Education Coordinator I –VIRGINIA STATE UNIVERSITY (Petersburg, Virginia)
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: Provides technical assistance to local school division personnel, university faculty, professional organizations, and business organizations; develops materials to support technical assistance needs of teachers and students participating in the TSA programs; implements and strengthens TSA activities as an integral part of statewide technology education curriculum of local school divisions; organizes and coordinates regional workshops and statewide student leadership conferences; prepares curriculum-based testing materials for regional and state competitive events programs; evaluates TSA programs and activities at the regional and statewide level in order to develop relevant co-curricular instructional resource materials and publications for classroom and laboratory implementation; works with the Virginia Department of Education staff to develop needs assessment tools; evaluate data and determine statewide program needs and report program success; provides in-services and other support activities and teaching strategies to maintain, improve and expand the technology education student organization as an integral part of the curriculum of local school divisions; maintains detailed financial records that follow requirements necessary to prepare financial statements in accordance with generally-accepted accounting principles and procedures; and maintain membership records for periodic review and presentation.
REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS: Considerable knowledge of the Technology Student Association organizational management structure and policies; considerable knowledge of technology education with emphasis on communication, manufacturing, construction, transportation biotechnology resources used by students in middle and high schools, and of STEM; knowledge and ability to establish and maintain business partnerships, association policies, regulations and bylaws, and provide assistance to the governing body; some knowledge of financial management related to non-profit organizations to include conference arrangements, processing payment vouchers and establishing and maintaining budgets; skill using Microsoft Suite, i.e., MS Word, Excel, Access, PowerPoint, Publisher, and e-mail and Internet; a valid teaching license with endorsement in Technology Education is required. Also, must have experience teaching Technology Education in the classroom and as a Technology Student Association Advisor.
This position is restricted due to its funding from non-continuous or non-recurring funding sources
Hiring Range: $40,959 – $48,857
Position Number: 00616
Closing: December 16, 2011
HOW TO APPLY: Virginia State University only accepts applications through the online state Recruitment Management System (RMS). Resumes do not substitute for a completed online application. Faxed, e-mailed, or mailed applications and/or attachments will not be accepted. Visit https://jobs.agencies.virginia.gov/ to complete an online application.
The selected candidate will be subject to an extensive and complete criminal history background check, which may include fingerprinting. The candidate may be required to complete a Statement of Personal Economic Interest as a condition of employment, if applicable.