Administrative, Clerical, Support, Education and Training, Project Management/Program Development
4 Year Degree
To manage the Institute’s classroom and e-learning course development activities and provide insight into future course development plans.
Manage new classroom course & e-learning module development projects meeting established goals for curriculum quality, timeline and budget which will include:
Knowledge of adult learning best practices
Overseeing multiple on-going projects
Teams consisting of contract instructional designers and both contract and volunteer subject matter experts
Managing the revisions and updates to existing curriculum including:
Working with the course coordinator to capture feedback from active courses for continuous improvement
Preparing a budget and timeline for updates
Scheduling the instructional designers and subject matter experts required
Support users in the Learning Management System (LMS)
Encourage sales of Institute educational offerings
Perform other duties as assigned
Required Skills or Experience:
Bachelor’s degree; Must be an effective communicator with well-developed project management skills. Background in adult learning strategies and basic metal casting technologies and operations is beneficial. Have proven track record in managing ongoing projects with a team in a timely, efficient, and cost conscious manner. Must be proficient in Microsoft Windows and Office software, and comfortable with technology in general. Must be able to read and write in English. Must have valid driver's license.
The American Foundry Society is a technical, professional and management association which exists to provide and promote knowledge and services that strengthen the Metalcasting industry for the ultimate benefit of its customers and society. AFS—as the leading metalcasting association of North America—provides leadership in government relations and offers members educational programs and informati...on on technology, marketing, management, human resources and research. The headquarters staff carries on day-to-day functions in technical committee activities, research, technical communications, information retrieval, education, publishing, public relations, membership, environmental, health and safety, industry marketing, human resources and government affairs.