Association of School Business Officials International
July 9, 2018
Full Time - Experienced
Development and Foundation, Education and Training, Project Management/Program Development
The Professional Development Manager is responsible for organizing and coordinating the professional development opportunities for our members. Assists the Director of Professional Development in developing, implementing, and evaluating professional development opportunities for members. Manages the work of ASBO’s Annual Meeting Program Committee. Oversees the operation of technology platforms supporting departmental programs and monitors vendor performance. Assists the director in maintaining compliance with NASBA requirements. The Professional Development Manager works collaboratively with other departments and ensures accurate program administration and assists with writing, implementing, and monitoring all communications.
Responsibilities and Duties:
Facilitate and monitor activity on the Global School Business Network. Tasks include: reporting network activity, connecting members with each other, identifying unanswered blogs/posts, and developing processes and procedures that include best practices for an online member network.
Serve as staff liaison to the Annual Meeting Program Committee. Tasks include: supporting administrative management, including call for proposals, monitoring committee performance, managing communications, coordinating the work of the committee with other ASBO staff, and implementing a volunteer strategy.
Responsible for the timeliness, processes, and resource allocation of meeting and programs, including but not limited to the Annual Meeting & Expo, Executive Leadership Forum, Eagle Institute, Global School Business Network, and SFO Certification Preparation
Gathers and analyzes satisfaction survey data for each program or event and implements appropriate improvement strategies.
Develops, implements, and evaluates new leadership/professional development opportunities for membership that are timely and focused on member’s needs by contributing ideas and analyzing present programs.
Assists director in maintaining compliance with NASBA requirements
Monitor and update leadership development’s webpages.
Assist in budget development process.
Implements processes and procedures to increase capacity of the department.
Other duties as assigned.
Competence in administrating, developing, and implementing department projects. Excellent written and interpersonal skills. Enthusiastic, self-motivated, with solid organizational skills and the ability to manage multiple projects and deadlines under pressure. Willingness to develop new projects from beginning to end, and assist with the re-organization of present programs. Some light lifting and carrying required. College degree preferred. Proficient computer skills, including MS Word, Excel, and Outlook. Some experience in updating website pages a plus. Some travel required.
About Association of School Business Officials International
Founded in 1910, ASBO International has over 4,500 school business management professionals as members. Our members are the finance decision makers in school districts around the world. They are the people, traditionally behind the scenes, whose job it is to make sure that whatever resources are available for educating our children are used efficiently and effectively to provide good teachers and a school environment that optimizes learning. School business officials are responsible for helping to ensure that students have a way to get to school, feel safe in their classrooms, and have the supplies they need to learn and grow. ASBO provides programs and services to our members to promote the highest standards of school business management practices.