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the Associate Director of Enterprise Continuity is a key member of the Northeastern University Police Department’s (NUPD) three person senior leadership team and critical to the operations of a forward-looking, dynamic department.
Reporting directly to the President, the Provost and EVP serves as the chief academic officer, a cabinet member, and is second-in-line to the President.
The Dean reports to the Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs and is responsible for administration, development and direction of academic programs of the College of Agriculture, including the oversight of the Agricultural Research Institute Funds.
The Senior Director of Marketing will lead the development and implementation of a strategic, comprehensive and integrated marketing and communication plan designed to increase growth and strengthen the University’s brand domestically and internationally.
University of Arkansas Cooperative Extension Service — Extension Specialists, Horticulture (2 positions)
This position will be responsible for development and implementation of relevant and up-to-date extension education programs that positively impact Arkansas and that strengthen the excellence of local county extension programs in the area of Horticulture.
Reporting to the Chief Enrollment Officer, and serving as a key member of the Enrollment Management Leadership team, the Director of Undergraduate Recruitment has responsibility for the direct supervision of the domestic undergraduate recruitment team and for meeting enrollment goals for the Boston Campus.
Reporting to the Provost and Executive Vice President for Academic Affairs, the next Dean of the School of Kinesiology will be a recognized leader in the field, setting the intellectual tenor and scholarly standards for Kinesiology.
This position is responsible for the vision and operation of the Wackerlin Center for Faith and Action as well as the chaplaincy of the institution.
The Director provides leadership, guidance, and support for the department to ensure strategic initiatives are achieved and programs and services are maintained at a high quality to provide an environment that contributes to increased student engagement, student learning, and student success.
We seek an experienced and accomplished leader who is a distinguished scholar and innovative administrator with an outstanding national reputation and demonstrated commitment to academic excellence, diversity, and inclusiveness and who will bring vision and inspiring leadership to the School.
The Senior Director, Administrative Services has leadership and management responsibility for all administrative functions of the SHC, including financial operations; business operations; and human resources.
The School of Education Dean’s Office at the State University of New York at Oswego invites applications for a twelve-month Data Manager for Assessment.
This Assistant Director of Administrative Operations provides oversight to administrative operations for the Department of Intercollegiate Athletics in the areas of financial operations and human resource functions.
Assists with the implementation and management of CUNYfirst (Oracle PeopleSoft) as related to Budget and Finance.
The Board of Directors seeks an energetic and forward-looking Executive Director to play a pivotal role in assisting NCI, and its many stakeholders, to develop a shared vision for its future and establish a pathway to extending and deepening its regional impact through higher education and workforce development.
This position is responsible for analysis, preparation, and monitoring of the University’s budgets.
The 16th president of Shepherd University must possess an established record of significant and successful leadership as a senior academic administrator. It is required that the successful candidate hold an earned doctorate or terminal degree.
The Chief Human Resources Officer has administrative responsibility for all human resources functions at the College, oversight of Elgin Community College Police Department and Labor Relations.
Performs a full range of operations and administrative tasks in support of the admission and enrollment of students at a two-year Connecticut Community College which has open enrollment and which offers degree and certificate programs in a broad range of liberal arts, transfer, occupational and career studies.
Responsible for achieving the Gear Up grant program’s goals and objectives through effective performance in the essential areas of grant and program preparation, administration and evaluation.
Reporting to the Associate Vice President and Dean of Students, the Director of Student Conduct is a student development educator, responsible for the leadership, administration, and management of the student conduct program governing expectations of individual and student organizations’ behavior.
The CIO will be an executive experienced in information technology and information design/management who is a gifted leader – he/she must be able to successfully lead project development processes within the college as well as deliver new system implementations and enhancements on time and on budget.
Massachusetts Institute of Technology — Associate Dean for Fraternities, Sororities, and Independent Living Groups
The Associate Dean of FSILG helps to develop and maintain an environment that maximizes the personal growth of students and student leaders, supports a diverse and multicultural community, and contributes to the development of policies and programs throughout the Division of Student Life.
Reporting to the President’s Office and under the direction of the Director of Human Resources, the Human Resources Manager will serve as a senior member of the Human Resources Department.
