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College Staff Officer

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University Of Kentucky Lexington , KY 40598

Posted 3 months ago

Executive Assistant to the Executive Associate Dean of the Gatton College of Business and Administration

For more than 90 years, UKs Gatton College of Business and Economics has been preparing principled leaders for the global economy, producing high quality, influential research, and supporting economic growth in Kentucky and beyond. Accredited by the AACSB International (The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business), Gatton proudly offers a full range of undergraduate, graduate and professional business and economics degrees.

Housed Inside the $66 million state-of-the-art Gatton College building, the college accommodates the fastest growing enrollment on UKs campus, expected to exceed 4,000 Students by 2019. Through teaching, research, and outreach, the Gatton College has a direct, tangible influence on the lives of Kentuckys citizens and people around the world.

The Deans Office of the Gatton College of Business and Economics is looking for an Executive Assistant to support the Executive Associate Dean for Administration, Faculty, and Research and the Associate Dean for International Affairs. In Gatton, we are looking for staff members that embody a level of excellence that supports our tagline of Blue Means Business. Please consider joining Gattons dynamic team of professionals.

The Executive Assistant provides high-level administrative and programmatic support to the Executive Associate Dean for Administration, Faculty, and Research (EAD) and the Associate Dean for International Affairs. This includes executive level support for the deans that may be of a complex nature such as independently managing assigned long-range workload and schedule and communicating diplomatically with diverse campus, college and community stakeholders on behalf of the deans.

Additionally, the Assistant will manage complex calendars, travel, correspondence and special projects of a highly confidential and sensitive nature and the maintenance of document. The Assistant manages College level events such as student, faculty and staff recognition programs and assists with the coordination of special and annual events. While this position reports to the EAD, it exists to support the named deans and others in the Deans Office.

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