This position serves as a resource for all program staff and is
responsible for the program’s Literacy, Adult and Community
Education System (LACES) database entry and reporting system.
This is a grant-funded, part-time position for 29 hours per
A. The Management Information Specialist reports directly to and
is responsible to the Director of Developmental Education and Adult
B. The position does not provides supervision.
C. The Management Information Specialist coordinates most
closely with the Instructional Specialist (IS), Intake Assessment
& Transition Specialist (IATS), Orientation Specialist (OS),
Office Associates of both Adult Education and Developmental
Education, and Adult Education instructional staff.
A. Local Program Duties:
1. Work as a team member with the Program Director, the IS, and
2. Enter LACES data and download reports and documents.
3. Ensure data are accessible, in a timely manner, to staff and
4. Provide LACES training for any data entry personnel, such as
data entry clerks, to ensure accuracy of outcome data.
5. Promote clear procedures for collecting, documenting, and
6. Assist with the development and execution of the program’s
Data Quality Plan.
B. DLLR-AELS Duties:
1. Attend State Management Information Specialist meetings and
communicate/ implement pertinent information to appropriate local
2. Attend State “Train-the-Trainer” initiatives and subsequently
train local staff.
3. Attend State professional development activities and apply at
C. Perform other duties as assigned based upon program
demographics, enrollment trends, and the needs of target
EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE
Associate degree required; Computer Technology certificate
required or the ability to obtain certificate within 6 months of
SKILLS AND ABILITIES
Excellent interpersonal and verbal skills; knowledge of all
Literacy, Adult and Education System (LACES) data elements and
local program’s Intake and Update forms preferred; knowledge of
staff development and training procedures for the LACES preferred;
experience with database concepts and with word processing;
proficiency in computer applications such as Word, Excel, and
Access; ability to work independently and accurately under
pressure, and make decisions in accordance with established
policies and procedures.
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Questions may be directed to the Human Resources Office at
240-500-2585 or email email@example.com.