Statewide Systems Coordinator - Alaska SEED
Statewide Systems Coordinator – Alaska SEED provides development support and implementation of projects and programs for the Alaska System for Early Education Development (SEED) including the SEED Registry, Trainer & Training & Coaching Approval System and Professional Development and/or Compensation Funding
- Provide support/management of the data base system housing the Alaska SEED Registry, Trainer and Training and Coaching Approval Systems, and Professional Development/Compensation application process, including data entry and portal management, to include:
- Produce and disseminate Alaska SEED Career Ladder, Trainer Certificates, Training Approval letters, Coaching and Alaska Early Childhood Administrator (AK-ECAC) credentials
- Support and assist clients with the Registry, Trainer, Training, Coaching, AK-ECAC, and Professional Development and/or Compensation Funding application process
- Ensure SEED-approved trainings align with Alaska SEED Core Knowledge and Competencies and Early Learning Guidelines
- Reviews and ensures higher education transcripts and Alaska SEED Related degrees align with Alaska SEED Core Knowledge and Competencies
- Implement Trainer and Training and Coaching Registry processes including application, approval processes, policies/procedures, quality assurance and workflow processes
- Work in a team-based environment to align database systems and information for effective data collection
- Support the Alaska SEED Director, as well as a diverse group of statewide stakeholders, including the Alaska SEED Steering Committee
- Provide accurate program data for grant proposals, reports, and stakeholder requests for data reports
- Assist agency in collecting, analyzing, and reporting professional development trends using Alaska SEED Registry Systems data
- Present and/or co-present to early childhood and/or school-age programs, conferences, etc. on benefits of Alaska SEED Registry membership, and Trainer & Training and Coaching Approval System
- Support early childhood education programs in continuous quality improvement including working towards national accreditation standards.
- Other duties as assigned
- Associates degree required, BA preferred, in business, database or project management, or related field
- Previous experience and/or knowledge in Early Childhood and QRIS preferred
- Prior experience implementing and managing the creation of a database system preferred
- Prior experience with program development and reporting required
- Must pass background check; references and valid identification required
- Passion and commitment to thread’s mission and the importance of early childhood education.
- Knowledge of early childhood and school-age education programs and services, and community collaboration initiatives
- Flexibility and adaptability as organizational needs change.
- Strong interpersonal skills required.
- Strong analytical skills and attention to detail.
- Strong technical writing skills required
- Strong customer service skills required
- Experience developing programs, initiatives and/or systems
- Experience with the development of policies and procedures
- Ability to use modern technology to enhance business and customer services
- Ability to communicate effectively with a diverse group of educators, parents, staff and members of the community
- Ability to use database systems and general office programs with comfort and ease including Microsoft Word, Excel, Access, Zoom, PowerPoint, Salesforce, shared project management tools, and Outlook.
- Ability to effectively facilitate, support and lead stakeholders to achieve goals.