Job Requisition Number: 26357. The Haas School of Business develops path bending leaders - individuals who redefine how we do business. Berkeley-Haas, the second oldest business school in the United States, educates 2,200 students each year in six degree-granting programs, and hundreds more through executive education programs. A team of 300 staff members support these students, faculty and alumni through work in areas that include Admissions, Student Services, Career Management, Administration, Development and Alumni Relations.
Berkeley-Haas offers opportunities to champion new ideas, collaborate across boundaries, and learn continually. Our culture is captured by Four Defining Principles (Question the Status Quo, Confidence Without Attitude, Students Always and Beyond Yourself) that distinguish Berkeley-Haas as a place to learn—and a place to work.
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Administers research activities with primary responsibility for administrative and programmatic activities. •Manages the development of playbook content. •Manages research assistants in the execution of playbook content. •Researches, develops, and writes case studies and teaching notes, partnering with assigned case study writers. •Works closely with the Berkeley Haas Case Series to meet case publication guidelines and deadlines. •Collaborates with faculty on research projects and translates faculty research into practitioner understanding and use. •Oversees ongoing updates to EGAL research compendium. •Organizes content for research conferences and events.
Works with Center leadership to identify and pursue funding opportunities and revenue streams. •Determines current and new sources of foundation funding. •Works with Haas Director of Corporate Partnerships on organizational strategy. •Prepares, writes, and manages grant proposals for philanthropic funders, foundations, and/or government granting agencies. •Coordinates grant funding efforts with UC Berkeley Sponsored Projects Office.
Participates in the Center’s budgeting and accounting processes to support financial infrastructure of research initiatives. •Manages and distributes research budget.
Assesses research activities effectiveness, and recommends changes to content, policies and procedures accordingly. •Develops and oversees playbook and case study strategies. •Identifies opportunities for new fields of research.
Serves on committees representing the Center, participating in short term and long term planning of research activities. •Collects lessons learned from companies/organizations using playbook strategies. •Collaborates with advisory council and student advisory board.
Promotes the visibility of the Center’s research activities. •Determines best methods for distribution and accessibility of playbooks. •Manages the marketing and distribution of case studies after publication. •Works with faculty to distribute and promote their research. •Writes, develops, and disseminates thought leadership (e.g., blogs, podcasts) on playbooks, case studies, and research topic areas. •Participates/presents at leading conferences related to gender, equity, and leadership.
Professional Development. •Attend classes which will enhance expertise in job areas. •Serve on departmental and campus-wide committees as appropriate. •Participate in activities that enhance the campus community and/or larger community to further University service. •Maintain knowledge of EGAL business processes in order to provide back up to other support staff in the unit.•Deep subject matter expertise in gender, equity, and leadership. •Ability to read, analyze, and interpret scientific or technical journals and translate for practitioners. •Experience designing, leading, and executing research projects. •Experience developing and writing case studies. •Experience recruiting and managing research assistants. •Experience developing and managing budges. •Proven record of data collection, research writing, and thought leadership production. •Ability to collaborate with multiple stakeholders (faculty, staff, corporate leaders). •Experience identifying and securing funding sources. •Experience working with and/or advising companies on topics of gender, equity, and leadership preferred. •Strong oral and written communication skills. •Strong ability to think creatively and independently on concepts requiring advanced analytical skills. •Strong interpersonal skills and ability to work with diverse groups to achieve results. •Strong ability to work collaboratively with internal and external peers and managers. •Advanced degree (Masters or Doctorate) in related area and / or equivalent experience / training. This is a contract position with an approximate duration of 2 years.
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