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Ed Wells Partnership Program Administrator
Job Posting - SPEEA
May 2019

The Ed Wells Partnership is a joint SPEEA/Boeing initiative offering professional development, technical training, career development/coaching and conference grants to SPEEA-represented employees.

Who should apply – SPEEA-represented employees in the Puget Sound who have:

  • An appreciation of the role labor unions play in society and SPEEA’s role representing Boeing employees
  • A desire to have an impact on the critical skills and career development of SPEEA-represented employees
  • A passion for life-long learning
  • An interest in shaping Ed Wells Partnership programs
  • A desire to expand their skills and knowledge in project management, leadership, mentoring, and business management
  • A proven record of strong performance
  • Established a solid technical foundation at Boeing
  • Experience with multiple organizations/functions at Boeing
  • Participated in Ed Wells Partnership classes as a student, and perhaps as an instructor
  • Leadership experience at Boeing
  • Self-motivation and the ability to manage many detailed projects effectively
  • A proactive approach to work assignments with a focus on first time quality
  • A willingness to do what it takes to get the job done well
  • Knowledge and experience with site partnership teams

Job Description

Lead a variety of activities in support of the Ed Wells Partnership organization including:

  • Vigilance to ensure that Ed Wells activities are executed in a manner that protects and advances SPEEA’s interests
  • Identification, coordination and deployment of Ed Wells Partnership learning events
  • Collaboration with Boeing technical leaders and other stakeholders to ensure Ed Wells offerings meet SPEEA represented employee needs and are aligned to Company objectives
  • Work with Boeing Subject Matter Experts to develop and deliver learning events covering leading edge and newly emerging technical subjects
  • Project management responsibilities associated with schedule, budget and procurement
  • Participate in and lead teams to support Ed Wells’ strategic goals and objectives
  • Coordinate with other Ed Wells staff to collaborate and improve the delivery of programs and services
  • Balance and prioritize numerous concurrent assignments and activities in a fast-paced environment
  • Think outside the box but remain within the bounds of established policy
  • Collaborate with other SPEEA and Boeing teammates to continuously improve products and services
  • Work without day-to-day direct supervision to accomplish set goals and objectives
  • Lead small teams or internal processes to accomplish organizational goals
  • Undertake all logistical activities associated with class delivery (moving furniture, setting up classroom, etc.)
  • Be the Ed Wells focal to the SPEEA/Boeing Partnership Site Teams
  • Act as back-up for the SPEEA Co-Director as needed

Skills and Qualifications

  • Knowledge of SPEEA’s history and structure
  • Foundational knowledge of Boeing gained through experience in various organizations/programs/business units
  • Familiarity and experience with Ed Wells programs and classes
  • Previous experience leading process improvement efforts
  • Excellent collaboration and working together skills
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Self-directed and able to lead the development and successful delivery of project objectives
  • Extremely detail oriented with experience managing multiple projects simultaneously
  • Knowledge of and experience with site partnership teams
  • Ability to safely lift 35 lbs.

Reporting Relationships

  • Will report formally to the SPEEA Executive Director but will be responsible to the Ed Wells Partnership SPEEA Co-Director for day-to-day work assignments.

Contact Information

Send your resume by 5 p.m. (PST), Friday, May 31 to:

SPEEA – Attention: Robin Fleming
15205 52nd Ave. S
Tukwila, WA 98188

Email: robinf@speea.org

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