Academic and Leadership Program Coordinator
Position Number: 00106395
Primary Function of Organization Unit: As one of the eleven academic Departments and two Institutes or Centers in the College of Humanities and Social Sciences (CHASS), the Institute for Nonprofit Research, Education, and Engagement (INPREE) administers a high-quality undergraduate minor in Nonprofit Studies which ensures students can make an educational difference in the community and world. The NPS minor involves community organizations for hands-on learning initiatives and the courses build knowledge and skills for effective nonprofit leadership. The Nonprofit curriculum gives students an opportunity to strengthen their capacity for nonprofit organization and nonprofit leadership through research, education, and engagement. Although there are no undergraduate or graduate degrees in INPREE at NCSU; we do offer a graduate certificate which carries graduate credit. We also partner with other departments to offer specializations in Nonprofit Management. The Institute is a center of expertise which hosts a collaborative community of scholars and practitioners, and a convener and connector for the sharing of campus and community resources to facilitate research-informed policies and practices. Grant and award opportunities are offered to academic scholars and information is provided to assist academic scholars with research publications, presentations, and conferences. The center has the Philanthropy Journal program that delivers news and resource information to help people understand, support and work in the nonprofit/philanthropic works to recognize and solve social problems.
Essential Job Duties: This position serves as the point person in charge of coordinating the planning and executing of various leadership programs of the Institute. Assist with recruiting participants through written and verbal presentations. Planning agendas for the various programs and communicating with faculty to secure instruction. Designing, administering and summarizing program evaluations. Working with participants to be sure they have the materials they need any answer any questions or problem solve issues as they arise before, during, and after the delivery of the programs. Schedule meetings with and for the project team. Designing, editing, and posting to Moodle the materials necessary for participants to complete the leadership programs. Design and create materials for the leadership programs including, itineraries, directories, agendas, etc. Creating and monitoring the webinar sessions associated with the leadership programs. Assisting with presentations and facilitating meetings with prospective organizations interested in participating in a leadership program. Make the necessary postings/messages to the Institute's website and social media. The person in this position will be the point person in charge of registering and advising students in the Nonprofit Studies Minor. Advise students on the requirements for the nonprofit studies minor, and help them to register for the minor. Keep records of the nonprofit minor students and provide data on minors to semi-annual minor faculty meetings. Work with the registrar in CHASS to ensure records are accurate and complete. Plan the graduation celebration for nonprofit minor students in the spring (and fall if numbers permit) Help students problem solve scheduling conflicts and questions about the minor. Work with graduate students and the ambassador program to recruit students to the nonprofit studies minor. Make the necessary announcements, messages for the website and social media.
Department Required Skills: * Ability to work with and advising a diverse population of students and/or student groups. * Working with and/or for nonprofit and social sector organizations. * Exposure to/knowledge of Moodle and Blackboard Collaborate programs. * Ability to manage data within multiple systems. * Writing, marketing, and public speaking skills. * Knowledge and use of social media and website content. * Some knowledge of grant/contract- funded educational projects.
Preferred Experience, Skills, Training/Education: - Masters Degree in a field relevant to the position - One (1) 1- five (5) years experience in program coordination
Necessary Licenses and Certifications: N/A
AA/EOE: NC State University is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, national origin, religion, sex, gender identity, age, sexual orientation, genetic information, status as an individual with a disability, or status as a protected veteran.
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