This article reports on the development of a framework for university teachers’ organizational and managerial competence. The work is based on the content analysis of scientific research in new generation educational program management, ways for expanding the functions of university teachers and transforming their activities with due regard to the modern reality of higher education institutions. This competence is an integrative teacher's personality trait that reflects four structural components: value and motivation-based component, cognitive component, design- based component and knowledge-based component. Expert surveys were conducted in 2017- 2019 to provide empirical support for the structural components. The sample included over 280 respondents at Samara University. Means and methods for university teacher organizational and managerial competence formation were assessed within the scope of an advanced training program (ATP) named "Educational Program Management", implemented by the Professional Competence Development Centre of Samara University. The content of the ATP’s sections was developed, and teaching methods contributing to the development of indicators of the relevant competence components were identified. Summative and formative assessments of the level of competence development used self-evaluation by a sample of 140 teachers, organizing the educational process at 35 departments of the University. A correlation analysis of summative and formative assessment data was carried out to establish ties between the components of organizational and managerial competence.