Education Program Specialist - Rural Support - Ohio Department of Education

Education Program Specialist - Rural Support - Ohio Department of Education

School District / Company: Ohio Department of Education

Phone: (614) 466-3763

Email Address:

Address:
Street Address : 25 South Front Street
City : Columbus
State : Ohio
Zip Code : 43215

Position Title: Education Program Specialist - Rural Support

Number of Openings: 1

Position Type: Other

Start Date:
MM : 3
DD : 23
YYYY : 2018

Duties: Strong relationship building skills including superb communication skills make you a great candidate for this position. This position will serve in rural and small-town school districts across Ohio (primarily in Appalachian Ohio) as support between state agencies, state system of support and school districts for the delivery of coordinated continuous improvement efforts.

Major Responsibilities and Duties:
Provides customer-focused specialized continuous improvement assistance:
• Acts as Ohio Department of Education (ODE) point of contact for rural and small-town districts;
• Provides ongoing internal/external customer service to rural and small-town school districts across Ohio and as such will require travel primarily in Appalachian Ohio;
• Determines, develops and/or provides targeted professional development opportunities for stakeholders to support human capital management, leadership, instruction, resource alignment and culture and climate;
• Supports districts’ engagement in continuous improvement cycle process (e.g., stakeholder engagement, planning, data analysis, implementation, evaluation);
• Engages in continuous feedback process in coordination with the state system of support (e.g., survey, feedback) and evaluates training implementation;
• Develops, presents and/or provides resources for specialized requests (e.g., respond to communications, travel to locations to conduct site visits, conferences, events).

Supports state and federal laws, programs, funds and grants by conducting comprehensive monitoring through appropriate department procedures:
• Ensures program, funds and grants are in compliance with state and federal laws (e.g., provides onsite support);
• Researches, compiles data, analyzes reviews, interprets, and completes reports regarding state and federal laws and recommends local policy changes for stakeholders as needed;
• Researches, compiles data, analyzes reviews, interprets, and completes reports regarding state and federal laws and recommends policy changes as needed to direct supervisor.

Facilitates regional peer-to-peer and stakeholder meetings to foster collaboration and learning across the participants:
• Establishes and maintains collaboration with internal and external stakeholders (e.g., participate in work groups, facilitate collaboration events, provide feedback);
• Communicates policies, procedures, standards and business rules with regional stakeholders and collects feedback;
• Creates and shares culturally responsive products, tools and methods for implementation according to evidence-based best practices;
• Collaborates with ODE Research Office and field to implement practices to inform research.

Performs other related duties as assigned:
• Contributes to office/agency initiatives;
• Participates in collaborative cross-agency initiatives;
• Stays informed on industry trends;
• Participates in job-related professional development and ongoing training;
• Serves on state-wide committees to build partnerships.

Experience Required: Minimum Qualifications:
Completion of a Master’s degree in one of the following areas: education administration, educational leadership, public administration, education, public policy management, social sciences, curriculum design; and 3 years of experience in a rural setting in any combination of the following:
• Building and/or district level school administration (i.e., principal, assistant principal, director of special education, pupil services, curriculum and instruction, federal programs, or related service areas).
• Administrator in a rural educational setting (e.g., 4H, Big Brothers Big Sisters).

Wage or Salary: $26.30 - $38.84 hourly/$54,704 - $80,808 annually

Approximate Work Hours or Days: M-F, 8:00am - 5:00pm subject to Agency's flexible work scheduling

How to Apply:
To view and/or apply for this position, please visit http://careers.ohio.gov and search for State of Ohio Government Jobs > Filter > Department > Education.

Posting End Date:
MM : 4
DD : 1
YYYY : 2018

School District / Company: Ohio Department of Education

Phone: (614) 466-3763

Email Address:

Address:
Street Address : 25 South Front Street
City : Columbus
State : Ohio
Zip Code : 43215

Position Title: Education Program Specialist - Rural Support

Number of Openings: 1

Position Type: Other

Start Date:
MM : 3
DD : 23
YYYY : 2018

Duties: Strong relationship building skills including superb communication skills make you a great candidate for this position. This position will serve in rural and small-town school districts across Ohio (primarily in Appalachian Ohio) as support between state agencies, state system of support and school districts for the delivery of coordinated continuous improvement efforts.

Major Responsibilities and Duties:
Provides customer-focused specialized continuous improvement assistance:
• Acts as Ohio Department of Education (ODE) point of contact for rural and small-town districts;
• Provides ongoing internal/external customer service to rural and small-town school districts across Ohio and as such will require travel primarily in Appalachian Ohio;
• Determines, develops and/or provides targeted professional development opportunities for stakeholders to support human capital management, leadership, instruction, resource alignment and culture and climate;
• Supports districts’ engagement in continuous improvement cycle process (e.g., stakeholder engagement, planning, data analysis, implementation, evaluation);
• Engages in continuous feedback process in coordination with the state system of support (e.g., survey, feedback) and evaluates training implementation;
• Develops, presents and/or provides resources for specialized requests (e.g., respond to communications, travel to locations to conduct site visits, conferences, events).

Supports state and federal laws, programs, funds and grants by conducting comprehensive monitoring through appropriate department procedures:
• Ensures program, funds and grants are in compliance with state and federal laws (e.g., provides onsite support);
• Researches, compiles data, analyzes reviews, interprets, and completes reports regarding state and federal laws and recommends local policy changes for stakeholders as needed;
• Researches, compiles data, analyzes reviews, interprets, and completes reports regarding state and federal laws and recommends policy changes as needed to direct supervisor.

Facilitates regional peer-to-peer and stakeholder meetings to foster collaboration and learning across the participants:
• Establishes and maintains collaboration with internal and external stakeholders (e.g., participate in work groups, facilitate collaboration events, provide feedback);
• Communicates policies, procedures, standards and business rules with regional stakeholders and collects feedback;
• Creates and shares culturally responsive products, tools and methods for implementation according to evidence-based best practices;
• Collaborates with ODE Research Office and field to implement practices to inform research.

Performs other related duties as assigned:
• Contributes to office/agency initiatives;
• Participates in collaborative cross-agency initiatives;
• Stays informed on industry trends;
• Participates in job-related professional development and ongoing training;
• Serves on state-wide committees to build partnerships.

Experience Required: Minimum Qualifications:
Completion of a Master’s degree in one of the following areas: education administration, educational leadership, public administration, education, public policy management, social sciences, curriculum design; and 3 years of experience in a rural setting in any combination of the following:
• Building and/or district level school administration (i.e., principal, assistant principal, director of special education, pupil services, curriculum and instruction, federal programs, or related service areas).
• Administrator in a rural educational setting (e.g., 4H, Big Brothers Big Sisters).

Wage or Salary: $26.30 - $38.84 hourly/$54,704 - $80,808 annually

Approximate Work Hours or Days: M-F, 8:00am - 5:00pm subject to Agency's flexible work scheduling

How to Apply:
To view and/or apply for this position, please visit http://careers.ohio.gov and search for State of Ohio Government Jobs > Filter > Department > Education.

Posting End Date:
MM : 4
DD : 1
YYYY : 2018