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Program Administrator

Job Description

The position description is a guide to the critical duties and essential functions of the job, not an all-inclusive list of responsibilities, qualifications, physical demands and work environment conditions. Position descriptions are reviewed and revised to meet the changing needs of the labor/management partnership.

Title: Program Administrator
Reports To: Director of Education Services

Position Overview

The Program Administrator will administer certain education services and provide administrative support for others. The Program Administrator will manage, administer, process and engage in continuous improvement for Professional Development; Continuing Education; Conference Travel and Attendance; and Tutoring and Academic Support program benefits. The Program Administrator will also manage the English Language Learner (ELL) and Basic Computers programs, so that the services provided under these benefits are administered effectively. The Program Administrator will provide direct customer service to the benefit members and work collaboratively with direct service providers to create and maintain the most efficient and effective programs.

Essential Functions

  • Oversees programmatic aspects and administers the daily coordination and operation of the Professional Development, Continuing Education, and Conference Travel and Attendance, Tutoring, ELL and Basic Computers benefits and service. This includes: (1) Operation and management, budget tracking, processing incoming requests, member support, regular tracking and reporting on performance goals, access and utilization of benefits, expenses, maintaining internal procedures, policies and manuals, evaluating services and programs offered to plan participants to improve quality, content, and access based on performance metrics, etc. (2) Manages Tutor.com, tutor match, hiring and onboarding tutors, maintaining tutor contracts, surveys, check-ins, logs and invoices.
  • Collaborates with various stakeholders including: community based organizations, employers and union representatives to implement the program.
  • Provides administrative support and co-facilitation for academic workshops.
  • Oversees and administers member access to a variety of supplemental academic support materials. These include preparatory materials for standardized tests (like TEAS), math and science class “prep” and “tip” sheets, etc.
  • Maintains contracts for vendors/contractors connected with education services. Reviews invoices connected to all programs managed by Program Administrator role.
  • Participates in budget planning.
  • Enters and tracks projects in project management software system.
  • Assists in developing work plans and documentation of standard operating procedures and policies, for effective administration of education services.
  • Executes regular database reports for education services and provides checks and balances to maintain data integrity.
  • Maintains binder of all Member and staff requests for individual exceptions to the Executive Director and takes follow up steps as appropriate for each scenario.
  • Maintains Education Services Desk Guide.
  • Maintains operations manual and internal memos in collaboration with Leadership Team.
  • Works with Director of Outreach and Communications on educating members about education services benefits.
  • Represents the Training Fund at promotional events, career fairs, and school specific and union sponsored events as necessary (evening and weekend work may be required).
  • Attends Labor/Management and other meetings for the purpose of sharing information and continuing to build programs.
  • Prepares reports for the quarterly meetings of Board of Trustees and other meetings, as needed or requested by supervisor or Executive Director.
  • Assists the Director of Education Services with the implementation of emerging benefits and programs, as assigned.
  • Maintains all member contact and eligibility lists received from employer and union partners.
  • Professionally represents the Training Fund at all times.
  • Support and implement equity in all programs.
  • Any other duties as may be reasonably required by the Training Fund.

Qualifications and Capabilities

  • 5 years’ of experience in administration, education/training or workforce development field, experience in not-for-profit organizations will also be considered.
  • Capacity to use critical thinking and anticipate challenges and propose solutions.
  • Technical skills must include advanced level of Microsoft Office (Outlook, Word, Excel, Power Point, and Access).
  • Ability to connect with and motivate health care workers to engage in education and training programs.
  • Some knowledge of the healthcare field and/or health care education, and an understanding of unions are preferred.
  • Works well with others and maintains respect for diversity and individuals.
  • Superb organizational, interpersonal, teamwork, leadership, and communication skills.
  • Demonstrated strong organizational skills.
  • Demonstrated ability to work independently.
  • Ability to work with a diverse range of people.
  • Working knowledge of adult education theory and best practices.
  • Ability to meet concurrent deadlines.
  • Meticulous attention to details.
  • Experience working with Labor/Management partnerships strongly preferred.
  • Proven accomplishment in budget development and administration.
  • Flexibility regarding hours, some weekend and evening work may be required.
  • Valid Washington State Driver License and access to a reliable insured vehicle.

Educational Requirements

  • Bachelor Degree (minimum) preferably in adult education, social services, healthcare or related field

Compensation

Competitive compensation and benefit package. Annual salary $55,895.61-58,382.07 DOE.

Application

A complete application includes:

  • Cover letter which describes your interest in this position and how you meet the desired skill/experience and educational requirements
  • Current resume which includes dates of all employment
  • List of at least 3 references from previous employer/s

Position will remain open until filled.

Please email resume, cover letter and references to Audrey Slade at .

