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Institution: American University
Program: Kogod School of Business Full-time MBA Program
Position title: Assistant Director of Graduate Programs
Reports to: Director of Graduate Student Services
Main responsibilities: Assistant director provides academic advising and leadership in the delivery of academic student services for MBA and other graduate students. Specific responsibilities include developing degree completion plans; assisting with course registration; providing guidance on issues that affect academic performance; serving as liaison with teaching faculty and program directors; and participating in campus and external activities related to student recruitment, orientation, and retention with special emphasis on full-time graduate students. Requirements include master’s degree with 3–5 years of relevant work experience in a professional school.
Position open/close date(s): April 12, 2007; open until filled.
Contact info: American University, Office of Human Resources, 4400 Massachusetts Ave. NW, Washington, DC 20016; careers@american.edu; reference position #6109.

Institution: Boston University
Program: School of Management Full-Time MBA, Part-Time MBA, MS in Investment Management, Executive MBA, and DBA
Position title: Operations Manager
Reports to: Assistant Director
Main responsibilities: The operations manager will serve as the point person for all admission staff in responding to software needs, maintaining integrity of admissions database, troubleshooting, and system enhancements. Responsible for all software applications related to operations of Office of Graduate Admission. Will develop and maintain relationships with external vendors and technology offices within Boston University. Ability to work in teams, problem-solving and strong communication skills are essential. Knowledge of SQL and HTML is a plus.
Position open/close date(s): Open currently until filled.
Contact info: Elizabeth Catone, elcatone@bu.edu, +1 (617) 353-2670.

Institution: Carnegie Mellon West
Program: MS in Software Engineering and MS in Software Management
Position title: Director of Student Affairs
Reports to: Associate Dean for Education
Main responsibilities: The director of student affairs has a unique opportunity to make an impact on Carnegie Mellon’s relatively new west coast campus in Mountain View, CA. He or she is responsible for ensuring the overall quality of the student experience, providing advising to students, providing strategic/tactical advice to faculty and the associate deans on student affairs issues, educational policy, student satisfaction, and curriculum delivery. The director maintains student files, creates the academic calendar, plans and implements student events, and builds relationships with key personnel on the main campus. Requirements include an undergraduate degree; student services or prior higher education experience.
Position open/close date(s): May 28, 2007; open until filled
Contact info: Martin Griss, PhD; Associate Dean for Education; martin.griss@west.cmu.edu. For more information, visit http://west.cmu.edu/westjobs/.

Institution: Claremont Graduate University
Program: Peter F. Drucker and Masatoshi Ito Graduate School of Management
Position title: Admissions Coordinator, MBA Programs
Reports to: Associate Director, Recruiting and Admissions
Main responsibilities: The admissions coordinator is often the applicant’s first point of contact with the university and is responsible for guiding prospective students through the admissions process while building rapport, demonstrating capability, and gaining their commitment. The counselor will: seek to understand prospective students' needs and take action to meet those needs; conduct on- and off-campus information sessions; review all applications; conduct interviews with each prospective student and evaluate whether they are a good fit for the university; and work to meet the university’s enrollment goals and objectives.
Position open/close date(s): April 25, 2007 until filled.
Contact info: Kerry Boyle, kerry.boyle@cgu.edu

Institution: Claremont Graduate University
Program: Peter F. Drucker and Masatoshi Ito Graduate School of Management
Position title: Director, MBA Programs
Reports to: Executive Director, Drucker School of Management
Main responsibilities: Develop and implement enrollment growth initiatives, manage course scheduling, supervise academic advising and student services, and create national and international program visibility. Develop employer and institutional relationships. Maintain a high level of contact with current students and continuously evaluate levels of student satisfaction. Monitor quality of career management services and provide support to career management as needed. In consultation with the executive director, develop and manage the annual operating budget. In consultation with the director, recruiting and admissions, develop and implement an annual recruiting plan. In consultation with program staff, provide input to the associate dean and faculty steering committee regarding academic curriculum and course schedules.
Position open/close date(s): 4/23/07 until filled
Contact info: To learn more about this position and to apply online, please visit www.cgu.edu/pages/1183.asp.

