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Educational Partnership Consultant

Company: Johnson & Hill
Location: Turners Falls
Posted on: September 10, 2021

Job Description:

Educational Partnership Consultant

Are you an educator or have experience in an education related field and are you looking to move into a business setting? Would you like to use your business development and relationship building skills to work in an organization that is responsible for providing social and emotional learning curriculum products to schools and school districts?

In this role you will be responsible for:

  • Developing qualified leads from marketing campaigns, conferences, webinars, databases, market research and other sources, through calls and email to produce client engagement.
  • Cultivate potential relationships by identifying the needs and timing around social emotional learning interest.
  • Give face-to-face and virtual presentations and webinars on programs, answer questions and provide quotes.
  • Territory sales and account development through lead generation and prospecting

This is a full time, temp to hire or possible direct hire position that may require evening work and frequent travel. The pay rate for this position is $25.48 per hour.


  • Access to reliable transportation
  • 4 year degree in education, marketing or similar field of study, previous experience as an educator or in educational leadership preferred.
  • Able to learn and effectively use database and customer relations management (CRM) software, such as Salesforce, HubSpot, NetSuite and Google Suite and common software applications and web services such as Microsoft Office.

Keywords: Johnson & Hill, Springfield , Educational Partnership Consultant, Other , Turners Falls, Massachusetts

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