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Project Director, Apprenticeship Training (Grant Funded) - District Office

San Jacinto College
Pasadena, TX 77504
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    112429702

San Jacinto College

Equal Opportunity Statement: The San Jacinto College District is committed to equal opportunity for all students, employees, and applicants without regard to race, creed, color, national origin, citizenship status, age, disability, pregnancy, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender expression or identity, genetic information, marital status, or veteran status in accordance with applicable federal and state laws.


RESPONSIBILITIES:
  • Responsible for oversight and management of the Department of Labor -Scaling Apprenticeship project budget estimated at $12M to ensure compliance along with timely and efficient expenditure of grant funds.
  • Maintain and monitor project budgets, projections, curriculum development, recruitment, training, and services for SJCCD and for project partners. Responsible for fiscal and program data files for the project.
  • Establish and oversee grant-related processes and procedures at SJCCD and partner institutions for working with the SJCCD grant team and SJCCD Office of Grants Management regarding the dispersal of grant funds, timely execution of scope of work, coordinate and manage day-to-day tasks to meet contracted deliverables for the successful implementation and completion of the project.
  • Work with funding agency to obtain necessary approvals and processes for all grant-related tasks and set up DOL required systems for implementation.
  • Responsible for monthly/quarterly/closeout program and fiscal reports plus any interim ad-hoc reports both internal and external specific to SJCCD and funding agent requirements for project.
  • Monitor expenditures, contracted project goals and reporting of partners and ensure compliance with scope of grant requirements. Ensure that the grant metrics are being met at SJC and partner institutions, working with any project directors who are not meeting grant projections.
  • Develop and maintain sound collegial relationships with industry and partners to fulfill grant requirements.
  • Work with Office of Grants Management to ensure financial compliance and budget monitoring. Participate in audits as appropriate.
  • Work with grant staff and partners to recruit, facilitate training and provide services to project participants.
  • Convene and chair: Project Steering Committee of industry partners, project directors and others that will suggest changes to the project as necessary to improve project performance; meetings of project partner directors and applicable team from SJCCD and sub-recipients on a monthly or more frequent basis.
  • Organize and implement consortium-wide activities for recruiting and job readiness skills as applicable.
  • Oversee development.
  • Coordinate development and dissemination of grant related materials, project information, products, and services.
  • Interact directly with industry/education partners and funding agency representatives.
  • Work with internal and external stakeholders to ensure quality instructional experiences and address training issues and resolve them as they arise.
  • Work outside of regular hours when necessary.
  • Travel to other SJC sites, partner institutions, DOL required out of state conferences and round tables as necessary and other grant-related sites and events.
  • Other grant-related duties as assigned.





REQUIRED EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE/SKILLS:
  • Bachelor's degree required.
  • Minimum of five (5) years budgeting and fiscal experience and (5) years of progressively increased responsible project management experience.
  • Successful grant administration experience, strong written, verbal and interpersonal communication skills required.
  • High priority on customer service and strong MS office skills.
  • Must be effective manager of time, detail oriented, a team player/leader and a self-starter with cooperative orientation.
  • Demonstrated experience working with multiple partners.



PREFERRED EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE/SKILLS
  • Master's degree preferred.
  • Experience with Banner software.
  • Knowledge of state, federal and /or local funding guidelines and SJC college procedures and policies.
  • Experience with educational and/or training programs in field of specific grant.
  • Successful grant writing and fund acquisitions.


