Requisition #: A-58957-4
Status: Full Time
School: Bloomberg School of Public Health
Department/Program: Office of External Affairs
Location City: Baltimore
Location State: MD
Location Zip Code: 21205
Closing Date: Open until filled
To apply: apply.interfolio.com/58957
The Associate Dean for Communications is the senior-most executive responsible for communications, branding and public relations for the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, and serves as a member of the Dean's leadership team. The incumbent will be charged with shaping and advancing the School's message and brand throughout the School's internal community as well as across local, state, national and global communications. As a dynamic leader and change agent, the Associate Dean's goal will be to reinforce existing communications strengths and to further establish an innovative, substantive and proactive messaging platform.
As a strategic advisor, the Associate Dean will provide counsel and expertise in communications and marketing to the Dean and senior leadership of the School and work to advance the strategic priorities articulated in the School's newly announced strategy plan. This person will be responsible for setting and communicating the direction of the School's central communications team of twenty-six, with responsibilities for media relations, social media, content development and strategy, web services, creative services and internal communications. The Associate Dean will create a vision and strategic priorities that reflect the School's vision and mission and addresses target audiences and key stakeholders, as well as ensuring alignment and consistency of communications across the institution. The Associate Dean will also cultivate and sustain beneficial and collaborative relationships with internal and external stakeholders to advance the School's strategic communications priorities.
The Associate Dean for Communications will work closely with the Associate Dean for Development and Constituent Relations to maintain the strong collaborative working relationships between the two areas, guided by their shared focus on external affairs. This focus includes maintaining collaboration among the teams and for also creating a collaborative working relationship with all of the academic departments in the School, expanding the School's reach through new partnerships and donor relationships and strengthening the School's brand.
Interested applicants should submit cover letter, resume, appropriate writing samples, and reference list.
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