Program Director

Program Director Job Description Template

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


  • Oversee and manage experienced state-based campaign consultants in at least three priority states across the region;
  • Discipline communities;
  • Participate in the discipline-related professional communities;
  • Summarizes Team PI Objectives into Program Objectives and publishes to the program;
  • Program planning and evaluation;
  • Deliver a professional advancement curriculum for Station1 Frontiers Fellowship program;
  • Assist in skills development and mentoring of team members;
  • Activelyparticipate in proposal efforts across programs to ensure customer and Mooginterests are being met;
  • Lead the development and roll out of Member Programming initiatives, that drive member retention and evangelism;
  • Develops the program schedule ensuring the school district requirements are met; may act as liaison between Pace and local school district;
  • Address all problematic work performance in accordance with company policy;
  • Monitor the program budget;
  • Develops and communicates annual training plan for center;
  • Participate in training and orientation as required and approved by the Division Director for effective program operation;
  • Manage promotional projects including, but not limited to.


  • Demonstrated personal leadership and a commitment to developing, inspiring and motivating a staff team;
  • Strong organizational skills;
  • Proven track record of managing com plex , enterprise wide programs (Data, API, Automation with enterprise-wide impacts;
  • Expert in all phases of program/ project management ( tools, in particular MS Project and Excel;
  • Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Science, Information Systems, Business Administration or equivalent work experience in similar work environment;
  • Computer skills including Word, Excel, PowerPoint;
  • Innate passion to continuously learn and apply the nuances of the business and client culture;
  • Experience in a supervisory role an asset;
  • Remains flexible about staffing schedules;
  • Five years’ experience in administrative, management and supervisory job capacity;
  • Demonstrated track record of successful fiscal and operational leadership; financial expertise;
  • Program planning and evaluation;
  • Minimum age requirements may apply;
  • If internal to the YMCA, must have a minimum YMCA Team Leader certification;
  • Ability to express thoughts logically, in English, in written and verbal form using correct grammar.