Assistant Program Coordinator, Temple University

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Job Title Assistant Program Coordinator
Location TU: Center for Social Policy and Community Development
Campus Main Campus
Full/Part Time Full
Job Number TU-08383
Date Posted 12/29/2005

Job Qualifications:
The Assistant Program Coordinator will be responsible for the day-to-day operations of the program in accordance with the mission statement of DHS’s office of Community Based Prevention Services. This includes oversight of the planning, development and implementation of all program activities; supervision of staff, interns and work study students; fundraising and proposal development to support the Boone Student Support Center; development of internal procedures to ensure compliance with funding sources and building relationships with social service and support agencies as well as community organizations and leaders. The Assistant Program Coordinator participates in community and citywide coalition efforts aimed at community development and family support services, identifies legislative and policy issues impacting community residents and families, financial planning/management, budget preparation, purchasing of materials. Perform other duties as assigned.

Required Education and Experience:
Bachelor’s degree (preferred in Social Work) or related field with an emphasis in planning and administration and two to three years experience in program administration, planning and clinical supervision. An equivalent combination of education and experience may be considered.

Required Skills and Abilities:
*Demonstrated interpersonal skills to interact with social service agencies, support agencies, community organizations and government leaders.
*Strong verbal and written communication skills.
*Demonstrated ability to maintain and analyze financial records.
*Experience with computer applications to include: word processing, database analysis and database management skills.
*Proven ability to work with diverse staff, community youth and residents.
*Acquired knowledge of community needs and resources.
*Demonstrated supervisory experience.

*Master’s degree in Social Work.

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