Aug 23, 2019
General DescriptionThe BeOnAir Network is an organization that instructs students in all areas of the broadcast industry to become the next generation of media professionals. Our brand promise is "Learn from a Pro to Become a Pro"; students are trained by broadcast media professionals working in the field. The organization operates as seven campuses across Ohio, Illinois, Colorado, and Miami. Like all members of the BeOnAir Network staff, the Director of Education is expected to project the organization's core values and core purpose. This position supports a college and creative culture and ensures graduates are fully ready for entry level employment opportunities. A key role for the Director of Education is providing support to students, instructors, and administrative staff with a focus on retention. The Director of Education provides training in the use of educational materials and techniques to the department staff. The Director of Education advises instructors on how to comply with the organization's education standards, as well as work closely one on one with instructors. The Director of Education is responsible for curriculum delivery and course scheduling for day and evening classes, as well as hiring, daily management and supervision, and if needed, dismissal of all instructors working. The Director of Education has full responsibility for campus maintenance and security upon the departure of day/night shift personnel. Additional responsibilities may include orientation, graduation, planning of special events, training workshops, and a variety of tasks. The Director of Education will be expected to have extensive experience and judgment to plan and accomplish campus and/or department goals. Scorecard accountabilities: active drop rate, term 3 drop rate, term 3 students, weekly student survey results, active online participation, active internships, faculty interviews, instructor walk throughs, and instructor observations. BeOnAir Network Core Values and Definitions: Core Values - personal, ethical, and ideological guidelines that set the standard for every aspect of business operation from hiring to decision making to strategic planning. - Integrity -Deliver your accountabilities by always doing the right thing! - Passion - Positive emotion that drives successful actions - Customer Centric - WIFC ( What's in it for our customer?) - Creativity - Think outside the box! - Winning -Winning is not a sometime thing; it's consistently achieving your accountabilities. - Reason - Getting to the real why? BeOnAir Network Core Purpose: Graduate students who are preferred choice of broadcast media business to hire, partner or outsource entry level opportunities. Essential Job Functions- Accurately manage and maintain all student academic records (grades, lab hours, attendance). - Actively monitor and proactively prevent students dropping from the program. - Control, monitor, mitigate the student absence rate to meet scorecard goals. - Prevent, monitor, and/or graduate students on Term 3.- Promote student satisfaction on a daily basis. Review student survey results with Campus including instructors for areas of opportunity and success. - Actively monitor and proactively promote students to be on track with the online curriculum. - Hire, onboard, train, and schedule all instructors.- Maintain a positive student centric culture for student learning and retention.- Responsible for class announcements to reinforce attendance policies, relay campus events and other relevant information - Understand, deliver, and follow the school syllabus and lesson plans from the curriculum. - All class scheduling should be completed in advance in order to schedule instructors in advance and maintain campus efficiency.- Make sure that students are kept on task and engaged for entire sessions, no idle time.- Seek, recruit, and meet with new potential instructors at the school for an interview and discussion on teaching opportunities or at minimum guest lecturing. (Target major station personalities from major TV and radio stations. Include all station departments as we need to target qualified production, traffic, engineering and promotion personnel as well. Inform your Director and Admissions Representative, if applicable, who your new major instructors will be, so they can utilize it when they talk to new student applicants).- Complete class faculty observations weekly to ensure the core values, brand promise, and core purpose are being met. Evaluations are to be completed and documented to every observation. Observation reports are to be filed in instructor files. - Complete daily attendance and record grades accurately and timely. - Conduct Faculty Professional Development training to include topics and agenda that meets accreditation standards and campus standards. - Manage student status records, student files and record keeping on a weekly basis.- Ensure all instructors are on time for their scheduled shift every day.- Manage all instructors should to arrive at least 15 minutes early to class for check in time spent meeting with the Director of Education to preview class syllabi, attendance, and student issues/concerns in order to develop solutions on how instructors are to improve the quality of education.- Manage and maintain a student report regarding specific information on attendance, intern hours, student behavior, retention, at risk, and tardy issues for campus needs.- Supervise, lead, manage and direct all students, instructors, and instructor assistants on a daily basis to ensure accountability, culture, and execution of the education process is being maintained and delivered at its highest standard for success of our students.- Develop relationships with the Campus Professional Advisory Committee. Participate and lead if need be PAC board meetings. - Manage, lead, supervise the Education Coordinator/Student Services/Program Director to provide media internship opportunities for students. If Campus does not support an Education Coordinator, Student Services, and/or Program Director position, DOE assumes all responsibilities. - Contact students who have missed one class or more without prior and report to the Campus Director and Department.- Assist and manage Program Director and all internal program staff with on campus opportunities for students in order to promote student engagement and contribute to department metrics.- Responsible for the neatness and maintenance of all classrooms and studios.- Accountable for all equipment on campus including maintaining inventory, resolving equipment issues in an efficient and timely manner, purchase of new equipment with the Campus Director, check in/check out policy. - Participate in a weekly National Department meeting for scorecard accountability and ongoing training. - Be present, positive, and observant on campus for students to ensure a customer centric culture.Work Experience Requirements- At least 4 years of direct experience in education and/or media fields. Education Requirements4-year college degree and/or experience equivalency. Physical Demands In order to fully service the staff and student needs this position requires the employee to often physically move from department to department as well as present multiple lectures for long periods of time. This is not a sedentary position. Occasional lifting, bending and climbing stairs Frequent talking, listening, walking, sitting and standing Ability to perform multiple concurrent tasks and function in a fast-paced working environment DisclaimerThe above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by people assigned to this classification. They are not to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills required of personnel so classified. All personnel may be required to perform duties outside of their normal responsibilities from time to time, as needed.
Colorado Media School Denver, CO, USA Full-time