learning and engagement, and supports overall well-being.

Education and Experience:

  • Bachelor’s degree and 1-3 years of relevant experience providing academic support to middle school or high school students in one or more areas related to learning, such as peer tutoring programs, student development, counseling, teaching, reading and study skills, learning difficulties/disorders/disabilities, advising, and academic coaching education and relevant experience required.

Responsibilities:

  • Meet with students on a weekly/twice weekly basis and help students develop executive functioning, study skills and time-management skills, and learn the background for our curriculum
  • Offer sincere positive reinforcement and encouragement while expecting results

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

  • Commitment to creating pathways for opportunity and access for all students
  • Excellent interpersonal skills to identify students’ academic needs, make recommendations, follow-up and clearly and effectively communicate information
  • Genuine interest in making a difference and in supporting sustainable growth and scale
  • Excellent organization and time management skills, experience with Adobe, Canva, LMS systems and/or a willingness to learn
  • Outstanding oral and written communication and problem solving skills
  • Program management abilities, including pitching ideas, coming up with a plan, coordinating logistics, evaluation and assessment
  • Personable, warm and approachable personality, with a solutions-oriented perspective
  • Active, sense of humor, collaborative team player

Compensation:

  • Competitive wage based on experience

Important Note: Don’t meet every single requirement? Studies have shown that women and people of color are less likely to apply to jobs unless they meet every single qualification. At Green Ivy Educational Consulting, we are dedicated to building an authentic and inclusive workplace, so if you’re excited about this role but your past experience doesn’t align perfectly with every qualification in the job description, we encourage you to apply anyways. You may be just the right candidate for this or other roles.

To apply, please email your cover letter and resume to info@greenivyed.com