Associate Director/Pozen Family Center for Human Rights:Manages the day-to-day activities of the Center. Reports to - and provides support to - the Executive Director and Faculty Director. Supervises the staff, coordinates the workflow, and ensures efficient operation of the Center. Supervises the Communications & Events Manager, the Financial Administrator, and part-time student workers. Assists in setting Center goals and planning educational programs and initiatives. Works with the Executive Director, the Faculty Director, and the Executive Committee to evaluate programs and to identify and implement new Center priorities, and to develop short and long term programmatic and administrative goals. Provides support for Faculty Committees involved in various competition and selection processes. Coordinates and supervises logistical and financial aspects of all events and programs, including the Human Rights internships, seminars, conferences, workshops, public lectures, visiting scholars programs, and outreach activities. In conjunction with the Executive Director and Faculty Director, manages the Center's budget. Under supervision of the Executive Director, the Center Supervisor exercises financial oversight on all endowed funds and grants from private foundations and individual donors. May assist with fundraising efforts. Maintains relationships with selected student organizations and outside advocacy organizations in collaboration with the Executive Director. Serves as a liaison with other Centers on campus. Typically manages Center facilities. Recruits and supervises student employees and volunteers as necessary.Job Summary: -Center Supervisor (Associate Director): Reporting to the Directors of the Pozen Family Center for Human Rights. Maintains three areas of responsibility and provides administrative leadership to execute or oversee all significant Human Rights Program functions. Supervises two full-time staff, as well as part-time student employees who assist in carrying out the following duties:-Operations: Provide administrative and planning leadership for the effective conduct of the fiscal, personnel, facilities and other administrative affairs within the Program.-Communications: Supervises the Communications Manager to support research, informational, and educational links with individuals, affiliated institutions, and other external organizations seeking to form or enhance relationships with the Program, under the supervision of the Directors. -Events: Oversee all Program event logistics as requested by the Directors including food and beverage, rentals, staffing, art direction, materials production, audio visual services, security, and travel and parking logistics to ensure successful programmatic events and occasions.-Human Rights Projects: Works in conjunction with the Executive Director in the planning and execution of student human rights projects, including coordination with student organizations and outside agencies.
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