Career Corner: A June Roundup of Scholastic Jobs

Julia Graeper  //  Jun 8, 2017

Career Corner: A June Roundup of Scholastic Jobs

This month, Scholastic has some new job postings highlighted as part of our regular "Career Corner" series. Perhaps you'd be the right fit for one! As always, you can also check our LinkedIn page and our brand-new Career site. (Also: check out our Talent Network! See the note at the bottom of this post.)

Featured Jobs for June

  • Marketing Manager (Professional Learning, Scholastic Education)

  • Literacy Specialist 

  • Supply Chain Strategy Analyst

  • eCMS Architect

Marketing Manager (Professional Learning, Scholastic Education)

The Marketing Manager’s primary responsibility is the development and implementation of FACE/LS Professional Learning marketing plans. Includes website development and management, direct mail, print and digital advertising, social media marketing, and email marketing. The Marketing Manager must have the ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously. The position does not have any direct reports, but coordinates work within the department’s staff. The Marketing Manager also works with outside vendors and other departments within Scholastic Education.

How you can fit:

Any combination equivalent to, but not limited to, the following:

  • Demonstrated project management skills, including planning, scheduling, budget maintenance and problem solving skills
  • Strong presentation and facilitation skills
  • Flexible and resourceful - able to react to change transparently in presentation environment
  • Ability to establish rapport with K12 customers, dynamic and energetic sales team, and senior manage

To view the complete job description, including additional responsibilities and desired qualifications, click here.

Literacy Specialist

Our Education Division is seeking to hire an energetic part-time Literacy Specialist (per diem) with deep knowledge and experience with balanced literacy, guided reading, literacy stations, and the 6+1 Traits of Writing. The primary role of the Literacy Specialist is to deliver literacy-based professional learning to district partners across the region.

Responsibilities include:

  • Facilitate professional learning using adult learning methodologies to support best practices in Guided Reading and writing instruction

  • Deliver professional learning and coach classroom teachers and coaches on balanced literacy practices and instructional strategies, guided reading in particular

  • Support classroom teachers in building content knowledge and understanding their role in the implementation process

  • Provide feedback as part of the coaching cycle to pinpoint areas of progress as well as development opportunities 

  • Maintain highest degree of expertise in literacy instruction and Scholastic product knowledge

  • Communicate regularly with project managers about the ongoing professional learning needs of the district

  • Maintain professional relationships with districts

  • Cultivate and maintain relationships with team and partners

To view the complete job description, including additional responsibilities and desired qualifications, click here.

Supply Chain Strategy Analyst

The Supply Chain Strategy Analyst is responsible for complex reporting and analysis to support the supply planning, demand planning and manufacturing organizations.


The person in this position is responsible for complex SQL scripting, creation of SSIS packages and supporting a robust library of operational reports. The Analyst works closely with other systems teams to ensure that enhancements, upgrades and implementations are successfully deployed.

With experience and acquired business acumen, the Analyst can grow to provide analysis that supports the department’s strategic goals, making data-driven process improvement recommendations.

To view the complete job description, including additional responsibilities and desired qualifications, click here.

eCMS Architect

The eCMS Architect/Developer position is a dual-role opportunity in which the optimal candidate started out as a developer building state of the art scalable performant systems and over their career, evolved into an architect that was given responsibility of designing the systems as well. The candidate will be spending half their time as architect and other half as developer. As the eCMS Engineer, the candidate will be responsible for continuous development, improvement and operation of multiple Enterprise Content Management systems. This role needs to be filled by an engineer that will execute best practices (CI, CCO, ATDD, BDD) as well as leverage their experience in the CMS/DAM space, preferably OpenText products (MM/BPM).


Responsibilities include architecting and developing new APIs (a key part of the eCMS strategy), workflow solutions, and integrations with third party tools. Our mission is to streamline the way in which our business partners do their work and to promote the discoverability and reuse of digital content across the organization.

To view the complete job description, including additional responsibilities and desired qualifications, click here.

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