Director Religious Education Job Description Sample
Julia Thompson Smith Chaplain And Director Of Religious And Spiritual Life
Office: Dean of Students
Reports to: Vice President for Student Affairs and Dean of Students
Work Period: 11-month
Job Grade: 9
GENERAL SUMMARY: The chaplain/director of religious and spiritual life is a student-centered, creative and strategic leader who provides direction for spiritual and religious life at Agnes Scott College within the guidelines of federal, state and local laws and office, division and college policies and procedures. The chaplain serves as one of the many faces and voices of religious and spiritual life at college gatherings, ceremonies, and occasions that call for prayer, spiritual support and guidance. At times, the individual plays a healing role on campus. The chaplain is visible, available and accessible, offering assistance during crises and challenges, as well as providing connection, comfort, and counsel where needed in times of both celebration and challenge. The chaplain reports to the vice president for student affairs and dean of students and works with a broad range of campus constituents, students, faculty and staff, community leaders, members of professional organizations, and establishes strong church relations with the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.).
The chaplain/director is also responsible for meeting the needs of all faiths by encouraging a wide spectrum of religious traditions on campus, fostering dialogue about social justice, and overseeing religious clubs/organizations on campus. Key responsibilities include engaging in outreach to students, providing pastoral care, planning, and the administration of the Office of Religious and Spiritual Life. Given the religious diversity represented on campus, a strong collaboration with the Gay Johnson McDougall Center for Diversity and Inclusion is essential to support the religious and spiritual growth and development of our students and the campus community. The opportunity to teach seminars and/or courses in religious studies or related fields may also be afforded.
ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS
Responsible for the development and implementation of comprehensive interfaith and multi-faith programs that champion the religious and spiritual needs of our students.
Conceptualize and develop a vibrant, inclusive religious, spiritual and ethical life environment in which reflection and free inquiry are valued.
Support the engagement of interfaith liaisons to the campus community by establishing and maintaining connections between the Office of Religious and Spiritual Life and local religious leaders.
Facilitate and support the religious and spiritual needs of the Agnes Scott community, by working in partnership with representatives from the Jewish, Muslim, Catholic, and Protestant communities, as well as religious, spiritual, and interfaith organizations in the Decatur and greater Atlanta areas.
Identify and respond to the religious and spiritual needs of students by providing reliable communication and appropriate guidance; serve as a resource to individual students in their spiritual and/or religious inquiry as part of their identity development offering resources and opportunities to further exploration and learning.
Act as liaison with the Presbytery of Greater Atlanta, Presbyterian College Chaplains Association and the Synod of South Atlantic.
Utilize awareness of the greater Atlanta community to encourage Agnes Scott students to access available resources, and local and varied faith communities.
Lead ongoing planning and assessment for the Office of Religious and Spiritual Life.
Manage the fiscal and budgetary process for the Office of Religious and Spiritual Life.
When necessary, make hiring recommendations, train and supervise religious life staff, as approved.
Programming and Advisement:
Coordinate innovative and collaborative programs that engage in ecumenical and interfaith dialogues, discussions, and experiences.
Provide leadership and coordination for a variety of programs and has primary responsibility for all aspects of the Faith and Learning lecture and activities related to it.
As a member of the Faith and Learning Committee and Student Affairs Division, promote a multi-religious ethos, contributing to its on-going strength and development; work in close cooperation with other campus constituents, and encourage honest and authentic relationships between different faith communities by exploring modes of engagement.
Participate in campus-wide events and promote multi-faith awareness and appreciation; initiate new educational programming that fosters individual and community understanding of spiritual and religious diversity and its influence on a global society.
Work to enhance the understanding between members of different religious faiths, deepen appreciation for religious diversity, and increase cooperation between different religious communities.
Develop and host a variety of programs that center upon religious, spiritual and ethical values.
Advise the Interfaith Council, by providing education, guidance, and support with programming and community involvement.
Pastoral Care and Service:
Lead worship services on a regular basis in the Julia Thompson Smith Chapel, offer prayers on behalf of the community and ensure they embrace the diversity of Christianity across nationality, culture, and denomination.
Recruit and involve students in the planning, execution and evaluation of worship services.
Provide pastoral care to students and other members of the campus community.
Encourage the expression of religious and moral convictions in compassionate service to others by involving students in civic engagement.
Participate in various ceremonial occasions of the College - i.e. New Student Orientation, Alumnae Weekend, Senior Investiture, and Baccalaureate (providing prayers of invocation, benediction, etc.).
Create welcoming and inclusive environments and programming in the Julia Thompson Smith Chapel and the Multi-Faith Room.
Provide pastoral care as well as a pastoral presence on campus.
Meet regularly with students.
Office and Divisional Responsibilities:
Collaborate with the Gay Johnson McDougall Center for Diversity and Inclusion office projects, strategic planning and staff development.
Represent the Religious and Spiritual Life Office and the Division of Student Affairs by serving on College committees, as necessitated.
Work collaboratively with campus constituencies advocating for the needs of students who identify as religious and help to implement appropriate supports including coordination with dining services, residence life, and other offices, departments and individuals to ensure resources and services.
