Associate Director, Maryland Educational Opportunity Center

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Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc.

Manages the program component of the Maryland Educational Opportunity Center in the City of Baltimore and Howard County, as approved for funding through Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Incorporated.

• Assumes responsibility for the effective programming of the Maryland Educational Opportunity Center, as it relates to the approved grant proposal.

• Directs recruitment and program development of the project.
• Manages and directs the activities of the counseling staff.
• Assumes the responsibility for the staffing, training and professional growth of the program counseling staff consistent with the long-term goals of the project.
• Supervises the counseling staff to include recruitment, hiring recommendations, staffing, performance evaluations, disciplinary actions, and professional development. Partners with Human Resources with managing sensitive employee data.
• Fosters productive partnerships in Baltimore City and Howard County.
• Assumes the responsibility for meeting the reporting and evaluation requirements of the Education Opportunity Center funding as outlined by the U.S. Department of Education.
• Serves on committees and local advisory councils that support the enhancement of the program goals and objectives.
• Represents the office in the absence of the director.
• Incorporates data driven decisions for program enhancement and goal completion.
• Prepares data and performance reports as required by the Maryland Educational Opportunity Center, Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Incorporated and the U.S. Department to Education.
• Ability to launch recruitment drives and support community partnerships and events.
• Relocation is not provided. Successful candidate must live within a 50-mile radius of the work address by their start date.

• Must possess a Master’s Degree in Counseling Services, Secondary Education, or an related discipline.
• Minimum of five to seven years’ experience in an education counseling management and/or non-credit programming management capacity.
• Minimum of five years’ experience serving in a supervisory capacity.
• Compliance and grants management experience required.

• Data management experience: collection, analysis, and reporting required.
• Must possess a thorough knowledge of program planning and counseling, with specific knowledge of staff professional development.
• Must possess ability to identify, analyze and solve program problems.
• Must be able to develop leadership qualities among support staff.
• Must be able to plan effectively and implement ideas to achieve program goals and objectives.
• Proficiency in Microsoft Office applications, to include Outlook, Word, Excel, Publisher, Access, and PowerPoint.
• Knowledge and use of virtual platforms (i.e., Zoom, Microsoft Teams, WebEx, etc.).

For consideration, email your resume along with a cover letter that specifically states your salary requirements to In your email, please include the title of the desired position in the subject line.

Incomplete submissions will not receive priority consideration.

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