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Reporting to the Dean of Experiential Learning and Student Success, the Director of the Carlyse and Arthur A. Ciocca ’59 Center for Business, Ethics, and Society (Ciocca Center) will provide strategic and operational management of Holy Cross’s co curricular business programs. The mission of the Ciocca Center is to foster a distinctively liberal arts approach to the study of business and its role in society and to provide opportunities for students to develop the technical and applied skills, entrepreneurial spirit, and strong ethical framework that will enable them to become principled leaders and critically engaged citizens of a world deeply shaped by business. The Director of the Ciocca Center will provide vision and leadership to advance the Ciocca Center’s mission and will oversee the strategic and operational dimensions of the Center’s work including the Business Certificate Programs and associated workshops, student clubs affiliated with the Center, the Entrepreneurship and Innovation Program, alumni and business community outreach, and other Center programming.
Major Areas of Responsibility:
Oversight of Ciocca Center Co Curricular Business Programming
- In consultation with the Dean of Experiential Learning and Student Success establish the scope and priorities for business related co curricular programming at the College;
- Oversee the strategic design and operational implementation of all components affiliated with the Center and serve as the external face of the Center;
- Oversee the design and implementation of all Business Certificate Programs offered by the Ciocca Center;
- Oversee the Entrepreneurship and Innovation Program:
- Hire and supervise the entrepreneur in residence (EIR);
- Support the EIR in designing programming;
- Serve as an advisor for students pursuing business interests;
- Develop opportunities to engage the campus community in dialogue about the role of business in society and related ethical, political and economic issues.