learners with our online learning management system (LMS). PRIMARY ... Maintains central database of program instructors
SCMA ALBERTA, a not-for-profit professional association, is looking for a Program Development Coordinator. The Program Development Coordinator is responsible for organizing, coordinating and supporting the design and delivery of quality education programs, professional development and corporate in-house training. Additional responsibilities include conducting Industry specific research, providing training needs assessments and maintaining linkages with program instructors and postsecondary institution partners. This position is also responsible for assisting program instructors and learners with our online learning management system (LMS). PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES: • Primary resource for professional development and corporate training instructors, learners and post-secondary education partners. • Maintains central database of program instructors and curriculum materials. • Collaborates with instructors on training curriculum content revisions/updates. • Coordinates the delivery of professional development and corporate training. • Assists with industry training needs assessment, research and reporting. • Assists with the preparation of annual PD training budget. • Assists with post-secondary accreditation program review and submission. • Primary resource to learners, instructors and management with respect to Learning Management System (LMS). • Develops and updates annual professional development (PD) and corporate training calendar. • Liaises with PD instructors on delivery schedule and curriculum materials. • Creates and populates course information and schedule on central records management database to facilitate learner registration and reporting. • Administers course registration and generates attendance reports for instructors and management. • Organizes instructional materials and packages (printing, binding, storage). • Ensures training facilities are available to support course offering. • Administers course evaluation surveys and prepares summary report/recommendations for management. SECONDARY RESPONSIBILITIES: • Maintains inventory of PD training curriculum and resources. • Administers instructor contracts for PD and Corporate training. • Supports member networking, student outreach and conference activities. Requirements and Core Competencies • Minimum Bachelor’s Degree in Education or Diploma in Adult Education. • At least 3 years of experience in education planning, coordination and research, preferably in an academic environment, membership organization or professional association. • Plans high-quality, evidence-based instruction. • Plans instructional techniques that are effective with adult learners. • Develops critical analysis and evaluation strategies appropriate to build higher-order thinking skills.
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Coaches SME instructors to ensure a high-quality classroom experience for learners. Demonstrate a strong knowledge of Learning Management Systems (LMS). Demonstrates a strong knowledge and understanding of post-secondary education programs and training. Excels in both verbal and written communication and interpersonal skills. Demonstrates excellent organizational and planning skills. Able to build and maintain relationships with internal and external clients. Proficient with MS products (word, excel, power point). Able to work with minimum supervision. Excel in database management. Demonstrates strong analytical skills. Understands the relationship between customer service and association growth. Supply Chain Management education and background would be an asset.
This is a contract position from 1 November 2017 to 30 June 2018 with the potential for permanent status. Salary range for this position is based on annual rate of $58,000 - $68,000. If you are interested in applying for this position, please email your cover letter and resume to Cindy Wonnick at [email protected]