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Senior Division
Career Opportunity

The Corporation for Ohio Appalachian Development, COAD, has the following full-time position available in the Athens, Ohio office:

Senior Programs Division Director

Duties/Responsibilities:
The Senior Programs Division Director candidate should have experience in analyzing and organizing office operations and procedures such as bookkeeping, preparation of timesheets, personnel, information management, filing systems, requisition of supplies, and other clerical services. This position is responsible for all division program operations, including individual program policies, preparation of continuing funding requests, records maintenance and report preparation. A strong candidate should have experience in recruiting, directing, and supervising staff. Preparing and monitoring division program budgets is a requirement along with finding new sources of funding. A strong candidate will have experience in providing leadership and the ability to show a positive public image in promoting programs. The position requires travel and the ability to attend meetings, conferences and training sessions related to the duties of this position and the skill to disseminate acquired information to appropriate individuals inside and outside the corporation.

Minimum qualifications:
Bachelor's degree in sociology, social work, political science or a related field. Years of experience will be considered in lieu of degree. Prior experience as a supervisor and proficiency in Microsoft Word and Excel is required.

A valuable candidate will have solid customer service skills, strong organizational and communication skills and be able to prioritize multiple tasks; this position requires daily outreach in a 13 county region. Candidates with knowledge and experience in Ohio’s Foster Grandparent and Senior Companion programs will be preferred. Valid Ohio drivers’ license and vehicle insurance required as well as the ability to pass a background and drug screening.


Resumes with cover letters will be accepted until position is filled.

Submit by email to:
COAD
Human Resources Manager
Archie Spangler
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Early Childhood Professional
Career Opportunity


The Corporation for Ohio Appalachian Development, COAD, has the following part-time position available – location: New Philadelphia, Ohio

Resource & Referral Counselor

Duties/Responsibilities: Provides community-based child care resource & referral (CCR&R) services to families seeking early care and education options and/or information on childcare/child development; acts as a resource to families, communities and providers; collects, manages and presents data on supply and demand; ensures that COAD maintains and provides current, accurate and complete data on ECE supply and demand in the region; assists to compile and submit data to a centralized reporting system. Assists with clerical and reception support. Conducts activities in the assigned service area relating to families’ engagement in early learning; promotes a broader understanding of ECE issues.  


Qualifications:
•    A minimum of an Associates’ Degree in Early Childhood Education or a related field is required, Bachelors preferred; The ability to qualify as an Ohio approved trainer is preferred; Candidates with knowledge and experience in Ohio’s childcare/early childhood education systems will be preferred.

The candidate will have solid customer service skills, with the ability to establish rapport and be successfully persuasive and encouraging to meet goals; strong organizational skills; written and verbal communication skills, and be able to prioritize multiple tasks. This position requires daily outreach in a multi-county region using a variety of modes – phone, email, social media, etc. Occasional overnight travel is required...  Valid Ohio drivers’ license and vehicle insurance required.


Resume with a cover letter must be received by Monday 09/16/19 by email to:
COAD
Human Resources Manager
Archie Spangler
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COAD is a non-profit, Equal Opportunity Employer/Provider of Services