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Education Developer

The Association of Washington Cities (AWC) is a private, nonprofit, nonpartisan organization, which provides a wide array of legislative, training, and other services to all cities and towns in the state of Washington. AWC is recruiting for the position of Education Developer. The purpose of this position is to plan, develop, implement and evaluate eLearning and face-to-face curriculum within the member education team.

Minimum qualifications

The successful candidate will have outstanding communication, presentation and facilitation skills. Knowledge of adult learning principles including blended learning strategies, SAM and ADDIE Models preferred. Bachelor’s degree in adult education, instructional technology, organizational development, or related field required. Equivalent work experience may be substituted for some or all of the educational requirements. Minimum two years’ experience in adult education, including any combination of facilitating, design and development and a minimum of one year of practical experience with eLearning instructional design and/or administering webinars required.

Competitive salary; excellent benefits package.

Full job description (pdf)

How to apply

Return completed materials to AWC at recruiting@awcnet.org or return to AWC Human Resources, 1076 Franklin St. SE, Olympia, WA 98501 or 360-753-0149 by 5 pm, February 26.

Incomplete application materials will not be considered.


 

Legislative Policy Analyst

The Association of Washington Cities (AWC) is a private, nonprofit, nonpartisan organization, which provides a wide array of legislative, training, and other services to all cities and towns in the state of Washington. AWC is recruiting for a Legislative Policy Analyst to join the AWC Government Relations team. This position provides policy analysis on a range of issues, primarily economic development, energy, environment, housing, human services, infrastructure, land use, telecommunications, transportation, and water. The Analyst provides clear and concise analysis and information, and supports execution of AWC’s advocacy strategy on behalf of all cities and towns.

Minimum qualifications

The successful candidate will have experience and skills necessary to conduct research and analysis on proposed legislation and rule-making affecting cities and towns. City government, state agency, and/or legislative experience is preferred. This position requires excellent analytical, writing, and editing skills. Bachelor’s degree in political science, public administration, or an issue-related field required; Master’s degree preferred.

Competitive salary; excellent benefits package.

Full job description (pdf)

How to apply

Return completed materials to AWC at recruiting@awcnet.org or return to AWC Human Resources, 1076 Franklin St. SE, Olympia, WA 98501 or 360-753-0149 by 5 pm, February 27.

Incomplete application materials will not be considered.

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