Insitution: Fordham University
Program: Graduate School of Business Administration
Position title: Director of Career Services
Reports to: Associate Dean of Academic Programs
Main responsibilities: The Director’s mission is to enhance the reputation and awareness of the Fordham Graduate School of Business Administration for corporate employers, students and alumni. Serving as the chief external spokesperson for the department, this position will play a pivotal role in the Graduate School’s relationship with corporate clients and existing students. The Director will plan, direct and manage all activities of career development services for the Graduate School of Business Administration. The individual in this role will actively build strategic relationships with employers and alumni to enhance placement opportunities for students.
Position open/close date: open until filled.
Contact info: Dr. Lauren H. Mounty, Associate Dean, Fordham University, 33 West 60th Street, New York, NY 10023, mounty@fordham.edu, no phone calls.

Institution: Georgetown University
Program: McDonough School of Business Full-Time MBA Program
Position title: Assistant Dean/Director of Student Life
Reports to: Associate Dean for MBA Programs
Main responsibilities: This position leads the strategic direction and goal setting of the Office of MBA Student Life, supervising five full-time staff, up to 10 MBA graduate student assistants, and up to six undergraduate student workers. The assistant dean is responsible for shaping and overseeing the development and delivery of co/extra-curricular activities for approximately 500 full-time MBA students. S/he is responsible for monitoring students’ academic progress and the creation and application of program policy. Finally, s/he acts as a key liaison between matriculated students and administration/faculty.
Position open/close date(s): Open until filled
Contact: Apply online at www10.georgetown.edu/hr/employment_services/joblist/jobs.html.
Be sure to send both cover letter and resume.

Institution: Georgetown University
Program: McDonough School of Business Full-Time MBA Program
Position title: Associate Director of MBA Admissions
Reports to: Assistant Dean/Director of MBA Admissions
Main responsibilities: The associate director of MBA admissions is responsible for researching/identifying major market segments and developing a marketing strategy in order to recruit high quality students to the program. S/he represents Georgetown at MBA fairs and information sessions around the world, helps to select the strongest applicants from a large and diverse applicant pool, and works to convert admitted applicants to enrolled students. The associate director also plans, organizes, and directs the workflow of the admissions process to ensure efficiency and accuracy, and s/he oversees office communications. S/he supervises two staff (directly), one staff (indirectly), and numerous student employees.
Position open/close date(s): Open until filled.
Contact: Apply online at www10.georgetown.edu/hr/employment_services/joblist/jobs.html.
Be sure to send both cover letter and resume.

Institution: Instituto de Empresa Business School
Program: Full-Time (Spanish) MBA
Position title: Programme Advisor
Reports to: Managing Director, MBA
Main responsibilities: The advisor will provide academic counseling/advising to MBA students throughout the year. S/he will clearly help to develop and communicate the MBA programme’s structure, content, academic requirements, scheduling, rules, and regulations to the students throughout the academic year. The advisor will introduce professors, courses, and electives to the students; develop social programming events; and be the main point of contact with the MBA students. The advisor will represent the interface between students, professors, and IE’s various departments and help organize welcome orientations and pre-departure orientations for exchange students. S/he will be responsible for maintaining, updating and continually benchmarking the MBA website. The advisor will work closely with two programme assistants.
Position open/close date(s): This is a one-year full-time position, renewable for a second year. Candidates should be EU residents or eligible to work in the EU. Applications will be reviewed as they are received and will continue until the position is filled.
Contact info: Patricia Magdalena patricia.magdalena@ie.edu.

Institution: Johns Hopkins University
Program: Carey Business School
Position Title: Director of Admissions
Reports to: Dean
Main responsibilities: Provides the vision and leadership to enable the school to attract students in a competitive, national and international marketplace. This position will be instrumental in leading the change from a focus on recruitment of local/regional, part-time adult students to recruitment of full-time students. Works closely with the Marketing Department to develop marketing strategy. Manages and implements state-of-the-art outreach systems for inquiries, applicants, and students. Requires a bachelor’s degree with 8 to 10 plus years of progressively responsible admissions experience, including at least 3 yrs leading higher education admissions/student recruitment programs. Master’s degree and experience in a graduate business school setting are highly preferred.
Position open/close dates: Position will remain open until filled.
Contact info: To view a complete job description and to apply online, please visit our website at http://jobs.jhu.edu referencing Director of Admissions # 27864.

