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Program Manager

DESCRIPTION

A full-time position that reports to the Director of Leadership Development, the Program Manager is an important part of the PCP team and is responsible for managing PCP’s partnerships and programs at academic institutions across the country. The Program Manager serves as manager for all PCP-run programs related to the PCP Action Network, including but not limited to: the Cohort Program, the Catalyst Program, the Coaching Development Program, and the Gregg Stracks Leadership Summit. The Program Manager also manages PCP’s role in partner academic programs such as the Relational Leadership Institute (RLI).

The Program Manager is a self-starter who utilizes their own leadership skills and an equity lens to build relationships with and support the work of students, faculty, and administrative staff in their local projects to further PCP’s mission and values and disseminate Leadership skills and theories throughout the academic community.

QUALIFICATIONS

  • Three to five years experience in the academic and/or nonprofit sector
  • Strong project management skills
  • Strong technical skills, including Microsoft Office and Google Docs
  • Proficient in CRM systems, preferably Salesforce
  • Experience in education curriculum design preferred
  • Entrepreneurial spirit
  • Demonstrated commitment to the principles of continuous improvement, to organizational mission and values, and to justice for all
  • Self-directed, collaborative worker with proven history of taking initiative
  • Reliability, good judgment, and flexibility
  • 15% travel; evening and weekend work required

HOW TO APPLY

Please submit a resume and cover letter with your application. Read the complete job description and responsibilities for the role here.

Senior Instructional Designer

DESCRIPTION

The Senior Instructional Designer is an important role for PCP as we continue to expand our core curriculum offerings. This position is focused on designing training for both external and internal participant delivery using a variety of modalities (instructor-led classroom and webinar, self-paced e-learning, blended); and using existing templates to develop training materials such as toolkits, participant and trainer materials, reference tools and data, activities, and certification exams. This position is also responsible for revising existing content on an ongoing basis and sharing recommendations and implementing changes to courses or curriculum. This position partners across the PCP network including our national team, student/faculty community, and our ever expanding client population. Though not the primary focus, on occasion, this position may also deliver training sessions.

QUALIFICATIONS

  • Minimum five to seven years experience ideally in an academic, non-profit, consulting or business environment working on instructional design assignments
    instructional design skills (analysis, design, development, implementation, evaluation)
  • Basic to intermediate e-learning development skills utilizing software (for example: Captivate, Camtasia)
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite
  • Strong written and oral communication skills, experience in communicating effectively with a diverse group
  • Prefer experience with Leadership development frameworks
  • Prefer experience with SalesForce and learning management systems
  • Prefer experience in the following industries: healthcare, academia

HOW TO APPLY

Please submit a resume and cover letter with your application. Read the complete job description and responsibilities for the role here.

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