Department: IU Bloomington Ind Inst On Disability/Commnty
The Project Coordinator, Research Associate, will support the Project Director with overall leadership for Center projects in order to fulfill the Center's responsibilities on state and federal contracts. The Project Coordinator will provide project management, including development of a work plan, collaborating with colleagues to divide up and manage the work-load, supervising staff, monitoring progress, and writing reports to funders.
Specific responsibilities are outlined below:
DUTIESANDRESPONSIBILITIES: 1.Develop and coordinate activities related to the training and coaching of Universal Design for Learning (UDL), Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports (PBIS) and NIRN's Implementation Science framework. 2.Maintain an ongoing affiliation with local and state professionals in research and development activities. 3.Provide consultation and technical assistance to Indiana districts and local schools. 4.Develop training, coaching and public information materials and products. 5.Assist in the development of online training resources. 6.Participate in grant proposal development, research, program evaluation, and other activities (e.g., committee participation, conference presentations) as assigned. 7.Provide supervision and support to project staff. 8.Participate as a member of a collaborative team.
Possibly hiring three positions.
Required Qualifications: 1.Master's degree required in Education, Special Education, or related area. Doctorate degree preferred. 2.Minimum of 3-5 years of related experience. 3.Demonstrated working knowledge of Universal Design for Learning, the NIRN Implementation Science framework and effective professional learning. 4.Extensive experience in coordinating and managing large grants. 5.Must show a history of successful project management in educational settings or related environments. 6.Demonstration of skill at communicating with parents, school administrators, community agencies, teachers, and state department personnel is necessary. 7.Experience with submission of grant proposals or development of contracts, with preference given to those with a history of awarded proposals. 8.Preference will be given to individuals who have program development and facilitation skills. 9.Experience in research is also desirable.
Department Contact for Questions:
Interested candidates should apply at http://indiana.peopleadmin.com/postings/10267. Applications received by 1/18/21 will be given full consideration. Expected start date is 3/1/21. Please direct questions regarding this posting to: Susan Henning-Harris at [email protected]
OAA #: 22012-11
Appointment Status: Non-Tenure Track
Internal Number: 10267
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