The Director of Open Enrollment Programs for SC Johnson College of Business Executive Education reports to the Executive Director of Open Enrollment and Online Learning, and is responsible for ensuring overall success of a portfolio of open-enrollment programs. This program role has P&L responsibility and collaboratively manages a matrix of Marketing & Sales, Corporate Relations, Program Delivery, Enrollment and Admissions Services.
There are presently (2017) two core open enrollment programs for the School of Hotel Administration: the Professional Development Program (PDP) and the General Managers Program (GMP). There are presently (2017) two open enrollment programs for the Dyson School which are part of the Food Industry Management Program (FIMP) and the Tax School. The position would play a leadership role on these existing programs and also help lead the launch of new programs across the College.
Bachelor's degree required. Strongly prefer a minimum of eight years of full-time management or professional experience beyond the Bachelor's degree, or equivalent combination of education and experience. Preferably areas of work in higher education, consulting services, learning and development or marketing/sales.
Strong organizational abilities with excellent communication skills. Ability to work independently and as part of a larger team with strong analytical abilities. Team player with an eye for detail and skills to collaborate with multiple teams in fast-paced, high-energy, often ambiguous, environment. Ability to balance sometimes competing needs to satisfaction of multiple shareholders with high expectations. Must have strong interest and the skills needed to understand intellectual content and how to leverage it to create value in the marketplace.
Customer-focused, with proven ability to develop trusting working relationships with colleagues and business partners. Strong leadership skills and great judgment, plus proven track record of bringing innovation and creativity to complex business issues required. Some evenings and weekends required; travel required.
Industry and/or academic experience in management development of open enrollment programs for executive education highly desirable. Experience with general business and hospitality industry desirable. Experience with international audience also desirable.
This position is not eligible for visa sponsorship.
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