Assistant Vice Provost Dual Career Services Specialist
Johns Hopkins University
March 23, 2018
The Office of Faculty Affairs works closely with university leadership and faculty members across the university to advance and promote their important work. In collaboration with colleagues in the schools, Faculty Affairs strives to ensure the continued excellence of Johns Hopkins faculty by enhancing faculty development initiatives, increasing faculty diversity, and building a strong, inclusive, and collaborative faculty community. The newly created Assistant Vice Provost Dual Career Services Specialist will work as an internal consultant across the enterprise to help provide specialized hiring services support for Johns Hopkins University.
The Assistant Vice Provost Dual Career Services Specialist will implement the vision of university leadership in creating and delivering a suite of offerings and programs for supporting dual career couples. This resource will also provide university leadership with critical data (quantitative and qualitative) on program performance and provide recommended enhancements and changes to the dual career program that will allow it to evolve and meet the on-going needs of the University. This resource will assist in the recruitment and retention of Johns Hopkins faculty by providing career resources and services to their spouses/partners in securing employment. This resource will support both current and prospective faculty members (as well as certain executive staff roles).
Specific Duties and Responsibilities:
Implement the vision of this program by overseeing the creation and implementation of the processes and tools needed for dual career partners. This may require collaboration with internal and external resources to build tools and processes, such as a dedicated dual career website, intake forms and tracking databases.
Leverages internal university resources (e.g. career services in divisions, alumni networks, etc.) and external resources (executive search firms, local employers, etc.) to support the program and individuals utilizing services.
Conducts initial intake sessions. Refers qualified individuals for opportunities within Johns Hopkins and where possible, makes attempts to connect with other external employers. Priority areas of focus will be to support faculty partners in connecting to academic opportunities within Johns Hopkins.
Monitors progress of internal searches and provides support as needed.
Collaborates with Vice Deans of Faculty, department leaders, departmental and central HR to understand specific hiring needs and challenges, develop strategies to meet these opportunities. Is influential in helping to address barriers to success of the program.
Interacts and develops relationships with internal and external stakeholders who can assist with the employment of spouses/partners of JHU university faculty. These stakeholders include university administrators, faculty, and HR and recruitment staff as well as HR and other hiring officials at external employers.
Engages with the local business community and professional organizations to facilitate external assistance with dual career placements beyond the JHU organizational footprint.
Directs university faculty and their spouses/partners to other support resources including benefits and work/life programs and offerings to facilitate smooth transition into or retention within JHU.
Develop tools and templates for tracking activities and feedback on experiences for both candidates and search committees; provide regular reports to university leadership on the success of the program including hiring results and other critical demographic information.
Continuously researches and explores best practices in dual career university hiring, and incorporates appropriate tools and processes into practice at JHU.
Manages work flow such that resources can be focused on candidates during peak hiring seasons and on resource development and reporting during off-season periods.
Works to support the possible expansion of program scope to include the provision of services to executive staff and additional select staff.
Works with key academic leaders and members of the JHU team to increase the size and diversity of talent pipelines.
Work with internal JHU resources to develop and implement a branded external marketing strategy that communicates the services offered under the dual career program to potential faculty candidates.
Act as a resource for faculty on-boarding needs related to relocation.
Minimum Qualifications (Mandatory):
5-10 years of experience working in an academic and/or health system environment, including substantial experience with recruitment, preferably at the faculty level.
Bachelor’s degree required.
Substantial experience with program development and data analysis required.
Master’s degree or higher preferred.
Experience in recruitment in the other industries outside of academia desired.
Technical Qualifications and Special certifications
Certifications in HR (e.g. SHRM) and/or recruitment (e.g. AIRS) is helpful but not necessary.
Special knowledge, skills and abilities:
Must be proficient in the Microsoft Office suite. Experience working with Applicant Tracking Systems, HR/Payroll Systems (SAP preferred) and other tools like LinkedIn for Recruitment, helpful.
Ability to work with diverse group of individuals throughout many levels of the organization and partner with internal/external resources. Must be influential with these key stakeholders.
Ability to work collegially, independently and as a member of a team.
Excellent verbal, written and interpersonal skills as well as strong, confident presentation skills.
Project management skills. Ability to independently prioritize, manage projects, budgets, and client expectations. Ability to trouble shoot creatively and independently as required.
Highly organized with attention to detail.
Ability to synthesize large volumes of complex data into compelling reviews for senior university leadership.
Classified Title: Assistant Vice Provost Dual Career Services
Salary Range: Commensurate with Experience
Employee Group: Full-time
Schedule: M-F (8:30-5, with occasional travel and evening/weekends)
Employee sub-group (FLSA):Exempt
Department: Office of the Provost
Personnel Area (School) University Administration
Reports to: Vice Provost for Faculty Affairs and dotted line to Executive Director for Talent Management (HR)
The successful candidate(s) for this position will be subject to a pre-employment background check.
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