The Design-Build Institute of America (DBIA) seeks an energetic, flexible, and highly motivated Education Programs Coordinator to oversee the logistics and effective delivery of a nationwide training program.
The successful candidate will:
Possess exceptional communication and interpersonal skills;
Have demonstrated multitasking abilities;
Be able to work as a team and build rapport with key stakeholders; and
Possess a strong working knowledge of MS Office, including Excel spreadsheets and PowerPoint presentations.
This position provides a unique growth opportunity, allowing the incumbent to have input on the day-to-day education operations of a growing organization.
Key duties and responsibilities include:
Work with department Director to develop, document and continually assess logistical operations related to national educational programs;
Engage in direct communication with all key stakeholders including but not limited to:
affiliated Region leaders,
caterers and other 3rd party vendors
Oversee coordination of all elements of national education offerings including:
tracking of registrants to help in “go/no go” determinations by Director;
production and shipping of course materials;
on-site meals, room set-up and audio-visual requirements;
create and distribute course evaluation procedures, review and summarize results;
provide feedback to instructors and Director;
process continuing education and certificates of attendance;
process financial rebates and reports to affiliated Regions;
Manage and maintain the database of classes and events related to education programs as well as the website schedule of classes.
Serve as moderator and provide department director with logistic support for 9-12 live webinars per year.
Work closely with the department director to provide regular updates on status of initiatives in the education department, including metrics, goals, and proposed timelines;
Represent DBIA at industry events and conferences as needed;
Taking on special projects independently, as needed, in support of the organization’s mission.
Perform some administrative duties, as needed.
DBIA expects the successful candidate to be able to:
Manage, monitor and report on competing priorities;
Provide support to at least one committee via coordinating calls, taking minutes, and tracking follow-up;
Work well under pressure and tight deadlines;
Thrive in a fast-paced, demanding environment;
Be willing and able to work as part of an energetic, highly dedicated and extremely motivated team; and
Integrate well within a team environment that emphasizes mutual respect and collaboration, and where the common goal is organizational and individual success;
Travel to 3-4 meetings/conferences per year.
Bachelor’s degree (required);
Experience in Microsoft Office Suite and understanding of databases required;
Strong organizational skills a must; and
Excellent oral and written communication skills, customer service, flexibility, and self-motivation required.
Additional Salary Information: Only cover letters with salary history and/or requirements will be considered
About Design-Build Institute of America
The Design-Build Institute of America (DBIA) is the only organization that defines, teaches and promotes best practices in design-build project delivery. DBIA was founded in 1993 in response to the emergence of design-build and integrated project delivery as a significant force in the design and construction industry. From its headquarters in Washington, DC, and network of regions throughout the U.S., the Institute provides a forum for all participants in the design-build process, owners and practitioners alike. DBIA is the center of expertise for integrated project delivery, advocating best practices, creating and disseminating educational information, and furnishing advice and support to facility owners and users. For more information visit www.dbia.org.