In addition to successful experience as a manager and innovative leader, the new Executive Director must have a dedication to nurturing a rising generation of public leaders, a capacity to collaborate across a wide spectrum of senior leaders across the Harvard community and beyond, and an ability to serve as a visible, effective advocate for leadership development and social change on behalf of the center.
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The Executive Director works closely with the Vice President and Chief Diversity Officer and other senior administrators, academic officers, and all segments of the University to provide leadership on matters related to equal opportunity, affirmative action, and accessibility.
The Executive Director of Residence Education and Housing Services provides leadership and strategic vision for a self-sustaining enterprise that encompasses residential education programs, administrative services, facilities management, apartment life, and guest services, as well as the MSU Union building and student programming and services.
The assistant vice president/executive director of career services will provide innovative and strategic leadership, program development, and administration of a comprehensive career center focused on preparing students to discern and achieve their goals during their educational experiences and ensuring they are ready to lead and serve upon graduation.
The Executive Director of Career Development partners with academic deans and senior officers, faculty, staff, student leaders, and the alumni association to provide strategies, initiatives, and best practices to strengthen career services for students across OSU’s academic and co-curricular learning landscape.
The Executive Director will provide visionary and strategic leadership of Event and Classroom Management and help to establish the priorities and long-term strategies for this newly formed department.
The Executive Director directs and leads an admissions program which includes the recruitment of all undergraduate students as well as the processing of their admissions applications to ensure a highly qualified and diverse student body.
Mount Holyoke College seeks a new Executive Director of Professional and Graduate Education to expand and enhance its coeducational graduate and professional studies, summer and international programs, and consultancies with educational institutions and organizations dedicated to academic and professional excellence.
The executive director oversees a thriving community of over 5,000 students living in 31 residence halls, 2 apartment buildings, and 28 fraternity and sorority houses.
The Global Education Center serves as the coordinating point for all university global activities, including facilitating study abroad opportunities for students, providing international student and scholar support, developing strategic partnerships, and collaborating with international institutions.