Child & Family Research Center
Reno, NV, United States
The University of Nevada, Reno is recruiting for an Early Head Start (EHS) Health Coordinator. This position provides guidance to low-income women and children and provides medical oversight to ensure program participants and staff receive necessary and required health care per established performance standards. The position makes classroom and home site visits, makes referrals to physicians, and coordinates the immunization programs. This is a part-time position.
The major function of the EHS Health Coordinator is to promote collaboration among Early Head Start families, staff and community health professionals to identify all child health and developmental concerns, and to link children and families to an ongoing source of continuous, accessible care to meet their basic health care needs. The incumbent provides ongoing monitoring and evaluation activities to ensure program compliance with all Head Start Performance Standards, Federal rules and regulations, and applicable state and local regulations.
This position is responsible for selling and marketing Teknion products to dealers/end users within a given geography. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to; establishing and/or maintaining business partnership with dealers; making dealer, end user, and design firm sales calls and presentations; maintaining accurate and up to date forecasts; increasing Teknion’s sales volume and market share within the given territory.
Essential Job Duties and Responsibilities:
Sales and New Business Development
Approximately 60% of your time should be spent on the following activities:
Meet or exceed mutually agreed upon territorial revenue goals across all product categories and market segments.
Work in conjunction with dealer partners to identify and help to develop strategic relationships with potential customers. Develop new business opportunities through proven sources and techniques to contribute to the success of the market area.
A minimum of 50% of selling time should be spent on new business development activities (which equates to 30% of your job)
Engage in networking opportunities through organizations such as CoreNet and real estate service providers
Make dealer, end users and design firm sales calls, either alone or in conjunction with other members of the Teknion team, i.e.: Product Specialist, Global Accounts or A&D Market Manager.
Team up and collaborate with dealers and other Teknion team members on strategy to increase market share.
Deliver impactful presentations to customer groups, utilizing strong probing, relationship -building and problem solving skills.
Provide high-level follow through to ensure clients’ needs are met and opportunities for improved relationships and new business are maximized.
Approximately 25% of your time should be spent on the following activities:
Support assigned dealers with product training, allocation and understanding of Teknion resources (who to call, scheduling product managers in the market, etc.)
Assess what training is needed by the dealer - suggest e-learn course assignments, advocate for dealer attendance at Teknion Live training sessions, get resources from NJ or Toronto to conduct live training in the market if needed
Dealer/Teknion Annual Business Plan
Lead the Meeting
Ensure that quarterly updates are scheduled and attended
Develop Dealer/Teknion Calendar - events, product launches, Minimum Standards due dates, etc.
Assign strategies and tactics and be responsible for a portion - ensure that all get completed
Complete the SQ Portion and take action on this section (expire, renew, renegotiate pricing, tec.)
Develop a Gap Analysis - Dealer Sales Goal less closed business, and percent of identified business
Work with RVP to determine Teknion dollars spent in the market (Events, Mock ups, Marketing Materials, etc.) and help strategize on what will get Teknion our best return on dollars spent.
Develop and execute on an overall territory plan which includes annual goals and objectives
Participate in Distribution Evaluatio
Washington, DC, United States
Position Name: Community Outreach Coordinator
Department: Community Outreach
Reports to: Associate Director, Community Outreach
Community Outreach Coordinators (COCs) are responsible for researching and prospecting a high quality applicant pipeline of child-serving organizations for KaBOOM! grant opportunities across North America. COCs help develop partnerships that align KaBOOM! Funding Partners’ interests with the KaBOOM! community build model and community needs. The COC provides support through the screening and selection process. COCs also act as a liaison between community groups and KaBOOM! by helping introduce and publicize KaBOOM! programs, vision and points of view.
Duties and Responsibilities:
Managing a portfolio
Pursue community organizations for grant programs that meet KaBOOM! criteria, through internet research and networking
Garner grant applications through email and phone communication; analyze submitted applications to determine viability and alignment with funding opportunities
Meet or exceed monthly, quarterly and annual job performance goals
Become an expert in assigned markets; understand the geography of assigned market and garner knowledge of potential Community Partners
Work closely with Community Outreach Specialists in a given geographic market to ensure that the most qualified groups are being identified, taken through our application process, and ultimately confirmed for a grant in a timely manner
Developing relationships and advocating for groups
Communicate benefits and obligations of KaBOOM! programs to community organizations to build interest in applying for a grant opportunity.
Cultivate and manage ongoing relationships with non-profit child-serving organizations.
Facilitate conference calls with key decision makers and community leaders to set appropriate expectations for KaBOOM! playground builds, educating community groups on the community build model while deciphering strengths and weaknesses of a particular group for a project.
