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Type: Full Time
Location: Los Angeles, California
ADMINISTRATIVE ANALYST, SENIOR
0300-ANDERSON GRAD SCH OF MANAGEMENT
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Job Summary Statement:
Under the general direction of the Associate Dean/Executive Director, serve as a Program Manager in the Price Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation, a recognized leader in entrepreneurial management education. The Price Center oversees elective courses, student activities, research, and executive development programs related to entrepreneurship within the UCLA Anderson School of Management and also plays an active role in UCLA's entrepreneurial ecosystem.
Primary responsibilities include oversight of extracurricular student programs, serving as a resource to MBA students and alumni, as well as the entrepreneurial business community, and providing strategic analysis in support of the Center's long term goals. Oversee MBA students who direct donor supported management development programs and conferences. Conceptualize and implement strategies for the Center in the areas of marketing and external relations. Represent the Center at Anderson events and elsewhere in the business community with the aim of marketing the Center and strengthening outside involvement in programs and activities. Assist in securing sponsorship support as appropriate. Identify needs in the entrepreneurial program and propose extracurricular activities that address those needs. Identify appropriate faculty and outside speakers for programs.
Serve as a resource to students, alumni, entrepreneurs, the broader business community, Anderson School faculty and staff, and researchers from other institutions as they seek information related to entrepreneurship and business development. Provide strategic analysis related to the long range goals of the Center. Assist Associate Dean/Executive Director, Senior Associate Dean/Faculty Director and other Price Center and Anderson staff members in producing annual reports and proposals, responding to significant media inquiries, and improving CRM systems for tracking alumni, speakers, and donors. Assume responsibility for special projects as needed.
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QUALIFICATIONS FOR POSITION
Strong analytical skills sufficient to interpret data, prepare written reports that articulate findings and conclusions and assess areas of program improvement and expansion.
Familiarity with distinguishing characteristics of top MBA and graduate level entrepreneurship programs.
Demonstrated working knowledge of issues related to entrepreneurship, innovation and small business management.
Working knowledge of the entrepreneurial, business and venture capital communities sufficient to interact appropriately with professionals in these fields.
Working knowledge and/or experience with principles and practices of fundraising at the annual fund and major gift level.
Ability to design, manage, implement and evaluate management development programs, events and conferences, including familiarity with program content, format and events management.
Ability to develop and implement marketing strategies for various programs. Demonstrated skills in the use of advertising, public relations, direct mail, digital marketing, and in the design and production of publications.
Ability to work with a wide range of constituents, including faculty, donors, students and staff.
Ability to train, motivate, supervise, direct and evaluate work performance of staff and student volunteers.
Ability to write and edit effective and persuasive correspondence, including emails, letters, comprehensive reports, proposals and marketing materials.
Public speaking ability to represent program effectively to large and small audiences.
Demonstrated working knowledge of accounting and budgeting procedures.
Ability to work nights and weekends.
Ability to attend onsite and offsite meetings on a frequent basis.
Computer skills sufficient to produce written materials and budgets as required, and to oversee design and maintenance of website and program databases, including Salesforce.
Familiarity with UCLA purchasing, travel and accounting policies and procedures.
Working knowledge of UCLA MBA programs.
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Age Requirement: Applicants must be 18 years or older to be eligible to be hired.
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