Provide very broad-based administrative support for the Associate Dean and Executive Director of Development, Cornell SC Johnson College of Business. The position will also provide broad administrative support across the Cornell SC Johnson College of Business (JCB) Alumni Affairs team, in particular by supporting the Senior Director of Alumni Affairs for the College. He/she will coordinate correspondence, filing, meetings, travel and events. Assist in all aspects of trip planning involving development staff with the Dean of the Johnson College, including preparation of travel documents and follow-up processes. Monitor budgets and ensure that financial transactions are handled accurately and in compliance with University and unit standards. Provide primary administrative support for the College of Business Leadership Council, under guidance of the Associate Dean. Coordinate meeting arrangements and oversee preparation of meeting materials, ensuring accuracy under strict timelines. Assist with communication between the College AAD team and other university staff, deans and faculty. Interact with the Dean of the Johnson College and his/her assistant on many various needs. Must be able to manage multiple and changing priorities.
Formal training beyond a high school diploma of one to two years, two years of college coursework, or Associate's degree. Minimum of 4, but less than 6 years related experience. Strong communication, computer, interpersonal and organizational skills are required as are a high degree of professionalism and the ability to maintain the confidentiality of sensitive material. Administrative experience necessary. In-depth knowledge of University Alumni Affairs & Development and Accounting systems and a familiarity with fund-raising and alumni affairs programs highly desirable.
Bachelors 4 year degree from accredited university.
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