Attend and actively participate in office, departmental, and divisional staff meetings, retreats and trainings.
Collaborate with offices within the Division of Student Affairs and other departments to ensure cohesive programming and services.
Maintain a high degree of visibility to students, faculty, and staff.
Manage complex and sensitive issues with compassion and confidentiality.
Complete other duties as assigned by the vice president for student affairs/dean of students.
Education: Bachelor's degree and Master of Divinity degree required. Ordination in the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) required.
Experience: Three (3) to five (5) years of experience or the equivalent combination of education, training and experience.
Demonstrated experience with inter-religious work in the context of serving young adults, preferably in a higher education environment.
Demonstrated experience in planning, implementing and assessing programs.
Demonstrated successful experience with preaching and pastoral abilities, leading worship services, public prayers, retreats, educational workshops, or other related experiences.
Proficiency in counseling skills.
Effective communication, interpersonal and intercultural skills.
Dedicated commitment to student growth and development.
Ability to work collaboratively and successfully across cultures and styles at all levels of the organization.
Demonstrated commitment to equity, diversity and inclusion, and experience ministering in diverse and multi-denominational contexts, within an academic setting.
Ability to effectively interface with a wide variety of constituents including students, faculty, staff, prospective students, parents, alumni, and community members.
Demonstrated ability to work independently and to maintain confidentiality.
Doctorate in religious studies, ministry or another related discipline is desirable.
Working knowledge of liberal arts institutions and student affairs
Familiarity with administrative workings of a modern office, and experience with common office equipment and software (e.g., Microsoft Windows & Office, internet, and general computer knowledge).
- Irregular and on-call hours may be required.
Intermittent sitting, standing, stooping, crouching, walking, and occasional moving of light objects. Work is performed in an office.
The preceding job description has been designed to indicate the general nature and level of work performed by employees within this classification. It is not designed to contain or be interpreted as a comprehensive inventory of all duties, responsibilities, and qualifications required of employees to this job. The omission of specific statements of duties does not exclude them from the position if the work is similar, related, or a logical assignment to the position.
Please apply online. Cover letter is required. Priority consideration will be given to applications received by December 1, 2018. Position is posted until filled. Due to the overwhelming response to the college's staff openings we are unable to respond personally to individual telephone inquiries. No faxed submissions please.
Agnes Scott College does not discriminate on the basis of, race, color, national origin, religion, sex, sexual orientation, age, veteran status, disability or genetic information, gender identity and gender expression or any other characteristic protected by law in its employment. Agnes Scott College has a strong commitment to diversity and urges members of underrepresented groups to apply.
Director Of Training & Education
JOB TITLE: Director of Training and Development
ABOUT THE JOB:
As part of the Operations team, the Director of Training and Education is the liaison between functional departments and training dissemination. The role works in affiliation with the Human Resources (HR), Operations, and corporate leadership and serves as a primary resource on all training and education for the company. They manage and integrate team and individual efforts to build positive professional opportunities for employees and apply technical, theoretical, and managerial skills to plan, develop, implement, manage, and maintain the full cycle of all training and education materials: including both online (eLearning) and hands-on platforms.
- Directs the design, planning, and implementation of corporate training and education programs aligned with the objectives and strategy of the company
- Collaborates with department heads to assess ongoing and future training and education needs as well as effectiveness of established programs
- Develops and manages programs that provide training and education as needed and in designated locations that work for the participants
- Provides necessary communications about program information to ensure participation and highlight the value and benefits of training and education
- Approves new training and education program enhancements to existing training and education programs.
- In conjunction with finance, develops budgets to support training and education initiatives.
- Creates and implements policies and procedures to support the company’s training and education initiatives.
- Identify learning needs and performance gaps for both field and corporate team member training
- Ensures training and education activities are aligned with the company mission, vision, values, business process and overall company strategies
- Completes other projects and tasks as required
- Mentors and manages designated team members
- Accountable for Learning Management system design, administration and reporting oversight
- Develops and maintains consistent adherence to training and education formats and tools
- Coordinates, integrates, and facilitates the efforts of the individual, team, corporate function, and other resources associated with training and education projects
- Manages/monitors projects within the established timeline and budget
- Develops project plans and timelines for training and education initiatives
- Works closely with outside vendors and business partners to maximize contributions and achieve business objectives, and provide outside training programs when necessary
- Develops, implements, and maintains tracking of team member training and education, partnering with HR as needed
- Maintains close contact with training and education users to assess effectiveness of training content and materials
- Develops robust communication plans in support of training and education initiatives to field and corporate audiences including executive summaries for leadership
- Builds and maintains effective relationships with employees at all levels of the company
- Creates innovative learning tools through use of technology and various other techniques
SKILLS & QUALIFICATIONS:
- 5+ years of training and development experience
- 5+ years of experience overseeing the entire cycle of training and development programs in a corporate setting
- Proven strategic planning experience establishing and achieving long-term training and education goals
- Experience successfully managing a team of trainers and educators
- Excellent interpersonal/communication skills: written, oral, and presentation
- Comprehensive knowledge of training processes, tools and technology
- Ability to manage multiple projects under tight timelines, within budget
- Ability to effectively organize and prioritize multiple tasks
- Flexible and adaptable in fast-paced, ever-changing business environment
- Excellent technical writing skills
- Ability to facilitate dynamic training to groups large and small
- Ability to be physically present at the office or other designated location during regular business hours
- Computer proficiency with advanced skills in Word, Excel, Outlook, and Power Point
- Experience working with training and education technology platforms and equipment
- Bachelor's degree preferred
- Experience in the healthcare industry preferred
- Ability to travel at least 25% of the time
Atlas Lift Tech, Inc. is a proud Equal Opportunity employer, m/f/d/v.
