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Accreditation Officer and Teacher Licensure Specialist

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Fully Remote


Accreditation Officer and Teacher Licensure Specialist (PT)

The Accreditation Officer and Teacher Licensure Specialist supports critical functions necessary for ongoing accreditation standards for the university. This position promotes ethical behavior and awareness and liaises with all regulatory bodies applicable to the university. The Accreditation Officer and Teacher Licensure Specialist are multi-talented professionals knowledgeable in critical areas, including national accreditation standards and requirements (DEAC), state authorization reciprocity agreements (NC-SARA), and individualized teacher licensure and advancement regulations in all 50 states. 

This role manages compliance-related operations for state authorization and institutional accreditation, ensures AOEU meets public disclosure and consumer information requirements and develops and maintains documentation for state authorization and institutional accreditation. This position works collaboratively both vertically and horizontally within the university to ensure best practices are conducted and upheld and advises the team on a range of regulatory matters.


Structured as a remote part-time, hourly position. This position will report to the Chief Academic Officer.

This position is eligible to remote work from the following locations: USA.

Who We Are 

We have been a 100% remote company since the beginning! 


We grow amazing teachers by providing rigorous, relevant, and engaging professional development at every stage of their careers.

The Details 


Accreditation Management

  • Develop, train, and monitor comprehensive accreditation-related operations.

  • Ensure appropriate policies for all regulatory bodies are established, maintained, and well-documented.

  • Own and manage all compliance review processes, including annual reviews and self-evaluation reports (SER).

  • Oversee operations related to institutional effectiveness.

  • Serve as a liaison for all accreditation-related correspondence, assessment cycles, and site visits.

  • Manages the graduate catalog and student agreements. 

  • Develop and implement auditing processes to maintain compliance with student records, policies, communication, and the website.

  • Other projects as assigned. 

Teacher Licensure State Liason

  • Monitor and complete all state-specific reporting requirements related to accreditation and state authorization.

    • Iowa College Aid

    • NC-SARA

    • California authorization 

  • Maintain and update the state map and keep all relevant team members informed and trained. 

  • Manage state-level preferred provider applications and renewals.

  • Assist with district-level RFPs.


  • Strong attention to detail.

  • Strong project management skills.

  • Knowledgeable of state, regional, and national accreditation standards.

  • Strong sense of ethics and code of conduct.

  • Highly effective verbal and written communication.

  • Easily adaptable and agile.

  • Highly organized with the ability to manage numerous projects simultaneously.

  • Strong professional collaboration skills.

Position Requirements

While we have identified specific requirements for this role, we acknowledge that not all candidates may possess every requirement listed. We encourage applicants who believe they possess the necessary skills and experience to apply, regardless of whether they meet each requirement to the fullest extent.


  • Minimum five years of experience in a successful college or university compliance or accreditation office preferred. 

  • Experience with state, regional, and national accreditation policies preferred.


  • Bachelor's degree required. 

  • Master’s degree preferred.


  • Ability to view computer screens for significant periods of time. The Art of Education University is an online university therefore 95-98% of one’s time will be on or using technology.

  • Ability to use a laptop keyboard with accuracy.

  • Ability to hear at normal levels and through electronic devices such as laptops, earbuds, phones, and the like.

Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform essential functions.

Compensation and Benefits


  • All federal holidays off + an end-of-year holiday shutdown 

  • Accrued paid time off (PTO)

  • Fully remote, flexible schedule

  • Lifelong Learning Fund for professional development and educational reimbursement 

  • Free product access (1 FLEX/PRO license to use or gift, plus free AOEU grad courses)

For additional information surrounding our offered benefits, visit our website.


Compensation is commensurate with experience and market. We encourage you to discuss your compensation requirements early in the process. 

Applicants residing in California, Colorado, Connecticut, Cincinnati, Maryland, Nevada, Rhode Island, New York, Jersey City, or Washington may reach out to  for compensation details.

The Process

For most roles, the process is as follows: 

  • Step 1: ~30 minute phone interview with hiring manager

  • Step 2: Round 2 packet & Interview

    • Given that this role works remotely, we want to see how you would work through some of the daily tasks, responsibilities, and challenges you might come across through a day-in-the-life. You will be given a prompt and be asked to complete an assignment which will then be used to guide a ~1 hour follow-up Zoom interview with 1-2 stakeholders. The intention is for you to get a sense of the role and give us an opportunity to see your skills in action. Your answers will not be used for any other purposes beyond evaluating your candidacy for this role, as it's important for both of us to get a glimpse of how you would handle a day in the life of this role.

  • Step 3: Follow-up interview

    • For certain managerial or high-collaboration roles, you may be asked to participate in a final Zoom interview.

NOTE:  We strongly encourage you to apply through your personal email and to take the appropriate steps to allow list both The Art of Education University ( and Paycom ( domains so that you receive all emails related to your application process.  We also encourage you to check your spam folder as emails from The Art of Education and/or Paycom can be marked as spam.  Please reference these allow list solutions to fix this problem.

We look forward to reviewing your application! Thank you for your interest in opportunities with AOEU. 

Please contact with any questions.

The Art of Education University is committed to providing equal employment opportunities for all employees and all applicants for employment. The Art of Education University will not discriminate against employees or applicants on the basis of actual or perceived age, race, color, national origin/ethnicity, ancestry, religion, sex, pregnancy (including childbirth, lactation, and related conditions), physical or mental disability, genetic information (including testing and characteristics), veteran status, uniformed service member status, or any other status protected by federal, state, or local laws. The Art of Education University is a participant of E-Verify. 


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