With a rapidly growing team of 60+ education professionals around the country, EdOps works with a range of schools and networks in multiple states to ensure operational excellence in support of student achievement. We are quickly growing and always hiring! Applications are reviewed on a rolling basis, and start dates + location are flexible (with a current emphasis in Detroit, Kansas City, New Orleans, Philadelphia and Washington, DC).

We know that a team from a wide range of backgrounds with different life experiences, identities, opinions, and talents makes us better able to innovate and deliver on our mission of supporting schools to improve student outcomes. Every day we work to build an inclusive company culture where everyone can be themselves at work and do their best work.

If you are passionate about our mission, skilled in your field, ready to learn, and looking for a place where you can be yourself, we want to hear from you! To apply, please send resume and cover letter to dan@ed-ops.com.

School Finance Analyst Program

Detroit, Kansas City, New Orleans, Philadelphia and Washington, DC

The school finance analyst program is a 2-4 year, structured program offering extensive training and mentoring, designed to develop future finance specialists. We take a long-term view on our finance analysts and their careers, providing growth opportunities for the exceptional performers. This position is ideal for an individual looking to apply business, analytical, and finance/accounting skills to the social sector.

Key Responsibilities:

Support all necessary back-office financial/accounting aspects of a portfolio of schools, including accounts payable, payroll, accounts receivable, bank reconciliation, grants administration, and financial compliance.

Collaborate with EdOps finance specialists to maintain accounting books/schedules and produce monthly financial statements and accompanying board presentations.

Assist in audit preparation, annual 1099 issuance and other ad-hoc reports.

Liaise with school staff.


Bachelor’s degree from a four-year college or university. Applicants with significant related work experience but without a Bachelor’s degree will also be considered.

Previous work experience in a related field (finance, accounting, or K-12 education) is appreciated but not required.

Previous work experience in bookkeeping, accounts payable, grants management, or payroll is not necessary, but helpful.

Commitment to education and knowledge of charter schools is a major plus.