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Community College Education and Training Funds (ETF) Program Manager, MACC

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Category:: Professional
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Locations:: Boston, MA
Posted:: Aug 12, 2022
Closes:: Open Until Filled
Type:: Full-time
Position ID:: 151875


Job Description:


Community College Education and Training Funds (ETF) Program Manager


JOB DESCRIPTION:
Education and Training Funds have been allocated to support high-demand workforce training programs at the 15 community colleges in Massachusetts; the CCETF Program Manager will provide centralized oversight and coordination of these funds and serve as a single point of contact to the Colleges. The program is administered jointly by the Massachusetts Association of Community Colleges and the Executive Office of Education in consultation with the Executive Office of Labor and Workforce Development and Regional Workforce Investment Boards. The program will support the creation and expansion of training programs at community colleges for high-demand industries, identified by regional labor market blueprints; those industries may include, but are not limited to, healthcare, education, manufacturing, information technology, and cybersecurity. This position is grant funded through 2024 and is subject to state appropriation.



Requirements:


PRIMARY DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:


  • Convene and facilitate partnership meetings and activities (community college providers, WSC industry "market makers" and MassHire Career Navigators, other stakeholders, etc.) This may include establishing planning teams for specific regional sectors.
  • Support partnerships seeking to uplift populations who have traditionally experienced higher rates of unemployment and barriers to employment, including populations emphasized by the Black Advisory Commission and the Latino Advisory Commission (BAC and LAC)
  • Develop and align strategies to inform internal and external partners and stakeholders of Workforce Funds activities, goals, and outcomes.
  • Provide regular reports on program activities and outcomes to the MACC Workforce Development Director.
  • Collect individual college data requirements and responsibilities for consortium quarterly monitoring and annual reporting.
  • Confirm target occupations and update the Credit for Prior Learning (CPL) landscape among all 15 community colleges.Identify strategies to increase awareness of the CPL to a large cross-section of constituencies including UI claimants and other potential training program candidates.
  • Other duties as assigned.
  • This position may require travel to various community colleges and employer locations across the state.
  • This position may work remotely.


QUALIFICATIONS:


  • Bachelor's degree required. You may substitute an Associate's Degree combined with at least 5 years of related experience.
  • Demonstrated knowledge and experience with workforce training and development programs preferably in a community college setting.
  • Minimum of three years of administrative experience in planning, implementation and oversight of large partnerships or initiatives, preferably at a training provider or educational institution.
  • Demonstrated skill in fund/grant management including data collection, organization of data, and group process facilitation is required.
  • Excellent oral and written communication and math skills are required.
  • A hands-on style will be needed to achieve the goals and fulfill the responsibilities of this position.


Additional Information:


SALARY:
Anticipated salary range is 65,000-80,000, salary commensurate with experience and education.


BENEFITS:
This full-time, Commonwealth of Massachusetts position is classified as a Non-Unit Professional and includes a complete benefit package including competitive health insurance, dental insurance, basic life insurance, long-term disability insurance, paid sick, vacation and personal leave, educational benefits for employee/spouse/dependents, and excellent retirement benefits.


COMMITMENT TO EQUITY:


  • Demonstrate a sincere commitment to fostering a diverse, equitable, and inclusive community, a willingness to engage in personal learning within the office, the ability to engage in honest conversations regarding issues and policies within the community colleges and MACC office.
  • Support MACC's commitment to being anti-racist; embracing a community free of bias and inequality.
  • Prioritize equity and assist the MACC and its colleges in reaching goals related to improving outcomes for persons of color.

SUPERVISION RECEIVED:
The Fund Program Manager will report to the MACC Director of Workforce Development.




Application Instructions:


APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS:
Candidates for employment should be aware that all Community College students, faculty, and staff are required to be fully vaccinated. Accordingly, initial employment is dependent upon receipt and verification of full vaccination status records; details of how to fulfill vaccine record verification requirements will be provided during the hire and onboarding process. MACC does not provide employment-based visa sponsorship. All offers of employment are based on appropriate U.S. work authorization.



Please send one PDF document with a cover letter highlighting your qualifications and interest in the position and a complete resume to [email protected] with Community College Education and Training Funds (ETF) Program Manager in the subject line. This position is open until filled.



The Massachusetts Association of Community Colleges is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer. We are committed to a diverse, multicultural, multi-ethnic work environment. Women, people of color, persons with disabilities and others are strongly encouraged to apply.
For more information and about MACC, visit: https://masscc.org/


Organization

Northern Essex Community College, with campuses in Haverhill

and Lawrence, Massachusetts, was designated as New England’s

first Hispanic Serving Institution in 2001. We serve approximately

5,000 students each semester in the beautiful, historic Merrimack

Valley region of northeast Massachusetts.

Our suburban Haverhill campus sits on over a hundred pastoral

acres near Kenoza Lake and features the David Hartleb Technology

Center, the award-winning Behrakis Student One-Stop Center,

and more than $20 million in recent classroom and student area

renovations.

Our urban Lawrence campus is centered around the new, stateof-

the-art $27 million El Hefni Health and Technology Center, as

well as the recently renovated Dimitry classroom building, the

Haffner-Fournier Education Center, and “The Hub,” home to our

“Communiversity” partnerships and Revolving Test Kitchen for

aspiring restauranteurs.

NECC has also recently completed construction of the Lupoli

Family Hospitality and Culinary Arts Institute at the The Heights

in downtown Haverhill, manages the MassHire Merrimack Valley

Career Centers, and, through our NECC Police Academy, has

become one of the largest providers of police education and

training in Massachusetts.

Both campuses are a short drive to Boston and to the beaches and

state parks along the coast and to nearby mountains, lakes, and ski

resorts in Maine and New Hampshire.

NECC is a college with an organizational culture that prizes

initiative and innovation, and seeks to identify and develop the

strengths in students, faculty, staff, and programs in order to grow

and improve. We are also committed to using evidence to guide

our planning and decision-making, and to closing equity gaps in

student success, wherever they exist.

These values are reflected in our Equity Imperative, the most

important of our strategic plan goals; in the creation of our new

Center for Equity and Social Justice; in decade-long affiliation

as a leader college with Achieving the Dream; in our work using

Appreciative Inquiry for planning; and in the recent successful

completion of our ten-year NECHE comprehensive self-evaluation

for accreditation.

NECC offers comprehensive programs of study leading to an

associate in arts degree, an associate in science degree, an

associate in applied science degree and certificates of program

completion. Students can select from over 60 different academic

programs of study and a wide array of non-credit corporate and

community education offerings.

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