Associate Director, Executive Career Development
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ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR, EXECUTIVE CAREER DEVELOPMENT, Sloan School of Management-Career Development Office (CDO)-Executive Career Development Team (ECDT), to oversee and drive all career education planning, curriculum design, and delivery for the Sloan Fellows MBA (SFMBA) and Executive MBA (EMBA) degree programs, alumni, and future executive MBA degree programs; and deliver group workshops and one-on-one advising. Will design and deliver group workshops and advising for the SFMBA population, iterate and deliver Self Lab (a workshop allowing students to reflect on and establish goals and align them to their curriculum and career development strategy/plans), and facilitate industry subgroups; design and build an online career development curriculum; partner with the ECDT director to develop, own, and manage annual program planning; and work with program coordinators to oversee management of career workshops, panels, etc., delivered by the ECDT or selected third-parties.
A full job description is available at http://web.mit.edu/sloan-hr/jobs/Associate%20Director%20-%20Executive%20Career%20Dev.pdf.
REQUIRED: B.A./B.S.; at least three years’ career services experience; proven ability to work with executives; knowledge of the career development process; program design and delivery experience and a curriculum design background in career education; knowledge of markets and interest in understanding talent trends; experience coaching/advising executives on career transitions; discretion with confidential information/issues; and ability to engage, develop key relationships with, and present to senior-level executives and to develop and manage programs and deliver against key performance indices.
PREFERRED: MBA or graduate degree in business, HR, organizational development, education, or related area; understanding of the higher education landscape and knowledge of executive-level MBA education, executive talent management, and development of typical executive career paths; experience building online programming in Canvas; and experience working with international executives/environments. Evening/night work will be required due to programming, as will travel to an annual conference. Job #18819-8
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