Wednesday, August 18, 2010
From Julian Juergensmeyer at Georgia State University:
Georgia State University's College of Law seeks highly qualified applicants to fill the position of Assistant Director in its Center for the Comparative Study of Metropolitan Growth.
The Assistant Director with work with the Center's Directors, affiliated faculty and staff, to refine the Center' strategic mission, communicating and elevating the Center's profile in Atlanta, in Georgia, and internationally; engage in communications and fundraising activities related to center programs, and serve as a liaison between the Center and entities engaged in similar work within Georgia State University and beyond. The Assistant Director will also oversee and execute the day-today administration of the Center's activities.
An application, résumé, cover letter and three professional references are required for consideration. Applications must be submitted online at http://jobs.gsu.edu. When applying please reference position vacancy # 0601513. Applicant reviews will begin immediately and interviews will be conducted until the position is filled. An offer of employment will be contingent upon the successful completion of background verification.
Part of a comprehensive research university, the College of Law is a dynamic urban-centered law school located in the heart of Atlanta with approximately 650 full- and part-time law students. Georgia State University, a unit of the University System of Georgia, is an equal opportunity educational institution and an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer.
Jamie Baker Roskie
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