Join Our Team!

Please see below for more information about our available independent contractor positions.

The Literacy Architects, LLC partners with schools districts, state agencies, and nonprofit organizations who want to move beyond traditional balanced literacy instruction and infuse more research-based practices into their literacy block. Our team is energized about changing instructional practices and has the knowledge and interpersonal skills to help our partners succeed.  

What We Offer

  • Opportunities to boost your career trajectory

Our part-time, independent contractor opportunities are a good fit for educators and consultants who have between 10 to 24 hours per month to dedicate to designing and presenting resources related to the science of reading. Our projects will allow you to grow your presentation, instructional design, and writing skills while diving deep into the research on how to teach reading and writing.

  • Flexible work environment

Our contractors and partners are based throughout the U.S.A. We communicate virtually, mainly through email and video calls, allowing our team the flexibility to set their own schedules and work arrangements. 

  • A commitment to diversity and inclusion

We strive to build a community where everyone feels empowered to speak their truth and share their authentic selves. We celebrate and honor the individual differences, life experiences, culture, self-expression, and talent of our clients and partners. 

Current Openings

Please click on your interest area below. Please note that these are all independent contractor opportunities.

Don’t see anything that quite fits? Fill out this form to let us know how you think you can help us further our mission of bringing strong virtual science of reading PD to all teachers and we’ll be in touch if it sounds like a good fit!

CKLA / Amplify Texas PD Consultant (remote, virtual)

We are looking for a current or former K–2 teacher who has experience implementing the CKLA or Amplify Texas curricula to help us design and deliver professional development. The consultant will be aligning existing PD materials to the designated curricula and delivering monthly PD sessions to K–2 teachers.

To submit an initial application, please click here (you will need to sign in with a Google account).

For more information about this role, please click here.

School Leader Science of Reading PD Consultant (remote, virtual)

The Literacy Architects is looking for a current or former school leader to help us design and deliver a series of PD for school leaders on how to transition their building to the science of reading. This will involve working with our Project Director to outline a course syllabus, designing slides and handouts, and delivering sessions to a pilot audience.

To submit an initial application, please click here (you will need to sign in with a Google account).

For more information about this role, please click here.

Professional Development Facilitators (remote, virtual)

The Literacy Architects provides professional development to PreK-12 teachers and school leaders on evidence-based literacy practices such as explicit, systematic phonics and needs-based small group instruction. Our trainings include practical strategies that can improve instructional outcomes, discussion about key research articles to teach participants about the “why” behind certain practices, and structured work time for participants to plan implementation.

We are looking for facilitators to deliver virtual sessions to teachers and school leaders across the country. Our needs change throughout the school year and range between preschool, early elementary, upper elementary, middle, and high school presenters. Some sessions will be held during school hours, and some will be after school. Current teachers are encouraged to apply!

We provide a competitive stipend that includes facilitation and prep time. This is a contract position and is not eligible for benefits. If selected, you can expect to facilitate for between 3-7 hours per month, although this will vary depending on our organizational needs.

To submit an initial application, please click here (you will need to sign in with a Google account).

For more information about this role, please click here.

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