Salary Grade: 27

Salary is based on the Board-approved salary schedule for the current fiscal year. See Salary Schedule

Requisition Number: req1914

Posting Close Date: 8/12/2019

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<br/><b>San Jacinto College</b><br/><br/><b>Equal Opportunity Statement:</b> The San Jacinto College District is committed to equal opportunity for all students, employees, and applicants without regard to race, creed, color, national origin, citizenship status, age, disability, pregnancy, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender expression or identity, genetic information, marital status, or veteran status in accordance with applicable federal and state laws.<br/><br/><br> <strong>RESPONSIBILITIES:</strong> <br><ul><li> Responsible for oversight and management of the Department of Labor -Scaling Apprenticeship project budget estimated at $12M to ensure compliance along with timely and efficient expenditure of grant funds. </li><li> Maintain and monitor project budgets, projections, curriculum development, recruitment, training, and services for SJCCD and for project partners. Responsible for fiscal and program data files for the project. </li><li> Establish and oversee grant-related processes and procedures at SJCCD and partner institutions for working with the SJCCD grant team and SJCCD Office of Grants Management regarding the dispersal of grant funds, timely execution of scope of work, coordinate and manage day-to-day tasks to meet contracted deliverables for the successful implementation and completion of the project. </li><li> Work with funding agency to obtain necessary approvals and processes for all grant-related tasks and set up DOL required systems for implementation. </li><li> Responsible for monthly/quarterly/closeout program and fiscal reports plus any interim ad-hoc reports both internal and external specific to SJCCD and funding agent requirements for project. </li><li> Monitor expenditures, contracted project goals and reporting of partners and ensure compliance with scope of grant requirements. Ensure that the grant metrics are being met at SJC and partner institutions, working with any project directors who are not meeting grant projections. </li><li> Develop and maintain sound collegial relationships with industry and partners to fulfill grant requirements. </li><li> Work with Office of Grants Management to ensure financial compliance and budget monitoring. Participate in audits as appropriate. </li><li> Work with grant staff and partners to recruit, facilitate training and provide services to project participants. </li><li> Convene and chair: Project Steering Committee of industry partners, project directors and others that will suggest changes to the project as necessary to improve project performance; meetings of project partner directors and applicable team from SJCCD and sub-recipients on a monthly or more frequent basis. </li><li> Organize and implement consortium-wide activities for recruiting and job readiness skills as applicable. </li><li> Oversee development. </li><li> Coordinate development and dissemination of grant related materials, project information, products, and services. </li><li> Interact directly with industry/education partners and funding agency representatives. </li><li> Work with internal and external stakeholders to ensure quality instructional experiences and address training issues and resolve them as they arise. </li><li> Work outside of regular hours when necessary. </li><li> Travel to other SJC sites, partner institutions, DOL required out of state conferences and round tables as necessary and other grant-related sites and events. </li><li> Other grant-related duties as assigned. </li></ul><br><br><br><br><br> <strong>REQUIRED EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE/SKILLS:</strong> <br><ul><li> Bachelor's degree required. </li><li> Minimum of five (5) years budgeting and fiscal experience and (5) years of progressively increased responsible project management experience. </li><li> Successful grant administration experience, strong written, verbal and interpersonal communication skills required. </li><li> High priority on customer service and strong MS office skills. </li><li> Must be effective manager of time, detail oriented, a team player/leader and a self-starter with cooperative orientation. </li><li> Demonstrated experience working with multiple partners. </li></ul><br> <br><br> <strong>PREFERRED EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE/SKILLS</strong> <br><ul><li> Master's degree preferred. </li><li> Experience with Banner software. </li><li> Knowledge of state, federal and /or local funding guidelines and SJC college procedures and policies. </li><li> Experience with educational and/or training programs in field of specific grant. </li><li> Successful grant writing and fund acquisitions. </li></ul><br><br><b>Salary Grade: </b>27<br><br>Salary is based on the Board-approved salary schedule for the current fiscal year. <a href="http://www.sanjac.edu/san-jacinto-college/salary-schedules" target="_blank"><b>See Salary Schedule</b></a> <br><br><b>Requisition Number:</b> req1914<br><br><b>Posting Close Date:</b> 8/12/2019<br><br> <img src="https://analytics.click2apply.net/v/1w8lAquJnZL8FAprUMMmK"> <p>PI112429702</p>
Posted: 2019-08-01 Expires: 2019-09-02

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