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

March 15, 2018

Operations Coordinator, Level 08, (401390351)

Department: Admissions

The Operations Coordinator manages communication and processing for all post-decision groups (admitted students, waitlisted students, and denied applicants).  S/he spearheads the check for completeness effort for application deadlines, process applications, and act as a liaison to other departments within Duke. This position reports to the Operations Team Liaison & Interview Coordinator. An undergraduate degree is highly desirable. Candidates must be very comfortable in a highly computerized environment, including databases, spreadsheets, word processing, web-based applications, and email. Successful candidates will have exceptional organizational skills and attention to detail as well as strong communication, interpersonal and team skills. Strong customer service skills required. (PAID ON THE BIWEEKLY PAYROLL)

Academic Assistant, Level 08, (401388970)

Department: Ph.D. Program

The Academic Assistant assists the Director of Graduate Studies (DGS) at the Fuqua School of Business’ PhD Program with managing the Ph.D. program, including providing support to the Director and to the Fuqua Ph.D. students. This position also provides administrative support of a complex and confidential nature to several faculty members for their teaching and research activities. The academic assistant should be comfortable working both independently and as an integral part of a team in a fast-paced environment. Undergraduate degree strongly preferred. Work typically requires 3 years of related administrative experience. Applicants must be comfortable working in a highly computerized environment including proficiency with Microsoft Office suite, Adobe Acrobat, internet research, database management, web-based survey and webpage design and maintenance. Working knowledge of SAP preferred. Excellent interpersonal skills and proficiency in business communication, both written and oral to effectively represent Fuqua faculty and the PhD program are required. Excellent organizational skills and impeccable attention to detail and follow-through are essential to success in this position. Ability to multi-task and prioritize activities according to importance and urgency, requiring flexibility to adapt to changes driven by faculty or student needs. Professional service skills to support faculty, students and colleagues are required. High level writing and editing skills. Enthusiasm, friendliness, resourcefulness and ability to be proactive. (PAID ON THE BIWEEKLY PAYROLL)

Staff Assistant, Level 08, (401387301)

Department: Health Sector Management (HSM)

The HSM Staff Assistant greets office visitors, answers phone and email information requests, and provides administrative support to the HSM department. This position is integral to the daily operation of the HSM programs including, but not limited to, the Daytime, Executive MBA (EMBA) and the Health Sector Advisory Committee (HSAC) and directly supports the Director of the HSM program. S/he also provides support as needed to the Associate Dean for HSM and the HSM Faculty Directors (as it pertains to programmatic needs). The Staff Assistant is responsible for managing multiple, time-sensitive tasks simultaneously. Additionally, s/he works closely with the entire HSM team and various Duke and non-Duke partners. The position requires strong communication skills and a professional demeanor, as s/he will often be the first point of contact for prospective students, alumni, corporate sponsors, and other visitors. The Staff Assistant reports to the Director of the HSM program. The successful candidate will demonstrate the ability to forecast and analyze financial reports; be proficient in Microsoft Word and Excel; show strong organizational, communication and analytical skills; be comfortable with learning, using and exploring new technologies; be able to successfully manage and coordinate multiple events; show a commitment to customer service and be detail-oriented with the ability to work independently. Preferred skills include an understanding of the Duke University accounting system; proficiency with SAP R/3 and Duke accounting protocols and familiarity with the Duke@Work portal.  (PAID ON THE BIWEEKLY PAYROLL)

Assistant Director MQM--Online Programs, Level 11, (401385213)

Department: MQM--Online Programs

The Assistant Director of Master of Quantitative Management (MQM)--Online Programs is responsible for a broad range of activities that support operations of the online MQM program and student experiences throughout the program.  The Assistant Director is expected to supervise all aspects of program delivery in support of teaching faculty and students, from the time of students’ admission into the program through their graduation. This position requires outstanding organizational and project management skills, excellent interpersonal and written communication skills, sensitivity to counseling issues, and the ability to prioritize in a fast-paced environment. Because this is an online education program, the ability to work with a distributed student body, communicating with the students electronically, anticipating and proactively planning for their requirements, and making independent judgments in situations with ambiguous situations are important. Moreover, the Assistant Director needs a demonstrated ability to work effectively under pressure, meet deadlines, and communicate well with students, faculty, Fuqua administrators, Duke University offices, and outside vendors. This is a full time position reporting to the Senior Associate Dean for Digital Education. Bachelor’s degree required. Master’s degree desired. At least three years of experience working in a professional setting with experience in planning and executing initiatives is desired.  Experience with online/distributed work environment in a business or higher education setting will be highly valued. The successful candidate will be a person with a high level of maturity, confidence, and strong organizational skills. The ability to handle multiple priorities in an independent manner is a must. Strong computer skills required. Superior written and verbal communication skills are foundational in representing the Fuqua School to our constituencies. Likewise, outstanding attention to detail is a critical aspect of the required skill set, given Fuqua’s commitment to delivering a world class, end-to-end experience for our students and constituencies.  (PAID ON THE MONTHLY PAYROLL)

