Classified Title: Director Communications & Marketing Working Title: Executive Director - Strategic Communications Role/Level/Range: L/04/LE Starting Salary Range: Commensurate with experience Employee group: Full Time Schedule: Monday through Friday 8:30am-5:00pm Exempt Status: Exempt Location: 46-MD:JH at Harbor East Department name: 60000049-Marketing & Communications Personnel area: Carey Business School
Purpose of Position:
The Executive Director of Communications, reporting to the Associate Dean for Global Marketing and Communications, will lead the strategy and execution of Communications at the Carey Business School, including Social Media, Internal Communications, External Communications, Media Relations, Public Affairs, and Crisis Management. The successful candidate will fully develop and articulate the story of the Johns Hopkins Carey Business School to various global constituents and manage the School’s messaging to both external and internal stakeholders.
Extensive education and/or experience will receive additional consideration for compensation outside of the posted range.
Essential Duties & Responsibilities:
Develop new brand strategy story by constituent (Development, Alums, Current Students, Prospective Students, Faculty, etc.)
Develop and execute against an external communications plan - story telling via printed materials, panels, speaking, public appearances, media (e.g., NPR), etc.
Lead annual messaging strategy and execution for Carey for Dean and Management Council across all key constituents
Lead team in creation of strategic, impactful, motivating and memorable Dean’s speeches and remarks
Lead Brand Sponsorships strategy and execution
Lead Talent Relations for Dean including opportunities for the Dean to network and build business
Lead Social Media strategy and execution, including Dean's Account for Social Media
Lead and develop Communications team
Oversee Communications team in day-to-day Communications function including Carey Narrative and Core Messages, Internal Communications, External Communications, Media Relations, School Publications, Public Affairs, Crisis Management and functionally - writing, editing, messaging
Lead key school-wide initiatives driven by the Dean's office Lead sourcing diverse speakers that align with the goals of the school
Conceptualize, write, and edit key communications
Education, Experience, Licensure, Certification:
Master’s Degree in Communications, Marketing, Business or a related field required.
8 years’ experience of related experience required, 10 years of relevant experience preferred.
Knowledge and Skill:
Exceptional story telling ability to a large variety of constituents
Excellent writer and evaluator of great writing
Strong executive presence and ability to represent Carey on the Dean's behalf
Strong organizational skills with strict adherence to timelines/ workflow / project management
Excellent media contacts and relations
Ability to lead with broad vision but also clearly articulate (written and verbal) strategies and plans to achieve goals
Strong leadership skills across all levels of the organization
Excellent management skills
Strong analytical skills, problem-solving, and high attention to detail
Excellent interpersonal, collaborative skills to build and influence strong working relationships across all departments and JHU-schools, and with all stakeholders
Cross-cultural awareness and communication skills
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