The York College Center for Community Engagement (CCE) invites applications for a full-time position as Director of Programming. The successful candidate will have the opportunity to work in the design, development, and execution of CCE programs on our campus and downtown locations. She/he will also have the opportunity to inform and enrich our faculty’s community-based learning initiatives.
The Director of Programming will assist in the development and management of curricular and co-curricular programming for the York College students through the Center for Community Engagement and Graham Scholars Program. The Director will work in collaboration with the CCE Dean, the CCE Director of Operations, our College faculty, and other appropriate campus and community partners to develop experiential learning programs that help our students learn while they are serving the community. Key outcomes include:
• Developing, maintaining, delivering, and assessing high-quality programming for the CCE, including curricular and co-curricular community-based learning initiatives, collaborative arts programming in Marketview Arts, and community partnerships; position may include teaching or other classroom contact hours with students as appropriate;
• Providing faculty, student, and staff development toward effective community-based learning courses and co-curricular initiatives;
• Contributing to programming for the Graham Innovation Scholars Program, including summer research program, study abroad, community mentors, and other key initiatives;
• Maintaining web and other media presence for the CCE and Graham Innovation Scholars;
• Representing the Center at community and campus meetings.
Masters or Doctoral degree in a field related to community-based learning and/or entrepreneurship required. 3+ years of experience with community-based work, as well as training in and/or 2+ years of experience with curriculum design for community-based settings are expected. At least one year of successful teaching experience strongly preferred.
Key attributes include:
• Understanding of current and innovative pedagogical techniques in Community-Based Learning;
• The ability to work cooperatively and relate well to others;
• Excellent interpersonal and communication skills;
• Ability to develop and manage college-level curricular materials;
• Excellent organization skills with attention to details;
• Good verbal and written skills with the ability to effectively interact with a wide range of individuals, e.g., students, faculty, staff, executives, businesspersons, local government leaders, etc.
• Computer literacy and proficiency in MS Office, spreadsheet programs, web design, and social media
• Ability to work independently, organize tasks, and meet deadlines
Please use the link provided below to apply for the position of Director of Programming for the York College Center for Community Engagement
Interested candidates should electronically submit the following:
Review of applications will begin July 18, 2016, and will continue until the position is filled.Read Full Description