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ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR, RECRUITMENT/ADMISSIONS, REGIONAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP ACCELERATION PROGRAM (REAP), Sloan School of Management, to serve as a core team member sharing oversight of key programs and initiatives of MIT REAP. Will manage program and new client development, coordinate events and workshops, develop new and ongoing initiatives, and recruit for program fellowships. Responsibilities will include independently developing, refining, and implementing targeted client recruitment strategies to increase the number of leads by 100% and application yield for the program by 30-50%; working closely with communications and marketing team members to design, execute, and measure the effectiveness of marketing campaigns for lead generation; proactively engaging with leads and tracking their activities to inform them of the value of the program; refining communication with prospective clients, monitoring team formation progress and synthesizing progress through bi-weekly reports for director; developing the processes and data inputs for internal CRM and refining the leads process to ensure increased applicant numbers and consistent quality in applicants; assessing lead potential by vetting all incoming leads and managing a strong pipeline at all stages of development; representing MIT REAP at meetings with foreign delegations visiting MIT and presenting MIT REAP frameworks and solutions at internal/external conferences and events; and informing MIT REAP faculty leadership about new leads development.
- Bachelor’s Degree
- At least three years’ related experience
- Experience in the entrepreneurial community through either starting a business or working with startup support organizations
- Strong Microsoft Office and Adobe Creative Suite proficiency
- Excellent communication skills for executive-level client management
- Experience working with a team in international development program/project management
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