Under the direct supervision of the Education Associate for Quality Assurance, this position performs a wide range of secretarial duties for the Office of Early Learning. The Secretary deals with a diverse group of customers as well as internal contacts at all levels of the organization. Independent judgment is required to plan, prioritize and organize diversified workload. This dynamic role requires an individual who demonstrates a professional demeanor at all times, with particular strengths in confidentiality and ethical response in all interactions.
The Field Agent, Spanish Language Immersion is a full-time position in the Language Acquisition Workgroup in the Teaching and Learning Branch. Major responsibilities include the on-site assistance of implementing Spanish immersion programs across the state. Statewide travel is required.
The individual in this position reports to the Manager of the Application Development Subgroup within the Technology Resources and Data Development Department. Primary duties of the position are to be the technical lead on application development and to develop and maintain a structured methodology implementation of our internal and third party enterprise information/database systems.
Departmental systems provide a wide array of educational information including fiscal, personnel, and student data for federal/state reporting, internal departmental functions, and general public consumption. The workgroup also coordinates data collection/governance activities within the Department that improve the quality of educational decision making by providing accurate and timely information, improving the quality of reporting mechanisms, and providing user friendly access to information systems.
The successful candidate for this position must be highly motivated, technically capable, and possess the ability to deliver products on-time. They are expected to be the technical lead but also balance as a functional team member in an agile project management environment.
The Education Associate for Secondary Mathematics will provide leadership in the implementation of standards-based curriculum, instruction, and professional development in mathematics in grades K-12 with specific emphasis at the middle and high school levels. The scope of work will require significant coordination and collaboration both within the Department of Education and with district and school personnel. This individual is a member of the Curriculum, Instruction, and Professional Development workgroup in the Teaching and Learning Branch of the Department.
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