Master's degree, preferably in educational administration, gerontology, older adult programming or a related field, and a minimum of five-seven (5-7) years of leadership experience in adult or community education, arts administration or comparable programs required. Previous experience planning, administering, assessing, and budgeting of educational or comparable programs in university and/or non-profit settings strong preferred.
- Knowledge of marketing, fundraising and communications technology;
- Knowledge of administrative software applications and other financial management programs;
- Ability to write grant proposals and conduct effective presentations to various groups from diverse economic and ethnic backgrounds;
- Ability to supervise the work of others;
- Ability to initiate and nurture collaborative partnerships;
- Ability to manage and prioritize multiple tasks and meet ongoing deadlines;
- Ability to work independently and see tasks through to completion in a timely fashion;
- Ability to act with discretion and maintain confidentiality;
- Strong oral and written communication skills;
- Strong interpersonal and networking skills relevant to working with older adults, university administrators, current and retired faculty, staff, and community organizations;
- Strong organizational and problem solving skills;
- Strong commitment to customer service.
Please apply online with your resume, cover letter and list of three professional references.
- Professional. Union. Benefited.
- Full time. Grade 33* Salary Associated to Grade 34. See link below for salary chart.
- Unrestricted funding.
Closing date for applications: May 8, 2017
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