Title III Program Coordinator
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The Title III Administrative Coordinator is a new, 0.6 FTE position
(25 hours per week) reporting to the Executive Director of the
Computing and Data Science Program and helping to ensure that the
grant timeline is followed, tasks are completed, and the project
remains on schedule. The Program Coordinator will schedule meetings
with key faculty and staff, establish communication methods with
affiliated offices across campus, maintain program budgets, and
assist with writing and submitting timely federal government
Reasonable Accommodations Statement:
To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to
perform each essential duty satisfactorily. Reasonable
accommodations may be made to enable qualified individuals with
disabilities to perform the essential functions.
Provide administrative support for Title III project by:
- scheduling and attending grant-related meetings,
- sending meeting reminders
- taking and distributing meeting notes
- coordinating special events
- tracking project spending and maintaining budgets
- communication with the program and other
- collaborate with campus offices regarding program-related
activities and topics
- collaborate with faculty, staff and the University Grants
Office to prepare and submit required reports to the U.S.
Department of Education.
The person in this position plans and performs diverse activities
requiring knowledge of best practices regarding policies and
procedures, and involving the exercise of judgment in the analysis
of facts or situations. Strong interpersonal and verbal
communication skills are necessary to exchange information with
individuals inside and outside the University. Ability to field
questions and provide information related to the work of the Title
III program. Superb organizational skills, meticulous attention to
detail, and a friendly demeanor are essential.
Physical Demands & Working Conditions
- Demonstrated organizational skills, with the ability to handle
and prioritize multiple projects in a deadline-driven
- Demonstrated attention to detail.
- Strong interpersonal skills, ability to relate to and work with
diverse groups of people.
- Demonstrated proficiency of computer skills.
- Ability to maintain confidentiality.
- Demonstrated ability to meet deadlines.
- Experience administering or coordinating federal grants
- Ability to work independently.
Typical work is performed indoors in a normal office
Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis as received;
position will remain open until filled.
All University positions require that candidates submit to a
criminal conviction record check prior to hire. Conviction does not
automatically preclude candidates from being hired. Nature of
conviction will be considered relative to the duties of the
You will need to upload the following two documents as part of
your application materials in the "My Experience" section labeled
Incomplete applications will not be considered.
Apply online at https://willamette.wd1.myworkdayjobs.com/en-US/willametteuniversityjobs/job/Salem-Campus/Title-III-Program-Coordinator_R0004257
Believing that diversity contributes to academic excellence and
to rich and rewarding communities, WU is committed to recruiting
and retaining a diverse faculty, staff and student body. We seek
candidates, particularly those from historically under-represented
groups, whose work furthers diversity and who bring to campus
varied experiences, perspectives and backgrounds.
- Cover letter addressing the required/desired qualifications and
presenting any other applicant characteristics which deserve
- Current Resume