Director, Education Job Description

Director, Education Job Description

4.5
188 votes for Director, Education
Director, education provides leadership with essential market intelligence and customer trends to help validate and shape our go-to-market strategy.

Director, Education Duties & Responsibilities

To write an effective director, education job description, begin by listing detailed duties, responsibilities and expectations. We have included director, education job description templates that you can modify and use.

Sample responsibilities for this position include:

Manage and oversee the post-acquisition accounting of newly acquired entities to ensure seamless integration into Discovery financials
Be accountable for the leadership of a department of 4 staff members and over 50 dance and musical theater teaching artists
Oversee nursing quality improvement, peer review, research and evidence-based practice
Ensure nursing education and practice are continually updated in a timely manner
Investigate, develop and apply for grants to support nursing education and research
Develop, implement and monitor goals and objectives, policies and procedures and operational and capital budgets for the Medical Center
Plan and set goals and objectives for the Medical Center
Manage and direct the Center's operations
Maintain knowledge of nursing trends, educational techniques and program evaluation methods
Develop and implement innovative, effective and efficient programs

Director, Education Qualifications

Qualifications for a job description may include education, certification, and experience.

Licensing or Certifications for Director, Education

List any licenses or certifications required by the position: FEMA, YMCA, BLS, CPR, ACLS, AED, TIPS, PALS, LEAD, NRP

Education for Director, Education

Typically a job would require a certain level of education.

Employers hiring for the director, education job most commonly would prefer for their future employee to have a relevant degree such as Master's and Bachelor's Degree in Education, Leadership, Management, Teaching, Nursing, Business, Business/Administration, Graduate, Communications, Administration

Skills for Director, Education

Desired skills for director, education include:

Similar software package
School market
Our competitors
Services
Understand our market differentiators and help to shape them
Adobe Creative Suite
Advanced features of digital/computational design
Company products
MS Office products
SketchUp

Desired experience for director, education includes:

Outstanding leaderships and organizational skills
Knowledge of the Museum’s academic content areas (human and natural history of New York Harbor
Knowledge of DMX and computer-controlled lighting systems (Gran MA, ETC-Ion, ETC Express 72 console, moving heads, scrollers, moving mirrors, hazers, MAC movers)
Position is physically demanding and the candidate must be capable to perform work with sustained physical demands including the ability to reach
Ability to work independently in a fast-paced environment, meet stringent deadlines, lead and drive projects, and work under pressure
Team player with consensus driven style, demonstrably able to influence a wide constituency

Director, Education Examples

1

Director, Education Job Description

Job Description Example
Our company is growing rapidly and is looking for a director, education. To join our growing team, please review the list of responsibilities and qualifications.
Responsibilities for director, education
  • Provide for orientation, in-service training and continuing education for all staff utilizing a variety of teaching skills and instructional methodologies
  • Serve as a resource to departments off-site
  • Evaluate continuing education/training programs as necessary as a result of feedback or changes in requirements
  • Coordinate use of Human Patient Simulators to enhance learning experience
  • Work collaboratively with site throughout the system to standardize educational programs
  • Evaluate credentials of staff members identified as faculty, planners and speakers and that they represent content expertise and the target audience
  • Manage the continuing education budget and is responsible for evaluating and advocating for appropriate resources that are necessary to achieve key departmental and provider unit goals
  • Direct the assessment of educational and professional development needs within the department
  • Direct the development and implementation of educational programs that address the assessed learning needs of staff in relation to orientation, initial and ongoing competency assessment, annual mandatory training and in servicing, continuing education and professional development
  • Validate the educational programs are presented an organized, efficient manner that is conducive to learning
Qualifications for director, education
  • Media industry experience and understanding of key Europe media markets preferred but not required
  • Experience working with the NYC public school system and its education priorities
  • Proven facility in developing program outlines and curricula for open enrollment education programs
  • Ability to gather data, analyze information, and prepare reports
  • 7-10 years of relevant experience building education/outreach/communication programs and who can create a public understanding and awareness of clinical trials to support cardiovacular research/clinical trials
  • 3-5 years’ experience developing educational content and skill with a variety of communication modalities
2

Director, Education Job Description

Job Description Example
Our company is growing rapidly and is looking for a director, education. We appreciate you taking the time to review the list of qualifications and to apply for the position. If you don’t fill all of the qualifications, you may still be considered depending on your level of experience.
Responsibilities for director, education
  • Plan and conduct staff and management development training programs, including conducting annual education needs assessment, preparation of program objectives, development of course materials and training aids, delivering workshops and evaluating program effectiveness
  • Utilize a training database to track competencies and skills for all supply chain personnel (from staff to senior leadership)
  • Assist with the Ethics & Compliance training
  • Provide consulting training per curriculum developed by Parallon Consulting EVP
  • Provide training to Parallon customers, as applicable
  • Provide training reports to all supply chain management team members
  • Coordinate regular collaborative meetings and additional meetings with individual collaborative partners
  • Maintain continuous communication between meetings
  • Marshall resources to assist in identification and implementation of endeavors prioritized by the collaborative
  • In partnership with the Measurement and Learning Director, provide data for annual Tri-County Cradle to Career community report card
Qualifications for director, education
  • Educational background includes either a MD and/or PhD
  • Experience with a learning management system software (e.g., Blackboard Learn)
  • Drive increases in net-new CA Education business through detailed account research and aggressive marketing to the customer base
  • Drive increased CA Education revenue through ownership of accounts and collaboration with Account Directors and Sales teams
  • Ensure the transfer of opportunities that either exceed or fall below pre-determined dollar thresholds to the appropriate Education Sales groups for follow-up
  • As requested, direct the activities of the Inside Sales staff responsible for the proactive generation of Education revenue over the telephone
3