Coordinates development and implementation of information and marketing materials, such as web sites; coordinates recreation and intramural programs in support of wellness activities; and organizes, coordinates, and manages intramural and varsity sports events.
Assistant/Associate Director to be responsible for administrative and programmatic oversight of all education abroad/away programs sponsored by Miami University and will direct and manage the implementation and operation of international academic experiences for students.
The Claremont University Consortium seeks an accomplished leader in information technology for the position of Chief Information Officer.
The Associate Vice President will lead the messaging, marketing and communications efforts to advance the University through strategic marketing and communications using a broad range of traditional and electronic media in order to increase visibility, define its Jesuit Catholic character, coordinate and unify branding and collateral efforts, tell its story to the world, and create greater demand for a Regis University education in a highly competitive marketplace.
To identify age-appropriate and skill-appropriate jobs for program participants as prescribed in the applicable grant. Also, to develop relationships with area employers to create work experience opportunities for participants and to conduct workshops designed to improve work readiness and job search skills.
Responsible for managing the College’s relations with the institutions more than 35,000+ alumni and various affinity groups, promoting active engagement by all through friend- and fund-raising strategies.
The VP serves as a member of the President’s Cabinet is responsible for advising the President on new and emerging trends within enrollment management while making adjustments in the University’s enrollment goals and recruitment efforts as deemed appropriate.
Reporting to the Chief Administrative and Academic Affairs Officer of Arts and Sciences, the incumbent is responsible for the design and implementation of A&S’s development and diversity programs.
The successful Wooster president will be a visionary leader who values the life of the mind, a strategic thinker and planner who can build a shared vision, an accomplished communicator, a person of intercultural competence and global perspective committed to diversity in its many forms, and a student of higher education who understands the major issues facing private colleges.
University of Central Florida — Associate Vice President of Alumni Relations and Executive Director of the UCF Alumni Association
The AVP/ED will be a creative and sophisticated leader with the personal qualities necessary to represent the University of Central Florida and its alumni to all internal and external constituencies.
Manhattanville College seeks a bold, experienced, entrepreneurial, collaborative, inspiring leader who believes in Manhattanville’s mission and values and who will readily see the many possibilities for growth, innovation, and change.
Northwestern University seeks a visionary leader to direct and administer all aspects of the Norris University Center and satellite operations.
The Office of Career Services is seeking a high-impact educator and leader with a successful track record of designing and delivering progressive career-focused learning initiatives to lead our Career and Life Vision program and advance the career development of our undergraduate and graduate students.
The Office of Career Services is seeking a Career and Life Vision counselor to advance the career development of our undergraduate and graduate students by providing one-on-one career counseling focused on self-exploration.
The Vice President of Student Affairs and Enrollment Management reports to the President and serves as the Senior Student Affairs and Enrollment Management officer and has primary responsibility for leadership, management, strategic direction, policy development, and administrative oversight for the Student Affairs and Enrollment Management divisions.
The new Vice Chancellor will join our dynamic community in order to elevate an integrated and robust enrollment function aimed at strategically positioning UM-Dearborn for long-term growth and future success and provide leadership to a comprehensive student life function.
This position provides expert and/or specialized academic counseling to a diverse student population and will report to the Director of the Learning Resource Center at The Sophie Davis School for Biomedical Education at the City College of New York.
Reporting directly to the President of the College, the Director will lead the College’s sustainability efforts, developing and implementing policies and programs to mitigate the College’s environmental impact and to build awareness of the connection between issues of sustainability and social justice.
The Vice President of Enrollment Management will provide vision and leadership for all admissions and enrollment strategy, planning, and programs for the Institute.
The dean is the chief executive and academic officer of the School of Education, collaborating with faculty in overseeing its academic programs and policies; stewarding the school’s financial, capital and human resources; and playing a prominent role in fund raising and external relations.
Joining a world-class advancement operation, focused on recruiting and retaining the very best talent, the SVP will be responsible for envisioning, developing, and implementing programs and infrastructure to sustain advancement activities to launch the University and UC Health’s largest comprehensive campaign.
The Assistant Director acts as one of several readers for freshman applications and serves a public relations/informational role with prospective applicants and their parents and with high school guidance counselors.
