The On-Site Director is the chief administrator of each face-to-face program site and is responsible for smooth and efficient program operations. The On-Site Director reports to and works with a Duke TIP Site Supervisor on components including student activities, staff training, classroom and instructional matters, conduct matters, staff performance, site finances, and logistical coordination with host institutions. The On-Site Director supports the student experience by providing assistance and advice to all staff. The On-Site Director confers regularly with the on-site administrative team and the main office to discuss student and site issues. Housing and meals are provided on site.
- Must attend administrative training weekend prior to program start
- Collaborate with site leadership team to facilitate orientation(s)
- Manage finances for the program site; maintain a detailed financial log
- Supervise distribution of and inventory return of all program materials
- Enforce all program policies and ensure program procedure adherence to support the safety of students and staff; report all incidents and concerns
- Communicate with parents as needed regarding conduct, medical, academic, and social concerns; document communications
- Interface with host campus representative regarding program logistics
- Evaluate and report as directed at the end of the program
- Duties include full-time live-in day, evening, night and weekend commitments with one 24 hour day off per week
- Emergency accessibility 24 hours a day via cell phone
- Supervise Duke TIP staff at the assigned program site
- Organize and oversee the details of program opening and closing
- Perform other related duties incidental to the work described herein
A bachelor’s degree and experience in a teaching or residential life supervisory capacity is required. Significant graduate coursework, terminal degrees, or relevant professional experience are preferred. Experience in a Duke TIP summer program or similar residential program for gifted youth is preferred.
Knowledge, Skills & Abilities
- Strong leadership and supervisory skills
- Ability to manage a team
- Excellent organizational skills and attention to detail
- Fiscal management knowledge
- Ability to work independently
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