The Swearer Center for Public Service at Brown University is seeking an Executive Assistant who serves as the primary administrative support to the Vice President for Community Engagement. The position has an in-depth understanding of the Vice President's role and responsibilities including institutional engagement, serving as the Stark Family Executive Director of the Swearer Center, and relationships with external communities. The Executive Assistant supports the effective and efficient execution of those responsibilities, provides administrative support, and contributes to special projects as assigned by the Vice President or direct supervisor. They may also fulfill administrative support needs for the Associate Vice President of Government and Community Relations. The Executive Assistant performs several key functions including relationship management, project management, scheduling, and other logistics such as expenses and travel. The ideal candidate is customer service-focused, detail-oriented, resourceful, organized, efficient, proactive, self-motivated, and committed to social justice. For more information about this role, click here. Anyone considering this position may be interested in Brown's Diversity and Inclusion Action Plan, generous moving and other benefits, as well as life in Providence.
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The Swearer Center hosts several semester-long residencies for practitioners in a variety of fields. Please click the links below to learn more about the application process and deadlines.
The Swearer Center at Brown University offers a semester-long part-time residency program for leading community engagement practitioners who live in the Greater Providence area. This program is intended for distinguished and emerging leaders who are looking for room to reflect, build deeper connections with Brown University, explore academic and research insights and pursue new ideas in their areas of interest. The program is grounded in the Swearer Center’s belief that practitioners are co-creators of knowledge and offers an opportunity to share knowledge while developing new networks of local community leaders and thinkers.
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