Assistant Director Center for Analytics & Data Science
Job no: 502468
Department: Office of Research and Innovation
Location: Oxford, OH
Work type: Salary Staff
Categories: Administration, Office, Clerical, Administrative Support, Research, Scientific
Status: Full Time
The Center for Analytics & Data Science (CADS) at Miami University (Oxford, OH) is searching for an Assistant Director responsible for overseeing and supporting the Faculty Fellows program, including but not limited to providing administrative and logistical support for the faculty members leading the student projects for our corporate partners and our micro-credential boot camps and workshops. The Assistant Director will assist in onboarding student interns and assistants, as well as tracking their hours worked. They will work with staff and Faculty Fellows to provide logistical support for DataFest, Summer Scholars and related programs, and staff the Learning Lab facility during university operating hours to assist the Miami community.
- Oversee Faculty Fellows Program
- Guide faculty members overseeing corporate student projects
- Onboard and guide student assistants and student interns
- Staff the Learning Lab facility during university operating hours to assist students & faculty
- Facilitate logistics for boot camps and other micro-credential workshops
- Provide logistics support for DataFest, Summer Scholars and related programs
- Bachelor's Degree in a STEM or STEM-related field
- 3-5 years working in a collaborative team environment
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
- Experience working in Microsoft Office Suite, including Excel, Access and SQL
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Advertised: 23 Oct 2023 Eastern Daylight Time
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