Education coordinators design educational curriculums and develop innovative solutions and improvements in teaching methods and teaching methods' effectiveness. Some of your responsibilities are developing and planning educational programs and events, recruiting and training staff, developing specifications for all educational services, and ensuring compliance with federal and state regulations.
You will be required to meet parents and teachers to discuss concerns regarding the curriculum and to ensure that the curriculum is accurately followed. You will also create budgets for all educational programs and disseminate reports of programs to the organization's management. It's also important that you maintain a database for tracking upcoming BLS, license, and training expiration dates.
Every education coordinator must possess great decision-making skills, leadership, and communication skills. In addition to these, you must possess procedural skills, customer service skills and be very invested in your professional development. The most commonly requested minimum educational qualification is a bachelor's degree. Education coordinators make $20.46 an hour, amounting to about $42,557 annually.