The University of Baltimore School of Law has an immediate opening for an assistant dean for law career development – a position that is key to carrying out the law school’s mission to produce students and graduates who assume leadership roles in the public and private sectors in Baltimore, throughout Maryland and beyond.
The successful candidate will provide leadership, vision and direct supervision of UB’s Law Career Development Office, or LCDO.
The assistant dean develops and maintains relationships with a range of employers: private firms and recruiters; nonprofits; corporations; and local, state and federal government agencies, including the state and federal judiciary.
The assistant dean supervises the LCDO staff and oversees the multiple functions of the office.
Requirements for the position include a juris doctor degree, as well as seven years of progressively responsible legal experience and experience working with students or as a mentor.
The position is a regular, full-time exempt position with a full, competitive benefits package. Salary is commensurate with qualifications.
The listing closes on Sept. 28, 2017.