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Assistant Director, Mortara Center for International Studies – Walsh School of Foreign Services – Georgetown University
The Assistant Director is responsible for the daily management and representation of the Mortara Center, including outreach and development, event management, and program and budget administration, as well as promotion of the Center’s extensive and varied activities with a consistent and effective message to the Georgetown University campus, the Washington D.C. community and beyond.
The Assistant Director reports to the Mortara Director and supervises all center operations and student employees.
- Bachelor’s degree in relevant field – preference for Master’s degree in a relevant field such as international affairs
- At least 3 years of closely related professional experience in program administration and event planning, preferably in higher education.
- Excellent systems interpersonal and written communication skills and the capacity to interact effectively with a diverse community, including students, faculty, staff, university administrators, donors, and media
- Proficiency with technologies related to the functions of the position toward same for use of Workday Financials
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