The Summer Intensive (SI) is a concentrated course of study to help incoming Carey Business School international graduate students adjust to American life and culture. Daily practice in writing and speaking English in a variety of contexts helps international students prepare for the academic, professional, and social challenges they will face.
The candidate will be joining a high-functioning and collaborative team and will be expected to contribute to its values of respect, integrity, dependability, engagement, personal motivation, entrepreneurship, and, dedication to excellence and student success. High degree of self-motivation and engagement is the norm.
The Site Manager's primary responsibility is to assist the Summer Intensive Administrator and Carey staff in all aspects of the day-to-day operations of the program and Group Leaders on their respective campus. Due to the nature and time frame of the program, candidate must be a self-starter and immediate contributions to the program are expected and required. The site manager is responsible for creating an environment of teamwork and support as it is vital for the success of the program. Additionally, this position is customer service oriented while interacting with students, faculty, staff, and vendors.
Site Managers may be asked to assist with presenting specific assigned material to program staff and/or participants. In preparation for the summer program, creating and maintaining spreadsheets, creating and printing documents, preparing and leading sessions during Group Leader Training, and other duties as assigned are required. The Site Manager is expected to solve problems, manage situations when they arise, and serve as the point of contact for program inquiries at their respective site. Site Managers will assist with program wrap-up and assessment.
This position is a non-student facing, dual administrative and team building/managing role. It is very task-oriented.
Review of applicants will start mid-January 2020. Applicants being pursued for interviews will be contacted via email on a rolling basis and interviews will continue until the position is filled.
Note: This position is not benefits eligible. Housing and parking is not provided. Transportation costs to Baltimore for training are the candidates responsibility and not reimbursable. Parking for Baltimore and D.C. is available at a discounted rate during employment.
Training and Employment dates: June 17– August 28, 2020
Saturday, August 8th is required.
Some Training will take place in Baltimore. At minimum, employment dates will be in Baltimore:
June 17, 18, 19 (initial training)
June 29, 30, 1 (training)
July 13-17 (prep for training)
July 20-24 (GL training)
Please do NOT apply for both Washington, D.C. and Baltimore. Only apply to the campus in which you wish to work. If you prefer to work in Baltimore apply for Req. #20096
Specific Duties & Responsibilities:
Create and print lists, spreadsheets, name tags, table tents, labels, and other documents from the master file.
Work in conjunction with the Summer Intensive Administrator and Carey staff to contact local and online vendors, order program supplies and food, and/or verify details for delivery and payment.
Assist Summer Intensive administrators in setting up the office and planning SI events including but not limited to staff training and optional events.
Create an “originals” binder and electronic folder for the office that includes forms to be used in the office by the staff for supplies, campus visit/visitor forms, etc. Maintain this binder and folder in a designated area of the office.
Communicate pre-program information to Group Leaders.
With the SI administrator, create a coverage schedule and track Group Leader hours.
Other duties as assigned.
Enter student and staff data into a computer database and create and print lists, spreadsheets, and individual check-in sheets or labels from the database as needed.
Work together as a team, keeping overall program goals in sight while managing a range of details.
Help set the appropriate tone for the Group Leaders and students, as described by Carey administrators.
Anticipate and prevent potential problems.
Troubleshoot problems as necessary.
Communicate promptly, clearly, and sensitively with other administrators, staff, and students.
Represent the philosophy and policies of SI in a manner that fosters cooperation and respect among summer staff, students, and full-time Summer Intensive staff throughout the program.
Create a sense of community among Group Leaders.
Assist with lunch, activities, and opt-in trips as necessary.
Consult with SI administrators each day regarding your workload and schedule. In addition to performing assigned tasks, provide assistance by taking initiative on general office tasks.
Provide assistance in all aspects of the program as requested by Summer Intensive administrators. This typically includes: office duties, supply runs, and filling in when a Group Leader is absent due to illness or other extenuating circumstances.
Assist program staff with working with the day-to-day needs of the program. This may include scheduling rooms for academic and non-academic activities, making arrangements for food delivery, and making arrangements for travel and guest accommodations.
Advise the administrator of any disciplinary, emotional, or academic problems a student or Group Leader may be having as soon as you are aware of the issue.
Keep documentation of all invoices, and food orders throughout the program.
Other duties as assigned.
Post – Program:
Assist with the culmination of the program, including inventorying, boxing, storing, and returning materials to their appropriate location.
Save and organize program pictures.
Write reviews of food orders and activities and make recommendations for future programs.
Create and submit an end-of-session site report.
Other duties as assigned.
Note: This position is not benefits eligible.
Minimum Qualifications (mandatory):
High School Diploma/GED. Bachelor’s degree preferred.
Three years administrative/academic related experience.
Additional education may substitute for required experience, to the extent permitted by the JHU equivalency formula.
Strong organizational skills
Strong interpersonal skills and a professional demeanor
Excellent work ethic with focus on timely and quality work
Team player that leads by example
Experience working in a fast paced office environment
Demonstrated flexibility in a workplace
Ability to deliver effective/efficient service/product in a timely manner
Experience leading and/or facilitating groups and/or workshops, and/or experience teaching is preferred
Ability and experience in drafting/writing print materials and other event/business-related communication material
Work or educational background in Intercultural Communication is preferred
Ability to handle multiple priorities/tasks
Reliable and punctual
Previous experience working with international students preferred
Team building skills (ability to motivate others and build a team amongst Group Leaders)
Demonstrated ability to be open, flexible, positive and withhold judgment
Excellent communication skills (ability to communicate clearly, concisely and frequently)
Proficient with Outlook and Outlook calendars
Advanced proficiency with PowerPoint, Word, Excel (use of mail merges required)
Calm and controlled under pressure
Ability and willingness to work extended hours and work weekends as needed
Any specific physical requirements for the job:
Must be able to lift up to 25 lbs.
Classified Title: Academic Services Specialist Working Title: Washington DC Summer Intensive Site Manager Role/Level/Range: ATO 37.5/02/OE Starting Salary Range: $21.00/hr Employee group: Casual / On Call Schedule: Monday - Friday with evenings and weekends Exempt Status: Non-Exempt Location: 01-DC:District of Columbia Department name: 60000051-Student Services Personnel area: Carey Business School
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