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Program Manager - University Of Wisconsin - La Crosse

Posted By:
Andrew Bachman
Posting ID:
La Crosse, Wi
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Category:Business / Management
Listing Type:Job
Employment:Part Time
Company:Collegiate Marketing

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Collegiate Marketing Inc., is currently looking for a quality individual to help manage the operations involving our bedlofts at the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse. We currently supply Lofts, Micro-Fridges and Futons to almost 60 universities in and around the United States. Compensation will begin at $17.50 an hour. Our peak times are during the beginning and end of each school year, and during the end and beginning of the semesters. During these times you could get 40+ hours a week. During the school year we work on a dispatch system, meaning we only work as needed. Our ideal person would have a flexible schedule with a truck, van or trailer to use when hauling our metal lofts, futons or Micro Fridges. If this sounds like something you would be interested in please let me know ASAP by emailing me your Resume. I will begin scheduling interviews as soon as next week. This is a position that we are looking to fill as soon as possible as the end of the school year is coming quickly.
Thank You for your time. - Rudy Bachman (Upper Midwest Area Manager)

Program Manager/Assistant Expectations

Preface: The expectations to follow are a more in-depth look at your job and the “do’s and don’ts” associated with achieving success as a Program Manager/Assistant.

Definition - A professional is:
• a worker required to possess a large body of knowledge derived from extensive academic study (SOP manual, other policies and procedures) with the training almost always formalized.
• expected to utilize their independent judgment and professional ethics to carry out their responsibilities.

Be Professional:
• It is essential that a Program Manager/Assistant be professional at all times.
o This includes interaction with students/parents, school staff and labor sources.
• Even in times of stress or frustration, you must keep your cool and remember who you represent and why you are here.

• The operations team will develop a plan for each school; it is your job to implement that plan.
• Carry out the plan you are given. If you feel changes need to be made:
o Wait until after the operation is finished;
o Give feedback to the Operations Team;
o Feedback will be evaluated, and changes made if necessary.

• Inventory Awareness
o Accurate and complete inventory counts of all products and supplies
 2 times per year (after fall distribution and after spring returns)
o Responsible for security and maintenance of all Collegiate Marketing property
 Notify Regional Operations Manager immediately if any property is missing or damaged
**May be financially responsible for lost or damaged equipment due to negligence
• Storage Trailers
o Free of trash and excess debris – do not let waste pile up.
o Organize and store equipment for easy access – have a plan to organize each trailer.
• On campus
o Keep site clean…always leave the site cleaner than when you arrived.
o Organize stations and equipment to be most efficient and professional.
• Wear provided company shirts when doing company business on any college campus.
• Keep provided shirts as clean as possible.
• This does not include working in the trailers.(unnecessary wear and tear)

• Always think SAFETY when:
o Unloading a trailer
o Moving racks w/ forklift or pallet jack
o Racking / Un-racking lofts
o Carrying loft parts around fellow workers

School relationships:
• Account Managers are responsible to manage our relationship with each school.
• The Regional / Area Operations Managers are responsible to develop specific plans to carry out operations on each campus.
• Program Managers/Asst. are responsible for the execution of operations plans at their assigned campuses.
o Any “big picture” (meaning, not related to a one-time situation on campus that day) questions by School Staff should be directed to the Account Manager.
o All decisions about the contract or program will be made by the Account Manager and/or Regional Operations Manager.
o A Program Manager/Asst. is a key part of the relationship with our schools, and it is important to present yourself well and represent Collegiate Marketing well.
o Remember, you are on campus first and foremost to do a job. The best way to present yourself well is to perform your job efficiently and professionally.
o Be friendly with school staff, but remember it is not your job to manage our relationship with them. Also remember that they have a job to do, and keep friendly chatter to a reasonable level.

Labor Sources:
• Account Managers and Regional / Area Managers are responsible to identify and secure labor sources at each school, but a Program Manager/Asst. will be asked to help in the process.
• As someone who is dependent on our labor sources showing up and doing a good job, it is important to develop a good working relationship with the primary contact for each group.

• You must have a reliable vehicle in order to perform all tasks involved for the duration of the job at your school(s). (Explained by your Regional Manager)
• Type of vehicle:__________

Cell Phone:
• You are required to have a working cell phone for use at all times.
o During the peak times (fall operations and dispatch season)it is your responsibility to change your cell phone plan to reflect the minutes used for the job.

Pay Structure:
• You will be paid $17.50 an hour

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