Georgia Employer SPONSOR FUNDED EXECUTIVE, ASSISTANT DIRECTOR - 170 in Atlanta, Georgia

Description: Georgia State University's J. Mack Robinson College of Business (RCB) is one of the largest business schools in the country with an enrollment of approximately 8,000 students, including about 1,800 master's students and more than 100 doctoral students. Our part-time MBA program for working professionals is ranked among the best by Bloomberg Businessweek and U.S. News & World Report. Our Executive MBA is ranked among the best in the world by the Financial Times; and U.S. News ranks our undergraduate program 35th among those at public universities and 47th overall. Georgia State University is located in the heart of Atlanta and has strong ties with Atlanta's business leaders, many of whom are alumni of the Robinson College.The Center for Ethics and Corporate Responsibility is one of the nation's leading centers promoting professional integrity and global corporate responsibility. Founded in 1993 by leaders in business, education and the professions, the center is making a meaningful difference in the lives of individuals, institutions and society. From the university classroom to corporate boardrooms across the nation, our work demonstrates the value of innovative educational services and practical research in addressing the complex ethical challenges facing business, government and professional practice in today's world. The Center for Ethics and Corporate Responsibility is seeking to hire a diverse and high skilled Assistant Director who will be responsible for the following core activities:Recruiting and training MentorsCommunicating with students regarding program activitiesMatching Mentors with StudentsCreating and maintaining a record keeping system of Mentor and Mentee interactions and outcomesThe scope of responsibility will include these essential duties but is not limited to the following,Budget Monitoring and Maintenance: This person will be responsible for monitoring and maintaining the program budget, and in that capacity interact with corporate donors.Mentor and Mentee Recruiting and Training: Work closely with the Program Director, CAC, the Deans Office, RCB Development and program managers to recruit and train the best possible set of Mentors and Mentees for our graduate programs. This requires a seasoned, experienced candidate who is experienced with assessment and mentor-mentee matching techniquesMentor Program Platform management: The program will deploy a sophisticated software platform that facilitates program enrollment, management, communications and outcome assessment. The assistant director will be responsible for management of this platform.Mentor and Mentee communication, counseling and scheduling: The software program, while facilitating communication between mentors, mentees and program leadership, will not manage all coordination and cooperation functions. The Assistant director will be responsible for general communications for the program, and coordination between mentors, mentees, and program management.General Administration: the Program will maintain a board of advisors who meet on a regular basis to assess the effectiveness of the program, and make recommendations for improvement. The Assistant Director will be responsible for organizing these meeting and insuring Board suggestions are implementedContinuous Improvement: The Assistant Director will be responsible for compiling feedback from all sources and with the Director develop and implement plans for improvementSupervision: The Assistant Director will supervise the activities of all Graduate Assistants Disclaimer: This job requisition provides a high-level job definition. It is not intended to provide a comprehensive or exclusive list of job duties. As such, job duties and/or responsibilities within the context of this job requisition may change at the discretion the employee's direct supervisor. Qualifications: Bachelor's degree and three years of supervisory/management experience; or a combination of training and experien