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ACADEMIC DIRECTOR, FINANCE GROUP , Sloan School of Management , to manage and provide an array of high-level services for the Finance faculty group. Will partner with the group head and other faculty colleagues to develop, coordinate, and oversee critical academic, administrative, and research functions such as the annual teaching plan; Finance Ph.D. program; various marketing, communications, and stakeholder engagement activities; and strategic operational support for established and emerging centers, labs, and initiatives. Will also supervise and/or direct a small number of faculty assistants in supporting these functions; lead and contribute to projects and ongoing processes for designing and executing complex and diverse programming for finance-related initiatives across Sloan. Successful outcomes will require building relationships proactively, collaborating willingly, and acting as a primary liaison for all group activities to a range of internal and external partners.
Job Requirements REQUIRED : bachelor's degree; at least three years of relevant experience; ability to work with multiple stakeholders and systems; experience with financial administration and project management; and excellent interpersonal, oral and written communication, presentation, supervisory, analytical, and negotiating skills. PREFERRED : an advanced degree, interest in and experience with the finance sector, and experience in higher education administration. Job #19860-8
Internal Number: 19860
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