The Online Program Manager, reporting directly to the Executive Director Vice Provost of Digital Learning, will manage the day-to-day and long-range initiatives of the office. Successful candidates will have a proven track record of working with stakeholders to support the vision and mission of educational and/or non-profit organizations.
Lead operational planning, preparation, and implementation for projects and meetings.
Provide oversight for the marketing, admissions, and enrollment of online programs.
Work across college administration and departments to ensure effective delivery of online programs.
Track and analyze data to assist in developing new programs for online.
This role will require developing a strong project management discipline, detailed oriented budget keeping, forecasting expenditures for the fiscal year and measuring against targets.
Project Manager will track project progress and ensure the Vice Provost of Digital Learning is up-to-date on project timelines, deliverables, and risks.
Assist in developing and maintaining course schedules, getting courses onto the schedule, and advertising courses.
Budgeting and Administration:
This role will also oversee the department budget; which includes providing the Vice Provost of Digital Learning with budget reports, processing purchase requisitions, and contract support.
Lead, manage and maintain budgets for office of digital learning.
Procure office equipment and supplies.
Be liaison with other Academic Departments and Administrative Offices as needed, to include but not limited to: Office of the Provost/Vice-Provost, Office of The Registrar, Controller Office, and Office of Financial Aid.
Provides administrative oversight and guidance of Office of Digital Learning.
Master's degree or equivalent 5-10 years of experience.
Minimum three years of project management experience.
Minimum three years of experience managing or coordinating administration in a university or office setting (years may be concurrent with project management).
Demonstrated effective verbal communication, writing, interpersonal, research and organizational skills; ability to think critically, strategically and creatively, excellent oral and communication skills.
Proficiency with new tech platforms.
Experience with budget management.
Quick learner who acquires a detailed knowledge of College policies, procedures, and systems.
Must be comfortable and fluent with computers, including confidence to learn new applications quickly. (Word, Excel, Access).
Must have excellent problem solving abilities.
Must be able to handle stress and work under multiple overlapping deadlines.
Ability to be self-directed and to work both independently and as a team member.
Must have strong organizational skills with the demonstrated ability to establish priorities, manage multiple demands and projects, to meet deadlines, to be self-initiated, and to set, follow, and achieve goals.