Job Location: Timonium, MD
Loyola University Maryland is inviting applications for the position of Program Director Graduate Data Science-NAS. This position is primarily responsible for overseeing overall operations, ongoing management, administrative support, and continuous evaluation of the interdisciplinary graduate Data Science Program (MSDS) including managing applicants through admission, yield activities and student commitment. The Program Director is the primary day-to-day contact for all MSDS students, university staff, and external agencies providing services to the program. The Program Director works closely with the Associate Dean for Natural and Applied Sciences (NAS) to coordinate all program level efforts and initiatives for the NAS involving students, faculty, staff, alum, and advisory board members, and continuous improvement efforts of programs.
Candidates for this position will have an undergraduate degree in a relevant field and a minimum of 3 years of relevant experience, knowledge and mastery of Microsoft Office Suite, strong interpersonal, oral and written communication skills, time management skills, as well as an aptitude for learning University applications/software (e.g., WebAdvisor, Colleague, SharePoint, WebNow, Slate). A shared commitment to the mission, vision, and values of Loyola University Maryland, commitment to equity and inclusion goals of the university, demonstrated teamwork, and professionalism are also required. Data management experience is desirable.
Additional information is available at http://www.loyola.edu To apply, please go to https://careers.loyola.edu/postings/6386.
- Undergraduate degree in a relevant field
- 3-5 years of relevant experience
- Knowledge and mastery of Microsoft Office Suite, as well as aptitude for learning University applications/software (e.g., WebAdvisor, Colleague, SharePoint, WebNow, Slate).
- Commitment to the mission, vision, and values of Loyola University Maryland
- Commitment to equity and inclusion goals of the university
- Communications proficiency (written, oral, and digital media)
- Strong interpersonal skills; a spirit of flexibility, teamwork, and professionalism
- Excellent time-management and attention to detail
- Management of program level initiative and operation, and the aptitude to initiate and/or coordinate efforts related to continuous improvement of programs.
- capacity working effectively with students, chairs, and industrial advisory board members.
- Problem-solving skills including varied situations that require significant analysis or interpretation; general precedents and practices used but may be modified.
- Independence of action aptitudes when existing practices are used as guidelines to determine specific work methods; incumbent works independently and resolves most problems without assistance.