1) Design, organize and manage the execution of complex programs and committee meetings (such as Warner-Reynolds longitudinal leadership development program, New faculty ambassadors program, Pride parade, etc.)
2) Manage the diversity & inclusion grant programs
3) Manage & update the department website
4) Draft letters and communication pieces
5) Assist with tracking spending by initiative including resource group and small grants program
6) Manages the foundational leadership program
7) Research prospective candidates for faculty positions
1) Ability to work independently and in collaboration with multiple stakeholders
2) Ability to work with diverse resource groups
3) Strong written and verbal communication skills
1) Bachelor's degree
1) At least five (5) years of administrative experience
2) Higher Education experience
3) Experience in managing projects
4) Experience managing a budget
5) Experience working in diversity and inclusion
6) Experience working with faculty
2) Cover Letter
Note: When applying, all documents MUST be uploaded under the Resume/CV Section of the application
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