The Provost and Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs is the chief academic officer of the university and will provide strategic leadership, planning and management of all academic areas as well as enrollment management and information and technology services.
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The Provost will be responsible for the development of undergraduate and graduate educational programs; will have the authority to shape that development through the selection of deans and approval of department heads; and will be responsible for maintaining high standards in the appointment of faculty as well as faculty development.
Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis — Executive Vice Chancellor and Chief Academic Officer
The executive vice chancellor and chief academic officer plays a key leadership role in developing—and guiding the implementation of—the campus’ academic plans and programs.
The Department of Purchasing at the State University of New York at Oswego invites applications to fill a full time Assistant Purchasing Associate position.
Century College seeks a visionary leader to work with college students, staff, faculty and the community to advance its mission of inspiring, preparing and empowering students to succeed in a changing world.
The International Student Services Coordinator and Global Center Assistant provides technical and programmatic assistance to advance international student success at Lesley.
The MFA Low-Residency Program in Creative Writing seeks a creative, innovative individual with significant professional accomplishment to serve as the Director.
Reporting to the Provost, the Assistant Vice President for Adult Learning Programs leads the University’s effort to provide high quality educational opportunities and an appropriate support system for adult learners.
The dean is the chief academic and administrative officer of the college and serves as its chief executive, providing inspirational leadership and strategic vision consistent with UO’s top-tier research rating and national reputation.
It is desired that the Dean of SIAS will be a transparent leader with exceptional communication skills and the ability to make decisions following an open and collaborative consultation process.
The VPSA will lead, promote, and direct an accomplished and respected student affairs division whose mission is to provide learning-centered environments, meaningful out-of-class opportunities, and professional support services that help students learn through their experience and achieve academic success.
The University of Central Florida is seeking a transformational and visionary leader to serve as dean of the College of Arts & Humanities, beginning in Fall 2016.
The University of Arkansas at Fort Smith is seeking an experienced financial professional to serve as Vice Chancellor for Finance and Administration and as a key member of the Chancellor’s executive leadership team.
College of Staten Island (CUNY) — Associate Provost for Graduate Studies, Research, and Institutional Effectiveness
The College of Staten Island seeks an experienced, visionary, and collaborative leader to assume the position of Associate Provost for Graduate Studies, Research, and Institutional Effectiveness.
The College of Staten Island seeks an experienced, visionary, and collaborative leader to assume the position of Associate Provost for Undergraduate Studies and Student Success.
The Dean is the strategic and operational leader of the School of Health Sciences and provides administrative leadership for its undergraduate and graduate programs.
The Dean of the School of Education provides academic and administrative leadership for the undergraduate and graduate programs in the School, including Early Childhood Education, Childhood Education, Adolescence Education, TESOL, Special Education in Childhood and Adolescence, Post-Master’s Advanced Certificate for Leadership in Education, and Teachers on Sabbatical.
The College of Staten Island, a comprehensive senior college of The City University of New York, seeks an experienced, creative, and collaborative leader to assume the position of Dean of Science & Technology.
Reporting to the Dean of Academic Services within the Homewood Student Affairs Division, the Executive Director will lead an 14.5-FTE team serving the Krieger School of Arts and Sciences and the Whiting School of Engineering, including undergraduate students, graduate students, post-doctoral fellows and alumni of those schools.
Williams College seeks a full-time, year-round Director of Psychological Counseling Services (PCS) to develop a comprehensive vision for PCS while providing leadership for the overall delivery of mental health and wellness services to the student body.
University of Washington — Vice President for Minority Affairs and Diversity & Chief Diversity Officer
This position requires a visionary and highly collaborative leader with an in-depth understanding of local, national, and global issues facing higher education.
The University of Minnesota, Morris seeks an exceptional candidate willing to embrace the opportunity to lead an institution that serves as a model for public liberal arts education, who recognizes and respects its proud history and traditions, and can serve as a spokesperson for and guide to greater opportunities and growth.
This position serves as Chief Information Officer for the University, reports directly to the President, and provides visionary and strategic leadership and effective management of the University’s information technology in support of its mission and goals.
The Department of Extended Learning at the State University of New York at Oswego invites applications to fill a full time High School Programs Coordinator position.
Ringling College of Art and Design, located in Sarasota, Florida, seeks nominations and applications for the position of vice president for advancement to help steward the college’s transformational growth and development as it continues to aspire to become the preeminent art and design college.
The dean is responsible for providing overall leadership to the school to promote academic excellence and advance its national and international prominence in research, and in graduate and undergraduate education.
