The Program Manager for Leadership Education
for Asian Pacifics, Inc., (LEAP) will be responsible for
the efficient, cost-effective,
and timely delivery and coordination of community and corporate
leadership development programs, workshops and events. They will
provide input in the planning,
scheduling, budgeting, and monitoring of workshops and programs.
In order to ensure the delivery of these programs and workshops,
they will interface with community /corporate /political /higher
education leaders, constituents and trainers across the country.
They will report to the Senior Vice President of Administration
and CFO and help to oversee the workflow of
program coordinators and
the timely, efficient, and cost-effective coordination and delivery
of community and corporate
leadership programs and workshops.
- Oversee the workflow of
program coordinators relative to the coordination and delivery
of programs and workshops.
- Ensure timely and quality completion
and production of program and workshop materials and related
- Assist Director of Training and Director of Development
in the selection and scheduling of program and workshop
- Work with Director of Training and Director of
Development in the planning and scheduling of community
and corporate leadership programs and workshops.
input to Sr. Vice President of Administration and CFO on
budget items for programs and workshops.
- Work with faculty,
external trainers and consultants in the delivery of corporate
and community leadership
programs and workshops.
- Work with Director of Training to
conduct preliminary needs assessments in the community and
corporate settings as needed.
- Plan, organize and lead regular
meetings with LEAP staff and external trainers.
with corporate/community/political/educational leaders and
their staff to plan and deliver
programs, forums and workshops.
- Assist Director of Development
in marketing all workshops, programs and events as necessary.
with other staff as necessary and/or required.
- Perform other
duties as assigned.
Knowledge of and familiarity
with the Asian and Pacific Islander community and its issues.
Must be action-oriented, paying particular attention to details and processes.
Must have excellent interpersonal and organizational skills.
a self-starter, able to work independently and as part of a
team. Proven experience in program /project management, coordination and workflow
processes. Ability to work under pressure while managing multiple
and deadlines. Excellent written and oral communication skills.
Must be Mac literate with working knowledge of Microsoft Word, Excel, Filemaker
Pro and internet communications. Familiarity with design (Photoshop
and InDesign) and video editing (Final Cut) programs a plus.
Ability to travel and work evenings and weekends.
Valid California Driver's license, auto insurance and access to a car a
Bachelor’s Degree. Advanced degree a plus.
Three or more years experience in program/project management, workflow processes
and coordination in a team environment. Knowledge of and experience in the
Asian and Pacific Islander community; experience working with the corporate
sector preferred. Training design and development and delivery desirable.
Travel is required nationally and possibly internationally.
Commensurate with qualifications and related experience. Excellent benefits package, including medical, vision, and dental.
Mail, e-mail or fax a detailed resume, cover letter, a one-page writing sample and the name, job title, address, and phone number of three professional references to:
Senior Vice President of Administration and Finance
327 East 2nd Street, Suite #226
Los Angeles, CA 90012
Cover letter must address the following:
1) provide specific reasons for applying for this position; and 2) indicate how your experiences and qualifications align with the job requirements.
NO PHONE CALLS PLEASE!