This is the fourth level in the Administrative Support series. Incumbents provide comprehensive and professional administrative support, and assist with strategic planning, financial/accounting management, budget, program design, fundraising, grant management, projects, marketing and public relations for an assigned functional area. Major duties and responsibilities include: managing assigned budget; ensuring compliance with Federal, State, and local laws, regulations, College policies, process, procedures, standards, and requirements; providing highly skilled assistance to executive or Board; scheduling and coordinating events, visits and meetings; preparing lease documentations; processing purchase orders; administering contracts; maintaining database; and preparing analytical or statistical reports. Incumbents may supervise assigned staff.
Preference will be given to individuals who possess:
Knowledge of Raisers Edge software Demonstrated experience of soliciting and cultivating donors to maximize gifting possibilities Demonstrated record of grant writing/proposal success Awareness of the Greater Kansas City fundraising sector as it relates to local foundations and bank trusts Awareness of prospect researching tools Experience with special event delivery and/or coordination Experience working with volunteers/alumni through committee work and special events Experience work with board of directors and key leadership
Bachelor's degree. Master's degree preferred.
Three (3) years administrative management, student support, project management or program related experience.
Minimum qualifications can be substituted with an equivalent combination of education and experience sufficient to successfully perform the essential duties of the job.
Additional Salary Information: A competitive benefit package is included.
Internal Number: 19-057
About Metropolitan Community College
Metropolitan Community College is the oldest and largest public institution of higher learning in Kansas City, Mo., founded in 1915 as the Kansas City Polytechnic Institute. The Junior College of Kansas City, as it was known starting in 1919, was one of the first schools in the country to award an associate degree. Today, MCC offers 125 associate degree and certificate programs.
Metropolitan Community College comprises five campuses on the Missouri side of the Greater Kansas City area 47 major buildings and about 550 acres in all: MCC-Blue River, located in Independence, Missouri; MCC-Business & Technology, located in Kansas City, Missouri; MCC-Longview located in Lee's Summit, Missouri, MCC-Maple Woods located in the Northland of Kansas City, Missouri; and MCC-Penn Valley, located in Midtown Kansas City, Missouri.
MCC is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools. In addition several programs have specific accreditations as well.