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Phoenix, AZ
Assistant Director
Phoenix, AZ
Bednar-Hills
Phoenix, AZ
Assistant Director
  • Targeting, marketing, pitching and working as part of the team to develop proposals for new business
  • Supervise the day to day activities of the Accounting department including Receiving and Stores; ensuring all standards are followed
  • Maintain building access control system including coordinating building access, alarms and related emergency preparedness activities
  • Coordinating internal departmental staff's marketing efforts, and analyzing and measuring their results
  • Playing a key role in the budgeting, forecasting and planning process
  • Other duties and responsibilities, including assisting with fundraising and their marketing efforts
  • Arranging staff meetings and other project meetings, including gathering agenda items and coordinating dates/times
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San Francisco, CA
Assistant Director
San Francisco, CA
Wilderman-Metz
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San Francisco, CA
Assistant Director
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  • Adhere to standard operating procedures, using department best practices for assessing, kicking off, executing, producing and closing a project
  • Improves team performance by building team cohesiveness, leading, mentoring, training, and motivating in order to facilitate cooperation among the team
  • Supports the Director to determine new programming for experiential learning including designing new programmatic initiatives noteworthy for funding
  • Handle various administrative duties (e.g. ordering event materials, arranging meetings, answering phones, maintaining files, entering data, expenses)
  • Assist with planning, implementing, managing, and evaluating current programs, events, clinics, etc
  • Actively contribute to development team by supporting colleagues, collaborating on projects, sharing information, and being a positive force for good
  • Conducts regular competitive pricing and offering surveys, communicating results and recommendations to the Director, Catering & Conference Services
Education Education
Bachelor’s Degree in Business
Bachelor’s Degree in Business
East Carolina University
Bachelor’s Degree in Business
Skills Skills
  • Strong customer service orientation, solid judgment and ability to deal effectively with highly diverse and demanding communities of students and businesses
  • Proficiency in HTML and CSS with basic knowledge of other front-end coding languages (Javascript, XML, XSLT)
  • Ability to build good relationships both within the Quality Assurance & Test team and with other teams
  • Ability to foster professional relationships with Chief Officers, CEO’s, and allied training professionals
  • Basic computer skills including basic proficiency with MS Office,
  • Ability to be industrious and possess a strong ethic of accountability
  • Excellent written communications skills, and knowledge of electronic composition, social media, web content management, and ability to copy edit and proofread
  • Strong customer service skills along with the ability to effectively and professionally interact with faculty, students, and staff
  • Ability to manage professional and paraprofessional employees including coaching, counseling, training, and evaluation
  • Strong demonstrable valuation experience either at a professional services firm, within industry or investment bank experience in the Energy market
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Assistant Director Resume Examples & Samples

  • Value businesses, shares or intellectual property as part of small team
  • Appreciate context in which valuation is required by gaining an understanding of the client's business issues
  • Gain a thorough understanding of target and its market, researching the sector and analyzing companies within it
  • Responding to day-to-day queries raised by client and attending client meetings
  • Keeping manager/partner abreast of progress
  • Identifying issues and drawing to attention of manager/partner and contributing to discussions
  • Deliver valuation on time and to assignment budget and timetable
  • Develop network of contacts (internal & external)
  • Contribute to broader EY business (especially CF)
  • Generate ideas to maximize assignment profitability, supporting revenue generation initiatives
  • Strong demonstrable valuation experience either at a professional services firm, within industry or investment bank experience in the Energy market
  • Good first degree, possibly MBA/ACA/ CFA
  • Experience of business development activity and success
  • Project management skills, leading teams and juggling more than one project at a time
  • Strong quantitative skills
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills
  • Ability to build effective working relationships with individuals, organizations and clients
  • High degree of personal drive and motivation to succeed
  • Analytical in approach
  • Strong team player
  • Ability to learn quickly and keep abreast of developments
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Assistant Director Resume Examples & Samples

  • Strong experience in an investment banking, corporate finance or corporate development environment, including experience playing a lead role in executing transactions
  • Track-record of originating and executing deals in the financial services sector. Experience in one or more of the following areas: general insurance, life insurance, banking, consumer finance, commercial finance and asset management
  • Demonstrate confidence in client situations, gaining client acceptance and demonstrating value through advice and sector insight
  • Committed to working to tight deadlines, practiced at thinking clearly under pressure and experienced at maintaining team morale during lengthy and challenging transactions
  • Sound commercial judgement and an ability to generate creative solutions to problems and 'think on your feet'. Ability to identify potential deal opportunities
  • Strong verbal communication and written presentation skills
  • Demonstrate strong numerical and financial skills and an understanding of financial statements
  • Extensive experience in building financial models and valuing businesses using various methodologies, mainly DCF, precedent transactions and traded comparable companies
  • Creative in the sourcing and use of information and able to make sensible assumptions where appropriate
  • Counselling/coaching experience is desirable
  • High standard of spoken and written English is a prerequisite
  • Foreign language skills are ideally sought as the team expands into continental Europe, albeit not a prerequisite
  • Act as the main contact point for clients during the transaction process
  • Liaise with and advise clients on transaction strategy including tactics, deal structuring and negotiation strategy, providing genuine sector and transaction insight and displaying deep understanding of the strategic rationale for transactions
  • Ensure client deliverables are prepared to an exceptional standard on time, managing counterparties and other advisers to ensure transaction milestones are met
  • Provide leadership to junior team members producing Information Memoranda, financial models and other transaction documentation
  • Team leadership role. May also include additional counselling and coaching responsibilities
  • Take ownership and responsibility for one or more team functions such as training, people development, quality, finances etc
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Assistant Director Resume Examples & Samples

  • Develop effective funding strategies for transactions and businesses
  • Manage sell side and buy side
  • Work with investors and corporate occupiers to appraise strategic real estate options,
  • Develop and use complex financial models and advise clients
  • An accountancy, banking, surveying or Masters in Real Estate qualification
  • Experience of real estate finance and corporate finance transactions
  • Good knowledge and contacts in the real estate market
  • Experience in the development and application of business plans and option appraisals
  • Experience with financial models
  • Experienced in business development
  • Managed small teams
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Assistant Director Resume Examples & Samples

  • Participate in the execution of transactions across the client portfolio
  • Play an active role in business development activities including involvement in the preparation of pitch books and other marketing materials and involvement in meeting with existing and target clients
  • Participate in the provision of market leading, relevant and highly-targeted solutions and content-rich thought leadership to clients
  • Contribute to delivery of wider strategic objectives across Transactions, as well as supporting and participating in initiatives for growth of the firm as a whole
  • Oil & Gas sector and understanding of its current situation, development themes and the major players
  • Recent, relevant experience including experience of Oil & Gas corporate finance in an investment bank, professional services firm or boutique
  • A track record of working on both the buy-side and sell-side, as well as finance raising
  • A strong network across industry, private equity, banks, legal and other advisors: it is important to be a self-motivator who is comfortable taking the lead in contacting and developing new relationships within the wider market place
  • Strong numerical, financial and modelling skills based on a well-developed understanding of financial statements
  • Proven ability to produce high quality and impactful professional documents for clients and internal use
  • Sound commercial judgment and an ability to generate creative solutions to problems
  • Able to maintain a high level of confidentiality and handle sensitive information with discretion
  • A motivated self-starter who is keen to take on high levels of responsibility
  • Able to thrive under pressure, work to tight deadlines and work effectively in a team
  • Highly developed interpersonal skills and ability to interact with all levels of EY and client staff
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Assistant Director Resume Examples & Samples

  • ACA or equivalent qualification
  • Strong commercial awareness gained through direct experience of the financial services sector (either from an industry or Transaction Support role)
  • Strong academic record including a degree
  • Demonstrate a keen interest in financial services activity and to become a specialist in a particular area of financial services
  • Business development experience
  • Project management skills
  • Excellent analytical, IT and interpersonal abilities
  • Ability to work well within a team and build relationships at all levels
  • Effective written and verbal communication
  • Strong work initiative and the ability to adapt to new challenges and ideas
  • Strong word, excel and PowerPoint skills
  • Effective time management and ability to keep calm when under pressure to meet deadlines
  • Have counselling skills though not essential
  • Understand the key business drivers, co-developing our approach with the client, agreeing value measurements with the client, providing value to the client through insights, factual conclusions and advice
  • Project manage teams and work closely with all members as well as forming strong internal links within transaction support, the rest of transaction advisory services and other departments in EY both in the UK and internationally to form multi-disciplinary teams
  • Gather, verify and analyse information, and formulate views
  • Lead a project team to plan, prepare and review deliverables in various forms including excel databooks, written reports, presentations and discussions with the client
  • Plan and monitor the progress of the team
  • Understand the capabilities of the firm and look for opportunities to sell additional services to our clients
  • Build on and develop internal and external networks through personal contacts
  • Play a role in business plan initiatives (e.g. key accounts, recruitment, client service framework)
  • Be a true business advisor to the client and establish yourself as a key client contact
  • Take responsibility for own learning and development, provide coaching to others, and participate in upward feedback
  • Share your technical and other knowledge with your team and with the department
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Assistant Director Resume Examples & Samples

  • Participate in business development initiatives
  • Provide analytical support during the origination phase, gain exposure to deal structure/shape, with customised approach for each situation
  • Provide analytical support during the execution phase
  • Key liaison on execution with other involved service lines (EY) and the client; assist in managing engagements by organising staffing, tracking fees and communicating issues to project leaders
  • Demonstrate professionalism and confidence to deal with a range of stakeholder groups and management teams Build internal relationships within restructuring and across other services
  • Understand the capabilities of the firm and seek opportunities to bring other specialists in the restructuring assignment to achieve the best solution for the client
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Assistant Director Resume Examples & Samples

  • Act as the on-site lead executor on Debt Advisory engagements
  • Advise clients with regards to selecting a source of capital, how to approach the market and how to maximize value and minimize the risks
  • Analyzing and advising on capital structures as well as significant contacts with capital providers
  • Communicates regulatory, financial information and complex strategic issues in a clear, concise and relevant manner to assist and guide decision-makers in Capital Market transactions
  • Conveys a genuine interest in and understanding of the client's business and industry and provides both broad and specific information and suggestions for improving the business
  • Bring together the most appropriate team to provide exceptional multifunctional and global services to the client
  • Ensure that any professional, technical, or client service problem or request is resolved in a timely manner and by the appropriate people and resources
  • Oversee a team of analysts, senior associates and managers and be responsible for executing transactions
  • Significant experience in advisory/lending/debt execution and/or investment banking after execution
  • Industry and turn-key intermediary experience and negotiating skills
  • Proficiency with Microsoft Excel, Word, and PowerPoint
  • Professional demeanour and strong communication skills, both written and oral
  • A strong finance, accounting, and/or economics background preferred
  • Bachelors required; MBA and/or other qualifications a plus
  • Identify and assemble "best team" to execute a transaction
  • Project management, delegation and staff supervision are central to this role, allied to strong sector and corporate finance experience and insight
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Assistant Director Resume Examples & Samples

