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  • April 18, 2024 12:09 PM | Anonymous

    Senior Consultant – Organizational Development – Baystate Health, Springfield MA

    The Organizational Development Senior Consultant leverages experienced organization development skills to achieve Baystate Health's Talent Management strategy. The Senior Consultant is instrumental in influencing the culture, workforce and leadership necessary to meet the diverse needs of our employees, patients and the communities that we serve. The Senior Consultant models the highest levels of professionalism, colleagueship, and commitment to fulfill the organization's goals. Incumbent has the ability to work closely with others as part of a team while being able to take full responsibility for task(s).

    The Senior Consultant reports to the Senior Director of Organizational Development. Responsibility is centralized within four major areas: organization development, performance management, learning and development, and onboarding and orientation. 

    Ability to work both virtually and on-site as business needs dictate.

    Job Responsibilities: 

    Organization Development: Consults across core service lines, business units, and teams to support team member and leadership development in creating inclusive environments where employees thrive. Draws on extensive professional education and experience to diagnose, consult, and propose individual, group and leadership interventions to promote teamwork and goal attainment. Uses capabilities such as conducting needs assessments, individual coaching, consulting, team building, behavioral assessments (i.e., Predictive Index). 

    Understands human systems, fundamentals of change management (ADKAR) and uses organization development principles to coach, advise and problem-solve.

    Tracks and interprets workforce data to plan initiatives and goals to address needs.

    Utilizes an array of problem-solving, dialogue and conflict resolution skills to address individual, team and organizational topics.

    Supports leaders in setting the direction of their unit and is responsive to changing internal and external factors.

    Coaches clinical and operational leaders on the fundamentals of serving leadership and its relationship to Baystate Health's strategic goals.

    Performance Management: Designs and implements various processes including talent reviews, succession planning, and competency modeling.

    Works with leaders to promote an expectation of continuous, self-directed learning and professional improvement.

    Partners with leaders to identify untapped talent and develop a diverse, top talent pipeline.

    Tracks and interprets HR analytics (LMS, and HCIM - Workday) for leadership continuity & recommends educational opportunities to increase competencies and skills.

    Learning and Development: Leads the analysis, design, development, implementation and facilitation of best-in-class, enterprise-wide learning programs that enhance healthcare industry/business acumen and operational effectiveness.

    Builds relevant employee, manager and leader programs that promote a culture  of learning and inclusion.

    Provides thought leadership and subject-matter expertise to conduct needs assessments and translate frameworks, models, and consulting experience to contextualized knowledge that informs the design of relevant blended and experiential learning solutions.

    Utilizes data (i.e., competency gap analysis, performance consulting, results, and evaluation) to offer cost-effective delivery and ROI that supports strategic objectives.

    Incorporates organizational change initiatives, mission, vision, values, and diversity and inclusion goals into learning products and practices.

    Onboarding and Orientation: Focus on the process of integrating new employees into the organization effectively. It includes orientation programs, training sessions, and activities designed to engage new employees and leaders with the organization's culture, values, and mission.

    Establishes strong collaborative partnerships with operation leaders and subject matter experts to assess performance needs and make learning and non-learning recommendations to enhance organization performance in alignment with Baystate Health's mission, vision and values.


    • Works effectively in a diverse work environment application of organizational design priniciples

    • Ability to effectively manage and build relationships within a complex, matixed organization

    • Change management experience and strong organization development practitioner skills

    • Works as a strategic thought leader and partner with Senior and Executive Leaders

    • Project management and organizational skills 

    • Interpersonal, facilitation (both virtually and in-person) and leadership skills

    • Instructional design and adult learning priniciples to design solutions 

    • Executive / employee coaching

    Education Requirements

    Master’s degree in psychology, social work, org design or related fields

    Experience - desired

    7-10 years minimum

    Certifications - desired

    • Coaching certificate

    • Certified Professional in Talent Development (CPTD)

    • SHRM-SPR

    • Behavioral Assessments – Predictive Index, Myers Briggs

  • February 06, 2023 7:01 PM | Anonymous

    Universal Banker

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    JOB STATUS: Non-Exempt

    REPORTS TO: Assistant Branch Manager


    PRIMARY FUNCTIONS: Assist members with all account transactions (deposits, withdrawals, transfers, payments, etc.) and basic servicing of all deposit accounts and loan products, referring to management, coworkers or specialists as appropriate.  Perform a variety of duties promoting all Central One and CUSO services to new and existing members.

