The Graduate School of Education, in collaboration with the Office of Micro-Credentials, is seeking a highly responsible professional to serve as Micro-Credential Program Assistant. This position manages campus-wide micro-credential program development efforts at the undergraduate, graduate, and professional levels. The position calls for a highly motivated individual with experience in higher education and an interest in academic innovation and new curricular models.
This is a temporary position through May 31st, 2020 with a possibility of extension.
The Micro-Credential Program Assistant must exercise sound and independent judgment to manage aspects of micro-credential development. The incumbent serves as a liaison to campus-wide partners including individual faculty, faculty committees, departmental leadership, and the registrar’s office.
A successful candidate will exhibit strong written and oral communication skills as well as highly developed organizational and project management skills.
Key areas of responsibility include, but are not limited to:
- Manage campus-wide micro-credential proposals according to deadlines as well as anticipated start date.
- Organize and contribute to micro-credential review committee meetings.
- Provide informative presentations to individual faculty and staff, as well as departments/ groups on campus when needed.
- Train and guide campus-wide partners regarding how to appropriately prepare and submit micro-credential proposals and provide critical feedback regarding necessary changes to ensure approval.
- Gather market research and data as requested.
- Create campus-wide communications regarding updates, curricular matters, and administrative procedures.
- Represent the Office of Micro-Credentials at events on campus and regionally.
- Interact regularly and diplomatically campus-wide with a diverse group of internal and external constituents.
Outstanding Benefits Package
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