Institution: MIT Sloan School of Management
Program: MBA Career Development Office
Position title: Assistant Director, Recruiting Services
Reports to: Associate Director, Recruiting Services
Main responsibilities: Responsible for the day-to-day activities of campus recruiting programs, working with over 200 U.S. and international firms to manage the arrangements involved in their campus visits. Will manage a flexible, high-touch service model of recruiting that meets the changing needs of employers and students; work closely with company representatives to manage the logistics of their recruiting processes; advise employers on recruiting policies and procedures; advise students on recruiting logistics, policies, and procedures; keep students informed of company visits and interview schedules and troubleshoot conflicts; monitor student satisfaction and recommend operational improvements; and act as student resource. Will also act as resident expert on the implementation and use of the CDO's career management system, including making recommendations for process improvements, managing the scheduling and bidding system, troubleshooting, and producing reports; serve as liaison to software provider and trainer for staff members, recruiters, and students; and work with the recruiting team to implement effective communications programs to promote MIT Sloan to new employers. Must be able to work flexible hours (extended hours during peak periods, approximately four months/year) and occasionally travel.
Position open/close dates: Opened April 9, 2007, and will remain open until filled.
Contact info: Please apply online at http://hrweb.mit.edu/staffing/. MIT Req# MIT-00004011-O.

Institution: MIT Sloan School of Management
Program: MBA Career Development Office
Position title: Associate Director, Career Education and Advising (with a focus on global careers)
Reports to: Senior Associate Director, Career Education and Advising
Main responsibilities: Provide career planning and coaching assistance for a population of 750+ MBA students. This includes the creation and delivery of career seminars for both large and small groups. Advise students on a one-to-one basis and act as cohort manager for cohorts of about 65 students per class; support students with international/global career goals. Coordinate with International Students Office and Sloan Educational Services on CPT and OPT processes; educate students about internships available via MISTI; provide programming to educate students on visa and other work-related issues; and work with geographically focused clubs to create specific programming to meet student interests, e.g., Euro Trek, and China Trek.
Position open/close dates: Opened October 2006 and will remain open until filled.
Contact info: Please apply online at http://hrweb.mit.edu/staffing/. MIT Req# MIT-00003428-Q.

Institution: Michigan State University
Program: MBA Program, The Eli Broad Graduate School of Management
Position title: Director, MBA Career Services Center
Reports to: Associate Director, MBA and MS Programs
Main responsibilities: Set goals/objectives and develop long-term and short-term strategies that enhance the reputation of the MBA Career Services Center (CSC) and generate incremental job opportunities for students in the Full-Time, Weekend, and Executive MBA Programs; assess student employability and develop programs to address any deficiencies that are impediments to successful employment; ensure “World Class” service is provided to corporate partners; conduct Top-to-Top meetings with current and prospective employers; collaborate with other on-campus Business School and University CSC office; manage the daily operations of the CSC; other special projects as assigned.
Position open/close date(s): March 28 to June 11, 2007
Contact info: Send cover letter, vita, and three letters of recommendation to: Cheri Speier, MBA Program/Dean’s Office, N520 Business Complex, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI 48824-1122; Email: cspeier@bus.msu.edu, Fax: +1 (517) 353-6395.

