EEA Job Announcement: ATEEG Program Administrator Position (contractor)
EEA is seeking an independent contractor to serve as ATEEG Program Administrator
Position Summary The Program Administrator is a contractor responsible for the day-to-day operations of the Advanced Training for Environmental Education in Georgia (ATEEG) Program. The ATEEG Program is a professional development initiative of the Environmental Education Alliance of Georgia (EEA). The Program Administrator serves under the direction of the Certification Advisory Board (CAB). The contractor in this position is expected to work an average of 10.5 hours per week, not to exceed 546 hours per year. The potential start date is April 2021. The closing date for submitting a resume is March 15, 2021. Please send to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Position Details Responsibilities: 1. Provides effective communications with members of the CAB, EEA Executive Director, EEA Executive Committee, Board of Directors, potential participants and current participants. 2. Provides quarterly activity reports to CAB which include updates about participant progress and budget status. 3. Handles registration for each core course and onsite check-in during the first day of each course. 4. Maintains ATEEG financial records and budgets; works cooperatively with the EEA bookkeeper, Treasurer, and Exec Director. 5. Manages core course schedules and instructional materials. 6. Coordinates logistics for core courses including food, meeting space and lodging for instructors. 7. Maintains all participant records (electronic and hard copy), including applications, assignments, assessments, and recertification documentation. 8. Maintains all course evaluation and assessment documentation. 9. Maintains the ATEEG webpage on the EEA website and updates the profile and course offerings on the EEinGeorgia website. 10. Coordinates CAB review process for Independent Study Project and Professional Development Plan requirements. 11. Assists instructors with course preparation and logistics as needed. 12. Under the supervision of the EEA Webmaster, maintains the EEA website, member profiles, emails, and forms. 13. Maintains profile and course offerings on the EEA and EEinGeorgia websites. 14. Performs other duties as assigned, to assist ATEEG operations and EEA in general.
Qualifications: 1. Bachelor’s degree in science or education-related field, and knowledge of environmental education is preferred. 2. Experience managing program budgets and working knowledge of Excel and QuickBooks. 3. Ability to work independently and with minimal supervision. 4. Creative and highly organized. 5. Excellent verbal and written communication skills, and ability to work well with others. 6. Proficiency with Microsoft Office products. 7. Experience with website design or learning management systems (especially Weebly and Canvas) is valued. 8. Willingness and ability to travel; and ability to navigate appropriate online apps when workshops and activities are virtual.
To Apply: Email a cover letter and resume to Stacy.Smith@accgov.com by March 15, 2021 .
If sending by post, please mail to: Stacy Smith 725 Hancock Industrial Way Athens, GA 30601
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