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State Branch Director - IA

Position summary:

Solution Tree, in order to offer greater customer support by better understanding and focusing on their specific needs, is creating positions for branch directors located in specified states. Directors of these branches need to have knowledge and understanding of state educational priorities, initiatives and challenges. The director provides a bridge between the state’s educational needs and the support Solution Tree can provide. This person will work with past and present customers to help maintain and grow their relationship with Solution Tree. The director must reside in Iowa and have basic understanding of Iowa's K-12 education landscape. 

The ideal candidate is a high-energy, methodical, and self-motivated individual with superior people skills. Ability to prioritize tasks, meet deadlines, and be committed to Solution Tree’s success is essential.

Summary of essential job functions:

  • Communicate with educators at all levels.
  • Build and maintain relationships with current customers.
  • Work as liaison between educators and Solution Tree.
  • Understand and stay informed regarding the educational landscape of the state.
  • Identify and acquaint self with key education stakeholders, such as state department personnel, superintendents, educational service providers and educational organizations.
  • Identify and create implementation plans for professional growth of customers.
  • Create a presence in the state through, Facebook, webinars, and informational meetings.
  • Attend professional development, meetings, and events within the state to support current educational stakeholders.  
  • Acquire knowledge of all Solution Tree products and services to effectively match services and resources to customer needs.
  • Work effectively with sales team and presenters to execute professional development.

Minimum requirements:

Candidates must have excellent written and verbal communication skills, strong organizational and multi-tasking abilities. A disposition for working both autonomously and in teams and be accountable for self and others. Understand and believe in Solution Tree and Marzano Research content. Strong technology skills are desirable.

Prefer a minimum of a Master’s Degree in Education.

Abilities required

Light lifting may be required on occasion.

Supervisory Responsibilities


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