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OFNL Grant Project Director

Recruitment #190911-UNCE-469

Introduction

OK FUTURE NATIVE LEADERS GRANT PROJECT DIRECTOR
Office of American Indian Education, Oliver Hodge Building, Oklahoma City, OK

GENERAL DESCRIPTION:
Manage the day-to-day management of the Oklahoma Future Native Leaders (OFNL) grant project to include the: planning, organizing, staffing, directing, coordinating, reporting, and budgeting of the grant. The project director will work collaboratively with participating local education agencies, tribal education agencies, and contractual partners; and ensure grant compliance and activities meet all applicable tribal, state and federal laws, statutes and policies.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATION:
• Graduation from an accredited college or university with a master’s degree in Education, Social Services, Public Administration, Counseling or related field. [official transcript(s) required];
• AND three (3) years plus of experience in education;
• Experience with professional development presentations;
• Leadership experience at a state, district, or tribal education management level.

KNOWLEDGE/SKILLS/ABILITIES:
• Able to perform necessary job-related travel;
• Knowledge of federal, tribal, and state educational laws and regulations as they pertain to college and career readiness standards, if any;
• Considerable knowledge of modern methods, materials, and practices of current literature, trends, and sources of information in the field of American Indian college and career readiness
• Ability to establish and maintain satisfactory and effective working relationships; to conduct in-services with fellow employees, public school officials, school administrators, and the general public; to express facts and opinions clearly and concisely.
• Commitment to provide courteous, consistent, efficient services and sound judgement through the performance of the prescribed job duties;
• Work in highly collaborative, interdependent, and data-driven team environments;
• Manage relationships with a variety of constituents to include: tribal leaders, tribal administrators, school leaders, school administrators, researchers, teachers, etc.

EXAMPLES OF WORK PERFORMED:
• Planning for improved college and career readiness and increased academic achievement of American Indian students grades 9-12;
• Organizing and providing technical assistance and professional development to local education agencies (LEAs), tribal education agencies (TEAs), and grant partners in collaboration with the OSDE Grants Office.
• Staffing and supervising project-grant staff in the development and completion of long-term plans, goals and objectives of the grant;
• Directing that staff, sub-recipients and contractors meet all grant deliverables, obligations, objectives in a timely and meaningful manner; and reporting progress to the OSDE Grants Office on a bi-monthly basis.
• Reporting and evaluating project status to the Executive Director including any other related data evaluations for the Office of American Indian Education; and OSDE Grants Office
• Budgeting management and assistance to the Executive Director in the completion of the fiscal obligations of the Oklahoma Future Native Leaders award performance period per the Grant Award Notification (GAN);

SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES:
• Manage the completion of the Oklahoma Future Native Leaders (OFNL) grant implementation, monitoring, technical assistance, and reporting;
• Manage the fiscal reporting of grant encumbrances, satisfactions, and payments in arrears to contractors and vendors who are expending grant funds.
• Supervise three field staff members and provide mentoring and meaningful guidance as needed;
• Supervise four Math Teacher Circle summer-field instructors and collaborate with the Director of Secondary Mathematics or other designee as provided by the Executive Director of American Indian Education;

WORK ENVIRONMENT:
• Consists of a regular office environment on a daily basis, and limited field exposure when out training grant staff or providing technical assistance to districts;
• Consists of collaborative interpersonal engagement with other agency directors or program managers related to the improvement of statewide college and career readiness;

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:
N (Not Applicable) - Activity is not applicable to this position
O (Occasionally) - Position requires this activity up to 33% of the time (0 – 2.5+ hrs/day)
F (Frequently) - Position requires this activity from 33%-66% of the time (2.5 – 5.5 hrs/day)
C (Constantly) - Position requires this activity more than 66% of the time (5.5+ hrs/day)
10 lbs or less F
11-20 lbs F
21-50 lbs O
51-100 lbs N
Over 100 lbs N

Physical Demands 
Stand F
Walk F
Sit F
Listen F
Grasp O
Reach Outward O
Reach Over Shoulder O
Speak F
Climb O
Crawl O
Squat or Kneel O
Bend O

TRAVEL:
15% Travel required with occasional overnight stays

ANNUAL SALARY: $60,000
BENEFITS: https://www.ebd.ok.gov
RETIREMENT: https://www.ok.gov/TRS

NOTES

Please read instructions carefully and include all required documents when you submit your application.

No additional information will be accepted after the application has been submitted.

Conclusion

Veteran's Preference Points apply only for initial appointment in the Classified Service.


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