How to Apply
A cover letter is required for consideration for this position and should be attached as the first page of your resume. Your cover letter should indicate how your experience is relevant to this specific position.
The Mathematics Center for Applied and Interdisciplinary Mathematics (MCAIM) was established with a broad aim of serving as the focal point for activities that integrate mathematics with the sciences across the University. The aim of the Center is to enhance research and education in applied mathematics. This position will assist the Director with duties directly related to the Center. This position have a functional line to the Director with an administrative line to the Mathematics Chief Administrator. The Center is intended to improve and unify activities in the application of mathematics to science, engineering, medicine and public health. Several visitors, events, seminars, workshops, and other outreach activities will be part of this Center.
The target salary range for the position is $38,000-$43,000 (full-time effort). The actual salary offered may be higher based on the qualifications and experience of the selected candidate. This position is a 50% effort position, 20 hours per week.
50% effort position; 20 hours per week
10 hours per week
Program development and outreach: Seminar/workshop/event planning and scheduling - 5 hours per week
- Coordinate schedules of visitors and logistics for them.
- Reserve rooms for events and hotels for visitors
- Update calendars for events
- Work with Director on grant proposals
Administrative duties – 5 hours per week
- Assist with information requests
- Create letters for director for invitations to visitors, assist with reports to stakeholders
- Attend meetings for Center with Director
- Monitor budgets for Center
- General financial/HR support: works with transactional teams for HR/finance appointments, payments, and reimbursements
Website/Social Media - 5 hours per week
- Manage content updates for Facebook, Twitter, and other media including announcements, informational updates, and communication to participants
High school education or equivalent and two to four years work experience. Experience with social media platforms; experience with google calendaring and documents; experience and ability to work with minimum supervisor; excellent communication skills; excellent interpersonal skills with demonstrated ability to work with external stakeholders; 2-3 years experience with event planning and program support.
3 years event planning and support; Bachelor’s degree in related field; knowledge of University systems and academic environment; significant familiarity with budgeting and expense processes. 3-5 years experience with program management. Grant pre- and post-proposal experience. Experience with development.
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