Director Educational Program Job Description Sample
Senior Educational Program Director
Requisition No: 36665
Agency: Department of Education
Working Title: SENIOR EDUCATIONAL PROGRAM DIRECTOR-DOE - 48000205
Position Number: 48000205
Posting Closing Date: 06/08/2018
The mission of the financial reporting section of the Office of Funding and Financial Reporting is to provide high quality business and financial information and analysis concerning Florida public schools to a broad spectrum of users, including legislative and executive staff, Department of Education staff, school district staff, and the general public.
The main function of the funding and financial reporting section is to consult with and provide technical assistance/information to school district personnel, the Legislature, legislative staff, Governor's office staff, and other agencies on issues impacting school districts or charter schools in the following areas:
This position is responsible for the following functions and publications:
Reviewing Annual Financial Reports, District Summary Budgets, and Program Cost Reports
Reviewing School District Audited Financial Statement
Preparing or reviewing the Profiles of Florida School Districts
Analyzing legislative bills impacting school districts or charter schools
Computing numerous complex calculations using Excel
Maintain knowledge of GASB statements applicable to financial reporting
Updating the Financial and Reporting Cost Accounting and Reporting (Red Book) for school districts and charter schools
Preparing documents for Florida Education Finance Program calculations, Full-time Equivalent Student Survery memorandums, Best and Brightest Scholarship Programs, School Recognition Program, local capital outlay, and revenue distributions to district schools
Preparing ad hoc surveys, reports, and memorandums
Provide technical assistance to school districts, charter schools, DOE staff, Legislative staff, Governor's office staff, and others as needed
Maintaining historical files
Please note that omission of specific functions do not preclude management from assigning specific duties not listed herein if such duties are a logical assignment to the position.
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
Knowledge of accounting pronouncements issued by the Governmental Accounting Standards Board
Knowledge of Microsoft Office software including Outlook, Word, PowerPoint, and Excel
Ability to prepare and maintain a variety of accounting records
Ability to create ad hoc financial related reports
Ability to understand and apply State of Florida Statutes and Department policies
Knowledge of internal control concepts
Knowledge of the methods of data collection
Ability to analyze and interpret accounting data
Ability to utilize problem solving techniques
Ability to communicate effectively verbally and in writing
Ability to plan, organize and coordinate work assignments
Ability to produce accurate and timely information under tight timeframes, balance multiple and competing priorities and maintain goal-oriented behavior and performance expectations
Ability to coordinate data required from others
Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with others
Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university with a major in accounting, finance or a related business field is required. Accounting degree is preferable.
Three (3) or more years of experience applying accounting and auditing principles, theories and concepts is preferred.
Certified Public Accountant (CPA) license preferred.
The State of Florida is an Equal Opportunity Employer/Affirmative Action Employer, and does not tolerate discrimination or violence in the workplace.
Candidates requiring a reasonable accommodation, as defined by the Americans with Disabilities Act, must notify the agency hiring authority and/or People First Service Center (1-866-663-4735). Notification to the hiring authority must be made in advance to allow sufficient time to provide the accommodation.
The State of Florida supports a Drug-Free workplace. All employees are subject to reasonable suspicion drug testing in accordance with Section 112.0455, F.S., Drug-Free Workplace Act.
Nearest Major Market: Tallahassee
Associate Director, Educational Opportunity Program (Eop)
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Job ID: 7256
Associate Director, Educational Opportunity Program (EOP)
March 1, 2018
Open until filled
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Associate Director, Educational Opportunity Program (EOP) (JID 7256)
Educational Opportunity Program
CSUN's Commitment to You
CSUN is committed to achieving excellence through teaching, scholarship, learning and inclusion. Our values include a respect for all people, building partnerships with the community and the encouragement of innovation, experimentation and creativity.
CSUN strives to cultivate a community in which a diverse population can learn and work in an atmosphere of civility and respect. CSUN is especially interested in candidates who make contributions to equity and inclusion in the pursuit of excellence for all members of the university community.
About the University
One of the largest universities in the country, California State University, Northridge (CSUN) is an urban, comprehensive university that delivers award-winning undergraduate and graduate programs to nearly 40,000 students annually and counts more than 330,000 alumni who elevate Southern California and beyond. Since its founding in 1958, CSUN has made a significant and long-term economic impact on California, generating nearly $1.9 billion in economic impact and more than 11,700 jobs each year.
