| The Cornell SC Johnson College of Business, launched in the academic year 2016-2017, is comprised of the university's three accredited business schools: the School of Hotel Administration, the Charles H. Dyson School of Applied Economics and Management, and the Samuel Curtis Johnson Graduate School of Management. The College delivers undergraduate, graduate, and professional business programs creating a collaborative, comprehensive business management program that preserves the excellence of all three schools while uniting the faculty and students.|
The Samuel Curtis Johnson Graduate School of Management at Cornell delivers educational programming across six different MBA programs with the intent of developing highly successful and ethical business leaders of the future. Relying on the pillars of performance learning, a collaborative community and Cornell's vast connections, the Johnson faculty produce students equipped to excel in the current cross-functional, collaborative, digital economy.
Cornell Executive Business Education, a program within Johnson, develops and delivers customized educational programming to industry clients utilizing faculty from across the University.
The Program Manager, working under the general direction of the Executive Director of Executive Education, coordinates all aspects of program delivery at the Samuel Curtis Johnson School of Management. Responsibilities include identifying client talent gaps, engaging the Executive Director and faculty to develop a customized training curriculum, and overseeing successful delivery of each educational program/module of the overall curriculum. The Manager is responsible for managing relationships with clients and vendors in addition to establishing new clients and identifying further opportunities for executive education.
The Manager serves as the primary point of contact for all aspects of program delivery. This includes engaging with students via the issuance of pre- and post-program communications, arranging travel, planning of program-related events (on- and off-site), and serving as the face of Cornell to ensure advancement of client relationship.
Some events include evening and weekend responsibilities. Additionally, occasional travel (including international) is required.
Associate's degree; technical/vocational school degree; 2-3 years of experience or equivalent. Requires strong communication skills (provide regular information and updates to audiences including program partners, students, faculty, and staff), the ability to work independently and collaboratively, a high degree of responsiveness, significant attention to detail, an ability to manage ambiguity which may include last minute changes and requests, and the ability to maintain a calm, composed, and professional demeanor during high-intensity periods. Must have experience with professional education programs, special events, conferences/seminars. Requires ability to handle multiple priorities simultaneously. Comfort with public speaking. Should be proficient with MS Office products and database management.
Bachelor's degree and experience working with corporate executives preferred. Prior experience with all aspects of event planning and delivery including coordination and support of numerous activities involving simultaneous timelines is strongly preferred. Familiarity with survey software/tools is a plus.
Typically lifts 10-20 lbs, requires normal concentration, limited exposure to hazards
University Job Title:Coord Program I
Pay Rate Type:Salary
Contact Name:Nathan Carlisle
Number of Openings:1
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