Coordinator, Office of Transformational Learning

Robert H. Smith School of Business
College Park, Maryland
Mar 11, 2019
Apr 15, 2019
Full Time


Office of Transformational Learning

Position Number: 124669

Full-Time, Regular Exempt

One of 12 schools and colleges located on the University of Maryland, College Park campus, the Smith School is a recognized leader in management research and education for the global economy. A comprehensive business school, Smith offers undergraduate, fulltime and part-time MBA, Executive MBA, PhD, and non-degree executive education programs as well as outreach services to the corporate community. The school is consistently ranked among the top business schools by leading business publications such as U.S. News & World Report, Financial Times, Business Week, and The Wall Street Journal.

The Office of Transformational Learning at the Robert H. Smith School of Business seeks to hire a Coordinator, to provide administrative support to the office staff and Director. The primary responsibility of the Coordinator will be to ensure that the office operations consistently function in an efficient and effective manner. This will involve providing administrative support for departmental leaders and project management support for departmental initiatives, as well as representing the Office of Transformational Learning to internal and external stakeholders. The Coordinator will also support the planning and organization of logistics for departmental projects and events hosted by the Office of Transformational Learning.

Minimum Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree required. Two to five years of high-level administrative experience. Significant customer/student relationship management experience.

It is vital for this individual to be a strong team player who can develop and maintain constructive and collaborative working relationships with others. Displays high levels of initiative. Is a highly motivated self-starter who takes direction well but can also work independently. Strong oral, written, and interpersonal communication skills. Possesses excellent time management skills.

Manages one’s own time and the time of others. Demonstrates strong office management and planning and organizing skills. Shows strong attention to detail. Displays a strong work ethic, and is conscientious and dependable. Ability to consistently deliver high quality work within quick turnaround times. Excellent multi-tasking skills; can effectively handle multiple issues at the same time. Is able to manage a high volume of work and perform tasks from brief instructions.

Preferences: Project management experience. Experience working in higher education. Knowledge of University policies and procedures. Knowledge of various office technologies, including MS Office and Google.

Physical Demands: Occasional lifting of items up to 25 lbs. Sitting at a desk for extended periods of time.

Compensation: Competitive and commensurate with experience. The University also offers a comprehensive benefits package, including 22 Days Annual Leave; 15 Days Sick Leave; 3 Days Personal Leave; 15 Paid Holidays; Tuition Remission; Health, Dental, Vision and Prescription coverage.

When applying, please upload a PDF version of your cover letter, resume and list of references. For best consideration, please submit applications no later than March 15, 2019 at; however, the position will remain open until filled.

Candidates must be able to provide proof of eligibility to work in the USA. No H1-B Visa sponsorship offered for this position.

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