Position Number: D97482
The Coordinator has primary responsibility for coordinating the comprehensive activities related to the Oregon Registry and Credential statewide programs, including, but not limited to, system development and revision activities; standards development and implementation; process and policy development; implementation review and/or modification; workload planning; addressing funding issues; information and communication development and implementation; and issue identification and problem solving. This position works closely with advisory committees and other OCCD professional staff in accomplishing these responsibilities.
The Coordinator works to ensure the Oregon Registry and Credential programs are accessible to Oregon's diverse cultural, social and economic communities. This position also provides supervision to staff who work on activities related to the Oregon Registry and Credential programs.
This position has primary responsibility for coordinating the comprehensive activities related to the Oregon Registry statewide program, including, but not limited to the following:
- System development/revision activities
- Standards development and implementation
- Process and policy development, implementation review and/or modification
- Workload planning and oversight
- Addressing funding issues
- Information and communication development
- Implementation, issue identification and problem solving
- Supervision of up to 10 employees who work on Oregon Registry activities.
- Master's degree in early childhood education, elementary education, or related field or evidence of equivalent or actively pursuing a Master's degree.
- Three years of professional experience and professional competence leading or managing a large project and/or program.
- Knowledge of or experience with Oregon's Childhood Care and Education professional development system.
- Demonstrated ability in the following areas:
a) Working with people from diverse backgrounds and profession affiliations;
b) Developing and implementing project plans ;
c) Compiling and reviewing program data to evaluate and modify projects or programs;
d) Developing written program materials;
e) Communication, collaboration and partnership with various childhood care and education constituent groups;
f) Supervision –
- Excellent oral and written communication skills.
- Ability to travel regionally and nationally.
- Valid State-issued driver’s license.
- Successful completion of a background check.
- Five years of professional experience and professional competence in a similar position.
- Step 11 on the Oregon Registry.
- Participation and leadership in professional associations at regional, state, and/or national levels.
- Experience presenting to the childhood care and education field.
- Experience leading a statewide project or program.
- Bilingual: Spanish/English, Russian/English, Vietnamese/English, and/or Chinese/English.
- Certified Master Trainer in Oregon Registry Trainer Program.