University of Michigan — MSI Coordinator, Rackham Graduate School

The Horace H. Rackham Graduate School at the University of Michigan is seeking a highly motivated individual to provide the highest level of excellence and professionalism to assist with the strategic development of mutually beneficial partnerships between the University of Michigan and Minority Serving Institutions (MSIs) in an effort to attract, recruit and retain a highly qualified, diverse graduate student community, including students of color and women.

The selected candidate will coordinate a university-wide assessment of current MSI partnerships; assist in the development of a strategic plan for building on those partnerships and developing new agreements; develop program content; advance and administer programs, events and other related activities; research and write printed materials and web site content; create and monitor program evaluations; assist in budget preparation and manage expenditures; prepare reports; and maintain program documentation and files.

The MSI Coordinator will be responsible for developing strong partnerships with faculty, staff and graduate students in graduate programs and departments in the schools and colleges across the University of Michigan as well as at other Minority Serving Institutions to inform and support successful recruitment programs that are mutually beneficial.

The University of Michigan attracts outstanding students to graduate study, and prepares them to make lasting contributions to society through successful careers in professions and academic disciplines. The Rackham community of scholars, researchers, students, and staff is engaged in the creation of new knowledge, new discoveries, and in the formation of our future leaders. The School is an international leader in the development of best practices for graduate education. Further, Rackham is strongly committed to diversity and inclusion as a means of achieving and sustaining excellence.

This full time, exempt position offers a competitive salary commensurate with experience and outstanding benefits. The University of Michigan is committed to a diverse campus community through affirmative action, equal opportunity, work-life balance, and dual careers.

For additional information including requirements and to apply, please visit http://careers.umich.edu/ and search for Keyword: 138224. Applications will be considered until March 27 or until the position is filled.


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