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Massachusetts Institute of Technology Assistant Dean for Community-Based Programs in Cambridge, Massachusetts

Assistant Dean for Community-Based Programs

  • Job Number: 21450

  • Functional Area: Administration

  • Department: PKG Center

  • School Area: Chancellor's

  • Employment Type: Full-time (Hybrid)

  • Employment Category: Exempt

  • Visa Sponsorship Available: No

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    Information on MIT’s COVID-19 vaccination requirement can be found at the bottom of this posting.

ASSISTANT DEAN FOR COMMUNITY-BASED PROGRAMS, Pricilla King Gray (PKG) Center for Public Service, to lead and implement immersive student community-based cohort programming that connects students to complex social and environmental issues and the practitioners addressing them. Will provide MIT partners with consultation and capacity building related to social impact and community-engaged learning; develop and manage mutually beneficial, reciprocal, sustained relationships with community partners; and tap and expand MIT students’ unique skills and interests to prepare them to explore and address complex social and environmental challenges including health equity, using technology for social good, climate change, and racial justice. A full description is available at https://pkgcenter.mit.edu/wp-content/uploads/Assistant-Dean-for-Community-Based-Programs-JD.pdf.

Job Requirements

REQUIRED: bachelor’s degree in a related field; five years’ progressively responsible experience in higher education, nonprofit management, or related mission-driven environments; experience successfully managing community partnerships and facilitating programs across cultures and among diverse students and stakeholders while displaying cultural competence and respect across differences; excellent organizational, project management, and communication skills; teamwork orientation; strategic approach to work and ability to plan with proficiency for prioritization; self-motivation and self-direction; and an interest in public service. PREFERRED: master’s degree; experience in an academic setting facilitating, developing, and managing immersive community-engaged programs; knowledge of the practice and literature in the broad fields of engaged scholarship and social impact and the principles and practice of engaged scholarship and social impact in an academic context. Job #21450-8 Hiring range: $70,000-90,000Night and weekend work and travel may be required. A hybrid (in Cambridge office and remotely) work schedule may be arranged. A cover letter is required to be considered for this role. 6/21/22

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