The LAEDC recognized CSUN as its 2015 Eddy Award winner for its positive economic impact. Serving more students on Pell Grants than any other institution in California, CSUN is also a social elevator and one of the most diverse universities in the country. CSUN ranks 13th in awarding bachelor's degrees to underrepresented minority students and seventh in bachelor's degrees to Latino students, serves the 13th largest Jewish student population, and enrolls the largest number of deaf and hard-of-hearing students of any U.S. state university.
The journal Nature recently named CSUN a Rising Star for scientific research, and the NSF ranks CSUN in the top five nationally among similar institutions for graduates who go on to earn doctorates in the sciences. CSUN is where individuals rise. And through them, so does Greater Los Angeles and beyond.
Under general direction and in consultation with the Director of the Educational Opportunity Programs (EOP), the Associate Director, Educational Opportunity Program (EOP) has two primary responsibilities. One, to assist the EOP Director with the day to day assessment, planning, coordination, monitoring, and facilitation of EOP and EOP programs throughout the university and to assist with assessing current university and program policies and procedures to ensure program compliance.
Second, to be specifically responsible for the short term and long term assessment, planning, facilitation, coordination, staff supervision, oversight and administration of EOP's Outreach Efforts, EOP Admissions, and EOP Resilient Scholars Program. The incumbent is also responsible for Community Resources Development and Alumni Outreach Efforts and assists with the oversight responsibility of the day to day operations of EOP Central Administration and Transitional Programs (these include Residential Bridge, Commuter Bridge, Transfer Bridge, 2nd Year Bridge and FreshStart); oversees the completion of a wide variety of complex assignments; identifies university and program policies directly affecting student performance and recommends changes for consideration; assists the Director in: monitoring the overall program budget, the development and administration of overall program assessment, analysis, training and the facilitation of the decision-making processes; coordinates constantly with the seven academic college satellites of EOP, the Advising Resource Center/EOP for Exploratory students the EOP Faculty Mentor Program, and other university student services and academic departments including but not limited to the Office of Admissions and Records, Financial Aid, Residential Life, the Library, the Learning Resource Center/EOP, Asian American Studies, Chicana/o Studies, Africana Studies, Central American Studies, Stretch Writing faculty, Math faculty and numerous other academic departments. Supports the EOP Director in establishing, developing and sustaining collaborative working relations with department chairs and faculty from a range of academic departments, as well as, with the department administrative support staff; focuses on ensuring holistic service delivery to new incoming EOP First Time Freshmen (FTF) and First Time Transfer (FTT) students per academic year admission cycle; and performs other duties as assigned.
Equivalent to graduation from an accredited four-year college or university with a Bachelor's degree in a job-related field. Master's degree preferred. Equivalent to five years of progressively responsible professional/administrative experience with EOP, the CSU and Community Colleges; with 2 of the five years in a managerial role preferred.
Knowledge, Skills, & Abilities
Thorough and demonstrated knowledge, understanding and respect for and of diversity and equity programs. Must have understanding of student development and differences based on social, economic and cultural backgrounds and have experience in student engagement, holistic student services and advocacy.
Demonstrated ability to advocate for the goals of EOP and desire to work with diverse multicultural/multiethnic environment. Strong background in advancing the educational experience of traditionally underserved students. Excellent communications skills and collaborative team building.
Ability to: regularly organize and direct a range of administrative, supervisory, and technical functions; multi task; follow through; and work well under pressure. Manage, supervise and coordinate the efforts of staff in the accomplishment of program goals.
Pay, Benefits, & Work Schedule
Salary is commensurate with knowledge, skills, and experience. The university offers an excellent benefit package.
This position is a sensitive position as designated by the CSU. A background check (including a criminal records check) must be completed satisfactorily before any candidate can be offered a position with the CSU.
Failure to satisfactorily complete the background check may affect the application status of applicants or continued employment of current CSU employees who apply for the position. Additionally, the person holding this position is considered a 'mandated reporter' under the California Child Abuse and Neglect Reporting Act and is required to comply with the requirements set forth in CSU Executive Order 1083 as a condition of employment.