The University seeks a visionary and creative academic leader who will embrace Chapman’s ambitious strategic plan and aspirations for the future and be an individual whose vision for the institution is as bold as the institution’s own.
The Dean of the Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College will further enhance the College’s status as a nationally recognized center for knowledge and instruction in the fields of education and teacher training.
The director of technology oversees the planning, design, implementation and maintenance of the College’s information technology infrastructure which includes enterprise application, network, support services, media services and telecommunication systems.
The VPAA is responsible for strategic leadership, effective management and community building in academic affairs.
This opportunity to provide strategic academic and administrative leadership comes at a pivotal moment in the University’s history as it seeks to build on its historic strengths with an eye to the future.
The Dean of The Clarence M. Mitchell, Jr. School of Engineering is responsible for providing the leadership and vision necessary for setting strategic, operational and financial directions for all departments within the school.
The Dean will support and execute University-wide strategic priorities to enhance college programs and services, promote student success, and sustain high standards for curricula development, assessment, teaching, scholarship, and service across a diverse spectrum of professional programs.
The Associate VP works directly with the Provost and has significant authority to act in the areas of academic budgeting and planning, resource scanning and management, faculty development and shared governance, Deans’ Council leadership, and administrative liaison to curricular initiatives.
The Dean will be responsible for providing innovative administrative leadership for the University’s College of Liberal Arts (programs located on both the Winona and Rochester campus) as well as providing overall management to all faculty, staff, and students in the College.
Northern Illinois University, a regional public university of 20,000 students located about 90 minutes from Chicago in DeKalb, IL, seeks a dynamic, articulate, and energetic leader to serve as the next dean of the College of Business.
University of California, Davis — Director, Energy Efficiency Center / Chevron Chair in Energy Efficiency
The director will provide strong leadership in organizing, managing, and communicating the Center’s interdisciplinary research, teaching, and outreach efforts.
The Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences sits on the President’s Cabinet and oversees more than 40 departments or programs of study including the School of Music, the Johnston Center for Integrative Studies, Masters in Geographic Information Sciences, and the Truesdail Center for Communicative Disorders.
The Director of Library and Instructional Services is the chief administrative officer of the Wolfgram Memorial Library, the library that supports all of the undergraduate and graduate programs offered by the University’s main campus, as well as faculty and student scholarship.
Northeast Ohio Medical University — Chief of Staff and Vice President for Diversity, Equity and Inclusion
The Chief of Staff and Vice President reports to the President and is a member of the Leadership Team.
The Dean is the chief academic and administrative officer for the School and is responsible for developing and implementing academic strategies, recruiting faculty, students, and staff, and managing organizational and financial structures that promote excellence in research, creative practice and education.
The Milgard School of Business at the University of Washington Tacoma seeks a dynamic, inspiring leader with a distinguished record of success to shape the future of this growing AACSB accredited business school, taking it to the next level of national recognition.
This position oversees the Information Technology department in which the primary areas include enterprise systems, infrastructure, network administration, project management, and instructional technology.
The incoming vice president will set the strategic direction for HPU’s enrollment objectives, and execute on its short and long term goals.
The Executive Director leads the Department of Molecular and Cellular Biology in the development and authorization of strategic and operational objectives and is responsible for all department functions.
The DSL is the primary staff member responsible for supporting and enhancing the undergraduate residential and extracurricular experience of students from all four years residing in or affiliated with the residential college (800 to 900 undergraduate students).
The Director of Student Engagement and Leadership provides strategic support and direction to over 450 student led organizations spanning the full imagination and interests of a vibrant student body, including academic and professional interests, the arts, community service, recreation and club sports, booster groups, honorary societies, cultural, political, and spiritual based organizations.
The Dean of Graduate and Continuing Studies will join Stephens College at a time of growth and must be able to manage change, supporting and valuing tradition even as s/he embraces and engages with new models and new approaches in pedagogy and course delivery.
The Student Conduct & Services Specialist will serve in a multifaceted capacity to provide assistance to the Dean in administering the student conduct process, delivering support services, programs, and activities to a diverse student population to enhance the overall CSI student experience.
The Veterans Services Specialist serves in a multifaceted capacity and participates in the delivery of support services, programs, and activities to a diverse student veteran population to enhance the overall CSI student veteran experience.
A visionary and strategic chief facilities officer, the VCIS will have a unique opportunity to help achieve CU Boulder’s institutional vision of redefining learning and discovery in a global context and setting new standards in education, research, scholarship, and creative work that will benefit Colorado and the world.
