Contract with Government of the District of Columbia
OCTO – 200 I Street, SE Washington DC 20003
Position closes 06/11/2019
US Citizens or Green Card Holders Only
6-10 years of experience. Assesses, designs, and conceptualizes training scenarios, approaches, objectives, plans, tools, aids, curriculum, and other state of the art technologies related to training and behavioral studies.
Skills/Required Years of Experience:
Designing and revising training courses (Required 6 years)
Preparing training catalogs and course materials (Required 6 years)
Conducting training in classroom, workshop and seminar settings (Required 6 years)
Bachelor’s degree in education or related field or equivalent experience (Required 6 years)
Experience developing, administering, monitoring, and evaluating education and training programs (Required 6 years)
Collecting data on training participants and use it to conduct program evaluation (Required 5 years)
Managing multiple training programs at one time (Required 4 years)
Developing a training strategy for youth and adults (Required 4 years)
• Develop and execute a comprehensive strategy for Connect.DC’s training and education programs
• Maintain relationships with Connect.DC’s training and education vendors
• Collect data on training participants and use it to conduct program evaluation
• Work with Connect.DC outreach team and other OCTO staff to promote training programs and recruit potential students
• Work with Connect.DC staff to expand existing training programs focused on seniors and other special populations
• Work with District agencies to coordinate citywide training priorities for both youth and adults
• Attend community events on behalf of Connect.DC, including events at night and on weekends
• Assist in the planning and execution of Connect.DC events, including resident focus groups
• Answer Connect.DC’s dedicated phone line and respond to resident questions about programs and services
• Collaborate with individuals and organizations, primarily in underserved areas, to promote technology training programs
• Identify “digital gaps” in access and training and serve as a liaison between internal and external stakeholders to create solutions
• Solicit feedback from residents and community anchors about their experiences with digital inclusion programs
• Manage related projects as required
• Knowledge required:
o Extensive knowledge of District neighborhoods, particularly in Wards 5, 7, and 8
o Expert knowledge of principles and practices planning, management and operations research, and outreach program management improvement.
o Expert knowledge of the principles of digital inclusion, including the populations most affected by technology disparities, major barriers to broadband adoption, and solutions to address the digital divide
o Ability to plan, coordinate, and execute multiple projects and/or public events simultaneously
o Ability to coordinate with multimedia communication teams internally and externally in advancing public awareness and outreach campaigns
- Assesses, designs, and conceptualizes training scenarios, approaches, objectives, plans, tools, aids, curriculum, and other state of the art technologies related to training and behavioral studies.
- Identifies the best approach training requirements to include, but not limited to, hardware, software, simulations, course assessment and refreshment, assessment centers, oral examinations, interviews, computer assisted and adaptive testing, behavior-based assessment and performance, and team and unit assessment and measurement.
- Develops and revises training courses. Prepares training catalogs and course materials.
- Trains personnel by conducting formal classroom courses, workshops, and seminars.
Background check is required, if selected for the position.
There are no reimbursable expenses allocated to this position.