PROGRAM COORDINATOR, Leaders for Global Operations (LGO) Program (part-time, 80%), to manage a complex collaboration process with LGO industry partners and other stakeholders to conduct internships and career development processes. Will act as the primary point of contact for all LGO students (~100) regarding the program’s unique internship process (which brings together academic and industry partners) and its full-time recruiting process for industry partners (~25); interpret program policy and relationships with industrial partners in order to provide effective guidance to students regarding their internships/career development activities, help industry partners benefit from their engagement with the program and offer feedback to the program’s leadership on student-industry engagement/performance; and participate in other key processes. Responsibilities will include proactively engaging with students, industry partners, and MIT staff to ensure an efficient and transparent recruiting process; coordinating the day-to-day relationships of students, staff, and industry partners in the conduct of LGO’s six-month on-site internships to ensure that stakeholders are engaged, well-informed, and meeting their targets and milestones; facilitating arrangements for visits by partner companies for LGO’s summer partner engagement and inviting local partner companies to host LGO first-year students; ensuring the effective delivery of LGO’s key internship knowledge sharing events; actively participating in new student orientation and summer program with Outward Bound and committee start-ups; serving on the admissions committee; and performing other duties as needed.
REQUIRED: bachelor’s degree (master’s preferred); at least three years’ experience in an educational or administrative position; organizational skills; excellent judgment and discretion with confidential information/issues; excellent verbal and written communication skills; strong computer skills and experience using database and spreadsheet software. Experience at MIT or similar institution preferred.
Schedule to be determined.
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