  • Successfully providing valuation services, guiding clients through challenging transactions or events in a dynamic business environment
  • Maintaining and developing client relationships during assignments and beyond, to contribute to the business development activities of the practice
  • Taking responsibility for growing revenues in a sub-area and/ or contributing to taking new service offerings to market
  • Delivering high quality reports and presentations, often managing multiple teams and assignments simultaneously
  • Managing junior staff in performing valuation analysis, reviewing and providing feedback on their output
  • Ongoing coaching and development of more junior team members
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Assistant Director Resume Examples & Samples

  • Sell, manage and deliver engagements including cyber due diligence, post-merger integration and portfolio risk assessment
  • Provide insightful, deal-relevant points of view and recommendations to the client by leveraging your operations and commercial experience
  • Lead meetings with senior client stakeholders to advise, shape and drive the strategy and planning for integration, carve-out / separation and operational restructuring
  • Manage large and complex multi-vendor, multi-geography operational programmes
  • Take ownership for Quality and Risk Management (Q&RM) to ensure client work is delivered consistently and in compliance with EY's quality standards
  • Lead and manage internal practice development including development of tools, accelerators, methodologies and market propositions
  • Take responsibility for one or more areas of internal team management
  • Become an active counsellor, coach and role model to junior team members
  • Degree qualified; 2.1 minimum
  • Cyber / Information Security certification (such as CISSP) or relevant experience
  • Flexibility to travel and to work freely across the EU
  • Ability to learn quickly and to be comfortable with ambiguity
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Assistant Director Resume Examples & Samples

  • Demonstrate knowledge and subject matter expertise in Canadian, SEC and IESBA auditor independence rules, and EY Global and country independence policies to support client-serving teams
  • Consult on auditor independence issues with EY partners and staff across Canada in regard to both personal and firm-related independence matters
  • Provide support to client-serving teams to assist them with independence procedures for both prospective and existing audit clients
  • Maintain and monitor the Canadian Independence mailbox and respond to queries in a timely manner
  • Develop and review independence policies, processes and forms to ensure we continue to meet requirements of EY Global and local requirements as well as best practices in independence
  • Develop and deliver risk management and independence training courses and presentations
  • Build relationships with EY Global Independence team members through consultations and process improvement initiatives
  • Assist with preparation for, and coordination of, practice inspections by external regulators (CPAB and PCAOB) and EY Global’s Internal Audit team
  • Serve as a role model by promoting and demonstrating commitment to risk management and independence processes and policies within the firm; and
  • Manage or participate in other risk management and independence projects as required
  • Other duties as assigned
  • CPA designation is required
  • Strong analytical, organizational and critical thinking skills
  • Approximately 3-4 years experience in a professional services firm, with a minimum of one year as a manager leading a team
  • 1-2 years of project management experience
  • A track record of strong performance
  • Strong interpersonal, oral and written communication skills
  • Knowledge of French an asset but not required
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Assistant Director Resume Examples & Samples

  • Taking a leading role in managing Debt Advisory engagements
  • Review and sign off client project engagements and agreed outputs
  • Build and sustain excellent relationship with clients and lenders
  • Act as a representative to the firm and department at internal and external events
  • People management responsibilities covering resource planning and allocation, performance management, training and act as a mentor to team members and provide coaching with a view to assisting them to achieve their personal career goals
  • Support Partners to develop the department strategy and play a leading role in business development and marketing initiatives
  • Identify new project opportunities and meet revenue targets for Corporate Finance and the wider firm
  • Develop a clear understanding of firm products and deliver cross selling opportunities
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Assistant Director Resume Examples & Samples

  • Copliance monitoring on AML/CFT at the representative in the region
  • Significant work experience within AML/CFT management in the banks
  • Candidate must be competent to converse, understand, interpret and implement regulations written in English
  • The candidate must have a strong interest to pursue a carreer in the regional control on AML/CFT
  • Skills on the system development desirable
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Assistant Director Resume Examples & Samples

  • Have a strong track record in executing and managing research and analysis of companies and markets, preferably with commercial due diligence experience
  • Have strong commercial experience and/or relevant industry or transaction experience
  • Have business Development experience
  • Have project management skills
  • Be a team player with the ability to build effective relationships at all levels in EY and with clients
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Assistant Director Resume Examples & Samples

  • Leading workstreams and delivering Operational Transaction Services to clients with an IT expertise
  • Lead multiple assignments and help develop the team's intellectual capital
  • Spearheard marketing efforts and build strong relationships with high profile clients
  • Leading key client decision makers in developing and executing their transaction strategy to secure deal value
  • Delivering a high degree of client satisfaction with the engagement process and deliverables and is able to drive additional and repeated engagements
  • Understanding EY's service offerings and actively identifies opportunities to improve client service
  • Directly responsible for staff (Manager and below) to develop through effectively supervising, coaching and mentoring
  • Financial Services expertise: has strong experience in Financial Services, with a focus on operations, technology, strategy and change
  • Consulting skills: can demonstrate the skills and experience required to operate as a senior consultant within a professional services firm
  • Change management: has a good understanding of project and programme management and a proven track-record in leading large-scale change initiatives
  • Transaction experience: must have technical expertise in at least one OTS service area (integration, carve out, operational due diligence, or operational restructuring)
  • Aware of trends in Financial Services and the M&A market and able to apply this knowledge to shape the approach for individual assignments
  • Able to apply sound financial analysis to understand how operational issues affect the investment case for a transaction
  • Able to understand and navigate senior level politics in order to ensure the successful delivery of client assignments. Displays sufficient authority and impact to maintain influencing behaviour in difficult situations
  • People management: understands and uses the dynamics in a group to achieve the objectives of an assignment. Is approachable to team members and provides coaching and support to address individual development needs
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Assistant Director Resume Examples & Samples

  • Providing Cyber security advice within some of the highest-profile deals in EMEA, spanning a broad range of industry sectors
  • Specialise in the due diligence for Cyber businesses and other high-technology businesses
  • Advising and supporting senior management in corporate and private equity firms to help assess Cyber risk within their portfolio
  • Selling, managing and delivering cyber transaction services across the deal lifecycle
  • Working on short to medium term, high profile projects across a broad range of industries
  • Ownership for Quality and Risk Management (Q&RM) through out client engagements, determining that all client work is delivered consistently complying with Ernst & Young's Q&RM guidelines
  • Responsible for areas of internal team management; supporting the leadership in developing, building and running the team and act as a role model for the team
  • Extensive experience of corporate transactions, ideally in performing of IT Due Diligence and/or IT post merger integration, separation/carve-out assignments
  • Senior IT management experience (within an organisation's IT department or on the IT supplier side)
  • Extensive experience of IT advisory and consulting within a professional services environment
  • Broad knowledge and deep understanding of one or more core aspects of a typical IT function, including Enterprise Architecture, IT Strategy and Governance, Systems Integration and Application Development, IT Service Delivery, IT infrastructure, IT financials and dynamics of an IT function
  • Programme and project management expertise with demonstrable experience in managing and being responsible for the delivery of successful programmes and knowledge of Structured methodologies and a familiarity with industry standards such as ITIL for Infrastructure, Systems Development Life Cycle methods and COBIT for IT governance & the ability to provide insights based on experience on IT aspects of transaction deals that are relevant and valued by clients and readers of the IT Due Diligence reports
  • Flexible with working locations, the ability to learn quickly and leverage skills in new situations
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Assistant Director Resume Examples & Samples

  • Professional services / consulting: from a management consultancy, corporate finance firm or as an 'internal consultant' in a corporate
  • Transactions: ideally due diligence, carve-out or integrations experience; and
  • Deep understanding of one or more core operational functions
  • Adept at building strong working relationships with senior clients, including influence, advice and support to key decision makers
  • Demonstrated aptitude for quantitative and qualitative analysis
  • Effective written and verbal communication skills
  • Experience of delivering high-quality reports and presentations
  • Experience of managing large, complex, global delivery programmes
  • Strong team leadership skills, particularly teams with diverse skills and backgrounds, coupled with the ability to manage and develop juniors
  • Excellent problem solving skills
  • Experience leading practice development initiatives and training programmes
  • Track record in business development, with strong external networks
  • Ability to act as a thought leader in a particular sector / industry
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Assistant Director Resume Examples & Samples

  • Professional services / consulting
  • Transactions: ideally due diligence, carve-out or integrations experience
  • Broad knowledge and deep understanding of a typical IT function, including enterprise architecture, strategy, governance, systems integration, application development, service delivery and infrastructure
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Assistant Director Resume Examples & Samples

  • Senior leader and part of executive team leading skyline and broadly WNA strategy
  • Responsible for providing direction to project team members in transitions, planning and operations formally and informally
  • Provide thought leadership and helps set strategic direction of the skyline program
  • Engage with key leadership across the organization to accomplish skyline program objectives
  • Operational Analytics, Design and Execution
  • Lead assessments, discovery, performance and process analytics, etc. for multiple businesses, operations and technology
  • Work with businesses to develop end-to-end operations leveraging industry leading practices
  • Continuously works to identify new opportunities to decrease costs, increase revenues, improve retention, enhance quality and client satisfaction
  • Focus on building and deploying go-forward model office plans (e.g. organize deployment, prioritizing benefits and minimize branch disruptions)
  • Business Case / Planning
  • Assess value at stake from transformational initiatives and potential implications for businesses
  • Develop detailed business cases based on improvement opportunities in collaboration with multiple businesses and stakeholders
  • Develop and implement detailed plans to ensure near term and long term objectives are planned and executed
  • Transformation / Business Liaison
  • Enlist steering committees to guide WNA's initiatives and serve as the leader / facilitator as needed
  • Engage business / function leaders to drive the design and execution of transformational initiatives
  • Program Leader/Coordinator
  • Advance work streams with oversight and leadership of one or more the key work streams identified
  • Design and end-to-end management of key business and operational initiatives (e.g. business opportunity assessments, operational efficiency assessments, operations and accounting process redesign, etc.)
  • Provide expertise in building businesses and launching product offerings
  • Bachelor degree required and MBA or equivalent advanced degree preferred
  • 5+ years of experience with either a top tier consulting firm or a complex global organization preferred (e.g. Global resourcing, off shoring, process improvement, LEAN, Six Sigma)
  • Understanding of Commercial Insurance a plus
  • Business Acumen
  • Proven ability to translate strategic plans, objectives, and business goals into actionable, well-defined programs, projects, and initiatives
  • Foundational experience and knowledge of Insurance business or significant external experience in related industry products, channels, and services
  • Operations / Execution
  • Demonstrated ability to identify, execute and manage significant engagements across Operations, Sales and Technology functions of the business
  • Ability to track business / operational performance – target operating models, product development and launch, cost optimization, restructurings, etc
  • Problem Solving
  • Strong analytical and problem solving background and associated skills (e.g. analyze market trends, voice of customer information, competitive threats, and product / sales / operational strategic needs)
  • Ability to engage and lead ambiguous problem solving with teams to drive meaningful conclusion
  • Outstanding written and verbal communication skills to effectively articulate and communicate business to senior leadership
  • Fluency with spreadsheets (e.g., Excel) and presentation tools (e.g., PowerPoint)
  • Team player
  • Collaborative and team-oriented working style
  • Optimistic, energetic and passionate in achieving business and operating success
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Assistant Director Resume Examples & Samples

