Hiring a Director of Workforce Programs at an Award-Winning Company in Boise, ID
POSITION: Full-time, Exempt
LOCATION: Boise, Idaho
SALARY: $97,238+ annually, DOE
DEADLINE: Friday, March 29th, 2019
Northwest Lineman College (NLC) is seeking a resourceful and driven Director of Workforce Programs to position NLC as the dominant supplier of quality labor to the industries we support. Armed with strong project management and nuanced communication skills, this person will lead segments of strategic projects and programs instrumental to the creation and expansion of NLC's business development partnerships. Through engaging interactions with internal and external senior leadership, this person bridges innovation to reality, formalizes plans into programs, and provides tactical, operational, and strategic insight. Reports to President of Strategic Solutions. Up to 50% travel may be required.
Why Northwest Lineman College?
Northwest Lineman College is an industry-leading institution, providing educational services for the line trades in the Power, Gas and Telecom industries. NLC has been setting the benchmark standard of training for pre-apprentice, apprentice, and journey-level linework since 1993. We are a rapidly growing, visionary and innovative employer who genuinely cares about the happiness of our people. That's why we are a six-time "When Work Works" award winner. We are passionate about training because we change lives and improve safety. We value our customers and thrive in the dynamic world of power and telecom delivery, pushing ourselves to excellence and making work fun.
What you'll be doing:
Develop vision for high impact workforce development programs linked to research, policy, and industries
Demonstrate thought leadership through participation or leadership of stakeholder/advisory groups, conference presentations, and journal submissions
Participate in selected advisory and strategic planning groups as necessary and approved
Lead regularly scheduled team and/or project meetings for program growth and improvement purposes
Develop and maintain internal peer relationships to support, leverage and build resources and programs
Closely collaborate with partners for job development pipelines, as well as other areas of intersection
Provide programmatic and fiscal oversight of workforce development programs
Develop and monitor annual program measurable goals and objectives that align with organizational goals
Monitor program outcomes and activities through data collection, dashboard, analysis, and improvement
Create specific program policy and procedures to support successful program operations across enterprise
Coordinate with HR professionals regarding recruitment, hiring, orientation, onboarding, and retention efforts
Leverage technology to establish and refine standard operating procedures and system that produce automated and on-demand workforce summaries, reports, and KPIs to customers and NLC stakeholders
Oversee, lead, and maintain NLC's Partners in Recruiting program
Develop and lead: the Veterans Strategic Pipeline initiative; the Urban Workforce Pipeline initiative; the Union Coalition initiative; and NLC's B2B workforce recruitment and placement initiative
Research, analyze, and synthesize reports and studies relevant to best practices for workforce development, elimination of barriers to employment, and successful financial inclusion strategies
Champion integrated, cross-functional program policies, procedures, and operations
Commit to lifelong learning through continual improvement, researching/studying disciplines relevant to this position, and by participating in strategic initiatives that will ensure NLC exists into perpetuity
The success patterns for this position are:
The successful candidate will have the following personal characteristics:
Demonstrated knowledge of accreditation standards and applicability in a provided, post-secondary educational setting
Experience interpreting, applying, and explaining laws and regulations
Project management proficiency coupled with terrific time management and multi-tasking skills
Familiarity with Smartsheet and/or other productivity applications
Understanding of Salesforce, databases, and/or gradebook software
Excellent communication skills with the demonstrated ability to strike the right tone and select the best medium of messaging
Successful working independently and as part of a team
Inherently talented at calmly handling multiple, changing priorities and competing deadlines
A self-starter, driven by a standard of excellence in short, you will embody the NLC spirit! Not sure what that means? Watch our spirit video here https://lineman.edu/our-spirit/
HOW TO APPLY
Please visit our website at https://lineman.edu/careers to apply and to learn about amazing benefits. All inquiries and submissions will be kept strictly confidential.
Northwest Lineman College is an Equal Opportunity Employer and six-time recipient of the "When Work Works" award, which recognizes exemplary employers who create effective, flexible workplaces to increase business and employee success.
Northwest Lineman College