At Atlas we pride ourselves on the quality of our people, and we invest in them in hopes that each individual will not only grow with the company but also help us grow. From the executive leadership team to the lift coaches, we genuinely enjoy what we do and are proud to be the pioneers in SPHM. Employees are valued and appreciated, and we let them know it. How many companies do you know that sends each employee a birthday card and a personalized memo from the COO on their work anniversary and has fun contests with awesome prizes?!
Our benefit package is very robust and is always evolving. Below is a list of some of the benefits to working at Atlas:
- Fully paid 5-day training academy to teach you how to be a Lift Coach
- Competitive compensation package
- Night shift differential and holiday pay
- Generous employee referral bonus program
- Company paid uniform and annual footwear subsidy
- CPR re-certification reimbursement program
- Free health screens and annual immunizations
- Promotional opportunities and internal transfer opportunities nationwide
- Free online education and training access
- Medical, Dental, and Vision insurance *
- Medical Flexible Spending Account *
- Dependent Care Account *
- Parking Commuter Benefits *
- Transit Commuter Benefits
- Pet Insurance
- Legal Insurance
- Long Term Disability Insurance
- Basic & Voluntary Life Insurance
- Free Employee Assistance Program
- Vacation/Sick Leave *
- And much more!
* Must be full-time to qualify
Special Education Regional Director
New Story School is a private licensed academic school which provides special education and behavioral health services to children up to the age of 21 who have been diagnosed with autism or emotional/behavioral disorders. Our multidisciplinary team collaborate with families, school districts and community partners to empower children in overcoming challenges and creating new stories in their lives.
New story is searching for a Regional Special Education Director to oversee the academic programs of three of our private school locations in Central PA. The Regional Special Education Director is responsible for overall management of the global school programs within a region, and the collaboration with other Regional Special Education Directors throughout the organization. This position oversees the school programs in all our schools within a region
Responsibilities and Duties:
- Ensure Compliance with Department of Education regulations and maintain relationships for updates in law and requirements.
- Lead new school development and growth strategies with the Vice president and Development Department, in accordance with organizational standard.
- Provide and implement regional marketing strategies for schools.
- Develop and maintain uniform curriculum for use within schools.
- Coordinate initiatives and implementation in school roll out projects.
- Coordinate re-licensing and new licensing with development department for the region
- Collaborate and initiate training and teaching curriculum for education purposes regionally and for organization.
- Ensure Special Education Directors comply with updated teaching strategies and methods.
- Maintain global school program financial budget and evaluate financial status on an ongoing basis.
The Ideal candidate will have:
- Master’s degree with a Pennsylvania Special Education Teaching Certificate or Supervisor of Special Education certificate.
- Minimum of five years’ experience working in the special education system, including a minimum of four years teaching and or supervisory experience.
- Experience with curriculum development for children and special education needs
- Minimum of Three years’ management experience in an educational system/placement
- Strong written and verbal communication skills
- Great Attention to Detail
Eligible New Story Employees will receive:
- Competitive pay, benefits (Medical, Dental, Vision)
- Employee discount program
- Rewards Program (Which allows you to earn points to purchase items)
- 401k options and paid school holidays
New Story is an Equal Opportunity Employer. For more information about New Story Schools, Services, benefits and Careers please visit our website www.newstory.com
Content Director -- Education Practice Area
The Content Director is the primary research contact for Hanover’s education practice clients. As such, the position requires strong client management, project management, and overall research skill. We are seeking highly-motivated applicants with the right combination of research and project management experience, preferably within the education sector. A successful candidate will be interested in making a long-term contribution to a growing organization. This position will report directly to a practice area specific Managing Content Director.
Hanover Research is a global research and analytics firm that provides high quality, custom research through an annual, fixed-fee model for clients in the corporate, education, and healthcare sectors. Founded in 2003 and headquartered in Arlington, Virginia, Hanover employs high-caliber market researchers, analysts, and account professionals to deliver a robust service infrastructure that is revolutionary in its combination of flexibility and affordability. The core capabilities that drive Hanover’s research engine include primary research, secondary research, data analysis, and grant development. By enthusiastically fostering an environment of respect, encouragement, and support, we empower our clients and employees to seize opportunities for growth, impact, and advancement.
As the second fastest growing market research firm worldwide, Hanover has been recognized as a 2017 American Marketing Association Gold Top 50 Firm and Gold Global Top 50 Firm and a 2015 Washington Business Journal 50 Fastest Growing Company.
- Identify unique client needs and translate them into well-defined research requests;
- Design customized research projects on various topics for K-12 and Higher Education clients;
- Appropriately scope and phase out complex multi-phase projects to fit Hanover model;
- Manage the execution of education research projects using a variety of different methodologies by Hanover’s staff of Content Analysts and Research Associates;
- Edit reports for content, structure, and overall clarity to ensure quality control;
- Effectively communicate and explain Hanover’s methodologies and findings to clients;
- Deliver actionable insights and strategic recommendations to clients and leadership;
- Provide updates to Hanover clients on on-going research projects;
- Collaborate with Client Solutions staff to develop long-term relationships and to ensure client satisfaction;
- Provide researchers with guidance and constructive feedback on assigned projects;
- Act as a mentor and coach to entry-senior level research staff.
- Strong command of primary, secondary, and quantitative methodologies and procedures;
- Willingness to tackle complex, often unfamiliar research requests;
- Ability to prioritize and manage multiple short and long-term projects in order to meet deadlines;
- Ability to proofread and edit research projects while providing constructive feedback;
- Experience writing and researching for a business or professional audience;
- Ability to work under pressure and multitask in a fast-paced environment;
- Proven ability to make quick and informed decisions under tight deadlines;
- Desire to work directly with clients and ensure their satisfaction and retention;
- Working knowledge of education trends;
- Demonstrable problem solving skills;
- Strong command of the English language and demonstrated writing and editing skills;
- Excellent organizational skills and attention to detail;
- Excellent interpersonal and communication skills;
- Extremely strong and demonstrable work ethic;
- Proven academic and professional achievement;
- High comfort level with Microsoft Office applications, such as MS Word, MS Excel, and MS Power Point.
A Master’s degree in Education, Business, Economics, Psychology, Political Science, Sociology, or a related discipline is preferred, though candidates with relevant experience without a Master’s or who hold other degrees will be considered.
Minimum of 5 - 10 years of full-time work experience conducting research, survey design/analysis, or professional writing, preferably within the education sector. At least one year of which in a management position. Applied education research experience is preferred.
- Base salary
- 401(K) employer matching program
- Comprehensive health and dental benefits package
- Advancement and management opportunities
- Community service opportunities
Hanover Research is an Equal Opportunity Employer, providing equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, national origin, age, genetic information, disability, veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by applicable federal, state, or local law. This policy applies to all terms and conditions of employment, including recruiting, hiring, placement, compensation, training, promotion, transfer, leaves of absence, and termination.
Director Of Education And Research
Responsible for management and leadership of the Center for Professional Practice, Development, and Research which Has the following departments: Nursing and Patient Education, and Nursing Research. In addition, Provides oversight of evidence based practice, the professional development model, and nursing peer review. Accountable for the planning, coordination, implementation, and evaluation of activities for Nursing designed to meet goals established to enhance professional development, to increase the clinical, leadership, and managerial competency of the staff, to enhance patient outcomes through education, research and evidence based practice, to facilitate the hard-wiring of quality initiatives, and to meet or exceed internal and external benchmarks.
Minimum Education: PhD or DNP; registered to practice profession of nursing in Texas
Minimum years in previous to employment: Three (3) years general nursing experience; five (5) years of progressive management experience.
1. Contributes to quality cost effective patient care through programs designed to meet learning needs to achieve desired patient outcomes, to increase clinical, leadership, and managerial competency, to promote error reduction, and to enhance professional development
2. Guides and mentors others in the interpretation of research and evidence based practice publications
3. Conducts, supports, and/or participates in research projects to promote a knowledge base for nursing and advanced nursing practice
4. Promotes shared leadership through the active participation in activities to achieve the Nursing strategic goals, effective communication, and the resolution of problems
5. Provides insight into role expectations of the graduate nurse to the schools of nursing faculty
6. Develops, integrates, and implements goals of the hospital and nursing into services provided by the department
7.Serve as a member of the nursing, hospital, and system committees as appointed
8.Represents the hospital on a local, state, nation, and international level
9.Manages departmental budgets to assure resources are available to achieve stated goals
10. Recruits, selects, and manages department personnel
11. Monitors work assignments and projects of department staff to maximize productivity and equitable distribution of assignments
12. Provides quality customer service through educational offerings, collaboration, and consultation
13. Serves as a liaison to the local schools of nursing and facilitates placement of students to achieve curriculum requirements
14. Collaborates with the Deans of the nursing schools to develop creative approaches to integrate academic and organizational nursing education
15. Develops innovative methods to provide and enhance educational programs/offerings leveraging technology to increase access
16. Provide oversight to the continuing education accreditation program
17. Participates on Nursing Fellowship Committee assuring selection of qualified candidates and the timely payment of recipients
1. Effective communication skills
2. Knowledgeable of adult learning theory
3. Knowledgeable of teaching principles, methods, and modes
4. Able to work with others and demonstrated leadership skills
5. Knowledgeable of quality processes
6. Able to participate in a professional organization
Regional Director Of Rehabilitation Education And Development
Balance Life & Work with a New Career Opportunity
(LONG TERM CARE)
(SHORT TERM REHAB)
(SUB ACUTE CARE)
Now Hiring – REGIONAL DIRECTOR OF REHABILITATION EDUCATION & DEVELOPMENT – MUST BE PT/OT/SLP- Richmond, VA
The CareOne mission is to define excellence within the health care community. We are dedicated to Maximizing Patient Outcomes. We treat Residents, their families and each other with respect, dignity and compassion. Through a collaborative and consultative approach, we strive to provide a framework of strength and stability for our Centers and Communities. We work to maintain the highest standards of care and service for Residents, families and our valued employees.
