Provide visionary leadership to management and influence future growth opportunities to achieve long-term performance goals & objectives (5 to 10 years). Responsible for executing the overall business plan and acting as a champion for strategic change across departments and community.
Responsible for enacting the strategies of the Schools Office to achieve the goal of Great Schools in Every Neighborhood. Lead key services and functions provided by the Schools office to support schools in achieving academic and whole child outcomes. Support the Deputy Superintendent of Schools in developing and implementing systems of professional development and accountability. Collaborate with district departments to align strategies and supports to the needs of schools and students.
The Outreach and Recruitment Specialist plans, designs, and directs college wide student recruitment operations to enhance and grow student enrollment. The Outreach and Recruitment specialist is responsible for conducting outreach efforts to the community in the Red Rocks Community College service area, assisting families and prospective students to ensure that they receive accurate and timely information and assistance through the admission process. The Specialist communicates primarily with traditional and non-traditional students with an emphasis on underrepresented populations.
The Chief Human Resource Officer (CHRO) is responsible for developing and executing human resource strategy in support of the goals and strategic direction of the Denver Public Schools, specifically in the areas of diversity, equity & inclusion and talent, organization & performance management, total rewards and business information systems.
The Event Manager reports directly to the Associate Director, Advancement Events. This position is responsible for planning and managing event logistics for development and engagement events of varying sophistication, complexity and scope. These events range from discrete, program-specific functions to large-scale, highly sophisticated programs for the University. In this capacity, the Event Manager will be responsible for the successful creation of events assigned to his/her portfolio. S/he will work closely with campus partners to deliver meaningful event experiences. The successful incumbent must possess a high degree of diplomacy and organizational savvy in order to partner with a variety of stakeholders. S/he must demonstrate a remarkable sense of customer service and unwavering commitment to quality.
This position entails recruiting students to the Energy Management Program, mentoring/advising students and student career placement activities, as well as managing industry relations, working with industry executives to ensure program relevancy in the marketplace, affirming program quality and increasing program funding and student placement statistics.