Director, Education Job Description

Job Description Example
Our company is looking to fill the role of director, education. Thank you in advance for taking a look at the list of responsibilities and qualifications. We look forward to reviewing your resume.
Responsibilities for director, education
  • Manages data on student education programs
  • Responsible for managing the program budget
  • Assists with Career Development courses, resources, and seminars, including presentations at orientations, courses, and admission events
  • Advises students and maintains an advising load
  • Nurture and develop the team to grow in their skills and careers and enable them to be leaders of their own functional areas
  • Oversee the build and maintenance of a certification program
  • Manage a team of instructional designers, trainers and certification managers overseeing the curation and maintenance of content and curriculum
  • Identify opportunities for revenue generating programs to educate our customers and further expand our custom training program including demand generation
  • Optimize and expand our free training program for end users based on our user engagement metrics and outcomes
  • Communicate with the Customer Success teams to understand customer needs for educational materials
Qualifications for director, education
  • Demonstrated ability to utilize the principles, methodologies and practices of adult education, instructional design, evaluation and research
  • Demonstrated interpersonal and organizational skills for program coordination/evaluation and working with groups
  • Master’s Degree in Communications, Marketing, Hospitality, Higher Education Administration, Public Administration or related field
  • Three years of marketing, project or program management or related work experience
  • Possess ability to make independent decisions
  • Ability to work, in a highly professional manner, with a wide variety of people, including external partners and university faculty, staff, and students
4

Director, Education Job Description

Job Description Example
Our growing company is hiring for a director, education. Please review the list of responsibilities and qualifications. While this is our ideal list, we will consider candidates that do not necessarily have all of the qualifications, but have sufficient experience and talent.
Responsibilities for director, education
  • Responsible for organizing, selecting, developing and directing subordinate staff, or directing program/project staff
  • Assist managers with the coaching, mentoring and overall development of their subordinates and project future staffing needs to ensure the continued viability of the work
  • Work with industry consultants to develop and maintain program curriculum and content
  • Oversees and assists in facilitating the delivery of financial education programs for students and professional athletes
  • Cultivate and maintain relationships with universities , professional sports teams and entertainment organizations
  • Coordinate program logistics with other team members
  • Lead the development of the program’s long term strategy, creating ways to enhance and improve the program
  • Liaise with legal, risk, compliance, marketing and PR on all aspects of the financial education program
  • Coordinate the execution of programs done in coordination with sponsorships
  • Assist in operations of our NFL and NBA Unsecured Draft Loan Program
Qualifications for director, education
  • Excellent communications skills including written, oral and telephone
  • Project management experience, preferably using project management software
  • Strong project management skills and ability to balance complex, multi-faceted initiatives with competing priorities
  • Highly entrepreneurial and action-oriented personality
  • Experience with the Collective Impact discipline and continuous quality improvement methodologies
  • Experience using data to drive collective decision making
5

Director, Education Job Description

Job Description Example
Our innovative and growing company is looking for a director, education. Thank you in advance for taking a look at the list of responsibilities and qualifications. We look forward to reviewing your resume.
Responsibilities for director, education
  • Provide oversight supervision for all hall operations, including front desk operations, mail delivery, key management and security, and building entrance security
  • Develop and oversee the execution of a vision for the recruitment, selection, training and supervision of a staff of several hundred, including over twenty Community Directors, about 240 Resident Assistants, over 200 Desk Assistants, and several clerical staff working in support of all the above
  • Encourage and foster a culture of assessment
  • Develop and manage an annual Residential Education budget that exceeds $4 million dollars
  • Participate in campus and departmental emergency preparedness and response
  • Represent the Executive Director with a wide variety of constituencies
  • Resource or design and implement practices to build a customer-focused, high performing organization aligned with the company’s mission and values
  • Deliver employee and leadership development initiatives and programs, managing all aspects from planning through facilitation of training using a variety of instructional methods and teaching aids
  • Analyze needs assessments, satisfaction results, and other performance measures to determine training needs to support business goals/strategies
  • Participate in Division wide leadership development initiatives
Qualifications for director, education
  • Bachelors degree in Education or a related field is required
  • Familiarity with healthcare research environments and patient/caregiver communities
  • Be an innovative, strategic thinker ready to lead, manage and adapt to change with potential new executive education programming, both international and domestic
  • Excellent interpersonal skills and effective oral and written communication that supports the involvement, engagement, ownership and transparency among diverse stakeholders
  • Ability to use technology for network facilitation and project management
  • Adult learning expertise

Related Job Descriptions

Resume Builder

Create a Resume in Minutes with Professional Resume Templates