Coordinator of Engage Grant
The Project Coordinator will work full time assisting in the coordination and implementation of the day-to-day aspects of the ENGAGE (Equipping a New Generation for Academic Growth and Excellence) Project activities, which include the recruitment, selection, and monitoring of project participants. The Coordinator will also design, coordinate, and provide in-service and other professional development activities for targeted schools in the Oklahoma City metropolitan area, as well as teach graduate level coursework as necessary.
Posting Number: RE00797
Job Type: Full-Time
Department Specific Essential Job Functions:
Oversee the day to day implementation of the professional development activities for participants in the undergraduate Bilingual Paraprofessional Pipeline Program.
Assist the Project Director with overall implementation of the Professional development component for participating in-service teachers pursuing a masters’ degree in Bilingual Education/TESL.
Recruit, screen and select program participants.
Collaborate with CEPS and UCO Public Relations office in the development and dissemination of public relations efforts.
Work with partner institutions through a steering committee to conduct needs assessments, offer coaching and resources for professional development.
Conduct on-site consultations related to classroom practices with participating teachers and paraprofessionals.
Monitor curriculum modifications and in-class adaptations made for English language learners by program participants (teachers and paraprofessionals).
Maintain program records and collect field data for program evaluation.
Perform other related duties as assigned.
Desired Start Date: January 9, 2017
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