This week’s featured job is an International Business Center Assistant Director position through the Eli Broad College of Business (posting 885237). The Eli Broad College of Business works to create and disseminate knowledge through collaboration and develop global transformational leaders who positively impact organizations and society.
This position will serve the College of Business by coordinating promotional activities, organizing programs for faculty/students and developing the Unit’s budget with the University’s General Fund budget. The future International Business Center Assistant Director will also provide work direction to staff along with discussing contractual matters with external agencies/businesses.
The Assistant Director should have knowledge equivalent to a 4-year business degree or in a related field. Three to five years of related experience is also preferred for the position.
To learn more about the Eli Broad College of Business, visit their website. To apply for the position, please submit a resume, letter of application and at least three professional references on the MSU Careers Website by August 29.
This week’s featured job is a temporary Clerical Aide position through MSU Human Resources (posting 884578). MSU Human Resources works to provide strategic human resources expertise, counsel and support services for the MSU Community.
This position will serve MSU Human Resources by processing employment transactions in the HR/Payroll system, reviewing criminal background checks and assisting departments in understanding employment policy along with contractual and legal compliance. The future Clerical Aide will also process timely reports that affect the records of students and temporary/on-call employees.
The Clerical Aide must be qualified for secretarial, receptionist, bookkeeping, information processing or related clerical tasks. Required hours vary for on-campus and off-campus positions.
To learn more about MSU Human resources, visit their website. To apply for the position, visit the posting directly on the MSU Careers Website by August 9. A resume and cover letter are recommended, but not required.
The featured job this week is an Academic Program Coordinator for the College of Natural Science (posting 879072). The College of Natural Science is home to 27 departments and programs, each with the mission of building healthy communities through scientific discovery.
This position will serve the College of Natural Science by providing support to the MS in Data Science (MSDS) Director, arranging visits for prospective MSDS students and processing new graduate student applications. The future Academic Program Coordinator will also create and revise the MSDS handbook along with coordinating fall orientation for MSDS students.
The Academic Program Coordinator should also have an associates degree in business, psychology, education or a related field. They should also have one to three years of experience in a related administrative field. It is also recommended that they have strong customer service skills and the ability to handle time-sensitive and confidential information.
To learn more about the College of Natural Science, visit natsci.msu.edu. To apply for the position, please submit a resume, cover letter and three references on the MSU Careers Website by July 25.
This week’s featured job is the Operations Accelerator Engineer for the Facility for Rare Isotope Beams (posting 86055). The Facility for Rare Isotope Beams (FRIB) is a center for researchers at all career stages to make discoveries regarding rare isotopes and nuclear astrophysics and their impact on medicine, homeland security, and industry.
This position will serve the Facility for Rare Isotope Beams by monitoring major facility equipment, responding to emergency situations and operating ion sources, accelerators, and beam transport lines on a rotating shift schedule. The future Operations Accelerator Engineer will also monitor high-power RF machines while assisting physicists in setting up and performing experiments.
The Operations Accelerator Engineer should have a Bachelor’s degree in Systems or Computer Science, Engineering or Physics. They should also have one to three years of related experience. Recommended skills include the ability to troubleshoot and assess issues, strong written and verbal communication skills and proficiency in Microsoft suites.
To learn more about the Facility for Rare Isotope Beams, visit frib.msu.edu. To apply for the position, please submit a resume and cover letter on the MSU Careers Website by July 16.
This week our featured job is an Office Coordinator position through the MSU College of Law Office of Advancement (posting 863014). The College of Law has more than 650 students, 55 faculty members, 50 staff members, five librarians, and a world-wide network of some 11,500 alumni. MSU Law is characterized by an open, collaborative environment, a wide range of hands-on learning opportunities, and an exceptional curriculum for students.
This position will serve the College of Law by providing administrative support, managing data and communication projects and assisting with advancement events. The future Advancement Office Coordinator will also provide support for donor identification, manage the college’s endowment and scholarship accounts and assist fundraising staff. Nights and weekends may be required on occasion.
The Advancement Office Coordinator should have one to three years of related work experience and knowledge of the legal field. Top candidates should be able to work well in a dynamic, fast-paced role that regularly interacts with key alumni and supporters of the College of Law and University. It is also recommended that they have high level analytical skills and knowledge of legal databases.
To learn about the MSU College of Law, visit law.msu.edu. To apply for the position, please submit a resume and cover letter on the MSU Careers Website by July 11.
This week, our featured job is a Business Manager position through the Office of the Registrar (posting 874223). The Office of the Registrar is part of the Department of Enrollment Management and Academic Strategic Planning, which works alongside campus leaders to solicit feedback, develop an academic master plan and assist other colleges with strategic planning.
This position will serve the Office of the Registrar by overseeing budget management, human resources and monitoring personnel policies. The future business manager will also process office expenditures, manage the hiring process full-time and ensure consistency to maintain a positive work environment for all. Find a list of all responsibilities on the MSU Careers website.
