The purpose of this position is to lead a diverse team in the development, implementation, and strategic planning of educational programming pertinent to the vision and mission of the Institute, and to lead internal and external evaluation efforts.
This is a full time benefited position.
This position is open until filled.
- Develop and lead impactful educational programming that provides participants with the tools needed to begin engaging in the Rockefeller Ethic and furthers the strategic vision of the Institute
- Lead internal and external evaluation efforts for the Institute that aides in the continuous improvement process, quantitative and qualitative story telling, and insightful reports for stakeholders
- Seek, cultivate, and steward partnerships that lead to increased demand for educational programming
- Successfully manage relationships with partners engaged in other areas of the Institute (programs, senior management team, conference services, development, etc.)
- Ensure continuous educational programming improvement by learning from data; regularly measuring, monitoring and reporting outcomes
- Work with the finance team, marketing, and senior team to establish measurable annual goals for educational programming
- Work with Institute staff to provide cross-training in educational programming delivery as appropriate
- Lead the education team and build capacity to provide educational programming and facilitation
- Collaborate effectively with the leader of the programs team to cross-train staff and maintain scheduling to provide adequate staffing for both educational and programs activities
- Plan, develop, analyze, and manage Institute education budget
- Develop new educational programming according to demand and to take advantage of Institute amenities
- Continue to refine workshop costs based upon demand and cost of delivery
- Advise Institute senior staff on educational programming development, revenue, and expenses
- Provide quarterly reporting to the Institute Board of Directors as directed
- Work collaboratively across departments
- Demonstrated experience in educational programming, development, and evaluation
- High degree of independent judgment and critical thinking skills
- Intellectual curiosity and high level of emotional intelligence
- Proven experience in leadership
- Excellent communication skills
- Excellent analytical, writing, oral presentation, and organizational skills
- Experience in successful grant management and reporting
- Professional appearance and attitude
- Positive, team-minded attitude
- Flexible work schedule
- Proficient computer skills (Microsoft Word, Excel, HTML coding, and basic web interfaces)
Environmental Factors: (lifting, standing, sitting, sounds, chemicals, hazards, etc.)
- Must be able to sit for extended periods of time (8-10 hours), daily
- Must be able to stand for long periods of time (6-10 hours), as needed
- Must be able to lift up to 20 lbs., as needed
- Ability to travel throughout the state and region to deliver educational programming.
- Embrace Core Values: Believe the mission; See the possibilities; Focus on we, not me; Do the right thing; Have fun
Quality or Quantity Standards: The Institute expects integrity, professionalism, and high-quality work from all employees.
Required Education: Master’s degree in related field or at least Bachelor’s + 4 years of relevant experience
Required Experience: 8+ years
On-site residence: not required / not provided
Work Schedule: Varies
Salary range: $52,000-57,000
EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER
We are an Equal Opportunity Employer and do not discriminate based on race, color, national origin, gender, religion, age, disability, veteran or military status, genetic information or any other legally protected status.
DRUG FREE WORKPLACE
We are a Rule 36 Drug Free Workplace which means an applicant is required to submit to a pre-employment drug test after being given a conditional offer of employment.