1. Plans and executes admission, financial aid, internship, and career services programs. Prepares and submits recommendations to admissions and financial aid committees. Plans and cultivates new corporate relationships to generate job opportunities both domestically and internationally. 2. Participates in long-range planning; recommends and contributes to the development of career services, financial aid, and admissions policies. 3. Provides guidance, advices and counseling on academic, admissions, financial , and career services matters to students and prospective students. Works with students, alumni and employers to identify existing and emerging employment opportunities. 4. Develops and analyzes statistical data to determine patterns and trends that impact and inform the direction of the admissions or financial aid. Conducts ongoing research on employment trends and evolving industry-specific recruiting and talent management needs. 5. Develops budgets and loan repayment schedules. 6. Develops systems for admissions and financial aid activities. Leads projects to continuously improve use of technology. 7. Writes publications to inform students of developments within financial aid and admissions offices. 8. Organizes and conducts corporate presentations, networking nights, and career fairs. Guide employers in developing and executing on-and off campus strategies for attracting University talent. 9. Supervises and trains a staff of exempt and non-exempt employees. 10. May perform other duties as assigned.
Preferred Education: Masters or Ph.D. with four years or more related experience in higher education administration, fellowship management or study/work abroad environment at the college level, or equivalent education/experience. Two yrs. or more experience studying, working, or researching in East Asia. Extensive experience managing information technology issues. Knowledge of Yale University a plus.
Preferred Education, Experience and Skills: Masters or Ph.D. with four years or more related experience in higher education administration, fellowship management or study/work abroad environment at the college level, or equivalent education/experience. Two yrs. or more experience studying, working, or researching in East Asia. Extensive experience managing information technology issues. Knowledge of Yale University a plus.
Required Skill/ability 5: Knowledge of one or more of the following: Chinese, Japanese and/or Korean (both language and culture) and ability to travel to East Asia and domestic meetings three or four times a year.
Posting Position Title: Student Services Officer 4
Required Skill/ability 3: Ability to exercise good judgment and discretion in dealing with sensitive material. Ability to put skills and abilities to effective and creative use within a high demand, high profile working environment.
Work Week: Standard (M-F equal number of hours per day)
University Job Title: Dir, Richard U. Light Fell Program
Required Skill/ability 1: Previous supervisory experience and proven ability to manage teams of faculty and staff in order to build consensus and to implement projects on-time and within budget.
Required Skill/ability 4: Excellent communication skills and organizational ability, particularly editorial and writing skills.
Required Skill/ability 2: Demonstrated ability to manage and report on complex budgets. Extensive familiarity with a range of database, spreadsheet, word processing and Web design software packages.
Bachelor's Degree in a relevant field and five years of experience in a related area or an equivalent combination of education and experience.
Internal Number: 65850BR
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