How To Apply
Candidates should apply by completing the CSUN on-line application utilizing: http://bit.ly/HRCSUN link and must attach a cover letter that addresses the qualifications above and a current resume, including names of three professional references. NOTE: Internal candidates should apply through the portal by accessing the View Job Openings/Apply link on the Human Resources/Employee pagelet.
Applications received prior to January 25, 2018 will be considered in the initial review and review will continue until position is filled.
For more detailed information on the application and hiring process, please visit the link below:
Equal Employment Opportunity
CSUN is an Equal Opportunity Employer and prohibits discrimination on the basis of race, color, ethnicity, religion, national origin, age, gender, gender identity/expression, sexual orientation, genetic information, medical condition, marital status, veteran status, and disability. Our nondiscrimination policy is set forth in CSU Executive Order 1096. Reasonable accommodations will be provided for applicants with disabilities who self-disclose by contacting Recruitment Services.
Assistant Director, Educational & Program Assessment
Reporting to the Senior Associate Director for Teaching Initiatives and Programs, the position will provide expertise in the development and implementation of assessment processes for educational programs and academic initiatives at Princeton, and will partner with the Senior Associate Director to deepen ongoing faculty development efforts.
The Assistant Director of Educational and Program Assessment (ADEPA) will develop evaluation processes for McGraw Center programs and create mechanisms for ensuring that the work of the center is informed by data. With the goal of improving teaching and learning, the ADEPA will design and implement strategies for assessing teaching and learning initiatives at the course, department, and institutional level, for both residential and online learning.
The position will collaborate with personnel in the Office of Institutional Research, the Office of the Provost, the Office of the Dean of the College, and the academic departments on the implementation of assessment plans, dissemination of results, and follow-up activities.
The Assistant Director of Educational and Program Assessment will:
Conduct direct assessment of McGraw Center's programs:
With McGraw Center directors, design and implement assessment processes for the center's programs
Develop processes for making data-informed decisions about the center's work
Collaborate with the Director and other senior staff to create an annual report
Consult with faculty:
Design and assist in implementing assessment plans at the course and departmental level
Consult with faculty on assessment plans to be included in requests for funding from internal and external sources
Conduct direct assessment of residential and online learning initiatives:
Partner with appropriate University offices and personnel to define projects, develop evaluation plans, and implement assessment processes
Write up and disseminate reports and recommendations
Develop and implement plans for follow-up activities and efforts
Collaborate with the Senior Associate Director on faculty development efforts
Master's or professional degree
1 - 3 years of work experience
Sophisticated knowledge of educational assessment processes
Demonstrated ability to design and direct assessment projects at different scales
Demonstrated ability to collect, analyze, and interpret data, as well as present them in multiple forms (including graphical)
Demonstrated ability to write clearly and cogently for different audiences
Demonstrated ability to work closely and collaboratively with faculty and administrators across a university setting
Excellent organizational and communication skills
Ed.D. or Ph.D.
Experience with inclusive teaching pedagogy
For full consideration, please apply by May 1, 2018.
Princeton University is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to age, race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law. EEO IS THE LAW
Salary GradeADM, 060Standard Weekly Hours36.25Eligible for OvertimeNoBenefits EligibleYesEssential Services Personnel (see policy for detail)NoPhysical Capacity Exam RequiredNoValid Driver's License RequiredNo
Educational Director (All Locations)
Within policy guidelines established by the Board of Directors, the terms of the Purchase of Service Agreement, and licensing requirements, the Director is responsible for overall administration and supervision of the total program of day care services to families and children. These responsibilities shall include coordination and supervision of all program components, such as intellectual growth of young children, preventative health and social services, nutrition, staff development, community outreach, parent involvement in program operation, fiscal management and accountability, office and facilities management. In order to effectively carry out these overall responsibilities, the Director shall consider, confer and consult with other supervisory staff members of the center in arriving at decisions affecting areas in which these persons may be specialists.
Developing and maintaining quality standards of education and nurture of the children throughout the total day of the center's operation.
Maintaining a program that meets the emotional, physical, intellectual and social needs of the individual child and the group.
Coordinating the work schedules of individual staff with planned group activities.
Responsibility for seeing that staff records behavior and progress of each child and utilizing these with staff for program planning and referrals, as needed.
Helping staff to understand the framework of the community in which they work and the day care's role in fulfilling the mission of The Salvation Army.
