Braddock Carnegie Library Association – Program Manager

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SUMMARY: The Program Manager is responsible for ensuring that Braddock Carnegie Library Association (BCLA) programs are aligned with our mission, vision and neighborhood centered methodology. Success of these programs is determined by quality program administration: managing budgets, coordinating staff and space, communication, and directing the services that our programs are designed to provide.



  • Strong sense of project management and ability to carry out skillful administration utilizing multiple communication and learning
  • Developing and implementing all BCLA program guidelines and policies with the purpose of ensuring compliance with all funding regulations, as well as maintaining alignment with BCLA’s mission and offering neighborhood centered innovative
  • Work closely with the applicable BCLA departments to support program creation and
  • Create and maintain BCLA wide public program calendar, online calendar and applicable outreach materials
  • Monitor the effectiveness of programs, making adjustments as needed, building/implementing systems for evaluation and support BCLA staff in program


  • Human resources; recruitment, training, and evaluation of program
  • Developing multiple pathways for BCLA’s programs to emerge out of our neighborhood centered criteria, while connecting regional resources to the neighborhoods and people of the


  • Create and implement outreach strategies with support of various



Individual must be able to perform all essential duties described above and must meet the following requirements:


Education and/or Experience

  • 3 years of applicable experience in management, neighborhood centered, arts, educational and cultural, and intergenerational programming.


Core Competencies

  • Effectively communicate (multiple communication styles) with general public and staff. Ability to identify and communicate any issues affecting the
  • Experience in engaging with multiple communities: age groups, abilities, cultural, racial, economic, and social experiences.
  • Understands the mission of the BCLA and has the ability to define problems, establish facts, exhibit unbiased judgment and initiative in the development, implementation, and evaluation of goals, policies and procedures, and programs for the
  • Exhibits dependability on the job with respect to being conscientious, thorough, and reliable in achieving the BCLA’s goals and the needs of the organization; this includes being available and responsive to issues and concerns as they develop.