The primary role of the Lead Implementation Coach is to provide technical assistance to state and community partner agencies implementing the Anita Zucker Center Practice-based Coaching Model. The Lead Implementation Coach will provide initial orientation and training, ongoing coaching to agency personnel, and monitor the implementation of Anita Zucker Center Practice-based Coaching Model. The successful applicant will have prior experience as an early care and education practitioner and provider of professional development in an inclusive early care and education setting. Direct prior experience implementing coaching is preferred.
In consultation with Anita Zucker Center faculty:
Collaborates with instructional designers, faculty, or subject matter experts on practice-based coaching implementation to develop and deliver training programs, applying recommended practice models and learning theory.
Assesses training or instructional needs using surveys, interviews, or focus groups.
Evaluates training effectiveness and achievement of learning outcomes and recommends changes or adjustments as needed.
Maintains knowledge of current practices and trends in the training/learning/development field to serve as a trainer-of-trainers or mentor to others through ongoing professional development and feedback.
Analyzes and evaluates external training resources to inform the enhanced development of practice-based coaching, including software packages, instructional guides, and instructors, with consideration for cost, impact, and suitability.
Perform other duties as assigned related to Anita Zucker Center operations.