April 25, 2025
Central Basin Association of Governments
Identify and tag the competencies developed by existing learning opportunities in CBAG’s region.
Manage the maintenance of an up-to-date, public database of opportunities and their associated data, collaborating with learning lifestyle coaches to ensure the database is user-friendly and accessible to all learners and families.
Work with partners throughout the region to surface their assets for use in learning experiences, bringing in other learning specialists where appropriate.
Evaluate new learning opportunities’ ability to develop learner competencies according to state standards.
Collaborate with learning naturalists, learning pathway designers, and ecosystem stewards to collect and interpret anonymous data about learning opportunities’ offerings and quality.
Serve as the CBAG representative on the regional Learning Ecosystem Task Force.
7+ years evaluating learning opportunities in a nonprofit setting
Experience working with diverse learning providers in an ecosystem model or in a single learning organization with demonstrated awareness of its contribution to a larger learning ecosystem
Experience working with state standards and education policy and an utmost commitment to compliance with those regulations
Ability to develop CBAG’s reputation and offerings as a service concentrator in the education sector, with proven experience effectively growing a department or organization
Ability to travel within CBAG region up to 3 days a week (working location flexible on other work days)
Interested applicants must submit the CBAG Common Application. Qualified candidates will be contacted.