Assistant Director, Communications, Level 11, (401366379)

Department: Admissions

The Assistant Director of Admissions Communications is responsible for executing communications initiatives within the Admissions Department. This position reports to the Associate Director of Admissions, and under the strategic direction of the Assistant Dean, to create communications that drive more applications and yield higher quality prospective students across all of Fuqua’s degreed programs. S/he manages projects related to sourcing leads, conducts email marketing campaigns, supports social media strategies, and serves as the primary point of contact between Admissions and the Marketing Department. S/he will stay abreast of the global trends, practices, and direction of the graduate business school environment and assist in the translation of key developments to Fuqua’s culture. This person has shared responsibility for managing the Customer Relationship Management database (Slate) and associated processes such as tracking marketing and event data, and managing content websites that serve the prospective student population. S/he assists in the management of software packages for online chats, web conferencing and social networks, as it relates to the prospective and applicant pool. S/he reviews applications for admission, meets with prospective students and visitors to campus, and responds to requests for information as needed. Bachelor degree require with a minimum of 3 years work experience. We are seeking applicants with strong copywriting and editorial skills; prior marketing and/or communications experience; design experience in digital, print and other media as well as experience designing for social media. Applicants must demonstrate comfort with marketing of html code or working within a content management system. At a minimum, candidate should have ability to create and edit in email editing tools. Some knowledge of Admissions is a plus. (PAID ON THE MONTHLY PAYROLL)

Associate Director of Data Analytics, Level 12, (401366399)

Department: Admissions

The Associate Director of Data Analytics leads the development and management of Data Analysis and Reporting across all programs within Admissions. Works closely with the Associate Dean, Assistant Deans and Sr. Associate Director of Systems and Operations to analyze and provide in-depth analysis to facilitate the development and evaluation of admissions operations, recruitment and admissions. The position manages two data reporting managers and reports into the Assistant Dean of Admissions for Daytime/Domestic Strategy, Operations, Analytics and Communications. Bachelor’s Degree required. MBA or Master’s Equivalent in a STEM field preferred. A minimum of 3 years of work experience in business/data analysis, information technology, or operations management is required. Admissions/Enrollment or Higher Ed experience highly valued. Deep experience with database management preferred. Experience using PeopleSoft, ImageNow, ApplyYourself, SLATE or a similar CRM tool preferred. Extensive experience querying and analyzing data using statistical software packages, Microsoft Office, in particular Excel, SAS, SPSS, STATS or Access. Strong project management, written communication, interpersonal and team skills are essential. Demonstrated ability to manage multiple responsibilities simultaneously in a fast-paced environment, to ask the right questions to conduct analysis and require little supervision and oversight. This position requires someone who takes initiative, is inquisitive, curious and is a creative thinker. Experience managing/supervising others. (PAID ON THE MONTHLY PAYROLL)

Sector Director for Technology, Level 13, (401396136)

Department: Career Management Center (CMC)

The Sector Director for Technology is a senior staff position in the Fuqua Career Management Center and reports to the Daytime Director for Career Management. The incumbent works closely with a variety of constituents to envision, build, and strengthen career support broadly within the Fuqua student population, and specifically within the Technology sector. The incumbent serves as the primary owner and strategist towards the dual objectives of student support and employer relationship development. To capitalize on the full value of the incumbent’s activities, the role requires proactive communication and significant collaboration within the entire CMC team and across student groups and populations; a variety of Fuqua departments; other areas of the Duke community; and corporate recruiters and alumni. Graduate degree strongly preferred, especially an MBA, Master of Counseling, or other relevant discipline. Minimum of 5 - 7 years of relevant professional experience, preferably in technology or recruiting/HR. Strong portfolio of communication skills, including presentation and advocacy, are essential to this position. Must demonstrate the ability to conceptualize and implement programs at both strategic and tactical levels and in alignment with broader departmental and institutional goals. Ability to diagnose and resolve complex problems and their implications within the parameters of Duke University and The Fuqua School’s core values, practices, and policies and to apply those parameters to meet the needs of multiple stakeholders. Sharp stakeholder focus, which include current and prospective employers, Fuqua students, alumni, and institutional partners within Fuqua and Duke. Periodic travel to attend relevant off-site events/conferences and meet with employers. (PAID ON THE MONTHLY PAYROLL)

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