Program Manager - Girls in Engineering (7376U) - TRUST - 1664
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Application Review Date
The First Review Date for this job is: 9/25/19
The Team for Research in Ubiquitous Secure Technology (TRUST) is focused on the development of cybersecurity science and technology that will radically transform the ability of organizations to design, build, and operate trustworthy information systems for the nation's critical infrastructure. Established as a National Science Foundation Science and Technology Center (STC), TRUST is addressing technical, operational, legal, policy, and economic issues affecting security, privacy, and data protection as well as the challenges of developing, deploying, and using trustworthy systems.
Girls in Engineering (GiE) is a week-long gateway STEM program for middle school students, designed to give the participants an overview of the tremendous ability engineering has to advance society and affect positive change for the public good. Taught by UC Berkeley faculty, staff and students, the program offers the opportunity for students to work in teams and learn through hands-on activities about many types of engineeringfrom computer coding to building robots - inspiring them to pursue studies in engineering, math, and science. More information about the program is available at http://girlsinengineering.berkeley.edu/.
The Program Director position (job title Administrative Officer II) requires skills as a seasoned, experienced professional, with a full understanding of the needs of students underrepresented in STEM fields, utilizes best practices, campus policies and procedures to provide a full range of program support services. Independently plans, develops and implements strategies for specific programs and events, and constituency groups. Assignments typically include a wide range of external relations activities, advising students and their families, and resolving issues. Works with the department's/school's/college's management to recommend changes to policies, practices, and procedures and provides guidance on issues requiring indepth knowledge of specialized programs, including coordinating with other Campus departments. Uses professional concepts to apply campus policies and procedures to oversee a variety of ongoing administrative operational issues. Administers defined operational program. Analyzes and resolves operational problems of moderate scope.
65% PROGRAM COORDINATION AND MANAGEMENT
Plans and implements targeted outreach programs
Advises prospective applicants and their families on necessary preparation and appropriateness of program as it pertains to the prospective applicant's goals
Utilizing in-depth knowledge of the organization's admissions criteria, helps evaluate and rank applicants for admissions;
Establishes and develops collaborative relationships with school staff, district administrators, and local community organizations as well as with students, staff, and faculty at Berkeley
Plans, organizes, and facilitates the logistics for a smooth running of the summer program including coordination of internal and external vendors and contracts.
Plans, designs, and provides workshops for students and families, such as information about the Campus, STEM best practices, academic strategies and enrichment programs.
Aids faculty and students with the development of course modules and curriculum.
Works with staff in the College of Engineering's development office to obtain funding for the program.
20% COMMUNICATION AND REPORTING
Provides outreach to schools and the local community about programming activities.
Collects, analyzes, and evaluates data on the program.
Writes reports for funding agencies.
Manages the program's website.
Works with campus staff and/or external vendors to create videos and press releases about the program.
Prepares PowerPoint presentations for faculty, COE Development, or funding agencies as necessary.
Serves as point of contact for parents/guardians, vendors, partner schools, and program staff
15% MENTOR, TEAM LEADER AND TRAINING
Recruits and hires temporary and/or professional staff.
Designs and implements training for temporary, and/or professional staff and volunteers.
Serves as team leader for temporary, and/or professional staff and volunteers.
Ensures that temporary, and/or professional staff and volunteers and participants are acting in accordance with UC Berkeley's Risk
Management policy detailing compliance in working with minors.
Excellent interpersonal skills and the ability to maintain a professional demeanor at all times.
Ability to establish and maintain cooperative relationships with school district administrators, school counselors, principals, teachers, and community contacts.
Ability to establish and maintain cooperative relationships with community-based organizations, college access programs and higher education institutions.
Has knowledge of child/student development.
Has experience managing programs for minors.
Has knowledge of college preparation services and college-going culture within campus outreach programs.
Demonstrates knowledge of and experience planning complex programs and managing their logistics.
Strong project management skills.
Ability to prioritize work assignments and manage multiple critical projects in a variety of settings with competing deadlines.
Highly skilled in communicating clearly and effectively verbally and in writing
Demonstrated ability to work independently and as a team member.
Demonstrated computer literacy with competency in word processing, spreadsheet, database management, presentation and other information technologies.
Ability to work evenings and weekends
Spanish speaking, a plus
Has experience designing hands-on science or engineering activities, a plus
Working knowledge of Berkeley Engineering, a plus
Website development and management experience, including experience with WordPress, a plus
Working knowledge of Berkeley's Activities Involving Minors policy, a plus
Salary & Benefits
For information on the comprehensive benefits package offered by the University visit:
*The hourly salary range designated for this position: $24.14 - $28.73; however, starting salary will be commensurate with experience.
How to Apply
Please submit your cover letter and resume as a single attachment when applying.
Conviction History Background
This is a designated position requiring fingerprinting and a background check due to the nature of the job responsibilities. Berkeley does hire people with conviction histories and reviews information received in the context of the job responsibilities. The University reserves the right to make employment contingent upon successful completion of the background check.
This position has been identified as a Mandated Reporter required to report the observed or suspected abuse or neglect of children, dependent adults, or elders to designated law enforcement or social service agencies. We reserve the right to make employment contingent upon completion of signed statements acknowledging the responsibilities of a Mandated Reporter.
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