    SCHEDULE: Variable schedule (Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday 7:45am – 5:15pm; Thursday 7:45am – 6:15pm, Saturday 8:15am – 12:15pm) with a minimum of two Saturdays per month 


    Starting rate: $17.25 per hour with $1000 Sign on Bonus


    1. Uncover member needs by means of observation, conversation as well as review of existing profile and account(s).
    2. Process transactions and fulfill member needs, seeking support from management or coworkers as needed. 
    3. Provide basic information and service on all COFCU deposit and consumer loan products, services, policies and procedures, referring to others as necessary.
    4. Consistently strive to exceed member expectations and earn “World Class Service” rating on each interaction.
    5. Proactively promote new, and enhance existing, memberships through need-based cross-sell of Credit Union programs during daily interactions.
    6. Achieve established goals by assisting in the recommendation, explanation, and implementation of products and services that are suitable for member needs.
    7. Develop and maintain an awareness of services offered by CUSO partners, making referrals as appropriate.
    8. Provide and / or retain all necessary disclosures and documentation as required.
    9. Balance cash drawer, vault, monetary instrument inventory, Cash Recycler and ATM while settling of the day’s activities, whether individually or for the branch, as needed. 
    10. Perform BSA compliance duties as required in the Credit Union BSA Policy.
    11. Be assigned or travel to any branch including satellite offices, to represent the credit union, as needed.
    12. Stay current on job-related equipment, procedures and/or information by reading handouts/memos, attending meetings and seminars and other necessary means.
    13. Adhere to all applicable Credit Union policies, procedures and regulations.
    14. Maintain community involvement and participate in special projects, as needed.
    15. Perform other duties as requested, or assigned.


    Education: High School diploma required

    Experience: Appropriate experience handling cash transactions in a financial institution or retail environment.  Demonstrated reliable work history required. Two years’ experience in a customer service department of a credit union, financial institution, or related knowledge preferred.   

    Skills: Must be able to work efficiently and accurately in a fast-paced environment.  Analytical skills, ability to cross-sell and interact professionally face-to-face.  Proficiency in the use of general office machines and computers, along with basic skills in Microsoft Word/Outlook required. 

    Traits: Ethical, self-motivated, empathetic, trustworthy, accurate, confident, extroverted, capacity to work well with others, professional, dependable, flexible, maintains confidentiality.


  • February 02, 2023 6:04 PM | Anonymous

    The Logistics Center Trainer will teach and support the KSEA continuous improvement (LEAN) culture. This position is responsible for individualized training and effectiveness of Warehouse Associates contributions; applying established work instructions, procedures, policies, and best practices. Responsibilities include but are not limited to; teaching processes, systems, policies, and cultural responsibilities. Measuring effectiveness and progress, using audits, Voice of the Customer Data (VOC), Training Matrix/Tracker tools, as well as KPI/TCP data sets, with LC Leadership input.

    • Associate degree or greater preferred
    • 3+ Training experience (Manufacturing, Logistics, Other relevant experiences.)
    • Demonstrates effective communication, and emotional intelligence/patience
    • Detail oriented, organized, and structured
    • Exceptional time management
    • Strong follow through with focus on milestones and objectives
    • Agile; adjusting to changing business conditions, and diverse personalities
    • Exemplifies a positive attitude and motivates others
    • Proficient in Microsoft Office
    • Proficient with multiple KSEA SAP transactions
    • Effective communicator able to constructively interact with all levels of the organization
    • Multi-Lingual highly valued, Shift/schedule flexibility

    DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES (Other duties consistent with the general nature and focus of the position and/or the goals and objectives of the department may be assigned.)

