Program Coordinator (Skilled Trades) Req. #5203
Primary Campus Harper Campus Work will be performed on multiple campuses and offsite locations.
Closes: Tuesday, February 28, 2023
Target Start Date
Expected Work Hours
Degree in one of Central Piedmont Skilled Trades programs
Central Piedmont is currently seeking a Program Coordinator in the Skilled Trades Department located a the Harper Campus. Work will be performed on multiple campuses and offsite locations.
The Skilled Trades programs offer a unique combination of study and practical experience. Our programs are designed to prepare or enhance your skills in residential and commercial construction management. These careers include project management, superintendence, estimating, and skilled foremen. Coursework will include safety, planning and scheduling, cost control, productivity, human relations, estimating, building codes, and construction technical skills.
Anticipated Hire Date: February 13, 2023
Work Schedule: Monday - Friday; hours vary but mainly 8:00am - 5:00pm with occasional evenings and weekends.
Hours per Week: 40
The Program Coordinator exists to plan and organize the activities of CCE classes in Skilled Trades and the tasks that are associated with the operation of Skilled Trades courses that are delivered. Responsibilities will include, but are not limited to, providing responsible staff support to the Associate Dean and Program Developer(s), managing the activities of faculty, teaching assistants and staff, maintaining systems to evaluate and deliver student needs, including lab supplies for classes.
Characteristic Duties and Responsibilities
1. Assists with Skilled Trades programs in developing, planning, implementing and administration of programs.
2. Assists with recruiting, interviews, and training for instructors/staff and provides orientation for assigned area.
3. Assists with documentation for the origination of classes; classroom visits; helps schedules dates, rooms and trainers/instructors for class.
4. Monitors course offerings and recommends additions, changes, deletions to keep program/area current.
5. Assists with marketing of assigned program areas; recruits students; work with marketing staff and prepares marketing materials and literature for distribution to potential students; will make and/or assist with presentations to schools, organizations and agencies.
6. Provides administrative assistance to immediate supervisor; develops prepares and presents recommendations and reports; coordinates activities with other program areas.
7. May teach courses within the assigned area; demonstrates high degree of skill in teaching; models effective teaching techniques for trainers/instructors.
8. May advise students on a variety of academic and administrative matters; assesses students in training needs for program/area; suggests alternate courses of action.
9. Serve on Skilled Trades advisory committees as needed.
10. Reviews need for equipment, supplies and instructional materials and recommends purchase; supervises the proper use of facilities, and resolves any safety, security and maintenance issues.
11. Ensures program accreditation, certification and licensure; represents the program and college at meetings of professional organizations.
12. Maintain a high level of sensitivity, understanding, and respect for a diverse academic environment, inclusive of students, faculty, and staff of varying social, economic, cultural, ideological, and ethnic backgrounds.
13. Support the mission, vision, and values of the College and attends College events and meetings.
14. Performs other duties as assigned.
Knowledge, Skills, Abilities and Characteristics
* Principles and practices of program management
* Methods and techniques of program development and evaluation
* Principles of supervision including employee training and performance evaluation
* Principles and practices of grant proposal preparation
* Principles and practices of financial record keeping
* Methods and techniques of program marketing and publicity
* Computer technology and application
* Oral and written communication skill Leadership skills
Typical office environment; infrequently lifting and carrying items up to 10 lbs.; infrequently twisting or bending at the waist or reaching overhead; traveling between buildings on campus or to other campuses; frequently listening to and talking with students, faculty and other staff members either in person or by telephone; frequently sitting at a desk or workstation using a computer display, keyboard, and mouse.
How to Apply
Qualified applicants should apply to: https://www.cpcc.edu/about-central-piedmont/administrative-offices/human...
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