This ad has been read by tens of thousands.
Hundreds have applied for the job.
I now have stacks of resumes featuring
gloriously misspelled words, horrid grammar,
pointless emotional gushing and
no answers to any of my questions.
Do you have sales experience? Were you any good at it? Are you a people person? Can you write? Wizard Academy is a nontraditional business school attended by some of the brightest minds on earth. Nobel prize winners. Engineers on the Space Shuttle project. Entrepreneurs of all descriptions. Are you capable of conceptualizing new classes, recruiting adjunct faculty to teach those classes, and then, most importantly, filling those classes with students? Our very successful non-profit (501c3) business school is 10 years old and situated on a fabulous 22 acre campus in Austin, Texas. This Vice Chancellor's position is essentially a highly sophisticated sales job. You will write a weekly newsletter to alumni, respond to their questions, sell corporate event planners on scheduling private planning retreats on our campus facilitated by our faculty, solicit donations, fill classes with students. Your performance will be measured by the dollars you bring into the school. You will have no staff, no ad budget. On the other hand, you'll have the email addresses of a few thousand alumni who love this place and a magnificent, 14-room student mansion you can use to house VIP guests. We have no interest in seeing your resume. We need to know if you can write and speak and sell. Send a one page proposal of no more than 800 words explaining why you are uniquely qualified to be our Vice Chancellor. What do you bring to the table? The job pays $60,000/yr. and you get to live in wonderful Austin, Texas. Apply by email to Tamara@WizardAcademy.org