Program Analyst (497091)

  • San Jose
  • San Jose, California
  • Aug 03, 2020
Full Time Project Management

Job Description

Description:
Reporting to the Program Director and under general supervision, this position works independently to provide highly complex administrative support to the Director, faculty, students and staff; Is responsible for the program budget and office operations, maintaining the long-term fiscal continuity of the program and multiple funds; Is responsible for analysis of operations, fiscal management, planning and administration of operational systems; and makes recommendations to the director and faculty regarding strategic choices and appropriate timing for program investment of resources. Responsibilities also include oversight of day-to-day administrative program operations.

Responsibilities include but are not limited to the following:

-Manage overall program budget including revenue and expenditures. Reconcile expenditures. Make mid-year projections and perform year-end reconciliations.
-Project new revenue sources based on professional services offered and reconcile with program budget.
-Prepare analyses of potential earnings vs. additional expenses for program charges for enhancements for Director review.
-Prepare analyses of budget implications for partnerships with other international institutions for director review.
-Work with analysts in other colleges to coordinate split funding and to compensate for multi-year faculty dissertation advising.
-Work with the Office of Financial Aid and Scholarships to calculate awards, project allocations and assist potential applicants as a liaison to this Office.
-Assist Director in calculating Professional Development funds for Ed.D. students. Manage, implement and track the AY usage and balances.
-Formulate and maintain intricate system of managing Doctoral-advising credit.
-Analyze enrollment-planning data and work with Financial Analyst to assure scheduling, faculty appointments and program salary budgets are in alignment.
-Build and oversee systems of documentation for all budget related issues.
-Design and analyze marketing surveys to recruit students.
-Analyze effectiveness of new initiatives.
-Establish and run community engagement events for recruitment and general PR. This includes off-site events.
-Develop various outreach materials.
-Manage program website, including design, updates and edits.
-Independently plan, organize and coordinate Ed.D. events.
-Support Director in general fundraising efforts by conceiving, developing, and executing events.
-Support Director in fundraising for special programs.
-Manage key donor relationships and their corresponding scholarships.

Closing Date/Time: Open until filled

Job Address

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