Reporting to the Project Director, the Project Manager is a three-year position responsible for organizing annual CORE-USA Workshops and providing outreach to build a CORE-USA Consortium as described below.
Barnard College will host three annual CORE-USA Workshops (August 2017, 2018, and 2019) that will bring together economics faculty and graduate students, representing existing CORE users and potential adopters, to collaborate in the development of new teaching materials and methods for CORE.
Over the next three years, we will also launch the CORE-USA Consortium, a membership program for institutions that commit to providing support for their faculty and graduate students using CORE.
Required Qualification Summary:
Bachelor's degree. At least three undergraduate or graduate courses in Economics. From 6-12 months of experience managing budgets. Proficiency in use of electronic calendaring, web publishing, and spreadsheets.
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