1) Lead the development, establishment and maintenance of industry partner relationships for all Graham School professional masterâ™s programs: Analytics, Biomedical Informatics, and Threat & Response Management.
2) Proactively build and foster corporate relationships that translate to capstone sponsorships.
3) Secure industry participation for Capstone Project panels.
4) Attend association, conference and/ or events for professional organizations in order to cultivate new and continued corporate partnerships with the Graham professional masterâ™s programs.
5) Communicate plans and developments with the Director of Strategic Initiatives in order to ensure external outreach efforts are coordinated and efficient.Â
6) Position will have dotted line reporting to the Director of Strategic Initiatives.
7) As appropriate, identify mutually beneficial cross-selling opportunities to industry partners for deeper engagement with UCPE and the University as a whole.
8) Create timeline and lead transition to a central admissions process for the Masters of Analytics program applicants.Â
9) Serve as a resource to UCPE team during the transition period; own the relationship between capstone teams and industry partners.
10) Serve as primary contact for all existing capstone company relationships.
11) Serve as liaison for communication between partners and program teams; implement corporate partnerships in support of the student capstone experience while keeping program teams apprised of progress.
12) Coordinate initial communications between students and industry partners.
13) Ensure the capstone research process is a productive experience for students and industry partners.
14) Collaborate with University units and/or programs, as well as industry partners to maximize resources available for students.
15) Develop process for annual reporting on capstone projects and outcomes for both internal and external audiences.
1) Interact successfully with diverse constituencies.
2) Shift responsibilities as needed based on departmental needs.
3) Strong project management skills; proven ability to interface with and engage senior level clients.
4) Relentlessly pursue program and operational excellence and optimization.
5) Maintain optimistic outlook, display confidence, and creatively marshal resources to achieve results amidst difficult circumstances.
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