Job Description Summary
The Division of University Outreach is seeking a full-time director for the Center for Educational Outreach and Engagement (CEOE). This position promotes the continuation, development and implementation of k-12 projects, programs and partnerships. The director of CEOE is responsible for developing innovative programming for underserved students and schools, particularly those that provide them with pathways from high school to postsecondary education and provide them with competitive career opportunities. The director will lead and assist with proposal development and execute all aspects of program design, including securing funding and managing budgets. This is a non-tenure track faculty position with administrative and supervisory responsibilities and reports to the Assistant Vice President for University Outreach and Public Service. The Director provides administrative and supervisory responsibility for all CEOE initiatives.
Master’s degree in discipline related to program at the time employment begins.
Experience in design, implementation, delivery and management of educational programs and services is required.
Demonstrated sucess of working in or with an academic enviroment.
Understanding of outcome assessment and continuous quality improvement.
Excellent communication, interpersonal and organizational skills.
Strategizes to ensure that the mission and goals of the CEOE are achieved.
Experience with advocacy for educational outreach programming.
A successful record of securing grant funding for innovative educational projects including experience with grant reporting and maintaining all required documentation.
Experience with supervision and personnel evaluation.
Travel is required.
The sucessful candidate must meet eligibility requirements for work in the United States at the time the appointment is scheduled to begin and continue working legally for the term of employment.
Doctorate strongly desired.
Educational leadership and higher education experience with an emphasis in administration.
Through knowledge of K-12 school systems, regulations and policies.
Knowledge of K-12 policies and procedures required to carry out on-site school programs and to supervise students during off-site excursions.
Knowledge of curriculum and pedagogy related to grant and expected student learning outcomes.
Knowledge of career technical education curriculum and experiential learning leading to satisfaction of the grant requirements.