REQUIRED: bachelor's degree (master's preferred); at least ten years' administrative experience in a university, seven of which were at a high level; proven success overseeing/managing a wide variety of functional areas (including HR, financial, planning, facilities, and information technology) in an evolving, high-growth organization; diplomacy; excellent interpersonal, active listening, analytical, organizational, problem-solving, and written and verbal communication skills; working knowledge of the operations of complex research universities/research organizations; detail-orientation but with an ability to view larger policy concerns; and good judgment, tact, and discretion with sensitive/confidential maters. Must be able to prioritize multiple and often competing demands under deadline pressure; think independently and initiate new policies and procedures; synthesize information from multiple sources and provide succinct, actionable briefing materials/action plans; implement policies or procedures; and make effective decisions while working collaboratively. Knowledge of the culture of academic departments and experience working with faculty helpful. MIT experience strongly preferred. Job #17383-13
ASSISTANT DEAN FOR ADMINISTRATION, Stephen A. Schwarzman College of Computing, to assume a pivotal role in the launch and development of the College of Computing, an interdisciplinary hub for research and education in computing, its applications, and its societal responsibilities.
Will report to and serve as a key advisor to the dean, collaborate with the leadership team on the college's most pressing issues and strategic priorities, and work with colleagues in MIT's central administration and five schools. Will be responsible for a broad portfolio of administrative and management functions, including human resources, finance/resource allocation/budgeting, space planning, facilities, administrative support for faculty hiring, policies and procedures, and monitoring the progress and implementation of plans and initiatives. Will also provide support to the dean for special projects and priorities.
Massachusetts Institute Of Technology