In this position the candidate can expect to organize programs and activities in accordance with the MIDE mission and goals. Furthermore, the selected candidate will develop new programs, policies, or initiatives that support the strategic direction of the Institute. Implementing and managing changes and interventions to ensure sponsor projects and milestones are achieved will be vital for success.
Oversee and guide the processes for successful project completion
Create or update organizational/sponsor timelines and research schedules, such as updating Gantt charts or other project management tools
Applies operational research practices and coordinates with other closely related teams/areas to improve efficiency
Possesses formal supervisory responsibilities
May perform some of the work supervised/managed
Administer and supervise the acquisition, processing, and maintenance of research materials
Provide research assistance to faculty, staff, students, and other external organizations
Coordinates resources and sets daily priorities to meet operational objectives and offset competing priorities
Uses judgment to identify, troubleshoot and resolve day-to-day technical and operational problems
A Bachelor's degree or an equivalent combination of education and relevant experience and at least three years of experience from which comparable knowledge and skills can be acquired is necessary.
Master's degree in Higher Educational Leadership and Organizations, Human and Organizational Development, Business, Physics, or Engineering. Prior experience in a university setting a plus. The preferred candidate will be a proactive problem solver with superb planning, coordination, and leadership skills. Additionally, a successful candidate will be able to communicate with stakeholders from diverse functional areas and convey complex data in non-technical terms.
Full Time/Part Time
Starting salary range is $47,476 to $65,468
Open Until Filled
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