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Meridian 180 is a multilingual platform for policy innovation + experimentation. Founded in 2012, Meridian 180's strength comes from its membership—800+ thought leaders from academia, business, and the public sector from 39 different countries. With a center of gravity in the Pacific Rim, Meridian 180 builds the intellectual, social, and political infrastructure required to address the crises of today and tomorrow. Meridian 180 is a partnership of Cornell University's Mario Einaudi Center for International Studies and the Clarke Program in East Asian Law and Culture at Cornell Law School, Ewha Womans University in Seoul, Korea, and the Institute for Social Science at the University of Tokyo
Provide day-to-day administration, supervision, and development of the Meridian 180 Project, including financial oversight and coordination of its partnerships with other universities and units at Cornell. Oversee the organization of conferences and manage online discussion forums, coordinate a team of offsite fellows and contractors, and manage membership outreach. Work with the faculty director and director of policy and outreach to coordinate Clarke Program infrastructure usage and upgrades, in partnership with the Einaudi center and other stakeholders. Supervise program administrative assistant. Foster collaborations, identify and initiate relationships to encourage cross-campus support, and participate in representing and promoting the Clarke Program at Cornell. Work with Cornell University Press and the Einaudi Center on preparation and publication of Meridian 180's e-books. Establish effective operational support, ensuring compliance with departmental and university policies, and implementing adequate internal controls.
This position is for a 3-year term at a 9-month effort, with the possibility of extension based on funding availability.
Bachelor's degree with 3-5 years of experience in program coordination or equivalent. Excellent communication (written and oral) and interpersonal skills. Experience with financial management, program management, and outreach. A proven ability to simultaneously manage multiple areas, events and deadlines, along with the ability to cultivate and maintain a collaborative and effective work environment.
Master's degree and 5+ years of experience in a managerial and supervisory capacity. Knowledge of Asia. Administrative experience within a university setting. Skills and experience in intercultural communication.
Visa sponsorship for this position is not available.
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University Job Title:Project Associate II
Pay Rate Type:Salary
Contact Name:Liz Flint
Number of Openings:1
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