Responsibile for the professional growth and development of staff through regularly scheduled individual conferences, group and staff meetings, and frequent observation and discussion of teacher's performance with their groups.
Helping staff find practical application for theoretical knowledge.
Maintaining professional relationships in dealing with staff.
Assisting in creating a mechanism for regular communication between board and PAC.
Interpreting of policies and programs of board pertinent to parents' relationship with the day care center.
Maintaining, and helping staff maintain, good continuing relationships with parents, through informal contacts planned conferences and appropriately shared information about children's progress.
Planning group meetings with parents and staff.
Keeping expenditures with budgetary limitations.
Purchasing items for which budgeted funds are available and informing the Board of additional needs not covered by the budget.
Maintaining current fee collections.
Supervising the bookkeeper in maintaining a system of financial recording, accounting, statistical reporting and provision of filing and safeguarding of records. Holding regular conferences with the bookkeeper to become appraised of the status of these records and financial needs.
Being available to accountants at the time audits are scheduled.
Be the liaison between the day care center and the local corps.
MS or MA and a valid New York State Teacher's Certification N-6 or Birth -2 (or equivalent certificate from another state, which is recognized by the New York State Department of Education).
Two years group teacher's experience plus academic course work pertinent to the appropriate age levels.
Demonstrated leadership qualities (mature judgment) and ability to work cooperatively with all people.
Ability to establish and maintain professional relationships and a sound educational program; to be articulate, pleasant and resourceful
Willingness to utilize any training available to improve administrative and supervisory skills as well as understanding of fiscal and budgetary management.
The Educational Director will serve in a critical support role to the Corps Commanding Officers and a major leadership role within the Brownsville Corps Complex.
The Educational Director will oversee all aspects of the Brownsville Corps Child Care Center including but not limited to Business Administration, Personnel Management, Program Development and Community Relations.
Involvement in the total program with willingness to help in all areas as needed, including food service, outdoor/indoor activities, children with problems, classroom coverage, etc.
Promote observance of the moral and ethical code affecting program participants and staff
Must be able to liaise with external (ACS, DOE, DOHMH, etc.) and off-site (DHQ) personnel
Understand, promote and facilitate the Mission of The Salvation Army, at all times.
Ensure that all communications and concerns related to operation of the Child Care Center, be handled in accordance with the proper protocols for the Brownsville Corps Complex
Work with the Brownsville Corps Complex staff to foster cooperative relationships, in meeting the holistic needs of the community
Must attend and contribute to Complex Leadership Team Meetings.
Responsible for sharing with the Corps Commanding Officers, all matters of mutual concern relating to the total welfare of the Child Care Program
Develop and maintain quality standards of education and nurturing of the children throughout the total day of the center's operation.
Plan, implement and maintain a comprehensive curriculum that not only aligns with the early learning standards, goals, assessments, and instructional strategies but also addresses the educational, social, developmental and health needs of the group, as well as the individual child.
Ensure that Teaching staff assess the educational and developmental needs of each child with input from their families
Keep equipment and material accessible and in good condition to encourage maximum constructive use by the children; remove or report any damaged or hazardous equipment to the Corps Officers, so that necessary action may be taken.
Responsible for ensuring that staff documents behavior and progress of each child and utilizing these records with staff for program planning and referrals, as needed.
Coordinating the work schedules of individual staff with planned group activities.
Develop staff's understanding of the framework of the community in which they work, and the Child Care's role in fulfilling the mission of The Salvation Army.
Responsible for the professional growth and development of staff through regularly scheduled individual conferences, group and monthly staff meetings, and frequent observation and discussion of teacher's performance with their groups.
Helping staff find practical application for theoretical knowledge
Maintaining professional relationships in dealing with staff
Ensure that Annual Performance Evaluations are conducted for all subordinate personnel, according to the assigned schedule (These must be reviewed by the Corps Officers before submission to Divisional Headquarters.)
Assisting in creating a mechanism for regular communication between The Salvation Army and the Parent Advisory Committee
Interpreting of policies and programs of The Salvation Army, pertinent to parents' relationship with the Child Care center
Develop and maintain positive ongoing relationships with parents, through informal contacts or planned conferences and appropriately shared information about children's progress (It is expected that the Director would encourage subordinates to work towards the same.)
