Sr. Program Officer
Sr. Program Officer
This Senior Program Officer will work with the Senior Adviser to the President for Strategic Initiatives to provide leadership and managerial oversight for the development of vibrant national engagement programs across the University. This role will be responsible for actively facilitating and supporting the university's relationship with leaders and stakeholders in the Baltimore/DC region, with a focus on a suite of initiatives that will connect the University's Baltimore and DC-based activities, including the success of the Distinguished Presidential Fellows In Residence Program, Congressional Briefing Series, and Health Policy Forum. The position involves significant resource coordination and collaboration across the institution, to build and implement a very dynamic and highly visible national engagement strategy that connects Johns Hopkins programs in Baltimore and Washington, DC.
- Work with National Engagement Strategy leadership to
proactively explore and identify proposal development and program
- Collaborate with representatives across the University to
ensure that adequate resources and infrastructure are secured to
support visiting national and international leaders in residence
through the university's Distinguished Presidential Fellows
- Develop and implement DC-based experiential learning programs
- Assist with administration of competitive funds to support
faculty curricular and co-curricular efforts related to national
- Organize and execute events in Baltimore and Washington, DC and
manage all aspects of special event coordination, including budget,
security, and transportation.
- Coordinate with appropriate University communication resources
to ensure active promotion of relevant National Engagement Strategy
program content for a widespread and highly influential
- Develop and maintain web presence for National Engagement
- Graduate degree in politics, public policy, or related
- A minimum of 5 years experience in a highly competitive
academic or policy setting, managing multiple priorities that are
high-visibility, high-accountability, and
- Demonstrated engagement in public policy, political, or
- Strong communication skills, both written and oral
- Demonstrated critical thinking and superior problem solving
- Demonstrated ability to manage difficult and complex issues
with diplomacy and tact while focusing on pre-determined goals and
effectively working within a team
- Demonstrated ability to foster a cooperative work environment
and develop positive and effective working relationships
- Demonstrated collaborative management style applicable to staff
at all organizational levels
- Must be able to work a flexible schedule to align with special
events and and travel as needed within National Capital
Classified Title: Sr. Program Officer
Working Title: Sr. Program Officer
Starting Salary Range: Commensurate with experience
Employee group: Full Time
Schedule: M-F 8:30 - 5:00
Exempt Status: Exempt
Location: 01-MD:Homewood Campus
Department name: 10000002-President Office of
Personnel area: University Administration
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