Staff Associate 1
Working at MIT offers opportunities, an environment, a culture – and benefits – that just aren’t found together anywhere else. If you’re curious, motivated, want to be part of a unique community, and help shape the future – then take a look at this opportunity.
STAFF ASSOCIATE 1, Office of the Vice Chancellor-Registrar’s Office, to provide high-level staff support for the Committee on the Undergraduate Program’s (CUP) Subcommittee on the Humanities, Arts, Social Sciences (HASS) Requirement. Will support the undergraduate program, curriculum, and initiatives as a part of the Curriculum & Faculty Support (CFS) team. Responsibilities include liaising with and providing outreach to faculty, students, and departments; collecting and reviewing data for program assessment; performing project coordination for educational initiatives; and contributing to the development of policies, programs, and procedures in the areas of responsibility encompassed by CFS.
REQUIRED: bachelor’s degree; at least one year of professional experience in higher education; administrative, analytical, organizational, and oral and written communication skills; ability to learn, understand, and utilize software, student information systems, and other technical tools; proven track record collaborating with faculty, students, staff, and administrators including resolving issues and negotiating successfully across organizational boundaries; sensitivity in understanding and working with others; initiative; ability to work independently with accuracy; and meticulous attention to detail. PREFERRED: master’s degree; experience or background in collecting, analyzing, and interpreting data in an academic setting; and MIT experience. Job #18896-6
Salary range: $50-60,000
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