Plan and conduct monthly group meetings with parents and staff
Responsible for the ongoing marketing of the Child Care Program, to ensure that recruitment of new participants, happens consistently
Under the supervision of the Corps Officers, provide budgetary oversight and monitor expenses.
Under the supervision of the Corps Officers, purchase items for which budgeted funds are available while also sharing any additional needs that may need to be addressed.
Supervise the Child Care Bookkeeper and ensuring that they are maintaining a system of financial recording, accounting, statistical reporting, and provision of filing and safeguarding of records.
Required to hold regular conferences with the bookkeeper to become appraised of the status of these records and financial needs.
Being available to accountants at the time audits are scheduled
Bachelor's, MS or MA and a valid New York State Teacher's Certificate (or equivalent certificate from another state, which is recognized by the New York State Department of Education)
Two years group teacher's experience plus academic course work pertinent to the appropriate age levels
At least one year Management (Leadership) experience preferred
Director Of Educational Technology
POSITION: DIRECTOR OF EDUCATIONAL TECHNOLOGY
(12-month position not affiliated with any union)
REPORTS TO: Superintendent of Schools
POSITION SUMMARY: The Director of Educational Technology is responsible for providing strategic direction, development, and implementation of technology in the New Fairfield Public Schools. The director must remain up-to-date with state-of-the-art technology and be most knowledgeable about computers, networking, and systems development in a technology-infused, wireless, BYOD education environment focusing on personalized instruction. The director must analyze the needs of the district, maintain a database of hardware/programs/contracts districtwide, create and manage a budget, lead professional development, manage a staff, and make recommendations to the superintendent regarding technology needed to best prepare students with skills needed for success in the 21st century.
Bachelor's degree in Computer Science, Information Systems Technology or a related field and 6 years of experience. Master's degree preferred.
Experience with K-12 school applications and systems.
Demonstrated management experience.
Excellent communication, interpersonal and organizational skills.
Lead a staff of technicians to maintain state-of-the art facilities, rich in up-to-date technology that is the foundation of the system.
Apply knowledge of appropriate resources, including web 2.0 and 3.0 tools, to maximize personalized instruction for staff and students, advancing the curriculum.
Analyze root causes and trending to reduce Help Desk tickets and to identify common problems and areas of improvement.
Develop and lead professional development opportunities in cooperation with the building principals and media specialists.
Maintain standards and guidelines for the appropriate use of technology in a personalized, 1:World environment.
Create and manage the budget for technology districtwide.
Enhance the vision of the district through a robust and up-to-date technology plan, preparing students with 21st century skills.
Support the administration in working with students and staff to infuse technology successfully throughout all programs.
Communicate the implementation progress and needs of the technology program to students, teachers, administrators, Board of Education, and community.
Online Application (www.newfairfieldschools.org)
Letter of Intent
Letters of Reference (3)
The New Fairfield Board of Education is an equal opportunity employer committed to an Affirmative Action Plan in recruiting, appointing, assigning, training, evaluating, and promoting personnel on the basis of merit and qualification, without regard for race, color, religion, sex, age, natural origin, ancestry, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, disability or genetic information or any other applicable lawful discriminatory standards except in the case of a bona fide occupational qualification. (Title VI & VII of Civil Rights Act of 1964. Title VI & VIII of the Public Health Services Act, Title II of the Education Amendments of 1972, as well as other relevant federal and state laws.)
Date Posted: April 10, 2018
Posting Closing Date: Until Filled
Assistant Director Of Educational Evaluation And Research
The Evaluation, Assessment, & Education Research Division within the School of Medicine seeks an Assistant Director, Educational Evaluation and Research, UME-GME. The Assistant Director will provide leadership in developing, and contribute to ongoing implementation of: program evaluation and compliance processes, learning assessments, and education research projects. The Assistant Director will contribute to undergraduate and graduate medical education programs.
Collaborate with the Assistant Dean for Evaluation, Assessment, and Education Research in directing daily operations of the growing UME- GME Evaluation, Assessment and Education Research Division at Baylor College of Medicine.
Collaborate with deans, faculty, staff, and students by providing expertise, and assisting in both directing and providing customer-oriented evaluation, assessment, and education research services to these stakeholders.
Contribute to complex problem-solving and development of new initiatives.
Collaborate with deans, faculty, staff, and students in the development and implementation of new learner assessments.
