Position Description and Duties
a Campus or University Executive in a variety of activities and initiatives as
a key team member.
- Organizes and manages projects involving different areas of the Campus or
University community, with responsibility for project outcomes.
- Represents the Executive's unit in Campus or University-wide activities,
including committees, special initiatives, and implementation of new processes
- Independently carries out a portfolio of responsibilities under the
Executive's purview, such as approvals, student interactions, and monitoring of
key activities. Manages communications within and outside the unit
related to areas of responsibility.
- May serve as Manager of a large Executive Office.
- Performs related duties as assigned.
Job Title Name: Administrative Executive Associate
Administrative Executive Associate will report to the Dean of the School of
In addition to the duties above, the Administrative Executive Associate
performs the following duties:
- Supervises office staff assigned to the Dean's Office; manages projects,
confidential correspondence, and Dean's official records.
- Works with the Dean and relevant staff to oversee a communications and public
relations plan for the School, including organizing appropriate school content
for SOE website and other electronically based communications (e.g., Connect ED
- Works closely with the Dean on and acts as her liaison to faculty, students,
College personnel and community members.
- Works with the Dean and all relevant school and College staff to manage the
development and coordination of special projects in the Dean's purview,
including but not limited to alumni relations; community and cross-school
partnerships; coordination with nonprofit organizations and neighborhood
schools; and fundraising.
- Works with the Dean and faculty on the preparation of grant proposals for
external funding; assumes responsibilities for materials needed for submission
processes, and as needed will supervise school-level actions required in the
post-award process (i.e. processing of tuition, reports, etc.).
- Oversees and works with faculty and relevant staff to independently carry out
high profile events, including faculty conferences, major lectures, hosting of
Teaching Fellows seminars, and similar school-wide efforts.
- Serves as liaison for the Dean to major professional associations, including
NCATE (CAEP), MCTE, and Council of Great City Schools. Will manage NCATE
reporting within the School as needed.
offers a comprehensive benefits package to employees and eligible dependents
based on job title and classification. Employees are also offered pension and
Tax-Deferred Savings Plans. Part-time employees must meet a weekly or
semester work hour criteria to be eligible for health benefits. Health benefits
are also extended to retirees who meet the eligibility criteria.
Qualifications and Requirements
Degree and six years' relevant experience required.
Excellent communication and problem solving skills
- Experience with grant related activities and/or proposal preparation highly