    • Responsible for the effective training, cross-training, and the supporting documentation of all training
    • With direction, develop and execute specific individual training activities supporting SOP within KSEA operating environment
    • Measure effectiveness of training via Voice of the Customer (VOC) data, personal observation/auditing, KPI’s, and LC leadership input
    • Work with LC Leadership to prioritize and focus efforts in support of priorities and overall business needs
    • Position is expected to spend 90% of their time on the floor with their trainees, contributing value added education/coaching. 10% of time preparing materials, schedules, data collection, and effectiveness checks.
    • On time updates of training materials, work instructions, and supporting documentation maintaining LC compliance with all regulatory, and other controls
    • Training role will also have Continuous Improvement responsibilities supporting process improvements, and project work upon completion of primary training responsibilities
    • Support and contribute to LEAN/Continuous Improvement initiatives utilizing a high level of engagement.

    Apply below:   


  • January 23, 2023 9:50 PM | Anonymous

    The Massachusetts Library System has an opening for a Resource Sharing Assistant.  

    The Resource Sharing Assistant works on a team of Resource Sharing staff to provide interlibrary loan services to MLS member libraries across Massachusetts. 

    Experience processing interlibrary loans and a strong customer service background preferred.

    Applicants will be considered for a Resource Sharing II position.

    This position will work at our Marlborough, MA office.  See Details below

    To apply:
    Send a cover letter, resume and references to:

    Please add:  Resource Sharing Assistant  to the subject line.

    Applications are due by February 6, 2023.

    MLS is an equal opportunity employer that does not discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment because of race, color, age, marital status, sex, physical or mental challenge, creed, religion, political affiliation, national or ethnic origin, or sexual orientation.  Members of underrepresented groups, and those committed to working in a diverse cultural environment are encouraged to apply.


    The Resource Sharing Assistant is responsible for completing tasks and providing service in support of the Resource Sharing Department at the Massachusetts Library System. The incumbent will perform duties to support a combination of resource sharing-related operations including but not limited to mediated interlibrary loan, electronic resources management, the professional collection, MassCat, document delivery and related communications/training. The incumbent contributes to a positive work environment and to effective communications with MLS members, partners and staff members.

    Supervision: Reports to the Library Resource Director.

    Works with MLS staff, members, vendors/contractors, and representatives of partnering organizations.


    • High school diploma or equivalent required; bachelor's degree preferred

    • Excellent internal and external customer service focus

    • The ability to effectively communicate and collaborate with MLS members, partners and staff in a variety of modes

    • Excellent office computer skills

    • The ability to initiate, organize and self-direct work responsibilities

    • The willingness and ability to learn, adapt and grow

    • Three years of experience with libraries and library resource sharing preferred

    Position Responsibilities

    Duties and responsibilities may include, but are not limited to:

    • Provides mediated interlibrary loan services for MLS member libraries including the electronic processing of ILL requests and the physical aspects of shipping and receiving.

    • Facilitates use of the professional collection by MLS members.

    • Maintains relationships with key contacts at member libraries, partners and vendors related to ILL and resource sharing.

    • Supports other resource sharing-related activities as needed.

    • Contributes to strategy and planning for resource sharing and for MLS.

    • Works as a team with other MLS staff members on other activities and projects as needed.

    • Other duties as assigned.

    Job Requirements

    The position requires light to moderate physical effort demanded when performing functions under typical office and computer use conditions. Light to moderate physical effort and stamina required for frequent travel and transport of work-related materials and equipment to meeting and training sites. The successful candidate must be able to lift up to 50 pounds with or without reasonable accommodation.

    Will work out of the Marlborough, Massachusetts office. May have the option of telecommuting in consultation with the Supervisor.

    Must possess a valid Motor Vehicle Operator's License valid for use in Massachusetts and provide the means of transportation to fulfill job duties throughout Massachusetts and attend relevant meetings. Candidates must be eligible for permanent employment in the United States, and appointments are subject to a criminal background check.

    Resource Sharing Assistant II


    This position is non-exempt from the wage and overtime provisions of the federal Fair Labor Standards Act.

    Position grade - 6 Non-exempt Salary Range - $ 37,977 - $ 49,368

    MLS full time staff members receive a benefits package that includes health insurance, dental insurance, life insurance and a retirement plan via TIAA-CREF. (MLS is a private, non-profit organization and does not participate in any public retirement system.)

