1) As a key part of the leadership team in the Davis Center at Chicago Booth, the Alumni Leadership Initiatives Director is primarily responsible for building a self-sustaining alumni learning community.
2) The mission of this community is to foster lifelong learning about leadership by drawing on the vast experience and knowledge of the Booth alumni base itself.
3) Work closely with the Alumni Relations team to develop a network of committed alumni volunteers to serve as speakers, facilitators and mentors.
4) Build a strong and enduring Alumni volunteer community.
5) Serve as a coach and process consultant to Alumni volunteers.
6) Help design and facilitate programs such as peer circles and speaker series.
7) Collaborate with Booth Faculty and Staff to help Alumni volunteers develop content for lifelong learning programs.
8) Collaborate closely with Alumni Relations to direct communications about programming.
9) Participate in the development and implementation of a long-term plan for the Lifelong Learning Initiative.
10) Represent the Davis Center at various alumni events around the world.
1) Excellent organizational skills and attention to detail.
2) Excellent verbal, written and presentation skills.
3) Strong interpersonal skills including coaching and facilitation skills.
4) Demonstrated ability to work effectively with multiple constituencies in a sometimes ambiguous and fast-paced environment.
5) Professional demeanor including tact, discretion and a customer service-oriented approach to the job.
6) Knowledge of the logistical aspect of training, event and meeting planning preferred.
7) Ability to achieve objectives with minimal direction.
1) Masterâ™s degree in relevant field.
1) Minimum seven years of relevant work experience.
2) Client-facing experience.
2) Cover letter
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