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Administrative Coordinator
Administrative Coordinator
The National Association of State Workforce Agencies is a member services organization dedicated to providing policy expertise, sharing of state promising practices and promoting innovation and leadership in workforce development.
The Unemployment Insurance Integrity Center (Center) has been formed in partnership with the U.S. Department of Labor (USDOL) Office of Unemployment Insurance, the New York State Department of Labor, and that National Association of State Workforce Agencies (NASWA) to provide innovative tools, training, and support to states in their efforts to reduce improper payments and combat unemployment insurance (UI) fraud.
The Association and the Integrity Center are seeking a qualified candidate to fill the position of Administrative Coordinator which will primarily support the National Integrity Academy while providing assistance to NASWA s administrative office. It is expected that the incumbent will spend approximately ninety percent (90%) of his/her time on Integrity Academy responsibilities with the remaining ten percent (10%) to be spent supporting administrative functions in the central office. These percentages may shift as workload needs warrant.
The Administrative Coordinator will support the Integrity Academy by serving as the coordinator of the eLearning development contract, training logistics coordinator, and administrative coordinator. The Administrative Coordinator will work with the Project Manager and the Lead Instructional Designers to ensure that all eLearning deliverables are produced in accordance with the established schedule and that resource needs are proactively identified to ensure adherence to the deliverable schedule. The Administrative Coordinator will track deliverables from the Instructional Design team to the eLearning vendor and from the vendor back to the ID team throughout the eLearning development lifecycle. This will involve working with a multitude of diverse contracted consultants, vendors and other professionals.
The Administrative Coordinator will also work with states and Academy trainers to plan and arrange instructor-led training programs as needed or requested.
The Administrative Coordinator will also serve as the Academy s portal and LMS administrator. In this capacity, the Administrative Coordinator will ensure that documents maintained on the Academy s portal are current, organized for easy reference and accessibility. As the LMS administrator, the Administrative Coordinator will process Academy enrollments to assign appropriate LMS credentials to learners, run reports and troubleshoot when necessary. Strong SharePoint skills are required as both the Portal and LMS are SharePoint systems. The Administrative Coordinator will develop reports and participate in project planning and stakeholder meetings as needed and requested. While the majority of these meetings will be conducted via Zoom or electronically, attendance may require travel to locations throughout the country.
As a support for NASWA s central office, the Administrative Coordinator will complete general office duties and assignments as needed and requested. From time to time, the Coordinator may also serve as an interface between the organization and the general public, workforce development system stakeholders and Federal government representatives.
The ideal candidate will have a strong aptitude for learning new software packages, be detail-oriented, and have strong organizational skills. Knowledge of SharePoint is a must. Desirable attributes include: experience with scheduling software, knowledge related to eLearning development, and a basic understanding of unemployment insurance programs. A demonstrated ability to work independently and make continual positive contributions is essential.
Bachelor s degree from an accredited four-year college or university.
Experience, Skills And Abilities:
Strong interpersonal, planning, and organizational skills;
Strong SharePoint and/or ShareKnowledge skills;
Skilled at listening, reading, managing time, learning, identifying problems, and perceiving business and social situations;
Ability to set and adjust priorities for completing tasks under the guidance of the Project Manager, Lead Instructional Designer and Center Leadership Team;
Ability to perform multiple tasks simultaneously while adhering to deadlines;
Professional demeanor toward colleagues and project stakeholders;
Strong oral and written communication abilities;
Reliable, responsible, composed, honest, ethical, tolerant of differences and willing to change as required;
Proficient with Microsoft Office products, particularly Word, PowerPoint, Excel and Outlook;
NASWA Work Conditions
NASWA is an equal opportunity employer. Salary for this position has been set at $45,000 per year and includes a competitive benefit package.
The position is based in Washington, DC, at the NASWA headquarters. Minimal travel may be required around the country to assist at conferences, meetings, or trainings.
Application Submission Process
Interested applicants should submit a letter of interest, and a current resume via email to:
Amy L. Smith
Assistant Director
NASWA UI Integrity Center
Applications will be accepted until close of business on Tuesday, February 6, 2018.


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