Coordinates and provides administrative support to an ongoing program at the University.
Possesses, understands, and applies a comprehensive knowledge that crosses fields of specialization. Understands and uses effective management techniques.
May serve as liaison with other areas of specialization to obtain support or technical expertise for projects..
Operates with considerable latitude for unreviewed action. Provides direction and supervision of graduate or undergraduate research assistants involved in experiments or research.
Prepares recurring program reports for management use.
May participate in preparing grant proposals to state and federal agencies and private foundations.
May participate in budget planning and preparation and assist in controlling expenditures in accordance with budget allocations for the program.
May conduct formal training or instruction in a classroom setting.
Interacts with faculty, staff and students to promote the goals and objective of the program.
Performs other job related duties as required.
Bachelor's degree and no experience.
Bachelor’s or Master’ degree with 2 years experience in education research
The successful applicant will assist with coordinating the research efforts on the impact of intervention programs, such as the Summer Scholars Academy, Freshmen Interest Group and Undergraduate Research Guild Experience, on the success of students to earn a STEM degree. Formative and summative evaluation through multiple forms of field-based evidence, such as interviews, will be used to discern the impact of these programs and all curricular and co-curricular activities on the outcomes of the scholars. The program coordinator will also assist with coordination of program activities, documenting and collecting data to report to the evaluator and assist with duties associated with program evaluation.
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Internal Number: STA004415
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