ACADEMIC PROGRAM ADMINISTRATOR, School of Public Health, Environmental Health
Location: BOSTON, Massachusetts
Internal Number: 22500343031003
Serves as primary Department contact for faculty and students regarding BU and Department policies and procedures relating to curriculum, grading, competencies, registration, course remediation, integrative learning experiences, and other academic matters. Tracks students' academic progress, and report results to SPH registrar and program/certificate directors. Works with Chair and program/certificate directors to assign advisors for students. Manages TA process
Serves as liaison to SPH central support offices (admissions, alumni, career services, graduate student life, admissions, professional and academic advising, teaching and digital learning). Collects and analyzes data and reports for Department and program use.
Manages program communications, including weekly emails, concentrator's guide, fliers, event programs, and department sections of SPH bulletin and brochures.
Supports program recruitment efforts by meeting with prospective student visitors, representing BUSPH at external events, and communicating with prospective students via email.
Collaborates with Departmental Administrative Coordinator to foster student, alumni, and departmental culture by conceiving and implementing new student orientation, certificate information sessions, seminars, training sessions for faculty, students and staff, certificate programming, ILE meetings, and social events.
Manages all communications for the Department, including the website, videos, and postings to social media. Partners with Communications to promote recent EH faculty publications and to develop outreach strategies. Maintains a database of EH presentations and publications.
Bachelor's degree required along with 1 to 3 years of experience.
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