Under the direction of the Professor - Info Systems & Technology, the Project Director- CUFCIT will: provide leadership by monitoring, directing, and reporting all activities of the grant in accordance with the grant contract; coordinate and process grant performance data from UVU and Utah Four Corner-Information Technology (UTFC-IT) partners to populate required grant reports and progress reports; publish progress reports monthly to keep faculty and administration informed of issues, progress and schedules for all components of the project.
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- Oversee Department of Labor; Central Utah-Four Corner IT Workforce Skilled-2-Succeed Alliance grant. Grant expires March 2012.
- Oversee UVU budget of $1,139,865 in accordance with the grant agreement.
- Oversee grant’s finance and delivery to ensure compliance of the grant in the amount of $2,269,465.00 million.
- Administer sub-grant contracts. (Navajo Education Technology Consortium = $504,190; Certi-port Inc = $464,410; Monument Valley High School = $161,000)
- Prepare grant reports and implement all programs, assuring compliance with grant guidelines.
- Prepare budget, submit to faculty, and administration for review and approval.
- Gather and analyze data to determine outcomes of the project. Use the various data systems to track outcomes in a timely and adequate manner to determine success of the project.
- Develop and coordinate faculty goals, objectives and activities for the grant.
- Direct and approve purchases and expenditures within limits of the budget and provide information regarding purchases and expenditures.
- Perform miscellaneous job-related duties as assigned.
- Administration Assistant III – part time
Three years of community college or information technology industry experience OR a combination of education and practical experience related to the essential functions of the job totaling three years. Federal grants management experience and bachelor degree preferred.
- Knowledge directing federal grant programs and WIA funds.
- Strong, effective interpersonal skills.
- Knowledge of underrepresented student populations.
- Knowledge of database management systems.
- Knowledge of Academic Advising and/or Faculty Mentoring programs.
- Federal grants management experience preferred.
- Experience with managing budgets.
- Excellent ability to communicate effectively in both written and oral formats.
- Ability to plan in advance and is progressive in attitude and action, and adequately follow through on set plans.
- Ability to gather and analyze data to determine outcomes of the project.
- Ability to facilitate collaborative work across college divisions and departments.
- Ability to communicate with a diversity group of individuals.