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The Early Childhood Program Education Coordinator (ECEC) is a part-time, non-exempt position that will provide oversight for educational initiatives of the Early Childhood Program (ECP) with strong research, communication, and documentation skills. Professional collaboration is required to create a learning environment that promotes child-centered emergent projects and inspired exploration. Supportive and productive professional connections between community, families, and colleagues in ways that enhance each child’s development will be strongly encouraged.
Primary Duties and Responsibilities:
- Use multicultural teaching/leadership methods, materials and resources that reflect multiple perspectives.
- Maintain an organized system of tracking, monitoring, and prioritizing tasks and projects for the ECP.
- Demonstrate thorough knowledge of the Early Childhood Program and its operational structure, priorities, and commitments.
- Maintain healthy communication with the EC staff and appropriate stakeholders; coordinate correspondence as needed upon request. Written communication will be clear, concise, and free from error. Follow up with written documentation by sending an email stating status of job. All deadlines will be met.
- Coordinate logistical arrangements and hospitality of education and trainings, focus groups, and other educational activities held by the ECP. Send reminder memo and agenda prior to educational trainings, distributing them to appropriate participants.
- Support development, monitoring, and evaluation of educational program goals.
- Work collaboratively with multiple stakeholders to implement evidence-based instructional models that support EC achievement at the highest levels.
- Communicate regularly with and respond to requests from administrators, department leaders, speakers, and other stakeholders requesting educational trainings.
- Work with the Communications Director to develop and implement effective educational marketing and outreach strategies to serve programs and communities at large.
- Maintain knowledge regarding national and local legislative issues and positively represent EC education.
- Update job knowledge by participating in educational opportunities; reading professional publications; maintaining personal networks; and participating in professional organizations.
- Work with the eight northern Pueblos, as well as with ENIPC to develop an Education Plan to be reviewed yearly.
- Performs any other duties as assigned.
Desired Skills and Experience:
- BA/BS degree preferred in a related field, with a minimum of 1-3 years experience in a fast-paced organization
- Experience with non-profit organizations and/or other educational systems preferred
- Experience in setting priorities and meeting deadlines
- Strong written and verbal communication skills; solid computer skills, Microsoft Office suite
- Demonstrated skill in composing and proofing materials; detail oriented
- Demonstrated leadership capability
- Excellent interpersonal skills; ability to communicate and work across multi-cultural settings and with a wide range of constituencies
- Valid and unrestricted NM driver’s license
- Sense of humor
Compensation and Benefits:
- Compensation depends on experience.
- Generous benefits packet includes health, dental, vision, disability, and life insurances, retirement, vacation and sick leave. Other benefits include working in an office friendly and team-oriented environment. LANL Foundation is an equal opportunity employer.
To Apply: E-mail a resume and Letter of Interest to email@example.com, including “Early Childhood Program Education Coordinator” in the subject line