Program Director- (Leadership, Education & Development) Location:
Atlanta, Georgia Regular/Temporary:
Regular Full/Part Time:
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Job Summary Acts as key staff member for student leadership academic and co-curricular programs. Develops and coordinates programmatic efforts for LEAD academic and co-curricular programs including the Grand Challenges Living and Learning Community, assists in developing research, participates in professional conferences and provides public relations support. This job will interact on a consistent basis with: students, faculty and staff. This job typically will advise and counsel: students. This position will supervise: NA.Responsibilities <html><b><u>Job Duty 1 - </u></b>
Provide administrative support in day-to-day administration of programs and activities of academic and co-curricular programs.
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Assists in curriculum development for non-degree-granting programs, workshops and in-service training and develops curriculum materials or teaching materials.
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Assists with the daily operation of a small academic department within a school or college, primarily in the areas of human resources, compliance and financial management.
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Coordinates and participates in minor activities including student employee selection and training.
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Assists with preparation and development of budgets and financial reports for grants, general appropriations, endowments, and other funds. Coordinates the overall program budgeting and accounting process.
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Conducts in-service training, conferences and workshops.
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Represents the department on business affairs and/or faculty affairs to the institution community.
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Perform other related duties as assigned.Required Qualifications
Bachelor's Degree or an equivalent combination of education and experience
Three to five years of job related experience
Preferred Educational Qualifications
Preferred knowledge and skills associated with this job include experience within a higher education environment; strategic planning and techniques and processes
Knowledge, Skills, & Abilities
This job requires knowledge and skills in systems and training program management, application of adult learning principles, facilitation, and application of associated techniques technologies; the ability to multi-task and skills in simultaneous project management. Knowledge of principles and practices associated with student development, cultural leadership dynamics and a broad range of engagement models in a higher education environment. Knowledge and skill in designing and implementing related programs within a research university setting is required as are skills in partnership building, leadership and communications.
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