Officer of Administration
Administrative/Professional, Child Development, Education
Early Childhood CARES
Appointment Type and Duration:
Funding Contingent (Faculty, Research OAs), Ongoing
$84,150 - $90,000 per year
OS-OA10-Fiscal Year 2019-2020
Application Review Begins
September 23, 2019; position opened until filled
Special Instructions to Applicants
To ensure consideration, complete applications must include a cover letter describing how you meet the required qualifications for this position, a current resume, and answers to the following supplemental questions:
1. Describe one or two data systems you've contributed to or supported, and to the degree you can, the technologies used to develop or publish them.
2. Describe your experience with project documentation and, if possible, provide an example of documentation you have written.
Early Childhood CARES provides Early Intervention (EI) and Early Childhood Special Education (ECSE) services to infants, toddlers, and preschool children in Lane County. Each year it serves over 1600 children who have developmental delays or disabilities. Established in 1992 as an outreach unit in the College of Education (COE), it is funded by the Oregon Department of Education (ODE) and is one of nine area Contractors in Oregon delivering EI/ECSE services across the state.
EI/ECSE in Oregon is a dynamic and complex environment and we use Agile-like programming methods for application development, which emphasize a close relationship with content experts and users, rapid adaptation, and constant attention to design and innovation.
The ecWeb Project Manager (PM) is responsible for continuity of hosting, design, development, maintenance, and support for ecWeb. The position supervises four programmers that accomplish development and deployment, and is the public face of the project handling much of the communication with stakeholders. The PM is also the first line of support for users, assessing and responding to problem reports, questions, and requests. Stakeholders and users include EI/ECSE program staff throughout Oregon, ODE program administrators, and UO administrative and technical staff.
The PM must learn EI/ECSE roles, responsibilities and workflows statewide as well as various Federal, State, and University data collection and privacy requirements. Reconciling overlapping guidance can require discussion with program managers and professional judgment.
The PM prepares budgets for ecWeb in excess of $500K annually and makes personnel, financial, day-to-day operation, and strategic decisions regarding the program. All major decisions are made collaboratively with senior programmers or the Early Childhood CARES Coordinator of Finance and Operations.
The PM must attend meetings in Albany, Salem, and other locations in Oregon. Driving a program-owned vehicle is preferred.
This position reports to the Director of Early Childhood CARES and supervises the tech team (4 classified employees). Work is accomplished in semi-private office space at the Early Childhood CARES building, 1500 W. 12th Ave, Eugene. The building is off-campus.
- Bachelor's degree.
- Six years of professional work experience, including three years’ experience managing information projects and supervising professional staff in a complex organization.
- Proficiency with either Mac OS or Linux operating systems.
- Demonstrated ability to interpret rules and requirements published in Federal or State law.
- Ability to extract and summarize data using Excel and either SQL, a programming language, or statistical software.
- Proficiency writing explanatory email and project documentation.
- Demonstrated abilities with data manipulation, analysis, and presentation.
- Demonstrated competency with training and support, technical or otherwise.
- Proficient with a variety of commercial software (e.g. office, email, browser, graphics, os utilities).
- Well spoken, with good verbal and written communication skills.
- Exceptionally organized with excellent follow-through.
- Very attentive to consistency and detail.
- Ability to work without supervision, and maintain a steady focus on project goals.
- Technical literacy in data systems and web technologies.
- Advanced word processing skills, particularly with tables and formatting.
- Advanced spreadsheet skills, particularly with pivot tables.
- Familiarity with HTML, SQL, and Python.
- A sense of visual design, particularly for web pages and apps.
- Practical knowledge of HIPAA, FERPA, and OARs.
- Understanding of Special Education or related state or federal programs.
- Familiarity with University of Oregon resources and operations.
- Experience managing, developing and supporting web-based data systems.
- Experience designing or administering relational databases.
- Experience using a programming language.
All offers of employment are contingent upon successful completion of a background inquiry.
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04 Sep 2019 Pacific Daylight Time