Institution: National Society of Hispanic MBAs
Program: Education & University Relations Department
Position title: University Relations Specialist
Reports to: Education & University Relations Manager
Main responsibilities: The university relations specialist will develop and deliver the programs and services offered to assist students and other NSHMBA members in obtaining their MBA degrees by coordinating the NSHMBA University Partnership Program (provide a point of contact for student applicants as well as current and potential university partners) and the NSHMBA Internship Program (provide a point of contact for student applicants, interns, and corporate sponsors). Assist internship applicants, candidates, and selected interns through the internship process. Assist in the coordination the Internship Orientation and Leadership Summit. Develop relationships with universities to enhance the scope and reach of the NSHMBA Education & University Relations programs. Assist current university partners in becoming active representatives of NSHMBA and the chapters on the university campuses. Research, design, write, distribute, and train chapter leaders in working with university partners and about education and university relations programs and resources in face-to-face and online settings. Position open/close date(s): Open until filled.
Contact info: Jori Psencik, MS - Education & University Relations Manager, jpsencik@nshmba.org or +1 (214) 524-7519.

Institution: National Society of Hispanic MBAs
Program: Education & University Relations Department
Position title: Education Specialist
Reports to: Education & University Relations Manager
Main responsibilities: The education specialist will develop and deliver the programs and services offered to assist NSHMBA members in obtaining their MBA degrees and coordinate the NSHMBA Scholarship Program (provide a point of contact for scholarship applicants and recipients). Develop relationships with universities, alumni groups, education-related vendors (Diversity Pipeline Alliance, GMAC) to enhance the scope and reach of the NSHMBA MBA Education programs. Assist scholarship recipients/ambassadors to become active representatives of NSHMBA and the chapters on the university campuses. Assist the manager in coordinating the scholarship luncheon and meeting at the annual conference. Research, design, write, distribute and train chapter leaders in the Pre-MBA Programs offered by NSHMBA—including Virtual MBA Prep opportunities—and education and university relations programs and resources in face-to-face and online settings.
Position open/close date(s): open until filled
Contact info: Jori Psencik, MS - Education & University Relations Manager jpsencik@nshmba.org or +1 (214) 524-7519.

Institution: New York University
Program: School of Continuing and Professional Studies
Position title: Admissions Officer
Reports to: Associate Director, Graduate Admissions
Main responsibilities: This position will represent SCPS to potential students through on- and off-campus recruitment events; establish relationships with students to promote SCPS's Graduate Program; and encourage applications from qualified students to achieve university and school diversity and geographic enrollment targets. The hired candidate will evaluate applications, meet with potential applicants, and recommend admission decisions,. The role requires extensive international travel and the ability to process a large volume of files. Part of the responsibility will be to advise students on application process (e.g., school programs, academic requirements, financial aid options, housing, etc).
Position open/close date(s): Currently open.
Contact info: For more information about working at NYU and to apply for this position online (5797BR), visit our website at: www.nyu.edu/hr/jobs/apply. Please select "A2" when asked "How were you referred to NYU?" We accept online applications only.

Institution: New York University
Program: Stern School of Business MBA
Position title: Director, Student Activities
Reports to: Assistant Dean of Career Services & Student Activities
Main responsibilities: The incumbent will lead and direct all aspects of MBA student activities, including planning and implementing new and innovative services, events, and activities for a diverse student population. S/he will survey and report on students’ needs and interests to implement value-added services and programs such as student leadership initiatives and manage relationships with student groups.
Position open/close date(s): Open until filled.
Contact info: Kelly Collins, Associate Director of Human Resources, +1 (212) 998-0120, hr@stern.nyu.edu. For more information about working at NYU and to apply for this position online, visit our website at www.nyu.edu/hr/employment/apply.html and select job requisition 5770BR. In your cover letter please indicate the where you viewed this job posting and when asked how you were referred to NYU please select code “N9.” We accept online applications only.

Institution: New York University
Program: Stern School of Business MBA
Position title: Director, Office of Career Development
Reports to: Assistant Dean for Career Services and Student Activities
Main responsibilities: In conjunction with assistant dean, the incumbent will develop and implement short- and long-term strategies and career counseling and recruitment programs to increase job opportunities (full-time employment, summer internships) for graduates. S/he will identify and cultivate new business relationships to expand business and career opportunities for full-time MBA students. S/he will also conduct needs assessment, individual career counseling and coaching with students, and collaborate with various departments to develop and execute workshops, professional development seminars, and networking events. The selected candidate will also direct professional staff and operations.
Position open/close date(s): Open until filled.
Contact info: Kelly Collins, Associate Director of Human Resources, +1 (212) 998-0120, hr@stern.nyu.edu. For more information about working at NYU and to apply for this position online, visit our website at www.nyu.edu/hr/employment/apply.html and select job requisition 5273BR. In your cover letter, please indicate where you viewed this job posting and when asked “How were you referred to NYU?” please select “N9.” We accept online applications only.