We are proud to Offer:
Comprehensive Healthcare Benefits
401k Retirement Plan
Paid Time Off
Opportunities to advance and grow your career
If working with people who are dedicated, compassionate, and concerned about their patients is essential to you, then you'll appreciate being a part of our team. We've built a strong reputation on the outstanding level of care that we provide. We have a graciously appointed facility with strong belief in patient care and service; join us at our beautiful facility!
We are an Equal Opportunity Employer
The Regional Director of Rehabilitation Education and Development works with the Regional Director of Rehabilitation to ensure clinical competence and education for the rehabilitation staff of the centers. The Regional Director of Rehabilitation Education and Development implements programs to educate staff on clinical practice, documentation, regulatory compliance, professional development, and specialty services/program development for the centers that he/she is assigned. The Regional Director of Rehabilitation Education and Development is responsible for the clinical oversight in a manner that supports the goals of the designated facility(s) while meeting federal and state regulations, as well as state specific practice acts. The Regional Director of Rehabilitation Education and Compliance is responsible for auditing and monitoring of rehabilitation services in the assigned centers and works with the center to develop and implement plans of correction for any areas identified as needing improvement.
Essential Duties & Responsibilities:
Develops and implements educational programs for the company and centers in the following area: a. Therapist competencies b. Therapist competencies for special program or services c. Clinical practice guidelines d. Therapist documentation practices e. Therapist professional growth seminars f. Compliance training g. Program Development h. State/Federal regulations
Provides internal reviews and audits for rehabilitation services and works collaboratively with clinical reimbursement in those processes.Works collaboratively with the Regional Directors of Rehabilitation in the management of all policies and procedures for rehabilitation services.Works with the Senior Director of Rehabilitation Education and Development to develop rehabilitation programs.Assists in the training related to the electronic documentation system.Works collaboratively with the Regional Directors in identifying and addressing center and therapist specific educational needs.Works collaboratively with the Regional Directors of Rehabilitation in facilitating the career ladder program.Works collaboratively with the Regional Directors of Rehabilitation in addressing center and therapist specific educational needs.Assist in the preparation for survey, regulatory reviews, JCAHO etc
Facilitates allegiances with professional organizations on a corporate and facility level.Works collaboratively with the Regional Directors of Rehabilitation and Clinical Specialists in developing and overseeing student programs.Works collaboratively with the Regional Directors of Rehabilitation to provide comprehensive orientation to new DORs..Provides regular reports as to the clinical and compliance status of all centers.Conducts comprehensive compliance audit of all assigned centers.Under the direction of the Senior Director of Rehabilitation Education and Development investigates and acts on matters related to compliance, responding to reports of problems and violations, and corrective actions, makes necessary improvements to policies and procedures, guides disciplinary actions
Assists with all reviews initiated by intermediaries, state or federal agencies in the centers assigned.Adheres to corporate commitment to compliance and works with Senior Director of Rehabilitation Education and Development on all education and compliance initiatives.Qualifications
Actively licensed as a Speech Language Pathologist, Physical or Occupational Therapist within the state of operations
Bachelors degree in Physical Therapy or Occupational Therapy, or a Masters Degree in Speech-Language Pathology
Minimum of 8 years related experience
Management experience at the facility or regional level for a minimum of 5 years.
Knowledge of regulatory policies and reimbursement rules
Prior auditing, compliance, and quality improvement experience
JCAHO, CARF Accreditation experience
ShiftAll ShiftsLicense Required / TypeCCC-SLP, DPT, OTR/L
Administrative Director Of Field Education (7398U) #25883
The University of California, Berkeley, is one of the world's most iconic teaching and research institutions. Since 1868, Berkeley has fueled a perpetual renaissance, generating unparalleled intellectual, economic and social value in California, the United States and the world. Berkeley's culture of openness, freedom and acceptance—academic and artistic, political and cultural—make it a very special place for students, faculty and staff.
Berkeley is committed to hiring and developing staff who want to work in a high performing culture that supports the outstanding work of our faculty and students. In deciding whether to apply for a staff position at Berkeley, candidates are strongly encouraged to consider the alignment of the Berkeley Workplace Culture with their potential for success at http://jobs.berkeley.edu/why-berkeley.html.
