Posted in Education 19 days ago.
The Ohio Department of Education is a diverse team of passionate, education-focused professionals dedicated to fulfilling the vision established in Each Child, Our Future, Ohio’s strategic plan for education. The vision is, “In Ohio, each child is challenged to discover and learn, prepared to pursue a fulfilling post-high school path and empowered to become a resilient, lifelong learner who contributes to society.” Ensuring this vision for each of Ohio’s 1.7 million students, in partnership with more than 240,000 educators across the state, is no small feat. Under the leadership of the superintendent of public instruction and governed by the State Board of Education, Department team members, in collaboration with a wide range of partners, are sharply focused on helping schools and districts continually improve to be the best they can be for each child. Equity and impact are core to every program, service and action. The Department’s work is well regarded both in Ohio and nationally for its innovative, leading-edge and forward-looking approach. When the Department succeeds, students succeed, communities succeed and Ohio succeeds.
Culture and Values:
Ohio Department of Education is mission driven, values a culture of feedback and places a premium on growth mindset among all its team members. Together the enterprise is building a continuous learning and improvement community.
Strong relationship building skills including superb communication skills make you a great candidate for the Regional Specialist role. The opportunity is to serve in Southeast Ohio as a regional support specialist between state agencies, state support teams, and educational service centers for the delivery of coordinated regional school improvement efforts.
Provides technical assistance and strategic support to State Support Team (SST) fiscal agents, SST directors, and others to promote a high level of implementation of the Ohio Improvement Process (OIP) across assigned quadrant (Southeast Ohio):
Assists regions with the ED STEPS process and the Comprehensive Continuous Improvement Plan (CCIP):
Utilizes communication strategies with ODE Offices/Centers and statewide/regional partners to communicate ODE priorities to the field:
Completion of a Master’s degree in one of the following areas: education administration, educational leadership, public administration, education, public policy management, social sciences, curriculum design; and 3 years of experience in any combination of the following: