Director Educational Program Job Description Sample
Director Of Educational Opportunity Program
Required Qualifications: (As evidenced by an attached resume) Master’s degree required. Seven (7) years of full-time experience in academic advising, counseling, or student services at the college or university level working with undergraduates.
Significant program development experience.
Experience managing operations of a student service office. Professional staff supervision experience in a higher education setting.
Experience developing, implementing, and evaluating student retention and graduation initiatives. Experience in budget management, data management and reporting. Experience working with a diverse student population.
Master's or Doctorate Degree in higher education, student affairs, social work, counseling, or related discipline. Eight (8) or more years of experience in academic advising, counseling, or student services at the college or university level working with undergraduates.
Experience working with EOP or economically disadvantaged college students. Academic advising experience. Admissions or financial aid experience.
Experience working collaboratively with faculty and academic departments. Experience utilizing advising, retention, and graduation-related technology tools. Experience providing professional development opportunities for staff.
Primary Purpose: The Director of the Educational Opportunity Program (EOP) oversees the University EOP program which advises and supports approximately 800 undergraduates. The EOP program is a partnership with the State University of New York (SUNY), providing holistic support to economically and academically disadvantaged students from New York State.
Support services include financial aid, tutoring, counseling, and intensive 1:1 advising with small cohorts of students to ensure their retention, graduation, and success. The Director serves as the University’s representative to SUNY Office of Opportunity Programs, provides leadership in all aspects of the program to support student success and graduation, supervises a team of 9 staff members, and works collaboratively with units that are within the Division of Undergraduate Education and across the Stony Brook campus. The incumbent must possess outstanding written, verbal, and interpersonal communication skills; experience successfully working independently as well as part of a team with a collaborative approach to problem solving; strong organizational and time management skills with exceptional attention to detail; and strong leadership skills.
Office Leadership, Operations, and Staff Supervision: The EOP Director provides overall leadership of the EOP program.
This includes supervising all office services and operations, including tracking all 1:1 and small group counseling, tutoring services, and peer mentoring opportunities. The Director works collaboratively to maintain a high-quality program that is focused on student service and student advocacy, and strengthens the culture of success. The Director supervises the professional staff and faculty who support the summer program, oversees hiring, training, and evaluation of all staff members.
The Director also provides professional development opportunities to promote staff growth and continuous learning. The Director has responsibility for budget planning and fiscal management. The Director ensures that the University complies with all SUNY reporting, including submitting regular required budgets and reports on outcomes of EOP students’ progress and performance.
Program Administration and Student Outreach: The EOP Director leads programming and event efforts that build community within the EOP program.
This includes the coordination and administration of the EOP 5-week summer program for new students that provides an effective transition to Stony Brook and supports student success. The Director develops and updates the EOP summer and academic year curriculum. The Director also oversees recognition events, social activities, skill building programs, major selection and career planning workshops, and other services centered around student success. The Director also works collaboratively with other campus units on University-wide programs and events in which EOP students participate.
Liaison Relationships and Committee Leadership: The EOP Director serves as a liaison to multiple internal and external constituencies.
The Director is the principal University liaison and representative to SUNY in all matters related to EOP, and attends regular meetings of all SUNY EOP Directors in Albany. The Director also maintains relationships with EOP alumni and friends of the program, providing opportunities for involvement. The Director partners with Admissions on recruitment and yield activities as well as Student Orientation & Family programs on all orientation-related events.
The Director also maintains liaison relationships with all advising units, academic departments, the Finish in 4 Team, Financial Aid, Registrar’s Office, Bursar, Division of Undergraduate Education, Budget Office, Accounting, Governmental Relations, Advancement, Alumni Relations, and many units that comprise the Division of Student Affairs. The EOP Director serves on the leadership team in the Division of Undergraduate Education, the Advising Leads team, the University-wide Academic Success Team, the Undergraduate Council, the Undergraduate Program Directors, and other committees as assigned or appropriate.
Other duties or projects as assigned as appropriate to rank and departmental mission.
Special Notes: This is a full time appointment. FLSA Exempt position, not eligible for the overtime provisions of the FLSA. Minimum salary threshold must be met to maintain FLSA exemption. Weekend hours are required. Stony Brook University is 100% tobacco-free as of January 1, 2016. See our policy and learn more at stonybrook.edu/tobaccofree . Pursuant to Executive Order 161, no State entity, as defined by the Executive Order, is permitted to ask, or mandate, in any form, that an applicant for employment provide his or her current compensation, or any prior compensation history, until such time as the applicant is extended a conditional offer of employment with compensation. If such information has been requested from you before such time, please contact the Governor’s Office of Employee Relations at(518) 474-6988or via email email@example.com. About Stony Brook: Stony Brook University, home to many highly ranked graduate research programs, is located 60 miles from New York City on Long Island's scenic North Shore. Our 1,100-acre campus is home to 24,000 undergraduate, graduate, and doctoral students and more than 13,500 faculty and staff. SBU is a comprehensive research-intensive university and a member of the prestigious Association of American Universities (AAU), which includes 34 public universities among its 62 members. SBU consists of 12 schools and colleges and a teaching hospital that provides state-of-the-art healthcare in the Long Island region. SBU also manages and performs joint research with Brookhaven National Laboratory, the only Department of Energy Laboratory in the Northeast, and shares doctoral programs with Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory, a world-renowned molecular biology institute. Home to the Emerson String Quartet, the Jackson Pollack House in East Hampton, New York, the Humanities Institute, and the Southampton Arts Program, and with endeavors that extend to the Turkana Basin Institute in Kenya and the Ranomafana National Park in Madagascar, SBU sustains an international reputation that cuts across the arts, humanities, social sciences, and natural sciences.Stony Brook University is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity employer. We encourage protected veterans, individuals with disabilities, women and minorities to apply.If you need a disability related accommodation, please call the University Human Resource Services Department at (631) 632- 6161 or the University Hospital Human Resources Department at (631) 444-4700. In accordance with the Title II Crime Awareness and Security Act, a copy of our crime statistics is available upon request by calling (631) 632- 6350. It can also be viewed on line at the University Police website at http://www.stonybrook.edu/police.
Job:Administrative & Professional (non-Clinical)
Title:Director of Educational Opportunity Program
Associate Director Of Educational Opportunity Fund Program (Eof)
Under the supervision of the Executive Director of EOF and Academic Development, the Associate Director supports the Director in the overall day-to-day administration of the EOF Program and in implementing an intentional enrollment management framework that moves scholars from prospects to active alumni. Responsibilities include assisting in the development of strategic goals, program planning, budgeting, policy formation, outcomes assessment, and annual reporting/compliance with the State/University. The Associate Director will supervise staff including the EOF counselors and Assistant Director. The Associate Director will also supervise support staff (Program Assistants, Part-time Employees, Graduate Assistants, Interns, Scholar Workers), and co-coordinate the annual Residential Summer Academy, Non-EOF retention programs and scholar development initiatives.
Assists in the development of strategic goals for EOF including the annual review of EOF staffing, Summer Academy, year-round programming, advising structure and caseload distribution, and all forms/processes. Monitors the workflow of the program and recommends policy changes. Acts as liaison to University academic and administrative offices in support of EOF initiatives, programs and services.
Assists in the completion of assessment/evaluation reports requested by the University and the State.
Assists in the implementation of EOF budgets
Assists in annual reporting and compilation of student rosters and contracts in compliance with state regulations.
Administers and supervises the planning and coordination of the EOF counseling program.
Trains, supervises and evaluates EOF counseling staff according to state regulations and University standards including, but not limited to, the following areas: caseload management, advisee outreach, four-year curricular/co-curricular planning, professional development, documentation and reporting of advisement experience and utilization of available technology/resources in the delivery of advising/counseling services.
Trains, supervises and evaluates the EOF Program Assistant including, but not limited to, the following areas: creates effective partnerships with internal/external constituents, scheduling, purchasing, payroll, mailings, office management, web based applications, catering, room booking, event planning and other clerical duties as assigned.
Trains, supervises and evaluates EOF part-time hires, graduate assistants, interns, and student workers.
Coordinates the Financial Aid outreach for scholars including, but not limited to: completion of FAFSA, HESAA documentation, NJFAMS log in, verification and other requirements related to scholarships, loans, payment plans, grants, and successful progress towards graduation guidelines.
Co-coordinates the EOF Summer Academy including, but not limited to: supervises and coordinates the recruitment process as it pertains to the testing and orientation of summer program scholars, oversight of the summer program academic course scheduling process. Coordinates the review of the academic progress of program participants, oversees the development and publication of scholar/faculty handbooks. Serves as program liaison and coordinates planning meetings with Academic Departments, Dining Services, Summer Sessions, Student Activities, Academic Success Center and other campus/SDCL partners. Co-coordinates, develops and monitors the hiring of scholar summer staff. Monitors all summer tutorial/academic support services, financial aid services, and residence life. Constructs and monitors summer budget and budget expenditures. Supervises all program staff. Oversees coordination of the registration process for academic year follow-up courses.
Monitors the academic progress of scholars through the use of progress reports, alert systems and other technologies/systems. Ensure scholars in academic jeopardy are advised and provided the proper referrals and mandatory support.
Assists in developing goals/strategic plans of the EOF Advisory Board and serves as co-chair.
Serves as program liaison for learning communities.
Oversees staffs’ external and internal partnerships.
Oversight of the Academic Launch enrollment program for males from prospect to active alumni status.
Co-coordinates the EOF Graduate Program including, but not limited to: monitoring completion of program objectives, monitoring financial aid process for program participants and designing assessment/evaluations/reports.
Participates in campus-wide committees (e.g. search committees) as appointed by the Executive Director in support of the strategic plan of Student Development and Campus Life and advocacy for EOF scholar programs.
Plans, implements, and evaluates scholar success programs and outreach initiatives for all EOF scholars and at-risk groups (e.g. scholars in academic difficulty, non-registered continuing scholars, undeclared)
Oversees scholars’ success initiatives in the area of community service, leadership, financial literacy, career development, mentorship, cultural awareness, social justice and program advocacy.
Conducts assessment and/or utilizes data compiled from standardized assessment tools and in-house data collection to ensure that current programs and services are achieving established goals related to scholar learning, retention, and satisfaction.
Co-coordinate the EOF Alumni network and Community Board to include involvement in scholar success programs and other pertinent initiatives.
Participates in internal and external managerial development trainings (e.g. budget, technology).
Participates in conferences and professional associations regarding learning, retention, and satisfaction of scholars from disadvantaged backgrounds (pending the availability of funds). KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES:
Wide knowledge of best practices and theory regarding success strategies for students who originate from low-income areas.
Wide knowledge of the principles of budget planning, development and administration.
Ability to develop meaningful relationships with state agencies and other external partners that have a working relationship with the program.
Ability to assist in the management of a college program or unit, including setting benchmarks/goals, planning and implementing work programs and developing policies and procedures as it pertains to the University Strategic Plans.
Ability to evaluate program performance and develop alternative methods to improve performance and meet established objectives.
Ability to develop program ideas or concepts and prepare proposals or funding.
Ability to develop, administer and monitor a program budget.
Ability to develop and recommend program policies.
Ability to prepare and/or direct the preparation of clear reports and studies that include findings and recommendations.
Ability to represent the college at conferences, seminars or meetings.
Ability to supervisor and/or maintain essential records and files.
Performs other duties as assigned. The above statements reflect the general details considered necessary to describe the principal functions of the job as identified, and shall not be considered as a detailed description of all work requirements that may be inherent in the position. Master’s degree required. Three (3) years of full-time professional experience working in higher education with experience in the design, implementation and evaluation of retention services/programs required. Professional supervisory experience preferred. Experience in first-generation scholar persistence initiatives, Enrollment Management, Academic Advising, Academic Support and Financial Aid preferred. Demonstrated ability to work with a team of diverse faculty, staff, and scholars is essential. ID: 2017-1724 External Company Name: Montclair State University External Company URL: www.montclair.edu
Educational Program Coordinator II
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Job no:472818 Work type:Support Staff Pay Grade:12 Major Administrative Unit / College:College Of Agriculture And Nat Resources Department:Food Laws And Regulations Institute 10002345 Salary:Salary Commensurate with Experience Location:East Lansing Categories:Full Time (90-100%), Administrative Professionals- AP, Administrative/Business/Professional Position Summary The educational program coordinator is the primary support person for prospective students. Responsibilities include answering inquiries about the program and assisting students with enrolling through MSU’s Lifelong education system; issuing community IDs, processing non-credit payments and adding non-credit students to courses as needed.
Additionally, this position assists instructors with course access and course management in D2L, including syllabus updates, merging food science and law courses, opening and closing course portals, updating module and news item availability dates and assigning due dates, uploading videos to Kaltura and linking them to the courses, entering book requirements on the Registrar’s website, producing student lists, monitoring student participation and following up as needed with add/drop/transfer/incomplete requests. In addition to working with faculty and students, the educational program coordinator also collaborates with other administrative units on delivery of IFLR courses (e.g.: MSU Registrar, MSU Libraries, Department of Food Science and Human Nutrition, MSU College of Law, Online Master’s in Food Safety) and coordinates with outside universities (UoC and UAEU) for student enrollment, invoicing, wire transfers and grade submissions. Regular functions of this position include uploading and reviewing the semester course schedules and submitting new courses for approval on the MSU Registrar’s website; monitoring students’ progress through the certificate program and providing timely information and advice; responding to students’ questions and concerns; maintaining student and alumni database; producing reports for student enrollments, billings, annual reporting, and IFLR tuition reimbursement purposes; maintaining CashNet site; processing payments; following up with enrollments; assisting with course evaluations, grade submissions, and issuing certificates of completion, and updating print material and website as needed.
The educational program coordinator will also be called on to represent the Institute for Food Laws and Regulations (IFLR) at conferences, workshops and trade shows as needed. Unit Specific Education/Experience/Skills Knowledge equivalent to that which normally would be acquired by completing a four-year college degree program; one to three years of related and progressively more responsible or expansive work experience in planning and overseeing seminars and conferences including public relations, organizing and disseminating training materials and information both written and web-based; budgeting, records maintenance, and computer support; experience in database, spreadsheet, word processing, desktop publishing, web site development and management; or an equivalent combination of education and experience. Desired Qualifications Desired qualifications include exceptional written and interpersonal communication skills, experience with the Desire 2 Learn (D2L) online course delivery platform and experience with MSU’s Enterprise Business System (EBS). Preference will be given to candidates that have experience managing online educational programs within a University setting.
Required Application Materials Please submit a resume, cover letter, and three professional references. Work Hours STANDARD 8-5 Bidding Eligibility Ends 11/21/2017 @ 11:55 PM Advertised:Nov 8, 2017Eastern Standard Time
Educational Debt Counseling And Financial Management Program Manager
Work Unit Description As Oregon's only public academic health center, OHSU educates the physicians, nurses, dentists, and other health care professionals who will lead the state's health care providers in the future. Our students thrive through innovative curricula, access to world-class tools and experiences, and learning new ways of working in the health professions. As students prepare for your pursuit of higher learning at Oregon Health & Science University, they take on many exciting responsibilities and challenges. The pursuit of funding is a responsibility, but it doesn't have to be a challenge. The Educational Debt Counseling and Financial Management Program is designed to be an educational and counseling resource for the students of OHSU to help our students better understand the fiscal challenges while participating in an OHSU field of study. Almost every student who attends OHSU does so with the help of financial assistance of some kind. Generally students fund their degree by borrowing from the Federal Government or from a private financial institution such as a bank. Regardless of how a student chooses to fund their time at OHSU, they are doing so by taking on a future financial responsibility. By helping to mentor and educate students while they are attending OHSU, the Student Debt Management Program strives to help students create their own educational debt management plan so that they have a better understanding of their obligations and options after graduation.
, Hours, FTE, Salary Range
FTE: 1.0, Full Time
Schedule: Monday - Friday, Schedule may vary. Occasional evening and weekend work
Salary Range: $59,123 - $73,989 * Location: Portland, OR (Marquam Hill), some travel based on department needs
Job Type: Unclassified
/Duties of Position The Manager of the Educational Debt Counseling and Financial Management Program is responsible for managing a program at OHSU that delivers academic program-specific, specialized, debt management and financial literacy information for OHSU alumni and trainees (e.g., students, post-doctoral fellows). The accrediting bodies for several educational programs require OHSU to provide a specific level of debt counseling and education to trainees in order to meet accreditation standards. This position will be responsible for managing an institution-wide program to meet these accreditation responsibilities and will manage an ongoing educational program in conjunction with the schools and the Provost’s Office to meet all debt management and financial counseling goals. Key Responsibilities Include but are not limited to:
Develop and lead an institution-wide program to ensure compliance with academic program specific accrediting body standards related to debt management counseling
Provide information related to managing educational debt (tuition/fees and other direct educational expenses) as well as provide a focus on the impact of non-educational debt on cumulative indebtedness.
Handle complex and delicate financial situations that require extreme tact, a vast amount of knowledge about policy and regulation and the ability to analyze information quickly to come up with the best solution.
Successfully manage emotionally charged situations and work with the programs to attend to individuals’ needs while effectively preparing and advising trainees. Provide counseling in various ways, including individual sessions, group counseling sessions as well as researching, creating and maintaining interactive information materials for self –service via the website.
A bachelor’s degree in Business Administration, Management, Public Administration, or a field directly related to the position will substitute for five years of the required experience
Hold a Financial Counselor, Credit Counselor or Debt Specialist certification from an organization such as AFCPE, Center for Financial Certifications, NACCC, NFCC, and NIFE
Five years of experience administering or coordinating a project or program related to financial management and debt counseling
Extensive experience with loan repayment options and programs including the forecasting of loan repayment amounts given multiple variables
Past experience in developing programs to deliver financial management and debt counseling to a lay audience
Seven years of experience providing general financial advising and/or financial planning
Strong research and analytical skills to create processes and business practices involving many different agencies and complex regulations
Advanced skill in Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel, and other computer applications necessary to create and deliver comprehensive, interactive, web-based counseling materials
Experience in coordination and management of complex on-going projects or programs
Ability to professionally present information to and counsel diverse and/or large groups about a variety of topics, applying consistent and empathetic professional judgment
Thorough and accurate knowledge of loan programs and repayment terms
Ability to multi-task and to work efficiently without supervision
Demonstrable record of reliable attendance, punctuality and proven successful performance at past and present employers
* A master’s degree in Business Administration, Management, Public Administration, or a field directly related to the position
Additional Details Working conditions:
Travel to OHSU regional campuses to meet with and provide services to students at those sites. Meet with individuals outside of normal working hours, necessitating occasional evening and weekend work. Oregon Health & Science University values a diverse and culturally competent workforce. We are proud of our commitment to being an equal opportunity, affirmative action organization that does not discriminate against applicants on the basis of any protected class status, including disability status and protected veteran status. Individuals with diverse backgrounds and those who promote diversity and a culture of inclusion are encouraged to apply. To request reasonable accommodation contact the Affirmative Action and Equal Opportunity Department at 503-494-5148 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Job Title: Educational Debt Counseling and Financial Management Program Manager
Department:* Office of the Provost
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Assistant Professor, Educational Leadership Program - School Of Education - Fall 2018
Job Summary: Location: Metropolitan Campus in Teaneck, New Jersey with travel to Campus at Florham and off-site locations required.
Summary of Position: The faculty position in the Educational Leadership program within the School of Education at Fairleigh Dickinson University will teach graduate courses in educational leadership and assist in maintaining CAEP accreditation. Responsibilities include teaching graduate courses, advising candidates, recruiting teachers from K-12 school districts, fostering collaborations between the School of Education and K-12 school districts, keeping current on the latest research and scholarship in the field of educational leadership, and advancing the knowledge and addressing the challenges of training future principals and supervisors for leadership within a school district.
1. Teach graduate courses in Educational Leadership and in other programs, if necessary. 2. Collaborate with faculty from The School of Education and with K-12 school districts on many initiatives to improve the quality of education for all children in our schools. 3.
Help assist in CAEP accreditation of the Educational Leadership program including: collection and analysis of data for an Annual Report, writing the Annual Report, ensuring all plans outlined in the accreditation report are being implemented, ensuring that all instruments for collection of data are valid and reliable. 4. Recruit, advise, supervise, and mentor graduate students. 5. Assist in the admission of new candidates. 6.
Help to oversee the New Jersey Department of Education certification of candidates in conjunction with the Office of Certification.
1. An earned doctorate in Educational Leadership 2.
Experience in a K-12 environment, minimum 3 years teaching and 2 years leadership. 3. Administrative experience in a school district 4. Experience with development and teaching of on-line programs strongly recommended 5.
Experience in collection and analysis of assessment data strongly recommended 6. Employment is contingent upon a satisfactory background check. Candidates for hire will be required to sign a waiver authorizing the background check and produce a Social Security Card.
Status: Full-Time Campus: Metropolitan Campus, Teaneck, NJ Hiring Manager: Miriam Singer Department: School of Education-Metro
Director Of Center For Educational Technologies
Advertisement Director of The Center for Educational Technologies College of Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical Sciences Texas A&M University The College of Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical Sciences (CVM) (http://vetmed.tamu.edu/) at Texas A&M University invites applications/nominations for the position of Director of The Center for Educational Technologies. This position is for a full time professor or associate professor, professional track or tenure position.
The successful candidate will become the Director of the Center for Educational Technologies (CET), and will have a joint appointment in one of the five departments within the College, depending on the individual s area of interest and expertise. Qualifications for the position include an advanced degree (e.g., MS, MBA, PhD, DVM/VMD, MD) and experience in instructional technologies, pedagogy, and/or business operations. The successful candidate will articulate a vision for the use of instructional technologies in the DVM curriculum, create a strategic plan for the direction of the Center, and collaborate with the team to implement it.
The candidate should have a demonstrated interest and/or expertise in instructional technologies, agricultural education, and/or adult education. Board certification and/or other advanced degrees will be considered a positive factor. Responsibilities of this position are focused on creating and implementing an annual strategic plan, supervising a diverse team, and working with the Program Manager to ensure the financial wellness of the Center.
Additionally, the individual will work with the team to create and implement a sales and marketing plan and secure extra-mural funding to meet the annual operating budget. The individual will also provide additional support to the CVM, such as serving on the curriculum committee and participating in promotional events. A complete job description may be found at this link: http://vetmed.tamu.edu/files/vetmed/vibs/Director_of_CET.pdf The Center for Educational Technologies was founded in 2010 at the Texas A&M University College of Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical Sciences.
Its mission is to partner with subject matter experts to blend best practices in student-‐centered learning with innovative technologies to create uniquely interactive learning experiences. The Center is staffed by 9 fulltime employees, including 3 faculty (all with advanced degrees in education), 4 multimedia specialists, a program manager, and a project manager. The CET has experience successfully managing over $4 million of competitive grants, industry contacts and USDA cooperative agreements.
To date, the CET team has collaborated with 44 subject matter experts to develop over 150 learning resources in support of student education and continuing education. These resources are distributed via the CET s web-based learning management system, serving approximately 5,000 veterinary students annually at 10 veterinary colleges across the United States and Canada. The CET also has extensive experience developing curricula; including the veterinary curriculum at TAMU and partnering with the United States Department of Agriculture on a $1.4 million project to develop a comprehensive curriculum to support agricultural capacity building in developing countries.
For more information on the CET and to view a portfolio of work, visit www.tamucet.org. Texas A&M University is the oldest public institution of higher education in Texas and one of the nation s largest and most dynamic universities. More than 60,000 students are enrolled in the University s 10 academic colleges with approximately 9,000 pursuing graduate or professional degrees.
Texas A&M University is a major research university with a growing international focus, and outstanding public and private support. Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled. Applicants should submit a letter of intent includin
Sr. Director Of Software Engineering - Educational Saas Company!
Sr. Director of Software Engineering
Educational SaaS Company! Sr. Director of Software Engineering
Educational SaaS Company! - Skills Required
Technical Vision, Enterprise Applications, Team Leadership, SaaS Based in Newark, NJ, we are a well-established SaaS company focused on the non-profit industry! We are currently seeking a Sr. Director of Software Engineering to collaborate with senior-level executives on guiding our technical vision, as well as leading technical teams and interfacing with our stakeholders.
What You Need for this Position A Master's in Computer Science, Software Engineering, or similar, and more Than 8 Years of experience and knowledge of: - Direct Leadership role in enterprise software development/application development fields
Proven track record for driving technical vision, delivery, and operational performance improvements across an organization
Ability to present and communicate ideas clearly to both technical and non-technical audiences Interviews are currently being held, so please fill out the screening questions to be considered for the role! Applicants must be authorized to work in the U.S. CyberCoders, Inc is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.
Your Right to Work – In compliance with federal law, all persons hired will be required to verify identity and eligibility to work in the United States and to complete the required employment eligibility verification document form upon hire.
*Sr. Director of Software Engineering
- Educational SaaS Company!* NJ-NewarkLC3-1408714
EDUCATIONAL DIRECTOR: IMMEDIATE HIRE Master's degree in ECE or Education; Certification Early Childhood and five (5) years exp in a classroom setting. Strong leadership and training skills; Excellent oral and written communication skill; Flexibility and ability to work under pressure and meet many deadlines; Excellent computer skills; Bilingual English/Spanish preferred, but not required. RESPONSIBILITIES: Daily operation of the program; Lead staff meetings and attend monthly meetings; Actively participate in the recruitment of children; Supervise classroom employees and volunteers at the child care center; Develop and plan the educational program for the child care center; Provide support for teachers; Maintain a visible presence to classroom staff, students and preschool families; promote the vision of the center and present it to parents and the community.
Assistant Director Of Educational Financing
Assistant Director of Educational Financing
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089746 Department 4703- GNS Enrollment Management
Job Type Officer Full-Time Regular
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12 Salary Range
Commensurate with experience
Advertised Summary Job Description The School of General Studies Office of Educational Financing has an opening for a Assistant Director of Educational Financing. Reporting to the Associate Director of Educational Financing, The Assistant Director administers financial aid services for student veterans attending the School of General Studies.
These responsibilities include but are not limited to counseling, file review, needs analysis, award determination, and the certification and reconciliation of VA educational benefits (i.e. Post 9/11 GI Bill, VA Vocational Rehabilitation, etc.). The position also provides general support to the Schools Educational Financing department and assists with all financial aid services provided to GS students. a. Provides counseling services related to veterans' benefits and financial aid to prospective and current military veterans and eligible dependents Coordinates the School of General Studies Yellow Ribbon Program participation and liaises with the Veterans Benefits Administration on all student educational veteran benefit issues for GS. b.
Following institutional policies and procedures, awards federal, state and institutional financial aid. Enters determined awards in PowerFAIDS. Originates and trouble-shoots federal and private educational loans, and completes the required federal verification process for identified applicants. c.
Performs all functions necessary to assist GS veterans with federal and institutional financial aid processing, including counseling students on availability of aid, completing benefit eligibility certification, outlining educational financing options and debt management issues, and responding to student inquiries. d. Assists with the planning, organizing, and the execution of educational and outreach events/orientation for GS financial aid and educational veteran benefits. e. Processes advance refund requests and compiles all necessary supporting documents in partnership with Student Financial Services for GS student veterans in need of this support. f.
As directed, responds to and completes special outside agency forms, including forms for Veterans Benefits Administration, Vocational Rehabilitation and Employment. g. Collaborates with the Office of University Financial Aid to enhance reporting and systems in support of efficient delivery of funds to students, and to ensure compliance with Executive Order 13607 and the Principles of Excellence. Oversees the schools participation in the annual Veteran's Administration and financial aid audits. h. Performs other duties as assigned or requested
Minimum Qualifications for Grade
meet these minimum qualifications to be considered an applicant Bachelor's degree and/or its equivalent required. 3 years minimum experience required with general knowledge of Title IV regulations and needs analysis or knowledge of the GI Bill and veterans educational benefits; excellent interpersonal skills required. Must be detailed oriented. Experience with Microsoft Word and Excel required; experience with PowerFAIDS and other computer systems at the University highly desirable. Would consider limited financial aid experience replaced with significant interpersonal skills or experience counseling students on veteran educational benefits. Additional Position-Specific Minimum Qualifications
meet these minimum qualifications to be considered an applicant
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HIPAA Compliance training required
Participation in Medical Surveillance required
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Requisition Open Date 09-22-2017
Requisition Close Date Open Until Filled
Quick Link jobs.columbia.edu/applicants/Central?quickFind=164884
EEO Statement Columbia University is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer --Race/Gender/Disability/Veteran.
Local Hiring Columbia University is committed to the hiring of qualified local residents.
Educational Program Associate, 4-H Afterschool Youth Development
Plan, coordinate and deliver quality youth development programming to elementary school youth during before and after school hours and summers. Work as a team member with site coordinator, other 4-H staff and volunteers to provide a variety of outcome based, educational, fun, hands-on learning experiences targeted to youth in grades K-6. Hands-on learning will have a heavy emphasis on Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) programming. With the use of 4-H curricula staff will implement engaging STEM programs using hands-on tools like Lego robotics and other STEM program. Develop partnerships with parents, school and community members. Each team members works with three after school site locations. We will hire two positions: one position will work with three after school sites within the Grandview School District and one additional positions will work within the Kansas City Missouri School district.
60 semester hours of course work from an accredited college or university with a minimum of six hours in one or more of the domains of the 4-H Professional Research and Knowledge (PRK) taxonomy for youth development. Domains are youth and adult development, learning strategies and education, organizational systems and resource management, community partnerships and volunteerism.
Experience in group work that involved direct care and interaction with children, such as YMCA, daycare, schools, recreational facilities etc. may be substituted on a year-for-year basis for the stated education. Ability and willingness to learn and implement hands-on learning that has a heavy emphasis on Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM). Ability to travel locally on regular basis and occasionally across Missouri using own vehicle. Ability to work flexible hours including some evenings and weekends is required to fulfill assigned responsibilities.
Experience working with elementary and middle school age youth a definite plus. Experience with technology, computers and science is desirable. Candidate should be organized, accurate, and dependable with positive attitude and willingness to work as part of a team. Need to have strong communication skills and ability to partner with parents and other community members to provide a quality program. Candidate should have experience or interest in hands-on programming in leadership, health, and science.
Locations: Kansas City Missouri School District (1 positions) or Grandview Missouri School District (1 position)
Minimum Posting Period: Applications continue to be accepted for these positions until they are filled.
Salary: Starting salary $11.80 to $13.00 an hour. Salary adjustments may be made based on related experience.
Grant Funded: We will be hiring two full time positions. This position is funded through a contract with the Local Investment Commission (LINC). This contract is renewed annually.
How to Apply: Only online applications through University of Missouri website will be accepted. Go to: University of Missouri Extension jobs or http://extension.missouri.edu/about/jobs.aspx
Job ID: 24325 (Grandview); 24457 (Kansas City)
Questions regarding the on-line application process please call: 573-882-7976. Questions regarding the position contact: Beth Rasa Edwards 816.252.5051.
Hours: 40hours a week. This is a before and after school program so hours during the year round program will vary according to the program schedule, including the possibility of split shift requirements. Occasional evening and weekend requirements.
Benefits: Competitive Salary; position has Flexible Benefit Package including Health Insurance, Holidays, Sick Leave, Funeral Leave, Vacation, Personal Days, Training and Development Opportunities, University of Missouri Educational Fee Assistance.
Detailed Description of Duties:
1) Advocate for positive youth development practices in the school and community.
2) Participate in planning, marketing, implementing and evaluating 4-H youth development programs.
3) Instruct youth development program utilizing 4-H curriculum and selected subject matter.
4) Assist in the management of financial and in-kind resources.
5) Coordinate and/or conduct educational events, contests and programs.
6) Report accomplishments and impacts to appropriate sources including supervisor, site coordinator, site council, funders and stakeholders.
7) Assist in record keeping, data entry, performance tracking and evaluation activities including the distribution and collection of pre-and post-survey and other data collection instruments.
8) Build relationships with parents, recruit adult and youth participants, and provide resource and referrals to address the needs of families.
9) Participate in training and development opportunities including child abuse and neglect policies, CPR and First Aid, technology, youth development practices and other skills appropriate for the position.
10) Adhere to and conduct programming in accordance with Civil Rights Act, Title IX, Rehabilitation Act and state and regional affirmative action plans.
Accountability: Primary supervision will be received from a 4-H Youth Development Specialist. The person hired will be a University of Missouri employee.
University of Missouri Extension does not discriminate on the basis of race color, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, religion, age, disability or status as a Vietnam-era veteran in employment or programs.
MU is a land-grant university, meaning it is a part of a federally mandated mission to carry the benefits of university research beyond campus. Federal legislation in the 1800s provided for the donation of public land to individual states. Missourians chose to apply their land grants to the existing Columbia campus. This created two universities in one — a land-grant institution leading in research for all citizens of the state, across the nation and around the world, and an intellectual center to advance liberal arts scholarship. Today, through statewide offices, publications and Web-based services, extension faculty in every county of Missouri continue to carry the benefits of MU research throughout the entire state.
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