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PAD501 Project Manager’s Role
Throughout this course, you will assume the role of a Project Manager for the non-profit The Resource Center, which provides low-income families in your region with a variety of options ranging from emergency food to GED preparation programs.
The Resource Center’s aim is to empower poor children, teenagers, and adults to change their lives through work, education, and employment.
The organization’s overall objectives are as follows:
Increase chances for education and work for persons in the community who are poor.
Increase the food security of the community’s families.
Increasing the employment rate for persons served by the organization each year.
Increase the number of adults who have earned a high school diploma or a GED.
Your company employs 11 employees and is governed by a Board of Directors. You are directly responsible to the Executive Director, who in turn is accountable to the Board of Directors. The Development (Fundraising) Director, the Program Director, the Volunteer Director, and the Finance and Human Resources Director all report to the Executive Director. Each of these directors has the following personnel reporting to them: The Development Director reports to the Event Coordinator, the Program Director to the Program Coordinator, the Volunteer Director to the Volunteer Director, and the Finance and HR Coordinators to the Human Resources Director. The Executive Assistant to the Executive Director is the final person in the organization. This organizational hierarchy is represented graphically below:
Org Chart for the Resource Center [PNG]
You will approach each assignment as The Resource Center’s Project Manager, bearing in mind all of the information supplied about the organization and the people you will be working with.