Institution: Northeastern University
Program: MBA
Position Title: Manager, MBA Career Center
Reports to: Director, MBA Career Center
Main responsibilities: Primary relationship manager for assigned full-time MBA students for career advising, resume reviews, etc. Supports students for both corporate residency (six month) and full-time job searches. Delivers the career management class for first-year students to prepare them for job search process. Works with employers to identify and fill corporate residency and full-time positions.
Position open/close date(s): Immediately.
Contact info: Lynne Sarikas, l.sarikas@neu.edu.

Institution: Norwich University
Program: MBA ONLINE
Position title: Adjunct Instructor
Reports to: Program Director
Main responsibilities: Online instruction in rigorous program. Reply noting discipline(s) of special qualification/interest. Include CV with reply.
Position open/close date(s): Open until filled.
Contact info: sgsjobs@norwich.edu.

Institution: RSM Erasmus University
Program: MBA and Executive Development
Position title: Marketing & Admissions Manager
Reports to: Assistant Director Program Marketing & Admissions
Main responsibilities: The job consists of four aspects that aimed at attracting students to the RSM: marketing, recruitment, selection, and yield enhancement. The manager marketing & admissions assists in the development of annual marketing plan(s) that results in attracting a large and diverse pool of the best and brightest students to the designated program(s) s/he is responsible for in such a manner that it supports the realization of strategic and tactical goals of RSM as set by RSM Management. In addition, the manager is responsible for the day-to-day management and execution of all activities related to marketing and admissions for the designated program(s).
Contact info: Send cover letter and resume to hr@rsm.nl. For more information about this position contact Kirt Wood, Director Program Marketing & Admissions, kwood@rsm.nl.

Institution: Rice University
Program: Full-Time and MBA for Professional
Position title: Director of MBA Programs
Reports to: Assistant Dean of Degree Programs
Main responsibilities: The director of MBA programs is responsible for leading the day to day activities of the MBA Program Office (MPO). The MPO is responsible for academic and student-oriented administrative activities of the daytime MBA program and the MBA for Professionals program. The director will work with the Admissions Office, the Career Management Center, and the Executive MBA Program Office to develop and implement initiatives that improve the quality of the program and help make Jones Graduate School of Management a world-class business school.
Position open/close date(s): April 30–June 1, 2007.
Contact info: Sean O. Ferguson, Director of MBA Programs, Jesse H. Jones Graduate School of Management Rice University 6100 Main Street, MS 531 Houston, TX 77252-2932, seanoferguson@rice.edu.

Institution: Rice University
Program: Jones Graduate School MBA and MBA for Professionals programs
Position title: Associate Director of Admissions
Reports to: Director of Admissions
Main responsibilities: Grow the quality and quantity of the applicant pool. Enroll a diverse class of students. Responsible for operations, marketing, advertising, systems, and staff of the Admissions Office. Must travel globally and be willing to travel extensively during the fall, including trips with duration of 14 to 21 days. Successful track record of working with diverse groups in a positive manner. Demonstrated ability to make sound, independent decisions and lead others. Must have extensive cultural awareness and experience working with diverse individuals.
Position open/close date(s): April 3, 2007; open until filled.
Contact info: http://jobs.rice.edu.

