Manage all department accounts by monitoring, reporting and overseeing record-keeping support for all departmental operating (fund 100), gift (fund 600) and endowment (fund 400) accounts. Manage faculty research and travel accounts (programs 101, 138) for seven voting faculty. Manage all instructional spending allocations. Serve as departmental purchasing and reimbursement liaison to faculty, students and staff, preparing disbursement documents, researching vendors and buying options, tracking equipment and supply inventories and providing guidance and resolution for daily financial transactions and procedural issues. Manage all student employees including the hiring, training, scheduling, payroll and time tracking for student payroll of +/-60 students. Participate in the planning, programming and coordination of departmental events; assist with Web page maintenance; assisting with special projects; and providing general administrative support for daily office and facility operations; assisting with a/v tech support as needed for faculty and visiting artists. Manage the print, web and social media communications and marketing support for departmental events and visiting artist program support. The incumbent collaborates with invited speakers and guests, alumni, faculty, staff and students at Brown University, vendors, program stakeholders, and University events management to ensure that events are appropriately supported and that visitor requirements are met. The incumbent provides administrative and project support for outreach initiatives and serves as a point of contact for program inquiries.
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Academic Program Manager
Department of Visual Art
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