Assistant Director

Assistant Director Job Description Template

Our company is looking for a Assistant Director to join our team.

Responsibilities:

  • Oversee the assignment of faculty, courses, and classrooms for the program;
  • Accurately advise assigned students and drop-ins on classes, academic requirements, and policies;
  • Guide, direct, and support the day-to-day activities of administrative and advisement support personnel;
  • Facilitate the review, approval, and filing of course syllabi for the department;
  • Coordinate meetings of faculty advisors;
  • Contributes to company’s marketing plan and strategy;
  • Manage the payments to senior advisors and other departmental non-salary expenses;
  • Facilitate the periodic review and update of permanent faculty workload and contract files;
  • Responsible for the establishment of the Little Rock Regional Office’s policies and procedures consistent with national mandates;
  • Ability to walk stairs, stand for periods of time, carry up to 40 lbs., work in both indoor and outdoor climates throughout the day;
  • Prepares briefings and presents information to individuals and groups of varying sizes and levels of leadership;
  • Provides feedback and input from current and prospective partners in these markets. Performs other duties as assigned;
  • Resource for professional admissions staff in absence of Assistant Director – Admissions (Professional Program Admissions);
  • Represents Working Partners® in business and in the community;
  • Act as Director of Admissions Workday delegate.

Requirements:

  • Bachelor’s degree in related field such as Human Relations;
  • Strong interpersonal, organizational, and oral/written communication skills;
  • Must be able to read, write, speak, and understand the English language;
  • Attends System board meetings, serves as Board Recording Secretary; represents the System at meetings as required in the absence of the Director;
  • Ability to Communicate Professionally in the Written Form;
  • Ability to communicate effectively, in writing, as well as verbally;
  • Significant demonstrated experience working in interdisciplinary teams and supporting team science; and;
  • Five years Long Term care experience preferred;
  • A PhD related to the STC member disciplines;
  • Highly organized;
  • At least two years of professional teaching experience with infant to preschool children;
  • Ability to connect people’s passions and interests to Hillel’s mission;
  • Ability to manage people;
  • Ability to travel; some evening and weekend work required;
  • Committed to pluralism and comfortable using personal relationship with Judaism to act as a role model and mentor for emerging Jewish adults.