The Network Coordinator will be responsible for the overall management of the Network program. This includes supervising Network team leader/members, supporting Network teams in their training, support and recruitment activities, providing regular reports on Network activity to the Cabinet for Health & Family Services.
Supervision of statewide Network leaders and members
Maintain annual visits to each Network team
Create and sustain communication with all Network members via email, phone, Zoom, social media, etc.
Coordinator or lead training necessary for the professional development of Network members, including an annual professional development conference
Supervise the completion and approval of biweekly timesheets
Maintain social media group for Network members/leaders
Maintain and prepare presentations of databases/reports detailing the Network's support contacts, recruitment contacts and trainings
Review submitted travel/child care forms
Assist teams in planning and implementing team activities including trainings, recruitment outreach and other events
Advertise and recruit for vacant Network positions
Conduct interviews and complete hiring process to fill vacant positions
Maintain communication with Cabinet Central Office staff regarding Network activities or changes
Create and distribute Network related material including brochures, flyers, digital content for social media, etc.
Other duties as assigned.
Minimum Education Requirements:
Minimum Experience and Skill Requirements:
Must have one year of related professional experience.
Experience working with foster/adoptive parents and/or the out of home care population.
Must possess proficiency on general office equipment including personal computers, printers, fax and copiers, with the MS Office Suite programs, and basic social media.
Special Instructions to Applicants:
Along with the application, the following items must be included:
For almost 100 years Murray State University has served students from the region, the nation and the world.
Founded in 1922, the University has grown from an enrollment of 202 students to nearly 10,000 today. Students receive personalized attention from supportive faculty and staff as the University offers a 15:1 student-to-faculty ratio. Murray State University has ranked among the top universities in the nation in U.S. News & World Report's annual publication, America's Best Colleges, for the past 30 consecutive years. Additionally, The Chronicle of Higher Education has recognized Murray State as a "Great College to Work For". Murray State has also been recognized nationally for both quality and value by Washington Monthly, Money Magazine and the Wall Street Journal/Times Higher Education.Recognition of the quality of Murray State programs is reflected in accreditations. Murray State has been continuously accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC) since 1928. Program accreditations have also been attained in animal health technology, art, business, counseling, dietetics, engineering physics, several engineering technology p...rograms, chemistry, journalism and mass communications, music, nursing, occupational safety and health, physics and engineering physics, social work, special education, teacher education and veterinary laboratory diagnostics.
Located in the Jackson Purchase lake area of west Kentucky, Murray State is a state-supported comprehensive University with four academic colleges - business, education and human services, humanities and fine arts, and science, engineering and technology - a school of agriculture, and a school of nursing and health professions. The University's 236-acre main campus is in Murray, a city of 19,171. The University offers undergraduate, graduate, doctoral, certificate and online programs, as well as continuing education programs.The main campus in Murray comprises more than 70 major buildings, including classroom and office buildings and two libraries. The Waterfield Library houses the circulating collection, reference sources, government documents, microforms and periodicals. The historic Pogue Library contains special materials relating to the history and culture of west Kentucky and the region. Murray State also operates the Pullen Farm, Hancock Biological Station, Breathitt Veterinary Center and The Arboretum at Murray State. In addition to the main campus in Murray, the University's regional campuses and educational presences include Fort Campbell, Henderson, Hopkinsville, Madisonville and Paducah
The University's mission statement is as follows:Murray State University places our highest priority on student learning and excellent teaching, blending the range of educational opportunities often experienced at research institutions with the nurturing student-teacher interactions usually found at smaller universities. We offer relevant undergraduate and graduate degree programs with core studies in the liberal arts and sciences, leading to degrees from certificates to advanced practice doctorates that prepare students for success. Through effective and creative teaching, the opportunity to apply knowledge and skills to real-world situations, and academic and student support services, our quality faculty and staff foster student growth in knowledge, critical inquiry, and innovative thinking.As a public comprehensive university dedicated to diversity, global awareness, and intellectual curiosity, we actively engage students, faculty, staff, and the community in collaborative scholarship, creative activity, and research. We invest in our communities through thoughtful public service in our 18-county service region and beyond. Our uniqueness arises from our combination of academic excellence, welcoming atmosphere, and dedication to student success through mentored, real-world learning opportunities in an open-minded and supportive learning environment. The city of Murray offers a low cost of living, low property taxes, a four-season climate, excellent educational systems. Murray was named the Friendliest Small Town in America by Rand McNally and USA Today, and one of the 100 best communities for young people. Murray an ideal place to live and work. Located in close proximity to major cities and nearby access to Interstate 24, Murray is just a matter of hours from Nashville, St. Louis, Louisville and Memphis. In addition, Calloway County has been ranked as one of the top 10 healthiest counties in Kentucky for the past six years.