In this role, the selected candidate will be Responsible for the application, support, and coordination of tutoring and learning activities and schedules, including scheduling, tracking and promoting tutoring hours; scheduling and conducting workshops and class visits; assisting with tutor staff training and meetings; processing tutor staff records.
The Assistant Director of Finance is responsible for providing consistent leadership in the financial area of the hotel by supplying management with guidance and training. He/she is also responsible for focusing on the profitability of the business, maintaining accurate and timely financial reporting, ensuring acceptable levels on internal control, ensuring compliance with all federal, state, and local regulations, and safeguarding owners/investors assets.
The successful candidate will have strong leadership skills, an ability to communicate effectively with students and have had leadership of inexperienced volunteer groups such as students focused on fundraising.
In this role, you will assist Key Account Relationship Management team with achieving annual goals of meeting clients objectives, developing client strategies, and addressing opportunities from their clients and intermediaries.
In this role, the The Assistant Director of Dining Services is responsible for directing, guiding, and continually developing the overall medical nutrition therapy and dining services programs throughout all PHG facilities in accordance with current applicable federal, state, and local standards, guidelines, and regulations.
In this role, the candidate will participate in appropriate recruitment and enrollment activities including: open houses, regional presentations, training sessions, orientation programs, career days, etc.
The assistant director will be responsible to work with the director of the center for financial services in developing and maintaining relationships and strategic partnerships and contribute to the overall strategy and continued growth of the organization, programs and activities.
In this role, the selected candidate will be responsible for the student and community development of housing students through programming, staff training, supervision, crisis management, facility management and student behavior.
In this role, the selected candidate manages ongoing relationships and serves as a primary liaison with external organizations and deans, faculty, and other key stakeholders; reviews, develops, and delivers proposals with the goal of increasing partnerships and funding.