In collaboration with the Executive Director and Associate Director, this position is responsible for developing and managing Alliance undergraduate and graduate programs administered nationally across 30+ member institutions/partners. The Manager supports the recruitment, application, and selection processes for the consortium's undergraduate research program and works with Alliance support staff on development, evaluation, and administration of specially funded programs for undergraduate research, graduate student development/support, postdoc, early faculty, and alumni career development. Collaboration with Alliance coordinators is further demonstrated through committee work, business meetings, and ongoing review and support of best practices across the consortium. The program manager maintains the Alliance's national database archiving program and outcome data for all participants in Alliance programs. Based on that data, the program manager also leads data visualization and interpretation efforts for the purposes of internal evaluation, external resource guides, and peer-reviewed publications.
Masterâ™s Degree, earned doctoral degree preferred in the biomedical, engineering, physical, social or behavioral sciences.
At least 3-5 years of experience in conducting academic research, managing academic programs, and/or advising undergraduates; experience teaching undergraduates preferred.
Experience in obtaining grant and other funding and in administering and monitoring financial resources for projects.
Demonstrated ability in financial management and accounting, including budget development, management, forecasting and reporting.
Demonstrated ability to evaluate data, identify patterns, and formulate predictions used to make recommendations.
Knowledge and experience in supervision or management of technical and administrative personnel, working groups, or committees.
Ability to work with a high-level advisory group to coordinate data policy-related matters.
Excellent verbal presentation skills, communication in writing and interpersonal skills required.
Strong attention to detail and excellent organizational skills.
Must possess a willingness and ability to support and promote a diverse and inclusive campus community.
Travel to Leadership Alliance events and external workshops and conferences as required.
Background checkÂ - criminal and education verification.
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Manager of Undergraduate & Graduate Programs
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Internal Number: REQ169876
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