The Program Manager for Leadership Studies and Development Programs manages an undergraduate academic minor and certificate as well as a co-curricular leadership development program. Utilizing a critical theory approach to the study and development of student leadership, this role develops, implements, and advances leadership learning through a variety of contexts, identities and learning environments. The program manager integrates co-curricular and academic leadership offerings to maximize students' leadership education and development for a diverse and global world.
Essential Duties & Responsibilities:
Administers the Leadership Studies Program, including a 15-credit Minor, 21-credit Certificate and 30+ course sections serving 500+ students annually
Oversee the management of all Maryland LEAD Programs, including 15+ co-curricular leadership development programs serving 600+ student participants annually.
Directly supervise the Coordinator for Student Leadership Development who is responsible for the daily operations and implementation of all co-curricular leadership programs. Supervisory responsibilities include but are not limited to project management oversight, professional development, feedback, and performance review.
Directly supervise 2-4 doctoral students serving as core instructors in the leadership studies program.
Direct all curriculum design, program management, course and instructor scheduling, and all other daily operations of the leadership studies program.
Serve as primary academic advisor to all students in the leadership studies minor and certificate programs. Includes responsibility for academic systems management and tracking in accordance with University policies and procedures.
Recruit, train, and guide part-time instructors and teaching assistants for leadership studies courses.
Manage fiscal operations for the leadership studies program and oversee the management of fiscal operations for all co-curricular leadership programs, including but not limited to program budgets, grant funding, course revenue generation, and program sponsorships.
Design, implement, and review assessment processes for academic courses and co-curricular leadership experiences to ensure best-practices, high-impact learning, and accessibility.
Maintain a teaching load in the Leadership Studies program.
Collaborate with partners across campus to ensure successful implementation of leadership studies program, including but not limited to; the Adele H. Stamp Student Union-Center for Campus Life and Division of Student Affairs, CHSE Department and College of Education, Registrar, Bursar, and advising functions within academic units.
Serve as a contributing member of the greater LCSL unit, the Adele H. Stamp Student Union-Center for Campus Life, and the CHSE Department within the College of Education. Attend mandatory events and offer critical support and feedback in the development of all three organizations.
Other duties as assigned.
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