To apply for the following positions: Please visit the "Jobs" tab on the Duke HR website at https://hr.duke.edu/careers/apply. 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.

December 15, 2017

Admissions Reader, (401351306)

Department: Admissions

The Admissions Reader is a part-time seasonal position participating in a team effort to evaluate and select students for the Fuqua School of Business Programs. The Reader reports to the Admissions Assistant Dean, Operations. This is a seasonal position working an abbreviated schedule from September through Mid-May. Hours are flexible. The Admissions Reader is a member of the admissions committee, and is required to sign a confidentiality agreement in accordance with Duke University Policy. At the discretion and invitation of the Director, a contract Admissions Reader may be invited to renew the contract for the next admission cycle. Duties include reading and evaluating qualifications of prospective students utilizing established standards and guidelines; submitting evaluations for review by the Admissions Committee; attending regular Admissions Committee meetings; participating in giving feedback on Admissions Committee decisions and assisting with file completion processes prior to each round of admissions. Bachelors' Degree required, however an advanced degree is preferred. Prior admissions or industry experience preferred. (PAID ON THE BIWEEKLY PAYROLL)

Staff Assistant, Level 08, (401361855)

Department: Health Sector Management (HSM)

The HSM Staff Assistant is integral to the daily operation of the HSM programs including, but not limited to, the Daytime, Executive MBA and the Health Sector Advisory Committee 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. 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 Staff Assistant must have 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. A thorough understanding of the Duke University accounting system is required along with proficiency with SAP R/3, Duke accounting protocols and familiarity with Duke@Work portal. Ability to forecast and analyze financial reports as demonstrated through related work experience. Additionally, applicants must be proficient in Microsoft Word and Excel plus be comfortable with leaning, using and exploring new technologies. This position requires strong organizational, communication and analytical skills. Must be able to successfully manage and coordinate multiple events. High customer service focus required. Must be able to work within a dynamic, fast-paced team environment and be detail-oriented with ability to work independently. Four or more years of directly related work experience preferred. A bachelor’s degree is desirable, but additional years of directly related experience may be substituted for the degree.  (PAID ON THE BIWEEKLY PAYROLL)

Operations Coordinator, Level 08, (401360178)

Department: Admissions

The Operations Coordinator manages communication and processing for all post-decision groups (admitted students, waitlisted students, and denied applicants).  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)

Staff Assistant, (Level 09), (401345402)

Department: Center for the Advancement of Social Entrepreneurship (CASE)

The Staff Assistant will be responsible for providing executive support, office management, and events coordination. The role will include typical administrative and basic financial management duties as well as managing events planning and logistics. The Staff Assistant will regularly be required to resolve diverse and advanced administrative problems independently, to manage complex logistics for a variety of stakeholders, and to complete assigned projects effectively. The Staff Assistant will work closely with all CASE personnel and will report to the CASE Executive Director. College degree or at least 3 years of relevant experience preferred. Preference given to candidates who have worked in administration in a university setting. This positions requires a self-starter and willingness to take initiative and see projects through to completion independently. Strong written and oral communication skills, and customer-service mindset needed. Applicants must demonstrate ability to set priorities, organize and manage multiple planning tasks simultaneously, rigorous attention to detail, and consistent follow-through. Utmost professionalism, positive attitude and ability to interact effectively with a range of constituents is required. Must be willing to work flexible hours on occasion in support of effective program / events delivery. Must be comfortable with or willingness/capacity to learn new software applications.  (PAID ON THE BIWEEKLY PAYROLL)

Marketing and Communications Coordinator, Level 10, (401345401)

Department: Center for the Advancement of Social Entrepreneurship (CASE)

The Marketing & Communications Coordinator will help CASE build on its history and continue to serve as a global thought leader.  This role is responsible for leading the Center’s marketing and communications strategy development and execution. The Coordinator will regularly be required to think strategically and proactively about marketing and communications opportunities and challenges, develop and implement work plans related to major campaigns and manage relationships with a variety of stakeholders.  The Coordinator will work closely with all CASE personnel and will report to CASE’s Executive Director. Bachelor’s degree in Communications, Marketing, or related field or at least 3 years of relevant experience in communications and marketing. Excellent verbal, written, and interpersonal skills required. The ideal candidate will be a creative self-starter that takes initiative, while balancing quality standards and resources. Proven ability to manage projects independently and effectively communicate about progress to senior leadership. Applicants must demonstrate the ability to set priorities, organize and manage multiple planning tasks simultaneously, rigorous attention to detail, and consistent follow-through. This position requires the utmost professionalism and ability to interact effectively with a range of constituents, including undergraduate and graduate students, government officials, executive level business leaders, nonprofit executives, donors, faculty, and staff at all levels. Must be willing to work flexible hours in support of events and program delivery. Expertise in or willingness/capacity to learn new software. Demonstrated interest in social entrepreneurship preferred.  (PAID ON THE MONTHLY PAYROLL.)

Program Coordinator, Level 10, (401355914)

Department: Admissions

The Program Coordinator provides administrative support, project management and coordination of admissions functions related primarily to the MMS, MQM and EMBA programs. This position works closely with recruiters to support their efforts in executing on marketing and outreach strategies, counseling prospects/applicants, responding to inquiries, and coordinating interviews and open house logistics. This position also coordinates across the entire Admissions team to provide support as needed. Bachelor’s degree required. Admissions, counseling, sales marketing or corporate experience highly desirable. Demonstrated ability to manage multiple responsibilities simultaneously in a fast-paced, dynamic, team environment. Strong communication, interpersonal and team skills are essential. Must be comfortable in a highly computerized environment including Excel, PowerPoint, communication tools and email. Familiarity with WebEx, Zoom or other virtual conferencing systems. Proficiency in PowerPoint, Excel, and Word required. Social media experience is a plus. Detail oriented, driven, self-motivated, and organized; strong communication and interpersonal skills are essential.  (PAID ON THE MONTHLY PAYROLL)

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