Alabama Public Television (APT) is seeking a part-time Family Engagement Specialist (approximately 20 hours per week) to work in APT’s Education Division. The person in this position will lead a group of partners to establish and sustain the ongoing development of a learning neighborhood in Montevallo, Alabama and the surrounding area, consisting of community partners, parents, caregivers, teachers, early childhood educators, and after-school providers. The person in this position will collect, analyze, and report data on a regular basis. The Family Engagement Specialist will coordinate a variety of family and early childhood events, trainings and partner meetings in Montevallo, Alabama. The position involves in-state travel, some evening and weekend work and lifting of training materials.
Requirements: Bachelor’s degree in social work, social sciences, education, child development, or related field; master’s degree preferred. Strong oral and written communication skills, strong computer and technology skills, and a valid Alabama driver’s license. Preferred: Montevallo, Alabama resident, previous experience as an educator or trainer, proficiency speaking and writing Spanish, previous project management experience and experience working with families and planning family/community events.
To apply, mail cover letter, resume and 3 professional references to: Human Resources Department, Alabama Public Television, 2112 11th Avenue South, Suite 400, Birmingham, AL 35205, or email to firstname.lastname@example.org by 11/8/2021. The starting salary range is $17.05 – $18.34/hour. NO PHONE CALLS/FAXES. This is a 4-year grant funded position with the APT Foundation. APT is an EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER.
Alabama Public Television is an Equal Employment Opportunity employer.
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