Teaching to Lead Program Manager
Part-time professional staff position
The Teaching to Lead (T2L) Program Manager’s primary responsibility is to provide leadership and technical assistance for state education agencies, districts, schools, universities and other entities with the implementation of the program and the delivery of professional development and classroom coaching.
The selected individual will:
- Develop, present, disseminate and provide technical assistance for T2L information and materials to SREB staff, schools, districts, state agencies, and postsecondary institutions.
- Update T2L curriculum for teachers and leaders.
- Develop and present proposals for services and contracts for schools, districts, and state agencies and postsecondary institutions.
- Assist with data collection, analysis and reporting, including compiling charts and tables for annual reports.
- Works with SREB staff to evaluate the effectiveness of the T2L model.
- Work with schools, districts, states and postsecondary institutions to train others in the delivery of T2L professional development
- Work with TCTW Director and accounting coordinator to develop and monitor annual T2L budget.
- Respond to questions, both written and verbal, from director, program sites, other SREB departments, and external stakeholders.
- Maintain contact information of individuals and programs that are serviced with T2L.
- Coordinate work of others when schedule demands additional consultants deliver T2L curriculum.
- Keep current with effective teaching and learning practices and their relationship to teaching career and technical education (CTE).
- Establish and maintain positive relationships with SREB staff, local and state education agencies.
- Lift, move, carry, pack, push and pull professional development materials, supplies and luggage.
- Travel frequently to numerous states, sometimes for extended periods of time.
- Master’s degree
- Five years of experience teaching in a career and technical education (CTE) pathway at the secondary or postsecondary levels
- Minimum of three years administrative experience in classroom observations and walkthroughs
- Knowledge of technical, academic and 21st Century content taught in CTE courses.
- Knowledge and use of educational technologies and information technologies
- Ability to develop strong working relationships and networks among policy makers and practitioners in multiple states
- Excellent organization skills
- Effective communicator with a variety of constituents
- Detail-oriented; ability to prioritize assignments
- Proven ability to work independently and as a team member
- Proficient with Microsoft Office, including Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook and Access
- Experience with Danielson Framework
- Administrative experience as a principal or director of a technical center
Qualified applicants are encouraged to submit a letter of application, current resume, the names and contact information (preferably email addresses) of three professional references, and salary requirements. Please send all application materials in one file to human.resources@SREB.org.