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Director of Centers and College Outreach|
TITLE OF IMMEDIATE SUPERVISOR:
Dean, College of Business Administration|
The Director of Centers and College Outreach (DCCO) will function
in support of the three business centers associated with the College of
Business Administration. The DCCO will
develop and implement activities, training and research to grow membership and
support the members of the Center of Excellence in Food Marketing, Supply Chain
Center of Excellence, the Family Business Center and their related industries.
The DCCO will also engage in initiatives to promote the College of Business
Administration locally and in Ontario. He/She will be in charge of supervising
the day-to-day operations and have authority over the operation of the Food
Marketing Center of Excellence, will work in conjunction with the academic
director of the Supply Chain Center of Excellence, the academic director of the
Family Business Center, and with the chief operating officer of the Vaughan
Ontario Campus. Because the FMCOE has a Board and the Family Business and
Supply Chain Centers have academic directors, it’s understood that the DCCO
will need to devote more time to the Food Marketing Center of Excellence. The
remaining time will be divided across the other areas of responsibility, as
directed by the dean.
Develop and implement activities for the Centers of the College of
Business Administration. Work to enhance enrollments in programs associated with the Centers;
Grow membership and support of the Centers; Supervise day-to-day activities of
the Centers; Work to increase national visibility, prestige, and rankings of
the Centers and the programs associated with them; Work with the Academic Directors to develop and
work to achieve goals for the Centers; To provide networking, case competitions and other academic growth
opportunities to the students in the programs associated with the Centers. To work with NU’s PR/advertising and
communication/IT departments to initiate, develop and implement innovation
conferences, the annual FMCOE hall of fame, and executive seminars. To work
with the Board of the FMCOE to initiate, develop, and implement other events
that the Board deems important to its annual goal. Manage budgets and financial reporting for the Centers. Promote
and market College of Business Administration programs operating in new
locations. Work with Enrollment Management and other university departments to
enhance corporate and community relations of the College of Business. To work with industry to provide dedicated
scholarships and support for the students in the programs associated with the
Centers. To work with the Chair of the Board of the FMCOE to increase the
membership of the board as well as to manage board dues and support.
Perform other duties as assigned.
40% of time with Food Marketing Center of Excellence
20% of time with Center for Supply Chain Excellence
20% of time with Family Business Center
20% of time with corporate relations and new program operations
REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES:
Basic computer skills and knowledge of
applications and platforms including the primary functions in MS Office
(spreadsheets, word processing and presentations) Ability to learn and apply new software
systems such as enrollment management systems, academic systems and
organizational budget systems.
The functions of the position usually performed sitting, but may
require some amount of time standing and driving. Some amount of stooping,
kneeling, bending, crouching, lifting, walking, carrying and other movements
may be required. Tasks involving working on a computer keyboard, computer
software applications, and calculator, involve extensive wrist and hand
movements. All individuals are required
to be able to perform these movements without significant risk of injury to
themselves or others.
Position requires at least an Associate’s Degree; At least 10
years of industry experience, preferably in the area of marketing and/or public
relations/outreach; A valid New York State driver’s license is required that
satisfies both University and insurance company underwriting rules and
regulations for driving a motor vehicle.
A cell phone to fulfill job responsibilities
and for other business purposes. Compliance with the University’s Employee Cell
Phone for Business Use Policy is required.
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