Assistant Director, Events & Programs (Boehly Center for Excellence in Finance)

Location:  Alan B. Miller Hall; Williamsburg Virginia
Contact:  Mason HR - [[w|masonhr]]

Full Description
The Boehly Center for Excellence in Finance is part of the Raymond A. Mason School of Business at William & Mary. The Center benefits from an exceptionally talented and motivated student body, offering students a vastly enriching experience as they prepare for careers of principled achievement in finance. Leadership opportunities for members include our four student-run clubs: the Howard J. Busbee Finance Academy, the Mason Investment Club, Women in Business, and Smart Woman Securities. In addition, the Center offers advanced financial training, career exploration, networking, and experiential learning through financial firm-sponsored competitions and events, and through industry leader- and dedicated faculty-taught courses. The Center capitalizes on William & Mary’s small size by offering uniquely personalized programs, including alumni mentor matching and advising.

The Boehly Center Assistant Director, Events & Programs will support the Center by coordinating events and supporting signature programs for students, alumni, and employers interested or working in the financial services industry. Events include but are not limited to the logistics, operations, marketing, and execution of: From DoG Street to Wall Street, Educational Treks, Study Abroad, Mentor Programs, Financial Literacy Program, Club Officer Trainings, Case Competitions, Peer Mentorship, Training the Street, Cognitir, etc. The position will focus on logistical planning and execution of events with the support of the Administrative Project Coordinator to coordinate speakers, event registration, catering, parking, vendors, reminders, etc. In addition, the position will help to manage and track data in the Boehly Center Incentive Program with the support of student workers. 

This position is responsible for assisting the Executive Director and Associate Director of Academic Engagement to advance the mission of the Boehly Center and to assist with the future success of our students, including alumni, industry professionals, corporate partners, and employers. This position will also require constructive collaboration with various internal constituencies with whom the Boehly Center works closely, including students, faculty, Advancement (Development and Alumni Relations), the Undergraduate Business Program office, vendors, and the Cohen Career Center. 

The Raymond A. Mason School of Business at William & Mary values diversity and strongly supports Equity and Inclusion as part of our core values. Because of that belief, it is the duty of all employees of the Mason School to ensure they promote DE&I efforts through their work as part of their primary responsibilities. This includes, but is not limited to, making efforts to share opportunities with all populations, being respectful in interactions with all people, and holding others to the standards set forth by the Mason School of Business. Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion is the responsibility of the whole community and we strive to create a place of shared harmony and belonging for all.
Required Qualifications

 • Bachelor’s degree in a related field or equivalent combination of education, training and experience
 • Experience in event support, preferably two years
 • Strong organizational and time management skills 
 • Ability to communicate clearly, accurately and persuasively, orally and in writing
 • Demonstrate technical skills and proficient in Microsoft Office, database management platforms and data analysis
 • Ability to work with various constituencies to accomplish goals and objectives

Preferred Qualifications

• Master’s degree in a related field or an equivalent combination of education, training and/or experience
• Experience in the Higher Education environment
• Experience with systems similar to America To Go, Banner, Chrome River, Box

Pay Range:

$29,038 to $44,674, Commensurate with Experience and Equity