This position is responsible for planning and implementing a robust, progressive, and proactive alumni engagement program in support of WVU’s mission and fundraising.
The CEO devises short and long range goals, objectives, policies, and operating plans for the Association and the national office, builds understanding around the current mission, and implements initiatives adopted by the Board.
The provost assists the president and Board of Trustees in determining and implementing the University’s strategic priorities and responding to the challenges facing private tuition-driven institutions of higher education.
The Associate Dean and Director of Greek Life promotes a positive profile of Greek Life by providing overall advisement, training, and support to recognized social fraternities and sororities at WVU.
State University of New York at Oswego — Academic Planning Counselors (2), Educational Opportunity Program
The Educational Opportunity Program at the State University of New York at Oswego invites applications for two Academic Planning Counselor positions.
The Provost has primary responsibility for the overall administration and promotion of academic excellence in the faculty and academic programs of the University, as well as to continue to strive for efficiency in instructional operations.
The Executive Director is responsible for the development of comprehensive strategic planning as it relates to Student Financial Aid and Scholarship functions for all undergraduate, graduate, and professional students.
The CFD exists to assist all students, with an emphasis on students of diverse backgrounds, in their educational and personal transition and development.
The University seeks an experienced and proven Christian leader who will embrace the tradition, ethos, and vision of Taylor University and will empower and propagate its core values—Christian scholarship, whole-person education, faith, life, ethics, and service.
Emporia State University seeks an energetic, innovative, and can-do new President. She or he must demonstrate an enthusiastic, sincere commitment to the mission of the university with the knowledge that ESU embraces four core values: excellence, respect, responsibility, and service.
Reporting to the Vice Chancellor for Administration, the AVCHR develops and implements human resource policies and practices that advance the core educational, research, operational, and administrative objectives of the University.
The Dean provides overall leadership for the School of Health Careers and Public Service, ensuring quality learner-centered general education instruction and assisting chairpersons, coordinators and faculty to achieve their departmental missions and objectives.
University of Pennsylvania — Chief Research Information Officer (CRIO), Penn Institute for Biomedical Informatics
The Penn Institute for Biomedical Informatics at the Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania seeks candidates for a Full, Associate, and/or Assistant Professor position in the non-tenure clinician-educator track.
The Assistant Director of Development will advance the mission of Miami University by planning, organizing, and implementing strategies to increase the level of personal involvement and financial commitment of alumni and friends.
The Dean, who will report to the Provost and Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs, is to be a dynamic visionary, and a transformational leader, capable of working effectively with department chairs and approximately 90 tenured and/or tenure-track faculty.
The Senior Associate Director of Residence Life will provide leadership and overall direction for the programs of Residence Life and Education & Outreach for an on-campus population of 4,400.
The President of USciences is responsible for all operations of the University, including overall leadership and management of the institution, its academic enterprise, fundraising, development of budget requests and allocation of resources.
The new Director will be an innovator, collaborator, and strategist with a deep understanding of both the opportunities and challenges that are emerging in the highly evolving learning and teaching landscape.
The successful candidate is expected to continue and enhance Nazareth’s long history of excellence in teacher education grounded in the liberal arts and sciences.
Reporting to the University Chancellor, the Vice Chancellor for Marketing will oversee University marketing efforts for all five campuses and assist in driving the enrollment pipeline for each.
As the College’s chief academic officer, the Vice President for Academic Affairs and Dean of Faculty is responsible for working with faculty and deans to continue to develop and shape academic programs to prepare students for the current and future roles demanded by society and the business and professional communities.
The Dean is the Chief Academic Officer for the School, responsible for leading it into greater prominence through the pursuit of excellence in research and educational programs.
The Assistant Dean will utilize best practices and create strategies to address the needs of Scripps students who are challenged by health, conduct, substance abuse, financial and other issues that prohibit their academic and/or personal success.
As SJECCD’s leader, it is incumbent upon the Chancellor to work closely with our local industry, not only providing short term skills upgrades for the region’s incumbent workers, but also developing a pipeline that ensures a sustainable workforce for the future.
Reporting to the Financial Aid Director and the Vice President for Finance and Administration, the Resident Student Aid Specialist acts as primary contact for Dolphin Cove residents for financial aid processing.
