Job Summary: The Program Manager for MSEI will manage all the operational needs (e.g. the experiential and programmatic aspects) of the Master of Science in Entrepreneurship and Innovation program (MSEI). MSEI is a one-year graduate program, which combines elements of a traditional graduate instruction with an innovation and entrepreneurship practicum-focused design, including entrepreneurial internship placements, new venture launches conducted by students, and business immersion trips. The MSEI Program is designed to launch student careers in entrepreneurship and management immediately following the program completion.
The program manager will perform all daily functions necessary for the optimal running of the program working directly with the Program Director of the MSEI and the Department Chair for Entrepreneurship, Innovation, and Strategy, and other faculty teaching in the program. The ideal candidate will be highly motivated, have prior experience working in high performance organizations and high-performing teams, will possess strong organizational skills, excellent customer relation skills, and have an excellent attention to detail. The position will be located at the USF 101 Howard Campus with some meetings and work to take place on main USF campus and other Bay Area venues.
Full Job Description:
As a program manager for MSEI, the work will be in the area of project management and overall program support.
Specific to the MSEI Program:
20% The manager builds, organizes and maintains key relationships with Bay Area Executives and their firms as essential participants in the delivery of the MSEI Internship Program.
5% The manager is responsible in the development and distribution of all materials (i.e. Marketing and Promotions, Academic Programming, Classes, etc.) related to the MSEI Program.
15% The manager collects, organizes and securely maintains files of student internship and all necessary documentation pertaining to 30-40 external organization clients, where students work during the program, creating surveys, other program materials, and assessing data on student and client needs and levels of satisfaction with the practicum experience.
15% The manager directly supports the development and launching of up to 25 entrepreneurial ventures and workshops as part of the MSEI each year.
10% The manager develops and maintain relationships with marketing, recruitment, student affairs, and other teams at the School, supporting the program director's efforts in coordinating different aspects of the program's respective operations.
15% The role of the manager also includes interfacing with the program's full-time and adjunct faculty and program mentors to ascertain that their instructional support needs are met and documenting/ facilitating the Mentor-student, and the student-external client-related matching designed and finalized by the program director.
5% The manager coordinates the program director's work organizing company visits and arranging for the necessary logistics pertaining to the visits. The manager will follow up with clients, will prepare the materials for the visits, and will do the necessary post-visit follow-up.
10% The manager provides student support and advising, especially during the busiest times of the academic year.
5% General administrative and programming responsibilities including, but not limited to, meeting with colleagues, participating in all-hands programs and other duties as assigned.
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