Employment

Duke University's
Fuqua School of Business

100 Fuqua Drive
Box 90120
Durham, NC 27708-0120 USA

Tel +1.919.660.7700
Fax +1.919.684.2818

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To apply for the following positions: Please visit the "Jobs" tab on the Duke HR website at http://www.hr.duke.edu/jobs/main.html. The requisition numbers are provided in parentheses below. Also send an email to lrogers@duke.edu with your resume, cover letter and salary history attached. All jobs posted are located in Durham, North Carolina, unless otherwise indicated. 

Date: April 24, 2014

Admissions Counselor - Cross Continent MBA Program, Level 10 (400827764)

Admissions. The Admissions Counselor - Cross Continent MBA Program participates in a team effort to market, recruit and select students for enrollment in Duke University's portfolio of MBA and Master of Management degree programs. This position reports to the Director of Recruitment, Executive and Working Professional MBA Programs. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to, participating in phone and e-mail campaigns to qualify prospective students; counselling prospective student on the admissions process; hosting prospective student during campus visits; proposing and implementing strategies to yield applicants in the pipeline; networking and developing an alumni base to promote and support recruitment efforts, interviewing candidates for admission; travelling for recruitment purposes; reading and evaluating applications for admission and presenting to the admissions committee for consideration; participating in the evaluation of admitted applicants for scholarship consideration and performing other tasks as deemed appropriate by the Director of Recruitment, Executive and Working Professional MBA Programs. Undergraduate degree is required. Admissions, counseling, marketing, or corporate recruiting experience is highly desirable. Candidates must be willing to travel for recruiting purposes. A high level of comfort and professionalism in working with top executives is essential to success in this position. The ability to manage multiple responsibilities simultaneously in a fast-paced environment is required. Candidates must be comfortable in a highly computerized environment, including database management, electronic bulletin boards and e-mail.  Strong communication, interpersonal and team skills are essential.  (PAID ON THE MONTHLY PAYROLL)

Sector Manager, Level 10, (400822339)

Career Management Center (CMC).  The Sector Manager partners with the Sector Director to plan and facilitate engagement opportunities between employers and students and also maintains day-to-day company relationships, and supports new business development within the consulting sector.  The Sector Manager also may advise both sets of stakeholders on recruiting and industry trends of the sector. This position is an integral part of Fuqua's Career Management Center (CMC) and reports to the Director of Operations and Employer Engagement.  Bachelor's degree and a minimum of three years of professional work experience, preferably in career services, recruiting, or customer service is required. Candidates must demonstrate the ability to interact effectively and build relationships with a range of constituents including MBA students, business leaders, employers, alumni, faculty, and staff at all levels. The successful candidate will be a self-starter willing to take initiative, seek guidance when needed, and see projects through to completion independently.  Candidates must be flexible, adaptable, and comfortable with uncertainty and operating in an entrepreneurial environment.  Successful candidates will have a positive attitude, be a creative thinker and problem solver. Willingness to work flexible hours, including nights and weekends is required.  This position requires excellent written, oral and verbal communication skills. Candidates must be very comfortable learning and using technology tools including database management, Internet research, Excel, e-mail and other tools. Demonstrated comfort with a fast-paced environment and ability to adapt to immediate changes driven by various constituent needs.  (PAID ON THE MONTHLY PAYROLL)

International Programs Office Program Manager, Level 10, (400822988)