  • Running transactions on a day-to-day basis, including involvement in deal structuring and negotiation through to completion – this involves working closely with shareholders, management teams, funders and other advisers (both EY and non-EY)
  • Preparation of key transaction documentation such as information memorandums, management presentations, structuring analysis and various financial models from value metrics through to financial forecasts
  • Targeting, marketing, pitching and working as part of the team to develop proposals for new business
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Assistant Director Resume Examples & Samples

  • Model the financial implications of transactions
  • Absorb new technical information quickly, and quickly develop a deep understanding of the strategic rationale for transactions
  • Working with clients to take proposals to market, identifying target funders or partners and presenting opportunities in the most effective way, negotiating and structuring transactions with other professionals to a successful completion
  • Review and prepare complex reports and presentations to clients
  • Prior experience and good knowledge of the Telecoms, Media and Technology sector , themes and major players
  • Manage sell side mandates through optimal positioning of the assets or business, identifying target bidders, preparing Information Memoranda and negotiating commercial terms
  • Manage buy side mandates, identifying targets and working with clients to structure and negotiate successful transactions
  • Self awareness to seek feedback on performance and drive own development
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Assistant Director Resume Examples & Samples

  • Provide quantitative analysis solutions to clients
  • Prepare and present reports to support these analyses and solutions
  • Build and review complex quantitative models
  • Manage own time to budgets and communicate progress against plan to assignment manager
  • Suitable applicants will be highly numerate and analytical graduates, with a MSc or PhD in Econometrics/Statistics/Engineering or a highly numerate subject and at least 3-5 years of relevant working experience
  • They will need to be an independent worker with sufficient technical skills to manage a team, with expert knowledge statistical software such as R, SAS, SPSS and other programming tools such as Matlab
  • Strong background in statistics, inference and sampling and wider econometrics techniques
  • Work with large, complex data sets, solve difficult, non-routine problems
  • Good knowledge of the application of econometrics techniques for the elasticity of demand estimation and pricing
  • Good knowledge of Micro-econometric techniques: panel data, and limited dependent variable models (Logit, Probit and Tobit models), as well as standard cross section techniques
  • Good knowledge of Macro-econometric techniques: time series analysis, ARDL models, VAR and SVAR
  • Experience in data mining techniques applied to large dataset (e.g. machine learning techniques)
  • In addition, they will be able to deliver to demanding deadlines, be a team worker and possess good communication skills, with the ability to communicate complex models and concepts to less technical personnel
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Assistant Director Resume Examples & Samples

  • Working on some of the highest-profile deals in EMEA, spanning a broad range of industry sectors
  • Selling, managing and delivering buy and sell-side transaction services across the deal lifecycle
  • Advising and supporting Senior Management in corporate and private equity firms to help realise deal value
  • Leading meetings with senior client stakeholders to advise, shape and drive the strategy and planning for integration, carve-out / separation and operational restructuring
  • Managing large & complex multi-vendor, multi-geography operational programmes
  • Detailed finance function expertise covering the following areas
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Assistant Director Resume Examples & Samples

  • Provide general administrative support for Master of Science programs
  • Assist with gathering information for quality control / program revue / best practices shared / ensuring consistency across programs
  • Scheduling meetings involving MS program representatives
  • Coordinate any program information updates for the USC catalog and related web sites
  • Recruiting students to program through online advertising, hosting information sessions online and on campus, current students and alumni, etc
  • Follow up with inquiries from global applicants to the program; provide application status updates, etc
  • Review and work with the graduate office to obtain missing documents to complete applications for review
  • Monitor and manage social media initiatives and help create the campaign throughout the year
  • Monitor and respond to questions from social media and blogging websites about program; help manage social media messages, blogs and website for program
  • Help coordinate the logistics for orientation
  • Provide support to students during the program such as course registration, coordinating with international office, etc
  • Manage the calendar of events for guest speakers, exams, in-class
  • Coordinate with IT staff to address students’ issues with technology
  • Help set up travel plans, logistics and other national and international arrangements for both faculty and students in the MS program
  • Help with career planning events and use of internship/job posting system
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Assistant Director Resume Examples & Samples

  • Detailed expertise in commercial operations covering one or more of the following areas
  • Marketing and brand management
  • Product advertising and promotion
  • Product portfolio management
  • Pricing and revenue management
  • Commercial product / brand strategy development
  • Operating model design to support delivery of growth strategy
  • Channel management, including managing distributors and third party agents
  • Demonstrable financial analysis capability, with the ability to link operational analysis to P&L, cash flow and balance sheet
  • Implementation of transactions (both pre- and post-deal) or of other major transformational change or turnaround programmes
  • Track record in business development and routes to market, with the ability to develop and maintain internal and external networks
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills and experience of producing and reviewing high calibre reports, papers, presentations and thought leadership
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Assistant Director Resume Examples & Samples

  • Delivers strong operational performance by executing against Aramark Healthcare and regulatory agency standards and programs, continually monitoring operations, completing assessments and developing necessary action plans to provide optimal managed services and drive patient and customer satisfaction
  • Ensures compliance to all safety and sanitation standards
  • Interacts with Client Management and maintains effective client and customer relations at all levels with client organization, including conducting rounding. Identifies Aramark service expansion opportunities
  • Provides overall direction for all Managers, Supervisors and front line employees, ensuring employee development, engagement and compliance with human resource related policies and standards, including conducting applicable rounding
  • Develops operational component forecasts and is able to explain variances. Responsible for components accounting functions
  • Ensure consistent application to all Aramark Healthcare operating systems
  • Ensures compliance with all contract obligations
  • Responsible for all department budgets, reporting weekly and monthly financial information
  • Owns relationship and communication with C-Suite, and identifies and evaluates key partnerships
  • Bachelor's Degree preferred
  • Requires a minimum of 6+years progressive management experience managing a complex business with $5+Million financial and operational responsibility for that business, multi-site OR multi-departmental
  • Healthcare Environmental Service experience preferred
  • Ability to communicate (both verbal and written) effectively with clients, customers of the client and support staff
  • Ability to write business letters, summaries and reports, using prescribed format and conform to all rules of punctuation, grammar, diction and style
  • Ability to work with mathematical concepts such as probability and statistics
  • Ability to apply concepts such as fractions, percentages, ratios and proportions to practical situations
  • Requires management and leadership skills and the ability to work with confidential employee, client, and Aramark information
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  • Provide direct assistance to the Director of the Office of the Arts in managing the fiscal resources of the OA, including budgeting and internal allocations. In collaboration with OA Director, prepare long-range budget plans. Analyze actual performance against budgeted performance, reporting and determining causes of variances. Establish controls to ensure compliance with legal and procedural requirements
  • Oversee contracts administration including artists, artist contracts, rentals, grants and sponsor contracts
  • Provide and encourage student participation and event planning
  • Provide administration management for the OA office through subordinate staff. Ensure OA organizational policies are current
  • Oversee human resources processes, recruitment activity, and maintenance of departmental personnel records
  • Represent the Office of the Arts and the Director in the Director's absence
  • Coordinate special projects and other duties as assigned
  • Education:Bachelors degree or equivalent combination of education and experience
  • Work Experience:Three to five years of related work experience
  • Certifications: N/A
  • Skills:Ability to anticipate project needs, discern work priorities, meet deadlines, analyze and compile data, and prepare management reports. Excellent communications and organizational skills. Management experience specific to an Arts organization that may include ticketing, event operations, and facility management. Experience in supervision, training, relating to diverse groups, budgeting, and event management
  • Preferred Education:Bachelors degree
  • Preferred Work Experience:Minimum of seven to ten years of management experience within an arts organization, higher education, or events management
  • Preferred Certifications:N/A
  • Preferred Skills:Comprehensive knowledge of Institute's budgeting procedures, guidelines and general knowledge of operating methods and trends in budgeting. Ability to anticipate project needs, analyze and compile data and prepare management reports. Specialized knowledge in areas of responsibility to include: ticketing, event operations and facility management
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  • 70% Counseling Provide career development and job search counseling to University of Michigan student-athletes in both individual and group settings Conduct regular outreach efforts including workshops and presentations to current student-athletes Assist student-athletes in identifying all employment and internship opportunities relating to their major, year and interests Provide career assessment and interpretation to undecided students through assessments offered in Symplicity including IStrong, StrengthsQuest and MBTI Deliver career coaching services through a range of approaches, including individual, drop-in, and group appointments, workshops and other programs Prepare student athletes for career fairs, and job interviews to assure successful experiences Identify and understand student-athlete career decision making processes and develop individual action plans Assist student-athletes in development of action plans and follow up strategy based on interest and goals
  • 10% Outreach and collaboration Maintain ongoing professional development via involvement with relevant professional associations such as NACE, N4A and University Career Services Network Develop strong relationships with the internal athletic department programs including, Academic Success Program, Compliance, Development, Coaches and Sport Administrators Develop collaborative partnerships with University career service programs within all schools and colleges Other duties as assigned
  • 10% Research Evaluate & maintain online resources for a variety of career issues, academic majors and career fields Evaluate effectiveness of coaching/advising/counseling through satisfaction surveys and modify coaching skills based on analytics and feedback Demonstrated ability to identify key trends to enhance and modify programs and services Develop a general knowledge and understanding of the related professions represented by UM programs in all Colleges and Schools and maintain familiarity with the education, training and career opportunities and expectations of each Collaborate with campus career and academic programs and refer student-athletes to appropriate services as necessary Keep abreast of current resources on career, occupational, and employment information with internal and external career services Participate in recruiting presentations as requested
  • Master’s degree in student affairs, Higher Education, Business, counseling, social work or related field including broad-based study and research in student development and career counseling
  • 5+ years experience in career counseling, coaching and advising college students (undergraduate and/or graduate) in one-on-one and small group setting
  • Proven management and supervisory experience in career counseling office
  • Extensive experience in resume writing, interviewing and developing developing personal statements
  • Strong written and verbal communication and interpersonal skills with the ability to relate to a diverse group of coaches, staff, administrator and student-athletes
  • Proficient in interviewing skills and the ability to student-athletes through the interviewing process
  • Dynamic presentation skills
  • Strong organizational skills and ability to accomplish multiple tasks efficiently and in a timely manner
  • Demonstrate an appreciation of, and a sensitivity to cultural differences
  • Willingness to work evenings and weekend hours
  • Demonstrated 2-5 years experience in collegiate career counseling
  • Sound understanding of NCAA, Big Ten and University rules and regulations
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  • Communicate the interests of the Institute's research, education, and economic development programs to the appropriate stakeholders
  • Provide strategic advice to senior university management
  • Design and implement appropriate federal strategies in support of the Institute
  • Maintain strong working relationships with science agencies, congressional offices, national higher education, science, and engineering organizations
  • Analyze and monitor policy and legislative proposals from the executive branch and congress
  • Actively participate in and take leadership roles in selected coalitions, associations, and working groups, both on and off campus
  • Assist with the management of the DC internship stipend program for Georgia Tech students
  • Perform other related duties as assigned
  • Education:Bachelor's Degree or equivalent combination of education and experience
  • Work Experience:Five to six years job related experience
  • Certifications:N/A
  • Skills:This job requires an in depth knowledge of a nationally ranked research university and the importance of higher education and research to state and national growth and security. Strong organizational and analytical abilities, initiative, sound judgment and strong interpersonal skills are required. Excellent written and oral communication skills are also required, including the ability to organize and lead meetings and give oral presentations. Must be able to work independently and as part of a team
  • Preferred Education:N/A
  • Preferred Work Experience:Experience working in the federal government, federal government relations, or for a research university is strongly preferred
  • Preferred Skills:N/A
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  • Leading workstreams and delivering Operational Transaction Services to clients with an IT or Operations expertise
  • Degree qualified (or equivalent work experience)
  • External consulting and client facing experience
  • Possess excellent grasp of both written and spoken English
  • Experience within a Transaction Advisory Services environment
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Assistant Director Resume Examples & Samples