As part of a major strategic re-invention of our career center, the Office of Career Services is seeking an innovative, entrepreneurial leader and change agent to provide strategic direction and management of all employer and alumni outreach and development efforts.
The National Student Clearinghouse, the leading provider of educational reporting, data exchange, verification and research services, invites applications and nominations for the new position of Vice President, Education Services.
The VPRI oversees most of UO’s multidisciplinary research centers and institutes, strategic research initiatives and partnerships, research infrastructure and administration, compliance and regulatory environment, innovation and commercialization efforts, and works with the UO donor community to support research initiatives.
The Provost and Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs serves as the President’s chief advisor, providing leadership in establishing priorities and in collaborating with all organizational units to advance the mission and the continuing success of the institution.
The Director will provide innovative leadership to cultivate the teaching and learning community at Brown.
To direct all operational, administrative, instructional, and financial activities of the Center of Pan-African Culture.
The Director will provide leadership to the University community in the areas of equal opportunity, compliance, and affirmative action.
The Dean of Lesley University Libraries provides effective administration and leadership of a twenty-first century academic library that supports the dynamic teaching, learning, and research goals of the University.
The Dean is responsible for the planning, coordination, and administration of the school and its six divisions as well as offering support and guidance for division Chairs to appropriately develop and strengthen their divisions.
The Dean is the chief executive officer of the School of Health Sciences and reports directly to the Provost and Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs.
The Graduate School at Brown University invites applications and nominations for the position of Assistant or Associate Dean of Diversity Initiatives, a full-time administrative position reporting directly to the Dean of the Graduate School at Brown.
The School of Education Field Placement Office at the State University of New York at Oswego invites applications for a 12-month full-time Assistant Field Placement Coordinator.
The Institute for Student Success seeks candidates for a Program Coordinator for the Louis Stokes Alliance for Minority Participation Program at the Storrs campus.
Roosevelt University seeks an experienced and strong professional to lead as vice president for enrollment management and create, implement, and sustain a highly effective long term enrollment growth strategy for the University.
The Registrar is responsible for leading the Registrar’s team in the planning and management of services related to student records, registration, enrollment, course scheduling, curriculum management, degree evaluation and clearance, the integrity of the student information data, reporting and analyzing data, and the coordination of system development with various department leads including the Office of Information Technology.
Boston College — Charles F. Donovan, S.J., Dean of the Carolyn A. and Peter S. Lynch School of Education
The new Dean will lead a school that is known and respected–within Boston College, throughout the greater Boston community, as well as nationally and internationally–for its innovative and effective programs merging theory, research and practice.
The Dean will be an innovative academic leader with the proven leadership and administrative skills that will help continue a long history of excellence within the Monfort College of Business and the University of Northern Colorado.
The University System of Georgia in Atlanta, Georgia, seeks an energetic, creative, and visionary leader for the position of Vice Chancellor for Development.
The dean will lead a collaborative effort to establish a vision linking the Manning School of Business more closely with the dynamic business community through programmatic innovation, scholarly accomplishment, entrepreneurship and engagement, and will articulate a focused strategy to achieve it.
Advises and guides STEM students, including all developmental level students and 100-level students. Evaluates student transcripts for graduation requirements and advises the department of any issues.
The Center for Diversity at SUNY Potsdam is accepting on-line applications for a Coordinator of Native American Affairs whose primary focus will be programming initiatives designed to increase recruitment, retention, and graduation rate of Native American students.
The Director will assist college committees and departments in creating and developing multicultural programs and initiatives.
The Director of Marketing will be responsible for directing the implementation of a strategic, comprehensive and integrated marketing and communication plan designed to increase growth and strengthen the University’s brand domestically and internationally.
Reporting to the Vice President for Institutional Advancement and External Affairs, the Director of Development advances the goals and funding priorities for the College of Staten Island.
The Department of Extended Learning at the State University of New York at Oswego invites applications to fill a full time Marketing Coordinator position.
SUNY Oswego seeks an innovative, highly-motivated and visionary leader to serve as Library Director who is committed to extending the successful programs and services of the library to meet the changing needs of the 21st century student.
The Board and University are seeking a President who will be a visionary and entrepreneurial leader and who has both academic and senior administrative success; is committed to fundraising, economic development, and community relations; and is student-centered.
Minnesota State Colleges and Universities — President, Bemidji State University and Northwest Technical College
Bemidji State University and Northwest Technical College seek a dynamic and engaging leader to work with students, faculty, staff, and community stakeholders for both institutions in the vigorous pursuit of their individual missions and common goals.