International Programs Office (IPO).  The Program Manager serves in the International Programs Office (IPO) within the Fuqua Daytime MBA Office. The Program Manager is responsible for the operational implementation of the IPO's programs and projects, advising on the department's operational strategy both in keeping with the department's mission to increase global reach and enhancing the overall student experience, as well as in support of the Daytime MBA's internationalization agenda. This position reports to the Director of the International Program Office. Bachelor's degree required, Master's degree strongly preferred. At least 5 years' professional experience including at least 2 years' experience with international program management in higher education.  The ideal candidate will have an in-depth multicultural expertise (acquired by living/working abroad for at least 6 months) including strong interpersonal, cross-cultural, and communication skills. Ability to develop, build and maintain international partnerships and collaborate with colleagues and student leaders. This position requires excellent organizational, logistics, and project planning and management skills. Strong communication and presentation skills required. Must be able to work under pressure, meet deadlines and exercise sound judgment and discretion in a fast-paced, dynamic, and international environment. Strong understanding of J-1 U.S. federal regulations and work authorization processes, with some understanding of F-1 regulations required. Experience delivering high quality customer service is essential. The Program Manager is expected to juggle many responsibilities and priorities simultaneously while refining processes toward continuous improvement in a resource-constrained environment. Must be organized, ethical and professional. Basic understanding of Accounting and HR required.
(PAID ON THE MONTHLY PAYROLL)

Associate Director of Market Intelligence, Level 13, (400779503)

Global Marketing office.  The Associate Director of Market Intelligence is a member of a team of experienced professionals who engage in strategic marketing for The Fuqua School of Business. The position is responsible for managing the school's market intelligence strategy including external rankings, internal surveys, and all marketing analytics (including website, campaign, and social media). The Associate Director is also proactive in identifying issues connected to supporting data technology systems and business processes, taking lead on efforts across functions to address them successfully for all involved. This position reports to the Associate Dean for Global Marketing, serves as a member of the Marketing Leadership team, and works closely with the school's senior leadership, Admissions counselors, and Regional Directors to develop strategic and performance insight. Bachelors in Business, Statistics, Finance, or similar quantitatively-rigorous degree is required, however a MBA, Masters in Management, Masters in Statistics/Analytics is preferred.  The ideal candidate will have 5+ years' experience applying analytics in a business environment in marketing, market research, or finance.  Work experience in marketing services or higher education is a plus.  Candidates must demonstrate a strong attention to detail, with the ability to manage multiple projects and priorities simultaneously. Must be a self-starter and possess superlative critical thinking skills.
Strong/persuasive communication skills and the ability to develop productive working relationships across teams and departments is essential.  Ability to mentor staff.  Knowledge of direct marketing principles.  This position requires the ability to aggregate and manipulate large datasets and then analyze, interpret and disseminate insights.  Strong analytical and quantitative skills are also required.  Expertise with Excel (advanced level) including pivot tables, lookups, formulas, charts and graphs; Microsoft Word; PowerPoint. Proficiency with Google Analytics, CRM systems, social media analytics and email distribution software packages required. (PAID ON THE MONTHLY PAYROLL)

Associate Director, MBA Career Services, Level 13, (400803949)

Career Management Center (CMC).  The Associate Director serves as a key leader in designing and delivering a portfolio of career services and supporting resource offerings for one or more of our MBA programs, which includes the Daytime MBA, Cross-Continent MBA, Weekend Executive MBA, and Global Executive MBA programs. The Associate Director also plays a key role in ensuring consistency with and maximizing efficiencies between the career services offerings of the MMS and MBA programs. S/he ensures a comprehensive program of workshops, counseling, recruiting, and other services that prepares them to succeed in the global employment marketplace.  The incumbent provides overall leadership and management for the assessment, creation, implementation, and evaluation of this cross-program portfolio. S/he also works to strategically build awareness of these degree programs as a talent source for hiring organizations. To achieve this objective, the incumbent will create and implement a comprehensive approach to expand corporate engagement opportunities across these programs and to bring forward marketing initiatives. Fundamental to success in this role will be proactive information sharing, collaboration, and communication across the CMC and within Fuqua. Significant work will involve not only within the entire CMC team, but also across student leadership within these programs; a variety of Fuqua departments and centers; other areas of the Duke community; and corporate recruiters and alumni.  This position reports directly to the Program Director and indirectly to the Associate Dean for Career Management. A graduate degree is required, with strong preference for an MBA, Master in Counseling, or other relevant discipline plus a minimum of 5 - 8 years career counseling, corporate recruiting/HR, outplacement, or other relevant experience.  (PAID ON THE MONTHLY PAYROLL)

