ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR, JAMEEL WORLD EDUCATION LAB (J-WEL)-MEMBERSHIP MANAGEMENT, Office of Digital Learning (ODL), to oversee and ensure the success of three J-WEL memberships--one in pK12 education, one in higher education, and one in workplace learning. These memberships will bring together partner organizations, identify research agenda, provide funding for research, and share findings and capacity build among members. Will lead a team in developing and delivering a holistic, integrated array of educational opportunities for the full membership of the lab. Specific responsibilities include establishing a vision for J-WEL memberships; shaping the lab's product and service portfolio, including online and in-person events; supporting agreement finalization; managing member governance and relations; planning and delivering outreach activities; managing long-term member relations and member communications; ensuring financial targets are met; and delivering strong operations. Will report to the associate dean for digital learning and head of the Jameel World Education Lab (J-WEL).
REQUIRED: undergraduate degree (advanced degree strongly preferred); at least ten years of relevant experience, ideally managing memberships and/or customer relationships and experience in higher education; a proven history of critical, strategic, and innovative thinking; strong interpersonal and relationship skills; ability to move from vision to strategy to operations; excellent communication skills; and a commitment to diversity and inclusion. Seek a self-starter who operates successfully in a dynamic and collaborative environment. Management experience strongly preferred. Job #14729-Q
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