Develops and implements programs related to the development and implementation of education outreach programs.
Provides analysis, planning, and communications with various audiences, including senior leadership.
Partners with senior leadership to develop programs and relationships to advance program initiatives.
Uses best practice and knowledge of the divisional vision and values to assess, evaluate, and recommends opportunities for collaboration with partners.
In coordination, preparing and monitoring of the various financial and budgetary activities, including vendors contracts, annual reports, and evaluation to funding agencies. Including coordinating the proposal application, selection and award process.
Contributes to the organization of various committee meetings, composes itineraries for visiting delegations, and in the preparation of materials (including presentations, reports, etc.).
Contributes to program development, program administration, data analysis, communication about the program, and development economics research.
Coordinates program initiatives, ensuring unity of focus and purpose to attract talented students and supporting broader student initiatives.
Coordinates activities to engage various stakeholders of the program, such as Argonne scientists and industrial partners.Â
Plan and implement virtual and in-person events, including new courses, education, and outreach activities.
Assists with the development and implementation of education outreach programs. May collaborate with teachers on implementing curriculum in the classroom.
Prepares program communications, including creating and coordinating dissemination of program materials.
Performs other related work as needed.
Degree in molecular engineering, computer science, social science or in related field.
Minimum requirements include knowledge and skills developed through three to five years of work experience in a related job discipline.
Demonstrated strategic leadership skills along withÂ at leastÂ threeÂ toÂ fiveÂ years of progressively increasingÂ projectÂ management.
Collaboration experience to facilitate work within a broad network of colleagues across disciplines and for engagement with the wider community.Â
Experience with training and development of training curricula.Â
Demonstrated ability to communicate complex scientific information and concepts to a variety of audiences, including the public.Â
Proven ability to respond to and collaborate with diverse constituencies.Â Â
Must be result-oriented, have a high standard of excellence, exceptional planning, execution, analytical and judgment skills, strong analytical skills, and an outstanding commitment to and proven ability to advance an organization's priorities. â¯Â Â
Experience with program planning, business administration, or organizational development.
Experience working in higher education or an academic research environment.
Excellent computer skills including word processing, spreadsheets, and databases.
Familiarity with standard document, graphic design, publishing, and web content managementÂ software.Â
Strong interest in advancing science and engineering education and research, and interest in working with students.
Effective time-management and ability to balance competing priorities.
Excellent written and oral communication skills to communicate effectively and cultivate positive working relationships with students, staff, faculty, partners, and the public.
Excellent organizational skills, problem solving ability, and attention to detail.
Excellent interpersonal skills including outstanding judgment, discretion, a strong ethical approach to decision-making and a demonstrated ability to resolve conflicts fairly and diplomatically, and ability to handle sensitive and confidential information.
Ability to work independently, take direction, and achieve consensus.
Ability to create dynamic relationships across academic disciplines, the research community at large, industry partners, and other peer institutions.
Ability to be flexible and adaptable to changes in workflow and procedures.
Commitment to diversity, equity, inclusion & social justice and is culturally responsive.
Some evenings and weekend work.
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