We are seeking a Corporate Engagement Lead for Education. The Corporate Engagement Lead for Education for the Johns Hopkins University's (JHU) Whiting School Engineering (WSE) supports the Engineering for Professionals (EP) and Lifelong Learning (LL) divisions to establish relationships with industry partners and build programs targeted for the working professional—early-mid career technical professionals and executives. Areas for consideration include custom degree and certificate corporate partner programs, executive education programs, experiential and technical workshops, extended-day boot camps, and webinars. The Whiting School engages in multiple delivery modalities—face-to-face (at JHU locations as well as on-site), asynchronous and synchronous online, and hybrid approaches—for individual or cohort participation.
Reporting directly to the WSE Senior Director for Corporate Engagement, with dotted-line responsibilities to the WSE Associate Dean of Engineering for Professionals and the WSE Associate Dean for Lifelong Learning, the Corporate Engagement Lead for Education will collaborate with the WSE Office of Marketing & Communications, the WSE Office of Research and Translation, EP Program Chairs, and LL Academic Portfolio Managers. The Corporate Engagement Lead for Education employs creativity, persistence, diligence, and strong organizational skills. The position location is a combination of on- and off-site, as needed. A substantial amount of time engaged with industry is expected. Some travel is also expected.
Specific Duties & Responsibilities
Develop and implement corporate engagement strategy.
Follow-up on corporate engagement leads for WSE EP and LL.
Generate new business-to-business (B2B) leads.
Develop industry-tailored marketing material.
Lead internal and external corporate engagement communication activities.
Participate in customer discovery into corporate and working professional education wants and needs; translate insights gained to identify program offerings and delivery approaches.
Participate in competitive analysis research to inform EP and LL offerings.
Coordinate concepts with respective EP Program Chairs for development and delivery of offerings that complement the EP master's programs/certificates with anticipation that specific offerings may be developed and delivered through the respective Program Chairs.
Coordinate concepts with respective LL Academic Portfolio Managers for development and delivery of offerings.
Attend industry professional association events.
Network with learning and talent development professionals in the industry and peers at other educational institutions.
Hand off corporate engagement leads to respective academic leaders when appropriate.
Participate on JHU/WSE corporate engagement committees.
Other duties as assigned.
Special Skills, Knowledge & Abilities
Strategic and innovative thinker who can bring the creativity, energy, discipline, and commitment needed to turn strategy into action.
Strong verbal and written communication skills that demonstrate the capacity to present a compelling case, persuade, engage, and excite others.
Careful attention to detail, superior organizational skills, ability to work under pressure and meet deadlines, and to handle multiple projects simultaneously and autonomously.
Highly collaborative team player: one who respects others and is worthy of respect in return and demonstrates excellent people skills.
Ability to engage with senior corporate and government HR as well as learning and talent development leadership nationwide and globally.
Willingness to spend a significant amount of time on travel.
Leader who is known for having high ethical standards and integrity.
Master's Degree in Business, Engineering, management, or education fields.
5 years of related experience business development, marketing experience in education and/or experience in a university-corporate engagement role, on either the university or industry side.
Demonstrated familiarity with the mission and vision of the WSE, EP, and LL initiatives.
Classified Title: Business Development Consultant Working Title: Corporate Engagement Lead for Education Role/Level/Range: ATP/04/PF Starting Salary Range: $71,230 - $97,880 (Commensurate with experience) Schedule: 37.5. Monday - Friday Exempt Status: Exempt Location: Hybrid/Homewood Campus Department name: WSE Office of Research Personnel area: Whiting School of Engineering
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