Emerging Technology in Business & Design: Associate Director
of Emerging Technology Programs whose primary focus will be on the
management of graduate and undergraduate Emerging Technology
programs that extend beyond the Oxford campus, including the
Digital Innovation Centers. The position will have a range of
responsibilities related to advancing the technology-based,
entrepreneurial ecosystem-focused co-curricular programming
activities with employers and the faculty, staff and students
within the Armstrong Institute for Emerging Technology and
Department of Emerging Technology in Business and Design
The Associate Director of Emerging Technology Programs will lead
strategic planning and implementation for Digital Innovation
Centers and travel components of graduate/undergraduate programs in
alignment with departmental, divisional, and university priorities;
identify and advance industry relationships to support and enhance
experiential learning programs in order to support co-curricular
programs and centers and increase the number of internship
opportunities for graduate/undergraduate students, including
domestic and international internships; recruit, select, prepare,
advise and support students participating in the off-site,
internship-based academic programs; direct operational oversight of
emerging technology program off campus activities, including
supervision of support staff, coordination with local instructors,
budget management, and oversight of other programming needs;
coordinate program curriculum with the College of Creative Arts and
the Department of ETBD; serve on committees within the Department
of ETBD, as requested; travel is required.
Requirements: Bachelor’s degree in business or a closely related
field and 5 years of work experience in higher education,
experiential learning programming, career development, or similar;
experience managing budgets; willingness to travel. Position is not
eligible for H-1B sponsorship.
Consideration may be given to candidates with a master’s degree
in Higher Education, Business Administration, or closely related
field; excellent written and oral presentation skills; experience
with, internship coordination, academic advising at the college
level, entrepreneurial and tech ecosystems, and/or employer
Submit cover letter and resume to https://jobs.miamioh.edu/cw/en-us/job/499670/associate-director.
Inquiries may be directed to Michael Bailey-Van Kuren at email@example.com. Screening of
applications will begin January 5, 2022 and continue until the
position is filled.
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