The Student Services Program Manager will coordinate, manage, implement and evaluate the Boonshoft School of Medicine (BSOM) Office of Student Affairs and Admissions (OSAA) programs and events held on or off campus. You will have broad responsibility to work in concert with all members of the Office of Student Affairs & Admissions and in collaboration with Advancement, Marketing, and student groups to coordinate and provide outstanding student programming.
Master’s Degree in higher education, marketing, or closely related field. At least (3) years or more of experience working in a university environment or event planning/marketing; Exceptional organizational and project management skills with the ability to independently plan, organize, operationalize strategic activities and program enhancement strategies to improve services provided to our students; Superior strategic coordination skills and a holistic understanding of the operations and services provided by an office of student affairs; Excellent verbal and written communication skills; Must be a focused, detail-orientated person.
Prior administrative experience with professional student development. Have an existing familiarity with the operations and processes of a university-level of student affairs. Experience with Qualtrics or similar survey software.
Essential Functions and percent of time::
55% Management, planning, and implementation of all OSAA events on and off campus including, but not limited to, graduation, convocation, orientation week, Match Day, Awards ceremonies, etc. Collaborate with appropriate University and BSOM departments to ensure successful events. Responsible for managing event budgets as well as logistics for multiple simultaneous events to include scouting locations, selection of food, engaging staff and cleanup protocols.
20% Responsible for the Office of Student Affairs & Admissions front desk management and daily operations. Supervise and train student workers to provide excellent customer service at our front desk which serves all students, prospective students, faculty, staff, and community members.
10% Oversee and manage BSOM student groups and organizations
10% Provide support to Admissions for Interview Days and recruiting events.
5% Perform other duties as assigned.
Has the ability to work effectively with all diverse populations and all types of constituents including students, physicians, faculty administrators, alumni, and volunteers. Is able to work occasional evenings and weekends to support medical student professional development and special OSAA events.
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