Posting DetailsPosting Information Vacancy TypeEHRA Non-FacultyIs Internal Transfer OnlyNoWorking TitleProgram CoordinatorSalary RangeAnticipated Hiring RangeSalary will be commensurate with FTE, education and experiencePosition Number00107730Work ScheduleMonday - Friday, 8:00 am - 5:00 pmFull Time Equivalent (FTE).75 - 1.0Department166101 - Ctr Fam & Community EngagementDepartmentCtr Fam & Community EngagementJob City & StateRaleigh, NCPrimary Function of Organizational Unit
The Center for Family and Community Engagement is a public service and research center at North Carolina State University. The center fosters family-community-academic partnerships that are relevant and responsive to families and communities. The center builds these partnerships by supporting community engagement, offering training and technical assistance, and providing evaluation and research services. The center works with interdisciplinary partners on the local, national, and global levels to improve family and community health and well-being. The website for the center is http://www.cface.org/.
The Center has 26 employees and a total annual operating budget of approximately $1.8 million. The revenue is currently from multiple contracts with government agencies. The Center registers more than 2,000 training participants each year for approximately 150 events in the year that take place online and across the 100 counties of the state.Essential Job Duties
The Program Coordinator will act as a liaison between the Center for Family and Community Engagement and state and community agencies in the implementation of select funded programs. This will include resource development and communications that facilitate connections between center grants, programs, funding agencies, and state and federal policy and program protocol. The Program Coordinator will support content development for program training materials, evaluation and strategic planning for scale up of grant program priorities.
General scope of duties:
- Facilitate and develop communications between university grant programs and state and federal agencies that align grant work with specific agency policy and protocol.
- Participate in and contribute to content for meetings, training, presentations, technical assistance and other events relevant to the development of grant program priorities.
- Lead work groups and meetings, as appropriate, for liaison role.
- Use data and applicable resources to develop reports, high level communications, curriculum and program resources.
- Provide and collect evaluative data and assist in its interpretation and dissemination.
- Maintain content expertise by following research, current practice, state and federal policy guidance and public agency program priorities.
- Deliver presentations and training as outlined by grant program priorities.
- Report on project activities and outcomes.
- Develop, contribute to and maintain collegial working relationships with relevant state and federal partners, grant agency staff, and Center and NC State University staff.
- Provide timely submission of professional quality reports, documents and products related to training, program, policy and evaluation requirements.
- Participate in meetings, trainings and events in person when requested to ensure development of collaborative relationships.
- Communicate resource and professional development needs and access University, community and open source resources to complete grant expectations.
- Participate in training and professional development, as requested, to support job duties
- Perform other related duties as assigned.
Bachelor’s degree and five or more years of direct experience with state level program implementation and collaboration.Departmental Required Skills
Experience writing or contributing to reports and/or program plans for state and/or federal agencies.
Working knowledge of federal and state priorities for children and families in at least one publicly funded system.
Access to technology to support internet based communications and training
Proficient in Microsoft Word Suite of Applications or Google Suite of Applications
Excellent time management skills, including the ability to multitask and prioritize work.
Strong written and oral communication skills, with the ability to communicate in a way that enhances professional relationships and partnerships, builds consensus, and supports teamwork.
Ability to work collaboratively with a multidisciplinary team and diverse stakeholders.
Demonstrated ability to:
- Work independently, seeking help from others as needed
- Attention to detail
- Contribute to the development of new programming
- Complete tasks as assigned
- Take the lead on sub tasks
- Coordinate work on subtasks with other team members
- Problem solve and think creatively about how to achieve program goals
Bachelors degree in human services related field
Experience with Qualtrics or other data collection software
Experience with state and federal child welfare programsRequired License or Certification
In the required documents section of this application, you will be required to provide a short writing sample. Please be sure to include a data or graphics display within your sample.Job Open Date08/15/2019Anticipated Closing Date08/29/2019Is this position partially or fully funded on ARRA stimulus monies?NoProposed Hire Date09/01/2019AA/EOE
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