The Clemson Institute for the Study of Capitalism (CISC) at Clemson University invites nominations and applications for an Assistant Director. The Assistant Director oversees the day-to-day operations of the CISC and the Lyceum Scholars Program, is responsible for implementing, managing, and growing CISC programs and events and coordinates fundraising activities.
The Clemson Institute is America’s premier university-based teaching and research center dedicated to exploring the moral foundations of capitalism. The CISC also administers the Lyceum Scholars Program, which is a Great Books program dedicated to exploring the history of liberty, capitalism, the American Founding and the principles of moral character.
- Directs, manages, and administers the daily operations of the CISC
- Coordinates and manages lecture series and conferences
- Oversees the Lyceum Program, including marketing, recruitment, website and application process, admissions, communication with students, and selection of Lyceum scholars, financial aid scholarship award payment, etc.
- Oversees, creates, and supervises all student-oriented programs, which includes reading/discussion groups and social activities
- Manages CISC public communications (e.g., newsletters, social media, website) and visual content production (e.g., promotional videos)
- Assists with the recruiting, interviewing, training, supervision, and evaluation of employees
- Oversees publication program
- Gathers, analyzes, and edits information for various operational projects
- Works with University staff, vendors, students, and general public
- Coordinates fundraising efforts
- Identifies and contacts potential donors
- Prepares grant proposals
- Works with CU Development Office
- Oversees donor management