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National Fellowships, adjunct Director

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The adjunct Director of National Fellowships in the Flatley Center for Undergraduate Scholarly Engagement (CUSE) will be part of the leadership abilities team for a dynamic team of professionals who inspire and enable Notre Dame undergraduates to pursue transformative and impactful scholarly engagement practices, including undergraduate research and applications for national fellowships such as the Rhodes Scholarship, the Fulbright U.S. Student Program, and the Truman Scholarship.
The adjunct Director's primary responsibility will be superviseing CUSE's national fellowships initiative. The adjunct Director will lead the team that identifies, recruits, mentors, prepares, and otherwise supports potential fellowship candidates, which will include supervision of the National Fellowships Program Coordinator. The adjunct Director will also implement innovative recruitment strategies; undertake campus outreach; enhance fellowships administrative procedures and advising plans; cultivate additional participation and collaboration with faculty, academic programs, and departments; and critically assess the performance of the national fellowships initiative.
The adjunct Director will report to the Paul and Maureen Stefanick Director of CUSE.
## Minimum Qualifications
Bachelor's degree and one year of practice with fellowships advising.
The prosperous candidate must be able to effectively manage multiple projects simultaneously with minimal supervision, which will involve excellent organizational and time management expertise along with the capability to consistently meet deadlines and strategically prioritize time-sensitive tasks. The prosperous candidate must also possess the capability to effectively engage with a variety of constituencies, including students, alumni, faculty, staff, administrators, fellowships program agents, and benefactors. In addition, the prosperous candidate must have a demonstrated commitment to diversity and inclusion in higher education. Highly effective oral and written communication, interpersonal, and problem-solving expertise are essential. The prosperous candidate must be willing and able to contribute to a collegial, collaborative, and dynamic work environment. The capability to exercise a high degree of diplomacy, discretion, and confidentiality is vital. Proficiency in Microsoft Office and the Google Apps suite is also necessary.
## Preferred Qualifications
Graduate degree and three years of practice with fellowships advising. Recipient of national fellowship. Proven record of prosperous national fellowships results. managery practice.
*listing title:* National Fellowships, adjunct Director
*Department:* CUSE-Ctr Undergrad Scholarly Enggmt (38058)
*Department Website:* cuse.nd.edu
*Family / Sub-Family:* Academic Aff / Prgrm Admin_Other
*Career Stream/Level:* EIC 2 Professional
*Department Hiring Pay Range:* $41,417 - $47,000
*Pay ID:* Semi-Monthly
*FLSA Status:* S1 - FT Exempt
*Job Job Category:* Administrator/Professional
*Employment Type:* Full-time
*Schedule: Days of Week & Hours:* Monday-Friday, 8:30am-5pm Occasional evenings and weekends
*Schedule: Hours/Week:* 40
*Schedule: # of months:* 12
*Job Posting Date (Campus):* 12/05/2017
*Job Posting Date (Public):* 12/05/2017
*Job Closing Date:* 01/16/2018
*Posting Type:* Open To All candidates
*Posting Number:* S17855
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