Director of Partnerships

inquirED - Chicago, Illinois or Remote - Full time

About the Role

inquirED is looking for a relational leader to grow partnerships across the country. Working closely with the Director of Marketing, the Director of Partnerships will cultivate relationships with school and district leads to move towards closed deals and work closely with existing partners to ensure successful implementation and retention.

This is a unique opportunity to join an early stage start-up as we envision our product and team from the ground up. You’ll have the opportunity to define and refine our approach to sales. 

Why Join Us?

  • Ability to pave the path
  • Small team, quick decisions
  • Opportunity to participate in equity plan
  • Remote team - no limitations on geography
  • Unlimited PTO for early team members

What We Are Looking For

  • Strong relationship building and networking skills
  • Systems orientation/organized - able to use an existing customer relationship management system to organize and manage relationships with current and potential partners
  • Experience in K-12 education - administrative experience preferred
  • A leader and an executor - will roll up their sleeves and get into the weeds when needed but can also lead a team
  • Willingness to be scrappy, creative, and unconventional
  • A passion for inquirED's mission and a strong interest in defining ed sales and marketing
  • Ability to travel ~30% of the time

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Experience Level

Mid Level


inquirED, LLC was founded to empower all teachers to inspire inquiry. We make student-centered learning possible in any classroom by providing curriculum and embedded professional learning for teachers to implement and master a student-centered model.

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