The principal task of the Assistant Dean of Career Development is to oversee Baylor Law School’s Career Development Office. The Assistant Dean of Career Development assists Baylor Law students and Baylor Lawyers in making informed decisions about their career paths and developing individual career strategies. In addition, the Assistant Dean of Career Development will develop and implement new programs as necessary to further the mission of Baylor Law School, namely as the preeminent national law school dedicated to the professional development of its students.
Excellent oral and written communication and presentation skills.
Knowledge of legal career opportunities.
Ability to conceive and execute a strategic vision for the Career Development Office.
Ability to develop marketing strategies.
Management and supervisory experience.
Must be a team player with the ability to establish and cultivate rapport with students, alumni, and employers.
5-7 years of relevant professional experience.
JD from ABA accredited law school.
Licensed member of a state bar and in good standing.
Experience in law school career development or legal recruiting setting.
Centrally located in Waco, Texas, in a beautiful facility on the banks of the Brazos River, Baylor Law is by choice one of the smallest law schools in the nation. Since 1857, Baylor Law combines theory with practice throughout the curriculum and cultivates a commitment to service and responsibility in the community.