  • Develop and oversee implementation of facility related strategic plans and operations policy
  • Oversee provision of contractor services related to facility maintenance, construction, and renovation
  • Organize and implement policies and procedures that effectively provide for event management (room setup, catering, etc.) and related services
  • Organize and supervise classroom set-up and space planning
  • Plan for and monitor facilities security arrangements
  • Oversee the day to day management of the Buzz Store, parking, gym, and restaurant
  • Other related duties as assigned
  • Education:Bachelor's degree or equivalent combination of experience and education
  • Work Experience:6-8 years of related experience
  • Skills:Campus operations experience, knowledge and skills required to manage multi-functions with a facility operational environment. Project and vendor management, budgeting, customer service, strategic planning, space planning skills. Ability to communicate concepts, policies and procedures clearly and effectively. Able to establish priorities, make decisions, and have good organization skills. Ability to use office and specialized computer applications
  • Preferred Work Experience:N/A
  • Preferred Skills:Experience in campus operations or University environment
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Assistant Director Resume Examples & Samples

  • Prepare acknowledgement of receipt of major gifts and commitments, including support materials, over the signature of the President of the Institute and the Vice President for Development
  • Draft, manage, review, and process endowment agreements among the GT Foundation, the Alexander-Tharpe Fund, the Institute, and its donors, ensuring that agreements are in keeping with all policies and protocols for endowment agreements
  • Research, draft, and review gift listings for Development publications
  • Respond to ad hoc requests to facilitate communications with donors by preparing letters for the President, the Vice President for Development, and other Development staff
  • Work Experience:3 � 4 years of experience in donor stewardship, donor relations, communications, and project management, or a related field
  • Certifications
  • Skills:Demonstrated understanding of the role and process of the development function in a university environment. Demonstrated excellent writing, editing, and verbal skills with previous experience meetings deadlines. Ability to interact effectively and diplomatically with donors, faculty, staff, students, alumni and others. Ability to build and effectively utilize relationships with faculty, staff, and vendors to enable project completion. Strong initiative and self-motivation. Must be proficient in Microsoft Word, Excel, and Access, including the ability to input or edit information into spreadsheets or data management systems, search and retrieve information, and generate standard reports
  • Preferred Education:Master's degree
  • Preferred Work Experience
  • Preferred Certifications
  • Preferred Skills:Experience with the Advance alumni/development system
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Assistant Director Resume Examples & Samples

  • 3-5 years’ experience in a Human Resources management role
  • 2-4 years’ experience in direct candidate sourcing role and/or recruitment coordination
  • Knowledge in searching/sourcing/research capabilities
  • Ability to work well in a matrixed/multi-faceted environment
  • Ability to analyze job descriptions to determine required qualification for open positions
  • Ability to identify and source candidates based upon position requirements
  • Strong communication skills
  • Ability to multitask
  • Excellent interpersonal skills
  • Demonstrated project management skills
  • Retained search firm experience serving multiple clients or in-house recruitment/sourcing experience
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Assistant Director Resume Examples & Samples

  • Organize game day itineraries sidelines operations
  • Prepare practice and team travel schedules
  • Make arrangements for football team travel
  • Provide office related support
  • Assist with organization of football camps and clinics
  • Facilitate team meals and snacks
  • Education:Bachelor's degree or equivalent combination of education and experience
  • Work Experience:At least two years of full time experience with a collegiate or professional organization
  • Certifications:Valid Driver's License
  • Skills:This job requires general knowledge of the organization and operation of an intercollegiate football program. Abilities in organization, communications, sports administration and event planning are required
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Assistant Director Resume Examples & Samples

  • This individual will work closely with the UK & Republic of Ireland Facilities and Real Estate team to promote and execute the vision and mission of Procurement as well as drive local and global category strategies
  • Implement the strategic sourcing process including stakeholder engagement, opportunity assessment, market and requirements analysis, establishing sourcing strategy, supplier selection & negotiation and contract/supplier management
  • Build and manage local business relationships with senior stakeholders within UK & Republic of Ireland with the key focus of providing exceptional customer service
  • Ensure the value of supplier management is understood within this category area – such as championing the benefits of best-in-class strategic sourcing principles and practices and the importance of appropriate supplier relationships
  • Be responsible for the identification of risks associated with FM and RE procurement activity and ability to mitigate these through appropriate planning, governance, controls and assessments all underpinned by solid contractual agreements with comprehensive schedules of work
  • Work in conjunction with specialist departments for Compliance, Health & Safety, Legal, and Risk etc. to ensure the Firms legal and regulatory requirements under UK & Republic of Ireland Laws are met and take guidance both internally and externally on matters which require specialist technical knowledge
  • Work effectively with other category and geographic Procurement teams to develop/promote the use of common processes, and tools
  • Collaborate with central category management team on Real Estate & Facilities Management cross border opportunities and lead for projects with UK & Republic of Ireland impact
  • Assist with the implementation of the Source to Pay (“S2P”) strategy within UK Republic of Ireland
  • Education - Graduate Level degree qualified
  • Professional Membership of relevant professional qualification an advantage
  • Good working knowledge of supplier relationship management practices
  • Experience of a variety of negotiations in a procurement/sourcing context
  • Experience essential in being able to engage with senior stakeholders within a similar organisation and ability to maintain a robust stance when required
  • Excellent contract management skills for MSA’s and local agreements in terms of ability to amend and update with relevant service information and understanding of contractual clauses
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  • Education: Bachelor's degree, preferably in Communications, Technical Communications, Journalism, English , Public Relations, Marketing or related field or equivalent combination of education and experience
  • Work Experience: Two to four years job related experience
  • Skills: This job requires skills in writing and communication, creativity and ability to incorporate a variety of resources and tools to develop marketing materials. Requires ability to understand complex and/or highly technical ideas and programs and communicate them in lay terms. Also required are organizational and communications skills as well as use of office and specialized computer applications
  • Preferred Education: N/A
  • Preferred Work Experience: Expertise in InDesign, Photoshop, StatCrew and related software programs
  • Preferred Skills: Strong writing, communication and interpersonal skills; knowledge and understanding of Institute, ACC and NCAA rules; adaptability' building trust; collaboration; cultural competence; decision-making and problem solving; drive; innovation; interpersonal awareness; quality orientation; self-development; stress tolerance
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Assistant Director Resume Examples & Samples

  • Coordinate unit budget preparation, monitor and prepare related reports
  • Supervise unit human resources administrative functions and coordinate efforts with OHR
  • Ensure that unit facilities are maintained
  • Manage preparation of financial related reports and schedules. May include grant administration
  • Coordinate unit space planning and usage
  • Develop unit administrative policies and procedures (or major portions thereof) consistent with Institute policy
  • Coordinate provision of administrative services to unit management and staff
  • Organize the activities of and supervise assigned support staff
  • Perform related duties as assigned
  • Education:Bachelor's degree in business, communications, or related field or equivalent combination of education and experience
  • Work Experience:Four to six years job related experience
  • Skills:This job requires working knowledge of a broad range of office management functions and processes including those related to accounting records, human resources, facilities management, records management and related areas. Use of office related computer applications and systems is required
  • Preferred Work Experience:Experience with Georgia Tech financial and/or human resources systems
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  • Minimum of two (2) years of responsible analytical and technical program support experience
  • Understanding of U.S. FDA food license process and regulations
  • Familiar with DHS Rule 3 licensing
  • Experience in facilitating training for adults
  • Strong interpersonal, communication, and organizational skills
  • Ability to work independently and multi-task
  • Ability to make decisions, set priorities and work as a team
  • Knowledge and proficiency in Microsoft Office, Word, Excel, and Outlook
  • Ability to work with a diverse population
  • Provides daily direction in the delivery of CACFP programs and training for designated program staff
  • Coordinates and promotes the setup of program sites and trains staff on managing the program
  • Manages the program at multiple locations which includes conducting program observation/evaluations and compliance audits
  • Schedules, collects, and reports required program data for local, state and federal program reports/evaluations
  • Maintains required program records and files
  • Maintains an up-to-date knowledge of CACFP regulations, makes program changes as necessary and communicates any changes to the Director of Child Care
  • Works with program staff and materials to ensure compliance with DHS and Accreditation program regulations
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Assistant Director Resume Examples & Samples

  • Work Experience:Eight to ten years job related experience
  • Skills:This job requires working knowledge of a broad range of office management functions and processes including those related to accounting records, human resources, facilities management, records management and related areas. Use of office related computer applications and systems is required. Previous people management experience is also required
  • Preferred Work Experience:Management experience in an academic setting
  • Preferred Certifications: N/A
  • Preferred Skills:Knowledge of Visa processes
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Assistant Director Resume Examples & Samples

  • Streamline operations in order to ensure the smooth functioning of the process
  • Introduce new performance improvement ideas
  • Track day-to-day services, planning
  • Manage vendors and carry out cost effective analysis
  • Resolve Issues related to procurement and vendors
  • Conduct vendor reviews and monitor
  • Interact with Internal customers and manage perceptions
  • Conduct internal reviews, monthly dashboards
  • Responsible for cost saving and cost controls
  • Manage budgets and budget to actual
  • Performance management of employees
  • Counsel and mentor team members
  • Manage performance through coaching and regular feedback
  • Work under pressure, managing absenteeism, attrition and people issues
  • Handle internal escalation as well as escalation for other team in GSS being the front end
  • Handle team issues such as leave management
  • Graduate in any discipline
  • 10-12 years in procurement/travel/hospitality department and involved with day to day process
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Assistant Director Resume Examples & Samples

  • Responsible for the overall operation of all department membership services, administrative, marketing, business and fiscal operations
  • Provide budgetary oversight for all department operations including student payroll, operational expenses and programmatic revenue generation
  • Involved in the process of long range planning for operations, programs and facilities to support student activities
  • Responsible for department budget development and reporting
  • Develop and evaluate membership and operational procedures for the department and implement changes when necessary
  • Manage membership activities, sales, and operations of the department including: revenue generation, program registration, payment processing, membership recruitment, membership registration and services, membership marketing and communications, facility access, locker room services, towel services, financial reporting, and general customer service
  • Maintain all aspects of the Recreational Sports online store, including regular consultations with the online store website developer on strategic planning, graphic design, store layout, maintenance, and e-commerce services
  • Create, edit, and control information regarding products and service. Maintain and organize membership and locker database, including data entry, ensuring accuracy and trouble shooting
  • Responsible for the professional development of both full time and student employees. Ensure student workers are trained in: customer service, accurate and timely information regarding memberships, programs and policies, PCI compliance, and cash handling procedures
  • Oversee all correspondence with members concerning renewals, refunds, eligibility for specific membership categories and general customer service inquiries
  • Oversee and direct all pro-shop operations and Outdoor Adventure Rentals (OAR). Supervise daily pro-shop product sales, rentals, towel service, and inventory. Monitor and manage OAR services including rental fees, deposits, equipment cleaning and maintenance, inventory, and product replacement
  • Responsible for reconciling, balancing, tracking, and depositing all online and daily point of sale (POS) income. Work regularly with Kuali, E-market, Cognos, Business Intelligence payroll reports, and Trojan Time operating systems and attend necessary trainings. Manage student worker payroll and generate biweekly pay-period updates
  • Manage all department invoices. Track and balance payments
  • Ensure all business portals are PCI Compliant
  • Oversee marketing, social media, and communication efforts for the department including the website, Rec Sports e-mail, and listserv
  • Communicate and collaborate with Rec Sports colleagues to ensure efficient overall operation of the Lyon Center and HSC Fitness Centers
  • Keep current and actively involved in appropriate professional organizations in the recreational sports field
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Assistant Director Resume Examples & Samples

