The Project Manager has responsibility in several key areas; they will oversee the development and execution of plans for institutional initiatives and strategic projects. They will also manage the continuing operations of the college’s student assessment processes and ensure evidence collection for accreditation. They will also assist in meeting the institutions state and federal reporting requirements.
The Product Manager will work with campus stakeholders to manage projects and expectations to successful completion and fulfillment. They will be responsible for guiding projects from approval to completion. The Project Manager will have a key voice in determining project viability and prioritization. Overseeing multiple project schedules, identifying and resolving conflicts, and communicating key status updates. The position requires a high level of presence among the development team and the leadership team to quickly identify and resolve potential issues or delays.
The Program Manager is also responsible for compiling and organizing evidence for the purposes of institutional accreditation. This individual is charged with developing systems to collect, organize and manage a large volume of information.
Overseeing student assessment the Program Manger will work with various campus departments making sure all students complete the institutions assessment requirements.
The Project Manager will also be responsible to assist the college meet its state and federal requirements, this will involve working closely with other PI&I staff to help gather necessary data, administer survey’s and submit data to outside agencies.
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MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS (Knowledge, Abilities, Education and Experience)
1. Bachelor’s degree required, ideally in project management or related discipline.
2. Technical proficiency in project management tools and working knowledge of project management concepts and methodologies.
3. Strong analytical skills to discern key information, grasp potential ramifications, eliminate obstacles and proactively and creatively problem solve.
4. Research skills to gather data, draw conclusions and make effective recommendations.
5. Excellent interpersonal, collaborative and communication skills; demonstrated ability to establish positive working relationships at all levels.
6. Ability to maintain focus on priorities while multitasking. Adaptable in a fast-paced environment.
7. High degree of personal ownership and accountability.
8. Strong organizational and time management skills; attention to detail; ability to exercise sound judgment and discretion
9. Working knowledge of data extraction processes and reporting tools, SQL, SSRS, CROA and Excel
For those candidates who do not meet all the minimum qualifications, an equivalent combination of education and experience which has provided comparable knowledge and abilities will be acceptable.
Western Wyoming Community College is located in Rock Springs, a town of 24,000 in the high desert in the middle portion of the Rocky Mountains. In recent years, Western has been nationally recognized for its picturesque campus, quality online programs, and military-friendly atmosphere.
The College has modern facilities and serves as the cultural hub for Sweetwater County. Located in southwestern, Wyoming, Rock Springs is a great place with close proximity to abundant activities, with many focused on the great outdoors, such as wildlife viewing, kayaking, fossil hunting, rock climbing, ATVing, rodeo, mountain biking, motor sports and BMX, fishing, water sports, skiing, snowshoeing, hunting, golf, hiking, camping, and more.
Rock Springs is a few hours' drive south of Yellowstone National Park and the Grand Tetons, and about three hours northeast of Salt Lake City, Utah.
Wyoming Retirement System
Basic Life Insurance
Employee Supplemental Life Insurance
Spouse Supplemental Life Insurance
Dependent Life Insurance