The incumbent will be responsible for project managing the academic components of the Summer Intensive program, an acculturation program for new international students occurring every year in late July to mid-August. The academic components of the program include: Writing & Research course, Academic Communication course, Case Competition, and Portfolio Development. Additional responsibilities include: project managing the process of recruiting, interviewing, hiring, training and debrief of all instructors and creation of a plan to maintain a pool of returning instructors along with year-round communication with stakeholders. This position requires a high level of maturity, clear and transparent communication, a collaborative approach to planning and execution, high degree of critical thinking and analyzing, excellent project management skills, ability to see all details as part of the big picture, persistence, autonomy, and good judgement.
Specific Duties & Responsibilities:
Develop and maintain a project management plan for the academic components of the Summer Intensive program including auxiliary plans for planning, reviewing, executing and assessing all academic components. Will develop appropriate reporting tools to critically assess and analyze student feedback, providing recommendations for future changes to the Associate Director.
Manage logistics of the Case Competition and Portfolio Development including steps for selection, development, lesson plans as well as the integration of key learning experiences into both academic classes.
Collaboratively work with the larger SI academic team to develop the project management plan and work with individuals to deliver specific results that align with the plan and the spirit of the program.
Build stakeholder engagement as needed to execute effectively and efficiently.
Serve as initial point of contact for Summer Intensive instructors.
Minimum Qualifications (Mandatory):
Bachelor's degree required.
Three years of project management, student services, higher education instruction, or other related experience required.
Additional education may substitute for required experience, to the extent permitted by the JHU equivalency formula.
Master's degree in communication, journalism, English, TESOL or similar.
Experience working with international graduate business students.
Experience working on a team in a collaborative manner with demonstrated success in delivering quality and timely results.
Experience managing large projects and people.
Knowledge of a second language preferred.
Special Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
Knowledge of project management
Knowledge of people management
Knowledge of all stages of the business writing and presentation processes, including specific writing strategies, i.e., modeling, shared, interactive, guided, and, independent approaches
Knowledge and practice working with domestic and international students
Knowledge of a second language preferred
Strong verbal communication skills, including public speaking as it relates to improving presentation skills
Strong written communication skills, including ability to brainstorm, direct, draft, revise, edit original correspondence, reports, research papers, white papers, and other written forms and presentations
Strong analytical, planning, operational skills
Effective negotiation and diplomacy skills
Excellent organizational and time management skills
Excellent interpersonal and customer-focused skills
Comfortable with ambiguity and flexibility
Able to implement and use metrics to evaluate and propose updates/changes/etc.
Ability to work collaboratively with stakeholders
Ability to interpret needs/recognize problems and make recommendations on improving
Ability to innovate and execute. Able to think independently and contribute individually
Optimistic, personable attitude
Exceptional attention to detail with the big picture in mind
Mature, self-directed and intrinsically motivated
Dedicated to continuous learning and professional development
Excellent work ethic: respect, accountability, empathy, collaboration, innovation, curiosity, results-driven
Technical Qualifications or Specialized Certifications:
Experience using video conferencing tools
Knowledge of document and video editing applications, such as Adobe Creative Cloud
Experience using e-learning software, such as Captivate
Classified Title: Student Services Administrator Role/Level/Range: ACRP/03/MC Starting Salary Range: $22.95 to $31.59 per hour Employee group: Part-time Schedule: Monday - Friday 9:30am-3:00pm Exempt Status: Exempt Location: 01-DC:District of Columbia Department name: 60000051-Student Services Personnel area: Carey Business School
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