Program Manager - Red Raider Orientation & First Year Programs Lubbock 22295BR Transition and Engagement
Position Description Designs, implements and manages an assigned program. Typical duties can include but are not limited to: Identify funding opportunities, conduct program assessments, prepare program reports, oversee and manage program marketing and communications, manage program databases, supervise program staff, plan research activities, coordinate program events, participate in strategic planning, manage program files, establish program standards and objectives, direct logistical activities to promote the success of programs, develop and implement project timelines and ensures deadlines are met, oversee program budget, ensure goals and objectives of grants are met, assists in proposal writing, comply and analyze program statistics.
This is considered a front-line position responsible for interacting with Texas Tech Administrators, Faculty, Staff, Students, and their Guests.
Planning and implementation of Red Raider Orientation (students and guests) sessions on the Texas Tech Campus. This includes both the 1-Day and 2-Day sessions. For the 1-day sessions, this position will work with the Program Manager for Transfer Programming and Transfer Ambassadors.
Advisement of the Red Raider Orientation Crew, including officer & member development, advisor relations, risk management, and overall student group development. This may also include the selection & supervision of a NODA intern.
This position will also coordinate and Implement other first-year programs, Hub City Fest & Raider Welcome. Other programming assistance may include First-Year Programming and Transition & Engagement events (Raider Roundup, Majors & Minors Fair, Texas Techspo, Raiders Who Rock, etc.).
Responsible for marketing, public relations, and attending recruitment events on behalf of Red Raider Orientation and Transition & Engagement.
Lead fundraising efforts for Red Raider Orientation and/or Transition & Engagement.
Oversight of the Red Raider Orientation Registration system, including module content creation and design.
Required Qualifications Bachelor's degree and four years of experience developing or managing programs or projects. Additional job related experience may be substituted for the required education on a year-for-year basis.
Preferred Qualifications Master's degree in student personnel/student affairs or related fields preferred. Ability to prioritize and coordinate complex projects. Ability to think strategically, plan, set goals and objectives, and then organize and follow-through; able to conceive and express concepts and higher-level abstract, logical reasoning; and must be comfortable with new, complex subject matter. Ability to handle administrative details independently. Ability to effectively communicate with various groups, students, faculty, staff, and community members. Skill in personnel and financial management. Demonstrated ability in planning, implementation, marketing, and evaluation of complex programs and projects; proven problem-solving abilities; demonstrated ability for working with a broad range of activities and development of programs and services; excellent communication skills (written and verbal); demonstrated ability to prioritize and adapt to various University community needs.
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