IL Network of Child Care Resource and Referral Agencies
  • 18-Sep-2023 to 18-Oct-2023 (CST)
  • Learning and Development
  • Bloomington, IL, USA
  • Hourly
  • Full Time

Medical, Dental, Vision, Flex Spending Account, Health Reimbursement Account, Several Personal Day options, Telework policy allows for flexible work, and 403(B) Retirement Plan

The Illinois Network Child Care Resource and Referral Agency (INCCRRA) is excited to be able to add to our team! As an employer, INCCRRA provides a healthy work life balance environment in addition to an extensive benefit package. At INCCRRA, you will work with a team invested in providing quality care and education that creates a lifetime of equitable opportunities for all children.

Role Summary:
INCCRRA is seeking a Training Administration Specialist- Trainer and Training Systems to join our Learning and Development Department. An individual in this position will serve as the lead specialist for the Illinois Trainers Network and ITN Trainers. This position will assess, plan, and implement a variety of duties to ensure identified quality assurance measures are met for both trainers and trainings. In addition, this position will coordinate Training of Trainers and work with statewide entities and Illinois High Schools to promote and participate in the ECE Credential Level 1 curriculum.

Why you should apply:

At INCCRRA we offer a teamwork environment with great benefits.

Some of those great benefits include:

  • Medical/Dental/Vision/Life/Disability/Competitive 403(b) + Match
  • 13 days of accrued PTO & 12 accrued sick days the first full year of employment.
  • 3 Floating Holidays every calendar year in addition to your accrued time.
  • 10 paid holidays off per year as well as employee birthday off.
  • Tuition Reimbursement up to $2,500 per fiscal year.
  • Healthy work-life balance.
  • Hybrid work environment following 90 days of employment.


  • Serve as first contact for ITN trainer phone call inquiries
  • Review, revise, and recommend policy changes as appropriate
  • Review and update trainer resources and policy & procedures
  • Review trainer and/or training applications for final approval
  • Identify Training of Trainer event needs based on trainer capacity and local delivery needs
  • ITN trainer recruitment, application process, and renewals
  • Approval of ITN trainings and scheduling forms
  • Identify Skill Builder training needs
  • Maintain ITN trainer database and training activity
  • Review and update of website materials for trainers
  • Maintain distribution lists for Appraisals and ITN
  • Review Appraisal Program Effectiveness
  • Determine underserved regions and recruit needed appraisers
  • Review, update, and maintain the Appraisers' Handbook, Orientation webinar, forms, and paperwork
  • Track appraisal data for reporting purposes
  • Maintain in-house operations manual regarding the ITN Appraisal Program
  • Facilitate communication with statewide entities regarding approval as an Authorized Entity and ensuring identified quality assurance measures are met
  • Review, revised, and recommend policy changes as appropriate
  • Review training activity of participating AEs
  • Provided technical assistance to AE's and potential AE's on program and best practices
  • Attend high school Career and Technical Education conferences when appropriate to promote the use of the ECE Credential Level 1
  • Work with the Illinois State Board of Education PrinAcipal Consultant for Family and Consumer to Sciences to ensure the ECE Credential Level 1 curriculum is being used in the way it is intended, aligns with standards, and to identify underserved areas in the state in regard to offering the ECE Credential Level 1 training.
  • Communicate with participating schools/teachers regarding the submission of required paperwork to set up the ECE Credential Level 1 training, including the ordering of materials (manuals) as well as procedures for closing out ECE Credential Level 1 courses including the submission of student credential applications.
  • Maintain high school teacher online learning site that includes additional resources for use in presenting the curriculum (power point presentations, paperwork, quizzes, etc.)
  • Review, revise, and recommend policy changes and internal procedures manual as appropriate.
  • Assist with review of curriculum to ensure best practices are followed and current licensing standards are included.
  • Review of annual survey for program feedback
  • Maintain in-house operations manual regarding the ECE Credential Level 1 High School Program
  • Lead coordinator for Training of Teachers
  • Assist Training Program Coordinator with project management.
  • Attend conferences as required to promote the Registry and assist members in receiving professional development credit.

Education and Experience:

  • Bachelor's degree or higher or equivalent work experience.
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills
  • Strong knowledge with ECE Credential Level 1 curriculum
  • Detail oriented with the ability to manage several projects
  • Strong knowledge of DTP and how quality assurance pieces are linked to data entry
  • Strong knowledge of Microsoft Office

**We are actively recruiting for this role and will not wait for the closing date of this posting before interviewing or identifying a candidate in which to make an offer to. Therefore, the posting may close prior to the date listed.

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