Report on K14 Technical Assistance Provider - Manager
K14 Technical Assistance Provider - Manager
The K14 Technical Assistant Provider (TAP) provides regional leadership in the development, administration, and organization of Pathway Improvement initiatives for Career Technical Education Incentive Grants (CTEIG) for K12 and intersegmental partnerships in the K12 Strong Workforce Program (K12 SWP). The TAP develops key relationships between CTEIG and K12 SWP partners and stakeholders, which include leaders and representatives from the regionâs local education agencies (LEAs), community colleges and community college districts, professional organizations, and local business community. The TAP will initiate and facilitate early engagement and collaboration of college faculty and secondary teachers and counselors for an effective and efficient launch of pathway improvement initiatives within the region. Through the duration of the grant, the TAP provides its regionâs K12 Pathway Coordinators with technical assistance and professional development support.
Collaborate with K12 SWP partners to develop a regional technical assistance plan, utilizing needs assessment and diagnostic tools focused on career education and early college credit, aligned with guided pathways and regional economic priorities. The regional technical assistance plan will integrate K12 pathway improvement initiatives and work activities for K12 Pathway Coordinators and be situated within the larger regional plan for each Regional Consortia.
Assist LEAs with grant applications, build LEA knowledge base of their regional consortiumâs plan, and align LEA career technical education program objectives with regional consortiumâs plan.
Create shared resources, including templates, toolkits, and guides for K12 Pathway Coordinators to disseminate to partners of pathway improvement initiatives.
Identify and analyze structural barriers in implementing pathways from the field, and pilot regional and state level solutions.
The TAP has significant involvement with supporting consortia in the understanding of metrics associated with CTEIG and K12 SWP, their relationship to existing accountability reporting requirements and the larger labor market, and implications for continuous improvement. For K12 outcomes, the metrics will be based on information that LEAs are already collecting for Perkins and Local Control and Accountability Plans (LCAP) including high school career technical education enrollment, dual enrollment, graduation, and student characteristics. For outcomes once students are enrolled in community college, the metrics will be based on collegeâs Management Information System submissions and data matches with other state agencies. Until an MOU can be put in place between CDE and CCCCO for information sharing on K12 data points, student-level information will be reported through CAL-PASS Plus. No data reporting is required from community colleges, as metrics can be constructed from CCCCO data.
The TAP will champion accurate data collection, reporting, use, and communication to enhance K14 pathway transitions and student outcomes. Cornerstone activities to guide pathway improvement initiative development include, but are not limited to:
Help LEAs understand the importance of accurate collection of information in local data systems
Ensure that LEAs submit CALPADS and other standard reports to Cal-PASS Plus
Support LEAs in reviewing and understanding institution-level information that is visualized in the dashboard
Coordinate with WestEd to support consortia in identifying student enrollment patterns, industry sector trends, and student outcomes within and across regions
Coordinate with the Centers of Excellence to review and disseminate information on the regionâs current labor market trends and gaps
Convene an ongoing K12 - community college network focused on K12 partnerships with community colleges and businesses to support K12 pathway improvement activities.
Move network beyond building awareness of pathways to scaling practices in the region.
Complement work of the Regional Consortia.
Plan, coordinate and/or implement regional professional development opportunities for K12 Pathway Coordinators, as well as stakeholders on key K14 topics relevant to the region.
Facilitate communities of practice on key regional topics.
Identify emerging, promising, and best practices of pathway development and pathway improvement initiatives, and communicate success of local work within regions and across the state.
Provide policy briefings based on research and evidence of local implementation to inform the CCCCO and CDE, and to assist policymakers.
CTEIG and K12 SWP Program Support
Provide support for implementation of CTEIG and K12 SWP. Support includes but is not limited to:
Facilitating knowledge of labor market information to inform pathway development
Ensuring a process is in place for data collection
Facilitating the work of the K12 SWP Selection Committee
Connecting K12 Pathways Coordinators to resources to help support decision-making
The TAP develops and disseminates common resources and documents including supporting Cal-PASS Plus membership to facilitate data sharing and securing College and Career Access Pathway partnership agreements. The TAP works closely with community college and K12 districtsâ Human Resource Directors to support instructional services for career pathways that meet the compliance of statutes for collective bargaining agreements. Duties related to compliance include, but are not limited to:
Sign MOU and submit data for Cal-Pass Plus
Create and secure partnership agreements
Provide consistent research and professional development regarding any current legal and regulatory changes that would affect Pathway program
Gathering data and submitting required reports to the state after executive review and approval OTHER
KNOWLEDGE AND ABILITIES:
California K12 data collection systems and practices.
K12 and Community College data and data tools used to access student outcomes, program performance, and labor market information.
Personnel and budget management principles, procedures, and strategies.
Principles and methods of program planning, including program review and the development and evaluation of student learning, service area, or program learning outcomes.
Public relations, group presentations, and effective communication in a diverse environment.
Public speaking, workshop development, and group facilitation principles and practices.
Student advertisement and career exploration strategies, K12 Career Technical Educational programs, and community college career education pathways.
Conduct meetings, facilitate groups and workshops.
Instruct practitioners on how to use K12 and Community College data tools to assess student outcomes and program performance.
Develop and administer a comprehensive program work plan, budget, and outcomes.
Establish and maintain collaborative working relationships with industry, faculty, staff, students, and the public.
Be sensitive and committed to meeting the needs of the diverse academic, socioeconomic, cultural, disability, and ethnic backgrounds of the student/community population.
Use computer software for word processing, spreadsheets, databases and presentations.
Communicate clearly, concisely, and effectively both orally and in writing with industry, students, staff, faculty, outside agencies, and the public.
Travel to off-campus functions and transport presentation materials and equipment.
Organize and conduct special events in conjunction with other college departments and programs.
Attend instructional and student services meetings, as well as regional or State Career Pathway and Dual Enrollment meetings, as needed.
Represent CTEIG and K12 Strong Workforce Pathways at relevant state and federal conferences and industry events.
EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:
Bachelorâs degree from an accredited college or university and three full years of full-time K-12 school district, county office of education, college, or university work experience in a lead position. Demonstrated sensitivity to and understanding of the diverse cultures of high school and community college students.
K14 Counseling and/or career pathway development experience or served in a K14 Technical Assistant provider of similar role with a focus on career and technical education.
Grant Management experience
Teaching, counseling and/or management experience in a community college setting.
Experience coordinating and facilitating groups of diverse stakeholders.
Experience working with special populations of students.
SALARY RANGE: $7,401.08 - $8,374.33
(Nine step Salary Range continues to a maximum of $9,019.67)
WORKING HOURS: Monday and Friday, 8:00 am â 4:30 pm
PLEASE APPLY AT: https://jobs.sbcc.edu
ONLINE APPLICATION MUST BE RECEIVED BY: Monday, September 9, 2019
Online applications must be received by 11:59 p.m. PT on the closing date.
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