Emory University Program Coordinator for Faculty Support and the Doctor of Ministry in Atlanta, Georgia
The Program Coordinator for Faculty Support and the Doctor of Ministry is responsible for supporting faculty in administrative and education services and program coordination for Candler’s Doctor of Ministry. This list provides additional details of the position.
Faculty Support and Education Services:
Assists the Supervisor of Faculty Support Services to provide expertise for faculty in deploying educational technologies for research and in the classroom. Provides advanced assistance for faculty queries involving common software and online applications in the academic setting (e.g., Word processing, publication, spreadsheet, presentation, Acrobat) to researching, identifying, and arranging training for advanced software and online technologies that could enable faculty to extend their work in their research and pedagogy in new directions. Provides direct support for faculty in day-to-day needs for classroom and research including travel arrangements, scheduling of advising sessions and alternative exam times, distributing graded materials, developing appropriate classroom materials, and assisting with document preparation and editing. Assists the Supervisor of Faculty Support Services with International Initiatives, including international payments, support for international faculty and students, securing visas, and compiling reports and surveys from Candler and international students and faculty. Performs related responsibilities as required.
Doctor of Ministry (DMin) Program Coordination:
Coordinates program and related activities including: establishing long-term objectives, researching factors that may impact the success of the program, developing promotional materials/venues, managing related databases, and establishing/forecasting budget requirements. Develops work plans to accomplish objectives and monitors progress toward their achievement. Monitors expenditures and prepares financial reports; may assist in identifying funding resources and in developing fund-raising strategies and initiatives. Prepares operational and statistical reports to assist in effective decision-making. Writes or develops reports, briefings, newsletters, promotional materials, grants or other written materials related to the program. Conducts research and gathers accurate information to develop various publications. Assists in developing and coordinating program related conferences, conventions, meetings, and other event planning. May supervise staff, interns and/or volunteers. Communicates with faculty, staff, and students related to DMin program. Performs related responsibilities as required.
Program Student Assistant Support:
Provides training for and supplemental oversight of student workers supporting Candler programs areas, such as but not limited to Black Church Studies, World Christianity, Women, Theology and Ministry, and Catholic Studies. This includes organizing an orientation for new student workers in Candler programs at the beginning of each academic year and helping program student assistants utilize services at Candler effectively and efficiently by directing them to proper staff and offices. This individual would be the initial point of contact for program student assistants in the Faculty Support Suite.
The preferred qualifications of the Program Coordinator include but are not limited to the following:
Excellent oral, interpersonal skills, and writing/editing skills.
Wide knowledge of educational policies and procedures.
Extensive knowledge of office productivity and educational technology.
Familiarity with programs of theological education, the mission of Candler School of Theology, Emory University, and The United Methodist Church.
Ability to initiate projects and creative proposals as a self-starter who values and seeks collaboration.
Ability to multitask while continuing to meet deadlines.
Effective and efficient use of Microsoft Office products and file sharing software, such as Box.com.
FORMAL JOB DESCRIPTION: Primary duties are organizing, coordinating, and planning operational facets of a program and its related activities which include, but are not limited to the following: establishing long-term operational objectives, researching factors that may impact the success of the program, and working with individuals or groups to research and document program requirements in order to provide appropriate input into the development of strategic plans. Develops work plans to accomplish program goals and objectives and monitors progress toward their achievement. Conducts research and gathers information to develop various publications. Develops promotional materials which may include content for reports, briefings, newsletters, grants or other written information related to the program. Assists in developing and coordinating program-related conferences, conventions, or meetings. Monitors expenditures and may participate in the budget planning process and prepare financial reports. May assist in identifying funding resources and developing fund-raising strategies and initiatives. Prepares operational and statistical reports. Conducts training, represents the program at meetings and conferences, and networks with affiliated groups. May supervise assigned project staff, interns and/or volunteers. Performs related responsibilities as required. This is not an administrative support position.
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Bachelor's degree in a field related to the program and two years of related experience, or an equivalent combination of education, training and experience.
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Job Number 35780
Job Type Regular Full-Time
Division Candler School Of Theology
Department Candler School Of Theology
This position may involve the following Health and Safety issues: Not Applicable
Job Category Business Operations
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