Position TitleLifelong Learning Curriculum Programmer
DepartmentALUMNI RELATIONS (UA-ALUM-IUBLA)
The IU Alumni Association (IUAA) brings more than 640,000 IU graduates together to support one another and Indiana University throughout their lives. The IUAA activates IU’s powerful global network through live events, webinars, chartered alumni communities, scholarship programs, and seriously fun traditions. The association is a membership organization that connects alumni, students, and friends through communications, activities, programs, and services. Additionally, it develops and supports volunteer leadership, serves as a voice for alumni as the university evolves, and provides lifelong learning opportunities. More information about IUAA can be found at *************.
The IU Lifelong Learning Program is responsible for planning, developing and executing personal enrichment experiences for adults in our local and regional area and also for developing the annual Mini University program, a one-week adult learning vacation open to IU alumni and friends that is held each summer on the IUB campus.
The Curriculum Programmer identifies hot topics and subject matters with broad-base appeal and develops them into short, personal enrichment courses/learning experiences/day trips for adults in the greater Monroe County community area.They will assist in the development of noncredit courses/learning experiences/day trips for fall and spring IU Lifelong Learning catalogs.
This role will work with the class instructor, assistant director, and director to determine all of the course logistics.
Under the supervision of the Assistant Director and the guidance of the Director, this position will assist in the development of the curriculum for the annual Mini University Conference and the overall execution during the conference. This involves identifying and recruiting IUB faculty to teach at Mini University conference and working with IUB faculty to ensure Mini U deadlines are met for copy and scheduling purposes.
REQUIRED: Bachelor’s degree and two years of professional level experience developing, implementing, and coordinating programs and events.
Possess a valid driver’s license with the ability to be insured by Indiana University.
Excellent interpersonal and communication skills, written and verbal including a customer service orientation and ability to interact and communicate professionally with a wide variety of individuals. Awareness of/familiar with IUB academic schools, departments, centers and institutes. Ability to broaden/build campus and community partnerships through programming. Strong organizational and multitasking skills including ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously while consistently meeting deadlines. Self-initiator, creative thinker, resourceful. Demonstrated ability to work independently and in a team environment. Proficiency in Microsoft Office Applications including Word, Excel, Outlook and PowerPoint.
Two years work experience in a university setting.
Working Conditions / Physical Demands
Averages 15-17 hours per week but will fluctuate during peak times.
This position will require working some evenings and weekends as needed to serve as class/trip facilitator.
Posting Detail Information
Open Until FilledNo
Posting DisclaimerThis posting may be closed at any time at the discretion of the University, but it will remain open for a minimum of 5 business days.
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