Careers at OEA

Director of Education Policy Research and Member Advocacy (EPRMA) – HQ

[Click here for the full posting] The Ohio Education Association (OEA) is seeking a Director of Education Policy Research and Member Advocacy (EPRMA) to lead the advancement and implementation of the OEA’s mission and strategic goals involving local and state advocacy for members’ professional and economic well-being and the continuing improvement of public education. This position is based in Columbus, Ohio.

Labor Relations Consultant (LRC) – Howland, OH

[Click here for the full posting] The Ohio Education Association (OEA) is seeking a Labor Relations Consultant. The ideal candidate approaches labor relations consulting from an organizing perspective and is able to demonstrate effective skills in member advocacy and collective bargaining, community engagement, and political action. In addition, a candidate needs to understand public education and professional issues. This position is based in Howland, Ohio.

Media Relations Consultant – HQ

[Click here for the full posting] The Ohio Education Association (OEA) is seeking a Media Relations Coordinator (UniServ Media Relations Consultant) to provide assistance to governance and staff in dealing with media and help to promote the Association as spokesperson for public education in Ohio. The Consultant coordinates the Association work with broadcast and print media; writes news releases on assignment; and works to establish an ongoing working relationship with appropriate state media, including membership in media organizations. This position is based in Columbus, Ohio.

Benefits Overview and Application Information

This is a bargaining unit position that offers outstanding benefits to employees and eligible family members, including health, dental and vision insurance; retirement plan and 401(k); paid vacation and sick leave, and paid holidays. OEA provides liberal training and professional development opportunities and a year-long mentoring program for new employees. Interested candidates should e-mail a cover letter and resume to hr@ohea.org or send by mail to: OEA, Attn: HR, P. O. Box 2550, Columbus, OH 43216. Some positions require additional steps such as sharing a portfolio demonstrating individual experience with each of the competencies outlined in the full posting(s).

The OEA is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer

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Page Updated February 7, 2020

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