Project Director, Title III Grant (Grant Funded Position)
Implement, manage, and supervise the Comp-Tech Title III project including: setting project goals, establishing tasks and a timeline for completion, assigning project staff, collecting data for project evaluation, and adjusting the project based on ongoing feedback through project assessment. Monitor the program budget, meet project goals through leadership and supervision, and ensure resources are used effectively to support goal achievement.
Provide overall leadership and supervision of the Title III grant program / Comp-Tech from start up to project implementation to completion.
Assist in the recruitment and selection of Title III program staff including two Activity Directors, part-time staff, and consultants.
Provide supervision and guidance to the Title III program staff; annually evaluate program staff.
Meet regularly with Title III Project staff to ensure tasks are accomplished and program goals and objectives are met.
Establish effective communication networks with program staff and executive leadership.
Serve on Title III Steering Committee and schedule regular meetings.
Maintain budget oversight and accurate financial records.
Ensure compliance with institutional policies and relevant state and federal administrative policies and regulations.
Ensure the deliverables identified in the grant narrative are achieved.
Ensure student data is collected and recorded and all activities tracked.
Work effectively with key college administrators and faculty throughout the implementation of grant activities.
Work with Institutional Research and External Evaluator on assessment and evaluation.
Manage and resolve issues that arise during project implementation.
Assist in institutionalizing project activities into the College operations.
Provide status reports to the BCC's Executive Leadership, as requested.
Perform other duties related to the Title III grant.
Minimum Qualifications: Master's degree in Educational Administration, Business Administration, or Public Administration or related field; possess five years administrative experience in higher education; and have experience managing state/federal grant programs. Management of a US Department of Education Title III or TRIO grant preferred. Strong analytical and organizational skills needed to delegate tasks, motivate staff and manage project priorities in a deadline-oriented environment.
Some travel is required and must be available to work a flexible schedule to include evenings and/or weekends.
Knowledge of Monmouth County and its communities preferred.
Position is temporary, Administrative grant-funded subject to the terms of the Administrative contract/availability of grant funding.
Position is subject to yearly grant funding renewal (note: grant period through September 2022).