OMIC Industry Outreach and Training Coordinator (Coord/Business Training & Ed Dev)
OMIC Industry Outreach and Training Coordinator (Coord/Business Training & Ed Dev)Requisition IDreq708DepartmentOR Manufacturing Innovation CenterCampusEmployment TypeAcademic Prof - Full TimeBest Consideration DateFor best consideration, apply by September 25 ,2020; applications received after this date are not guaranteed a reviewPosition SummaryNote: Student Employees are not eligible to apply for Academic Professional "PCC Only" job postings.Portland Community College is seeking an Industry Outreach & Training Coordinator for the new PCC OMIC Training Center in Scappoose, Oregon. The Oregon Manufacturing Innovation Center (OMIC) is based on a collaborative model—bringing together industry, academia/post-secondary education, and government—designed to foster innovation and strengthen the manufacturing industry through applied research and advanced technical training. PCC is leading the OMIC Training Center initiative, which is developing work-based learning models, like registered apprenticeships, which combine on-the-job training with classroom and lab instruction. Leveraging industry-driven curriculum and quality PCC instruction, students and job seekers are able to complete an apprenticeship program and/or an associate degree or certificate leading to an advanced degree.
The Industry Outreach & Training Coordinator position provides an exciting opportunity for an energetic and collaborative professional committed to developing and managing strategic partnerships between PCC and regional advanced manufacturing companies. The Coordinator’s role is to work with local employers and stakeholders to identify training needs and promote PCC OMIC training programs, like Registered Apprenticeships and other solutions, that meet the hiring and training requirements of local and regional manufacturers.
Energetic and solution-oriented, a successful Coordinator must bring a strong record of developing and managing strategic industry partnerships, as well as demonstrated success in consultative sales and marketing. It will be critical for the Coordinator to balance, adapt, and respond to changing work environments and industry expectations, and clearly communicate with and between industry, academic, and community partners.
The Center is a highly visible, highly anticipated endeavor, which will require on-going industry engagement. The Coordinator’s ability to comprehend the unique needs of industry partners and promote effective training solutions will be essential to the success of the PCC OMIC Training Center and its mission.
- Develops and advances strategic partnerships between regional manufacturers and Portland Community College’s OMIC training programs. Works with manufacturing leaders to help identify their priority workforce training and hiring needs.
- Coordinates manufacturing training efforts with other PCC-related programs and services. Communicates industry input back to PCC to support the College’s responsiveness to industry.
- Proactively engages with manufacturing leaders to promote OMIC Training, including recruitment and support for an OMIC-aligned Joint Apprenticeship & Training Committee (JATC), sponsorship of apprentices, curriculum development, equipment selection, worksite tours, and potential donations.
- Serves as a liaison to regional manufacturers to promote work-based learning programs such as registered apprenticeships, youth apprenticeships, pre-apprenticeships and other similar models.
- Works collaboratively with other regional educational, economic and workforce development agencies supporting the manufacturing sector such as school districts, universities, chambers of commerce, workforce boards, and economic development agencies to align industry engagement, articulate seamless pathways for manufacturing careers, and promote OMIC Training.
- Collaborates with industry partners to share best practices and leverage resources to help Oregon’s manufacturing sector remain competitive with global markets.See the classification description for additional information: https://www.pcc.edu/hr/employment/academic-pro-jobs/bustraindevcoor/ Candidate ProfileThese qualifications, skills and abilities are critical for success in this position.
Throughout the screening process, you will be evaluated based on the demonstration of these qualifications.
Experience working with the advanced manufacturing industry, including an understanding of industry training needs and related training programs.
Demonstrated record of success in relationship-based, consultative sales and marketing.
Experience with work-based learning models, including State Registered Apprenticeship and Pre-Apprenticeship.
Ability to adapt to different work environments and a propensity to look for opportunities and innovative solutions when presented with a challenge.
Demonstrated experience developing strategic industry, academic, and community partnerships and effectively communicating across sectors.
Demonstrated commitment to social justice, equity, and inclusion.
To be considered, your application must demonstrate these minimum qualifications. (Experience is calculated based on the start and end dates you provide multiplied by the number of hours per week worked).
Bachelor’s degree in education, business administration or related, recreation, degree related to area of job focus, or other job related field (relevant experience may substitute for the degree requirement on a year-for-year basis).
Two years of program development and coordination, including budget monitoring experience, is required.
PCC currently fully funds the Oregon Public Employees Retirement System (PERS/OPSRP) pension and contributes an additional 6% into the employee's Individual Account Program under PERS/OPSRP. PCC offers a tax deferred annuity program and a deferred compensation program where employees may save additional pre-tax dollars for retirement.
Additionally, PCC provides a tuition waiver for you, your spouse/domestic partner, and dependent children under 24 years of age, as well as partial tuition reimbursement for full-time employees at other accredited institutions.
*Please note: Temporary Academic Professional employees are not eligible for Personal Leave Days, Life Insurance, Long-term Disability, or AD&D Insurance.
Paid Leave: (Pro-rated by FTE for Part-Time Employees)
- Starts at 13.33 hours of vacation leave per month (additional vacation hours with years of services)
- 1 day of sick leave per month
- 11 holidays
- 3 additional personal leave days per year
For a complete list of PCC benefits, please visit http://www.pcc.edu/hr.benefits
- Veterans: DD214
- Disabled Veterans: DD214 and Letter from the Department of VA