Student Affairs

Program Coordinator for Professional Development Programs

Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Cambridge, MA United States

PROGRAM COORDINATOR FOR PROFESSIOAL DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMS, Office of Minority Education (OME), to work in conjunction with other OME staff on professional development programs for MIT undergraduates, with a primary focus on underrepresented minority students (African American, Native American/Pacific Islander, and Latino/Hispanic). Will assist with the coordination and implementation of several key programs, including, Mentor Advocate Partnership and E-Mentor Advocate Partnership (E-MAP), Master Your Future, Laureates and Leaders, Pathway to Graduate School, Momentum, and Distinguished Peers; orientation; IACME Student Prize; other grant- and/or government-funded programs; and OMESAC Student Group of the Year Award.  Will also serve as the primary OME staff liaison to individual student organizations and the collective OMESAC group; and provide general and academic advising and referrals to students participating in these programs and other student organizations that seek general advising and support. 

REQUIRED:  a B.S./B.A. degree in a math/science field, education, student affairs/advising, or a related area; at least one year of professional work experience in higher education or a related field; experience with general student advising and the coordination of professional development programs for undergraduate students, particularly underrepresented minority students; ability to multitask and pay attention to detail; ability to maneuver supply/resource cart weighted at 30lbs; and advanced-level computer skills using software programs such as Word, Excel, PowerPoint, FileMaker Pro, etc. Working knowledge of MIT and OME preferred.  Job #18861-5

Must be able to work a flexible schedule and occasional weekends. 

Salary range:  $50-58,000


Requirements

  • Start Date: No Start Date
  • Education: Bachelor's Degree Required
  • Work Experience: 1 - 3 years
  • Part/Full Time: Full-Time

Contact / Additional Information

Please apply on-line with your letter and resume at - https://hr.mit.edu/careers - referencing Search Job #18861-5

 

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