Program Director, SEAD & CASE I3, Level 13, (400822031)

SEAD & CASE I3.  The Program Director for the Social Entrepreneurship Accelerator at Duke and CASE I3 Initiative on Impact Investing is a new position that will report directly to the Director of CASE I3 to support strategy, operations and administration of SEAD and CASEI3 programs. The Program Director will be devoted 75% to SEAD and 25% to CASE I3, and will work closely with faculty, staff and students at CASE, IPIHD, Duke at large and global partners. For SEAD, the Program Director will help the SEAD Co-principal Investigator oversee program administration for this $10 million 5-year contract, working with teams at Duke Medicine and the Fuqua School of Business and in other parts of Duke University on the coordination and administration of various programs at Duke and in the target geographies of East Africa and India. For CASE I3, the Program Director will help the faculty director operate CASE I3 in two capacities. First, the Program Director will provide support for CASE i3 programs by exploring potential partnership opportunities, engaging CASE I3stakeholders to define the future strategic direction of CASE I3, and conducting research on behalf of CASE i3, as well as potentially working with CASE I3students. Second, the Program Director will work with the Duke Office of Research and Support to manage various grants that support CASE I3's work. Bachelor's degree required. Master's degree in relevant field, particularly an MBA or MPP, is strongly preferred.  Four or more years of experience in project management with a good track record of managing large and loosely scoped projects and being able to deliver strong results required. The ideal candidate will have exceptionally strong writing skills, a desire to take on leadership and administrative responsibilities in two groundbreaking programs in global health and impact investing, in-depth knowledge of social entrepreneurship and/or impact investing, a dedication to social impact, and significant business experience and/or training. Preference will be given to candidates with demonstrated interest in and passion for global health, impact investing, social entrepreneurship, international development, and/or civic engagement, and to candidates who have worked within an entrepreneurial team within a university setting.  (PAID ON THE MONTHLY PAYROLL)

Director of Digital Strategy and Development, Level 14, (400809446)

Global Marketing.  The Director of Digital Strategy and Development will be responsible for executing marketing strategies via technical development of digital assets including websites, emails, advertising and apps to promote Duke's Fuqua School of Business. Reporting to the Associate Dean of Global Marketing and leading teams of technical developers and vendors, the director will determine the right technologies and processes for interactive media development, serve as web architect or solutions architect in partnership with resources in the school's IT organization, manage the production and quality control process across functions, and ensure that Fuqua provides users a leading-edge interactive experience. This position will have a dotted line into the Associate Dean of IT to ensure close coordination between the two departments. As member of the Marketing leadership team, the Director of Digital Strategy and Development plays the critical roles of providing the ability to build fully functioning websites, mobile and tablet sites; integrating the school's CRM systems with customer-facing platforms; identifying needs for apps and other interactive media, while ensuring we are utilizing the best processes and technologies to deliver exceptional experiences to our users. The Director will provide expertise in efficient interactive media technical development and production, and will be responsible for providing the production capacity and capabilities to meet the marketing needs of the school. Bachelor's degree required; a relevant advanced degree strongly preferred with a minimum seven years related experience. Experience leading the interactive development function for a nationally known organization or agency required. Candidates must demonstrate an exceptional ability to clearly communicate technical issues to laymen and to translate their feedback to developers and other technology focused personnel. Experience working as a web architect or solutions architect required. Strong project management and client relationship-building skills required. Candidates must possess expert knowledge of the primary technologies associated with multi-channel interactive media development including HTML, JavaScript and other front-end development tools; development experience in LAMP(PHP) and JAVA frameworks; experience managing and building websites on CMS systems including Alterian and Wordpress; and experience with design and publishing software. Additionally, a deep understanding of new technologies including HTML5, responsive design, etc. is required. (PAID ON THE MONTHLY PAYROLL)