This position may be eligible for a hybrid work arrangement that may include a partially remote work location, consistent with System Office policy. UNC Chapel Hill employees are generally required to reside within a reasonable commuting distance of their assigned duty station.
The Project Director is primarily responsible for all management of the funded project, Helping Heels – Expanding Access to Care and Improving Opportunities for Rural Schools in the Tarheel State. The director will be responsible for monitoring and performing the tasks required for the project beginning at the time of award notice until the award has been financially closed. The person in this position will work closely with the PI of the grant to ensure effective management of the funded project and act as a liaison between the partnering school districts, the School of Education, and the PI of the grant.
Job duties include, but are not limited to:
* Developing and/or maintaining partner relationships. * Leading and supporting strategic initiatives across the project. * Completing grant required funding reports. * Ensuring fidelity to a research and evaluation plan for dissemination of results. * Opportunities for teaching graduate level courses if eligible to hold an adjunct faculty appointment. Courses includes clinical practicum and internship. * Overseeing field experience coordination and program assessment and evaluation. * Leading the grant management and compliance on a daily basis under the direction of the project director. * Preparing any requests for budgets, re-budgeting, subcontract, extensions and any other project modifications in collaboration with the project director to include reviewing and processing all project expenditure requests for students and faculty. * Ensuring compliance per sponsor guidelines and policies, as well as campus and School of Education policies.
Education and Experience:
Previous or comparable experience in grant management or program coordination/leadership is highly desirable. Preference given to candidates with an earned doctorate in Counselor Education from a CACREP accredited program.
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