Apply for the Vacancy for Academic Program Manager at Johns Hopkins University. The category of the position is Student Affairs and Services.
The Deputy Director of the Neuroscience Training Program (NTP) is responsible for programmatic, academic, and administrative aspects of a large, multidisciplinary Ph.D. program at the School of Medicine.
The incumbent will do the following duties
- Responsible for strategic leadership, operational management, analysis, reporting, collaboration, and outreach.
- Similarly, strategically identifies issues or needed program changes.
- Develops, implements, and directs ideas and changes for program development and improvement.
- Develops and leads initiatives that address the needs of the NTP and improve outcomes for current students and alumni.
- Likewise, meets with faculty to relay program information, changes, and expectations.
- Promotes engagement of and collaboration among all stakeholders (faculty, students, alumni, leadership).
- Likewise, leverages resources across the University toward the design, implementation and evaluation of new policies, procedures and resources.
- Furthermore, ensures that new requirements for federally sponsored support are met, including the development of new curricula and programming for career preparation.
- Also, provides the documentation required by the institutional Doctor of Philosophy Board and, along with the Program Director(s), represents the program when it is evaluated.
- Masters or Ph.D. in education or a specific field related to the program.
- Likewise, five (5) years of experience in all aspects of academic program administration. Supervisory experience preferred.
Special Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities
- Analytical and problem-solving ability
- Also, the ability to multi-task effectively
- Strong organizational skills
- Attention to details
- Furthermore, excellent supervisory skills
- Excellent communication and interpersonal skills.
Johns Hopkins University is a private research university in Baltimore, Maryland. Founded in 1876, the university was named for its first benefactor, the American entrepreneur, abolitionist, and philanthropist Johns Hopkins.
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