Develop and maintain confidential data sets and complex reports related to student performance and curriculum evaluation.
Collaborate with division colleagues in the analysis, reporting, and interpretation of examination and assessment data, and curriculum evaluation data.
Collaborate in the development and implementation of evidence-based continuous improvement processes related to learner assessment and curriculum evaluation.
Provide functional or administrative supervision of assigned staff, as directed; foster a team-oriented culture, maintain and share information with colleagues as appropriate, develop project management plans, and contribute to mid-year and end-of-year performance evaluations of staff, as needed.
Contribute to, and direct as needed, setup and administration of online examinations and curriculum evaluation surveys for learners in the health professions.
Collaborate with members of the UME-GME Evaluation, Assessment and Education Research Division in the creation of complex data sets.
Conduct data analysis and report preparation using SPSS or other software packages, as appropriate.
Generate medical education scholarship aligned with the division's core missions; contribute to research projects as needed.
Education: Master's degree.
Preferred: PHD or other terminal degree.
Three years of experience performing managerial or administrative duties coordinating multiple projects, preferably in a higher-education setting.
Experience in several of the following preferred: higher education curriculum evaluation and improvement, project development and implementation, data analysis and reporting, research methods, health professions education, education research, higher education exam administration.
Three years of experience performing managerial or administrative duties coordinating multiple projects, preferably in a higher-education setting.
Strong computing skills with experience in software related to one or more of the following: statistical analysis, survey administration, and examinations.
Detail-oriented with excellent verbal and written communication, interpersonal, and organizational skills.
Ability to work independently, problem-solve, analyze complex information, understand and improve complex processes, maintain confidentiality, and meet deadlines. In addition, the ability to work with and manage a team, as needed.
Proven capacity to work well with faculty, staff, and students.
Educational Program Manager P4
Posted on: Thu, 29 Mar 2018
The National Rural Electric Cooperative Association (NRECA), with offices in Arlington, VA and Lincoln, NE is the trade association for over 900 consumer-owned electric cooperatives serving more than 42 million people. NRECA is committed to harnessing the strength of Americas electric cooperatives into a single powerful voice. NRECA has won the following awards over the past few years:
- Top Workplace by the Washington Post
- 100 Best Places to Work
- ComputerWorld Magazine
- 50 Best Places to Work
- The Washingtonian
- CARE Award Recipient
- Recognizing organizations that promote a positive work-life balance
- 50 Greatest places to Work
- Best Place to Work Award Recipient
- Lincoln, NE
- Gold Well Workplace
- Wellness Councils of America
- State of NE Governor's Wellness Award
- Grower Level
At NRECA, we work with people who are leaders in their fields. They are down-to-earth, hardworking professionals committed to helping our members serve their communities. Our work is interesting, constantly evolving, and requires new skills to meet the evolving needs of a dynamic industry. In this collegial, inclusive work environment, united around the compelling purpose and history of electric cooperatives, we thrive. And topping it off, NRECA cares about each persons overall well-being, encouraging health, financial security, and a sustainable work/life balance. EEO/AA- M/F/Disability/Protected Veteran Status/Genetic Data
Educational Program Manager P4
Responsible for leading teams of inter-departmental and outside subject matter experts in the development, design and project management of innovative educational programs and resources (in-person and online) for electric cooperative leaders and staff. Programs are designed to enhance knowledge, build skills and create peer connections to help participants be successful in serving their cooperatives and communities. This position will produce, develop and deliver educational components for educational programs, conferences and other meetings. The incumbent manages program budgets, is accountable for marketing strategies and manages delegated programs and collaborates across the department, NRECA and the co-op network.
Purpose and Mission
Program Management of Existing Educational Programs
Collaborates with outside stakeholders to coordinate jointly delivered programs and sessions (conferences, orientations, courses, webinars, workshops, and online programs).
Researches and identifies speakers and facilitates program review cycles and subject-matter expert meetings.
Conducts program evaluation and uses data to inform revisions of existing content and develop future educational programs.
May serve as an instructor in the areas such as management, finance, technology, application, industry strategies, leadership, safety and organizational effectiveness etc., as appropriate with background and expertise.
