Under supervision of the Assistant Director for Title IX Education Programs, the Title IX Education Project Manager contributes to overall University prevention and education initiatives, fosters greater coordination and collaboration with stakeholders across the University, and assists in data gathering and reporting on various Title IX efforts. The Title IX Education Project Manager must be a self-starter, who is extremely organized and efficient, with the ability to communicate effectively, and a willingness and flexibility to help meet the goals of the Title IX Office.
This position is an ideal opportunity for someone who is passionate about gender inclusivity, higher education, project management, and e-learning. We are seeking a talented individual who has expertise managing rapidly developing projects with aggressive timelines, translating knowledge into action, and pushing the boundaries of the e-learning field. Working on multiple key projects, often at the same time, this position will develop project plans and be responsible for moving them forward to completion. This person will also play an active role in managing relationships with key external partners and contractors.
Duties and responsibilities include:
Serves as project lead for University-wide online initiatives, including but not limited to: overseeing the implementation of educational initiatives; elevating and enhancing user interface and user experience; updating and modifying educational content; providing end-user support/troubleshooting; developing solutions for technical concerns; and staying current on the development of e-learning platforms to identify and propose new solutions. 20%
Manages projects with competing priorities and timelines, while working reciprocally with project staff and external partners. Monitoring progress toward each project's deliverables. 20%
Identifies and develops planning tools for the unit, to support multiple programmatic needs (IRB submission, gender inclusive mapping, annual report, etc.) 10%
Develops and maintains ongoing relationships with key internal and external partners including student leaders, School and Unit Title IX Coordinators, Harvard Training Portal staff, and contractors. 10%
Facilitates focus groups to gather data regarding Title IX initiatives. 10%
Works in conjunction with the Assistant Director in developing annual strategic plans around educational programming, implementation, and rollout across the University. 5%
Provides support to end-users (remotely and/or in person) by diagnosing and troubleshooting technical problems.5%
Assists in event planning for the Title IX Office's conferences, summits, etc.5%
Assists in the collection and reporting of data for the Title IX Office's programmatic and outreach efforts.5%
Plans project-related events, in collaboration with the Assistant Director for Title IX Education Programs, the Associate Title IX Officer, and the University Title IX Officer. 5%
Other project-related tasks as needed.5%
This position is a one-year term position with the possibility of renewal.
Salary Grade: 057
Union: 00 - Non Union, Exempt or Temporary
Candidates MUST meet the following basic qualifications in order to be considered for this role:
Bachelor's Degree; A minimum of five years of related work experience (education may count towards work experience).
A minimum of two years of project management experience required.
Advanced degree preferred.
Proven skills in the area of data analysis and reporting.
Proven record of managing and completing complex projects on schedule.
Experience working in higher education, public health, public policy, or other related field preferred.
Strong written and oral communication skills.
Must possess the capacity to quickly become proficient in data collection software and other software applications used by the Office.
Experience with Storyline and/or Articulate Review preferred.
Event planning experience preferred.
Experience with online training and e-learning strongly preferred.
Excellent critical thinking skills
Ability to work independently and communicate effectively with supervisor.
Demonstrated ability to work collaboratively and strengthen relationships with a broad range of key stakeholders across the University.
Experience working in a professional environment handling sensitive information requiring high standards for preserving confidentiality.
Knowledge of Title IX and VAWA as well as understanding of current policy and guidance in these areas preferred.
Fluency in languages in addition to English is a plus.
EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER: We are an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.
Internal Number: 50896BR
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