The Mastery Transcript Consortium (MTC) is a collective of independent — and soon public — schools organized around the development and dissemination of an alternative model of assessment, crediting, and transcript design. Over the next decade, the MTC hopes to change the relationship between preparation for college and college admissions for the betterment of students. We seek individuals to join our staff who are entrepreneurial in spirit, impatient with the educational status quo, and agile amid change. MTC is an equal opportunity employer and welcomes candidates from diverse backgrounds.
Join Our Staff
MTC is growing! Interested in joining our team? We invite you to follow the instructions to apply. Open positions are listed below. Please check back often, as openings change throughout the year.
The executive director will be a full-time, permanent position beginning in Summer 2018–or sooner, if possible. S/he will report to the MTC’s Board, currently comprised of education leaders. The executive director will be responsible for carrying out the Consortium’s mission; working with the Board to envision, plan, and implement the initial stages of the Consortium and its future growth; directing the goals and activities of Consortium staff; and producing regular reports and feedback on the Consortium’s operations. In the first few years it is anticipated that the Board will significantly contribute to fundraising efforts, thus enabling the executive director to focus on organizational strategy and leadership. View the announcement.
The full-time project coordinator will work closely with the leadership team and member schools to advance key initiatives and priorities. The position will help to support a range of projects, and contribute to other MTC efforts and partnerships where useful. Reporting to the executive director, the project coordinator will assist on a variety of tasks, including project coordination, event planning, administrative functions, and other tasks as necessary. We seek a high-energy candidate who is comfortable with change and ambiguity and is eager to grow with the organization by taking on a variety of tasks as they arise. Interested candidates should send a cover letter and resume to Patricia Russell at firstname.lastname@example.org as soon as possible. The search will remain open until the position is filled.