SENIOR PROGRAM COORDINATOR, School of Law (5082/I2717)

Location
Boston, Massachusetts
Posted
Sep 28, 2017
Ref
301157
Institution Type
Four-Year Institution

Responsible for supporting the day-to-day operations of the highly ranked Graduate Taxation Program, located within the Graduate and International Programs Office. As a member of the Graduate and International Programs team, work closely with and provide support for the Graduate Taxation Program's Assistant Director and Director. Act as the initial point of contact and provide ongoing support for residential and online students and applicants to degree and certificate options within the Graduate Tax Program. Respond to all phone and email inquiries and coordinate with internal departments and external University partners. Assist in hiring, scheduling, and supervising student employees. Manage maintenance of student registration data in multiple databases. Work closely with faculty and teaching assistants regarding book orders, syllabi, and course and exam schedules. Coordinate text book orders, post course information to the web and facilitate course registration process. Support print and web- based marketing initiatives. Complete special projects as directed, including generating reports and planning events.

Required Skills

B.A./B.S., strong customer service, organizational and interpersonal skills, ability to manage multiple databases to ensure accurate information, ability to handle several projects at once, familiarity with Microsoft Office and Blackboard Learn is a strong plus and one to three years of related administrative experience, preferably in a university or customer service setting. Familiarity with and/or interest in distance education also a plus.

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