Michigan State University Eli Broad College of Business


Assistant Director, Open-Enrollment and Custom Programs, Executive Development Programs


Lansing, Michigan, USA

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Review of Applications begins 11/23/2022


Housed within the Eli Broad College of Business, Executive Development Programs (EDP) is the outreach unit responsible for design, development, delivery and evaluation of renowned educational programs aimed at managers and executives at companies located in Michigan, other parts of the United States and globally. EDP is responsible for aligning faculty knowledge, academic research and expertise with market demands from industry for continuing executive education to deliver results.

The Assistant Director, Open-Enrollment and Custom Programs will be responsible for engaging organizations to design, develop and deliver existing and new non-credit educational programs, both open-enrollment and custom, focused on the needs of the market and/or these organizations that build upon faculty strengths and can be delivered profitably.

This role requires a self-starter able to bring together clients, academic directors, faculty and others in sustainable collaborative relationships that will develop both revenue and value. This role requires an individual who has experience in academic institutions, corporate learning, proposal development and presentation, program and content development, mission deployment, quality assurance and control, financial budgeting and sales in a national and international capacity. Given historical areas of success, deep knowledge and/or experience in supply chain management is essential.

The successful appointee will be a team player able to assist with other aspects of EDP services as and when required. In order to interact with business leaders, supply chain and/or other line management decision-makers and human resource professionals, the Assistant Director must demonstrate vision, maturity, business acumen, multi-cultural awareness and relationship management skills to promote the Broad College in a manner that generates credibility, capability and trust.

It will be necessary to balance competing demands and priorities of different constituent groups to develop a comprehensive and cohesive face to potential enrollees and clients. This position will report directly to the Assistant Dean for Outreach & Engagement as part of a small team to help plan, develop and deliver EDP programs at both long-term, strategic and shorter-term, tactical levels.


Empathetic team player, yet self-motivated idea generator. Develop ideas and carry them through to delivery, review and repeat delivery of programs. Manage projects with adequate records, checks, controls and balances to protect every interest. Demonstrate experience in new business development while managing existing business relationships. Track record of successful executive educational design and delivery. Deep knowledge and/or experience in supply chain management and other business disciplines. Demonstrate excellent organizational, communication and relationship management skills. Act professionally and use sound business judgment, even under stress. Capable of peer interaction with business leaders and educators. Political acumen to react with sensitivity to diverse expectations from business executives, faculty and staff while delivering customer and client satisfaction and service excellence. Financial acumen to develop and manage budgets. Willingness to travel.

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Job Ref #: 826171

Applications Open until filled

Review of Applications begins 11/23/2022