Executive Assistant to Student Development - Massachusetts College of Art and Design
Location: Boston, Massachusetts
Internal Number: 8314
Focusing on the co-curricular experience, the Division of Student Development advances learning and success by encouraging intentional change through partnerships with students that are challenging and supportive. We seek an Executive Assistant that supports the Vice President and Associate Vice President/Dean of Students in carrying out the goals, functions and assigned activities within the area of Student Development. As Office Manager and Project Coordinator, this person will work with other departments within the Student Development area. Performs related work assigned.Salary: $45,000 - $55,000 - Commensurate with experienceFor more information click the link below:https://www.schooljobs.com/careers/massart/jobs/3327623/executive-assistant-to-student-development?pagetype=jobOpportunitiesJobs
Founded in 1873, MassArt is the first freestanding public college of art and design in the United States. The College excels in the education of professional artists, designers, and art educators and is an integral contributor to the cultural and intellectual life and creative economy of the Greater Boston region, the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, and beyond. Located in Boston's hub of arts and culture along the Avenue of the Arts, MassArt enrolls 2,000 students and offers a comprehensive range of undergraduate and graduate degrees in 18 disciplines, as well as continuing education and youth programs.
MassArt strives to be a model of diversity and inclusion; the campus community reflects the layers of cultural and self-identity that proudly make up our region, nation, and world. We respect, value, and celebrate the strengths, characteristics, and perspectives of all and promote an inclusive environment that leverages the unique contributions of each individual, group, and organization into all aspects of our work.
Social inclusion at MassArt honors our commitment to diversity & inclusion by recognizing the integrity, contributions, strengths, and value of different cultura...l, language, and social groups. Social inclusion includes, but is not limited to, race/ethnicity, physical abilities/qualities, disability, gender, sexual orientation, age, religious beliefs, class, educational background, and employment category.