Requisition #: A-72238-3
Status: Full Time
School: Whiting School of Engineering
Location City: Baltimore
Location State: MD
Location Zip Code: 21218
Closing Date: Open until filled
To apply: apply.interfolio.com/72238
The Johns Hopkins University's Whiting School of Engineering (WSE) seeks an inaugural Associate Dean for Lifelong Learning (ADLLL) to steward its growing non-degree online and on-site continuing education programs in order to expand access to education, and serve the needs of a changing workforce across the nation and beyond.
Reporting directly to the Vice Dean of Graduate Education this position is an integral part of the School's leadership team, the ADLLL will lead, envision, and communicate the development, implementation, and ongoing assessment of a vision and strategy for online and continuing non-degree education across the Whiting School in alignment with the School's strategic goals and priorities.
Working closely with the Dean's Executive Council, Departmental Heads/Chairs as well as with community groups and industry leaders, the ADLLL will develop and expand coordinated online and continuing non-degree programs targeting all level of learners in seeking non-credit executive education.
The Whiting School seeks a proven academic leader of the highest integrity with a track record of innovation and entrepreneurship and a commitment to collaboration. The ideal candidate will have a strategic, forward-thinking orientation; an educational philosophy that embraces students of all backgrounds, including the engagement of diverse students; a thorough understanding and evidence of innovative and effective practices; and related experience in innovative educational delivery and online and continuing education.
The Whiting School is dedicated to the advancement of knowledge through innovative research; the education of future citizens, professionals, and leaders; and scholarly and creative pursuits. The Whiting School has a longstanding history of providing education to the local and regional communities. Its pursuit of excellence, exceptional faculty, and commitment to world-class research has elevated a strong regional reputation to national prominence, attracting and developing the best and brightest faculty from across the country and throughout the world.
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