    The Massachusetts Library System, Inc. is a state-funded not-for-profit corporation governed by its member libraries with offices in Marlborough & Northampton, Massachusetts.

    MLS is an equal opportunity employer.

    MLS is an equal Opportunity Employer that does not discriminate against any employee or applicant because of race, color, age, marital status, sex, physical or mental challenge, creed, religion, political affiliation, national or ethnic origin, or sexual orientation. Members of underrepresented groups, and those committed to working in a diverse cultural environment are encouraged to apply.

    The Massachusetts Library System (MLS) provides services to about 1,600 Massachusetts libraries of all types and sizes throughout the Commonwealth. MLS was established in July 2010 with the following mission:

    The Massachusetts Library System, a state-supported collaborative, fosters cooperation, communication, innovation, and sharing among member libraries of all types. The Massachusetts Library System promotes equitable access to excellent library services and resources for all who live, work, or study in Massachusetts.

    Our mission has always embraced social justice and the MLS Team is committed to providing services that benefit and contribute to the library profession’s core values: diversity, inclusion, equity, access to information, free expression, privacy, and social justice.

  • September 22, 2022 2:36 PM | Anonymous

    The Massachusetts Library System (MLS) is looking to hire  2 Consultants.  One with a focus on Leadership & Management and the other a Consultant with a focus on Library Instruction & Educational TechnologyThese are full time (37.5 hours per week) exempt positions, based out of our Marlborough, MA office.  The successful candidate (s) may have the opportunity to telecommute part of the week with approval of their supervisor.  These are not a fully remote positions.  A general Consultant position description is linked to and incorporated into this advertisement.  More specific qualifications and responsibilities for the position can be found at the links above.  Partial relocation assistance may be negotiated if the successful candidate currently resides outside of Massachusetts.

  • March 21, 2022 2:27 PM | Anonymous

    Massachusetts Library System

    The Massachusetts Library System is a state-supported non-profit organization that provides a variety of services to our 1,500+ member libraries across the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, including state-wide materials delivery, mediated interlibrary loan, online resources, consulting, and training. We are looking to hire an Instructional Designer & LMS Administrator. This is a new position that will lead our online training and eLearning efforts, and oversee the operations of our new Moodle learning management system. If you have a passion for engaging, activity-rich, outcomes focused training, then we want to hear from you!

    To Apply To be considered for this position, please send a cover letter, resume, and three professional references to employment@masslibsystem.orgmail. Your cover letter should address your qualifications for this position, including your experience with a learning management system and instructional design. The deadline to apply for this position is April 25, 2022 at 5 pm.

    Position Description The Instructional Designer & LMS Administrator will support the creation and delivery of engaging, activity-rich, outcomes focused training to meet the diverse learning needs of library staff across the Commonwealth. The position will lead the Massachusetts Library System’s (MLS) online training and eLearning efforts. The position will administer the day-to-day operations of MLS’s learning management system (Moodle). The position will employ best practices in instructional design and ensure that MLS’s trainings and learning management system are accessible and incorporate the principles of diversity, equity, and inclusion.

  • October 24, 2019 12:55 PM | Anonymous

    For more Information and to apply


    Do you want to be a part of a mission that matters? At UNFI, our mission is to transform the world of food for our associates, our customers, our suppliers, and the families we all serve every day. We are more than just bricks and mortar – we’re about the industry’s best, customer-focused operations where people can thrive.

    We don’t simply rely on our deep know-how, we incorporate insights gained from our experiences to create a better end-result with greater impact and lasting value for our customers and employees. Our teams exercise creativity, flexibility and innovation for every project from start to finish. It’s all about the collaboration of our teams that make this all happen, and we want you to join us!

    UNFI is looking for a Digital Learning Partner to join the Learning & Development team. The Digital Learning Partner will play a key role in helping create a best-in-class digital learning experience for all levels of the organization, Leveraging innovative learning technologies, the Digital Learning Partner will work closely with key business leaders and subject matter experts to build training and learning content that ensures our associates grow their competencies and develop stronger capabilities in order to drive business results.

