Applied Learning Program Coordinator
Reporting to the Assistant Vice Provost for Applied Learning/Director of the Institute for Applied Learning, the Program Coordinator provides critical administrative and programmatic support for applied learning initiatives across campus. Duties include:
- Manage administration of grants, including writing grant proposals, advertising, coordination of proposal review, financial processes and reporting
- When appropriate, manage administration of academic applied learning programs, such as assisting students with academic internship registration
- Compile and maintain database of experiential curricular resources, and distribute to faculty across disciplines
- Collaborate with stakeholders at all levels across campus to work on applied learning-related initiatives and projects
- Assist with applied learning marketing updates, including website updates, writing for publications, social media, etc.
- Maintain internal budget tracking system, order office supplies, etc.
- Collect and analyze data from multiple sources, prepare reports
- Assist in the hiring, training and supervision of student and graduate assistants, when applicable
- Maintain list of applied learning courses
- Create and maintain database of external partners for course-based applied learning projects
- Coordinate evaluation and assessment of applied learning programs
- Assist in planning events (e.g., workshops, trainings, committee meetings) including logistics, promotion and evaluation
- Bachelor's degree from a college or university accredited by the U.S. Department of Education or internationally recognized accrediting organization
- Two or more years of relevant experience
- Experience writing and administering grants
- Program administration experience
- Demonstrated interest and understanding of experiential education in the context of higher education institutions
- Experience and demonstrated capacity for working both independently and in a team-oriented, collaborative environment
- Demonstrated experience in addressing issues of diversity and multiculturalism and in building community among different groups in university and/or community settings
- Excellent time management and organizational skills
- Strong communication skills, with demonstrated ability to produce high-quality written materials, experience with public speaking and communicating with faculty, staff, students, and community partners
- Demonstrated understanding of program marketing, including ability to use social media, complete basic website updates, etc.
- Ability to oversee and manage student and graduate assistants
- Master's degree from a college or university accredited by the U.S. Department of Education or internationally recognized accrediting organization
Professional Rank and Salary Range: Staff Assistant, SL-2
Date to be filled: June 1, 2017
Closing date for receipt of applications: May 15, 2017
Applicants MUST submit the following documents:
- Cover letter stating all the required minimum qualifications and any of the applicable preferred qualifications
Note: After submitting your resume (at the link provided), the subsequent pages give you instructions for uploading additional documents (i.e. cover letter etc.).