Director of Adult Education Programs & Services | Upper Valley Career Center
The Adult Director oversees all facets of operations of the Adult Education Division. The Director is expected to be involved in community
functions, activities, and organizations.
-Valid state department of education license/certificate as determined at the time of appointment.
-Education administration, curriculum, instruction, and school finance skills substantiated by training/work experience.
-Strong communication and public relations skills.
-Entrepreneurial business skills.
-A strong sense of occupational trends.
-Ability to influence instructional program improvements based on evaluated data and research-based best practices.
-Exemplifies visionary/resolute leadership skills in developing/managing people.
-Exhibits effective and resourceful organizational, time management, and problem-solving skills.
-Shows evidence of core computer competencies deemed appropriate at the time of hire.
-Meets all mandated health screening requirements.
-Maintains a record free of criminal violations that would prohibit public school employment. Able to successfully pass a BCI/FBI background check.
-Maintains compliance with drug-free workplace rules, Board policies, and other applicable procedures/guidelines.
INTERNAL APPLICANTS MAY APPLY BY SENDING A LETTER OF INTEREST TO DR. NANCY LUCE, SUPERINTENDENT.
EXTERNAL APPLICANTS MAY APPLY VIA THE DAYTON AREA SCHOOL EMPLOYMENT CONSORTIUM BY VISITING WWW.UPPERVALLEYCC.ORG AND SELECTING THE EMPLOYMENT QUICK LINK.
Industry Credentials Program Administrator | Ohio Department of Education
Join the Ohio Department of Education to ensure all students have access to career pathways that generate an Ohio workforce responsive to current and emerging employer demands positioning the state as a leader in workforce quality and availability.
Major Responsibilities & Duties:
Provide program direction for industry credentials on behalf of the Director of the Office Career Technical Education:
• Researches and benchmarks best practices for implementing local industry credential programs;
• Formulates, develops, and drafts rules and guidelines pertaining to policies for local industry credential
• Responsible for the design and improvement of statewide measures of student performance related to
• Manages the industry-recognized credential list, application, and review processes;
• Maintains up-to-date information and resources for all credentials recognized on the industry recognized credential list;
• Develops and maintains relationships with current industry credential vendors to ensure accuracy of
• Annually reviews and makes recommendations to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of the
industry-recognized credential list application and review processes;
• Coordinates the use of industry credentials in the CTE technical testing and accountability systems;
• Provides professional support to teacher networks, administrator, superintendents and university
personnel and others in the implementation of local industry credential programs;
• Conducts, stays current and disseminates latest research, literature, and best practices;
• Works in collaboration with other agency staff to identify and develop interdisciplinary relationships;
• Researches and develops strategies for interdisciplinary curricular design and instruction;
• Manages the development of new local industry credential models and provides technical support to
school districts with implementation;
• Conducts research to answer policy and procedural questions;
• Develops and disseminates information regarding policies and procedures;
• Represents agency at national, state, and regional events relative to industry credential initiatives;
• Prepares and delivers speeches before professional groups and the general public;
• Maintains relationships with business and industry.
All qualified candidates should apply at www.careers.ohio.gov no later than August 18, 2019.