The Ohio State University’s Fisher College of Business seeks an Executive Director for the Office of Career Management to provide overall management and strategic direction for a team of eighteen full-time professionals and twenty student employees. Reporting to the Fisher College of Business Dean, the Executive Director for the Office of Career Management will provide guidance to the office’s three directors who report directly to the Executive Director. These directors and their teams are aligned around recruiting operations and technology, undergraduate student career management, and graduate student career management.
Minimum Required Education and Experience
Master’s degree in a related field, or an equivalent combination of education and experience. A minimum of 10 years leadership experience in career management; Experience in managing a large team of high potential employees with a focus on performance management, professional development, retention and recruiting diverse candidates. Strong interpersonal and written communication skills. Ability to work with faculty, staff, students, and external organizations of diverse academic, socioeconomic, cultural, and ethnic backgrounds; excellent leadership skills; ability to work independently and to delegate; ability to prioritize and manage multiple projects and stakeholders; ability to maintain a professional demeanor and uphold confidentiality. Proven experience with strategic data collection principles and data driven decision-making and predictive outcomes.
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