The Undergraduate Business Program Office coordinates, organizes, implements, and supports all admissions, global, career, academic, and student services related functions and activities related to the Undergraduate Business Program at UNC Kenan-Flagler. The program has an annual enrollment of approximately 1000 students and awards a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration (BSBA). In additional to multiple special projects and special events, the responsibilities of the Undergraduate Business Program office include: 1) admissions recruiting and selection, 2) academic planning, course scheduling, and advising, 3) organizing our on-boarding ENGAGE requirements, student government and club management, and graduation ceremonies, 4) employer relations and career development, and 5) global programs.
The Assistant Director is responsible for independently administering all academic policies and advising faculty, staff, and students on policy matters related to the academic operations of the undergraduate degree program. This position serves as the primary Undergraduate Business liaison to the other degree programs (PhD, MBA, Executive MBA, and MAC), Academic Area Chairs, and the Senior Associate Dean for Academic Affairs as the School’s master course schedule is compiled and teaching assignments are finalized.
The Assistant Director oversees the onboarding of Academic Advisors, which requires being fully knowledgeable about all aspects of the business school including its mission, policies and procedures, as well as University academic policies and procedures. This person’s responsibilities are conducted with independent management authority and require broad discretion in dealing with faculty, staff, students, parents, the general public, and various offices on campus (such as the College of Arts & Sciences, the General College, other professional schools, Summer School, Undergraduate Admissions, University Registrar, and the Division of Student Affairs.)
Education and Experience:
At least one year of student service experience in a university setting is required. Knowledge of University programs and student services. Ability to work flexible hours (occasional evenings and weekends). Strong self-management and time management skills. Strong leadership skills. Strong customer service focus. Innovative problem solver. Good oral and written communication skills, including courteous phone manner and attention to detail when creating documents. Ability to handle multiple complex tasks in an active and changing program, proactively set priorities and independently make decisions that have a wide reaching impact. Proficient in Microsoft Excel, Outlook, Internet Explorer, Word and database programs.
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