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5 Jan 2022

Data Analysis & Visualization Skills Program Manager, REACH Initiative

Partnership for Resilience
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Job Description

The Partnership for Resilience, an independent not for profit organization (P4fR), is seeking a Program Manager of the REACH Initiative, a new grant funded project that uses technology and Train the Trainer methods to support any public school or public school district in Illinois to earn a Trauma-Responsive School Designation. education, medical, behavior and public health professionals.

REACH Initiative is a P4R partnership with the Center for Childhood Resilience at Lurie Children’s Hospital in collaboration with the Illinois State Board of Education (ISBE) The Program Manager will report to the Program Director, P4R, REACH Initiative. With primary responsibility for implementing the statewide REACH Initiative, the Program Manager will be responsible for managing training programs through a variety of channels, including numerous Communities of Practice, an on-line school-wide planning process, followed by professional development activities shaped by each school’s plan, and coordinating with a statewide network of Train the Trainer activities anchored in Illinois’ 39 Regional Offices of Education (ROE). The Program Manager will devote a significant portion of their time to collecting and utilizing quantitative and qualitative data regarding all the REACH Initiative activities.

To become the Program Manager, candidates must bring proven experience in education research and data management, analysis, and its application to program design. Demonstrable success in managing multi-party education professional development projects, preferably in Illinois, must be provided. Examples of well-executed training workshops or curriculum design, with impact data, creativity and efficiency in program scheduling, recruiting of experts and participants, or program evaluation will be requested during the interview process. Prior application of quantitative analytic skills is necessary and certification or formal training in project management is desirable but can be demonstrated with experience. P4R helps school districts and educators building Trauma-responsive schools through professional development, community, or public/private partnerships and cross- disciplinary efforts between Paid vacation, health care, retirement savings opportunities, and other benefits provided.

The Partnership for Resilience believes that the diversity of our community is a fundamental strength of our region. Our mission is best fulfilled when we embrace diversity as a value and a practice.  Achieving diversity requires an enduring commitment to inclusion that must find full expression in our organizational culture, values, norms and behaviors. Throughout our work, we will support diversity in all of its forms, encompassing but not limited to age, disability status, economic circumstance, ethnicity, gender, race, religion and sexual orientation. Leading by example we aspire to make diversity a core and abiding strength of our work.

How to Apply

Submit resume, including list of statistical data analytic systems and methods that you’ve mastered as well as three professional references to  KArgue-mason@partnership4resilience.org. We apologize in advance that direct inquiries to staff or Board members will not be answered.

Bureaus: Chicago. Job Categories: Full-Time. Job Types: Data Analysis & Visualization Skills. Job Tags: community partnership, Data Analysis, data management, Professional Development, Research, and Trauma-responsive instruction. Salaries: 60,000 - 80,000.

Job expires in 12 days.