Researches, designs and develops new courses, products and services, that compliment NRECAs executive and staff education
Identifies, recommends and implements strategies and tactics to achieve market penetration for new and existing courses, products or services such as new certifications, preparatory programs to support outside certification etc. such as Project Management Institute or Institute for Supply Managements certifications.
Negotiates compensation and business agreements with faculty and subject matter experts to achieve value for NRECA and members.
Contributes to, manages and monitors budget for assigned programs.
Collaborates with others across NRECA regarding budgets, marketing plans and promotions, site selection, audio-visual and catering specifications other hotel and related logistics and event registration.
Participates in non-NRECA sponsored electric utility events and trade shows for purposes of networking, identifying potential partner opportunities, subject matter experts, and speakers and otherwise collecting information that can be used to enhance NRECA programs.
Builds relationships with member cooperative employees and network partners, including Associate Members and exhibitors, to stay on top of trends, challenges, opportunities and issues that impact electric cooperatives.
Requirements and Qualifications
Bachelors degree in education, business, accounting, communications, or industry related degree. SHRM certification or equivilent and/or professional certificaiton or licensure a plus
7 years of relevant utility, business or association experience
5 years demonstrated experience in designing, developing and managing educational programs (both in-person and online programs) utilizing several development and delivery tools, such as, InDesign, PowerPoint, Windows Movie Maker, Adobe Acrobat Standard, and WebEx.
Experience in using a Learning Management System (LMS) or similar technology for design and delivery of programs and online collaboration tools (such as threaded discussion boards, and social networking, mobile learning technology) desired.
Experience managing externally contracted projects.
Knowledge of multiple facets of utility operations and management such as performance monitoring and reporting, utility engineering/operations, billing and collection functions, financial management and reporting, human resources management, and procurement as demonstrated by prior work experience.
Location: Madison, Wisconsin, United States
Job ID: 40182448
Posted: March 30, 2018
Position Title:Educational Program Manager P4
Educational Training Program Coordinator, School Of Medicine, Geriatrics (5977/E2118)
The Educational Training Program Coordinator will be primarily responsible for independently organizing and coordinating the day-to-day operations of medical student and resident trainees in the Geriatrics Section of the School of Medicine. Trainees can also include visiting trainees from other disciplines and outside institutions. The incumbent must work closely with geriatric section faculty and staff to coordinate trainee schedules and provide administrative support as needed.
1-3 years of experience and Bachelor's degree required. Equivalent experience will be taken into consideration in lieu of degree. Experience in an educational setting a plus.
We are an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law. We are a VEVRAA Federal Contractor.
Deaf/Hard Of Hearing Program Educational Interpreter
5 TO 7 POSITIONS AVAILABLE
To interpret for Deaf/Hard of Hearing (D/HH) students in the general education setting and to assist the D/HH teacher in meeting the IEP objectives indicated for each student.
Must have passed the Educational Interpreter Performance Assessment (EIPA) or the Board for Evaluation of Interpreters (BEI) test in Illinois to be an approved Educational Interpreter in Illinois. Experience with children preferred. This person shall have personal characteristics and abilities to work closely and cooperatively with district staff.
To serve as an interpreter for the D/HH student in general education classes as directed by the D/HH teacher/coordinator and as indicated on the IEP.
To reverse interpret, as necessary, take notes during classroom lecture, attend class and take notes when a student is ill, and provide feedback to the classroom teacher regarding student performance and needs.
To assist the classroom teacher in providing educational and physical care activities for all children in the Program.
To assist the classroom teacher to ensure that the safety and welfare of assigned students are safeguarded to the maximum extent possible thoughout the entire school day.
To assist the classroom teacher with recordkeeping, materials preparation, and any other clerical or technical activities.
To assist the classroom teacher to ensure that assigned students have full opportunity to learn self-care adaptive behaviors which can include essential life skills, as well as social skills.
To supervise classroom activities or conduct lessons for individuals/small groups of children under the direction of the D/HH teacher.
To supervise playground and leisure time activities during the school day.
To adhere to the Interpreter Code of Ethics.
To perform such other duties and assume such other responsibilities as may be assigned by the D/HH Teacher, the Program Coordinator, and the Principal.
HOURS AND BENEFITS:
Minimum of 30 hours per week. (Additional hours may be required depending upon the school assigned to or working at.)
Eligible for health insurance.
Paid sick and personal leave.
Professional development funds available.
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