The Program Coordinator manages administrative and operational duties for the NSF Noyce STEM Teacher Pathways Capacity Building Project. The coordinator reports directly to the grant Principal Investigator. Responsibilities include providing administrative support for the project, scheduling meetings, taking meeting minutes, communicating with grant and relevant non-grant personnel, keeping track of relevant documents, and supporting the smooth running of the project. This position is funded 100% by the NSFNOYCESTEM Teacher Pathways grant for one year, ending May 31, 2018. Employment is dependent on continued funding of this grant.
This position is represented by the Lewis & Clark College Support Staff Association Local 4912 of the American Federation of Teachers. http://www.lclark.edu/dept/hr/lccssa.html
Lewis & Clark College will conduct a background check on the finalist. Lewis & Clark College is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to status as a protected veteran or a qualified individual with a disability, or other protected status, such as race, religion, color, national origin, sex or age. Questions regarding Title IX may be referred to the Title IX Coordinator or OCR.
• Logistics, reservations, coordination, and travel arrangements for meetings and activities • Attend grant meetings and take minutes to be shared with all grant personnel • Budgetary: tracking expenditures • Document and data management; recordkeeping. Includes data entry, file creation, organization, distribution, maintenance of files. • Participates in institutional collaborations with PI, Co-PI, other CAS and GSEC offices (Admissions, Registrar, Financial Aid), and GSEC Administrative Services Office to ensure successful grant/program management. • Helps PI and Co-PI monitor progress of grant-funded project goals, outcomes, and deliverables to ensure compliant reporting. • Communicates about grant goals and outcomes with CAS and GSEC faculty and staff • Participates in grant development to obtain future funding • Assists in the development and refinement of materials associated with grant projects
• Demonstrated ability to manage multiple tasks in a fast-paced environment. • Experience tackling complex situations independently with strong implementation, organizational, and time management skills. • Ability to write and communicate effectively. • Excellent oral and written communication skills. Ability to independently craft professional correspondence. Superior editing, proofreading, writing, and creative skills. • Requires superior attention to detail. • Demonstrated understanding of various aspects of research administration, including experience working with funding agencies, proposals and grants, compliance. • Ability to work independently, and effectively develop and maintain professional relationships with students, staff, and faculty. • Commitment to diversity, inclusion, and collaborative decision making in the workplace. Superior customer service skills. • Skilled in PC platforms and experience using software including MS Word, PowerPoint, MS Access, Google Suite. Ability to quickly learn and apply new programs and social media as necessary. • Effective at prioritizing projects, serving a variety of constituents, and experience meeting deadlines. • High School Diploma and three years experience in a professional administrative support position; two years professional experience in higher education; and one year experience in grant management or research administration.
• Bachelor’s degree. • Demonstrated competence in use of spreadsheets and database management software, including but not limited to MS Excel and MS Access. • Experience and knowledge of federal grant policies. • Experience creating newsletters and marketing materials to effectively communicate messages. • Demonstrated experience in proposal development and editing. • Experience working in Teacher Education.
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