EDUCATION PROGRAMS COORDINATOR - The National Association of Watch and Clock Collectors, Inc., an educational charitable nonprofit organization in Columbia, PA, seeks an individual for Education Programs Coordinator. 

This position oversees educational programming of the National Association of Watch and Clock Collectors. The Education Programs Coordinator will work closely with the NAWCC staff and NAWCC committees to develop educational programming consistent with the NAWCC’s mission and goals. This will entail providing programming to meet the educational needs of the public, NAWCC members and chapters. The person will oversee the budget for educational programs of the association. This position is responsible for evaluation of programs and audiences, assessing needs and formulating strategies to anticipate, then meet those needs. Outreach program planning may also include collaborative activities with other institutions.

Primary Responsibilities Include:

• Develops educational programming in support of the mission and goals of the association

• Plans, budgets, coordinates, promotes and supervises adult educational programs

• Serves as the primary advocate for association educational programming

• Manages onsite workshop classes

• Coordinates watch and clock traveling workshop program with program volunteers and instructors

• Oversees development and implementation of online educational programming and webinars

• Coordinates with the museum director concerning museum, school and youth educational programs implemented by museum staff

• Recruits, selects, oversees training and supervises instructors and education volunteers

• Maintains registration and accounting for educational programs and prepares reports as needed

• Plans, researches, develops and produces documents, brochures, handouts, outreach materials, web content, other technology-based presentations, and materials for the public, members and chapters

• Designs storyboards, rich media scripts and products, exams, and instructor and participant materials for online courses

• Evaluates educational programming and audience needs to improve courses and develop new programming

• Works with development coordinator in grant development and funding for educational programs

• Works with communications staff to develop marketing and website copy related to courses

• Works with controller and executive director on revenue goals for educational programs

For complete position description see below. EOE. Submit letter of interest and resume to Executive Director Steve Humphrey at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

COMPLETE POSITION DESCRIPTION

Title: Education Programs Coordinator

Reports To: Executive Director

FLSA Status: Full Time; Exempt

Summary

This position oversees educational programming of the National Association of Watch and Clock Collectors. The Education Programs Coordinator will work closely with the NAWCC staff and NAWCC committees to develop educational programming consistent with the NAWCC’s mission and goals. This will entail providing programming to meet the educational needs of the public, NAWCC members and chapters. The person will oversee the budget for educational programs of the association. This position is responsible for evaluation of programs and audiences, assessing needs and formulating strategies to anticipate, then meet those needs. Outreach program planning may also include collaborative activities with other institutions.

Primary Responsibilities include

• Develops educational programming in support of the mission and goals of the association
• Plans, budgets, coordinates, promotes and supervises adult educational programs
• Serves as the primary advocate for association educational programming
• Manages onsite workshop classes
• Coordinates watch and clock traveling workshop program with program volunteers and instructors
• Oversees development and implementation of online educational programming and webinars
• Coordinates with the museum director concerning museum, school and youth educational programs implemented by museum staff
• Recruits, selects, oversees training and supervises instructors and education volunteers
• Maintains registration and accounting for educational programs and prepares reports as needed
• Plans, researches, develops and produces documents, brochures, handouts, outreach materials, web content, other technology-based presentations, and materials for the public, members and chapters
• Designs storyboards, rich media scripts and products, exams, and instructor and participant materials for online courses
• Evaluates educational programming and audience needs to improve courses and develop new programming
• Works with development coordinator in grant development and funding for educational programs
• Works with communications staff to develop marketing and website copy related to courses
• Works with controller and executive director on revenue goals for educational programs

Secondary Responsibilities include
• Represents the organization through speaking engagements and public programs
• Assists students with technical problems that may arise during the course completion process; Serves as a liaison between students and instructors
• Obtains student evaluations of online courses. Ensures timely follow-up and response to student concerns
• Oversees course material production
• Maintains the supplies, class materials, printed materials and promotional materials needed for implementation of programs
• Keeps informed of current educational methodologies, theories, techniques and practices.
• Collaborates with other organizations to work in creating partnerships for collaborative events and programming that will help to promote the organization and the study of horology
• Assist with association and museum events as needed
• Performs other related duties as assigned

Knowledge and Abilities
• Knowledge of current educational standards and practices, primarily related to adult learning
• Knowledge of technologies involved with online education
• Knowledge of fiscal management
• Knowledge of computers and word processing
• Knowledge of digital cameras and recording devices
• Willingness to gain knowledge of the history and technology of horology and familiarity with basic watch and clock repair
• Ability to plan, track and perform multiple tasks; must be able to manage multiple priorities
• Ability to communicate effectively
• Ability to function independently

Supervision Given and Received
Performs under general supervision of the Executive Director. Determines own methods of performing assigned work. Supervises instructors, volunteers and interns

Qualifications
• Master's degree in appropriate field preferred
• Five years’ experience in educational programming including online programs
• Minimum of three years work experience in an association/non-profit organization working with association volunteers and committees
• Strong writing, editing, and project management skills
• Excellent interpersonal skills, outgoing, high levels of energy and productivity required
• Strong computer skills, especially in Microsoft Office, Word and Excel. Experience with association management or class registration software desirable

Physical Demands
While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to stand; reach with hands and arms; talk and hear. The employee is frequently required to walk; use hands to finger, handle, or feel and stoop, kneel, crouch and/or crawl. The employee is occasionally required to sit, climb or balance. The employee must frequently lift and/or move up to 25 pounds and occasionally lift and/or move up to 40 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision and color vision. The employee must be able to speak clearly and be heard from a distance of 50 feet.

Work Environment
While performing the duties of this job, the employee is occasionally exposed to hot/cold and/or wet/humid conditions and moving mechanical parts. The noise level in the work environment is usually low to moderate. Occasional travel will be part of the position.

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