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DIRECTOR OF ADMINISTRATION AND FINANCE, Music and Theater Arts Section (MTA), to serve as senior operations administrator for a complex section. Will lead operations for MTA and oversee the administrative and financial operations, including human resources, faculty affairs administration, finance, research administration, undergraduate and graduate affairs, events planning, communications, building operations and space planning; work closely with department head and provide counsel and comprehensive support to faculty and staff; ensure work is carried out properly by all staff and is at the level required for the section to achieve its goals and responsibilities; and act as an information source, lead communicator, and liaison with the department head and other relevant offices and individuals about operational and functional needs, challenges, changes, and success.
REQUIRED: bachelor's degree; seven years' experience in all aspects of university administration in a management role; excellent analytical, financial, organizational, writing, supervisory, interpersonal, and communication skills; good judgment, tact, and discretion with sensitive and confidential matters; ability to manage changing and conflicting priorities; and advanced-level knowledge of databases, spreadsheets, and accounting principles. PREFERRED: MIT experience, including proficiency with MIT financial, human resources, and operational systems such as SAP, COEUS, COGNOS, NIMBUS; and thorough knowledge of performing arts (music, theater, and/or dance). Job #23172-11
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