Project Director-TAACCCT Grant

by San Jacinto College on December 13, 2013

in University Jobs

Under the supervision of the Dean Business and Technology, the Project Director Trade Adjustment Assistance Community College and Career Training (TAACCCT) Grant will plan, direct, and implement all activities of the grant in accordance with grant, college, and federal guidelines. The duties include: - Recruiting, selecting, training, and supervising project staff. - Ensure that the project meets all obligations of the grant in a timely manner. - Recruiting grant participants and providing training to these participants. - Manage the budget and complete all of the reports as required by funding agency and the College. - Grant project director will develop and monitor appropriate reporting instruments. - Maintain and monitor budget and ordering of equipment. - Organize and/or create training courses as specified by the scope of the grant, working with all internal and external partners as necessary to ensure compliance with grant requirements. - Work with external entities to develop sound collegial relationships to fulfill grant requirement. - Complete all grant deliverables and achieve the evaluation goals according to grant timelines. - Other duties as assigned by the Administration of the College and/or Grant Office. - Must have a Bachelor's degree (or higher level degree) in Supply Chain or Logistics Management, Business Administration or other project-related field. - Must have at least three (3) years of full time working experience in supply chain management or other related industry experience. - Must have knowledge of college academic and financial aid procedures. - Must have the ability to work well with community organizations and college personnel. - Must have positive and professional attitude, dress, communication, and performance. - Must be an effective manager of time, detail oriented, and a self-starter. - Must have successful administration experience. - Must have strong written, verbal and interpersonal communication skills. - Must have successful experience working with a consortium of employers. - Must be able to place a high priority on customer service. - Must have strong computer skills and use in MS Office (especially Word, Excel and Outlook). - Must be deadline oriented and able to meet deadlines based on both internal and external grant requirements. - Successful candidate will demonstrate the ability to work under the pressure of time, courtesy, tact, and discretion in dealing with numerous members of the funding agency, as well as the professional and academic community.

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