  • Preferred Education:Master's Degree
  • Preferred Work Experience:8-10 years progressively responsible professional/administrative experience in a high level administrative role with direct managerial responsibility for staff management and business operations is required.Management experience in an academic setting
  • Preferred Skills:Experience providing successful administrative leadership for a unit/department/college in a large comprehensive university is strongly preferred. Ability to communicate effectively in a wide range of contexts and to maintain strong and positive working relationships within the School of Chemistry and Biochemistry and across the College of Sciences and the Institute. Demonstrated knowledge of visa policies and processes; broad technical knowledge and ability to utilize various systems and software
  • Ensure that administrative operations and HR practices such as faculty and staff recruiting processes are consistent and streamlined
  • Oversee compliance for monitoring relevant Georgia Tech, State and Federal administrative policies and practices
  • Responsible for direct training, supervision and evaluation of assigned staff
  • Ensure communication and cooperation with the appropriate units at both the School and University levels
  • Additional areas of responsibility may be assigned by the School Chair and/or Associate Chair
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  • Execute effective on-campus marketing initiatives to increase student attendance
  • Serve as liaison with student groups, student spirit groups, Greek Life, and organizations to increase student involvement and participation in Athletic events
  • Fulfill in-game corporate sponsor initiatives. Develop student promotions, giveaways, in-game contests to increase game-day experience
  • Strengthen our social media platforms to engage fans/students to support our marketing and branding efforts
  • Organize and schedule school appearances and community events with QU student/athletes and mascot
  • Coordinate game day promotional activities, book anthem singers and color guards; coordinate community and on-campus events to support our ticket, marketing, and promotional initiatives. Strategize plan to distribute schedules, ticket info, and marketing collateral in the local community
  • Assist with game day scripting, activities, and in-game promotions
  • Work in compliance with all NCAA, MAAC Conference, and ECAC Conference rules and regulations. During the period of this appointment this position will report directly to the Assistant Athletics Director – Marketing and Fan Engagement
  • Bachelor’s degree required; Master’s degree preferred
  • A minimum of 2 years of progressive professional experience in sports marketing and event management; preferably at a NCAA Division I institution or professional sports organization
  • Effective communication and organizational skills are necessary, including experience in event marketing, sales, advertising, and promotions
  • Possess significant skills in the use of Microsoft office suite and social media platforms
  • Must have an established understanding of NCAA rules and regulation
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Assistant Director Resume Examples & Samples

  • Individual will handle student initiatives and campus outreach (including the Red Zone student section, BeWell program and collaboration with Stanford Recreation and other groups)
  • Individual will be responsible for community outreach and lead generation for ticket sales through community outreach efforts, including brainstorming, executing and tracking
  • Write copy for marketing materials including, (but not limited to): email newsletters, print, and online marketing efforts
  • Responsible for writing and sending e-newsletters to fans
  • Manage all marketing vendor relationships (including but not limited to, PIP, OfficeMax, Precise Mailing, Cube, and other promotional giveaway vendors) and order and track collateral
  • Under the direction of the Assistant Athletics Director, collaborate in developing and executing marketing and promotions plan for all sports, specifically owning development of marketing/sales plans for women’s basketball, men’s and women’s soccer, and championship events
  • Support Season Ticket Member Retention Specialist with renewals (including, but not limited to, oversight of pURL and other supporting collateral)
  • Support marketing efforts for Stanford Athletics’ mobile app
  • Support oversight of interns and maintenance of active project list
  • Utilize analytics reports to continue to refine marketing efforts and specific tactics
  • Collaborate with other groups to advance the goals of the marketing team and Stanford Athletics more broadly. Individual must understand college sports landscape and be familiar with the sports Stanford offers
  • Be a positive steward and ambassador of the Stanford Athletics brand and everything it represents
  • Strong verbal and written communication skills required
  • Ability to learn new systems for marketing automation is required
  • Self-motivated individual is preferred; constantly improving processes and reporting will require outgoing personality combined with strong determination to work through difficult challenges
  • Anticipates and/or responds effectively to changing trends and circumstances; embraces change and welcomes fresh perspectives; learns from past mistakes and adjusts accordingly
  • Has a strong ability to multi-task and get things done. Must be able to answer to multiple constituents and prioritize projects
  • Team player who is willing to “get hands dirty” and help out where needed. Must be a good collaborator and able to work well with others
  • Analytical thinker whose decision-making is driven by facts and data
  • Bachelor’s degree preferred
  • 2-4 years of relevant work experience preferred
  • Proficiency with PowerPoint and Excel is preferred
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Assistant Director Resume Examples & Samples

  • Manage event presentation, game experience and sponsorship activation for Men’s Basketball and baseball including, but not limited to, writing scripts and timelines, directing game, creating and managing content, designing elements as needed and managing game day staff
  • Serve as on field coordinator for Football and assist with women’s basketball game presentation preparation, fan experience and sponsor activation as needed
  • Manage auxiliary fan experiences for football, basketball and other sports as needed. This includes but is not limited to Open House, Spring Game, student events and community experiences
  • Responsible for overseeing all Community Relations, fan outreach, campus outreach, and other events as needed. Implement new fan experience opportunities to positively differentiate live games from watching the event on television
  • Work with campus partners to create engaging fan experiences at all DAPER events
  • Bachelor’s degree in Sports Management, Communication, Business or other related field
  • Two-three years of experience managing events and familiarity with event production in a sports environment required
  • Ability to work independently with a self-motivated attitude
  • Creative thinking mindset
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills, creativity and ability to multi-task in a fast-paced environment
  • Experience with Adobe Suite
  • Strong customer service and interpersonal skills with a track record of cross-departmental collaboration and working well in groups
  • Demonstrates commitment to personal responsibility and value for safety; communicates safety concerns; uses and promotes safe behaviors based on training and lessons learned
  • Subject to and expected to comply with all applicable University policies and procedures, including but not limited to the personnel policies and other policies found in the University’s Administrative Guide, http://adminguide.stanford.edu/
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Assistant Director Resume Examples & Samples

  • Develop business development initiatives, creating demand, converting sales, engagement delivery and knowledge management, previous proven experience of achieving sales targets greater than £0.5m
  • Managing multi-disciplinary teams, client and 3rd party professionals on client engagements and providing leadership and shape delivery approaches
  • Functioning as a subject matter expert in advising clients to gain greater insight into their data and the value that data analytics can bring to an organisation
  • Take a significant role in the growth of the team and wider practice, sharing knowledge and supporting the career and technical development of other team members
  • Work to support clients on the benefits of data analysis, complex calculations and visualisations demonstrating how it can be applied to their issues
  • Actively involved throughout the life-cycle of an assignment
  • Working directly with clients as well as other EY specialist teams
  • Manages clients’ expectations in relation to deliverables and identifying risk on the assignment
  • Manages WIP on assignments
  • Sets and agrees budgets and produces project plans and progress reports, keeping seniors on the assignment informed of status
  • Helps the group achieve target fees by assisting in proposal development and other selling initiatives
  • Experience of running Analytics as a Service or cloud based environments
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Assistant Director Resume Examples & Samples

  • Manage teams delivering all Performance testing activities for all IT services projects and programs where the team is engaged
  • Take accountability for ensuring delivery and management of performance test solutions
  • Where appropriate review and approve Performance Test plans and solution proposals ensuring alignment with standards
  • Ensure that all Performance testing activities are successfully completed and all problems are resolved, i.e. manage performance testing, performance results analysis, resolutions/recommendations for removing performance bottlenecks and capacity planning,
  • Identify and recommend changes to enhance the effectiveness of software quality assurance strategies
  • Develop and maintain strong working relationships with other IT Services, IT Solutions functions and customers to expedite delivery of IT solutions
  • Support Global Head of Quality Assurance &Test in upward stakeholder management and day-to-day management of the Quality Assurance & Test organization
  • Work closely with off-shore third party vendors to deliver projects to time, cost and quality requirements
  • Participate in program/project review meetings. Support QA & Testing management in determining status, assessing problem areas, suggesting and reviewing corrective actions, directing/planning necessary extra work, and rework and re-plan activities
  • Develop, maintain and provide training for both Performance testing and Capacity management procedures
  • Take responsibility for the recruitment and onboarding of new team members
  • Take responsibility for the development of Performance testing policies, standards and procedures
  • Where appropriate manage Team workload, performance management of team members and delivery targets
  • As required adapt departmental plans and priorities to address resource and operational challenges
  • Provide technical guidance and expertise to team members, colleagues and/or customers
  • Implement and manage strategic initiatives to support global QA Testing activities including standards, strategies and roadmaps
  • Provide insightful recommendations to the Quality Assurance & Testing management team for process improvement
  • Participate in all management activities as part of the Quality Assurance & Testing Management Team
  • Bachelor degree in related discipline, or equivalent work experience
  • One or more professional certificates to supplement formal education
  • Performance Engineering & Analysis skills
  • Systems development life cycle skills for waterfall and agile methodologies
  • Minimum 10 years of experience in Performance Testing
  • Minimum 15 years of experience in an IT related discipline
  • Experienced in the HP Toolset including Application Lifecycle Management and Performance Centre
  • Excellent experience in client-facing roles with blue chip organizations
  • Strong experience of leading small teams in project delivery
  • Strong experience of working within multi-location team
  • Performance testing and capacity planning experience with the ability to understand complex Resource graphs
  • Strong Analytical capabilities, strong verbal and written communication skills
  • Ability to build good relationships both within the Quality Assurance & Test team and with other teams
  • Ability to work across multiple projects
  • Ability to bring multi-disciplined teams together into one delivery team
  • Ability to determine strategic direction not just tactical
  • Excellent knowledge of Software Development Lifecycle including Functional & Non-Functional Test Phases
  • Good knowledge of current Test and Performance Tools in the market place, specifically performance testing tools
  • Good knowledge of performance testing tools and its appropriate use
  • Knowledge of Diagnostic tools (HP Site Scope, Diagnostics)
  • Excellent management, interpersonal, written and verbal communication, and organizational skills
  • Excellent attention to detail
  • Self-directed and highly adaptive to changing priorities
  • Motivated by delivery
  • The ability to work and team effectively with clients and other management personnel across geographies
  • Flexibility to adjust to multiple demands, shifting priorities, ambiguity and rapid change
  • Ability to work and team with a multitude of different people within and outside of IT to balance demands
  • Ability to deal efficiently with escalations and difficult situations/people under pressure
  • Ability to understand and integrate cultural differences and lead virtual cross-cultural, cross-border teams
  • Assist in the training and development of staff members to develop their skills and maintain industry leading knowledge in their areas of responsibility
  • Where appropriate, directly and indirectly supervise staff members in the development, implementation, and delivery of applications to client’s requirement
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  • Licensed and currently registered to practice as a professional nurse in New York State
  • Master's Degree in nursing administration, education, clinical specialty or equivalent field and 5 years of satisfactory nursing experience, of which three 3)years shall have been in a supervisory or teaching capacity, or a Bachelor's Degree in nursing and 6 years of satisfactory nursing experience, 4 years of which shall have been in a supervisory or teaching capacity
  • Strong clinical skills and knowledge
  • Prior supervisory experience
  • Past Maternal and Child Health experience
  • 2 years of Home Care experience
  • Compassionate and empathetic
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Assistant Director Resume Examples & Samples

