Position Subject to Budget Approval.
Located in Charlotte, North Carolina, Central Piedmont Community College is a nationally recognized leader in workforce development with a commitment to teaching and learning excellence. As a learning-centered organization focusing on documented learning outcomes, the College provides high quality programs and services within a supportive environment.
Central Piedmont is the largest community college in the state with six campuses serving 75,000 learners annually. The College offers over 285 degree, diploma, and certificate programs in various areas including technical/vocational, health, culinary, hospitality, STEM, and professional careers as well as a comprehensive college transfer program. The College also offers a wide selection of programs and courses through Corporate and Continuing Education. These offerings are designed to address the personal, professional, organizational, and economic development needs of the community and are market-inspired, growth-oriented, and entrepreneurial in nature. They include Public Safety/Forensics, Healthcare, Real Estate/Mortgage Banking, an Information Technology Academy, and a Construction Institution.
Plan and organize the activities of an assigned program area; provide responsible staff support to the administrator; coordinate the activities of program’s faculty and staff; complete special projects when needed.
Characteristic Duties and Responsibilities:
1. Assists the administrator in developing planning, implementing and administering goals and objectives of the assigned area.
2. Provides coordination and program support including preparing internal and external reports, developing spreadsheets and databases, preparing materials for meeting participants and other support related to grants activity at the College.
3. Assists with analyzing, interpreting and applying Federal, state, Local Government, and private funders’ statues, rules, and regulations regarding grant administration and implements related college-wide processes.
4. Provides support for programs and services involving external partners, other academic institutions, and grant-funding organizations.
5. Provides support for projects, grants, committee work and special projects to include but not limited to conducting research, collecting and analyzing data, developing reports and presentations, and scheduling quarterly meetings with grant managers.
6. Communicates with grant managers including but not limited to scheduling quarterly team meetings, as needed team meetings and conducting follow up phone calls and emails.
7. Schedules regular monitoring meetings to review fiscal and performance activities and provides information to grant managers to adjust spending.
8. May provide assistance with developing awards, no cost extensions, carry-over funds, budget modifications and adjustments.
9. May coordinate and lead training within the assigned area; may demonstrate high degree of skill in teaching; may model effective teaching techniques for department staff/other trainers.
10. May provide administrative assistance to immediate supervisor; may develop, prepare and present recommendations and reports; may coordinate activities with other program areas.
11. Performs other duties as assigned.
Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university in a discipline relating to the assigned program area and two years of managerial or administrative experience; additional experience or certification may be required for certain programs. A broad knowledge of the principles and practices of grants administration and grants compliance is required, experience with Federal grants is preferred.
1. Applications for this position will be accepted up until midnight on the closing date listed or until filled.
2. A completed CPCC application must be completed on-line.
3. During the application process, applicants will be prompted to build a cover letter and resume. Applicants may upload an existing cover letter; however will be required to build a resume using a standardized format in the on-line system.
4. Applicants will be given the option to attach a comprehensive resume of educational, professional and community qualifications as an additional document if desires.
5. All applications must be received in the Human Resources office by midnight on the closing date posted to be guaranteed for consideration. Applications of qualified candidates received after this date may be considered at the discretion of the hiring manager.
Central Piedmont Community College - 22 months ago
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