Program Coordinator, Executive Degree Programs
7 days left
- Full Time
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.
PROGRAM COORDINATOR, EXECUTIVE DEGREE PROGRAMS, Sloan School of Management, to provide support for the admissions and delivery of the MIT Executive MBA and MIT Sloan Fellows MBA programs. Will manage the Executive MBA interview process for ~300 candidates; develop, document, implement, and monitor annual interview processes to ensure successful and timely completion of applicant evaluations; assign tasks and manage workload of readers and interviewers; compile and analyze data for monitoring interview utilization, calibration, and quality; manage ongoing interview logistics, including communication with participants, maintaining space/materials, and resolving issues; serve as a liaison and resource for prospective and admitted students regarding program activities and policies/processes; maintain admissions databases, including Slate, Salesforce, Grade20, and SPD; establish timeline and ensure completion of onboarding activities for admitted students; participate in the design and development of EMBA webinars, information sessions, and preview workshops; engage in all stages of the admissions process, including events, greeting applicants, and advising the assistant dean on candidate selection; deliver high quality general and logistical support on program delivery days and act as a point-of-contact for inquiries; deliver presentations to students and visitors; participate with the program’s senior team in representing its vision, mission, and identity.
REQUIRED: bachelor's degree; at least two years' administrative experience, preferably in executive education or a business requiring comparable skills; data management experience; experience coordinating and delivering complex and challenging programs, building relationships, and multitasking in a pressured work environment; self-motivation; ability to work effectively both individually \and as part of cross-disciplinary teams; and excellent organizational, customer service, interpersonal, presentation, and oral and written communication skills.
PREFERRED: experience with executive education or mid-career students.
Must be able to work on evenings and weekends (approximately 20/year) when MIT Executive MBA and Sloan Fellow students are on campus.