Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
- Demonstration of quality instructional skills focused on engaging non-traditional students
- Ability to create innovative and immersive academic curricula and classroom experiences
- Achievement of credential attainment goals mandated by government funder
- Ability to lead by example and model integrity; ability to build and maintain relationships with young adults, employers and community partners
Education and Experience/Training:
- Associate’s Degree required, Bachelors or Masters preferred;
- At least three years relevant work experience in providing work readiness and/or industry recognized credential instruction, as well as direct youth development services
These are the skills & attributes that all OBT employees need in order to meet the expectations of each other, our participants, and our partners.
Communicate with Clarity – Be clear, concise, and actionable. Be relentlessly constructive. Seek and provide meaningful feedback.
Work with Purpose – Exhibit a “We Can” mindset. Results outweigh effort. Everyone understands how their role contributes. Set aside personal objectives for team results.
Drive to Decision – Cut the swirl with defined deadlines and decision points. Be clear on individual accountability and decision authority. Guided by a commitment to and accountability for mission outcomes.
Own the Outcome – Defined milestones, commitments and intended results. Assess your work in context, if you’re unsure, ask. Demonstrate unwavering support for decisions.