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Part-time Coordinator Workforce Development

Serves the college’s partners in business and industry by managing the identification, development, organization and promotion of training to meet the workforce development needs required for economic stability and expansion.

PRIMARY DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES*

Develops and coordinates innovative workforce education courses and programs including developing course schedules, preparing contracts, arranging instructional facilities and media, negotiating instructor agreements, and recording attendance and satisfactory completion.

Actively seeks contact with area business and industry to identify and inform potential clientele of the services available, provides feedback on training provided, and adapts programs to changing requirements.

Coordinates apprenticeship opportunities

Works with the marketing director to create and maintain current brochures, applications, web resources, and other program marketing materials.

Plans, develops, prepares, and proofreads workforce development course descriptions.

Assesses community needs based on input from students, professional associations, and industry professionals to develop or revise programs.

Recruits, assigns, advises, and evaluates hourly instructors in the development and delivery of public training programs.

Evaluates the effectiveness of programs and performance of workforce development instructors to ensure customer satisfaction, program quality, and regulatory compliance.

Serves with the dean on advisory boards; attends professional conferences, state agency meetings, and job fairs as required.

Other duties may be assigned.

SUPERVISION – Works under the general supervision of the Associate Dean of Occupational Programs

ATTENDANCE – This position requires flexibility in work schedule according to the needs of prospective clientele and the requirement to work closely with college support and instructional staff.    May at times require day, evening, and/or weekend activity and travel.

WORKING CONDITIONS- Conditions may vary from a typical office environment to those of an industrial fabrication facility, outdoor construction site, or other operation.  Individuals in this position must be able to access varied worksites while observing all OSHA safety standards, be able to communicate effectively with a variety of client personnel, and undertake regional travel under occasional late night and/or poor weather conditions.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

  • Bachelor’s degree in Business, an Occupational Profession, or a related field.
  • Three to five years’ experience in the instruction and/or administration of occupational training programs, or combination of education and experience commensurate with the requirements of the position.
  • Proficiency in standard office and instructional software applications.
  • Effective interpersonal and communications skills.
  • Valid driver’s license.

JOB DIMENSIONS – Knowledge of work , Performance Results, Planning and Organization, Impact, Negotiation, Persuasiveness, Self-Reliance, Sensitivity, Attention to detail, Work Standards, Initiative, Stress Tolerance, Technical/Professional Self Development, Analysis, Judgment, Decisiveness, Commitment to College, Dependability, Teamwork, Informal and Written Communications, Oral Presentations, and Delegation

08/2013

Kirtland Community College is an equal opportunity employer


* This job description is intended to describe the type and level of work being performed by a person in this position. It is not an exhaustive list of all duties and responsibilities required by a person so classified.