  • Responsible for the athletic development of assigned sport teams
  • Identifies proper training levels and creates individual year round training programs for assigned sport teams
  • Administers training sessions using coaching expertise to help reduce the risk of injury, ensure proper technique and manages time of sessions accordingly
  • Develops and oversees student internship program for Athletic Performance. This involves working in conjunction with sports sciences department to assist with teaching labs and any other projects
  • Identifies and responds to appropriate training and conditioning needs of student athletes
  • Oversees weight room operations, which include daily maintenance, repairs and organization
  • Represents and acts on behalf of the Director of Athletic Performance in his/her absence or when assigned or requested
  • Assists Director of Athletic Performance with special projects such as camps, special fundraising events, community outreach, etc
  • Performs other duties as assigned or requested
  • Advanced knowledge of exercise science/physiology, athletics strength and conditioning practices and coaching techniques;,
  • Proficient in and comfortable with public speaking,
  • Ability to assess athletic skills in student-athletes and develop action plans for desired results,
  • Ability to motivate students to achieve expected results,
  • Good time management and organizational skills,
  • Good written and verbal communication skills,
  • Understanding and knowledge of best practices to ensure student-athlete welfare,
  • Basic computer skills including basic proficiency with MS Office,
  • Solid knowledge of NCAA and conference rules and regulations
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Assistant Director Resume Examples & Samples

  • Professional services / consulting: from a management consultancy, corporate finance firm or as an 'internal consultant' in a corporate environment
  • Experience of leading large, complex, global delivery programmes
  • Ability to act as an inspiring leader in a particular sector / industry
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  • Consulting skills: can demonstrate the skills and experience required to operate in a client-facing role within a professional services firm
  • Financial analysis: able to apply sound financial analysis and a rigorous approach to quantify the impact of operational issues
  • Sound knowledge/level of Wealth and Asset Management/Private Equity expertise
  • Analysis: Able to apply sound financial analysis to understand how operational issues affect the investment case for a transaction
  • Client Understanding: able to understand and navigate senior level politics in order to ensure the successful delivery of client assignments. Displays sufficient authority and impact to maintain influencing behaviour in difficult situations
  • Financial Services expertise: has a good level of experience in one or more of banking, capital markets, insurance, wealth and asset management, with a focus on operations, technology, strategy and change
  • Change management: understands key principles of project and programme management and has some experience of leading change
  • Strong knowledge/level of project experience including understanding the phases of the change process, the systems development lifecycle and delivery projects including separations / carve-outs, data migrations and integrations
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  • Bachelor’s degree
  • One year of experience working in college athletics or professional sports marketing/ communications
  • Strong verbal and written communications skills
  • Experience and working knowledge of design programs and layout (i.e. Adobe Creative Suite)
  • Knowledge of and compliance with NCAA, Pac-12 Conference, and institutional rules that relate to this position
  • Personal computer proficiency in the following applications: Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint
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  • Offer strategic advice and counsel to the firm’s Executive Committee and senior leaders on communications strategies, key messages, internal engagement best practices and more
  • Contribute to the actual creation of content in a hands-on capacity. This is a busy role that combines managing a team of one or more direct reports, while also working alongside them to write, edit, create and design plans and communications that help address EY’s business priorities
  • Plan and deliver engaging, relevant and timely content for our people, including material for large group meetings, digital channels and to support execution of firm-wide programs
  • Lead delivery of specific programs and initiatives through the creation and deployment of communications toolkits
  • Act as a brand champion, ensuring that all communications pieces and programs support the firm’s brand and business strategy
  • Team on communications around major change-management projects
  • Collaborate closely with colleagues across the BMC function in Canada and globally to align and integrate messages that reflect EY’s critical priorities, and communicate these messages though our most relevant channels
  • Coach and develop team members in a high-performing environment
  • Undergraduate degree or higher in communications, journalism or related field
  • Five or more years of professional communications experience; internal or corporate communications experience highly preferred
  • First-class communication skills - excellent written and oral communications (including presentations) as well as listening and interpretation skills
  • Strong executive presence; able to build collaborative relationships with senior-level stakeholders, with a focus on value-added service
  • Track record of creativity and innovation – especially as it relates to how we communicate/message our practice (frequency, method, etc.)
  • Strong project management and delivery skills. Ability to balance several assignments at once, while prioritizing and meeting deadlines
  • Proven experience executing communications within major change/transformation programs, preferably within a large organization
  • Keen interest in communications overall, with an understanding of best practices and latest approaches
  • A team-player with a strong desire to learn and collaborate as part of an integrated team
  • High proficiency with the Microsoft Office suite and working knowledge of Microsoft SharePoint. Intermediate knowledge of layout and graphic design principles an asset
  • Experience managing and developing direct reports and junior staff
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  • Work with director in the development and implementation of plans and strategies for cultivating, soliciting, and stewarding prospects and donors
  • Assist in the design and implementation of the development plan for assigned college, school, program, region, or constituency
  • Coordinate and collaborate on plans with other development officers
  • Submit contact reports and prospective solicitations into tracking system
  • Assist in preparing written development materials, including case statements, proposals, and campaign literature
  • Work Experience:Two to four years job related experience
  • Skills:This job requires knowledge of fundraising approaches and excellent interpersonal skills; skills in relationship building, written and verbal communications, prioritizing, negotiating, influencing, strategic planning, management, administration and organization, motivation, and ability to work independently and as a team member; basic knowledge of office related computer applications
  • Preferred Work Experience: N/A
  • Preferred Skills: N/A
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Assistant Director Resume Examples & Samples

  • Cultivate and maintain internal client relationships in an effective and strategic fashion. Serve as primary point of contact for internal clients and manage expectations
  • Understand client needs and prepare proposals to pitch ideas and define the scope of services. Brainstorm with marketing team. Develop and execute marketing plans to meet client enrollment objectives. Track and measure results
  • Develop market understanding for client base and stay current in industry and marketing trends
  • Work with internal operations to define event delivery and management services
  • Perform additional related administrative duties as assigned and appropriate to the position
  • Education:Bachelor's degree in Marketing, Communications and/or Business related field
  • Skills:This job requires an understanding of marketing channels including email, print, Web (natural and paid search) and advertising. Skill in program and project management from conception to completion; ability to analyze and interpret data; possess detail oriented and ability to effectively set priorities, handle multiple projects simultaneously, proactively problem-solve and meet deadlines. Use of office related computer applications is required
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  • PMO of the EMEIA G360 Committee which includes the RMPs of the regions with the largest number of G360’s and EMEIA Leadership. The PMO is expected to prepare agenda and pre-reads, facilitate the Leadership discussion, follow up the key decisions and actions with the Regions and Service Lines
  • PMO of the EMEIA Markets Committee which includes Regional Accounts Leaders (RAL) and Sector Leaders. The PMO is expected to prepare agenda and pre-reads, facilitate the Leadership discussion, follow up the key decisions and actions with the Regions
  • Co-design solutions, tools and enablers for the Market Segment Leader (MSL) and Global Client Service Partner (GCSP) communities in cooperation with Global Sectors, EMEIA Service Lines and Regional Markets Leadership
  • PMO of the MSL and GCSP events, preparing agenda, identifying and briefing speakers, and co-developing contents with EMEIA and regional stakeholders
  • Developing sector connectivity, working with Global Sectors and Sector MSLs during the Integrated Planning and tailoring sector contents for the EMEIA joint platforms such as Life Sciences, Oil & Gas, etc
  • Working with the BD team and regional Markets teams to enable and support the relevant accounts through a rationalized and tailored approach
  • Driving the regional performance management through preparation and follow up of the Regional Visits, Pipeline Management monthly touch points, Year-end review, etc
  • Working with the Communication team to drive the Markets agenda cascade, also using communication channels such as the RAL Bulletin, MSL newsletter, Share Point, etc
  • Very strong project and change management skills, with high levels of commercial insight and acumen
  • Excellent relationship building and interpersonal skills, including cultural sensitivity, with experience in a cross border role
  • Strong business writing skills essential, with the ability to create content independently with limited initial input
  • A proven track record of influencing skills across the sector, service line and Regional structures is essential
  • Preferred background within EY or other Big 4 professional services environment, with proven analytical skills
  • Experience of working in/with account teams would be useful, and facilitation skills are desirable
  • Ability to prioritize and re-prioritize work-loads quickly, managing expectations and delivering exceptional client service
  • Strong time management skills including prioritizing, organizing and tracking details and meeting a series of aggressive deadlines of multiple projects with varying completion dates
  • Ability to communicate effectively with a wide variety of stakeholders (including senior leaders)
  • Ability to work independently as well as performing effectively and helping build a team environment
  • Demonstrate ability to contribute at both an operational and strategic level
  • Strong spoken and written English
  • Strong MS Office Skills
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  • 10+ years of experience in a supervisory capacity in either a hospital, skilled nursing facility, or other related healthcare facility
  • Currently licensed as a Registered Nurse in New York State
  • Bachelor's Degree in Nursing
  • Knowledge of MDS assessments and Care Planning
  • Comfortable working independently
  • Proven leadership skills
  • Exceptional communication skills
  • Experience in rehabilitative and restorative nursing practices
  • Master's Degree
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Assistant Director Resume Examples & Samples

  • Secure new inquiries (Personally Developed Referrals) by directly asking phone and in-person contacts about referrals of others to contact about the university offerings
  • Schedule and conduct interviews, pursue qualified candidates for enrollment, and determine appropriateness of candidates for admission based upon career goal compatibility
  • Achieve enrollment and start rate goals, and conduct all activities in accordance with the highest ethical standards: Adheres to all state, and federal accreditation and institute rules and regulations regarding student recruitment
  • Accurately and completely portray university educational programs, expected outcomes, student services, and financial consideration to students, parents and educators. Accurately forecast projected new students on a periodic basis for Campus Admissions Head
  • Consistently conduct follow-up as required with all applicants to ensure successful matriculation. Assists other personnel and departments with data collection and problem solving
  • Participate in appropriate recruitment and enrollment activities including open houses, regional presentations, training sessions, orientation programs, career days, etc
  • Knowledge
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Assistant Director Resume Examples & Samples

