Associate Director, Marketing Portfolio: Manage a portfolio of public open enrollment, tailored custom and possible association and partnership executive education programs including: relationship management with corporate customers; managing annual budget with profit and loss responsibility; portfolio strategy including new open and custom program development; faculty sourcing and relationship management with faculty and departmental partners. This position will require 30% travel. PRINCIPAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: -As a senior member of the Executive Education team, participate in establishing program objectives, long-term goals, division policies, and procedures. -Initiate and maintain contact with client organizations; coordinating activities with Executive Education's Business Development function.-Evaluate effectiveness of programs and revise curriculum as required. -Analyze financial performance and implement corrective administration action when appropriate. -Assist in preparing budgets; authorize payment for materials, facilities, staff and instructional faculty. -Plan, schedule and manage an assigned portion of the division's program portfolio. -Conduct on-going analysis of the state of the art business practices and competitive landscape. -Integrate faculty groups in the development of new products. -Engage in activities that promote Executive Education and Booth overall: speak at professional and alumni gatherings, contribute to development of thought leadership and present in appropriate forums.-Interview, hire, train and evaluate professional staff and instructional faculty. -Plan and evaluate program marketing and communications for managed portfolio.
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