The Curry School of Education and Human Development are seeking applicants for the Young Writers Workshop (YWW) Co-Director. This position oversees the development, delivery, administration and evaluation of the YWW education program. The Co-Director is responsible for the success of the program they oversee ensuring that those programs fulfill the overall goal and organization.
The Co-Director completes duties independently including decisions that involve significant resources allocation, program direction or staff training and complex programmatic issues. Confers with co-director and then direct supervisor when faced with a task or situation beyond his/her scope of duties or expertise.
This is a part time position at 28 hours per week with the potential for full time employment in July 2020 contingent on availability of funding and satisfactory performance.
Internal Number: R0009253
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