Career Corner: A May 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 careers site. (Also: check out our Talent Network! See the note at the bottom of this post.)

Featured Jobs for May

  • eCMS Architect
  • Supply Chain Strategy Analyst
  • Independent Reading Product Marketing Manager (Scholastic Education)
  • Foundational Skills Product Marketing Manager (Scholastic Education)

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:

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.

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.

Responsibilities: 

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.

Independent Reading Product Marketing Manager (Scholastic Education)

The Independent Reading Product Manager is responsible for the creation, management, and delivery of PreK-6 individual paperback titles and collections marketing strategy and collateral for Grades PreK-6 Scholastic Education product lines. The Independent Reading Product Manager will create and conduct sales presentations for internal clients, manager field communication plan, and must have 5+ years experience managing and marketing to the independent reading space.

Responsibilities include: 

  • Demonstrate understanding of assigned disciplines including core and supplemental products as well as technology associated with such products.
  • Work with Account Executives to understand client needs and transfer this knowledge to pre-sales, sales, and post-sales environments.
  • Create and communicate marketing strategy to internal and external clients (field sales) 
  • Manage, create, traffic, and present marketing collateral in both and digital formats from product brochures, websites, email, and field support.

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

Foundational Skills Product Marketing Manager (Scholastic Education)

The Foundational Skills Product Manager is responsible for the creation, management, and delivery of K-2 Foundational Skills marketing strategy and collateral for Grades K-2 Scholastic Education product lines. The Foundational Skills Product Manager will create and conduct sales presentations and provide implementation support, as determined by the Director of Marketing and the VP of Field Training. This role will also partner with channel marketing to design campaigns, create promotions with tele-sales and field sales, and all marketing/sales channels. 

Responsibilities include: 

  • Demonstrate understanding of assigned disciplines including core and supplemental products as well as technology associated with such products.

  • Work with Account Executives to understand client needs and transfer this knowledge to pre-sales, sales, and post-sales environments.
  • Create and communicate marketing strategy to internal and external clients (field sales)

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

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