• Early Childhood Program Developer/Manager

    Job Location US-RI-Providence
    Posted Date 3 months ago(12/21/2018 5:41 PM)
    ID
    2018-2701
  • Overview

     

    SEIU 

    Education and Support Fund

     

    Job TitleEarly Childhood Program Developer/Manager                  Annual Pay: 55K to 65K +competitive benefits package

    Location:  Amherst, Worcester, Boston, MA

     

     

    SEIU Education and Support Fund (ESF) seeks to fill a newly created Early Childhood Program Developer/Manager position.  This person will be on point to develop and implement a multitude of early childhood education programs with the goal of replicating certain programs nationally.  In addition, a successful candidate for this position will have a passion for the mission of ESF and will be able to align the programmatic work with the organization’s strategic goals.

     

    About SEIU Education and Support Fund and the National Early Childhood Training Center (NETC)

     

    ESF is a 501(c)(3) founded for the purpose of providing training and education for workers in the service and care industries.  The SEIU National Early Childhood Education Training Center (NETC) is a program of ESF and aims to improve the quality of early learning for children of all backgrounds;  improve job quality and provide access to career pathways for early childhood educators, large numbers of whom are low-income women of color.

    The Program Developer/Manager Will:

     

    • Design , test and document training curriculum, tools and strategies and programs for early childhood educators
    • Manage the implementation of the NETC’s programs across multiple states through our state based affiliates
    • Establish key metrics to use for evaluation and develop systems to collect data
    • Coordinate evaluation efforts and support the NETC leadership team In learning
    • Track progress, and provide visibility to schedules, outcomes and deliverables
    • Work collaboratively with partners including state agencies, NETC leadership team, program staff at the state based affiliates, other non-profit and higher education institutions
    • Provide staff supervision as needed

     

    The ideal candidate:

    • Is a systems-thinker and is able to analyze and present data and insights to ignite action, track and evaluate operational effectiveness
    • A bachelor’s degree in an applicable subject area and 5 years of experience
    • Has experience developing curriculum, especially for early childhood educators
    • Strong visual presentation skills and writing skills for developing and delivering reports and presentations
    • Has experience working with diverse communities including low-income women of color
    • Is committed to fighting structural racism and other systemic social and economic injustices
    • Is comfortable working and leading in a fast-paced, fast-changing, ambiguous situations
    • Preferable fluent in English and Spanish



    Application Requirements:

     

    A resume is required for all applications and a cover letter is highly suggested.  Your cover letter should explain your reason for wanting to work for us, an example of how you demonstrated success in a similar position and a description of how this position fits into your long-term career plan. 

     

     

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    SEIU is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

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