New York University’s Stern School of Business has an exciting opportunity for an Associate Director, Corporate Relations in our Career Services Office. The Associate Director will work with the Director to develop short and long-term strategic plans for the Corporate Relations team. S/he will liaise with key internal stakeholders to ensure a holistic approach to corporate outreach, translating each team’s business needs for the corporate environment and identify opportunities for organizations to engage with faculty, students and staff. S/he will coach companies on the most effective ways to partner with the school, manage a calendar of on-site corporate visits, and engage in business development for new prospective partners. The Associate Director will also work in partnership with student leaders to solicit corporate sponsorship and speakers for student activities.
The selected candidate will have a bachelor’s degree and 5 years' relevant professional experience in client management, business development, marketing experience, fund raising or an equivalent combination. Superb writing, public speaking, interpersonal and organizational skills are required. A proven ability to cultivate productive relationships is also essential. Experience with Salesforce is preferred.
New York University Stern School of Business, located in Greenwich Village, is one of the nation’s premier management education schools and research centers. We offer a collegial and supportive culture, an excellent benefits package, which includes NYU tuition reimbursement for self and eligible family members, flexible work program for eligible employees, generous vacation, health, dental and pension plans. For more information about working at NYU and to apply for this position online (Posting #: 2018-4468), please visit our web site at: http://www.nyu.edu/about/careers-at-nyu.html. In your cover letter, please indicate where you learned about this opportunity. We accept online applications only.
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