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Manager, Program Observations & Accountability Content

Agenda for Children seeks a highly organized and dynamic facilitator to be the Manager, Program Observations & Accountability Content. The ideal candidate will have experience in early childhood and in developing and delivering relevant professional development content, both virtually as well as in engaging and interactive in-person training workshops. This position will report to the Assistant Director, Program Quality and Improvement and will work collaboratively with multiple colleagues across Agenda’s Center for Early Childhood Advancement (CECA) and the New Orleans Early Education Network (NOEEN) CLASS® team.

Qualifications:

  • Deep knowledge of Teachstone CLASS® (Infant, Toddler, and Pre-K-3rd)
  • Experience developing and facilitating professional development workshops/classes/courses
  • Experience coaching educators and supporting leaders
  • Strong collaborator and brainstormer who can take an idea and develop it through to a final product
  • Details-oriented, analytical, active listener, able to synthesize and present information in a way that make it easily understood by the audience

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Early Care & Education Specialist

Agenda for Children seeks a details-oriented individual with experience as an early childhood professional and proven ability working collaboratively with others for the Early Care & Education Specialist. The Early Care & Education Specialist provides practice-based coaching and personalized support to teachers and program leaders who work with children ages birth through grade three, and will be responsible for conducting professional development workshops for teachers and program leaders. Practice-Based Coaching (PBC) is a professional development strategy that uses a cyclical process. This process supports teachers and leaders’ use of effective teaching practices that lead to positive outcomes for children. PBC occurs in the context of collaborative partnerships.

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