REPORTS TO: Provost (with dotted lines to other Academic Affairs staff)
EMPLOYEE TYPE: Full time
The Educational Ventures and Services Administrator works closely with the Provost, Academic Affairs staff, faculty, Admissions, Finance, and other offices as needed to complete specific administrative tasks associated with developing and maintaining new and existing academic programs and modalities at the College, with special attention to the Learning Management System (Schoology, for both online and on-campus courses), summer, study abroad, visiting student, and high school dual enrollment programs. Duties also include responsibilities in curriculum planning; advisement of students; assisting with assessment, approval, and accreditation tasks; and assisting with the creation and review of new and existing academic assets and curricula. The Administrator supports Academic Affairs staff with academic data collection, formatting, and analysis tasks across many contexts.
ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:
Coordinates online, summer, study abroad, visiting student, and high school dual enrollment programs and modalities (curricular and co-curricular; credit and non-credit) in close collaboration with Admissions, the Registrar, the Bursar, and other staff.
Holds primary administrative responsibility for the Summer Academy program for high school students, including supervision of student workers and direct oversight during daytimes, evenings, weekends, and overnight during the Academy (1-2 weeks each summer).
Coordinates the design and creation of Learning Management System (LMS) assets and modalities for online, on-campus, and hybrid courses and programs (curricular and co-curricular; credit and non-credit) in conjunction with subject matter experts, course designers, and media lab staff. Holds primary responsibility for administration of the Learning Management System, Schoology, for both online and on-campus courses. Coordinates the training of faculty and other stakeholders in use of the LMS.
Works closely and cooperatively with the Registrar to coordinate information technology and instruction at the College, using both the LMS (Schoology) and the Student Information System (CAMS).
Coordinates technical, instructional, and learning support for online, summer, study abroad, visiting student and high school dual enrollment students and the faculty involved with them. Serves as a liaison between these students, faculty, and the Academic Affairs staff.
At the direction of the Director of Advising, assists with academic advising and curriculum planning.
Assists the Provost, faculty, and Academic Affairs staff with administrative tasks associated with the assessment, approval, and accreditation of new and existing academic programs and assets in various modalities (curricular and co-curricular; credit and non-credit).
ESSENTIAL SKILLS & EXPERIENCE:
Understanding of and commitment to the College’s mission
Bachelor’s degree (B.A./B.S.) and experience with academic programs (or equivalent transferable professional experience) strongly preferred; experience with online learning a plus
Facility with spreadsheet design, data handling, and budgeting design/supervision
Ability to articulate the elements of the College’s academic programs effectively to prospective students, with special attention to the value of online, summer, study abroad, visiting student, and high school dual enrollment programs
Ability to research policy, learn quickly, and manage complex and varied administrative tasks simultaneously
Ability to effectively coordinate the technical elements of online and on-campus learning in conjunction with appropriate experts
Excellent written and oral skills
Attention to detail, excellent memory, diligence
Strong planning, organizational, quantitative, and financial skills
Ability to work cooperatively with faculty, students, staff and external constituents at all levels
Ability to represent the College and its programs positively and effectively to all constituents
EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY:
As a religious and educational corporation, the institution does not unlawfully discriminate in its educational and employment policies against any person on the basis of sex, race, color, age, disability, or national or ethnic origin.
About The King's College - New York City
We educate young leaders to seamlessly integrate their faith, ethics, and morality into their lives and careers. Students are immersed in challenging academic and spiritual study that demands thinking, communicating, and problem-solving with the mind, heart, and soul. We require engagement with complex ideas to guide the strategic institutions of society — government, commerce, law, media, civil society, education, the arts, and the Church. We participate in a demanding curriculum and present unique opportunities to students in the heart of New York City. We are not a college for the timid soul — we value bravery, commitment, and action.