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For its Policy & Accreditation Unit, RSM is currently recruiting a
RSM Development Officer (0,8/1,0 fte)
The Policy & Accreditation unit supports the Executive Board of the school in the areas of institutional development, quality assurance, accreditations and rankings. RSM is formulating a number of projects to further develop and give substance to its new strategy, ranging from the pursuit of new institutional partnerships to the introduction of a new faculty model, the development of new and the improvement of existing programs, and others. The goal of these projects is to bring the school to a next level in its development phase, and to further establish it as a leader among mission-driven business schools in Europe and beyond.
The development officer will engage in projects, often as project lead and/or coordinator, help formulate project goals and outcomes, manage project resources and timelines, involve stakeholders, and help to produce deliverables. He/she will carry out his/her tasks in close consultation with the Dean of RSM and members of the RSM Executive Board. Other stakeholders include the directors in the RSM business portfolio, the policy director and colleagues in the Policy & Accreditation Unit. The officer will report to hierarchically to the Dean of Faculty.
The successful candidate for this position should possess the following qualifications:
·Master’s degree in a relevant area with accompanying high level analytical skills;
·Minimum of 2 years working experience in a relevant position (e.g. in consultancy / project management);
·Experience in an international environment with accompanying international mindset and capabilities;
·Experience in the Higher Education / Business Education market would be considered an advantage;
·Excellent command of both English (C1) and Dutch (C1), both verbally and in written communication;
·Experience in data management and in the use of office software, including Excel, Powerpoint and similar packages.
The successful candidate would:
·Possess advanced project development & management skills;
·Be able to successfully function in a complex organization and navigate political sensitivities and conflict of interest;
·Be a team player and have an open, professional attitude, able to both receive and give professional feedback;
·Be pro-active and take initiatives to continuously improve policy and processes;
·Achieve results and get things done, also under time pressure, by being persuasive and/or decisive, depending on what the situation calls for;
·Possess excellent advisory skills to counsel various stakeholders on a variety of issues at various levels in the organisation;
·Have excellent verbal and written communication skills.
The conditions of employment correspond with the collective labour agreement for Dutch Universities (CAO NU).
Salary is subject to training and experience and may vary from a minimum of € 2709 gross per month and up to a maximum of € 4274 gross per month (scale 10 CAO NU), based on a full-time contract of 38 hours.
Erasmus University has attractive employment conditions, which include a holiday allowance of 8 per cent, an end-of-year bonus of 8.3 per cent, and a considerate amount of vacation days. More information is available at https://www.eur.nl/en/working/eur-employer.