Program directors are the brains behind the success of an organization's program. Such a crucial role cannot be played without the assistance of supporting professionals, like assistant program directors. After all, program directors have many responsibilities and bear the heavy burden of running a program successfully. They deserve some help from their assistants to feel more relaxed and perform their duties well.
Besides assisting program directors in organizing events, assistant program directors extend their services to support the firm's business operations and functions. They coordinate with numerous suppliers and third-party vendors to accomplish the program's objectives and goals. Assistants might be asked to do administrative tasks and ensure that a program doesn't exceed its defined budget.
This ever-growing field can enable you to earn $25.07 per hour. That's a salary of over $52,000 on a full-time schedule. Candidates must have at least a bachelor's degree in business or psychology to qualify for this job post. Assistant program directors are often found working in a wide range of industries, including education, social work, administration, and medical.