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Academic Program Development Manager - Announcement #SP001673P
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University of Idaho | Moscow, ID
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Announcement #SP001673P

Academic Program Development Manager
University Outreach- Northern Idaho

Position Summary

Located at the University of Idaho at Coeur d’Alene (UICDA/Center), the Academic Program Development Manager facilitates the expansion and continuous improvement of academic program offerings in response to local need and the strategic objectives of the University. Primary responsibilities include: providing advisory assistance for faculty and staff on academic policies and procedures; identifying and coordinating expansion of and/or creation of new UICDA program offerings by working with associate deans, department chairs, and faculty in Moscow, Boise and other locations; assessing viability and improvement of existing offerings through analysis of in-house and market data. In addition, s/he will independently manage diverse Center projects and regularly engage in and organize meetings and other communications with business and public sector representatives, students and potential students. Expert knowledge of academic program parameters, distance delivery, program assessment, and analysis of local program demand is necessary.

The Academic Program Development Manager will represent UICDA among other local higher education institutions in the northern Idaho and Spokane area in coordinating program offerings and leading both internal and external collaborative efforts towards academic program development.

Minimum Qualifications


  • Earned Bachelor’s degree
  • Demonstrated experience in leading initiatives, excellent interpersonal communication skills, experience in consensus building.
  • Excellent writing and organizational skills.
  • Experience in facilitating group discussion and consensus.
  • Demonstrated project management experience.
  • Demonstrated experience establishing and maintaining effective working relationships.
  • Ability to conduct independent research, collect and analyze data, and to deliver concise and accurate written and oral reports.
  • Demonstrated ability in designing and organizing effective and educational presentations.

Preferred Qualifications

  • Knowledge of the University of Idaho programs, policies, regulations and procedures.
  • Knowledge of issues pertaining to part-time, working students at both undergraduate and graduate levels.
  • Grant writing, program development and administration experience.
  • Knowledge of northern Idaho community businesses and non-profit organizations.
  • Experience in advising students.

Physical Requirements & Working Conditions

  • Daily office hours, however occasional evening and weekend work is required.
  • Local and out of state travel may be required.

Salary range: $48,872 annually or higher commensurate with experience.


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About University of Idaho

Since 1889, the University of Idaho has been a place that expects more from itself, more from its students, more from knowledge and more from life. The University of Idaho is where students come to succeed and learn to lead. At our main campus in Moscow, Idaho – and our centers throughout the state –students find many opportunities to share in our community and culture. Idaho combines the strength of a large university with the intimacy of small learning communities. We offer a distinctive combination of outstanding majors and graduate programs, accomplished faculty, world-class facilities, renowned research and a residential campus in a spectacular natural setting. There's no better way to learn, think and live than at the University of Idaho. Expect more from a leading university. We'll deliver.