Present all applicable information about a potential Community Partner to an internal review panel to determine final viability and alignment to a funding opportunity.
Prepare written recommendations to funding partners for potential Community Partners.
Handling general assignments as needed
Respond to incoming inquiries from community organizations, providing appropriate resources and information.
Participate in KaBOOM! promotional activities to promote programs and products of the organization.
Actively participate in the KaBOOM! staff development program.
Actively contribute to our inclusive work environment by valuing other people regardless of differences and taking an active role in promoting practices that support diversity, inclusion, and cultural competence.
Occasional travel may be required.
BA/BS degree is required along with at least 1-2 years of relevant experience in community outreach, client services, research, and/or community development
Proficiency in written and spoken Spanish is required
Possess demonstrated skills in building coalitions among people, organizations and institutions; experience gained in a nonprofit or community organization is a plus
Ability to manage multiple tasks and projects at the same time; absorb information quickly but thoroughly
Strong interpersonal and listening skills, as well as a strong sense of personal responsibility for one’s work are valued
Candidate should be self-motivated, a team player, flexible, persistent and able to communicate assertively
Precise attention to detail and organizational skills are critical to success in this position
Excellent writing and oral skills are required; comfortable with heavy telephone communication (i.e. cold calling).
Intermediate level MS Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint) and Outlook skills
Essential Functions: The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential function of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
The employee must have the ability to maintain acceptable standards of office conduct; the ability to handle stress, get along with others, and work in a cooperative and team oriented manner. The employee must have computer skills and the ability to type on a computer and conduct phone calls.
The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential function of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
This job description does not constitute an employee agreement between the employer and the employee; this description is subject to change by the employer as the needs and requirements of the job change.
Advance Talent Solutions
New York, NY, United States
A NYC-based leading charter management organization is looking for their first Vice President (VP) who will serve as the organization’s chief strategist charged with shaping the overall direction of academics, professional learning and organizational growth. Reporting to the President, the VP will also play a large role in the continued success and innovation around a network-wide personalized learning program.
Who You Are
Innovative Leader. With more than 10+ years as an executive leader leading high performing school districts or charter networks, you are an innovative leader, analytical thinker and strategic thought partner with a proven track record of success. You have skillful implemented innovative, disciplined, and continuously improving processes and systems for academic teams and held teams accountable for achieving measurable results.
Instructional Mentor & Developer. As an experienced instructional leader, in and out of the classroom, you are adept at providing meaningful feedback and developmental supports to both teachers and school leaders in addition to emerging educators, that leads to dramatic student achievement gains.
Academic Performance Strategist. As a former school-based leader with a proven track record, you understand what it means to drive dramatic student achievement gains and to devise the conditions, the processes and data metrics for predict that success at scale – year over year. Your deep understanding and experience in coaching staff to utilize data will support the organization’s student achievement gains while promoting student agency.
Developer of People. As a leader and expert in talent acquisition and development, you have devised and implemented cutting edge strategies for teacher retention and recognition, ensuring that experienced, highly qualified staff are not only recruited to an organization but stay for years to come.
Program & Curriculum Engineer. As an expert in curriculum development and academic programming, you understand school design and the effectiveness of an integrated educational mode. As a curriculum and instruction mentor, you have experience in training and developing this skillset in your team members.
Organizational Developer. With experience building strong organizations and teams, you have developed organizational effectiveness through talent management and development, change management, performance management and succession planning.
School Culture Builder. You understand how to develop a strong culture through great leadership and have experience in developing and collaborating with school leaders to do the same. You demonstrate this belief in the ways you interact with staff and students, how you communicate with families and in your day-to-day work. Your passion and personal commitment to closing the achievement gap is contagious and drives network culture.
Effective Communicator. As a seasoned spokesperson, you are able to articulate the organizational and student achievement gains to the larger education community, charter school boards and potential funders.
Organizational Impact & Outcomes for Success
With school sites across the east coast at varying levels of achievement, the VP has the opportunity to build on the foundation of the past several years while taking this organization to the next level.
The VP will do this by:
Serving as a key developer in crafting ambitious organizational goals and support the President in achieving critical milestones
Institutionalizing the systems and structures needed at each site location to drive consistent student achievement gains for all students
Developing a organization-wide recruitment and retention strategy aimed at achieving short and long-term hiring goals will continuously engaging the best and brightest early career teachers and mid-senior level teachers who can serve in teacher leader capacities across the organization
Providing targeted professional learning and development for all staff, especially those school leaders in their 1st or 2nd year of practice, with the goal of going from good to great across all sites in the next 3-5 years
Developing a data driven approach to academic portfolio where opportunities and challenges are identified and addressed systemically based on school based data