Oversee all aspects of Center program development and initiatives in response to the needs of industry partners and the college system for current and future workforce trends.
Develop and/or participate in education, industry, and workforce development partnerships on behalf of the Semiconductor and Electronics Manufacturing industry in SW Washington.
Identify and validate industry and occupation trends for the semiconductor and electronic manufacturing sector within SW Washington and Washington state.
Monitor and manage the Center budget and associated project budgets.
Assure compliance/accountability through timely submission of reports, data, and work products to stakeholders.
Build and maintain essential partnership and stakeholder relationships at the state, regional, local, industry and college level.
Practice entrepreneurial, creative, innovation-driven approaches to serving the college system, industry and labor.
Implement rigorous and systematized approaches to market research, data collection and analysis in service of resource development and Center financial health.
Co-facilitate the regional Advanced Manufacturing Work Group with Career Connect Southwest.
Convene critical stakeholders in partnership and act as the 'hub' for information, meetings, best practices and advising.
Identify industry sector workforce needs including current and emerging skills, workforce volume requirements, education, and training.
Understand and leverage state policy as it relates to workforce development within a given sector.
Listen, observe, and understand a variety of competing interests and deftly builds consensus, connectivity, and productivity.
Establish, facilitate, and maintain a strong and engaged Advisory Board.
Represent the Center by conducting research, speaking at conferences, and attending workshops and meetings.
Develop and implement robust communications and marketing strategy, including maintaining a website, social media presence, marketing, and outreach materials.
Collaborate with college system to identify gaps in training and workforce needs, support the design of curriculum/program content and delivery processes.
Adapt quickly to changing market conditions, workforce needs and educational demand, while juggling multiple projects and stakeholders simultaneously.
Demonstrate and oversee sound project management processes, methods, and tools to ensure accurate, timely, in-budget deliverables.
Identify grant and funding opportunities to support Center initiatives, oversee proposal writing and ensure contractual obligations are met.
Bachelor's degree AND two (2) years of relevant professional experience; equivalent combination of education and experience will be considered
Occasional travel may require access to and legal ability to drive a personal vehicle to appointments.
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