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LINGUIST List 19.513

Wed Feb 13 2008

Jobs: Technical & Professional Writing: Manager, Morgan State U

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        1.    Anita Pandey, Technical & Professional Writing/Communication: Manager, Morgan State University, Baltimore, MD, USA

Message 1: Technical & Professional Writing/Communication: Manager, Morgan State University, Baltimore, MD, USA
Date: 13-Feb-2008
From: Anita Pandey <apandeyjewel.morgan.edu>
Subject: Technical & Professional Writing/Communication: Manager, Morgan State University, Baltimore, MD, USA
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University or Organization: Morgan State University
Department: English & Language Arts
Job Location: Maryland, USA
Web Address: http://www.morgan.edu
Job Rank: Manager

Specialty Areas: Technical & Professional Writing/Communication


The College of Liberal Arts at Morgan State University, Baltimore,
Maryland, has an immediate opening for a full-time Administrative
Coordinator for a federal grant, Project ABCDE, Accelerating Baltimore
Children's Development through Education. Competitive salary. The position
is a fill-in appointment until September 30, 2008 with renewal pending
successful performance and the availability of funding.

Duties: The administrative coordinator is responsible for the
administrative workings of the grant, a position including but not limited
to the following: promoting the project ('Project ABCDE'); scheduling
workshops and meetings; generating and maintaining databases of evaluative
measurements concerning student recruitment, retention and post-exit tools
to be used to measure progress, and assisting with the design of objective
and reliable evaluation instruments for Project ABCDE. The administrative
coordinator will also troubleshoot admission/registration/billing problems.
The coordinator will also be responsible for contacting all partners, and
Advisory Board members; designing, managing and updating the project web
site, locating and reserving classrooms and other facilities as needed,
ordering resources for courses and workshops, cataloging and organizing
acquisitions, organizing and maintaining relevant databases on the program,
assisting with the preparation of quarterly reports, and ensuring that
grades are submitted to the registrar's office on time, among other duties
determined by the PI.

Qualifications: A graduate degree in professional and technical writing,
education, linguistics, or a related field is desired. However, candidates
with a Bachelor's degree and commensurate experience will be considered.
The applicant must possess excellent verbal and written communication
skills and be a dedicated and innovative team player. Use of Excel,
Publisher, and/or other project management technologies is required.
Experience writing reports and managing grants is a plus. Position involves
some travel between grant sites in Baltimore and Prince George's County.
Applicant must have own transportation and be authorized to work.

The University: Morgan State University is an HBCU with the distinct
designation as Maryland's public urban university. It is committed at the
undergraduate level to the liberal arts, sciences, business, architecture,
education and engineering. Undergraduates may pursue studies in 39 areas of
concentration as well as in pre-professional fields of pharmacy, dentistry,
medicine, medical technology and law. At the graduate level, the University
offers 21 master's degree programs, including programs in the arts and
sciences, business, education, built-environment studies (i.e.,
architecture, landscape architecture, city and regional planning),
engineering, public health, social work and transportation. It also offers
doctoral programs in bioenvironmental science, business administration,
educational leadership, engineering, English, higher education, history,
mathematics education, public health, science education and social work.

Please submit a letter of application and resume listing the names and
contact information of three references to: Dr. Anita Pandey, PI/Project

Application Deadline: Open until filled.
Mailing Address for Applications:
Anita Pandey
1700 East Cold Spring Lane
Holmes 202
Baltimore, MD 21251
Contact Information:
Anita Pandey
Email: apandeyjewel.morgan.edu
Phone: 443-885-1752
Fax: 443-885-8225

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