Outreach Coordinator—Job Standard
Job Family: Professional
Series: Outreach Professional
Job Group: 3521
This job standard may be part of one or more career progressions.
Provide oversight of and coordinate statewide programs and activities in support of multiple, federally funded University outreach initiatives.
The duties listed are not all-inclusive. Duties assigned to individual employees may vary.
Provide oversight of and coordinate statewide educational
programs and activities in support of multiple, federally funded University
outreach initiatives; use judgment in prioritizing workflow, selecting methods,
and applying operational and organizational processes; develop and implement
mid- to long-range service, program, or project objectives, processes, and
procedures within general guidelines; provide leadership in creating and
implementing curriculum and initiatives designed to provide community education
and promote the University's mission; oversee program delivery, evaluate outcomes,
and implement changes to ensure consistency of services, goals, and objectives
and compliance with University standards and external regulations.
Recruit, organize, and instruct volunteers, recruit/enroll participants, and initiate and provide leadership to community coalitions, groups, and committees on a statewide level; build and maintain community and agency support to enhance outreach efforts.
Provide consultation and training to internal and external constituents and local/regional community sources and agencies; promote program goals and objectives, ensure maximum use of services and resources, and facilitate outcomes in support of and beneficial to targeted audiences based on a thorough knowledge and understanding of University and external policies, procedures, and guidelines.
Develop and oversee promotional and instructional materials, specialized publications, related communications, and documentation; may identify potential funding sources and assist in preparation of competitive proposals, summaries, and administrative and project reports; oversee maintenance of files and contractual agreements; use standard and specialized software applications; administer program budgets, allocate resources, and approve expenditures.
Provide administrative supervision to University staff and/or functional supervision to designated employees and/or affiliates.
Minimum QualificationsEducation and experience equivalent to:
Bachelor's degree in related field and two to four years' related experience required.
Last modified March 26 2014 01:33 PM