- Program Coordinator (5636), DC, USA
Department: Washington College of Law
Salary Range: $26.37- $28.57/hr
Work Hours per Week:
This position works with the Co-Directors in all aspects of the Academy on Human Rights and Humanitarian Law. The Program Coordinator’s main responsibilities revolve around the development and implementation of procedures, maintenance of program compliance with university and law school policy and the day-to-day supervision of the various Programs. This includes the general oversight of the LL.M. Program and Summer Program and working closely with the Coordinators of the LL.M. and Moot Court to achieve seamless flow of the various moving pieces of the Program’s complex operation.
A Bachelor’s degree or the equivalent in education, training, or experience is required. A Master’s degree or graduate studies is preferred.
At least two years of work experience in office management
At least two years of supervisory experience
Excellent command of oral and written Spanish
Demonstrated experience in organizing workshops and/or other similar training operations as well as experience with online education are essential
Experience with student recruitment/marketing strategies
Ability to work with students and professionals from diverse legal and cultural backgrounds
Good cross-cultural and communication skills
Initiative and ability to create and implement over-arching program goals
Professional experience with social media campaign strategies
Strong attention to detail and demonstrated excellence working in a fast-paced environment
Ability to multi-task and juggle many projects at once is a must
Ability to work independently as well as member of a team
Ability to work under pressure and handle stress
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