Job Code403040 Coordinator II
Duties & Responsibilities
Reporting jointly to the Senior Director of Unit and Faculty Support and the Organizational Behavior Unit Head, the Unit Coordinator provides high level administrative support to the Unit Head, and to the units projects and activities. Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
The Unit Coordinator, Organizational Behavior performs the following functions:
5+ yrs high-level administrative support is required.
BA/BS highly desired.
Demonstrated ability to exercise sound judgment in a variety of situations.
Excellent communication, interpersonal, organizational, project management, analytical, writing, and editing skills.
Proven ability to take initiative, work independently, manage multiple projects simultaneously, handle confidential information with discretion, and work well under deadlines.
Proficiency with web-based technology, Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, Excel, Adobe.
Ability to learn, teach new software and stay current with various technologies.
Ability to develop an understanding of and stay up-to-date on the academic research of the unit.
Additional InformationPosition Summary/Objective: The Faculty Support Services department within Harvard Business School s Division of Research and Faculty Development (DRFD), provides support for the hiring, training and managing of approximately 80+ faculty assistants and assists 250+ faculty with their administrative support needs. Critical competencies to be successful in the department include experience with and commitment to providing excellent customer service both within a team and on an individual basis, sound judgment, strong communication skills, initiative, proven organizational skills, attention to detail and high standards for accuracy, sensitivity to confidential information, professionalism, strong interpersonal skills, ability to be flexible in a constantly changing environment, excels at teamwork, and a high energy level. Many HBS employees are eligible for Flexible Work Arrangements, which may be explored during the interview process.
Job FunctionFaculty & Student Services, General Administration
LocationUSA - MA - Boston
DepartmentDivision of Research and Faculty Development
Union55 - Hvd Union Cler & Tech Workers
EEO StatementWe are an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, gender identity, sexual orientation, pregnancy and pregnancy-related conditions, or any other characteristic protected by law.Harvard University - 25 days ago - save job - original job
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