The Harvard Faculty of Arts and Sciences seeks candidates for the newly-established role of Executive Director for Communications and Donor Relations.
Oakland University invites nominations, applications, and expressions of interest for the position of Dean of the School of Nursing.
The AVP provides leadership and direction to the management of seven Auxiliary Services operations, including The UNT Bookstore contract administration, UNT self-operated Food Services, UNT Housing and Residence Life, University Union, Gateway Center and Coliseum, Summer Conferences, and Campus Vending Services.
Metropolitan State, the public, urban university of the Twin Cities, seeks a visionary leader to work with students, faculty, staff, and the community as we provide the best higher education experience for diverse students with nontraditional needs.
The Vice President for Student Life and Dean of Students is responsible for creating a holistic student life experience that promotes student learning, development and well-being.
California State University Long Beach seeks a visionary and transformative information technology (IT) executive for the newly formed position of Vice President, Chief Information Officer.
The director of strategic analytics and institutional research will build, support and sustain a culture of strategic analysis and informed decision-making by collecting, analyzing, translating and communicating data from key operational areas of the university, as well as from external sources.
The Director manages the human resource and payroll functions for the IU Northwest campus as an extension of and in close collaboration with the University Human Resources Office of Indiana University and other University-wide departments.
Reporting to the President’s Office and under the direction of the Director of Human Resources, the Human Resources Coordinator will be responsible for maintaining the administrative functions for the HR Office.
The next Colby-Sawyer president will be asked to develop a vision and strategic plan for strengthening academic standing, stabilizing financial health, and broadening institutional reputation, while underscoring the college’s core values, existing accomplishments, and emerging initiatives.
The Director of Cooperative Institute for Mesoscale Meteorological Studies is expected to play a leadership role in fostering the development of collaborative research between National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration and OU and work to realize the transitions of these research benefits to NOAA’s operational mission.
The Kansas State University Foundation, an independent 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation, seeks a Senior Vice President of Development to lead its development operation in support of the university’s strategic priorities and goals.
This is a very attractive opportunity for a senior leader in enrollment management who is committed to a seamless student experience, enjoys close collaboration with faculty and academic affairs colleagues, and who has demonstrated success in an environment that values community, collaboration, and high aspiration.
The Vice President will be directly responsible for the in-house planning, development and implementation of the presidential-approved university integrated marketing plan/campaign and overall branding marketing and media strategy
Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey — Dean of the Graduate School of Applied and Professional Psychology
Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, seeks an experienced, visionary academic leader and distinguished scholar, with experience and understanding of the education of professional psychologists, to serve as dean of its Graduate School of Applied and Professional Psychology at Rutgers University–New Brunswick.
The Vice Provost serves as the chief administrator and chief financial officer for the University Libraries, University Museums, and the University Press.
The Dean will be responsible for enhancing and invigorating the academic programs, inspiring faculty, staff, and students, and creating synergy among the many diverse disciplines within the School of Arts and Sciences.
The Executive Director plans, directs, develops, administers, and supervises all aspects of the Norris University Center, including events planning and production, building services, building maintenance, programming, finances and budgeting, and serves as a member of both the Student Auxiliary Services and Student Affairs Leadership Teams.
University of Alaska Anchorage — Dean, University of Alaska Anchorage Community and Technical College
Successful candidates for Dean must possess an advanced degree; have significant experience administering or teaching in one or more career and technical education programs; and have a record of successful academic and/or administrative leadership.
Minneapolis Community and Technical College seeks a visionary leader to work with students, staff, faculty, and the community to advance its mission of providing access to the transformative power of education in a diverse and dynamic downtown environment.
Reporting to the chancellor, the president of Central Lakes College serves as chief executive officer responsible for leading the faculty and staff in fulfilling the college’s mission.
Reporting to the Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs, the Dean of the School of Education is responsible for direct oversight of the teaching, research, and operational activities of the School of Education.
Reporting to the Executive Vice Chancellor, the Dean will serve as the academic leader and chief executive of the GGSE. The successful candidate will further the GGSE’s academic excellence and prominence in the nation and around the world.
Reporting to the Vice President for Student Affairs and Enrollment Management, the Associate Vice President for Student Affairs/Dean of Students (AVP/Dean) plays a pivotal role in creating and sustaining an engaging, inclusive, and caring campus environment for all students.
