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Job Title Assistant Director of ACES Program (S13304) Job Description Summary Montgomery College, Office of Student Affairs, Germantown Campus, has an immediate need for a full-time Assistant Director of ACES Program in the ACES-Achieving College Excellence and Success Department. This is an exempt, non-bargaining, Grade 35 position. The normal work schedule is Monday - Friday, 8:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.. Weekend and evening hours are required.
This position manages the daily operations of the ACES high school program. The incumbent supervises the ACES program support coordinator and ACES Academic Coaches. The incumbent is responsible for leadership and oversight of projects and program initiatives. The incumbent contributes to strategic planning, policy implementation, program development, and coordination of information and program data. The incumbent acts on behalf and in the absence of the director. Job Description
Duties include but are not limited to:
Manages all aspects of the program, with supervision of a support staff and the Academic high school Coach staff, and providing, leadership, and oversight of daily operations.
Provides Strategic Planning and Accountability for the ACES Program
Responsible for projects and initiatives such as annual program evaluation, grant development, and summer program coordination.
Recruits, selects and trains ACES high school staff.
Provides leadership and support to enhance student access, success, and engagement.
Collaborates between the program, other College areas and the community.
Lead and coordinates the program feedback process, makes process improvements, and responds to student and community concerns.
Identifies part-time faculty to support the program by developing curriculum and conducting workshops.
Assists the director with strategic planning, policy implementation, and facilitation of the coordination and alignment of program plans with the mission, vision, and strategic plan of the College.
Monitors and maintain program compliance with federal, state and county guidelines as they relate to minors.
Advocates for the program internally and externally with program partners, community organizations and potential donors.
Trains staff on system and process requirements; coordinate the collection, interpretation, and summarization of program data; write reports, give presentations, and facilitate discussions on programs
Master's degree in a related field.
Five years of operations management in an educational environment including budget, data, program, and project management.
Three years of data management coordination, report development, and supervision.
Strong analytical and project management skills.
Skilled in developing and maintaining effective working relationships within the College and within the community.
Excellent verbal and written communications, including positive interpersonal relations, and presentation development and execution.
Eligible applicants must currently be authorized to work in the United States and not require employer visa sponsorship