The candidate in this position will develop, plan, schedule, administer, and evaluate the multiple processes involved in providing professional and continuing education programs and summer youth programs.
Essential functions include but are not limited to: a significant amount of customer service contact with academic enrichment camps, cheer and dance camp vendors, junior high, and high school coaches; campus services entities such as dining, housing, and facilities; communication with continuing education personnel, summer youth program developers, summer staff, and clients to determine course logistics; event management for large and small groups of varying ages; effective marketing and promotion of programs to potential participants; generation of new sources of revenue; and responsible financial management of new and existing programs. Position also requires attention to detail, strong organizational skills, ability to maintain financial records in accordance with university policy, effective management of support staff and student workers, and evening and weekend work (which may include being on call to address situations which may arise after regular work hours during summer months). Occasional out-of-town travel, and ability to lift and carry program materials (including, but not limited to, books, projectors, computers), will also be required. The successful candidate will be able to articulate an appreciation for the mission of a land grant university and relate the mission to the scope and purpose of a fee-for-service continuing education unit.
A commitment to an inclusive and diverse campus environment is required.
Education Level Bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution
Field of Study
Education, Public Administration, Sciences, Business, Human Resource Development, or a closely related field