THIS IS A LIMITED TERM, ONE YEAR APPOINTMENT. BENEFIT ELIGIBLE.
Reporting to the Executive Director of the Rodham Institute, the Program Manager is responsible for the implementation and maintenance of the Rodham Institute programming including, Path-C, Health Education Leadership Program (H.E.L.P.), Thought Leadership Summit, and the Annual Rodham Institute. This position develops a collaborative partnership with the United Medical Center Campus in order to create a workforce and education pipeline between the GW School of Medicine and Health Sciences and the GW School of Nursing. With a focus on increasing attendance, maximizing external stakeholders, improving and innovating the allied health education experience, this position will enhance the Rodham Institute brand. For more information, see https://ift.tt/2vEVeQd.
The purpose of these senior level positions is to provide coordination and program management on behalf of the Rodham Institute. This role will serve as a point of contact for the program, will answer typical and complex program questions from faculty, staff, and students, and will provide functional support and management for the program administration. Functional support could include answering external inquiries, enrollment guidance and basic academic advising, managing web presence and marketing efforts, drafting program materials, managing course evaluations, developing new programming, planning and executing events, tracking spending and processing payments, assisting with fellowship and grant opportunities, preparing and analyzing reports, and similar duties. Often these positions make recommendations to policy and procedure, and they are tasked with outreach to other GW stakeholders in order to assist in maintaining standard operational efficiencies. This position does often schedules, trains and supervises temporary staff or student workers, or leads other program staff. Typical duties often are administrative in nature, and are under limited supervision or are independent of more senior personnel within the program.
-Designs and supervises the delivery of academic and career counseling services for students enrolled in the Direct Services Workforce Program.
-Works collaboratively with partners including, but not limited to, the Maryland Regional Direct Services Collaborative and the United Medical Center Campus.
-Ensures ongoing compliance with all general administrative regulations as it pertains to the Direct Services Workforce Program and the Rodham Institute.
-Administers institute promotion activities, including but not limited to: maintaining partnerships with stakeholders, including individuals or institutions, serving as a liaison between the Rodham Institute and other external agencies, and maintaining records of contact and follow-up.
-Maintains regular contact and communication with senior management in order to present and discuss work plans and priorities, and to report work status
-Maintains contact with staff to collaborate to produce work and ensure that performance is meeting goals set.
-Maintains contact with secondary and post-secondary education institutions, government officials, consultants, vendors, and other business-related outside parties.
-Assists to develop pipeline programs with the United Medical Center Campus
-Collaborates with leadership at the United Medical Center Campus to provide curricular opportunities for participating students to provide essential services in allied health.
-Creates continuous improvement cycles that drive program development and implementation.
-Ensures that program training and certification activities are linked to the needs of the labor market and private-sector needs, growth areas, opportunities for start-up capital, and apprenticeships.
-Performs other related duties as assigned. The omission of specific duties does not preclude the supervisor from assigning duties that are logically related to the position.
About George Washington University
The George Washington University (GW, GWU, or George Washington) is a private research university in Washington, D.C. Founded in 1821 as Columbian College, the university has since grown to comprise fourteen undergraduate and graduate colleges and schools, including the School of Media and Public Affairs, Elliott School of International Affairs, Law School, and School of Public Health. George Washington’s main campus is located in the Foggy Bottom neighborhood with two satellite campuses located in the Foxhall neighborhood of Washington, D.C. and in Ashburn, Virginia. It is the second oldest and the largest institution of higher education in the District of Columbia.