Under the direction of the Assistant Director of Administration and Research, serves as Program Coordinator for Ohio Sea Grant College Program and Stone Lab handling all aspects of our curriculum program; works with other university departments to align the Stone Laboratory curriculum with departmental and student needs, including degree requirements and General Education Credits; assists with the development of new or revised Stone Laboratory courses and schedules and assists with curriculum testing and/or development as needed; leads registration and enrollment processes for students, faculty, and staff; maintains distribution lists, distribution numbers, and contact information; reviews material content, and maintains complex databases to track and process enrollment for students and faculty, including Stone Lab scholarship recipients; serves as liaison for program with OSU Bookstore, Library, Registrar, Admissions, and academic departments as well as with non-OSU organizations; cultivates existing partnerships and may forge new partnerships for opportunities related to Stone Laboratory courses; may assist with the development of successful proposals for additional funds as needed and on a limited basis; performs other duties as assigned.
Bachelor’s degree in marine or environmental sciences or a related field or an equivalent of education and experience; thorough knowledge of University organization and procedures; ability to work independently, be extremely well organized and attention to detail is a must; excellent written, verbal and presentation communication skills; ability to interact well with staff (at all levels) in a fast-paced environment, sometimes under pressure, remaining flexible, proactive, resourceful, and efficient, with a high level of professionalism; experience in program planning and administration. Occasional travel and flexible work schedule are required.
Knowledge of grant proposal writing desired.
Target Salary: $19.23 - $22.60 Hourly
Job Category: Administrative and Professional
Job Appointment (FTE%):
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