Massachusetts Institute of Technology Program Coordinator, Curriculum Management in Cambridge, Massachusetts
Program Coordinator, Curriculum Management
Job Number: 21918
Functional Area: Administration
Department: MIT Sloan Executive Degree Programs
School Area: Sloan School of Management
Employment Type: Full-time (Hybrid)
Employment Category: Exempt
Visa Sponsorship Available: No
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PROGRAM COORDINATOR, CURRICULUM MANAGEMENT, Sloan School of Mangement, to collaborate with program staff, faculty, students, and vendors in the delivery of Sloan’s world-class executive degree programs (Executive MBA and Sloan Fellows MBA). Will play a key role in coordinating ongoing logistics, operations, and delivery of MIT Executive Degree Program’s courses in a dynamic and challenging business environment. Duties will include determining and managing program requirements, including internal and external resources; understanding the nature and purpose of courses and communicating that information; coordinating, implementing, and executing on the programs’ curricular feedback strategy; and directing the process of coordinating and updating course surveys. On program delivery days (including approximately twenty Fridays/Saturdays per year), will take a lead role in customer service and logistical coordination for students and visitors, including overseeing one or more courses and managing issues or crises in real-time. A full job description is available at https://web.mit.edu/sloan-hr/jobs/ExecDegProgCoordinatorCurriculumProgram.pdf.
REQUIRED: bachelor’s degree;at least two years of administrative and/or project/program management experience; willingness to work in a team of highly-motivated professionals who play an important role in implementing the initiatives of the programs and the school; service-orientation; comfort working in a fast-paced environment; excellent interpersonal and organizational skills; meticulous attention to detail; ability to remain flexible when managing a high volume of work; tact and discretion with sensitive and confidential matters; and comfort interacting with faculty, highly-motivated students, and leaders of other MIT offices. PREFERRED: MIT or other university experience and experience supporting senior administration. Job #21918-6Occasional evening and weekend work will be required.9/28/22