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    EXPECTATION FOR ALL EMPLOYEES
    Support the organization’s mission, vision and values by exhibiting the following behaviors: excellence and competence, collaboration, innovation, respect, personalization, accountability, ownership, and adherence to policies and procedures.

    All positions are open until they are filled.


    Program Manager, ADP (American Democracy Project)

    POSITION PURPOSE
    The Division of Academic Leadership and Change provides academic leadership for AASCU universities. As part of this work, a variety of initiatives and programs support AASCU institutions in the creation of cohesive, integrated programs for students. Incumbent is responsible for the daily management of the American Democracy Project (ADP), reporting to the Executive Director of the American Democracy Project. 

    The Program Manager’s core functions include:

    • Providing day-to-day management for AASCU’s various civic initiatives under the umbrella of the American Democracy Project. 
    • In collaboration with other members of the Division, assisting with program development, design, and implementation of the initiatives being created
    • Developing and maintaining partnerships with national partner organizations
    • Working closely with member campuses on ADP project activities
    • Implementing communications outreach strategies for ADP programs and activities
    • Make presentations about ADP initiatives
    • Participating in other ALC functions and activities, such as staffing for AASCU search committees
    • Managing budget accounts for various ADP projects
    • Assuming other functions and responsibilities as deemed necessary and appropriate by the Executive Director of ADP

    FUNCTIONS AND RESPONSIBILITIES

    Program Management:
    Serves as the day-to-day manager of all ADP activities, collaborating with member campuses, external partner organizations and others to maintain and support the variety of initiatives and projects that are carried out as part of the ADP programming.

    Communications: 
    Serve as the principal point of contact for institutional members for American Democracy Project (ADP)-related matters. In collaboration with the Communications Division, design and manage communications processes and products, including managing email listservs; assisting in the creation of division-specific PowerPoint presentations, updating and managing the ADP website; developing and managing online communications for focus/interest groups; and using social networking tools such as Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, and Wordpress. The incumbent must also develop networks for special interest and focus groups. Duties include writing and editing the American Democracy Project blog and distributing the monthly “What’s New with ADP?” email promotional blast.

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    To apply, submit a cover letter, resume and references to this link.

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