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Program Manager - CNA
Administer/supervise designated program (s); may also supervise program participants and assessing/advising participants. Provide program marketing and recruitment strategies creating/revising program curricula; monitor business/industry trends; partnerships with business, industry, community agencies.
Assist managing program(s) as needed.
Develop, prepare and execute marketing plans and strategies to promote courses, increase enrollment and improve the program.
Coordinate program activities which may include: monitoring activities and resources, events, negotiating facility usage and testing.
Develop and maintain effective working relationships with staff, other HCC offices and departments and external partner entities.
Collaborate with staff and others as necessary.
Develop, implement and monitor new program initiatives based on community and business needs and input.
Compile, review and report statistical program data as required.
Monitor goals, objectives and outcomes of assigned program and report results.
May supervise, manage, assess, and evaluate staff and resolve issues as appropriate.
Identify, recommend and oversee completion of appropriate professional development opportunities for staff as required.
Assist to identify grant opportunities and special funding proposals and participate in grant proposals for assigned program(s).
Actively participate in program and management team initiatives.
Perform other duties, tasks and assignments as required.
Education & Experience
• Bachelor’s degree in Business or related field required
• Associate’s degree or 60 college credit hours, plus 4 years experience may be considered in lieu of required degree
• 4 years related work experience required
Licensing & Certification
• Valid Texas Driver License
• MS Office Programs
• Information Management Systems
• Delivering High Quality Work
• Accepting Responsibility
• Serving Customers
• Supporting Organizational Goals
• Driving Continuous Improvement
• Acting with Integrity
• Thinking Critically
• Managing Change
• Communicating Effectively
General office. May frequently be required to walk; stand; sit; use hands to handle or feel; reach with hands and arms; and talk or hear. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision and distance vision. Use of personal computing equipment, telephone, multi-functioning printer, photocopier, file cabinets, and calculator. Manual dexterity, ability to lift up to 25 pounds, ability to reach and bend, and use 2-step stool while safely lifting and lowering boxes. Ability to travel to and from meetings, training sessions or other business-related events. May be required to work after hours to include weekends and holidays.
SECURITY SENSITIVE: This job class may contain positions that are security sensitive and thereby subject to the provisions of Texas Education Code § 51.215
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- About 145 languages are spoken here.
- Overall after-taxes living costs are 5.6 percent below the average for all 308 urban areas recently surveyed.
- Houston is a major-league sports town, and don’t forget the annual Houston Livestock Show & Rodeo.
- The weather is great! Mild winters ensure that outdoor activities can be enjoyed year-round.
- World-renowned medical care. The Houston metro area has long been known for its first-rate healthcare system, with many Houston area hospitals consistently ranking among the nation’s top institutions.
- With over 150 museums and cultural institutions in the Greater Houston area, museums are a large part of Houston’s cultural scene.
- Houston is the Culture & Culinary Capital of Texas with more than 7,500 restaurants and eating establishments covering 60+ cuisines.
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