Are you a mission-driven individual who wants to support lifelong learning for leaders around
the world? Chicago Booth Executive Education seeks a dynamic Assistant Director, Global Program Management to collaborate with clients,
faculty and staff to deliver non-degree certificate programs across several modalities (in person, online and blended). As Assistant
Director, you will be in the classroom and have direct access to renowned faculty, senior level executives/C-suite, and the latest thinking
in business. This role will be hybrid and located at the Chicago Booth Gleacher campus in downtown Chicago three days a week and two days
from home. This individual thrives in an agile and entrepreneurial work environment focused on supporting the mission of the Chicago Booth
School of Business by delivering impact through business education for the public and private sectors.
The ideal candidate has a
curiosity to learn, a passion for exceptional customer service and desire to represent a world-class brand. This individual is an excellent
communicator that can work confidently with senior executives, esteemed University of Chicago faculty and is a true team player. Strong
relationship building, emotional intelligence and project management skills are key to the role as Chicago Booth Executive Education
navigates the changing landscape of non-degree education across multiple cultures, industries and forms of delivery.
Working with the
Global Program Management team, the Assistant Director is responsible for the end-to-end planning and delivery of a portfolio of non-degree
programs designed to provide a rigorous learning experience for senior leaders globally. The program portfolio may include open enrollment,
custom, partnership and international programs in the US as well as, EMEA, North & South America, North Africa and Asia.
this position is hybrid (remote/in person) in Chicago, there will be some domestic and/or international travel to Chicago Booth campuses in
London, Hong Kong and other global client locations globally.
PRINCIPAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND
Interested candidates should
apply directly to the University of Chicago job board. Only applicants that apply directly to the job board will be considered for the
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University of Chicago, Booth School of Business!
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