  • Bachelor’s degree or equivalent combination of education and experience
  • Excellent writing skills
  • Experience in leadership education
  • Ability to handle several projects at once while adhering to tight deadlines
  • Ability to work well independently and in a team environment
  • Be able and willing to work extended hours, and is expected to reside on campus for the duration for each conference
  • Possess a significant strategic and analytical capacity
  • Exhibits a genuine, professional and positive impression of the university
  • Exceptional interpersonal and communication skills
  • Possess a collaborative work style
  • Possess a valid driver’s license; and
  • Technologically savvy
  • Experience working with students at either the secondary or post-secondary level
  • Customer service skills; and
  • Personal qualities of integrity, intellectual curiosity, a transformational outlook, and a good sense of humor are all highly valued
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Assistant Director Resume Examples & Samples

  • Identifies and implements a variety of communication channels to disseminate the research of HBS faculty. Works closely with other HBS departments to facilitate their programming related to faculty research features. Partners with External Relations to proactively highlight faculty research activities and provide information as needed in support of alumni engagement and fundraising objectives
  • Manages the Faculty & Research (F&R) website, ensuring content is current and representative of the research of the School, and that the site meets the needs of various stakeholders. Manages the programming and planning of featured topics on F&R, working with designated faculty editorial advisers. Represents the needs of the faculty; supports individual faculty in leveraging F&R to present themselves and their work as effectively as possible
  • Oversees research conferences and events (currently 15-20/year with more than 1000 participants) and seminars and workshops sponsored by the Directors of Research. Manages the research administration staff assigned to implement these activities and ensures appropriate coordination and communication with relevant HBS and external departments. Represents research events as a member of the School-wide Events Council and implements best practices from the Council
  • Provides program development and administrative support to the Senior Associate Dean for Strategy and Innovation and the Senior Associate Dean for Research to facilitate and implement new programming ideas that are in concert with the vision, mission and goals of the Faculty Commons. Coordinates space and resources. Manages calendars and agendas, logistics for speakers and guests, and participant registration. Ensures appropriate level of support for programs, seminars, and events. Oversees program communication efforts
  • Coordinates the display of faculty publications and ongoing research projects through various communication devices. Partners with other HBS administrative teams and with faculty leadership to provide curatorial support for the thematic content displayed in the Faculty Commons, including the planning and execution of a monthly rotating schedule
  • Conducts program assessments. Produces reports related to the activities of the Faculty Commons and provides analysis to inform strategic thinking and planning
  • Works closely with managers across the organization to manage the DRFD intranet presence. Develops effective ways to present support resources and services to the faculty. Ensures that websites are well designed and accurately maintained. Participates in projects to assess and improve various communication efforts
  • Excellent judgment and sound decision-making skills
  • Ability to work independently to initiate, foster, interact, and maintain high-level relationships with faculty, leaders in the public and private sector, staff members and other individuals/groups that could contribute to the growth of the program
  • The ability to take innovative and creative ideas and transform them into practice
  • Entrepreneurial spirit, flexibility, and high-capacity to multi-task and to meet competing deadlines
  • A strong customer service orientation, and excellent interpersonal skills
  • Demonstrated ability to work effectively in a complex organization and across multiple units and levels
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Assistant Director Resume Examples & Samples

  • Bachelor’s degree with at least 2-5 years of higher education administration and admissions/enrollment management experience required. Master’s degree preferred
  • Proven leadership ability and skills, extensive experience in STEM higher education preferred
  • Excellent and dynamic presentation skills
  • Experience working with international and domestics graduate students
  • Experience planning events for enrollment management/admissions activities
  • Excellent skills in problem solving, resolving complex admissions issues
  • Willingness to perform a wide range of tasks, and adapting administrative applications to systems of automated information management
  • Demonstrated experience in higher education, with experience in higher education student recruitment, admissions and/or marketing a plus
  • Understanding of international markets for US-based STEM graduate education
  • Experience in using technology (e.g. PeopleSoft, enrollment management technology, Microsoft Excel and PowerPoint, web management, database management, etc.) to support recruitment and data management and professional presentations
  • Excellent writing skills and interpersonal communication
  • Ability and interest in marketing academic programs
  • Demonstrate proven leadership ability, creativity, flexibility and a keen willingness to work in a dynamic, fast-paced, team-oriented office
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  • Perform duties of a Designated School Official (DSO) and Alternate Responsible Officer (ARO)
  • Liaise with government agencies, including the Student and Exchange Visitor program (SEVP), U.S. Department of Homeland Security, and U.S. Department of State
  • Interpret F-1 and J-1 visa regulations to ensure compliance, and provide counseling and advising support to international students and scholars on immigration related matters, and other support issues
  • Assist students to obtain F-1/J-1 immigration benefits such as CPT/OPT /STEM extensions and Academic Training as outlined in the regulations, and process I-20s and DS-2019s as required
  • Serve as a resource on immigration regulations, policies and practices to faculty and staff
  • Hold regular open office hours
  • Assist with check in and SEVIS registration
  • Contribute to the development, implementation, and presentation of specialized workshops and programs, and in designing and updating handouts, forms, presentations, and the ISSS website
  • Assist in the maintenance of various database systems associated with assigned duties and responsibilities, including ISSM (fsaAtlas) and the Student Exchange Visitor Information System (SEVIS)
  • Performs other job related duties as assigned
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Assistant Director Resume Examples & Samples

  • Master’s degree or equivalent training/experience in the biological sciences or medical training
  • Demonstrated ability to interface with collaborators at all levels of the organization
  • Strong written and oral communication skills to address a wide variety of audiences
  • Awareness and understanding of multiple facets of diversity
  • Demonstrated oral, written, and analytical skills, exhibiting fluency in area of specialization
  • Ability to oversee and provide basic direction to staff
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Assistant Director Resume Examples & Samples

  • Demonstrated experience with general education courses and requirements of WSU academic programs
  • Knowledge of academic transfer programs
  • Experience working with a diverse student population
  • Experience with Running Start programs
  • Experience in making public presentations to diverse groups of individuals
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Assistant Director Resume Examples & Samples

  • Report directly to Director of the MLS and Undergraduate Law programs
  • Recruit and support MLS students, including planning and coordinating orientation
  • Serve as academic advisor for MLS students, devise plans of study, and perform graduation checks
  • Counsel MLS students on internships, independent studies, and professional development
  • Liaise with Director of Online Learning, faculty, and College of Law leadership to implement plan for delivering and assessing online curriculum and selected specializations
  • Ensure adequate support for MLS students and faculty in online and in person programs
  • Work with Assistant Dean for External Communications and Marketing to create and revise marketing materials and website content
  • Develop and maintain community amongst faculty and students
  • Other duties and responsibilities as deemed necessary
  • Legal background through professional experience and/or legal education
  • Experience in online curriculum development, assessment, faculty and student support
  • J.D. or Master of Legal Studies degree
  • Ability to start immediately
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Assistant Director Resume Examples & Samples

  • Teach four courses/year in the MDP program
  • Mentor MDP students
  • Work closely with the program Director to recruit students to the program, keep track of applications and admissions, coordinate the teaching schedule, assist with student advising
  • Serve as the administrative liaison for the summer practicums
  • Maintain the program website and listserv
  • Assist with preparing an annual report and newsletter
  • PhD in a social science discipline with experience in international development is required
  • Prior teaching experience at a university level
  • Prior administrative experience preferred
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Assistant Director Resume Examples & Samples

  • Provides direct supervision of Student Behavioral Education Administrative Assistant
  • Provides indirect supervision of Community Directors in their roles as hearing officers
  • Provides guidance and oversight to Assistant Directors who run the Residential Districts as they manage student behavior issues and staff performance that relates to our conduct processes
  • Coordinates and supervises the conduct process for UA Residence Life
  • Serves as a departmental hearing officer for conduct appeals and damage appeals
  • Maintains a current knowledge of university judicial system. Articulates and implements Residence Life’s developmental themes in the residence hall judicial process
  • Serves as liaison with the Dean of Students Office in relation to the UA Code of Conduct and other student behavioral and care issues
  • Serves as a liaison with Campus health, Facilities Management, and SALT center in relation to student behavior and follow up
  • Develops programming resources focusing on student behavior, conduct issues, and the conduct process for residence hall staff and students
  • Develops and manages the student behavior workshops
  • Manages the monetary and overdue sanctioning process
  • Manages duty scheduling for all on call staff
  • Facilitates the implementation of co-curricular conduct programs in the residence halls
  • Reviews and recommends student conduct standards and policies with input from residence hall students and residence life management team
  • Stays current on legal issues, trends and research in the field of housing and judicial affairs
  • Continues the process of designing, developing, implementing and evaluating the conduct processes including, but not limited to, Fire reporting, Duty logs, and Guest Tracker
  • Demonstrates the ability to apply research skills, including interpreting research and statistical analysis
  • Responsible for the maintenance of the conduct database and all conduct data
  • Completes the annual Clery Report for Residence Life
  • Provides functional direction for all residence hall staff in the area of student behavior and conduct
  • Provides functional direction for all hearing bodies in the Residence Life
  • Oversees and maintains web pages focusing on student behavior and conduct
  • Oversees the development of print and video media related to student behavior
  • Serve on campus-wide “on-call” duty rotation
  • Works on seasonal projects
  • Ensures the accurate completion and maintenance of administrative functions such as: purchasing, payroll, leave management, hiring, training and performance planning for the area of assignment
  • Produces regular statistical reports and analysis related to student conduct statistics, trends, problems, and opportunities
  • Provides student behavior and conduct training for residential life staff, Resident Assistants, Desk Managers, Community Directors, and Administrative Assistants on an annual and ongoing basis
  • Serves on departmental committees and represent Residence Life to university committees as assigned
  • Chairs the Student Behavioral Education Committee
  • Assists the Senior Director & Residential Education Management Team in completing assigned projects as necessary
  • Attends the Association for Student Conduct Administration (ASCA) conference or a conduct related equivalent at least every other year
  • Master’s degree in Higher Education Administration, Student Personnel Administration, Counseling, or a related field
  • Three years of full-time, professional experience in housing and residential life
  • Knowledge of student affairs field and specialized functions
  • Knowledge and understanding of student development theory and its applications in the residence halls
  • Knowledge of personnel management, including the selection, training, supervision and evaluation of professional and paraprofessional staff
  • Ability to formulate and interpret policy
  • Ability to participate in long and short range capital and strategic planning processes
  • Knowledge and understanding of leadership styles and their applications in an organization
  • Ability to advise and motivate student groups
  • Knowledge of campus resources
  • Knowledge of university judicial systems
  • Basic knowledge of budget supervision
  • Basic understanding of occupancy management
  • Knowledge of facilities management, including the day-to-day custodial and maintenance operations in residence halls
  • Ability to set goals and strive for continuous improvement
  • Skills necessary to respond to internal and external constituent needs in a timely, accurate and professional manner
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  • Master's degree required. An equivalent combination of education and experience will be considered
  • One year of experience in challenge (rope course) education/facilitation and climbing wall programming or supervision required
  • Prior experience in supervising or training student/temporary staff
  • Ability to independently manage all aspects of low and high team challenge programs as well as climbing and bouldering wall management
  • Ability to establish vision and strategies that will contribute to the development of quality and innovative programming
  • Ability to develop students' leadership, communication, conflict resolution, organizational, and teamwork skills
  • Knowledge of risk management policies and procedures in above areas necessary
  • Must show ability to establish long and short term goals consistent with the mission of the university and the division
  • Demonstrated ability to build, develop, and cultivate relationships across campus with a variety of constituents
  • Demonstrated ability to supervise, manage, and develop student staff
  • Successful candidate will be self-motivated, energetic, service minded and adept at solving problems
  • Proficient at computer software (enterprise computing administration, word processing, spreadsheet, electronic communication, etc.)
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  • Management of the Office of Minority Educational Development (OMED) Challenge summer bridge program for incoming students
  • Management of the Board of Regents African-American Male Initiative (AAMI)
  • Coordination of the Vice President for Institute Diversity (VPID) FOCUS initiative for the recruitment of graduate students
  • Monitor student academic performance in order to continually enhance and implement ways to improve performance. Advise students on academic and career development opportunities, activities, and plans
  • Serve as counsel to VPID and Student Diversity & Inclusion on issues related to outreach initiatives or efforts at the Institute
  • Provide leadership in the strategic promotion of the Institute to external audiences in the larger underrepresented community
  • Assist in the corporate and foundation development efforts that target all programs under purview
  • Collaborate with all other entities of the Institute involved in outreach activities impacting traditionally underrepresented students
  • Assist in the collection of data and other feedback for the various program evaluation and assessment efforts
  • Education:Bachelor's degree in Communications, Education, Counseling, Business or related field or equivalent combination of education and experience
  • Work Experience:Three to five years job related experience
  • Skills:This job requires skills in academic, career, social and financial coaching and advising. Skills in networking, mentoring, communications and presentations are also required
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Assistant Director Resume Examples & Samples