Application Review Date
The First Review Date for this job is: November 9, 2018
Berkeley Social Welfare educates students for leadership in the field of social welfare and the profession of social work. Since 1944 we have prepared over 11,000 social work professionals and social work scholars for leadership in a range of research, teaching, advanced practice, and management roles. We offer two graduate degrees: the professional Master of Social Welfare (MSW); and the academic Doctor of Philosophy in Social Welfare (PhD).
Provides analyses for complex budget, financial, academic, data, systems and policy projects working directly with the Director of Field Education, Director of the Latinx Center of Excellence, and Child Welfare Scholars Project Coordinator
Performs analytical studies on a variety of policies, programs and issues, including analysis of quantitative and qualitative data related to grant management and deliverables and program improvement and sustainability.
Responsibility for database architecture and management and management of affiliation agreements through the business contracts office.
Supervision of staff on events planning (i.e. field instructor training, and pre-placement training for MSW students).
Participates in administrative policy and program planning and development for progress toward the goals and sustainability of the Field Education Program, Latinx Center of Excellence, and other stipend programs.
Coordinates efforts with a variety of external and internal contacts; researches organizational structures, policies and procedures; conducts data collection and analyses; and summarizes best practices in field.
Prepares, edits and modifies documents including research reports, manuscripts, presentations, and proposals related to program and grant deliverables and management for internal and external stakeholders.
Provides supervision and management to program staff and affiliates, including graduate student researchers, post-doctoral scholars, and program/administrative assistants.
Bilingual and bicultural in Spanish and English (verbal and written).
Solid communication and interpersonal skills to communicate effectively with all levels of staff, both verbally and in writing (in English and in Spanish)
Knowledge of common campus-specific and other computer application programs, including Microsoft Excel and Word and other data analysis software and databases.
Strong analytical/problem-solving skills.
Strong skills in analyzing and synthesizing large amounts of data for preparing sound and relevant proposals.
Familiarity with MSW programs, processes, and structures, specifically UC Berkeley's MSW program.
Ability to analyze, visualize, and present data to a wide range of audiences.
Strong organizational and project coordination skills
Experience with event planning, social media, and web design.
Ability to multi-task with demanding timeframes.
Ability to use discretion and maintain all confidentiality.
Bachelor's degree in related area and/or equivalent experience/training.
- Masters in Social Work or in related area highly preferred
Salary & Benefits
Salary will be commensurate with experience.
For information on the comprehensive benefits package offered by the University visit:
How to Apply
Please submit your cover letter and resume as a single attachment when applying.
Conviction History Background
This is a designated position requiring fingerprinting and a background check due to the nature of the job responsibilities. Berkeley does hire people with conviction histories and reviews information received in the context of the job responsibilities. The University reserves the right to make employment contingent upon successful completion of the background check.
Equal Employment Opportunity
The University of California is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, or protected veteran status. For more information about your rights as an applicant see: http://www.eeoc.gov/employers/upload/poster_screen_reader_optimized.pdf
For the complete University of California nondiscrimination and affirmative action policy see:
Director Of Special Education And Early Intervention Services
Director of Special Education and Early Intervention Services (SEEIS)
The Director of Special Education and Early Intervention (SEEIS) will be responsible for assisting the Executive Director of Special Education with the planning, development and implementation of a general supervision and accountability system designed to ensure a free and appropriate public education (FAPE) for all students with disabilities in Wayne County. The Director will be responsible for the implementation and monitoring of the Early On program. The Director will support the development, direction, and management of budgets related to the IDEA and Early On. The Director will supervise and conduct the evaluation of SEEIS consultants and support staff.
DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES:
Assist the Executive Director of Special Education and Early Intervention with the development and implementation of a system for general supervision and accountability to ensure a free and appropriate public education for all students with disabilities in Wayne County.
Assist the Executive Director with the development and implementation of a monitoring process aligned with the system of general supervision and accountability.
Direct and manage the implementation of the monitoring process utilizing the MDE's electronic system.
Provide technical assistance to LEAs/PSAs related to the delivery of special education programs and services and the monitoring process.
Assist the Executive Director with the development and management of the Early On grant and district/agency agreements.
Supervise the implementation and monitoring of Early On programs and services.
Supervise the implementation of county wide assistive technology supports and services.
Stay current with all special education and early intervention laws, rules, and regulations, relevant research and effective practices.
Assist the Executive Director with the management, and coordination of activities/practices related to the implementation of the requirements of the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA), and the Michigan Administrative Rules for Special Education (MARSE).
Provide management and support for the implementation of county policies, procedures, and practices.
Attend and participate in Coordinating Council meetings providing regular updates regarding a variety of educational subjects
Meet all RESA, state and federal deadlines, programmatic requirements and document expectations.
Support the development, implementation, monitoring and documentation of local, state and federal grants as required.
