Project Coordinator: Promoting the success of Hispanic Americans in Graduate School
Posted on 11/12/09
The incumbent reports to the Project Director and will plan, schedule, and attend regular Project Leadership Committee meetings to assure that the project is achieving its objectives in accordance with the timeline and budget; meet regularly with the Deans of the School of Health and Natural Sciences and the School of Education to discuss students’ academic progress and the incorporation of writing, communication, and research skills into graduate curricula; meet regularly with the external Project Evaluator and Institutional Research staff to set up and implement the project’s formative assessment plan; and participate in professional conferences (HACU, AACU, and others).
A Masters Degree is required with a minimum of three years of directly relevant experience including work in a managerial role of a similar scope; Ph.D. preferred. Applicants must have strong knowledge and work experience with federally-funded grants; demonstrate interpersonal, written and oral communication skills; provide evidence of high ability to work constructively and diplomatically with students, faculty, administration, and sponsoring agency to resolve issues effectively within guidelines. Computer proficiency in MS Office and the Internet required; experience in online learning helpful. Budgeted salary is $60K and position includes full range benefits. This is full-time, 12-month, grant-funded position contingent upon annual program and College renewal up to 5 years. Please apply for this position at https://jobs.mercy.edu and attach cover letter and resume. Review of applicants starts November 30th and continues until the position is filled. Mercy College is committed to a diverse workforce and encourages applications from all sectors of the higher education community. AA/EOE.