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Community Education Manager
Position Type: Administrative ­ Community Education/Community Education Manager
Date Posted: 2/22/2018
Location: ESC ­ Community Education

Community Education Manager
Full Time 12 months

Manage and assume general administrative responsibility for the Community Education
programs of Adult Learning, Adults with Disabilities, Adult Basic Education, plus manages the
Staff Development Center and serve as the district Homeschool and Non­public School


Adult Basic Education
Provide general leadership of the eight­district ABE consortium and specific leadership
responsibility in accountability (data), volunteer activities, professional development, and
graduation celebration. Provide consortium and program quality data, along with suggestions
and support for program improvements where appropriate. Plan and facilitate six director
meetings each year. Provide direct and indirect support of Metro North ABE grant
applications and implementation. Provide direct and indirect support of Anoka Hennepin
sites/program partnerships involving local colleges, workplaces, libraries, workforce center,
and district schools. Work with the CE Business Specialist and the ABE Program
Supervisors facilitate the budget building process of the consortium starting with the
estimation of revenue and leading to a preliminary budget completed and submitted to district
finance by March of each year. Ongoing monitoring of the ABE budgets, including the
Federal, State and Grant revenue and expenses. Evaluate Anoka­Hennepin site
performance and program needs, and partnerships, to distribute annual revenue to maximize
meeting community ABE needs. Participate in state lead training and leadership as
appropriate and with CE Director support. Communication link with other CE program
leaders (CELT)

Adult Learning, Adults with Disabilities
Provide oversight of Adult Learning and Adults with Disabilities, including program planning,
budget monitoring, marketing and outreach; team staff development; and staffing concerns,
including hiring and performance improvement. Communication link with other CE program
leaders (CELT).

Homeschool and Nonpublic School Liaison
Responsible for full and deep understanding of state statutes regarding nonpublic and
homeschool education. Act as a local resource or expert regarding homeschooling in ISD
11. Develop, facilitate, and monitor the schedule of annual activities that need to be
completed per district practices and state policies and statutes. Provide direct supervision of
PT secretary who manages all the documentation and has direct interaction with home and
nonpublic school administrators. Develop and monitor budget.

Staff Development
Provide direct supervision of the Staff Development Services Coordinator. Facilitate and
monitor the annual Staff Development Center budget. Offer leadership and support with
center maintenance, improvements, and ongoing problem solving. Participate in the hiring of
the two clerical positions associated with this department

CELT role and responsibilities
Participate in general Community Education department strategic planning. Provide program
reports as requested to the Community Education Director

Supervisory Responsibilities
Provide direct supervision of Adult Learning Coordinators and ABE Program Supervisors.
Manage subordinate supervisors and coordinators who supervise employees in Community
Education. Is responsible for the overall direction, coordination, and evaluation of this unit.
Also directly supervises non­supervisory employees. Carries out supervisory responsibilities
in accordance with the District’s policies and applicable laws. Responsibilities include
interviewing, hiring, and training employees; planning, assigning, and directing work; appraising performance; rewarding and disciplining employees; addressing complaints and resolving problems.

Minimum Qualifications:
Bachelor’s degree in education, adult education, community education or related field. Two
years experience working in a related field, including supervisory experience. Knowledge of
Community Education programs and services.

Preferred Qualifications: Master’s degree preferred.
Rate of Pay: $82,694 and up, DOQ, plus benefits.

Start Date: 7/1/18.

All Applicants must complete the Anoka-­Hennepin Schools online application

February 23rd, 2018

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