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The Reducing Embodied-energy And Decreasing Emissions (“REMADE”) Institute is one of the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE)-led institutes in the multi-agency network known as Manufacturing USA. Since it was established five years ago, Manufacturing USA has grown from a single institute to a network of 14 institutes. Led by manufacturing experts renowned in their field, the Manufacturing USA Institutes have attracted over $2B in public/private investments, 1,300 companies, universities and industry associations. Each institute is charged with improving domestic manufacturing competitiveness through innovative new manufacturing techniques, technologies and offer new training and jobs for American workers.

The mission of the REMADE Institute is to enable the early stage applied research and development of key industrial platform technologies that could dramatically reduce the embodied energy and carbon emissions associated with industrial-scale materials production and processing. By focusing its efforts on the technologies that will eliminate and/or mitigate the technical and economic barriers that prevent greater material recycling, recovery, re-manufacturing, and reuse, the REMADE Institute seeks to motivate the subsequent industry investments that will be required to complete technology development and deploy these technologies across the U.S. manufacturing eco-system.

JOB SUMMARY;

The REMADE Institute is seeking a Director of Education and Workforce Development to coordinate and lead new workforce development training programs and initiatives across industries and sectors to educate, advance and train American workers in new skills that align with new technologies and enhanced manufacturing capabilities.  The successful candidate will join a significant partnership with big impact on the future of American manufacturing competitiveness and sustainability.  This position requires a positive attitude and entrepreneurial spirit; along with the drive to evolve the REMADE Institute to its highest levels of performance. 

 

Primary Responsibilities

Reporting to the REMADE COO, the Director of Education and Workforce Development will:

  • Lead the Education and Workforce Development Committee
  • Identify training and workforce development needs
  • Develop curricula, determine effective training methodologies and delivery
  • Launch and manage programs in line with the Institute roadmap; this includes setting up and managing the relevant infrastructure for programs and engaging partners to ensure successful implementation
  • Implement, grow and scale education and workforce development programs across industries and sectors
  • Collaborate with consortium members, the leadership team and the node leads
  • Complete other assignments as requested

Required Experience:

  • Track record and experience in full cycle education, training and workforce development program deployment across networks with multi-stakeholder structures
  • Must have successfully set up, launched, managed, scaled and grown new education and training programs and initiatives; ideally in, but not limited to the fields of sustainability, manufacturing or recycling
  • Experience with curriculum development and training courses online/offline
  • Demonstrated ability to engage partners to market programs and collaborate with multiple stakeholders
  • "Systems thinker" with strong project management skills
  • Must have passion and enthusiasm for impact and results

 

Educational Experience:

  • Bachelor’s Degree required
  • Master’s Degree preferred 

 

REMADE Institute does not discriminate in the screening or hiring of candidates on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, age, national origin, marital status, disability, or other protected status.

All applicants must be U.S. citizens or lawful permanent residents.

 

 

REMADE Institute does not discriminate in the screening or hiring of candidates on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, age, national origin, marital status, disability, or other protected status. 

All applicants must be U.S. citizens or lawful permanent residents.