    A bit about you:

       You thrive in a fast-paced, constantly changing environment

       You are fascinated by new technology and willing to see where it can take you

       You wake up in the morning with a passion to inspire others to be great

       You are a self-starter and enjoy taking initiative to move work forward

       You are a natural at connecting with others and building strong relationship networks

       You have an insatiable thirst for learning and constantly seek to enhance your capabilities

       You strive to connect your work to the “big picture”

       You radiate positive energy in an unwavering and contagious way


    ·       Create, manage, and execute production of online learning course material including: working with subject matter experts to identify training needs and learning objectives

    ·       Creating visually appealing and relevant eLearning content in the Learning Management System, incorporating feedback and iterating rapidly, and maintaining quality to ensure the content is ready for broad deployment

    ·       Collaborate with cross-functional business leaders to create, deliver, review and analyze eLearning content

    ·       Manage multiple projects in the conception, design, development, deployment, maintenance, and evaluation of technology-based learning solutions to meet multiple deadlines

    ·       Analyze and apply trends, best practices, and learning theory to improve our processes and the effectiveness of our approach

    ·       Create supporting material and media (audio, video, simulations, role plays, games, etc.)

    ·       Stay abreast of new technology and instructional design methodologies / technologies and effectively advocate for their use

    ·       Develop and manage metrics for measuring the success of technology-based learning programs

    ·       Maintain project documentation and course content in an organized and methodical way

    ·       Perform other duties as assigned.


    Education/ Certifications: (Required & Preferred)

    ·       Bachelor's degree or higher


    ·       3+ years of experience designing and creating online course and learning materials for professional adult learners in a variety of roles and job settings

    ·       Familiarity with SCORM, CSS, HTML, graphics and web design, and development using tools/software such as Articulate or Adobe Captivate

    ·       Familiarly with audio and video editing tools such as Final Cut, Adobe Premier, or similar

    ·       Excellent written and verbal communication skills with emphasis on writing skills for instructional design and video production

    Other Skills/ Abilities:

    ·       Experience with effective use of AR and VR technologies to support learning

    ·       Familiarity with visual design tools such as Dreamweaver, Photoshop, Illustrator, or similar


    ·       Some travel may be required

    ·       Most work is performed in a temperature-controlled office environment

    ·       Incumbent may sit for long periods of time at desk or computer terminal

    ·       While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to sit; use hands to finger, handle, or feel; reach with hands and arms; and talk or hear. 

    ·       Incumbent may use calculators, keyboards, telephone and other office equipment in the course of normal workday

    ·       Stooping, bending, twisting and reaching may be required in completion of job duties

    The above statements are intended to describe the general nature of the work performed by the employees assigned to this job. All employees must comply with Company policy and applicable laws.  The responsibilities, duties and skills required of personnel so classified may vary within each department and/or location.

  • August 21, 2019 11:34 AM | Anonymous

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    Job Description
    The Learning and Development Consultant will provide a comprehensive range of services that align with business needs. This new role is a full-time position with Consigli and is being added due to growth. The position will be responsible for designing, developing, and managing learning solutions that are engaging and build the capabilities of our workforce. This consultant will report to the Sr. Manager, Leadership and Organizational Development.

    Required Skills

    • Designing and developing instructor-led learning and development programs that support all levels and locations
    • Managing learning and development programs from inception through evaluation
    • Collaborating with subject-matter experts to design and develop training programs
    • Partnering with Executives and Department Managers on needs analyses and departmental trainings
    • Conducting needs assessments for training and individual employee development plans
    • Evaluating program effectiveness and continuously improving our solutions
    • Proven consultative and collaboration skills across all levels
    • Facilitating/delivering learning and development programs
    • Managing external vendor relations
    • Managing multiple projects simultaneously
    • Proven skills in working as a member of a team as well as independently
    • Strong written and verbal communication skills
    • Strong critical thinking and problem-solving skills
    • Proficiency in Microsoft Applications

    Required Experience

    • Bachelor’s Degree required; Master’s Degree preferred
    • Minimum of 6 years of experience in learning and development, organizational development, instructional design, training, or a related field.
    • Application of adult learning principles in program design
    • Travel up to 25%

    Preferred Experience

    • Leadership development program design, development, and facilitation
    • Designing and developing online learning and development webinars and programs
    • Consulting with high-potential employees and creating individual development plans

    Job Location
    Milford, Massachusetts, United States

    Position Type


    Find all the details here!

