3) Plans, organizes, and implements logistics for leadership development sessions for the Evening MBA/Weekend MBA and Executive MBA programsâ™Leadership Exploration and Development (LEAD) courses and other co-curricular leadership programs.
4) Partners withleadership development program leads on event logistics, planning and preparation, student registrations, student program and coachingtracking, materials, dayâof logistics, program evaluation, etc. for optional programming.
5) Coordinateswithfacilitators (internal and external), vendors and staff for most programs regarding scheduling,materials,preâwork, etc., in collaboration with program leads.
6) Maintains various platforms for studentcommunications,such as Canvas, Google drive, etc.
7) Creates and manages online surveys, summarizes data, and creates reports to highlight program results.
8) Manages office operations, including supply inventories, office equipment, office supply budget, and team meeting agendas/minutes/events.
9) Liaises with Gleacher and Harper Center Facilities and IT Department on facility, telecommunications and computing issues and support, as needed, and manages all equipmentmaintenance and repair requests for the office.
10) Manages technical needs for webinars, conferences, etc., as needed.
11) Provides website and other shared drives support for leadershipdevelopment, as needed.
1) Proven computer and research skills (e.g., MS Office,including Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook email system; Zoom/WebEx).
2) Excellent professional verbal, written, and presentation skills, as well as organizational skills and attentiontodetail.
3) Proven abilitytohandle multiple projects concurrently, while proactivelyclarifyingneeds of team and prioritization of tasks.
4) Take initiative and work with minimal supervision.
11) Ability and commitmentto working in a team environment.
12) Familiaritywith and knowledge of theUniversity of Chicago,its systems, and its constituents.
13) Enjoys administrative and operations work.
14) Opento feedback and suggestions for different ways tocomplete work.
15) Understanding of database management.
16) Processâoriented and can document processes we needto repeat.
17) Skilled at creating/editinggraphicswith PowerPoint.
1) At least two years of event/logistics program planning,officemanagement or relatedadministrativeexperience.
2) Cover letter
NOTE: When applying, all required documents MUST be uploaded under the Resume/CV section of the application.
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