Career Opportunities

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Why work for UC Davis?

UC Davis is a place with a purpose. Whether caring for human and animal health, addressing issues in the changing environment, cultivating and protecting food systems, or enriching lives through art and intellectual exploration, we are united in our understanding that cutting-edge innovation and open minds will increase the quality of life for all.

The UC Davis Graduate School of Management offers graduate business programs at four prime locations across Northern California as well as online. Our programs are consistently ranked among the best in the United States and internationally.

We invite you to apply to join our team.

Below are current career opportunities at the Graduate School of Management that may be available at this time.

Program Manager - Sacramento Part-Time MBA

STDT SVC ADVISOR 2

Job Summary

Under the direction of the Director of Student & Academic Services, provide leadership and support for the MBA program, including events and activities supporting MBA recruiting, admissions and programming. Provide advice and guidance to diverse students, faculty, staff alumni, applicants, company representatives and the general public regarding MBA policies & procedures, deadlines and events. Act as a primary source of information and communication for MBA prospects and current students in Sacramento.

Associate Director of Admissions - Bay Area Part-Time MBA

ADMISSIONS RECRMT SPEC 3

Job Summary

The Associate Director of Admissions has management responsibility for the efficient and successful execution of a comprehensive MBA recruiting program for the express purpose of converting MBA prospects into applicants and admits into students. Responsible for overall recruitment strategy, relationship management and meeting enrollment targets for the UC Davis MBA program in the Greater San Francisco Bay Area.

The MBA is the GSM's flagship degree program and generates $15 million in annual revenues for the GSM. This individual is responsible for student enrollments for one of three MBA programs.

Director of Administration and Human Resources

ADMIN MGR 1

Job Summary

Under the general direction of the Senior Assistant Dean for Finance and Administration, the Director of Administration and Human Resources is responsible for administrative management by providing high-level consultation, leadership, analysis, advice, planning and management for the Graduate School of Management (GSM). The Director will take into account the overall best interests of the School by working with other units to ensure the best and highest use of the School's resources. This position serves as direct resource and advisor to GSM Senior Leadership, department supervisors and staff assisting within the functional areas of administrative support, including human resources, staff development and training, payroll, procurement, accounting and financial services, travel, grant management, facilities management.

Online MBA Program Manager

PROJECT POLICY ANL 3

Job Summary

The Online Program Manager provides operational planning and execution of online MBA student programming. Serves as lead contact for

online MBA student body. Exercises oversight of student events, residential experiences, and online MBA student organizations (including leadership/government). Responsible for supporting the operations of successful program delivery with the overall functional focus on student experience. This is a full-time position, reporting to the Online MBA Program Coordinator.