Edupoint’s management team has been involved in almost every major innovation of student data management technology in the K-12 market for more than 30 years. Our key management and technical teams are the original developers of SASI and SASIxp, market-leading solutions that supported millions of students across the world. Today these same innovators, led by Robert Weathers, Rob Wilson and Tom McGrew, continue to evolve their vision for K-12 data management with a singular commitment and K-12 focus to deliver the most powerful technology solutions designed to optimize district and student performance.


Working at Edupoint

What We Value

Edupoint’s success is based, in large part, on the unique relationships we build with clients. We view our customers as partners, relying on our guiding principles to ensure that our solutions meet customers’ current and future needs:

Customer First, Always

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Partner for Life

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Do the Right Thing

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Current Openings

At Edupoint, we hire top talent dedicated to developing and delivering world-class solutions to the K-12 market.
 


Our Culture

The work environment at Edupoint is characterized by exceptional teamwork that promotes the creativity and problem-solving needed to deliver on our promise to customers. We enjoy working with talented colleagues in a productive and informal environment rooted in:

  • Anticipating Needs - Thinking ahead and acting early.
  • Listening - What are our customers and team members saying?
  • Innovating - Challenging the status quo and changing the game.
  • Getting It Done - Rising to challenges willingly and consistently.
  • Empowering - Trusting each individual to do what they were hired to do and supporting their ongoing development.
  • Thinking Big - Recognizing and pursuing significant opportunities.

Benefits

In addition to paying competitive salaries, we offer a comprehensive, customizable benefits package, including (but not limited to):

  • Medical Insurance w/Prescription Drug Coverage
  • Dental Insurance
  • Vision Insurance
  • Generous Paid Time Off & Holidays
  • Long Term Disability Insurance
  • Life & Accidental Death & Dismemberment
  • Bereavement Leave
  • Onsite Flu Shots for Staff & Immediate Family
  • Stocked Kitchen w/Healthy Snacks & Drinks
  • TRP Carpool Program
  • Employee Assistance Program
  • Opportunities for Community Involvement
  • Employer Contributed Health FSA
  • Employee Contributed Health FSA
  • Employee Contributed Dependent Care FSA
  • 401K Plan w/Company Matching & Immediate Vesting
  • Short Term Disability Insurance
  • Health & Wellness Program
  • Regular Onsite Fitness Classes for Mind & Body
  • Company Sponsored Fitness Challenge
  • Pet Insurance
  • Free Parking
  • Employee Discounts
  • Relocation Assistance (Discretionary)

Living in Mesa, AZ

Mesa is a thriving desert community in the Greater Phoenix area with outstanding weather and unparalleled opportunities for outdoor activity. An extensive network of city and state parks and recreation facilities provide year-round access to hiking, camping, cycling, kayaking, paddle boarding, swimming, and many other activities. Golf is ubiquitous, with nearly 250 courses in the area.

Nearby Phoenix and Scottsdale offer first-rate shopping and dining, major league sporting events museums, art galleries, resorts, and spas. Grand Canyon National Park and Sedona, with some of the most spectacular scenery in the world, are popular destinations for extended day trips and weekend getaways.

Mesa is home to many unique, local attractions such as Butterfly Wonderland, McCormick-Stillman Railroad Park, and Fort McDowell Yavapai Nation, as well as family fun centers such as CrackerJax and Amazing Jake’s Indoor Fun Factory.

Living in Irvine, CA

The city of Irvine is consistently ranked as one of the safest and best places to live in the country, with a pleasing Mediterranean climate, excellent schools, and a robust economy.

Irvine’s location in the heart of Southern California puts an exceptional variety of cultural resources within easy reach, including The Getty Museum, Los Angeles County Museum of Art, California Science Center, Griffith Park and Observatory, Disneyland, Universal Studios, LEGOLAND, Newport Beach, Laguna Beach, major league sports at Dodgers Stadium and Staples Center, and concerts at the Greek Theater and the Hollywood Bowl.

A planned community, Irvine boasts more than 50 “villages,” each with a distinct architectural style and personality. A number of villages offer members-only tennis courts, swimming pools, and parks. Cycling enthusiasts benefit from an extensive network of on- and off-road bicycle lanes for recreation and transportation.

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