Education and Training, Project Management/Program Development
4 Year Degree
The purpose of this position is to train Continuing Education (CE) Administrators of ASHA CE Providers; review CE Providers' course proposals, cooperative agreement courses, Independent Study plans, and post-course reports against ASHA requirements; critique courses and advise about improvements or noncompliance; approve course proposals, reports, and plans; provide advise and technical assistance to CE Administrators in the development of courses; manage the process to assure accurate maintenance of CE course records; and coordinate development and dissemination of marketing materials related to CE Providers and their courses.
Train Continuing Education (CE) Administrators to ASHA CE policy and procedures and how to best provide continuing education courses in audiology and speech-language pathology.
Evaluate, critique, and approve CE Providers' courses, courses offered with non-providers, Independent Study plans, and post-course reports according to established ASHA Continuing Education Board (CEB) standards and procedures.
Advise CE Administrators about courses and reports in noncompliance and how they can improve courses/reports to he compliant with CEB policy/procedures and CE best practices.
Advise CE Administrators about new course development and information about new CE procedures/activities.
Manage the process to assure accurate and timely course/report review, data entry, and maintenance of course records.
Coordinate development and dissemination of materials to market the quality and value of ASHA CE Providers and their courses.
Coordinate the processing and resolution of appeals made by Providers to the Continuing Education Board.
Facilitate achievement of CE team goals and complete special projects as assigned by the team leader.
Knowledge Typically Acquired Through
BA or BS in Communication Disorders, Adult Education, or a related field, or
3 years experience in a similar job (adult learning, continuing professional education, or related field)
Scope and Depth of Technical Skills/Knowledge
Demonstrated ability to:
plan and conduct training of adults in highly technical information
develop courses for adult professionals according to generally recognized best practices
manage and navigate in a computer database system
develop and write specialized correspondence and technical procedures
use Microsoft Word at an intermediate level
accurately proof read and edit course descriptions and syllabi
Scope and Depth of Non-Technical Skills/Knowledge
Demonstrated ability to:
independently organize and prioritize work load
handle multiple tasks at various stages of their implementation under tight deadlines
problem-solve independently about tasks related to job responsibilities
communicate verbally about complex procedures and requirements, particularly via the phone and email
work cooperatively on a team as well as the ability to lead teams in work directives
use accepted customer service techniques when dealing with internal and external customers
develop and write correspondence and procedures
Additional Salary Information: Salary Range (Non-Negotiable): $69,388 – $77,097
About American Speech-Language-Hearing Association
The American Speech-Language-Hearing Association is the professional, scientific, and credentialing association for 198,000 members and affiliates who are speech-language pathologists, audiologists, and speech, language, and hearing scientists in the United States and internationally.