The Adult Education Program Manager at Community Impact provides oversight and management of a robust GED program as well as several extracurricular programs such as Computer Training and Job Road, serving 550 participants annually on campus and at satellite locations. The Manager recruits, trains and supervises approximately 30 Columbia work-study student staff and 60 volunteer teachers and tutors; works cross-functionally with the Social Services and College Road programs; develops new program components and curricula; tracks and delivers government grant outcomes, and performs administrative functions.
Community Impact is part of University Life, which is a central division at the University focused on enhancing the student experience across Columbia’s 17 schools and colleges. University Life programs and initiatives are informed by three core values: inclusion & belonging, student well-being and sexual respect. The University Life division consists of four departments: Student Life, Student Conduct and Community Standards, Religious Life and Community Impact.
Bachelor’s degree with three years minimum experience in adult education required; prior experience in program management, staff supervision and training and oversight of government grant deliverables required. Has experience working with low income, diverse populations and an understanding of their needs; proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite and Google Workspace; excellent oral and written communication skills; ability to manage multiple tasks.
Master’s degree; experience in workforce development, fundraising, and evaluation processes.
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