Program & Operations Manager- Student Development & Events
The Office of Special Scholarships is committed to fulfilling our role in the Institute’s mission by striving to recruit and select the nation’s best student scholars who will further enrich the composition of the student body, improve the campus, and impact their environment within a global context as both students and alumni. Learn more about our programs through the links below. We embrace the Institute's Strategic Plan in our efforts and operations. Learn more at the Special Scholarships website.Job Summary
Provide promotional, administrative, performance assessment, and financial/accounting services in support of assigned program(s) within a research center, academic unit, or other campus units of a school. These functions may encompass a variety of activities related to program success including coordination of program marketing, program administration, program operations, and program development. This position will interact on a consistent basis with: research, academic and administrative management and staff with a school or center and across campus, vendors and sponsors. This position typically will advise and counsel: research, academic and administrative management and staff with a school or center and across campus, vendors and sponsors. This position will supervise: NAResponsibilities
Job Duty 1 -
Design/develop promotional and marketing materials to include those developed for specific target audiences in support of program outreach efforts.
Job Duty 2 -
Plan, schedule and coordinate promotional events.
Job Duty 3 -
Coordinate administrative activities associated with program operations such as procurement, records maintenance, compliance, meeting arrangements and minutes, and document preparation.
Job Duty 4 -
Develop, analyze, reconcile and report financial data related to program operations.
Job Duty 5 -
Develop and maintain performance assessment tools applied in program review to measure and report progress.
Job Duty 6 -
Collaborate with internal and external entities to aid institutional or program support.
Job Duty 7 -
Perform other duties as assigned
Bachelor's Degree or an equivalent combination of education and experience
Four to six years of job related experience
Education: Master's degree
Clear ability to work with and
mentor students individually and to advise them collectively in
planning program activities and events such as retreats and a
Effective negotiation and
communication skills, logistical skills with attention to detail,
skills in general office administration to include document
processing and management, records management, problem solving and
Excellent written and verbal
communication; ability to prioritize tasks and work independently
and in a team environment.
Experience reviewing high school or
college admission files, resumes and/or employment
Experience with database software
and applications such as Banner/Slate.
Salary will be in the $50,000 range
up to $60,000 and is commensurate with experience plus
benefits. GT employees are bound to the USG/GT compensation
This job requires working knowledge of research program promotion and administration. Included are skills in development and administering program assessment tools, marketing, and financial analysis and reporting. Also required are skills in planning, organization, spoken and written communications, scheduling and customer service. Use of office and specialized computer applications and databases are required.
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The Program & Operations Manager of Student Development and Events will plan events for undergraduate scholars (to include but not limited to Stamps President’s Scholars and Gold Scholars) and affiliates of the Office of Special Scholarships (OSS). The AD will coordinate the Stamps Scholars National Convention and oversee a student executive committee in planning the 600-person, 40-university event (occurring every two years). The AD will also promote and engage in student growth activities such as mentoring, professional and leadership development, service initiatives, and scholarly discussion. Duties for the AD include the evaluation of scholarship applications and interview feedback and coordination of office operations. The AD will report to the OSS Director.
Essential (Specific) Functions
Manage logistics for four-day,
600-person, 40-school Stamps Scholars National Convention.
Mentor scholars on professional
development and goal achievement.
Teach SPS First-Year Seminar (GT1801)
Manage operations for the Office of
Special Scholarships (OSS).
Advise students planning 2nd or 3rd
year retreats, as well as other program activities including the
Stamps Convention (latter includes modest number of scholars at
Stamps partner schools in addition to Georgia Tech scholars).
Collaborate faculty/staff at other schools for Convention.
Coordinate 500-person Scholars
Arrange catering requirements,
facility set-up, parking, and other details as needed for OSS
events. Coordinate attendee travel for some events.
Manage processing financial
transactions for various OSS events including the Stamps Convention
and manage budget for Stamps Convention.
Negotiate and communicate effectively
Supervise student assistants and
Participate in selection efforts and
assist with late spring recruitment.
Nights and weekends expected
consistent with a student affairs type position.
Requires limited travel.
The position also requires employees
to use a high level of discretion and confidentiality regarding
donor communication as well as scholarship candidate review
Design/develop promotional and
marketing materials target audiences in support of program outreach
Plan, schedule and coordinate
Coordinate administrative activities
associated with program operations such as procurement, records
maintenance, compliance, meeting arrangements and minutes, and
Develop, analyze, reconcile and
report financial data related to program operations.
Develop and maintain performance
assessment tools applied in program review to measure and report
Collaborate with internal and
external entities to aid institutional or program support.
Perform other related duties as