Teach 4 graduate courses per calendar year.
• Assist the associate dean in recruiting students for the programs under his supervision. This includes but is not limited to travel to off-campus campus sites, including businesses and military installations. Regularly meet with prospective students, both at the Beverly campus and during travel to off-campus sites, and provide students with program and admissions information. Attend business expos, career fairs, businesses, and schools for the purpose of student recruitment.
• Undertake communication with current and prospective students via social media outlets including blogs, Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, etc.
• Assist the associate dean in recruiting adjunct faculty for teaching in graduate programs. Organize interviews for the associate dean and provide basic orientation information for new adjunct faculty hires. Coordinate information on teaching assignments and new personnel paperwork with the vice president’s administrative assistant for payroll purposes.
• Oversee the course schedules of new and on-going students in cooperation with Graduate School registrar and other staff members to facilitate the smooth registration of students in appropriate courses. Oversee that all schedules are complete and appropriately distributed and publicized. Handle paperwork for independent studies as needed and appropriate.
• Assist the associate dean in program assessment and evaluation including organizing course evaluations for dean’s review, work with students on portfolio preparation for assessment review, visit classes and meet with students under the direction of the dean for quality control, and undertake other oversight program functions as requested.
• Write and gather materials as needed for accreditation visits.
• Prior experience in college administration or related experience is desirable.
• Master’s degree is required.
• Must be highly organized and willing to assist others in organizing much discrete information.
• Ability and willingness to travel to off-campus sites in the New England area is required.
• Good communication skills, highly organized, and willingness to learn is required.
• Must be able to work evening and weekends as assigned; must have a car and a valid Massachusetts driver’s license and travel as assigned