  • January 18, 2019 2:30 PM | Anonymous

    At Hologic, we’re an innovative medical technology company that enables healthier lives everywhere, every day. We are also a company that prospers and grows, which is why we’ve been able to expand our offerings to empower even more people and champion women’s health

    What powers our growth across Breast & Skeletal Health, Diagnostics, GYN Surgical and Medical Aesthetics Solutions is also what differentiates us: the exceptional and clinically proven capacity of our products to detect, diagnose and treat illnesses and other health conditions earlier and better. This clinical superiority creates high expectations, which we fulfill by continually challenging ourselves to improve health through better technology, education and market access.

    None of this would be possible without the talent and passion of our employees. Together, our expertise and dedication to developing and sharing more robust, science-based certainty drives our global presence and a promising pipeline that responds to the unmet health and wellness needs of women, families and communities.

    While we focus on women’s health and well-being, we are committed to having an even broader benefit on the world. Together, we advocate for better health and wellness through solutions that provide ever greater certainty and peace of mind.

    The Instructional Design Specialist is responsible for driving instructional design methodologies and standards across all learning & development interventions. In this role the candidate will be responsible for hands-on instructional design, as well as instructional consultation and support services in instructional design, strategies, assessment, and technology to L&D teammates and BSH colleagues.

    More Details and to Apply

  • November 02, 2018 2:34 PM | Anonymous

    Perkins School for the Blind is a progressive, multi-faceted organization committed to improving the lives of people with blindness and deafblindness all around the world. Use the Search function below to learn more about our current openings.

    Assistive Technology Instructor

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    Watertown, MA Posting Date:

    Assistive Technology Instructor

    Program: Career Launch

    Schedule: Full-time, 37.5 hours/week

    Perkins is a progressive, multi-faceted organization committed to improving the lives of people with blindness and deafblindness all around the world. Our five areas of focus support Perkins’ aspirational mission. Our organization is driven by a proven team of experts and supported by a community that's committed to upholding our core values. Our history of excellence pushes us to actively seek the next innovation the world holds. We are Perkins – ever evolving to meet the challenge.

    The Challenge

    The transition from high school to young adulthood is challenging. This is particularly true for blind and visually impaired young adults who face significant barriers to employment as they transition from high school.

    According to the most recent Bureau of Labor Statistics data, only 38% of working age individuals (age 16-64) with vision loss are employed, while the employment rate among their non-disabled peers is over 75%. In addition, many individuals who are blind settle for part-time or non-competitive jobs. Younger workers with visual impairments are even more likely to be unemployed. They face misperceptions among employers about the capabilities of workers who are visually impaired and about the costs of onboarding persons with disabilities.

    Perkins is ON A MISSION to change these statistics, shift attitudes among employers, and equip young adults who are visually impaired with in-demand skills and practical support that put them on the path to success.

    To do this, Perkins is creating an innovative program -- Career Launch @ Perkins -- that aims to prepare young adults for in-demand roles across industries that require skills in customer service, support and interaction. The program features 9 weeks of training followed by a 3 month internship with ongoing classroom learning, job placement support, and one year of job coaching.

    Perkins plans to pilot Career Launch sometime in 2019 and roll out a full program launch in September 2019.

    The Role & Candidate

    First and foremost, we are looking for someone adept in using mainstream business software on both Apple and PC computers, including Assistive Technology such as Fusion and Voice Over, from introductory skills to more advanced techniques.

    Our ideal candidate is an experienced instructor, someone comfortable working with young adults, and if possible, with exposure to people who are blind or visually impaired. In addition we want someone experienced in individualized curriculum development and lesson planning, with a continuous improvement mindset, ensuring every student is learning what she or he needs to develop their “tool kit” of Assistive Technology and computer skills.

    You will join a team of individuals who contribute to and support the program in various ways, including the teaching of blind and visually impaired young adults, career placement services and job coaching. In collaboration with the team, you will ensure Career Launch participants develop an awareness of, and skills in using appropriate technical solutions to enable them to meet the basic productivity expectations of employers of office workers, effectively and efficiently.

