Program Manager, Center for Equity and Cultural Wealth
- Bunker Hill Community College
- Location: Boston, Massachusetts
- Posting Date: 11/25/2021
- Application Deadline: 12/25/2021
Program Manager, Center for Equity and Cultural Wealth - Bunker Hill Community College
Location: Boston, MA Category: Administrators Posted On: Fri Nov 19 2021 Job Description:
Bunker Hill Community College seeks a self-motivated, service-oriented professional to promote and manage the logistics of internal and public-facing programs of the CECW. The CECW is dedicated to creating equitable and culturally inclusive learning environments that value the strengths of our diverse students, faculty, staff, and local communities. Through scholarship, practice, and advocacy, the Center promotes meaningful community partnerships, equity-minded practices and culturally-grounded pedagogies to foster the success of all students and members of the College community. Reporting to the Director of CECW, the Program Manager will support the fulfillment of CECW's mission in alignment with BHCC's mission, vision, and institutional values.
The Program Manager will participate in the planning of the CECW's programming, trainings, and events for internal and external stakeholders, and oversee the logistics of program implementation. The Program Manager will facilitate strategy development with several of the Center's working groups, including affinity groups and student engagement. Under the guidance of the Director, the Program Manager undertake program/project management, fiscal management and reporting, assessment, and administrative functions of the Center. Key elements of project management will include communication strategies, marketing, and promotion of the CECW's work to internal and external audiences.
Duties include, but are not limited to the following:
- Assist the CECW's Director in developing, monitoring, and implementing the Center's strategic vision, mission, and goals.
- In collaboration with the Director, lead and strategize with working groups (Affinity groups and Student Engagement) to develop and enact key initiatives aligned with the CECW's mission.
- Manage the operations of professional development workshops, trainings, and events on topics related to equity and cultural wealth for internal and external audiences.
- Manage the logistics of multiple projects and programs related to the Center's work. Under the guidance of the Director, define project scope for programs. This include identifying objectives, assessing resources needed, preparing budgets, tracking project costs, developing and managing project schedules, providing project updates to stakeholders, engaging in outcomes assessment, and developing project reports and presentations.
- Schedule and coordinate the technological set up of all Steering Committee, Advisory Board, Working Groups, and partner meetings.
- Draft and archive summary notes from meetings and disseminate notes to committees.
- Support the Director in the creation of the proposed annual budget and preparation of regular financial statements, which accurately reflect the financial condition of the CECW.
- Under the guidance of the Director, coordinate grants projects and prepare reports for funding organizations.
- Distribute and collect payroll action forms (PAFs) for events, trainings, and professional development, including the CECW's Annual Institute.
- In collaboration with the Director, document and monitor expenses in CECW and grant budgets.
- Collaborate with the Director to identify appropriate external resources to build capacity in developing and sustaining of the CECW.
- Develop tools and measures to evaluate the effectiveness of programs and materials; report on a regular basis.
- In collaboration with the Director, develop business and marketing plans for the Center.
- Develop an archive for CECW and create strategies to share assets with the College stakeholders.
- Other duties as assigned.
- Master's degree in education, sociology, social justice leadership, ethnic studies, gender studies, psychology, public administration, management, or a related field.
- A minimum of three to five years of related work experience in a fast-paced environment, managing multiple projects and initiatives for internal and external constituents.
- Demonstrated experience designing, implementing, and evaluating evidence-based, online, in-person, and/or blended DEI education, programming, and training for diverse audiences.
- Demonstrated commitment to diversity and equity and experience working with diverse student, faculty, staff, and community populations
- Ability to work as part of a high-level administrative team.
- Demonstrated experience establishing and monitoring organizational goals, outcomes, and metrics, both quantitative and qualitative.
- Ability to handle multiple tasks simultaneously, meet deadlines and prioritize workload; ability to work independently as well as collaboratively as part of a team.
- Demonstrated experience in budgeting and fiscal management
- A track record of working collaboratively with individuals and groups across differing viewpoints.
- Excellent communication, presentation, interpersonal, organizational, and time management skills.
- Demonstrated experience effectively engaging with community partners.
- Ability to handle sensitive matters with discretion, tact and confidentiality.
- Be highly proficient in Outlook, Microsoft Office Suite, calendaring, and project management related technology.
- Community college work or teaching experience.
- Formal training in equity and inclusion and/or mediation.
- Knowledge of institutional and systemic factors that create and promote inequities in education and best practices to improve outcomes.
- Fluency in multiple languages.
Salary range: $65,000.00-$75,000.00
Review Date: To ensure consideration application materials should be received by December 20, 2021