This is a part-time grant-funded position ending September 30,
Reporting directly to the Senior Vice President for Academic
Affairs and Chief Academic Officer (SVPAA/CAO), the CourseLeaf
Project Coordinator will provide organization, coordination, and
prioritization of the CourseLeaf project in the Office of the
SVPAA/CAO, with responsibilities that include oversight of key
deliverables and timelines, using the implementation of CourseLeaf
software platforms that enhance best practices in creating
digitized processes of editing, storing, sharing, managing,
approving, and publishing our catalog (including student
degree/curriculum maps), course and program proposals, class
schedules, policy manual, and faculty, non-academic personnel, and
student handbooks to optimize accuracy through the use of web-based
modules, preparing presentations and reports, training/professional
development, and assisting with scheduling and event coordination.
The successful candidate must be familiar with software systems and
willing to learn new platforms. The incumbent must work
independently and demonstrate initiative in a high-volume
The Project Coordinator will follow a hybrid schedule working
in-office three days a week and remotely two days a week. At a
specified time determined by the SVPAA/CAO, the weekly hybrid
schedule will switch to two days working in-office and three days
remotely. Also, the incumbent will follow a schedule of 25 hours a
week at five hours per day.
The Project Coordinator is an exempt position. Exempt employees are
expected to work the appropriate and necessary time in order to
complete assignments and tasks on schedule.
Requires a Bachelor's degree (Master’s degree preferred) in a
relevant field supplemented by two to three years of progressive
experience in a project management role or the equivalent
combination of education and related work experience. Must be a
quick learner with ability to pay strong attention to detail.
Demonstrate strong project management, organizational planning,
problem solving, interpersonal verbal and written communication
skills. Must be able to determine and act appropriately in
emergency situations. Possess a high degree of judgment, tact and
professionalism and maintains confidentiality. A strong
understanding of the complex enterprise of a comprehensive
four-year university. Preference may be given to experience working
directly and effectively with high level administrators (President,
Vice Presidents, Deans, etc.) in a higher education setting.
To apply, please include a cover letter, resume, and contact
information for three supervisory references.
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