Institution: Simon Fraser University, Faculty of Business Administration
Program: Graduate Business Programs
Position title: Student Recruiter
Reports to: Executive Director, Graduate Business Programs
Main responsibilities: The student recruiter advises on the design, development, and delivery of student recruitment programs for all the graduate business programs. The incumbent is responsible for identifying prospective students for these programs; for pre-screening potential applicants to ensure they meet minimum admission requirements; for encouraging their formal application to one or more of Simon Fraser University’s graduate business programs; and for developing and sustaining professional relationships with local businesses and industry organizations that are a principal source of potential students.
Position open/close date(s): April 27–May 14, 2007.
Contact info: A detailed resume and cover letter quoting Competition #164 must be received by 4:30 pm on May 14, 2007, addressed to the attention of Sheva Bridgmohan, Human Resources Advisor, at: Human Resources, Simon Fraser University, 8888 University Drive, Burnaby, BC V5A 1S6 Canada; or faxed to +1 (604) 291-4381. If you wish to send your application via email, please follow the instructions at www.sfu.ca/hr/how-to-apply.html.

Institution: Temple University
Program: Fox School of Business, MBA Office
Position title: Associate Director
Reports to: Director, Graduate Career Management
Main responsibilities: The associate director plays a critical role in leading in the creation and development of career and job-related programming for Professional MBA students. The associate director also cultivates relationships with corporate recruiters to increase employment opportunities and visibility. Leads in the development of alumni programming and outreach to partners in other areas of the university and helps coordinate career management projects and teams related to those projects.
Position open/close date(s): April 16, 2007, until filled.
Contact info: MBA Program Office, +1 (215) 204-7678, www.temple.edu/hr.

Institution: Temple University
Program: Fox School of Business, MBA Office
Position title: Associate Director, Working Professional Programs
Reports to: Director, Working Professional MBA Programs
Main responsibilities: The associate director coordinates the program management of student services, including providing delivery of advisement to master’s level students; problem resolution; systems development to improve students services; involvement in managing student professional development events; overseeing liaisons between students, faculty, and administration; student-faculty evaluations, feedback forums and quality circles; and student events, speakers, and all other program management activities. Responsible for scheduling of classes and development and maintenance of three-year rotation of classes. Responsible for updating of Graduate Bulletin, coordination of ISIS updates, course renumbering etc. Responsible for participating in relationship building with the corporate community for the purpose of recruitment and corporate connections. Participate in the delivery of recruitment activities. Support all aspects of recruitment and yield of new students as required. Responsible for graduation clearance and graduation ceremonies for master’s level students. Responsible for participating in the management of alumni relations for EMBA, PMBA, and MS programs.
Position open/close date(s): April 16, 2007, until filled.
Contact info: MBA Program Office, +1 (215) 204-7678 , www.temple.edu/hr.

Institution: The University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa
Program: MBA
Position title: Manager of Admissions and Student Services
Reports to (title): Assistant Dean
Main responsibilities (up to 100 words): Responsible for recruiting and admissions activities for the graduate business school including the formulation and implementation of recruiting strategies designed to produce a highly selective, nationally competitive cohort of students to the MBA program and the other business related master's programs. Also, responsible for student services of the MBA program which include counseling students in their concentration and coursework as well as monitoring and managing the academic progress of the students. Master's degree in business, marketing or related field with two years work experience OR a bachelor's degree in business marketing, or related field and four years work experience. Able to do extensive travel, primarily in the southeastern United States.
Position open/close date(s): May 8-29, 2007
Contact info: Mrs. Susan West, Assistant Dean, University of Alabama Manderson Graduate School Box 870223 Tuscaloosa, AL  35487, +1 (205) 348-6517

Institution: University of Chicago
Program: Graduate School of Business - Full-time MBA Program
Position title: Associate Director of Admissions and Financial Aid
Reports to: Associate Dean of Admissions
Main responsibilities: Responsible for fully participating in all aspects of the MBA recruitment and selection process, including interviewing and evaluating applications, travel and group presentations for the Office of Admissions and Financial Aid in the Graduate School of Business (GSB) for the full-time MBA Program. Requirements include bachelor's degree with two years of admissions related work experience.
Position open/close date(s): March 27, 2007; open until filled.
Contact info:  Marsha East, University of Chicago - GSB,  5807 S. Woodlawn Ave, Chicago, IL 60637, marsha.east@chicagogsb.edu, Reference 075604.

