Works closely with senior associate director to oversee and assist with the design and implementation of Chicago Business Fellows program.
Advises, supports, and recommends concepts for programming to the leaders of career- focused student groups.
Coordinates sessions for Chicago Business Fellows program, CBF advisory board and attends quarterly events.
Assists with planning and implementation of a variety of student events and programs, including but not limited to the student cohort experience.
Responsible for planning and implementing co-curricular programming.
Plays a lead role in key internal operational activities, including but not limited to, budgetary planning and reporting for all Evening/Weekend student groups.
Manages the relationship with outside vendor Booth Groups, student groupsâ™ support with Booth Groups and enhanced system training for student leaders and advisors.
Supports team with quarterly new student orientations.
Completes special projects for Student Life as assigned.
Guides students and staff to develop and implement activities, programs, and initiatives related to student life, and/or community involvement.
Markets student activities programming throughout the year. Develops and implements protocols for evaluating the effectiveness of programs.
Performs other related work as needed.
A minimum three years of experience working with students, planning extracurricular activities, or working in an educational environment.
A minimum three years of experience managing projects or programs.
Bookkeeping or budget management experience.
Proficiency in Microsoft Office products, particularly Word, PowerPoint, and Excel.
Outstanding interpersonal and verbal and written communications skills.
Excellent leadership and project management skills.
Commitment to working in a team environment.
Consistently meet deadlines, problem solve, exercise good judgment, and work under pressure during seasonal high volume.
Multi-task and follow-through in a fast-paced environment.
Professional demeanor, including tact, discretion, and a customer service-oriented approach to the job.
9:30 a.m. â“ 6:00 p.m., Monday through Friday, as the regular schedule with every third or fourth week shifting to a 5-day work week to include a Saturday shift from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Late night office coverage (10:30 a.m. to 7 p.m.) two or three times per month.
Various other weekend and nights as needed (on average 6 nights/quarter and 5 Saturdays/quarter).
Work extended hours, as needed.
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