As chief executive of the College, the Dean is responsible for budgetary oversight and planning, academic and curricular issues, constituent engagement, fundraising, facilities development, and strategic planning.
The dean serves as the chief academic officer of the College, and will advance both the strategic direction of the College and the University as a whole.
Gallaudet University — Vice President and Associate Provost for Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion & CDO
The VPAPEDI will serve as the campus Chief Diversity Officer (CDO), aligned with a “hybrid” collaborative, unit-based, and portfolio style CDO leadership model.
The University of Baltimore is seeking a new Executive Vice President and Provost to join its senior leadership team and to play a major role in fulfilling the institution’s goal of providing Knowledge That Works to its students.
The College of St. Scholastica, a Catholic Benedictine college in Duluth, Minnesota, seeks its 12th president, following President Larry Goodwin’s 18 years of distinguished service. The new president is expected to take office in the summer of 2016.
The Department of Undergraduate Admissions at the State University of New York at Oswego invites applications for an Admissions Assistant position.
University of California, San Francisco — Medical Director, Adolescent & Young Adult Medical Specialty Program
The UCSF Department of Pediatrics is recruiting a Medical Director who will be responsible for the overall ongoing development, operation and fiscal management of the Ambulatory and Consultative Service at the new Mission Bay Campus.
Reporting directly to the Director of University Housing, the Senior Associate Director of Housing – Operations is expected to lead the Operations unit in its primary goal of providing outstanding customer service.
Reporting to the Chief Information Officer, the IT Business Operations Manager provides executive support to the CIO, oversees and provides advanced support of IT business operations including accounting, financial analysis, purchasing, human resources, and communications.
The Director of Residence Life provides strategic and operational leadership for the administrative, budgetary, facilities, curricular, and programmatic goals of the Department of Residence Life.
The Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs reports to the President, and is responsible for the intellectual vitality of the institution, including the quality of teaching, research, and service.
The Executive Director manages the day-to-day operations of the Center including human resources, development, finance and budgeting, events, communications, and publications.
The Director provides leadership and direction for academic support services for both our traditional campus as well as offsite support to our Evening Weekend and Online students.
The College of New Jersey seeks an experienced professional with strategic vision, technical acumen, and strong communication and interpersonal skills to join the College’s senior leadership team as the Vice President for Information Technology and Chief Information Officer.
University of Wisconsin-Extension, Cooperative Extension — State Coordinator (100%), Wisconsin Nutrition Education Program
Wisconsin Nutrition Education Program (WNEP) is a major effort within the Cooperative Extension program area of Family Living Programs. Family Living Programs enhances the quality of family and community decisions that increase abilities of families to adapt to change. Family Living Programs provides program direction and leadership for WNEP, which is comprised of two federally-funded nutrition education programs for low-income residents of Wisconsin.
The next President of Sussex County Community College will be expected to provide dynamic, charismatic, visionary, innovative and collaborative leadership that will enable the college to be recognized locally, state-wide, regionally, and nationally as a leader in student access and success, academic excellence, student support services, and establishing and maintaining public, private, governmental and educational partnerships and collaborations.
The Assistant Vice President directs the financial operations of the College and provides leadership in and oversight of all the areas of financial management, planning and business operations.
The Dean provides strategic leadership for the College of Health and Human Development, developing and implementing sound short and long range plans for the College in alignment with the College’s and University’s strategic plans.
The Program Coordinator develops, plans, and facilitates the implementation and administration of academic and education programs for faculty and staff in the areas of affirmative action/equal opportunity, campus diversity, LGBT community issues, and harassment & discrimination, and assists in education to include sexual harassment/assault (Title IX).
The Provost/COO is the campus chief academic officer and provides comprehensive leadership for, and effective management of, all educational programs and campus operations for the Seattle campus consistent with the mission of Antioch University.
The Senior Associate Registrar serves as a member of the Registrar’s leadership team and leads the areas of student records, graduation and commencement, degree audit, Veterans and enrollment certifications, the Veterans Center, transcripts, reverse credit transfer, and transfer credit evaluation for continuing and reentry students.
The Chief of Staff serves as a member of the Chancellor’s cabinet and coordinates activities within the Chancellor’s office, including daily operations, office budget and finance and staff support.