1) The Project Associate will perform a variety of project management duties within the Business Schoolâ™s faculty hiring and promotion processes assisting the Deputy Dean for Faculty and the Faculty Recruiting Coordinators, assist the office in gathering and analyzing faculty related data for various projects, and function as the in-house archivist for the ongoing digitalization of the Officeâ™s administrative records.
1) Ability to learn new administrative tools and adapt to new projects on a daily basis.
2) Ability to function and improvise under pressure ensuring excellent service.
3) Excellent organizational and inter-personal skills.
4) Ability to multi-task and work independently.
1) Coordinating and scheduling multiple and concurrent events with high volume of participants.
2) Social science research and demonstrated interest in archival work.
3) Gathering and entering data.
4) Handling high volumes of sensitive and confidential data.
5) Interacting with high profile clients at a professional office setting.
6) Administrative systems and inter-departmental workings of the University of Chicago and the Booth School of Business.
2) Cover letter
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