Management: The Center for Supply Chain Excellence Coordinator
will have a range of responsibilities related to supporting the
strategic and tactical operations of the Center for Supply Chain
Excellence. Primary responsibilities will include management of all
communications, both internal and external, to include digital
marketing and promotion of the CSCE, our students, faculty, and
The Center for Supply Chain Excellence (CSCE) is a vital hub
within the FSB Ecosystem, working with the Supply Chain and
Operations Management program to foster student engagement,
corporate partnerships, and cutting-edge research. For our
corporate partners, the CSCE is a “one stop shop” for access to
fresh talent, faculty research, and knowledge-sharing industry
forums. The CSCE was started in 2020 to support a growing program
in supply chain and operations management, which is consistently
ranked in the Top 20 supply chain programs by Gartner. For more
information on the program, faculty, and initiatives, please visit:
The Center for Supply Chain Excellence Coordinator’s additional
duties and specific responsibilities include maintaining website
updates, social media, videos/pictures, etc.; creating and
distributing newsletters, marketing materials, and annual reports;
creating and distributing event promotions and communications
(internally and externally); maintaining databases for alumni and
contacts for CSCE initiatives; maintaining financial records of
giving accounts, invoices for CSCE partners, and tracking spending;
managing reimbursement of expenses for travel, student organization
events, hosting, etc.; assisting with programming and event
management for programs such as the Supply Chain Roundtable,
Leadership labs, student organization events, Supply Chain
Executive Speaker series, class speakers, among others; assist CSCE
Director with travel planning and hosting alumni, Corporate
Partners, donors, etc.; and other duties as assigned.
Required: Bachelor’s degree in business, education,
communications or closely related disciplines or 2 years of
professional experience in digital marketing and communications.
Position is not eligible for H-1B sponsorship.
Consideration may be given to candidates with a basic
understanding of supply chain and operations management;
understanding of executive level outreach and fundraising
activities; willingness to work some irregular hours including
evenings and weekends for special events; attention to detail and
ability to adapt and problem-solve independently; excellent written
and oral presentation skills.
Submit cover letter and resume to
Inquiries may be directed to Dr. Monique Murfield, Associate
Professor & Director of the Center for Supply Chain Excellence,
Screening of applications will begin December 16, 2021 and continue
until the position is filled.
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