Responsible for Wayne RESA's consistent achievement of its mission and ensure that the long-range strategies are achieved in a consistent and timely manner
Maintain official records and documentation such as work plans and grant activities
Maintain a climate that attracts, keeps, and motivates a diverse staff of top quality people
Conduct regular performance evaluations and ensure that job descriptions are maintained and reflect the direction of the department
Assist the Executive Director with supervisory oversight and direction of Special Education consultant staff
Assist the Executive Director with the oversight and direction in the development of the department's programs and services
Provide leadership to help grow cross departmental collaboration
Perform other duties as assigned
Master's Degree required
Special Education Director Approval required
Full approval in at least one area of special education required
Administrator Certificate preferred
Four (4) years of successful administrative experience in special education required
Minimum seven (7) years combined K-12 teaching, administrative or ISD experience required
Experience working in a variety of school settings preferred
SKILLS AND TRAINING
Demonstrated leadership and experience in teaching, administration, planning and assessment of special education preferred
Demonstrated consultation, training, group facilitation and process skills required
Demonstrated skill in proposal development, organization and budget management
Demonstrated skill in managing multiple projects and assignments required
Demonstrated skill in building teams and supporting communication and collaboration required
Demonstrated verbal and written communication skills required
Demonstrated skill working with diverse populations required
Salary: Competitive salary and comprehensive benefits package including health/dental/vision/life and long-term disability insurance. Generous time off including 19 paid holidays, sick, vacation and personal business days. Membership in the Michigan Public Schools Employee Retirement System www.michigan.gov/ors.
Application Process and Timeline: Internal and external applicants must complete and submit an online application at http://www.applitrack.com/resa/OnlineApp/default.aspx (Job ID #12290) by 11:00 p.m., Sunday, November 25, 2018 in order to be considered.
Wayne County Regional Educational Service Agency (Wayne RESA) provides leadership and services to the 33 local school districts and 108 Public School Academies (PSAs) that educate almost 290,000 students. Wayne RESA is committed to the process of continuous improvement through service, leadership, collaboration, and excellence, and is a goals-driven organization that empowers staff to maximize resources to support student achievement.
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Treasury Services Sales Group Manager/Executive Director (Healthcare, Higher Education & Not-For-Profit) - New York, NY
Treasury Services Sales Group Manager/Executive Director (Healthcare, Higher Education & Not-for-Profit) - New York, NY
Req #: 180104167
Location: New York, NY,US
Job Category: Relationship Management/Sales
The Treasury Services Sales Group Manager (Healthcare, Higher Education & Not-for Profit - Northeast Region) is responsible for leading and coaching a regional Treasury Sales team that will consist of 10+ people.
The TS Sales Group Manager plays a key role in the guidance and development of Treasury Management Officer's (TMO's) and Sales Associate's (SA's)—delivering an exceptional experience for clients while mitigating risk and appropriately guiding the team. This position also attends and in many cases presents at industry functions and client roundtables. This role is expected to step in/fill in for TMO's who are away from work due to vacations or for personal reasons.
This key, strategic role maintains and develops trusted relationships with Coverage Partner leadership, Bankers, Service, Product Leadership (Core Cash, Card and Paymentech) and Implementation teams.
The HHN business targets
Healthcare: Hospitals, Health Systems, Large Physician Groups, LTC Facilities
Higher Education: College and Universities
Not For Profits: Social/Human Services, Membership Organizations, Foundations, and Cultural Institutions
Principle Duties and Responsibilities
Provide leadership, coaching, and development on all aspects needed to achieve successful performance including partner management and customer retention.
Monitor staff performance, provide appropriate coaching, recognition and feedback.
Work with the National TS Sales Group Executive for HHN to clearly communicate the vision, goals and expectations for the team.
Work with the National TS Sales Group Executive for HHN to develop sales strategies within the market (legacy and expansion) to drive key metrics growth
Guide and coach development of client proposals/presentations. Review materials including RFP responses.
Attend and participate at finalist presentations, industry events and client roundtables.
Fill in for TMO's on vacation or out for personal reasons.
Elevate client and internal issues promptly and to the proper areas and levels of the firm.
Monitor performance of team members on a frequent basis.
Build collaborative internal relationships--with Coverage Leadership, Bankers and other internal partners.
Participates in partner meetings and communicates key Treasury Management messages in a timely and accurate manner.
Aligns daily activities to drive strategic business objectives.
Protects the firm by applying sound risk management protocols and adhering to regulatory requirements.
Takes ownership of escalated segment client issues and leverages the appropriate resources to champion results.
Establishing solid partnerships with other JPMorgan Chase businesses in your region to identify and close cross-sell corporate card opportunities
Lead TS Sales team in assigned region to deliver on business growth objectives
Recruit, train, lead, coach, and motivate sales associates and sales officers
Develop, monitor and analyze performance metrics to evaluate regional effectiveness relative to key metric performance and goals
Implement strategies and tactics to improve performance, efficiency and partner service
Plan and direct field sales managers daily activities
Demonstrate exceptional leadership, follow-up and project management skills
Lead/execute special projects and assignments as required
Bachelor's Degree required; MBA or Masters in Finance or related field a plus
10+ years' experience in Treasury Services or Commercial Banking sales/sales management
Strong record of accomplishment leading a Treasury Sales team focused on the Healthcare, Higher Education & Not-for-Profit space within a Tier I Banking environment.
3 – 5 years of management experience over a sale team with 5+ employees
Experience in managing geographically distributed team
Experience in the Healthcare, Higher Education, and Not-for-Profit industry segments.
