Position Number: 00107246
Primary Function of Organization Unit: The Gen. Hugh Shelton Leadership Center (SLC) was founded in 2002 following the retirement of Gen. Shelton as Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff by Gen. Shelton as a means of "giving back" to his alma mater and to assist in the development of the next generation of values-based leaders. Center outreach programs focus on leadership development within corporate, governmental, educational, non-profit and youth development organizations. Gen. Shelton was greatly influenced by his childhood experiences within an "Extension family" and surrounded by citizen leaders who were committed to the ideals of positive youth development. The mission of the Center is: To inspire, educate, and develop values-based leaders committed to personal integrity, professional ethics, and selfless service. The Center focuses on intergenerational programming that validates the importance of youth/adult partnerships in program design and delivery. The core programs of the Center are: Youth leadership training (collegiate and high school); National Leadership Forums (corporate to student); leadership scholarship programs (inclusive of service learning and international experiential learning); executive education (corporate, governmental and educational); and youth and adult agency outreach programs. As an organization that works across all colleges, the SLC seeks to become a leadership hub for the University, providing external sources with up-to-date information relative to all leadership programs and education offered by the University; and providing internal University partners with information on collaboration opportunities and, in general, with access to a communication hub for leadership topics.
Essential Job Duties: This position will serve as a member of the Program's Leadership Team which exists to oversee all new, updated and existing programming for the Shelton Leadership Center for consistency throughout all phases to include: administrative, policy, development, implementation and follow-up. * Serve as the Schedule Manager for programs, utilizing Air Table software as the management tool. * Provide organizational and programmatic support to the Director and Associate Directors. * Provide support with communications and strategic marketing. * Serve as Program Manager on special projects at the request of the Director or Associate Directors * Consult and assist Director in the preparation of reports, programs, and presentations for the Board of Advisors and other constituent meetings, including updated plans and metrics, outreach, strategies, and outcomes of the Center's programs This position requires driving to events.
Department Required Skills: - Excellent written and verbal skills - Excellent Interpersonal skills - Experience with Program/Team Management software - Efficiency in Google applications; Microsoft Excel, Work, and PowerPoint - Demonstrated experience working collaboratively with all levels of an organization - Proven ability to build relationships, trust, and connections with diverse people and groups - Experience working with pre-college and college student programs - Facilitation skills, including the ability to support groups through difficult discussions, and create processes and structures to help groups move forward - Ability to continually analyze and evaluate processes and programs to create innovative and strategic improvements - Ability to work both independently and as part of a team
Preferred Experience, Skills, Training/Education: - Bachelor's Degree in Business Administration or related business area - 10+ years of program management or related business experience - 5+ years of work experience working in or with the nonprofit sector or applicable experience with increasing responsibility
Necessary Licenses and Certifications: - NC Driver's License is required and must be maintained as a condition of employment.
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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