Institution: University of Chicago
Program: Graduate School of Business, Full-Time MBA Program
Position title: Asst./Assoc. Director of Career Management
Reports to: Sr. Assoc. Director
Main responsibilities: Create and deliver career management programming to the Chicago GSB’s 1,100 full-time MBA students. Programming includes large lectures, hands-on training programs, and special events. Coach domestic and international students to develop appropriate career-management and job-search skills. Manage or lead various special projects/programs that provide career-related support, such as a monthly newsletter and peer group coaching program.
Position open/close date(s): May 3, 2007 until filled.
Contact info: All applicants must apply online at the University of Chicago job website:  http://jobs.uchicago.edu/, requisition number  075919.

Institution: University of Chicago
Program: Graduate School of Business in the UK - Executive Education
Position title: Director of Business Development
Reports to: Associate Dean of Executive Education
Main responsibilities: Based in London, the director of business development is responsible for the development of opportunities in the executive education market and implementation of sales plans to attract and retain clients. The position requires relationship management skills. This individual will be expected to accurately present The University of Chicago GSB's capabilities and programs and establish and manage business relationships that result in long-term business partnerships and repeat business. Position will take a lead role in the sales for custom, company-specific executive education programs with key emphasis on client solicitation, increasing sales, and expanding the client base.
Position open/close date(s): Open now. Closing Date: May 1, 2007.
Contact info: Ellen.Romberg@chicagoGSB.edu, www.chicagogsb.edu.

Institution: University of San Francisco
Program: School of Business and Management
Position title: Director for MBA Admissions
Reports to: Assistant Dean for MBA Programs
Main responsibilities: The Director for MBA Admissions is responsible for all recruitment efforts, selection, and enrollment of a high-quality national and international class of MBA students. S/he is the management point person for carrying out all daily recruitment efforts, with a focus on efficiency, effectiveness, and the pursuit of excellence. In fulfilling that charge, s/he will take into account the overall best interests of the school by working with other units to ensure the best and highest use of the school’s resources.
Contact info: Brian Harke, MA, Assistant Dean, MBA Programs, +1 (415) 422-6170, brharke@usfca.edu, www.usfca.edu/sobam/.

Institution: University of Texas at Austin
Program: The Red McCombs School of Business
Position title: Director of Texas Evening MBA Program
Main responsibilities: The purpose of the position is to administer the University of Texas Evening MBA Program and direct administrative and operational activities to serve all Texas MBA programs in Executive Education.
Contact info: For more information: http://utdirect.utexas.edu/pnjobs/pnjobsvw.WBX?job_nbr=070411010382.

Institution: The University of Tulsa
Program: Graduate Business Programs
Position title: Director of Graduate Business
Reports to: Dean
Main responsibilities: The director of graduate business programs is a senior leadership position in the College of Business Administration and reports directly to the dean. If qualified, the director may also have an academic appointment. The director is responsible for the college’s master’s degree programs. This includes marketing and promotion of the programs, developing and maintaining corporate relationships, assisting students with obtaining internships and career opportunities, recruitment of domestic and international graduate business students, processing of admission applications, student advising, student support services, supervising the staff, and budget management. The director is expected to provide positive and effective leadership and planning for graduate business programs, advise the dean regarding graduate business programs, and work effectively with other offices of the college and the university.
Position open/close date(s): Open now, until filled.
Contact info: J. Markham Collins, Associate Dean for Academic Programs, College of Business Administration, University of Tulsa, phone: +1 (918) 631-2783, fax: +1 (918) 631-2142, email: mark-collins@utulsa.edu.

Institution: University of Denver
Program: Daniels College of Business Graduate Admissions
Position title: Director of Graduate Enrollment Management
Reports to: Associate Dean for External Relations
Main responsibilities: Direct and manage the graduate recruiting, admissions, financial aid and advising functions of the college. The successful candidate must have a bachelor’s degree, with a master's degree in business administration or M.S./M.A. in related field preferred. At least three years experience in recruiting, admissions and management in a university or educational setting. Experience as a director of admissions in a university is preferred. The candidate must also have proven excellence in communication, solid data analysis skills and strategic outlook, the ability to motivate and develop staff individually and as a team and to achieve outcomes individually and through others.
Position open/close date(s): Open until filled.
Contact info: Applicants should apply online at www.dujobs.org and submit a cover letter and resume. For further information, contact Director of Planning Christine MacMillan via email at cmacmill@du.edu or visit www.daniels.du.edu.

