The Program Associate,
Global Collaborations, will provide administrative, programmatic
support, logistics, and coordination for Carey Business School’s
activities in India. This position will assist with strategy
execution to increase JHU Carey’s presence in India and Southeast
Asia. The position will assist with market assessment, identifying
target groups for MBA and MS programs, planning and coordination of
Carey events and information sessions for prospective students;
assist with outreach to prospective employers, university
representatives, and companies interested in Carey educational
offerings. The position will also provide logistics,
administrative, and marketing support for expansion of Carey alumni
community in India/Asia. The position will conduct outreach
campaigns to build connections with universities in India.
Additionally, the position will provide support with study-abroad
events and new business development in key regions for
The position requires strong
knowledge of higher education, and graduate business programs and
services. excellent presentation and communication skills in
English (knowledge of local languages is a plus); experience in
working with universities and social media; attention to detail and
excellent project management/planning skills; entrepreneurial
spirit and thinking outside the box.
The Program Associate will be
located in Mumbai or New Delhi, India, with a required travel (up
to 70%). Off hours/weekends may be required to accommodate the
school’s needs. The position will report to the Assistant Dean,
Global Collaborations, and will work in close collaboration with
Carey Office of Education, Career Development Office, Marketing,
Admissions, and Alumni Relations.
Program coordination and
- Identifies opportunities to
increase awareness of Carey Business School in Asia with primary
focus on India. Develops leads for events, information sessions,
and other activities targeted to prospective
- Provides support with outreach to
Indian universities. Collects and analyses data on higher education
institutions in India and key markets in Southeast
- Provides administrative support
with planning and organizing Carey events in
- Develops supporting materials for
events and information sessions.
- Provides logistics support for
Carey staff travel within the region for outreach
- Assists with execution of Career
Development strategy for alumni from
- Collects and organizes data
related to Carey activities in India. Prepares updates and
- Develops leads for Carey business
contacts, employers, and development
- Collaborates with Carey Office of
Education, Career Development Office, Admissions, and Alumni
Relations on promotion and program
- Participates in school-wide
- Supports the school’s strategy
for expanding into new markets.
- Supports international students
with the admissions, application process, and program questions.
This position will support and provide recruitment and
pre-enrollment services to foreign students residing in foreign
countries only and who are not eligible to receive Federal student
assistance from the United States.
- Provide support to Carey faculty
- Other duties as
Knowledge, skills and
- Program and project planning
skills, self-starter, and ability to take
- Knowledge of Carey Business
School programs and services.
- Knowledge and experience in
working with social media including WhatsApp, Youtube, Facebook,
- Entrepreneurial spirit, ability
to think outside the box.
- Ability to manage multiple
- Excellent speaking, writing and
reading skills in English (knowledge of local languages is a plus).
Ability to create simple marketing/promotion materials (example:
announcement or event description). Demonstrated ability to
communicate effectively both orally and in writing, with different
groups of constituents (prospective and current students, faculty,
university leadership, employers in India, business
- Strong presentation
- Excellent meeting and event
planning and logistics skills. Highly organized and strong
attention to detail.
- As a representative of Carey,
presents professional and polished image.
The successful candidate(s) for this position will be subject to a
pre-employment background check.
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