KEY RESPONSIBILITIESCollaborate with the Associate Dean of Student Recruitment and Global Outreach in developing and implementing executive education, with attention to performance and effectiveness of programs and maintenance of partner relations-Facilitate relationships fostered by the Associate Dean (with business, government, and nonprofit leaders in the community) oIdentify educational needs of the various sectors and external organizations that would supply students-Work with faculty to provide operational support as they prepare and teach non-degree programs for international participants.Influence and secure support of Harris stakeholders in proposed partnerships and collaborative efforts-Execute marketing and outreach efforts to enhance existing partnerships and cultivate new relationships-Create communications and execute logistics in support of new or continuing international partnerships oDevelop proposals, respond to requests, and write grants to progress international partnershipsoFollow up with external and internal stakeholders on a continual basis, as appropriate, to ensure plans move forward, momentum builds, and programmatic timelines are met-Partner with individuals and units across the Harris School and the University to ensure optimal chances of a successful partnership through shared information and resourcesoEnsure alignment of approach, priorities and messaging amongst University stakeholders-Identify potential issues in partnerships and propose solutions to Student Recruitment and Global Outreach in a timely manner in order to ensure the Harris School retains a positive reputation as a partner institution-Identify 3 new funding sources for degree and non-degree students for Harris Manage and lead new program development and outreach activities for current and new programs-Develop outreach and development activities for new degree programs and executive education -Develop relationships with and advise prospective students via phone, email and in-person meetingso Continually improve processes associated with these activities to enhance prospective student satisfactionoPresent at information sessions and other events-Collaborate with the digital marketing partners; execute and curate social media outreach-Recruit qualified prospects into the applicant pool through Harris hosted events including, but not limited to, information sessions, lunch and learns and receptions across the countryoTrack outreach and interactions in Slate, our prospect management system Facilitate personal connections between students, alumni and prospective students -Create partnerships with organizations to increase scholarships and financial aid-Collaborate with other teams at Harris to communicate goals and objectives of degree and executive education programs to increase revenue target -Review applications and interview candidates as needed. Formulate recommendations on suitability of applicants. Guide and manage the day-to-day administrative processes of Executive Education programming-Oversee and manage budget -Establish and maintain relationships with all Harris School organizations and individuals involved in the marketing and prospect outreach -Collaborate with other Harris department colleagues to explore and execute programming synergies
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