Brite Divinity School invites applications for a Grant-funded program manager to coordinate the various aspects of a grant related to student indebtedness and financial well-being. The grant includes gathering data on student and graduate indebtedness, development and implementation of workshops and venues for educating students, graduates, churches, clergy, judicatory leaders, faculty and administration, networking with judicatory and church leaders, and working with administration at Brite to develop strategies for attending to student debt load. Program manager will supervise the work of a part-time research assistant and will report to the Dean and Associate Dean at the Divinity School. Review of applications will begin January 6, 2014, and continue until the position is filled.
Education required: Masters degree in area related to theology and/or ministry; three years post-graduate experience
Skills needed: Computer skills; ability to manage multiple projects and meet deadlines; ability to communicate verbally; ability to draft grammatically correct correspondence; computer search skills; ability to develop and implement workshops around financial management; ability to constructively interact with both internal and external constituencies, judicatory leaders, peers, students and maintain positive relationships; ability to review and make recommendations to improve, and streamline processes, maintain documents, and be in compliance with institutional policies; recognize and avoid conflicts of interest with current students or recent graduates.