1)Â Â Serve as the groupâ™s point person for divisional support and cross team collaboration.
2)Â Â Possess a deep understanding of the business model and ability to identify the most important metrics for the university to focus on and track/report progress through dashboards, reports, and visualizations.
3)Â Â Monitor the funnel, KPI's, and their effect on business performance; provide timely guidance, strategic direction, and leadership to meet or exceed goals.
4)Â Â Partner with the dean and faculty of multiple divisions to facilitate new program launches, enrollment growth, and other support.
5)Â Â Collaborate with recruitment and marketing to identify and prioritize opportunities that would grow revenue, increase enrollment, and improve eminence.
6)Â Â Drive thought leadership related to new opportunities, risk, and scalability.
7)Â Â Connect the dots between marketing, recruitment, and business outcomes to provide growth strategy and improve business processes.
8)Â Â Identify global opportunities for adding diversity to the graduate student population.
9)Â Â Derive deeper understanding of online education and opportunities available to the University. This includes, but is not limited to reputation, enrollment growth, revenue, and global reach.
10)Â Establish and implement protocols to measure the effectiveness and collaboration of marketing and communication efforts.
11) Act as a catalyst for leading Provost level goals and objectives from ideation to execution.
1)Â Â The ability to partner across divisions and lead efforts with marketing, recruitment, and analytics teamsÂ in turning data into insights that drive outcomes in key global business initiatives.
2)Â Â The candidate will possess excellent business, communication, and project management skills.
3)Â Â Demonstrated ability to drive revenue growth through new or existing products.
4)Â Â Proactively builds successful partnerships acrossÂ different functions and business units.
5)Â Â Employs novel strategies to overcome barriers in complex and uncertain environments.
6)Â Â Displays innovation in tactics andÂ willingness to take risk.
1)Â Â Master's Degree or above in a related field
1)Â Â New product /Â program launch experience
2)Â Â 7+ years working with Tableau and Excel creating dashboard and KPIs
2) Cover Letter
3) Reference Contact Information
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