Program Manager

Rollins College
Job Description
This position encompasses a range of responsibilities including but not limited to: implementation of workshops through Open Enrollment (OE), Management of special events, supervision of a program coordinator and work-study students, as necessary, instruction of basic workshops in the program manager’s area(s) of expertise, representation of EBI at nonprofit organizational meetings, facilitation of affinity groups for development and grant managers (GPAG), management of certificate programs and certificate participants, provide management assistance for nonprofits, as requested.
 

Essential Job Functions:

  • Implementation of workshops through Open Enrollment
    • Participate in calendar creation of OE workshops
    • Determine instructors for OE workshops, complete Individual Consultant Agreements (ICA), and determine logistics
    • Submit evaluations for recording and follow-up on evaluations for quality programming
    • Assistance with multi-day series programs (e.g. Explore Earned Income, New Executive Director Bootcamp, etc.)
  • Instruction of basic workshops in the program manager’s area(s) of expertise
    • Instruct as appropriate
  • Representation of EBI at nonprofit organizational meetings
    • Represent EBI at meetings of the Association of Fundraising Professionals (AFP), Young Nonprofit Professionals Network
  • Facilitation of affinity groups for Grant Professionals Managers (GPAG) and other affinity groups, as assigned
    • Determine programs for GPAG meetings
    • Monitor attendance at GPAG meetings
    • Facilitate other affinity group meetings, when necessary
  • Manage certificate programs
    • Work with certificate-seekers to help them complete their chosen certificates
    • Manage the programs; track participation
  • Supervision of program coordinator and work-study students
    • Verify front office and library coverage
    • Provide oversight on logistics for workshops
    • Provide upkeep of software by work-study students
    • Assign work, as needed, for work-study students
  • Provide management assistance for nonprofit leaders, as requested
    • Meet one-on-one with nonprofit staff as needed
  • Performing related duties as assigned

Click here to learn more about the Edyth Bush Institute for Philanthropy and Nonprofit Leadership at the Rollins College Crummer Graduate School. 
 

Minimum Qualifications:

 

  • Bachelor’s degree required
  • A minimum of 3 years of nonprofit experience required
  • Experience in teaching and/or training preferred
  • Experience in curriculum development strongly desired
  • Experience with database management
  • Ability to lead and facilitate groups; understanding of group dynamics
  • Thorough knowledge of the nonprofit sector and nonprofit organization management including fundraising, proposal writing, and management
  • Effective verbal and written communication skills
  • Thorough knowledge of Microsoft Office
  • Understanding of marketing and branding principles preferred
  • Knowledge and practice of organizational, project and time management skills
  • Outstanding interpersonal skills
  • Intellectual curiosity and commitment to excellence
 
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