Education Partnerships Manager
Job Details
Remote - Remote,
Fully Remote
Up to 50%

Are you ready to make a difference?  MIND Research Institute, the creators of ST Math, is looking for a highly effective Education Partnerships Manager. Our Education Partnerships Manager will be responsible for working with schools and districts in their assigned territory to provide practical solutions utilizing the MIND Research Institute curriculum programs. 

The Education Partnerships team works together to broaden and deepen our partnership base across the U.S. so that more children can access our proven approach to learning and teaching math. Our team works to increase the number of states, school districts, schools and students implementing ST Math.

Do you have what it takes to join our team?

  • Do you have a passion for math education, and want an active role in inspiring change?
  • Are your communication skills stellar, and do you know how to ask the right questions to help schools and districts solve their challenges?
  • Do you work proactively, anticipating needs before they arise?
  • Do you know how to bring solutions to the table for a variety of stakeholder levels, how to defend your ideas, and how to give and receive productive feedback?
  • Do you have the perseverance to do whatever it takes to reach your goals and objectives?
  • Does your work reflect your commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion?

Did you answer, “Yes!” or even, “Absolutely!” to all of the above?  Great! Let’s get down to specifics.

Our ideal candidate will:

  • Proactively promote the MIND Research Institute programs to school districts & schools (primarily district-level sales; mostly public and especially elementary & middle schools).
  • Presenting and demonstrating the programs to potential customers and ensuring that they understand MIND’s educational approach, program benefits, supporting research, and implementation requirements.
  • Write and submit proposals to district personnel for the purchase of the programs and securing the order.
  • Ensuring that programs in use during the school year are renewed for the next school year and expanded to the additional grade levels
  • Familiarity with sources of state and federal funding for school purchases and assisting schools in applying for or redirecting this funding
  • Exhibiting and promoting MIND Research programs at educational conferences in the region
  • Preparing weekly and monthly reports on the prospect pipeline and the status of each prospect for review by MIND management
  • Achieving and exceeding quarterly and annual revenue goals
  • Dedication to being a life-long learner and persistent problem solver focused on achieving MIND’s Mission


  • Successful experience selling educational software and materials at the district level
  • At least five years successful experience working in educational solutions or services
  • At least five years of experience selling at the school district level in the assigned territory
  • Excellent oral and written skills
  • Excellent technical skills with CRMs, presentation tools, Office Suite, social media, etc
  • Demonstrated ability to maintain meaningful business relationships with school districts
  • Knowledge of competitive education software products
  • Detailed knowledge of K-8 math state standards, testing and accountability requirements in the assigned territory
  • Bachelor’s Degree
  • Ideally located in the Phoenix area

After reading about the opportunity on our team, are you more excited than you were before? If so, this probably also means that you have experience in Education Technology Sales.  More importantly, you are extremely comfortable with the tools of the trade.

This position must reside in Arizona and reports to the Regional Vice President. It is also important to be comfortable turning on your webcam to build a rapport, even from a distance. This role will likely require a bit of travel, up to 50%.

Want to learn more about our innovative approach? Watch our Co-founder Dr. Matthew Peterson discuss Teaching Without Words at the TEDx OrangeCoast event