Employment Opportunities with AUC Consortium, Inc.
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We seek to recruit and retain talented individuals who are committed to the Atlanta University Center Consortium’s mission and prepared to use their unique strengths to support our campus and community programs.
Employment Opportunities At The Aucc
Announcements regarding open positions are posted when available. At this time, there are no open positions with the AUCC.
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The AUC Consortium offers competitive medical benefits, vacation time, appropriate sick and family leave options and retirement planning.
As an equal opportunity employer, the AUC Consortium does not discriminate on any basis protected by applicable federal, state or local law including race, color, religion, creed, gender, gender identity, national origin, age, disability, sexual orientation, martial, veteran status, genetic information or any other legally protected status. The Consortium will make reasonable accommodations for qualified individuals with known disabilities unless doing so would result in undue hardship.
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National Data Science Alliance (NDSA) Project Manager
The Atlanta University Center (AUC) Consortium invites applications for the position of National Data Science Alliance (NDSA) Project Manager. The NDSA is funded by the National Science Foundation (NSF 2217346) and is subject to the related terms and conditions. The Project Manager will join the NDSA Backbone team at the AUC Consortium to ensure project goals and milestones are effectively implemented and met.
The AUC Consortium is a nonprofit organization conceived to coordinate activities assigned to it by its member institutions, improve efficiency through mutual sharing of resources, and create economies of scale. As the world’s oldest and largest Consortium of HBCUs, the AUC Consortium member institutions include Clark Atlanta University, Morehouse College, Morehouse School of Medicine, and Spelman College. The AUC Consortium is located in Atlanta, GA, and houses the AUC Data Science Initiative that facilitates and coordinates data science-focused research, activities, and programs across the Consortium’s institutions and the AUC Robert W. Woodruff Library. The Initiative will provide support to the NDSA Backbone.
The NDSA expands data science research and education at Historically Black Colleges and Universities(HBCUs) and develops a national network of HBCUs with industry, government, and academic collaboration to transform data science discoveries into tangible societal benefits that advance equity for all. The NDSA will increase the number of Blacks earning data science credentials by at least 20,000 and will actively engage over 1,000 HBCU faculty, staff, and administrative leaders in targeted efforts that create equity-based data science ecosystems where all students can thrive.
As a member of the Backbone team, the Project Manager is senior personnel and will lead coordination efforts across the NDSA and implementation of NDSA’s core strategies and activities. The Project Manager will provide strategic direction and oversee operational decisions for the NDSA as a whole. The Project Manager will manage and support the NDSA by ensuring the development and implementation of its work plan, ongoing facilitation and communication among partners, and handling logistic and administrative details for the NDSA to function smoothly.
The NDSA Project Manager should have a doctoral degree or another terminal degree, administrative experience, and achievements in data science or a related field.
The NDSA Project Manager will report to the NDSA Principal Investigator, Dr. Talitha Washington, will work closely with the AUCC Executive Director, Dr. Michael Hodge, and will have two direct reports to be hired: Communications Manager and Administrative Coordinator. The Project Manager will work closely with the NDSA leadership team and will collaborate with the AUC Data Science Initiative’s staff.
Areas of responsibility include:
- Drive the vision and strategy of the NDSA and ensure that NDSA’s goals and milestones are effectively implemented and met.
- Establish a shared repository of data, reports, research, strategies, and models to be housed on the NDSA website
- Collaborate with members and internal constituents to ensure appropriate support systems are in place to accomplish the goals of the project.
- Support and work closely with all hubs and committees to ensure cohesive, integrated, and smooth operation of the project.
- Coordinate site visits, the processing of transactions, and act as the primary liaison between all hubs and collaborators, supporting reporting responsibilities.
- Support the development of reports and publications, and dissemination of NDSA outcomes as needed.
- Participate in annual meetings and site visits, and be responsive to requests for participation and information from the NSF INCLUDES Coordination Hub.
- While the Project Manager position is not a remote job, the AUC Consortium provides some flexibility via telework.
- During teleworking, you will be required to provide a space, either your home or another location to work from, at your own expense.
Position Location: Atlanta, Georgia
Applicants should submit a cover letter, CV, and names of three references to:
Review of applications will begin immediately, and applications received by 11:59 pm ET on October 15, 2022, are ensured full consideration.
As an equal opportunity employer, the AUC Consortium does not discriminate on any basis protected by applicable federal, state or local law including race, color, religion, creed, gender, gender identity, national origin, age, disability, sexual orientation, marital, veteran status, genetic information or any other legally protected status. The Consortium will make reasonable accommodations for qualified individuals with known disabilities unless doing so would result in undue hardship.