Manages the planning and implementation of orientation for underrepresented students of color in the Full-Time, Evening and Weekend MBA Programs students, including schedules, events, and materials.
Coordinates all components of co-curricular programming for the Full-Time, Evening and Weekend MBA Programs.Â Administers the registration process, coordinates with external vendors and faculty, communicates with all attendees, and organizes marketing.Â
Works with student leaders to ensure that they are in compliance with the Universityâ™s policies regarding fund raising and use of group funds.
Leads and assists in the design and facilitation of leadership training for new student leaders including conference and event planning, trips and treks, corporate sponsorship and alumni relations, and calendar planning.
Liaise with student groups for sponsorship solicitation, securing of funds, tracking and record-keeping.
Manages student group conference and programming calendars.
Acts as a resource to student leaders through all aspects of event planning for conferences, panels, networking, and career presentations, including contract processing and on-site event coordination.
Assists with Spring Convocation Weekend, a celebratory weekend for graduates and their guests by organizing social events, receptions, mock classes, and faculty involvement.
Engages the Director of Diversity and Inclusion, Career Services, Alumni Relations and Advancement, and the Evening/Weekend Program office in the transition and progression of underrepresented students at Booth.
Supports the Director/Senior Director of Student Life in special projects as assigned.
Leads students and staff to develop and implement activities, programs, and initiatives related to student life, and/or community involvement.
Uses specialized depth knowledge and breadth of experience to recommend concepts for programming to leaders of various organizations and programs.
Performs other related work as needed.
Minimum five years of experience in student personnel or business administration.Â
Superior customer service and interpersonal skills.Â
Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
Proficient with MS Office (Word, Excel, Access, PowerPoint).
Professional demeanor including tact, discretion and a customer service-oriented approach to the job.
Exercise good judgment and work under pressure during seasonal high volume.
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