The Design Program Manager plays a key role in supporting Keller’s design/design thinking activities. The Design Program Manager will direct the Tiger Challenge, a program in which students tackle complex societal issues in partnership with community partners and advisors. All teams in the Tiger Challenge use design thinking, a methodology that unlocks empathy, creativity, and collaboration. The Design Program Manager will lead and direct the 10-week immersive Tiger Challenge summer experience by building upon the existing curriculum. Additionally, the design program manager will serve as point of contact and support Tiger Challenge student teams throughout the year. The incumbent in this role will serve as a point of contact to other campus partners interested in learning more about design thinking and may support this interest through collaborative work or workshops etc. The Design program manager will be responsible for the visioning, execution and administration of these initiatives.
The ideal candidate would combine design thinking expertise with empathy, expert communication skills, curiosity, creativity and experience working with diverse populations ranging from students, faculty, to campus and community partners. The candidate in this role will need to build on the tremendous legacy of the Tiger Challenge program to date and move it into its next phase of growth.
A cover letter is required to be considered.
Tiger Challenge Summer Immersive Experience
Tiger Challenge Academic Year Support for Tiger Challenge Teams
Design Thinking Point of contact for broader campus community
Manage Tiger Challenge Associates
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