SEIU Healthcare 1199NW Multi-Employer Training and Education Fund
15 S Grady Way, Suite 321
Renton, WA 98057
(425) 255-0315
www.healthcareerfund.org

The SEIU Healthcare 1199NW Multi-Employer Training and Education Fund has a non-discrimination policy and is an equal opportunity employer.

Apprenticeship Lead

Job Description

The position description is a guide to the critical duties and essential functions of the job, not an all-inclusive list of responsibilities, qualifications, physical demands and work environment conditions. Position descriptions are reviewed and revised to meet the changing needs of the labor/management partnership.

Title: Apprenticeship Lead
Reports To: Executive Director

Position Overview

The Apprenticeship Lead (AL) will oversee and be the primary staff assigned to the development, successful implementation, management and operation of apprenticeship and pre-apprenticeship programs offered through the SEIU Healthcare 1199NW Multi-Employer Training and Education Fund (Training Fund). The AL provides administrative, consultative, promotion and investigative services for the apprenticeship programs. The AL provides a linkage between industry standards, training providers, employers, labor unions and apprentices, and is responsible to oversee that all specific functions under the legislation and regulations corresponding to apprenticeship programs are implemented and maintained. The AL coordinates and administers apprenticeship agreements, advises apprentices and employers of their rights and responsibilities under relevant legislation and regulations regarding apprenticeship programs and investigates matters of non-compliance under the legislation.
The AL conducts apprenticeship training needs assessments with industry, labor unions, communities, training providers and intergovernmental agencies; supports training agents in the development of practical and technical training; may act as a resource for the applicable committees and training providers regarding Related Supplemental Instruction (RSI) content; and ensures high quality training.
The AL is responsible for supporting the recruitment and promotion of the apprenticeship opportunities to diverse audiences, including the creation and delivery of presentations. This position is intended to support employers in coordinating facilities, materials, and equipment planning for training sites. The AL will provide a presence at the various training sites as needed.
This position, along with others in the Training Fund, is responsible for the recruitment and retention of female and minority apprentices into the program and safe operations of all Training Fund activities.

Essential Functions

  • Oversee and be the primary staff assigned to the development, successful implementation, management and operation of apprenticeship and pre-apprenticeship programs offered through the Training Fund.
  • Provide a link between occupational industry standards, Washington State Labor and Industry Apprenticeship Division, Federal Department of Labor Apprenticeship Section, training providers (colleges, etc.), training agents, apprentices and the Training Fund to ensure compliance.
  • Liaison with and provide feedback to the apprentices, their employers and the training provider. Requires frequent and articulate communication with both the apprentices, training agents (employers) and the training providers to implement programming and investigate any concerns if they were to arise.
  • Use a Customer Relations Management (CRM) database to maintain up to date information about employer contact, visits, etc.
  • Conduct orientations for incoming new apprentices.
  • Work with Training Fund Navigators who will be responding to queries from employers and learners concerning the apprenticeship program.
  • Provide back up support to Training Fund Member Services Representatives (MSR) in apprentices, record keeping and data entry. Support the tracking and maintaining of data and information regarding participant enrollment, attendance, and outcomes.
  • Work with Training Fund Navigators and MSRs as appropriate to register apprentices into their programs.
  • Management of apprenticeship records to ensure the apprenticeship requirements for both classroom and on-the-job training meet or exceed the requirements of Washington State and Federal apprenticeship standards, and the accrediting agency of the college.
  • Work with Training Fund IT staff to oversee the management and implementation of the electronic apprentice tracking system.
  • Conduct detailed timely reviews with apprentices, colleges and employers monitoring all aspects of the training plan, including off the job training and on the job progress.
  • Ensure all regulatory standards related to the programs are maintained by training agents and training providers.
  • Compile and evaluate statistical data on apprentice performance, overall and timely success and make recommendations and take action as necessary to achieve agreed objectives. Ensure all agreed performance targets are met and maximized.
  • Maintain awareness of the college’s performance against national benchmarks and standards and propose improvements to ensure these are matched or surpassed.
  • Prepare reports regarding apprenticeship for the quarterly Board of Trustees meeting and other meetings, as requested by Executive Director.
  • Coordinate and administer apprenticeship agreements.
  • Prepare Joint Apprenticeship Training Committee (JATC) meeting agendas and minutes.
  • Represent the Training Fund at promotional events, career fairs and school specific and union sponsored events as necessary (evening and weekend work may be required).
  • Support the recruitment of new apprentices into the apprenticeship program. Collaborate with the Training Fund staff to provide outreach, orientation, recruitment and information about participant progress.
  • Establish and cultivate working relationships with key union, management, college, Vocational and Technical Schools and workforce representatives.
  • Attend employer partner Labor/Management committee meetings for the purpose of sharing information about Training Fund apprenticeship programs.
  • Participate in regular Training Fund meetings to ensure progress consistency, quality and support is maintained.
  • Represent Training Fund as a professional organization at all times.
  • Positively promote equality of opportunity for staff and students.
  • Any other duties as may be reasonably required by the Training Fund.
  • Travel to partner sites as needed (i.e., Spokane, Bellingham, etc.).

