Plan and facilitate, in collaboration with the Lilly Project Director, Ivy Tech and Lilly’s Joint Steering Committee to ensure input from stakeholders is heard and taken into consideration with a focus toward program growth and sustainability.
Plan and direct systems office and campus-based workstreams designed to implement all grant activities, metrics, and initiatives, as described by Ivy Tech and Lilly.
Collaborate with financial aid departments at Systems Office and on campuses to award Lilly Scholarships.
Support the work of the dedicated K12 College Connection Coach to implement the Lilly Scholars program; provide summer educational opportunities for teachers, staff and students; and grow the newly announced bio-technology focused Next Level Pathways of Study pathway.
Oversee equipment purchases and program assets at Lilly’s training center, MQLC, K12 sites and at the chosen smart manufacturing lab site.
Develop and maintain positive relationships with Eli Lilly, Systems Office, and participating campuses to meet all expectations outlined in the agreement.
Create and maintain an overall project timeline to ensure deliverables are met in accordance with the expectations outlined in the agreement.
Create and submit programmatic and financial reports as required by the grant agreement. Provide clear, consistent communication on a frequent basis with Ivy Tech staff and faculty and Lilly designees about the progress of the funded initiatives.
Manage reporting requirements as outlined in the scope of work and all associated metrics, including data required from the college and partner organizations.
Evaluate and assess program quality and success on an ongoing basis.
Prepare and maintain materials for potential program evaluations.
Manage the budget, including spending, projections, leveraged resources, and allowable cost activities to implement the project scope of work aligned with Ivy Tech’s mission and the mission outlined by Lilly.
Meet regularly with the College’s Sponsored Programs department and Vice President of AMEAS to ensure a financial spend that is in line with project timeline and metrics.
Manage internal or external marketing campaigns and strategy designed to recruit talent to biopharmaceutical and smart manufacturing careers.
Participate in meetings to support Lilly’s new biopharmaceutical training center(s) to be located at 16 Tech Innovation District, Indianapolis and the LEAP Innovation District, Lebanon, Indiana.
Travel to meetings with external and internal partners as appropriate.
The above list is not to be construed as an exhaustive list. Other duties logically associated with the position may be assigned. All responsibilities will be conducted within the parameters of the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA), other applicable regulatory requirements, and professional standards.
SUPERVISION RECEIVED: Vice President for Advanced Manufacturing, Engineering, & Applied Science
SUPERVISION GIVEN: K12 Career Connection Coach