Technical Assistance Project Director
The Technical Assistance Project Director is responsible for the vision and quality of services delivered by Shine Early Learning and all subcontractors within the SPARK Learning Lab Indiana project. This individual will directly supervise staff including Deputy Directors, Paths to QUALITY Manager, Operations and
Technology Manager, and Administrative Assistant. He/She will also have dotted line supervision responsibilities for support provided by Shine Early Learning Support Center and subcontractors. The Project Director will be the primary liaison to the State and will be accountable for meeting or exceeding specific performance measures set by the State, including developing and implementing key strategies to do so. This role will be responsible to develop the program improvement plan each year, as well as implementing and managing any improvements the plan identifies. Lastly, the Project Director will serve as a public figure and relationship manager with all other early childhood entities within the state.
Coach Tier III
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.
Specialist Operations and Compliance
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Coach - Early Learning Business Practices
The Early Learning Business Practices Coach is responsible for providing direct, individualized program-level support to Indiana early education and care programs who are seeking to increase their business acumen and will benefit from one-on-one and/or group coaching. The Early Learning Business Practices Coach is deployed to support early learning programs using a set of universal resources including but not limited to tools, job-aids, templates, and facilitated conversations, and instructor-led training. Coaching occurs both in-person and virtually for individuals and groups of early childhood program leaders.
Coach - Early Learning Business Practices Bilingual
The Bilingual Early Learning Business Practices Coach is responsible for providing direct, individualized program- level support to Indiana early education and care programs who are seeking to increase their business acumen and will benefit from one-on-one and/or group coaching. The Coach is deployed to support early learning programs using a set of universal resources including but not limited to tools, job-aids, templates, and facilitated conversations, and instructor-led training. Coaching occurs both in-person and virtually for individuals and groups of early childhood program leaders. Additionally, the Coach provides support in Spanish by interpreting written or spoken materials and ensuring meaning and context are maintained.
Equity Inclusion and Belonging Specialist
The Equity, Inclusion & Belonging Specialist is responsible for the development of universal support based on research-driven best practices in creating learning opportunities in early childhood education and care programs that support equitable access, inclusive environments, and a sense of belonging that authentically represents children and families. The Specialist collaborates with a team of content experts and instructional designers to develop and deliver relevant products such as templates, job-aids, and resources, as well as in-person, live webinars, on-demand, and peer-to-peer learning opportunities. In addition, the Equity, Inclusion & Belonging Specialist interfaces with SPARK Coaches to provide specialized support to meet their program coaching needs.
Child Mental Health and Wellness Specialist
The Child Mental Health (MH) and Wellness Specialist is responsible for working with team of specialists and coaches to develop and execute a state-wide system of staff, family and child MH and wellness strategies and tools that would support diverse early care and education (ECE) organizations.
The 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 Specialist 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 Specialist will work in collaboration with project leadership and external stakeholders.
Data Services Manager
The Data Services Manager is responsible for coordination and execution of the data strategies including the design, development, and management of data systems for the Indiana SPARK Project.
The Data Services Manager focuses on efficient and effective data governance; supports and works with the Director of Advance Solutions & Impact to collect, manage, analyze, and report data across the project.
Technology Deployment Services Manager
The Technology Deployment Services Manager is responsible for leading the identification, development and deployment of resources and technical assistance to support Indiana early care and education programs. The goal is to assist in the adoption and implementation of technology and data systems to support program operations and management. The Manager will research, build and develop new partnerships that support the deployment of resources to providers related to technology and online systems designed to eliminate the gap that exists beyond vendor- provided onboarding support, including system discovery and selection, implementation of best practices, operational components including policy and procedure development, and team onboarding, support and adoption.
SPARK Positive Change for Your Career!
- Competitive salaries
- 401K with matching
- Paid time off during first year of employment
- Medical, Dental & Vision Insurance
- Life, Accidental & Disability Insurance
- FSA and Dependent Care Accounts
- Tuition Reimbursement Programs
- Employee Wellness Programs