Institution: University of Virginia
Program: Darden Graduate School of Business, Darden Solutions Group
Position title: Admissions Implementation Specialist
Reports to: Director
Main responsibilities: The admissions implementation specialist will be responsible for assisting member schools of the Darden Solutions Consortium (www.dardensolutions.com) with the installation of software to manage the entire admissions and recruitment process. Five years of experience with admissions processing, marketing and communications, and the latest in social networking tools is preferred. This position demands a trainer for best practices and some technical support for custom reports, interactive dashboard tools, and multiple program configuration.
Position open/close date(s): June 30, 2007.
Contact info: Send resume and work experience to Steve Morales, Client Relations Manager, UVA Darden Solutions: moraless@darden.virginia.edu.

Institution: University of Virginia
Program: McIntire School of Commerce Foundation, Graduate Programs
Position title: Director of Graduate Operations
Reports to: Associate Dean for Graduate Programs
Main responsibilities: The director works with faculty program directors to ensure timely academic planning and faculty staffing decisions and is directly responsible for budgeting, overall fiscal planning and execution, office services, and faculty operations and support for all graduate programs offered by the school, including those in partnership with international universities. The director is also responsible for the oversight and program management for the Charlottesville section of the Master’s in the Management of Information Technology (MSMIT) program and will be present for at least the beginning of MSMIT classes taught in Charlottesville on Fridays and Saturdays throughout the year, as well as evening events in support of the program. With the associate dean of graduate programs, the position participates in the development and implementation of policies concerning students, academics, and services for all graduate programs. A more detailed job description can be viewed at: www.commerce.virginia.edu/gradprograms
Position open/close date(s): Open until filled.
Contact info: Interested applicants should send resume and cover letter to Heather Cullop, Director of Human Resources, at hcullop@virginia.edu.

Institution: University of Virginia
Program: McIntire School of Commerce Foundation, Graduate Programs
Position title: Director, Graduate Marketing & Admissions
Reports to: Associate Dean for Graduate Programs
Main responsibilities: The director will lead a team to develop and implement a strategic marketing and recruiting plan across a broad portfolio of graduate programs. This is a very hands-on position expected to drive continued growth across all programs. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to, developing and executing effective marketing plans, developing marketing communications materials, responding to inquiries and counseling prospective students, and cultivating relationships with corporate sponsors, college and university officials, and members of related professional organizations. A more detailed job description can be viewed at: www.commerce.virginia.edu/gradprograms.
Position open/close date(s): Open until filled.
Contact info: Interested applicants should send resume and cover letter to Heather Cullop, Director of Human Resources, at hcullop@virginia.edu.

Institution: University of Wisconsin
Program: Madison School of Business
Position title: Assistant Director Wisconsin Enterprise MBA programs
Reports to: Director Enterprise MBA programs
Main responsibilities: Assistant director’s primary responsibilities will be in student services. This position is primarily responsible for strategic planning, developing, implementing, and managing student and academic services for the Enterprise MBA programs. The assistant director will also support the marketing, recruiting, admissions, and alumni services operations for the Enterprise MBA programs. This position will supervise student workers and staff in the Enterprise MBA programs office, coordinate and manage international travel experiences, manage student orientation and graduation events, and advise students concerning curriculum, student services, progress towards the degree and degree completion. Manage all onsite details of program delivery. Availability required for possible international travel.
Position open/close date(s): March 30–April 15, 2007. We will continue to accept applications on a space available basis after April 15.
Contact info: Linda Uitvlugt, Director Enterprise MBA programs at luitvlugt@bus.wisc.edu Please visit www.ohr.wisc.edu/pvl/pv_055906.html for detailed information.

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