Washington University Law CERL
  Center for Empirical Research in the Law
 


Board Diversity Project Manager
A joint research study conducted by professors in the Olin Business School and Washington University School of Law requires the assistance of a project manager. The research study involves an analysis of corporate board composition/diversity and corporate governance metrics. Interested candidates should possess exceptional interpersonal, communication, and management skills, as well as keen attention to detail. Additionally, the project manager will conduct training for individuals responsible for data entry and troubleshoot issues. Applicants will communicate regularly with the project leads and representatives from the Center for Empirical Research in the Law (CERL). Interest or experience in the field of corporate law or corporate governance is a plus, but is not required. The project manager position is eligible for pay (work-study, research assistant, etc.) or academic credit depending on eligibility.

Please complete the below survey for consideration. ADDITIONALLY, candidates must also submit a cover letter describing their interest in the position and a resume to cerl@law.wustl.edu for consideration.

CANDIDATE INFORMATION
Full Name
Contact Email
Day Phone


SHORT ANSWER
Why are you interested in the project manager position?


What do you think are the three most important attributes of an effective manager?


What experience would you bring to this position?


What skills would you bring to this position?


Please briefly describe your approach to organization and time management.


What methods would you use to coordinate work among a team of several individuals?


How many hours per week would you be available to work during the semester?


We anticipate a large amount of work during the summer months; what is your availability over the summer?


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