Skills and/or Desired Experience

  • Advanced knowledge of the Washington State registered apprenticeship system, legislation, regulations, procedures and policies.
  • Experience working with post secondary education in the apprenticeship setting preferred.
  • Preferred demonstrated knowledge of roles, responsibilities and relationships of Washington State governmental agencies, such as workforce and economic development councils, professional organizations, government municipalities, SBTC, CTC’s and L&I strongly preferred.
  • Experience in developing and coordinating programs for continuous improvement.
  • Experience in developing and implementing effective presentations.
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office, databases, spreadsheets and the Internet including: Word, Excel, and PowerPoint.
  • Experience in reporting and tracking data.
  • Experience dealing with audits and inspections.
  • Experience with project planning, implementation, and evaluation.
  • Working knowledge of adult education theory and best practices.
  • Experience working with Labor/Management partnerships preferred.
  • Flexibility regarding hours, some weekend and evening work may be required.
  • Valid Washington State Driver License and access to a reliable insured vehicle.
  • Exceptional attention to detail, be thorough and demonstrate complete follow-through in the execution of the program development strategy.
  • Demonstrated discipline in personal time management, self-motivation, accountability and responsibility for personal performance and the performance of the Training Fund team.
  • Proven ability to work with diverse populations.
  • Ability to handle sensitive student information confidentially and maintain electronic files.
  • Well-developed conflict resolution skills.
  • Demonstrated leadership skills.
  • Strong ability to manage/prioritize/organize multiple tasks and projects.
  • Proven ability to drive multi-partner projects to completion within budget.
  • Superb organizational, interpersonal, teamwork, leadership, and communication skills.

Educational Requirements

  • Associate’s degree, Journeyman Certification, or equivalent education/experience.
  • Preferred Bachelor Degree in Adult Education, Social Services, Healthcare or related field

Compensation

Competitive compensation and benefit package; Annual salary $69,484 – $72,575 DOE

Application

A complete application includes:

  • Cover letter which describes your interest in this position and how you meet the desired skill/experience and educational requirements
  • Current resume which includes dates of all employment
  • List of at least 3 references from previous employer/s

Applications are due Friday, October 26, 2018. Position will remain open until filled.

Please email resume, cover letter and references to Audrey Slade at .

Tutor (hourly contractor)

Job Description

The position description is a guide to the critical duties and essential functions of the job, not an all-inclusive list of responsibilities, qualifications, physical demands and work environment conditions. Position descriptions are reviewed and revised to meet the changing needs of the labor/management partnership.

Title: Tutor (Hourly Contractor)
Reports To: Adult Education Lead

Position Overview

The SEIU Healthcare 1199NW Multi-Employer Training and Education Fund is looking for tutors to support hospital employees pursuing degrees and certifications in high demand healthcare fields. We regularly need tutors in the following areas:

  • Biology, Math, Chemistry, Computer Applications, Psychology, ELL, ABE, GED
  • English and Writing
  • Healthcare Fields (i.e. Nursing, Medical Assisting)

Essential Functions

  • Ability to travel to local hospitals in the area to tutor(especially: Renton, West Seattle, Burien, Tacoma, Everett)
  • Ability to adapt tutoring style to meet the needs of the student
  • Ability to tutor students during off hours, such as nights and weekends

Educational Requirements

  • Experience teaching adults
  • Bachelor Degree (preferred)
  • Experience working with a diverse student population and English Language Learners
  • Bi-lingual (optional)

Responsibilities

  • Effectively teach subject matter one-on-one or to a small group of adult students
  • Work closely with the Educational Support Services team to address students’ instructional needs
  • Monitor the progress of students and report out as required

Application Process

Please submit a resume, a short paragraph describing your tutoring skills and experience, your general availability (with days/times you are likely available to tutor) and three references to . Please let us know how you heard about the position with your submission.

Compensation

Pay: $25 an hour. Position is part time, contracted hourly.

Equal Employment Opportunity Workplace

The Training Fund is an equal opportunity employer. All employees and potential employees are entitled to be treated respectfully and without discrimination on the basis of race, creed, color, national origin, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender expression and identity, age, political ideology, honorably discharged veteran or military status, or disability. Employees are protected from retaliation for complaining of discrimination, opposing discrimination, and cooperating in discrimination investigations.

The Training Fund is a harassment free workplace.

For questions, contact Audrey Slade at