The Baltimore Collegetown Network, a non-profit consortium of 14 area colleges and universities, works to enhance the academic, professional, and social lives of Baltimore’s 160,000 college students. For the last 14 years Collegetown has been developing projects and partnerships that attract, engage, and retain students, raise the profile of Baltimore as a college destination, and help colleges share resources. We are currently seeking a part-time, Shuttle Operations Manager to lead existing programs that support our mission.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
- Manage the Collegetown Shuttle, one of the organization’s principal programs that transports over 80,000 riders each year between six colleges and area destinations.
- Manage relationships with contractors and colleges, create reports, direct communication and outreach, manage the budget, and advocate for the transit needs of students in the region.
- Develop awareness-building opportunities to promote and communicate the activities and impact of Baltimore Collegetown to stakeholders.
- Represent Baltimore Collegetown on committees and at college and community events and meetings.
- Organize collaborative projects and partnerships related to transit with member institutions and business, government, and community groups.
We are seeking a motivated creative thinker who can work with higher education, business, government, and civic leaders in support of the Baltimore Collegetown Network. The ideal candidate will be a self-starter who can work independently and collaboratively in a small office. The part-time Shuttle Operations Manager will work closely with the Governing Board, Executive Director, and other Collegetown staff.
Hours: 15-20 hours/week depending on schedule.
Location: Collegetown office at the Notre Dame of Maryland University, 4701 N. Charles Street, Baltimore, Md. 21210.
College degree required. Graduate student preferred.
PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE / QUALIFICATIONS
Experience with program management, marketing, and relationship building. Strong analytical skills including the ability to transcribe raw data into useful reports that inform decision-making. The ideal candidate will understand the Baltimore region and have excellent interpersonal, written, and verbal communication skills. The position offers a flexible schedule in a small office environment.
Interested candidates should send a resume and cover letter outlining interest and qualifications for the position. Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis, and the priority date is October 19, 2018. Materials can be emailed to kab@BaltimoreCollegetown.org and addressed to:
Baltimore Collegetown Network
PO Box 11049
Baltimore, MD 21212