This position provides critical support to the Dean of the Stillman
School of Business. In addition to providing basic administrative
support (e.g., managing the dean's calendar and responding to
routine queries directed to the office), the position would manage
several important recurring Stillman School initiatives, including
but not limited to the School's responses to rankings surveys,
regular reporting deliverables to the Provost's Office, the
School's Annual Report and reports related to our AACSB
accreditation. The incumbent would assist in the Dean's Office's
efforts to develop written narratives for regular communications to
stakeholders and inclusion in social media and on the School's
Duties and Responsibilities:
1. Provides high-level, confidential administrative services,
including responding to general email communications and managing
the dean's schedule and meetings.
2. Prepares and/or compiles data for the Stillman School's annual
report. Prepares all reports/correspondence for the Association to
Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB). This includes
travel arrangements to all related conferences. Prepares surveys
for Poets & Quants, Peterson's, US News & World Report and
3. Collects data and prepares analyses in support of regular
deliverables for the Provost's Office – Performance Target reviews,
enrollment trend analyses, faculty and program performance
4. Independently drafts communications, presentations and reports
for the dean's use based on a general description of the goal of
the communication. Prepares news stories, LinkedIn and other social
media posts that highlight Stillman accomplishments.
5. Regularly executes programs, events, and/or conferences hosted
by the Stillman School, including arranging for facilities and
caterer, issuing information and invitations, printing
6. Manages student scholarship submissions and evaluations (three
times/year) and the processes for selection and induction of
students into Beta Gamma Sigma (twice a year) and the NJ Collegiate
Business Administration Association Honor Society (annually).
1. Bachelor's degree. Extensive experience, especially in a role
that involves significant written/oral communications and
independent problem-solving, may substitute for a bachelor's
2. Ability to apply critical thinking skills to assess work
products for potential errors, omissions and inconsistencies.
3. Strong project management skills and the ability to manage
multiple projects and initiatives concurrently and
4. Strong MS Office Skills, especially the ability to use Excel for
data reporting and analysis.
5. Excellent writing skills, with the ability to draft compelling
and well-organized narratives/documents based on a general
description of their goal or purpose.
6. Excellent communication skills, with the ability to clearly
explain, negotiate and offer constructive suggestions in a calm and
Prior experience in a college/university setting.
AD150 - Administrative
General Office Environment
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