Duke Arts is Hiring! Senior Program Coordinator for DukeCreate
This new position will provide the vision and mission for DukeCreate in the comprehensive design and implementation of co-curricular arts workshops.
Manage the day-to-day operations of DukeCreate including the implementation and expansion of the DukeCreate umbrella program and workshop series. Build collaborative relationships with students, faculty and local community members engaging in the design, development and implementation of programmatic efforts. Oversee logistics, communication plan and marketing direction for DukeCreate. Oversee the management of resources and equipment. Provide long-range recommendations for capital projects. Oversee budget and manage appropriate expenditures ensuring that university procedures are followed. Partner with UCAE to execute fiduciary responsibilities and effectively utilize funding resources to enhance student arts engagement. Advise and communicate with key stakeholders on co-curricular arts engagement.
Provide supervision, training, evaluation and management of staff members. Ensure that effective performance reviews are conducted with all staff. Ensure and establish standards of performance and compliance with University policies and procedures. Direct all efforts in staff recruitment, development, and retention, ensuring compliance with University and Division policies and human resource strategies.
Provide direction and leadership in the implementation of assessment efforts for the DukeCreate team. Partner with Campus Life to develop and implement an annual assessment plan and develop long-term programmatic goals. Conduct relevant assessment initiatives that advance the work of DukeCreate in alignment with the Duke Arts vision and mission.
Navigate administrative processes for instructor payments and student organization event contracts. Serve as are source and advisor to students, staff and departments on legal liabilities and risk management in program planning and implementation for both student and departmental functions. Provide advisement in the planning and execution of events and collaborate with Corporate Risk Management to mitigate risk.
Serve as a resource and expert on University policy, procedures and programmatic initiatives, while maintaining and managing positive relationships with both Vice Provost of the Arts office/DukeArts as well as Campus Life departments, faculty, students, staff and various campus constituents.
Serve on short term and long-term University committees, lead search committees, attend professional development workshops, role model collaboration and build positive relationships both internal and external to Duke Arts and Student Affairs. Serve as a consultant/committee member to the Vice Provost of the Arts and Campus Life on strategic programming initiatives.
Perform other related duties as assigned or required to meet department, division, and University goals and objectives.
Education: Bachelors degree in arts, education, business or related degree required. Masters degree in Student Affairs, Arts Administration or relevant field strongly preferred.
Experience: Work generally requires a minimum of three years of higher education administrative experience in program planning, advising, student organizational support, and risk management with progressive levels of responsibilities. A minimum five years of experience preferred. Prior experience working within the arts in a college and university experience strongly preferred.
Position posted on July 2, 2019. Visit Duke Careers and enter 4393 to get to the position description and application.