Closes: Closed when filled
IDLA - Remote Location
The primary purpose of this position is to increase district
implementation efforts and student success by providing appropriate support of
students, parents, schools and and districts.
This position will also assist in increasing awareness of IDLA programs,
activities, and accomplishments, specifically in relation to online
asynchronous classes, Blending Learning, advanced placement/dual credit courses
and educational programs serving at-risk and remedial students. This person
will be responsible for developing relationships with area schools, site
coordinators, district technology coordinators, counselors, parents, students,
teachers, administrators. Excellent
communication skills are essential as the position entails extensive
presentations and public speaking with school counselors, administrators,
students, and parents. This position will also be responsible for coordinating
professional development for district personnel. Frequent travel throughout the region and
state is required to fulfill responsibilities of the position.
Current Idaho Secondary Certificate
A minimum of 3 years experience in classroom or
Knowledge/experience in online education is
Superior technology skills
Strong interpersonal/human relations skills
Strong written and verbal communication skills
Strong public speaking skills
Ability to develop, plan and present effective
Ability to teach, instruct, and conduct training
Ability to organize time, projects and details
Ability to work independently with minimal
High level of reliability and responsibility
Must be a self-starter with the ability to
multi-task and meet defined deadlines
Must be flexible, committed, energetic, and
receptive to change
Ability to imbue a mindset of customer service,
quality and efficiency
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
- Cooperate and collaborate with IDLA staff,
administration, and Idaho school districts, which include but are not limited
to the following:
Responsible to insure and monitor implementation
of IDLA programs and services in a region.
Responsible for increasing the awareness of IDLA
programs, activities, and accomplishments.
Responsible for developing positive
relationships with area schools, counselors, parents, students, teachers,
leadership in data driven decision making for key student populations and
coordinate instructional, local and regional support efforts.
IDLA and communicate program information and successes to the community it
and monitor professional development opportunities for site coordinators
including face-to-face, online, and webinar opportunities to increase district
and advance quality relationships via phone, email, and in-person contact to
build rapport with various stakeholders.
informative sessions with prospective students, parents, high school/college
personnel, and other interested individuals or groups.
program planning efforts with IDLA staff and facilitate the program planning
an understanding of current online education ideas, trends, and practices pertaining
to the areas of responsibility for this position.
the IDLA Directors informed about current critical issues and the status of
areas under his/her control.
professional obligations through efficient work habits such as meeting
deadlines, schedules, coordination resources and meetings in an effective and
schools and programs in their implementation of blended and online learning models.
with statewide entities that are pursuing and/or utilizing blended and online
learning opportunities and develop strategic relationships with these groups,
and also with the Idaho Dept. of Education, to ensure successful blended
strategic implementation plans for new blended learning schools/programs