  • Preferred Education:Graduate degree in Marketing, Communications and/or Business related field
  • Preferred Work Experience:Salesforce CRM, Content SEO, experiencing collaborating with various partners across an organization, and managing stakeholder relationships
  • Effectively use CRM and marketing automation tools
  • Identify and monitor campaign KPIs, create and update dashboards and client reports on a monthly basis
  • Conduct research and create buyer personas for individual programs
  • Conduct keyword research and be able to develop a keyword strategy for a program
  • Build and execute digital campaigns (PPC advertising via AdWords, LinkedIn, Facebook), create keyword strategy, evaluate and plan online advertising opportunities, and create email workflows. 
  • Develop and execute A/B testing as necessary to improve performance
  • Write effective marketing copy in line with SEO best practices. 
  • Understand social media marketing and develop manageable ways to leverage it effectively on behalf of clients
  • Create, manage and execute client-marketing budget and assist in developing GTPE marketing budget. 
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  • Ability to speak any language in addition to English preferred
  • A minimum of 5 years working with diverse communities and youth. Large scale project management. Broad knowledge of assigned program areas
  • Knowledge of, and previous experience with, diverse populations (language, culture, race, physical ability, sexual orientation, etc.)
  • Ability to respond to safety and emergency situations
  • Follows YMCA policies and procedures, including those related to medical and disciplinary situations, child abuse prevention and emergency procedures
  • Provides direct supervision to a group of children
  • May maintain required records according to YMCA standards, including attendance records, registration information, accident reports and discipline records
  • May assist with developing and monitoring department budgets
  • Encourages member involvement, identifies potential volunteers and assists with the Annual Campaign
  • Attends staff meetings and trainings as required
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Assistant Director Resume Examples & Samples

  • 3+ years of management experience
  • Solid experience managing a union represented environment
  • Strong customer service orientation with a high sense of urgency
  • Ability to work in a fast-paced and service-oriented setting
  • Ability to motivate and build a team of committed individuals focused on providing positive guest experiences
  • Excellent presentation and interpersonal skills with the ability to effectively interact with all levels within the organization
  • Effective oral and written communication skills
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite
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  • 35% Develop and monitor statistical reports to enhance evaluation, admission, yield management, forecasting, enrollment strategies, and operational efficiency. Assist in the development, maintenance and execution of the department’s communication and recruitment plan to prospective admitted students and enrolled students. Supervise and manage the support staff of the department
  • 15% Evaluate and execute admission decisions on applicant files including special exceptions and specific populations. Interview and counsel prospective students and families including the delivery of options and pathways to enrollment at LSU when students do not meet requirements
  • 10% Oversight of FEE reconciliation process in conjunction with responsible entities who contribute to the process
  • 5% Travel on behalf of the College for recruitment and other college related events. Speak publicly to individuals, groups on and off campus
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Assistant Director Resume Examples & Samples

  • Qualify prospects, generate leads through territory sales/marketing campaigns and manage multiple sales cycles concurrently
  • Lead and support the pre-sales efforts for analytical products related to firm-specific credit risk measures and their application to risk and trading analyses
  • Assist our clients in the use of our credit models for purposes of risk monitoring, credit origination and rich/cheap bond trading analysis. Convey industry practices and assist clients with the implementation of these tools within their existing credit processes
  • Manage client evaluations of these products and provide insight with respect to analyzing their portfolio. Lead product demonstrations, describe benefits of our models, answer product and model questions
  • Position value proposition to senior managers, end users and support staff. Present the value in a way that resonates with different constituents within a client organization
  • Liaise with internal stakeholders (e.g., marketing, product and research teams) to provide market feedback and input to development priorities
  • Knowledge of financial theory, Black-Scholes options models, regression models and drivers of fundamental credit analysis
  • Strong understanding of financial statement analysis, accounting concepts, statistics
  • Bachelor degree with an emphasis in Finance, Economics, Operations Research, mathematics or equivalent; and/or MBA or CFA Designation
  • Knowledge of financial services and/or capital markets, as well as bank/insurance practices and regulation
  • Proven ability to develop and qualify leads, manage a prospect through a sales cycle, and attain sales goals
  • Adhere to sales discipline with respect to forecasting, funnel management, structured trial evaluations and account prioritization; Miller Heiman Training a plus
  • Strong communication skills, both oral and written, with the ability to convey complex theoretical concepts to prospects/clients, in a straightforward manner
  • Composure and maturity in making presentations
  • Excellent interpersonal skills; experience in client service related positions highly desired
  • Creative problem solving and excellent diagnostic skills
  • Ability to work independently with focus and attention to detail, as well as in a collaborative team-oriented sales culture
  • Ability to manage multiple tasks with short deadlines
  • Demonstrated creativity, flexibility, enthusiasm, and willingness to learn
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Assistant Director Resume Examples & Samples

  • Collaborate with stakeholders across Sales, Solutions Marketing and Events teams to develop and execute a regional demand generation strategy and plan
  • Analysis of Marketing Impact Reports and historical sales data to recommend demand generation strategy
  • Learnings from market research and competitive analysis that informed the strategy
  • Target market and segments a value proposition/buying behavior
  • Communications strategy and compelling messaging for each target market/segment
  • Integrated marketing plan across multiple channels including initiatives, programs calendar and budget required to meet the objectives Marketing (leads) and Sales pipeline results expected
  • Prepare post-campaign, monthly and quarterly Marketing Impact Reports for senior management
  • Prioritize regional/local Sales requests for marketing support and, where appropriate, incorporate into regional marketing execution strategy and plan
  • Communicate regularly with regional sales management team to understand sales objectives and to update on marketing initiatives
  • Design and execute primary and secondary research on market trends and competitive environment in local market
  • Analyze and keep abreast of key regulatory developments affecting MA's customers and MA offerings to identify potential opportunities and threats
  • Provide quick market assessments of various corporate development opportunities to senior management Suggest marketing collateral needed to execute the plan (e.g. brochures, presentations, email campaigns and web content), ensuring a cohesive message
  • B2B demand generation marketing experience, ideally in enterprise software, financial services or information services
  • 5-8 years of significant experience of significant experience with planning and executing marketing campaigns and promotions across channels in a business-to-business market required
  • In-depth knowledge of various integrated marketing tools and techniques (including media placement, marketing channels and marketing automation systems) required
  • Exceptional written and verbal communication skills, with strong attention to detail
  • Proven ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously, delivering each on time and on budget
  • Superb people skills with a proven track record of success interacting with colleagues in cross-functional teams
  • Track record of taking initiative and driving projects through to completion in a complex organization
  • Independent and creative thinker who can bring new ideas and perspectives to existing products
  • Results-oriented and customer-oriented mindset
  • Bachelor’s degree with strong academic record required; Master’s degree preferred
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Assistant Director Resume Examples & Samples

  • Has experience in web UI, restful web service, mobile automatic testing
  • Good Java programming skill and database SQL knowledge
  • Develop automated test scripts with recommended coding standards and best practice
  • Execute automated script, analyze AT results and track issue in defect repository
  • Work with test automation framework currently in place and improve it
  • Able to research and develop automatic tools to support new testing requirements
  • Work closely with QAs & SEs with excellent troubleshooting ability
  • Bachelor or master’s Degree in Computer Science or related fields from a top tier institution
  • Good English communication skill, including writing and speaking
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  • A good first degree in a numerical discipline, for example: mathematics, physics, actuarial science or finance
  • In addition, the candidate should have either
  • O o A post-graduate (MSc or PhD) qualification in a numerical discipline, or
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  • Define and maintain a platform feature strategy and roadmap to meet the vision. Build consensus, understanding and excitement around the vision and strategy
  • Strategy and maintenance of taxonomies, including the reviewing of content for possible gaps in coverage, identifying new terms, vocabularies, synonyms, and term relationships
  • Define, write, manage, and prioritize platform stories in support of product features using the Agile Methodology
  • Facilitating the development of business cases to support investment
  • Actively managing Stakeholders of all levels by leading discussions of project scope and approach, and presenting business/technical analysis findings/documentation and proposed solutions
  • Work collaboratively with program/product managers, researchers, developers, build/deployment and quality engineers spread across different locations
  • Assess the scope and impact of system, dependencies and process changes
  • Participate in architecture and design reviews for projects that require complex technical solutions
  • Brainstorm and research feasibility and viability of design implementation options for new solutions, and build proof-of-concepts
  • Developing and maintaining strong relationships, and keeping clients informed and engaged throughout the entire project lifecycle
  • Work with product teams to design and develop new products and features that leverage platform features
  • Partnering with technical architects to assure that technical models are aligned with business models
  • Work closely with the business and technology to gather testing requirements and acceptance criteria
  • Mentor junior team members on technical, project and leadership skills
  • Learn and articulate impact of new and emerging technologies
  • Understand customer web behavior and apply insights to platform strategy
  • 5 – 7 years of applicable experience in in product strategy/management, technical business analysis at a financial institution, technology or a publishing firm
  • Minimum 3 years’ experience in the design, development, and implementation of large customer facing multi-channel applications (web, mobile, excel, etc)
  • 1 to 2 years of experience in taxonomy, controlled vocabulary, and metadata development
  • An in-depth understanding of web technologies (all tiers) that deliver value to customers
  • Familiarity with Agile development practices and tools
  • Familiarity with industry web tools, standards, and practices
  • Experience with customer facing search strategy
  • Experience with taxonomy and semantic content strategies
  • SSO, data visualization, and content management technology experience a plus
  • Familiarity with Excel Add-in product strategy
  • Excellent communication (verbal and written) skills
  • Strong analytical skills
  • Bachelor's degree required, MS in technology management (or similar) preferred
  • Experience with large, complex projects with a global footprint
  • Work under minimum direction and use independent judgment in decision-making
  • A positive and confident work personality
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