Associate Director, Progamming and Advising

Massachusetts, United States
22 Apr 2020
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22 Jun 2020
Contract Type
Full Time

Working at MIT offers opportunities, an environment, a culture  and benefits that just aren’t found together anywhere else. If you’re curious, motivated, want to be part of a unique community, and help shape the future then take a look at this opportunity.

ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR, PROGRAMMING AND ADVISING, Sloan School of Management-Sloan Fellows MBA (SFMBA), to design and deliver group workshops and advising for the SFMBA population, which includes iterating and delivering Self Lab and facilitating industry subgroups. Self Lab is a workshop program that allows SFMBA students to reflect on, establish, and align their goals to their curriculum and career development strategy and plans. Will design and build an online career development curriculum to enable a structured/self-pace program which will be piloted with the SFMBAs and later expanded to any new blended executive MBA degree program; create and deliver workshops for the SFMBAs on career and other resources available to students as well as on tactical topics that help students create effective branding, networking, and execution plans; provide one-on-one career advising to the SFMBAs and Alumni; partner with the ECDT director to develop, own, and manage annual program planning across all three populations covered by the ECDT, including working with the primary ECDT staff member for each degree population to ensure that the program strategy is clear and designed to meet the specific career needs of each respective population; work closely with the SFMBA and EMBA program coordinator to oversee management of all career workshops, panels, etc.; collaborate with the CDO marketing team to develop engaging program descriptions. 

Job Requirements

REQUIRED: bachelor’s degree (MBA preferred); at least three years’ career services experience; experience coaching and advising executives on career transitions; knowledge of the career development process; program design and delivery experience with curriculum design background in career education; market savvy and interest in understanding talent trends; and discretion and judgment with confidential information/issues.  Job #18490-8

Evening/night work will be required due to programming, as will travel to an annual conference.

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