Manager for Education, Training and Instructional Design
Operation Lifesaver, Inc.
June 5, 2018
Full Time - Experienced
ABOUT THE ROLE:
Reporting to the VP Field Operations & Grant Management, the Manager for Education, Training and Instructional Design plays an integral role in supporting the education mission and daily operations of the national Operation Lifesaver, Inc. (OLI) organization. Duties include supporting the development and delivery of educational products and programs, facilitating training classes, planning meetings and other events, and serving as a main point of contact for assisting Operation Lifesaver volunteers.
Other responsibilities include:
Design, develop, and implement education projects, including development of facilitation guides and supporting documents for Operation Lifesaver Authorized Volunteer (OLAV) use.
Oversee OLAV volunteer program to include creation of new materials, administration of reporting database (see below for details), providing technical training and assistance, and updating policies and procedures.
Co-facilitate OLAV New Coach classes. Assist Vice President with refining training materials, developing new materials, and updating policies and procedures. Manage event planning for training courses to include location determination, negotiating room rentals, F&B requirements, preparing meeting materials and shipping supplies. Serve as main point of contact for Coaches regarding questions.
Administer reporting database to include reporting and resolving bug issues, ensuring accuracy of data, updating user contact information, adding users, designing database updates that are needed and creating user instructional guides.
Support State Coordinators (SC) with OLAV program and database questions and ensure their contact information is correct on OLI’s website.
Direct questions from the public to SCs or another appropriate individual.
Experience in training, and knowledge of basic learning principles and design theory.
Excellent written/verbal communication skills.
Mastery in use of Word, Excel and PowerPoint software programs.
Experience with public speaking.
Nonprofit experience preferred but not required.
Compensation includes health benefits, sick and vacation leave. Please include a cover letter, resume and salary history with your application.
About Operation Lifesaver, Inc.
Operation Livesaver was founded in 1972, and the national office, Operation Lifesaver, Inc. was founded in 1986. The national organization has an annual budget of $ 2.45 million (FY2017) and is governed by a 17-member Board of Directors. There are 4 employee positions at the national office, including the interim Chief Operating Officer position. The organization has 45 statewide affiliates, each of whom are autonomous nonprofit organizations. For more information about Operation Lifesaver, please visit www.oli.org