Program Coordinator (CAMP)
Coordinate the operation of an assigned university academic or clinical program or office.Responsibilities
Typical Allocation of Duties:
Coordinate operations to accomplish program/office
objectives - 40%
Develop policies, procedures, and processes to ensure the efficient accomplishment of program/office objectives. Direct office/program operations.
Coordinate with others - 20%
Coordinate program/office activities with appropriate internal and external stakeholders. Represent program priorities before the larger university community.
Manage budget and personnel - 20%
Manage budget and control expenditures as assigned. Train, assign, direct, supervise, evaluate, and discipline personnel as assigned.
Reporting - 10%
Prepare a variety of regular and special reports. Maintain program/office files and records.
Provide services - 10%
Participate in the provision of direct services.
- Maintain relationships between university personnel, community leaders, and the CAMP program
- Be the primary liaison between the CAMP program and the US Department of Education
- Supervise all CAMP staff and seek out staff professional development opportunities
- Approve staff time and travel
- Manage the CAMP program budget
- Complete Annual Performance Reports required by the US Department of Education
- Seek additional resources and opportunities to assist the CAMP program from state and national networks
- Attend all administer-related meetings for CAMP
- Assist staff with their roles when needed (advising, recruitment, student meetings)
- Problem-solve any issues that may arise with students/staff of the CAMP program
Master's degree in clinical or program field and three (3) years of related work experience.
Employment is contingent upon successful completion of a background check. Position May Require Credit Check (if using P-Card, working with Cash, etc.).
Position Requires completion of VSU’s Annual Compliance Training course (such as State Business Transactions, Drug Free Workplace, Anti-Harassment Policy, Introduction to Information Security, Workers Compensation, Motor Vehicle Policy, USG Ethics Policy, Conflict of Interest/ Outside Activities Policy, Leave Procedures for Faculty and Staff, Georgia Open Records Act, Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA), and Contracts 101. Supervisory positions require training in FMLA and Worker’s Compensation.