Coordinator, Professional Studies
Department: Graduate School and Professional Programs (GSPP)Job Number: HR-12102Date Posted: 11/2/2012Salary Range: $56,300 to $101,200Status: Accepting applications
Coordinates Center for Continuing Studies (CCS) professional studies programs in areas related to program development, leadership, personal and professional development, and enrichment; serves as on-campus point of contact (POC) person for all professional studies courses and programs; communicates to campus departments successful course offerings that may be of interest to their students; schedules all Professional Studies (PST) courses and programs with the CCS program services unit; responsible for developing, implementing, and evaluating PST courses and program logistics; provides coordination support for the development, implementation, evaluation, and re-design of CCS PST courses and programs; conducts assessment and program evaluation; assists CCS Programming and Evaluation Director with developing and implementing a vision of CCS derived from the vision and mission of the University as a whole; assist the Director in designing and conducting market analysis; assists the director with developing long range goals and with effective decision making in planning, conducting and evaluating of CCS PST courses and programs; serves as a liaison between CCS and internal and external constituencies involved with PST courses and programs; works with CCS program services unit to market all PST courses and programs; conducts course evaluations; provides support for online learning; assists with development of and oversees implementation and evaluation of new programs to address niche markets; maintains financial records and course and program statistics; and prepares written summaries of budget, enrollment, and course and program activities.Requirements:
Master's degree in Education or a related field and at least four years of experience in coordinating unit and program operations, including coordinating continuing education and outreach courses and programs. Experience with curriculum development, assessment and evaluation. Experience with and/or knowledge of conducting market analysis. Knowledge of pedagogy for adult learners and curriculum design. Experience working with University faculty to coordinate course offerings. Demonstrated data collection and report writing skills. Demonstrated ability to create, manage and maintain an effective and efficient database system for tracking progress. High level of emotional intelligence and multi-tasking skills. Demonstrated ability to effectively use MS Excel and Power Point programs. Flexibility and willingness to "go beyond the call of duty" attitude to serve Gallaudet. Demonstrated ability to support and lead assignments and to communicate respectfully, effectively and efficiently with colleagues and the public, and provide outstanding customer service. Demonstrated ability to manage and work under stress. Excellent interpersonal, communication, and customer service skills. Demonstrated ability to work well as an active, contributing member of a team and work with diverse groups of people. Excellent organizational skills; and ability to maintain appropriate records and meet established timelines. Computer skills sufficient to manage workload effectively and efficiently. Fluency in American Sign Language at time of application.