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The Assistant Director, Faculty Events manages the faculty workshops and recruiting events, oversees the daily operations of faculty-sponsored workshops, seminars, colloquiums and recruiting-related events at the Harper Center in Hyde Park. The role collaborates with Faculty Services team members, faculty workshop organizers and faculty recruiting coordinators to execute workshop and seminar events, as well as recruiting-related events. Responsibilities include organizing event details, catering and/or vouchers, schedules, visitor travel and reimbursements, as well as other logistics related to these faculty events. Additionally, the role provides administrative support to faculty at large, as needed, as well as assistance to Faculty Services and the Academic and Research Specialist team to further their mission of faculty support.
Acts as an ambassador for Booth and a resource for faculty guests before, during, and after their visits to campus. Assumes responsibility for ensuring highest quality event management for events such as workshops, research seminars, and other meetings. Oversees and reconciles budget (through vendor selection, budget projections, and general checks and balances within the budget) for workshops and events.
Collaborates with faculty recruiting coordinators and deans' office regarding faculty recruiting. This includes coordinating application materials, scheduling meetings and flyouts, and managing other processes and requests that may vary by recruiting area.
Assists faculty at large with general support and projects, including recommendation letters, course-related requests, reimbursements, and general inquiries.
Assists Academic and Research Specialist team to further their mission of faculty support by providing help with projects ranging from course material updates, website updates, proofreading, and other faculty-related requests.
Collaborates with Faculty Services team members at Harper Center (Hyde Park) and Gleacher Center (downtown) on projects and initiatives.
Provides back-up support for the Gleacher Center (downtown) Faculty Suite, as needed. Includes occasional evening and Saturday hours.
Responsible for training office staff on office procedures and compliance protocols. Coordinates special projects.
Assists in the monitoring of the various financial and budgetary activities, including vendors contracts. Preparing and monitoring the budget for a unit.
Performs other related work as needed.
Minimum requirements include a college or university degree in related field.
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Minimum requirements include knowledge and skills developed through 2-5 years of work experience in a related job discipline.
Experience with event management and previous.
Higher education experience.
Technical Skills or Knowledge:
Mastery of Microsoft Office software, including Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook.
High degree of professionalism.
Excellent service, communication, and interpersonal skills.
Superior organizational skills and constant attention to detail.
Proven ability to work independently, proactively, courteously, efficiently, and tactfully, using sound judgment, in a fast paced environment with diverse populations.
Demonstrated skill managing multiple priorities in a fast-paced, time sensitive, high output environment.
Maintain confidentiality of faculty information.
Understand faculty needs and faculty culture, while also being able to deliver effective solutions to individual faculty.
Work in-person to support events, peak months September-June, Monday-Thursday, and as needed.
Cover Letter (required)
When applying, the document(s) MUSTbe uploaded via the My Experience page, in the section titled Application Documents of the application.
Administration & Management
Scheduled Weekly Hours
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