Manager of Club Sports, Intramurals and Sport Camp Management, DAPER
MANAGER OF CLUB SPORTS, INTRAMURALS AND SPORTS CAMP MANAGEMENT, Athletics, Physical Education and Recreation (DAPER)-Recreation, to be responsible for the overall supervision, organization, and management of club sports, intramurals, and sport camp programs. Will develop, coordinate, implement, and manage effective communication strategies and sound management practices, policies, expectations, and initiatives that support teams and participants engaged in DAPER recreational programming in the areas of club sports, intramurals, and sports camp; work collaboratively with student leadership, internal DAPER groups, and campus-wide departments and organizations; and handle other department-wide administration duties as assigned. Will report directly to the assistant department head of DAPER.
REQUIREMENTS: a bachelor's degree (master's preferred) in recreational sports administration/management or related field; a minimum of three years of relevant experience in the promotion, design, development, and administration of club sports, intramurals, and summer sport camp programming; strong budget management skills and at least one year of experience in budgetary management; excellent administrative, organizational, written and interpersonal communication, and computer skills; attention to detail; ability to problem solve; and certification in CPR and first aid. Experience developing sport officials and NIRSA Professional Registry membership preferred. Relevant officiating experience or certification is desirable. MIT-00009619-O
This position requires working weekend and evening hours and occasional travel.
Employment is conditional upon successful completion of a background check.
Director, Strategic Initiatives, Public Service Center
DIRECTOR, STRATEGIC INITIATIVES, Public Service Center (PSC), to collaborate with the assistant dean/director in establishing and implementing PSC's strategic and operational vision. Responsibilities involve working with the programmatic areas to ensure each area's operational and strategic alignment with PSC's mission; working with strategic areas and constituents; overseeing communication strategies--in conjunction with the assistant dean/director--to ensure that the PSC's mission is achieved through sustainable funding and support; and supervising the communications administrator/coordinator and IDEAS Global Challenge administrator. Will report to the director, who may assign additional duties.
The PSC exists to motivate, facilitate, and celebrate the ethic and activities of public service at MIT. The PSC strives to enrich the education and life experiences of students and other MIT community members through leadership and service opportunities that match the innovative culture of MIT. Additional information about the PSC is available at http://web.mit.edu/mitpsc/.
REQUIREMENTS: a bachelor's degree (master's preferred) in communications, marketing, business, management, or related field; seven years of experience that includes some evidence of success with more than one of the following--strategic planning, organizational management, corporate relationships, proposal writing, donor stewardship, alumni relations, and special event planning; demonstrated ability to engage and motivate others and to work independently and collaboratively; strong problem solving skills; effective organizational skills; ability to manage multiple projects and priorities simultaneously; outstanding written communication and presentation skills; effective interpersonal and negotiation skills; a systematic and organized approach to work; and strong computer skills, including experience with Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and database and development software. MIT-00009606-P
This is a two-year position with the potential for renewal.
Occasional evening work and travel can be expected.
Manager for Communications and Special Projects, Residential Life
MANAGER FOR COMMUNICATIONS AND SPECIAL PROJECTS, Residential Life Programs (RLP), to assume responsibility for providing creative and innovative leadership in the development and implementation of a strategic communication plan for the Division of Residential Life & Dining, with particular emphasis on the implementation of the new Summer Housing and Dining Meal Plan programs. Will perform a number of high-level projects for Residential Life including helping to establish strategic priorities, direction, coordination, implementation, and management of initiatives as assigned by the senior associate dean. Will also oversee the content, design, production, and maintenance of marketing documents, departmental publications, website development, communications, and public relations for all of Residential Life & Dining; and assist with communication and marketing strategies in the area of life and learning in conjunction with RLP and the Office of Fraternities, Sororities, and Independent Living Groups (FSILGs).
