Program Coordinator II
- San Diego State University
- California, United States
- Salary Not specified
- Posted Date
- Feb 21, 2023
- Position Type
- Faculty Positions, Business & Management, Accounting & Finance
- Employment Level
- Employment Type
- Full Time
Program Coordinator II
Req No: 2023-15071
Type: Full-Time Contract
Salary: $5,373.33 - $8,334/mo
The California Arts Project (TCAP) is one of nine disciplinary professional learning networks under the California Subject Matter Project (CSMP). The following position description reflects the Regional/Site Director position across CSMP; it also details responsibilities that are specific to TCAP. The Regional Director oversees the work of the regional project, including operational and administrative duties, implementation of the site's Scope of Work, develops and sustains a regional network of TCAP Teacher Leaders, leverages additional funding to support the site's programs, evaluates site programs, and creates the yearly application's Scope of Work and budget, aligned with CSMP and TCAP Goals.
Reporting to the site’s university/faculty Principal Investigator (PI) and TCAP Executive Director, the Regional Director is primarily responsible for the development, implementation, and recruitment of participants of a comprehensive program of professional learning and leadership in the arts for TK-16 educators within the site’s service region.
- The Regional Director, as a member of the statewide TCAP Leadership Team, collaborates with other Regional Directors, and the Executive Director, to ensure success of TCAP’s statewide programs, initiatives, and developmental efforts.
- The Regional Director operates within the framework and program models of The California Arts Project (TCAP), the California Subject Matter Project (CSMP), and the educational objectives of the host university.
- SouthCAP’s Regional Director expands, nurtures, and maintains an active regional network of TCAP Teacher Leaders representative of all five arts disciplines. The director identifies, recruits, and mentors educators who demonstrate capacities to teach, coach, and lead their colleagues in TCAP’s professional learning programs and activities.
- The director collaborates with the regional teacher leaders through ongoing leadership programs, implementation of the site’s programs, and engagement in TCAP’s statewide leadership programs and activities.
- The Regional Director communicates with the campus, TCAP network, the region’s schools, districts, county offices of education, and other site partners about the site and TCAP’s efforts, opportunities, and initiatives.
- The Regional Director establishes and maintains site and school/district partnerships to strengthen teacher professional competence and student achievement.
- The Regional Director responds to requests from teachers, administrators, other TK-16 educational organizations, TCAP Statewide Office, and the other Subject Matter Projects, in coordination with the TCAP Executive Director or other TCAP sites as appropriate.
- The Regional Director ensures that data collection and evaluation of sites programs are designed, organized, and conducted, and that evaluations inform practice; ensures that the policies and practices of the California Subject Matter Projects and The California Arts Project are reflected in the site’s operation and evaluation; and develops and implements interventions, as appropriate, to maintain the quality of the site’s work, including the work of teacher leaders.
- The Regional Director attends TCAP Leadership Team meetings online and in-person Regional Directors' meetings and programs, plus other priority meetings, conferences and events. Collaborates with TCAP Directors on a regular basis and participates in internal professional learning.
Other duties as assigned (5%)
- Bachelor's degree and/or equivalent training and administration work experience involving study, analysis, and/or evaluation leading to the development or improvement of administrative policies, procedures, practices, or programs.
- Six years of progressively responsible experience in office or administrative environment
- Experience teaching in TK- 12 and/or university.
- Six (6) years of progressively responsible experience in an office, leadership, or administrative environment.
- Experience working within the TCAP network as a Teacher Leader.
- Administrative or leadership experience with the skills necessary to work with university faculty, teachers, school and district administrators.
- Supervisor experience.
- Experience leading professional learning programs or coursework to increase content knowledge and pedagogical ability of teachers in the arts.
- Demonstrated fiscal management and program development ability.
- Demonstrated ability to work in a collaborative team setting regionally and statewide.
- Experience in program advertising or marketing, including the use of social media tools, and particularly in the education community.
- Excellent interpersonal, oral and especially, written communication skills.
- In-depth understanding of discipline-specific student arts literacy development and English Language Development.
- Knowledge and understanding of relevant and current Standards and Framework, including the California Arts Standards, California Arts Education Framework, Common Core Standards in the Technical Subjects, and California’s English Language Development Standards.
- Basic computer skills required.
- Ability to quickly learn and become familiar with Apple computers, new software programs, including graphic design and email marketing systems.
- M.A., MFA, or Ph.D.
- Administrative Credential
- Experience in facilitation of contracts and programs with schools or districts
- Participation in at least two SouthCAP Leadership
Participation in at least one TCAP Leadership Programs
- Experience working in low-performing schools, and familiarity
with issues of equity in
- Experience working with teachers and administrators in
elementary, middle, and high
- In-depth understanding of the TCAP’s programming and
familiarity with SouthCAP’s
direct service region.
ADDITIONAL APPLICANT INFORMATION:
- The COVID-19 vaccine is required by the CSU for all SDSU Research Foundation employees as a condition of employment. Should you be offered a position, you will be required to provide proof of vaccination status. Individuals who obtain an approved medical or religious exemption on file will be required to complete regular COVID-19 testing
- A background check (including a criminal records check) must be completed satisfactorily before any candidate can be offered a position with SDSU Research Foundation
- San Diego State University Research Foundation is an EEO/AA/Disability/Vets Employer
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