Working at MIT offers opportunities, an environment, a culture – and benefits – that just aren't found together anywhere else. If you're curious, motivated, want to be part of a unique community, and help shape the future – then take a look at this opportunity.
ASSISTANT DIRECTOR OF EXECUTIVE PROGRAMS , Sloan School of Management , to be responsible for delivering a mixed portfolio of Executive Education programs by leading logistics planning as well as helping develop the program design and content. Will run a selection of established programs and manage planning milestones for on-site and digital deliveries; collect program information and materials for their timely publishing and distribution via print, email. and web; identify and supervise vendors (hotel, catering, AV, printing, etc.); work with faculty to manage program content and design updates, with support from program director; create and close out budgets; review financial performance; and advise participants on program selection in the open enrollment portfolio, discussing certificate track options, discounts, etc. For more complex custom engagements, will work with a program director to manage client relationships; design program content; track educational outcomes, participant feedback, and financial performance. Will also assist with special projects and perform other duties as requested.
REQUIRED : a B.A. or B.S. degree (advanced degree desired); at least four years' work experience; demonstrated interest in program content; ability to develop and maintain positive relationships with Institute faculty, clients, and participants; strong interpersonal and communication skills; demonstrated willingness and ability to be coached for continued career growth and professional success; and familiarity with MIT Sloan and/or executive education. Job #17274-8
Internal Number: 17274
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