Workforce Development Specialist 

Primary responsibilities

  1. Develops and implements Annual Training Plans for assigned counties and Regional Projects within the Bay Area.

  2. Engage in and provide oversight of a range of workforce development and educational activities (curriculum development, training delivery, coaching and mentoring, transfer of learning, needs assessment and evaluation activities).

  3. Responsible for the timely delivery of all activities identified in Annual Training Plans.

  4. Responsible for the management of the corresponding budget for each assigned project 

The Workforce Development Specialist is a member of the Academy’s Leadership Team. 

Technology Specialist

Primary responsibilities

  1. Provide support for all instructional technology needs; including Canvas eLearning management and CyberTrain (LMS) Student Information System

  2. Oversight of design and configuration of the databases used for training tracking

  3. Development of reports used for monthly, quarterly and annual deliverables to counties, CalSWEC and the State

  4. The management, maintenance and development of Bay Area Academy’s website where learning resources such as: curriculum, learning activities, materials, tools to promote knowledge and content dissemination are hosted.

  5. Lead staff on the configuration of and troubleshooting of the current database used to track contract deliverables and reporting for contractual purposes.

  6. Maintain accurate records in the organization’s database including maintenance of data for evaluation purposes.

This position works closely with the Training staff and County Staff Development staff to ensure accurate record processing and tracking, including assistance with preparing data with Excel formulas.

Training Assistant 

Primary responsibilities

  1. Pre-training and day of training logistics such as duplication of curriculum and handouts, classroom set-up, setting up A/V equipment, and communicating with trainers and training participants.

  2. Coordination, preparation and administration of all training evaluations, embedded evaluations and pre/post testing materials for assigned trainings.

  3. Collect attendance and close trainings in the Academy’s Learning Management System (LMS) database.

The Training Assistant works within a team of Training Assistants to provide in-person training support services to 12 county social service agencies.


In addition the current openings, BAA is always looking for dedicated and knowledgeable Independent Contractors (IC) who are passionate about helping child welfare professionals excel in their careers.
Submit your resume with interest in working with BAA.