    What You Will Do:

    Model a growth mdindset and problem solving techniques while guiding Career Launch participants toward appropriate and innovative independent technology use.

    Develop and administer a rubric to assess applicants’ competency in essential technology skills for competitive work -- the “tool kit”. This will include basic software packages and any necessary Assistive Technology.

    Participate in admissions decisions based, in part, on demonstrated competencies and gaps in an applicant’s use of AT.

    During the program, provide differentiated instruction for participants to ensure they become proficient in the “tool kit” of useful technologies for their working style.

    Provide direct instruction on laptop computer skills, specifically with VoiceOver on Mac computers, Fusion on PCs, and magnification features. Provide sequenced instruction in essential technology skills including accessing email, document creation, attachment of documents, note taking, filing documents, using calendar function, using excel, web search, and other typical laptop operation

    Provide support to participants transitioning skills from iPad to laptop or notetakers.

    Evaluate participant progress throughout the program, refine the instructional approach if needed, and raise issues if the participant is not achieving mastery in the time frame available.

    Collaborate and consult with the program staff to ensure that technology is woven into all learning components when possible, in order to reinforce skills

    Ensure participants know how to effectively advocate for support from their employer’s technology department and / or human resources department.

    Keep abreast of technological developments related to productivity in work environments, and, in consultation with other program staff, update the curriculum accordingly

    What You Should Have

    Competency in mainstream word processing (from document creation to formatting), mainstream spreadsheet, email management, web navigation, mainstream calendar, instant messaging, e-learning, and cloud document storage is needed

    Fluency with key commands specific to the applications.

    Familiarity with digital braille displays, electronic video magnifiers and OCRs.

    Experience working with young adults, preferably in a learning or business context.

    Exceptional instructional delivery skills and enthusiasm for inspiring, motivating and training young adults.

    Interest in working with individuals with visual impairment; experience working with young adults with special needs is a plus.

    Experience in adult learning and instructional design.

    The ability to learn quickly and collaborate easily with others.

    Strong written and interpersonal communication skills, as well as research and analytical skill

    You’re Also

    Able to move between the forest and the trees. You can think strategically about the big picture, internalizing the landscape in which we work and the broader goals for our program, while also getting into the details of how to execute on those goals.

    A detailed doer. You have a track record of getting things done. You’re organized and responsive. You take ownership of every idea you touch and execute it to a fine level of detail, setting deadlines, engaging others, and doing whatever it takes to get the job done. You can multi-task dozens of such projects at once and never lose sight of the details. Likely you have experience in a startup environment.

    A creative problem solver. Developing a new program from scratch is massive and involves constant changes, challenges and curve balls. You need to be flexible, ready to adapt to these changes as well as solutions-oriented, approaching problems with a can-do attitude and spirit of creativity.

    Very collaborative. You will need to work very closely with a program team comprised of researchers, recruiters and other training staff who bring diverse experiences and perspectives to our work.

    Join our dynamic team and help create a training program that can change lives by giving blind or vision-impaired young adults a shot at the sustained financial independence needed to build the life they want to live.

    Education and/or Experience:

    Bachelor’s degree or higher, with coursework in education, assistive technology, special needs education, business, or related fields. Preference will be given to candidates with

    Bachelor’s degree in Assistive Technology

    Experience and expertise in assistive technology for visual impairments

    Prior experience working with young adults with visual impairments who may also have additional disabilities or who are deafblind.

    Current certification such as:

    ACVREP certification ACVREP certification (CATIS, CLVT)

    Appropriate Massachusetts or national certification for field of expertise

    Massachusetts teacher certification in Teacher of Students with Visual Impairments

    Massachusetts teacher certification in related field (ie. education, social work)

    ASHA certification

    NRA certification

    Benefits: We provide a complete benefits package, which includes, recess time, tuition reimbursement, medical and dental insurance, LTD and Life insurance, retirement programs and staff devel

    Perkins seeks to enhance its community of intellectually, culturally, and socially diverse individuals to enrich the educational experience of our students. Applicants from a multicultural background, are bilingual, and/or who have life experience are encouraged to apply


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