General Job Description:
Individual responsible for the Education to Excellence (E2E) and Deaf Mentor programs established as part of ASLIS’s grant work for the State of Minnesota Department of Human Services Deaf and Hard of Hearing Services Division. Grant Project Manager must communicate daily with E2E task force members and Assistant E2E Coordinators. This person will create all Curricula and other program materials and be responsible for communication among all programs, the task force members and DHHSD contract manager. This person will also administer RID CEUs for program events when applicable.
- Recruit and Manage task force members in various locations around Minnesota
- Disseminate information about the program and maintain a calendar of events
- Assist in maintaining the E2E website
- Engage, educate and empower all program participants including task force members, Deaf Mentors and interpreter mentees
- Manage and update as needed all written documents connected to the program including: curriculum, invoices, application forms, evaluation tools, surveys, etc.
- Write periodic progress reports, including compiling data and developing charts/graphs to show progress
- Attend meetings with DHHSD personnel
- Articulate program benefits and goals to the community
- Distribute marketing materials (flyers) following ASLIS’s marketing plan
- Work with other ASLIS staff members to support all goals of the grant
- In depth knowledge and experience within the Deaf Community in Minnesota
- Fluent in American Sign Language (ASL)
- Exceptional communication skills (both written and visual)
- Ability to multi-task and meet deadlines
- Strong relationship building skills and attention to detail
If interested in applying for this position:
Email a cover letter, resume and short (3-5 minute) video explaining why you want this position to firstname.lastname@example.org.
This job posting is a general outline of job responsibilities and skills. It is not intended to be comprehensive in nature. Jobs at ASLIS change and evolve over time and, therefore, this description may not reflect the precise nature of the position at a given point in time.