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Director of Non-Credit Healthcare Programs
Health Professions

Plans, organizes, directs, staffs, and evaluates programs in conferencing, professional development, corporate training, continuing education, and community education, trains, supervises, and evaluates staff as appropriate; develop new programs based on emerging trends; performs specific job tasks/functions unique to position as assigned by supervisor.

  • Assess the needs of professionals, businesses, industry and government organizations, and community groups for courses, seminars, training programs, workshops, and conferences;
  • Develop new programs and offerings to meet the needs identified through the assessment process;
  • Resolve conflicts and solves problems;
  • Interview and hire adjunct faculty;
  • Prepare, issue and track billings for partnering organizations;
  • Monitor course enrollments to ensure profitability;
  • Manage online payroll for contracted temporary employees;
  • Develop marketing materials and strategy for existing and new programming;
  • Attend community activities to market and promote Continuing Education offerings;
  • Supervise and evaluate the work of assigned staff;
  • Prepare and manage budgets for area of responsibility and establish revenue targets;
  • Provide statistical data and documentation as needed for various College, federal, and state Reports;
  • Develop and execute a targeted marketing plan and coordinate the development of brochures, press releases, and other materials;
  • Interact with internal and external customers to provide necessary support services for scheduled programming;
  • Compose and prepare various correspondence to customers in area of expertise including proposals, grant proposals, program descriptions, and agreements;
  • Facilitate meetings, training programs, workshops, and other activities as necessary;
  • Set and evaluate annual unit goals and performance objectives;
  • Maintain a current knowledge of emerging trends and changing technologies in order to

            develop new programs in area of expertise;

  • Maintain and conduct an aggressive outreach program and a high level of visibility with business, government, students and community organizations;
  • Perform specific job tasks/functions unique to position as assigned by supervisor;
  • Develop, with supervisor, an annual performance plan detailing goals and objectives
  • Follow established MHEC guidelines for co-sponsored and contract training programs;
  • Negotiate and manage contractual agreements with community and partnering organizations;
  • Other duties as assigned. 

Bachelor’s degree required, with preference in fields related to healthcare, education, business management or administration, and minimum of three years’ experience in program management, corporate training or education. 



  • Advanced knowledge of the methods, techniques, principals, and procedures associated with area of specialization;
  • Develop and maintain relationships with various community, business, and government groups;
  • Ability to facilitate training programs, workshops, meetings, etc.;
  • Ability to identify and assess needs and to develop and implement programs in area of expertise;
  • Ability to resolve conflicts and solve problems;
  • Ability to work and cooperate with co-workers and supervisors at all levels;
  • Ability to work with, within, and promote a diverse workforce and environment;
  • Ability to train, supervise and evaluate the work of others;
  • Knowledge of relevant computer software applications;
  • Ability to develop and track budgets;
  • Ability to coordinate the activities of several ongoing projects;
  • Excellent communication skills;
  • Ability to understand and act on oral and written instructions in English;
  • Ability to maintain customer service and satisfaction as it relates to assigned unit or area of expertise;
  • Ability to learn and perform all essential job functions accurately;
  • Ability to learn the College’s mission and vision and the role of the position in achieving them.
  • Ability to develop new business, partnering with outside organizations for contract and co-sponsored training.
  • Research and develop new training programs
  • Most of the job is sedentary, however, occasional periods of light work may be required, lifting up to approximately 35 lbs. occasionally,
  • The worker will be exposed primarily to inside office conditions,
  • Other physical requirements will include, but may not be limited to, the following physical activities:
    1. Oral and written communication,
    2. The employee must be able to receive, understand, and communicate verbal and written instruction and communicate in the English language.
  • Visual acuity appropriate for a normal clerical-type position,
  • Hearing,
  • Fingering,
  • Grasping,
  • Pushing, pulling, lifting, reaching, - occasionally
  • Bending, stooping, kneeling, - occasionally
  • Climbing stairs – occasionally
  • Walking – frequently
  • Valid Driver’s License.
  •  Occasional travel may be required (<25% of the time).
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