Farmer School of Business: Director of Graduate
Programs to direct the following programs: Professional Master of
Business Administration (PMBA) – in-person and online; Master of
Science in Management (MSiM) – in-person and online; MS in Business
Analytics (MSBA); MA in Applied Economics and Strategy
The Director of Graduate Programs will be responsible for the
following duties that include:
- Work with the Associate Dean for Curriculum and Graduate
Programs, faculty who hold program director roles, and relevant FSB
standing and ad hoc committees to set program strategy and
- Stay current on trends affecting graduate management education,
and the changing skillsets required by employers of a
graduate-educated workforce. Collect competitive intelligence on
University and private-sector offerings in this space
- Collaborate with university communications and marketing and
enrollment management services to market programs, recruit, and
- Conduct graduate student advising
- Direct and supervise the Graduate Program operations, budget,
staff, and events
- Engage with career services and other stakeholders to explore
opportunities to collaborate with other professional graduate
programs, dual degree programs and graduate certificates.
- Other duties as assigned.
Require: Bachelor’s degree in business or closely related field
and eight years of professional experience and a network in
business. Position is not eligible for H-1B sponsorship.
Consideration may be given to candidates with a Master’s degree
in business or related field; Demonstrated success with graduate
program management or related experience in higher education,
and/or learning and development experience in a corporate setting;
Collaborative skills, vision and demonstrated ability to
execute on the delivery.
Submit resume and cover letter that addresses the required
Direct inquiries to Bryan Ashenbaum at email@example.com.
Review of applications begins on October 13, 2021 and continues
until position is filled.
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