A minimum educational level of a Master’s degree in a Social Science field, Education, Communications, or Administration
At least five years of administrative and budgetary management experience
Excellent oral, written, and public speaking communication skills
Experience in grant writing and/or fundraising strongly preferred
Demonstrated knowledge of and experience serving low-income adult communities, particularly in an adult education context
Demonstrated knowledge and experience providing college access services, such as admissions, financial aid, and career counseling
Demonstrated experience in developing and maintaining partnerships with community organizations and government agencies
Commitment to the goals of the EOC project
Ability to work independently and as part of a team.
An individual who is bilingual (English-Spanish) and comes from a background similar to EOC participants is preferred.
Primary responsibility for the day-to-day administrative operation
Program implementation and operation
Conduct college access workshops at partner organizations
Staff monitoring, evaluation, and personnel actions
Allocation of resources for services/activities
Coordination of in-service training
Grant writing research and proposal development
Develop and maintain cooperative relationships with postsecondary, secondary, community organizations, and city agencies
Program reporting to the federal funding authority, the HCE Executive Director, and to the Board of Directors
Evaluation of all phases of activity
Some nights and weekends required.