REQUIREMENTS: a bachelor's degree (master's preferred); at least three years of progressive experience in marketing and communications; experience in higher education, hospitality, and/or other service industry; proven ability to work effectively in a diverse community environment; strong written and verbal communication skills; demonstrated success facilitating group discussions; and the ability to effectively present information and recommendations and work both collaboratively as part of a team. Strong print production and website development experience required; as are excellent computer skills, including experience with website development tools, i.e., desktop publication software such as Adobe Creative Suite and Microsoft Office applications. MIT-00009603-P
Assistant Coach of Men's and Women's Track and Field/Physical Education Instructor, DAPER
ASSISTANT COACH OF MEN'S AND WOMEN'S TRACK AND FIELD/PHYSICAL EDUCATION INSTRUCTOR, Athletics, Physical Education and Recreation (DAPER)-Intercollegiate Sports, to manage all facets of the men's and women's jumps. This will include administration, equipment and facility management, recruiting, conducting weekly practice sessions, counseling students, and assuring compliance with NCAA and conference rules and regulations. Will also teach in the required physical education program and handle additional duties as directed by the head coach.
REQUIREMENTS: a bachelor's degree (master's preferred); at least one year of coaching and teaching experience, preferably at the college/university level; and Jumps Event Certification with USTFCCCA. Proven experience recruiting to a highly selective institution desirable. Strong administrative, interpersonal/communication, and computer skills are essential. Appropriate certifications in first aid, CPR, AED, and biohazards are required within an appropriate time after hire and must be completed (per NCAA regulations) before the beginning of the competitive season. MIT-00009611
Employment is conditional upon successful completion of a background check.
The application deadline is May 24, 2013.
The cover letter or resume should include the names and contact information for three references.
Associate Director of Housing Assignments, Housing
ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR OF HOUSING ASSIGNMENTS, Housing-Residential Life and Dining Leadership Team, to provide leadership, strategy, and broad oversight for MIT's housing assignment program and off-campus housing for all undergraduate and graduate students. Will develop and lead all marketing, administrative, and operational strategies related to the maximization of revenue and implementation of policies, programs, and procedures related to MIT's housing assignment program; provide leadership and direction to a team-oriented, customer-focused operational staff; provide broad leadership and oversight for the effective implementation and management of MIT's housing and dining enterprise system; and collaborate with students, staff, and faculty housemasters in formulating and implementing effective policies and procedures. The Housing Assignment Program, an approximately 50 million dollar revenue stream, encompasses over 6,000 residence hall bed spaces and apartments serving undergraduate and graduate students, families, faculty, professional staff, special student educational programs, MIT visitors, and conference guests.
REQUIREMENTS: a master's degree, a minimum of six years' experience in housing/residence life operations or housing assignments, supervisory experience, and excellent interpersonal and communication skills. Seek extremely well organized and detail-orientated individual who takes initiative, demonstrates strong follow-through, and is able to work under pressure. Strong computer and database software skills are required. Knowledge of MIT would be helpful. MIT-00009422-P
The position requires attending some evening meetings and working additional hours during peek seasons.
Assistant Director for Off-Campus and Graduate Housing, Housing
ASSISTANT DIRECTOR FOR OFF-CAMPUS AND GRADUATE HOUSING, Housing-Residential Life and Dining Team, to provide support for students, staff, and faculty living off-campus and facilitate on-campus, graduate, and family housing assignments. Will provide expertise, guidance, and innovation in the general execution of all graduate housing allocation processes, waiting lists, and databases; supervise three graduate housing coordinators; and provide programmatic and logistical support for members of the MIT community seeking guidance in living off-campus. Included in this will be the management of an extensive off-campus housing database, collaboration with MIT departments in addressing the needs of their students, and continual assessment of off-campus housing trends affecting members of the MIT community. Will also play a dedicated role in the marketing and assessment of both the Graduate and Off Campus Housing programs.
REQUIREMENTS: a bachelor's degree (master's preferred) in higher education/student personnel administration or related field; a minimum of three years of experience in a housing/residence life setting; experience with on-campus housing assignments and experience related to off-campus housing support; demonstrated supervisory and leadership skills; and superior interpersonal and communication skills for interacting effectively with students, faculty, and staff. Seek extremely well organized and detail oriented individual who is able to take initiative, follow-through, and work under pressure. Strong computer and database skills are essential, including the ability to present information and analyze data effectively. Knowledge of MIT and the Cambridge/Boston rental market would be helpful. MIT-00009434-O
The position will require some evening meetings and working additional hours during peak seasons.
Please note that this position replaces mit-00009424.