The future Business Manager should possess a four-year degree in a business related field, approximately 5-8 years of relevant experience and strong written/verbal communication skills. It is also preferred that they have experience with union work and the support staff disciplinary process.
To learn more about Enrollment Management and Academic Strategic Planning at MSU, visit provost.msu.edu. To apply for the position, please submit a resume, cover letter and three professional references on the MSU Careers website by June 27.
This week, we are featuring a job posting from the Office of Health Sciences for a faculty Healthcare Recruiter (posting 870779). The Office of Health Sciences catalyzes the efforts of all health sciences across Michigan State University by promoting health through patient care, education and research.
This position will operate within the health sciences clinical departments in collaboration with the Deans and Department Chairs of the College of Human Medicine, College of Nursing and College of Osteopathic Medicine to identify, recruit and hire faculty. They will also work with department heads to evaluate employment offers, work with MSU HR to ensure competitive marketplace positioning and collaborate with business partners to issue offers and contracts. Find a list of all responsibilities on the MSU Careers Website.
The future Healthcare Recruiter should possess strong interpersonal skills and have at least five years of experience in healthcare recruitment. It is preferred that they have 1-2 years of experience in physician/provider recruitment.
To learn more about the Department of Health Sciences, visit healthsciences.msu.edu. To apply for this position, submit a letter of interest and resume here by June 13.
This week, we are featuring a posting from Institutional Space Planning and Management (ISPM) for a Space Management Coordinator (posting 865373). MSU’s ISPM provides leadership and guidance to Major Administrative Units to assist with the use and implementation of the space policy and utilization of space and facilities.
This position will have a focus on space planning and management for the units that report to the Office of Health Sciences: the Colleges of Human Medicine, Nursing, and Osteopathic Medicine as well as MSU Health Care. Working with representatives from these units, the Space Management Coordinator will address current space issues or problems, assist with identifying future space needs in alignment with program goals, develop program statements and space analyses, and more.This position also participates in the formulation of space policies, space planning guidelines, and metrics at the University and unit levels.
The future Space Management Coordinator should be a self-starter with a four-year degree in space management, data management, planning, architecture, organizational behavior, engineering, or a related field. Applicants should also have 3–5 years of experience in space planning and programming, data collection and analysis; and interpreting maps, plats, and construction plans. The Space Management Coordinator should also have the ability to manage multiple projects from conception to completion in a decentralized environment; experience with CAFM applications; working knowledge of AutoCAD; and strong interpersonal and communication skills (oral and written) with a customer service orientation.
To learn more about ISPM, visit ispm.msu.edu. To apply for this position, prepare a resume and apply here by June 13.
This week, we are featuring a posting from the Department of Athletics for a Director of Social Media – Athletics / Communications Manager II/S (posting 865542). MSU’s Department of Athletics gathers and engages their community to teach, support and celebrate student-athletes in their quest for excellence.
This position is part of Spartan Vision, the strategic content creation and brand development team of Michigan State Athletics. The Director of Social Media is responsible for developing and implementing plans for department-wide social media use and advising the department on best strategies. As a key member of MSU Athletics, the Director of Social Media will be able to showcase their skills and creativity, while contributing to the growth and success of the organization.
The future Director of Social Media should be a highly motivated individual with a four-year degree in Communications, Digital Media or a relevant field. Applicants should also have 3–5 years of experience in managing social media, public and media relations; composing, editing and publication production; and/or marketing advertising and creative services. The Director of Social Media should also have excellent communication skills as well as proficiencies in Adobe Creative Suite (Premiere, Photoshop), Microsoft Office (Word, Outlook), and project management tools.
To learn more about the Department of Athletics, visit msuspartans.com. To apply for this position, prepare a resume and apply here by June 13.
This week, we are featuring a posting from the College Of Human Medicine for an Assistant Director of Alumni Relations/College Alumni Coordinator (posting 863254). MSU’s College of Human Medicine is committed to educating exemplary physicians and scholars, discovering and disseminating new knowledge, and providing service at home and abroad.
This position oversees and implements alumni engagement efforts for the College of Human Medicine. The Assistant Director of Alumni Relations is responsible for executing a strategic framework to build relationships with alumni in key markets and building programs that keep alumni networked with their peers and the College community. The role also oversees the college alumni board and assists with strategies to increase involvement and charitable participation in funding priorities.
The future Assistant Director of Alumni Relations should have an exceptional work ethic and extensive experience in collaboration along with a four-year college degree. The Assistant Director should also have 1–3 years of work experience in the planning and production of institutional events, contractor and vendor contract negotiations, developing event budget reports, volunteer management, and a working knowledge of the principles and practices of alumni and/or volunteer engagement. The position should have demonstrated success in working with a high volume of constituents in key markets, strong organizational skills, and must be goal-oriented with the ability to work both independently and as a team.To learn more about the College of Human Medicine, visit humanmedicine.msu.edu. To apply for this position, prepare a resume, cover letter and apply here by June 6.