Deep consultative sales acumen
Sales management in an outside business to business sales environment with a documented track record of success / top performance
Strong coaching, motivation and leadership skills; ability to network, recruit, train, develop and promote field sales officers
Executive Presence showing success building and influencing internal and external strategic selling networks
Deliver Results – Individually and as a Team
Foster existing client relationships – Individually and as a Team
Partner with the field organization at all levels of management
Manage Risk Controls Environment
Adhere to policies and procedures
Relationship Building – Ability to develop and build strong relationships with clients and internal stakeholders. Ability to influence those outside of direct management control.
Marketing Expertise – Ability to leverage expert knowledge to proactively and creatively present solutions to clients and prospects or to guide a team to this result. (applies to in market team leads) Ability to mobilize internal networks and resources.
Leadership and Support – Ability to direct and guide a team to accomplish objectives. Ability to provide strong leadership across a team, provide business guidance and support. Ability to coordinate inside sales infrastructure.
Communication – Strong ability to effectively communicate (oral and written) with multiple levels of the organization (internally and externally)
Problem Solving – Ability to identify a problems root cause and drive to resolution. Ability to direct escalations and ensure follow through.
Performance Measurement – Sense of urgency and ability to manage and direct staff and deliver all facets of performance management (coaching, career mobility, reviews, action plans, etc.) Ability to measure key performance metrics and drive organization accordingly
Business Acumen – Ability to understand the overarching Middle Market Treasury Service business environment both internally and externally. Ability to drive business results in alignment with strategic objectives. Ability to drive and manage process and controls.
The final officer title and job grade is at the discretion of the firm and will be discussed at the time of offer. It may be different than what is listed on the requisition based on candidate experience level.
Director - Transportation, Special Education
Opening Date: November 9, 2018
Closing Date: November 30, 2018
Reports To: Senior Executive Director,
Transportation & Vehicle Maintenance
Wage/Hour Status: Exempt
Dept. /School: Transportation Department
Pay Grade: Admin Management JG 7
Terms of Employment:
12 months/240 days per year. Salary is on Administrative Management Job Group 7 on the SAISD Compensation Plan on a Non-Chapter 21 contract. Entry level is at an annual rate of $77,148.00 with additional consideration for directly related experience.
To assist in the attainment of district goals through the administration of a safe and courteous student transportation operation.
Bachelor's degree or equivalent years of experience
Candidate must have satisfactory outcome of fingerprinting background check. Non-refundable fee (approximately $50.00) paid by the applicant
Must have reliable transportation and have valid Texas driver's license and a good driving record. Must meet and maintain liability insurance coverage eligibility
Special Knowledge and Skills:
Must pass annual medical examination per Department of Transportation (DOT) regulations
Ability to obtain Department of Public Safety (DPS) Bus Driver certification within ninety (90) calendar days of employment
Meet alcohol and controlled substance testing requirements as set forth by the Omnibus Transportation Employee Testing Act of 1991
Demonstrate leadership and communication skills
Three (3) years in supervisory positions
Major Responsibilities and Duties:
(The following statements describe the general purpose and responsibilities assigned and should not be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, skills, efforts, or working conditions that may be assigned or skills that may be required.)
Manage the operations of the Transportation Department.
Administer the development and assignment of special education bus routes, as well as programs and extracurricular or athletic field trips.
Initiate and participate in the Admission, Review, and Dismissal (ARD) and staffings, and process and provide specialized trainings.
Interact with parents, school staff and other departments as necessary in order to maximize service and resolve conflicts.
Perform field supervision duties including employee supervision and route assessment.
Assist in the training of employees as necessary.
Assist the Executive Director in the development of employee evaluations.
Insure proper billing of schools and other departments for all transportation services provided.
Ability to demonstrate the following core values: integrity, high expectations, commitment, respect, dedication to teamwork and passion for a student-centered environment
Daily attendance and punctuality at work are essential functions of the job.
- Direct supervision of office staff, bus drivers and bus assistants.
Office equipment – personal computer, printer, calculator, multi-line telephone
Communication equipment – Radio communication equipment, cellular telephone
Maintain emotional control under stress
Work with frequent interruptions
Work with frequent deadlines
Frequent: Sitting, standing, walking, climbing stairs and/or ramps, balancing, stooping, kneeling, crouching, crawling, pulling, pushing, reaching, repetitive hand motions, hearing, speaking clearly, visual acuity, driving, traveling
Occasional: Lifting, moderate, 15-44 pounds; carrying, moderate, 15-44 pounds
Frequent exposure to: temperature extremes (hot and cold), humidity extremes, noise, low or intense illumination, vibration
Occasional exposure to: biological hazards (communicable diseases, bacteria, insects, mold, fungi, etc.), work outside, work around moving objects or vehicles, work on uneven surfaces, work alone, work prolonged or irregular hours
It is the policy of San Antonio ISD not to discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, age, sex, gender identity, gender expression, sexual orientation or disability in its vocational programs, services or activities as required by Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, as amended; Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972; Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, as amended, and SAISD's board policies DIA, FFH, and FFI.
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