The Title III / FUTURE Act Administrative Assistant II, assists the
Title III Activities Manager in the program administration and
implementation of Title III FUTURE Act grant. The Program Assistant
is responsible for performing various specialized tasks in support
of the Title III Part F program. Assist the Manager with
maintenance of records, responding to inquiries, preparing reports,
maintaining databases, and providing assistance to potential, and
current Title III project directors to ensure accountability to
University and Federal regulations. This position reports to the
Title III Activity Manager.
ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS
- Receives information in various forms and determines their
appropriate method of processing
- Assist the Manager in requesting and compiling data regarding
the Annual Performance Report from Activity Directors
- Prepares documents / fliers / quarterly newsletter for review
by Executive Director and Manager for uploading to the website
- Arranges required meetings with appropriate University senior
level personnel to discuss and update agency-required policies such
as Conflict of Interest in Research, Intellectual Property,
Scientific Misconduct, Responsible Conduct of Research.
- Collects, extracts, and enters data from and to university
systems in cooperation with the data warehouse and IR offices.
- Maintains a filing system with archives of completed reports,
Title III Grant Award Notices (GANs), budget modifications,
approved No Cost Extensions (NCEs) along with other pertinent files
and documents pertinent to terms and conditions of grant awards.
Records are both paper and/or electronic.
- Assists the Manager in updating and maintaining Time and Effort
reports for all personnel serving on Title III grant accounts.
- Maintains up-to-date Title III equipment inventory for
equipment purchased by grant funds ascertaining any transfers,
disposals and conducting periodic inspections.
- Assists the Title III Manager in overseeing events logistics:
Plans, coordinates and organizes meetings, workshops, webinars,
seminars, conferences, retreats, and other ad-hoc events for the
Title III office.
- Attends national and regional Title III meetings, technical
assistance workshops and conferences as necessary to remain
- Conducts special projects and assignments as directed by
Executive Director and Activities Manager.
- Supervises work-study students; prepares work assignments,
schedules, time sheets and reports.
A Bachelor’s degree or equivalent and a minimum of two years of
professional experience related to duties and responsibilities
specified in the posting. Equivalent amounts of job-related
experience may be substituted for the education requirement. The
ability to work effectively under pressure, be proactive,
demonstrate initiative, and promote teamwork is a key asset in the
role. To perform this job successfully, an individual must have
intermediate to advance skills using Microsoft Office Suite (Word,
Excel, and PowerPoint). Must have ability to work constructively,
collaboratively, and diplomatically with many diverse individuals
and groups both within and outside the University. Must possess
excellent written and oral communication skills. Performs
administrative work of a confidential nature as requested. Must
begin to acquire expert knowledge of federal circulars, Uniform
Guidance, & EDGAR regulations relevant to US Department of
Education and Title III Compliance.
Finalists for this position are subject to a background check.
Employment is contingent upon the successful completion of a
background investigation including criminal history and identity
To apply, please include a cover letter, resume, JCSU
application, contact information for three professional references,
and unofficial transcript(s). (Official transcripts will be
required of the finalist).