ASCD empowers educators to achieve excellence in learning, teaching, and leading so that every child is healthy, safe, engaged, supported, and challenged. Comprising 113,000 members—superintendents, principals, teachers, and advocates from more than 127 countries—the ASCD community also includes 67 affiliate organizations.
Our diverse, nonpartisan membership is our greatest strength, projecting a powerful, unified voice to decision makers around the world.
ASCD's Core Values
- Caring: We appreciate differences in people and thoughts. We demonstrate integrity, decency, humanity, honesty, and good faith in all our interactions.
- Courageous: We are bold and unafraid to share new and non-traditional ideas. We are strong enough to debate professionally for or against a position about which we are passionate. We are brave enough to hold one another accountable to our focus on ASCD's priorities, commitments, excellence, and mission.
- Creative: We think and act creatively with a focus on relevance. We embody a collaborative spirit that moves us beyond organizational boundaries and thinking. We lead each other to transformative ideas and solutions.
Our employees are our greatest asset. We have approximately 120 employees working within our two divisions: Office of Integrated Services, Programs and Partnerships and Office of Administrative and Business Services. Our talented, knowledgeable, and dedicated workforce produces exciting work every single day. ASCD provides excellent benefits and an energizing environment that fosters employee engagement, skills development, and career growth. We work in a state-of-the-art facility near the established Winkler Botanic Preserve in Alexandria, VA. We are close to I-395 and accessible to the Pentagon Metro station via the free Mark Center shuttle, which stops right at our front door rain or shine. We invite you to join us. How could you fit in?
This position is responsible for providing high-level project management services for the portfolio of projects within the Office of Administrative and Business Services in support of the organization's mission. Working at the direction of the Chief Financial Officer, this role drives the implementation and integration of project initiatives within the division and across the organization as applicable.
Additionally, this position is responsible for all aspects of facility and property management, including environmental health and safety, lease management as well as maintenance, construction and renovations, building furniture, fixtures, equipment, building systems and grounds. This position also provides supervisory oversight of staff and vendors such as security, vending, engineering, and facility services. This position has a high degree of responsibility in the area of facilities management, including fiscal management, capital projects, internal communications, space planning, and disaster recovery planning.
This position manages all K-12 direct sales activities in the Mid-Atlantic Territory and is responsible for achieving yearly sales targets by developing a strategic regional action plan, including tactics and milestones. This position is responsible for meeting with K-12 customer decision-makers, developing sales opportunity pipeline, tracking and reporting market trends and sales progress, writing proposals and contracts, monitoring customer satisfaction and closing sales.