The Coaching Content Coordinator is responsible for conceptualizing, coordinating, writing, editing and producing instructional content that enables Indiana early education and care programs to become more effective in their work, with emphasis on a learner-centered approach. The position will work specifically with our coaches to help them develop an appropriate scope and sequence for their work with high-need providers across the state. The incumbent will also collaborate with content specialists to deliver curricula that address the needs of providers.

The Tier Three Coach is responsible for providing direct, individualized program-level support to Indiana early education and care programs who are either referred by licensing or seeking to improve the quality of their programming and will benefit from one-on-one coaching.

The Tier Two Coach is responsible for providing cohort-based professional development to help Indiana early education and care programs create a progress towards a shared professional development goal. The Tier Two Coach provides increasing intensive support to programs that are seeking to move beyond their basic requirements and will benefit from a cohort-based professional learning community. 

The Tier Three Coach is responsible for providing direct, individualized program-level support to Tier Three early care and education family childcare programs who are seeing to improve their practices or who need targeted supports based on other state partner recommendations. Employee is expected to make substantial contribution to Geminus by developing and coordinating appropriate practices that produce desired program outcomes. Tier 3 Coach demonstrates professionalism in appearance and actions; handles difficult or stressful situations in a calm and respectful manner; demonstrates fair treatment of others and supports a positive work environment. Must have the ability to communicate orally and in writing. Must have the ability to work a flexible schedule with some evenings and weekends. Travel is required. Work may require light to moderate lifting. This position is a direct-hire for Geminus.

The Tier Two Coach is responsible for providing short-term small group support to Tier Two early care and education family childcare programs who are seeking to improve their practices or who need targeted supports based on other state partner recommendations. Employee is expected to make substantial contribution to Geminus by developing and coordinating appropriate practices that produce desired program outcomes.Tier Two Coach demonstrates professionalism in appearance and actions; handles difficult or stressful situations in a calm and respectful manner; demonstrates fair treatment of others and supports a positive work environment. Must have the ability to communicate orally and in writing. Must have the ability to work a flexible schedule with some evenings and weekends. Travel is required. Work may require light to moderate lifting. This position is a direct-hire for Geminus.

The SPARK Data Specialist is responsible for the overall tracking, monitoring and reporting for the Technical Assistance (TA) contract in partnership with Shine Early Learning and Indiana’s Office of Early Childhood and Out of School Learning (OECOSL). The Data Analyst will be responsible for collecting and monitoring the reporting requirements for SPARK Learning Lab. This will include setting up a system to collect, assess and report out on the benchmarks for the new TA contract and other internal requirements. The Data Analyst will work in collaboration with project leadership and external stakeholders. The contracted project is with the state of Indiana’s technical assistance services for child care. The position will be located in Indianapolis, Indiana, and work on-site at the client’s office.

The Communications Manager is responsible for the overall internal and external communications for the Technical Assistance contract in partnership with Shine Early Learning and Indiana’s Office of Early Childhood and Out of School Learning (OECOSL).  The Communications Manager will be responsible for the new client project and brand called SPARK Learning Lab. This will include communication strategy, public relations, graphic design, website and social media management. The Communications Manager will work in collaboration with project leadership and external stakeholders. This position is a direct-hire for Transform Consulting Group.

The SPARK Business Management Specialist is responsible for supporting early care and education programs in improving their business management knowledge and skills to sustain their programs for the Technical Assistance (TA) contract in partnership with Shine Early Learning and Indiana’s Office of Early Childhood and Out of School Learning (OECOSL). The Business Management Specialist is responsible for the content development related to operating a high quality early care and education program, which includes digital content in addition to one professional learning community event per month, utilizing the online platform of choice, and three live courses throughout the year – either through the online platform or in-person, depending on the needs of the community. In addition, the Business Management Specialist will interface with coaches to provide specialized content support to individual program’s needs.

The SPARK Family Engagement Specialist is responsible for the content development of Tier One Technical Assistance supports related to Family Engagement principles, modules, and research-driven practices. The Specialist will collaborate with instructional designers to modify and deliver all content for Tier One providers including one professional learning community event per month, utilizing our online platform of choice, and three live courses throughout the year – either through our online platform or in-person, depending on the needs of the community. In addition, the Family Engagement Specialist will interface with Tier Two and Tier Three coaches to provide specialized content support to meet their coaching needs.

The SPARK Staff Development Specialist is responsible for the content development of Tier One Technical Assistance supports related to staff development and best practice related to administrative principles and research-driven practices. The Specialist will collaborate with instructional designers to modify and deliver all content for Tier One providers including one professional learning community event per month, utilizing our online platform of choice, and three live courses throughout the year – either through our online platform or in-person, depending on the needs of the community. In addition, the Staff Development Specialist will interface with Tier Two and Tier Three coaches to provide specialized content support to meet their coaching needs.

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