REQUIRED: bachelor's degree (advanced degree desirable); at least two years' administrative experience, preferably in a business or academic environment; discretion and good judgment with confidential information/issues; initiative; ability to make significant contributions to a small team as a proactive team member in a dynamic and diverse work environment; ability to organize, set priorities, and multitask with minimal supervision; effective oral and written communication skills; and a high level of attention to organization, details, and process improvement. Seek a self-starter who is able to manage timelines, meet strict deadlines, and provide a high degree of accuracy.
Experience in program, project, and/or event management; familiarity/experience with MIT's accounting practices including billing and accounts payable; familiarity with MIT Sloan and MIT policies and procedures; and experience with PR/marketing/communications are desirable. Knowledge of WordPress preferred. Job #17796-6
Evening/night/weekend work is occasionally required, typically in conjunction with a related event or with respect to a special project.
PROGRAM COORDINATOR, Sloan School of Management-MIT Leadership Center, to collaborate with MIT colleagues, Sloan program and faculty directors and other staff and students, and external vendors to provide a high level of organization and coordinate operational activities for the MIT Leadership Center and its various initiatives. Will manage the day-to-day office and financial activities of the center; serve as an active and integrated thought partner on a small nimble team; organize and coordinate efficient operational processes for a center dedicated to leadership development; creatively problem solve in collaboration with exceptional partners and stakeholders from across the school; and play a role in helping to shape the direction of leadership development curriculum and programming at Sloan.
A full job description is available at http://web.mit.edu/sloan-hr/jobs/LEADMLC%20CoordinatorJuly2019.pdf.
Massachusetts Institute Of Technology