Coordinator of Continuing & Professional Education
College of Human Sciences, Stillwater, Oklahoma

Job Summary: The College of Human Sciences at Oklahoma State University invites qualified professionals to apply for the position of Coordinator of Continuing and Professional Education (CPE) (Req#5148). Under the direction of the Associate Dean, Extension & Engagement, the CPE Coordinator oversees the development, administration, assessment, and delivery of all non-credit, continuing education courses and licensure/credentialing programs within the College of Human Sciences. The Coordinator directs the operational, financial, marketing, planning, and assessment activities for continuing education services; acts as liaison with university, professional, industry, community, and government organizations and personnel; provides support for all program participants and instructors; manages relevant professional and student staff; and identifies strategic priorities, revenue streams, and objectives for continuing education in the college. More information about this position can be found at

Minimum Qualifications: Bachelor's Degree in Human Sciences, Education, Business, Strategic Communications, or related field. Two years' experience in higher education program administration, experience in administering a continuing education program is strongly preferred.

Apply online at; requisition/listing number 5148.  Contingent upon available funding.

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