The Center for Technology in Education implements a wide range of technical assistance and professional development initiatives that support selected international, federal, state, and local education and leadership projects. We are seeking an Educational Consultant and primary function of this position is to assist in the 1) development of print and online resources; 2) implementation and evaluation of grant- and contract-driven initiatives; and 3) training and coaching in order to advance practices in leadership, instruction, data driven decision making, systems change, and teamwork.
Specific Duties & Responsibilities:
The primary duties and responsibilities of the job:
Planning and Consultation - (20%):
Provide consultation for monitoring grant and contract activities, creating face-to-face and online professional development resources, informing dissemination of key early learning, K-12, and leadership programs and models.
Development - (40%):
Conduct literature reviews, create face-to-face and online professional development resources, and assist in development of technical assistance models related to early learning, K-12, special education, and global leadership.
The Center for Technology in Education implements a wide range of technical assistance and professional development initiatives that support selected international, federal, state, and local education and leadership projects. The primary function of this position is to assist in the 1) development of print and online resources; 2) implementation and evaluation of grant- and contract-driven initiatives; and 3) training and coaching in order to advance practices in leadership, instruction, data driven decision making, systems change, and teamwork.
Implementation - (30%):
Assist in the implementation of face-to-face and online technical assistance, particularly intensive practices and coaching delivered (face-to-face and online) via academies, institutes, webinars, and communities of practices.
Project Management - (10%):
Attend project management planning meetings and provide documentation and data for progress reporting and evaluation.
Degree of Independent Action Performed on the Job:
Types of resources needed to support effective delivery of assigned professional development initiatives.
Communication with internal and external participants related to assigned projects.
Management of work schedule, production timelines and priorities, and deadlines.
Internal/External Contacts Required:
Internal contacts include:CTE and School of Education personnel
External contacts include, but are not limited to:
Federal and state technical assistant administrators
Local school district personnel
International leaders of various evidence-based practices
Coordinators of global leadership initiatives
Minimum Qualifications (Mandatory):
2 years of experience
Master's degree in education or a related field.
Minimum of five years related experience required, including:
Experience working in or with federal and state agencies, local school districts, schools, and national technical assistance providers
Experience in providing technical assistance training at targeted and intensive levels
Experience in developing print and online resources related to effective leadership, systems change, teamwork, specially designed instruction, formative assessment, and coaching
Experience with online technology
Experience with program evaluation
Special Knowledge, Skills & Abilities:
Experience working in or with federal and state agencies, local school districts, schools, and national technical assistance providers.
Experience in providing technical assistance training at targeted and intensive levels.
Experience in developing print and online resources related to effective leadership, systems change, teamwork, specially designed instruction, formative assessment, and coaching.
Experience with online technology.
Experience with program evaluation.
Self-directed with a teamwork orientation.
Strong oral and written communication skills.
Strong online proficiency.
Experience with evaluation procedures, including developing logic maps, assessing progress, and generating mid and annual reports.
May telework from a home-based office, if equipped with appropriate technology (i.e., high-speed internet access, a computer, and regular office hours that are flexible enough to meet the needs of the provider community).
Attend virtual or face-to-face (at the JHU School of Education Baltimore campus) planning meetings.
Classified Title: Educational Consultant Role/Level/Range: ACRP/04/MD Starting Salary: $50.00/hr Employee group: Casual / On Call Schedule: Varies/Monday - Sunday Exempt Status: Exempt Location: Homewood Campus Department name: Center for Technology in Education (CTE) Personnel area: School of Education
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