The California Council for the Social Studies is seeking a qualified webmaster to manage the www.ccss.org website. The website can serve a variety of purposes: to provide information to members and to non-member social studies educators about the organization, its goals and its programming, and useful resources to advance quality history-social science education; to support CCSS's leadership in the conduct of its responsibilities; to advance networking among CCSS members and between its members and leaders; and to promote the organization's efforts in advocacy for the field. We seek candidates committed to the organization's mission with the capacity to manage and develop the website to more effectively serve those purposes.
Are you a retired school, district or county administrator or administrative assistant looking for a chance to continue contributing to the education world while making supplemental income? Or are you a talented, energetic younger person looking for entry to the field and connections to the social studies/civics teaching community? This position may be exactly what you're looking for! The California Council for the Social Studies is seeking a highly qualified person, with substantial secretarial/administrative experience in educational settings and a commitment to the mission of our organization, to serve as assistant to the Executive Director through June of 2018 (with the possibility to extend beyond). The Assistant will work closely with the ED, at comparable compensation, reflecting the collegial and collaborative nature of the organization. The position is part-time, with flexible working hours, and an expansion to full-time work (and overtime opportunities) during the time before and immediately after our annual conference in late March of 2018.
The California Council for the Social Studies is seeking qualified editors for the Social Studies Review (SSR) *FILLED* and Occasional Papers (OP). The SSR is published annually, and is the official journal of the California Council for the Social Studies offering cutting edge commentary and ideas for classroom teachers, curriculum consultants, and college/university educators. Click here to review a copy of the SSR. The OP is published 2-3 times a year with a focus on important topics, ideas, and practices to enhance social studies education. Click here to view past copies of the OP's. Both publications are peer-reviewed, research-based, and published as print-ready documents for use in K-12 classrooms, pre-service training, and professional development settings.
CCSS is an equal opportunity employer and is committed to hiring a diverse staff. Members of minority groups, immigrants, persons with disabilities, older adults and members of the LGBT community are encouraged to apply.