The next president will have the opportunity to build on the many successes of the last decade including strengthened graduate programs, a 50% growth in undergraduate student enrollment, the establishment of 11 new undergraduate majors, and exceptional improvements in facilities and infrastructure.
The Vice President of Human Resources leads a department of eighteen professionals and works with them to establish, implement, and communicate policies, systems, and procedures to support a positive, diverse, and inclusive environment and culture.
In this newly created position, the vice provost will build upon this strong foundation and will have the distinctive opportunity to imagine, design, build, and execute a vision for enrollment management, leading Dartmouth’s effort during an extraordinary time in its history to bring greater focus to recruiting and enrolling a talented and diverse undergraduate student body.
The University of Vermont seeks a new Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences to lead the University’s largest and most diverse academic unit in terms of students, faculty and staff.
This position is responsible for the academic curriculum of the institution, providing leadership to the faculty and managing the processes through which teaching is conducted and administered at UMFK.
The University of Nevada, Reno School of Community Health Sciences is seeking to fill an Administrative Faculty position to serve as Project Coordinator.
Rochester Institute of Technology — Dean of the B. Thomas Golisano College of Computing and Information Sciences
This position offers an exceptional opportunity for an energetic and visionary leader to partner with members of the talented faculty, student body, staff, and broader institute and national community to teach, promote, and reflect the value of the significant and integral role computing and information sciences disciplines play in today’s complex world.
The Dean of the School of Medicine provides vision and executes strategy for the School of Medicine, which has the unique mission of training a diverse physician workforce and developing research and healthcare delivery programs to improve the health of medically underserved populations in Inland Southern California.
The Director of Facilities Management has oversight and responsibility for the administrative and operational functions of the Facilities Management Department, which include automotive services, building maintenance services, custodial services, facilities support center, grounds and landscape management, heating and air conditioning, project management, and sustainability programs.
The successful candidate will report directly to the President and will serve as the Chief Legal Officer for the whole University, including the Rutgers boards, president, senior officers, and other officials and units.
The Assistant Vice President for Police and Public Safety provides vision, leadership, and management of a comprehensive police and public safety organization that strives to maintain a safe and secure environment for the University’s multi-campus communities.
The primary activities of the dean are to represent the college to external constituencies, advocate for and champion the college, communicate the college’s needs to internal and external constituents, and develop resources through program initiatives, internal university opportunities, and external fundraising.
The Director is an advocate for the press and serves as the Press’s executive officer with responsibility for all operations of the Press, including strategic and editorial direction, operational planning and assessment, and oversight and management of the budget.
The Executive Director is responsible for the service and administrative functions of the Association including strategic planning, professional development, financial management, fundraising, and member services.
The director will be committed to: developing academic and mentoring programs, coordinating multicultural programming, promoting multicultural awareness and education, advising students, and engaging in formal and informal program review.
The Director will lead outreach to prospective students, their families, and institutions and organizations serving underrepresented students to increase enrollment levels of underrepresented and academically and economically disadvantaged students across the university and in SUNY’s Educational Opportunity Program.
Reporting to the Assistant Dean of Students, the Director provides a welcoming environment for underrepresented students and assists the College in meeting its goal for being a community of persons from diverse backgrounds who respect and affirm the dignity of all people.
The Dean is responsible for all aspects of the Perkins School of Theology’s activities including the administration of academic programs and procedures.
The Vice Provost and Dean of Students is a member of the Provost’s Senior Staff as well as the Council of Deans and is expected to lead initiatives designed to further integrate student and academic affairs.
The School expects the Dean to provide intellectual leadership, to be strongly engaged in its research and teaching missions, to steward its finances, to oversee its administration, to take a key role in raising external funds, and to represent it effectively in relations with the university and with external communities, locally and around the world.
Through leadership, innovation, and collaboration, the successful person will directly impact and support the university’s goal of achieving academic excellence in undergraduate learning by enhancing students’ experiences and performance and providing engagement and leadership opportunities for a wide range of students.
Reporting to the Vice Provost for Budget, Planning, and Administration, the AVP will partner with senior university leaders to transform data into information in support of university decision-making.
The next Dean will shape the strategic direction of the College and create a shared vision for its future. The College of Education and Social Services, a dynamic, highly regarded college serves as a vital resource to the state, and its dean plays an important and visible role with all of its constituents.
The School of Education seeks an energetic, inspiring, innovative leader who can bring together the school’s talented faculty and staff around a vision for its future within a leading global, public research university.
The Presidential Search Committee seeks a Catholic leader who embraces and fosters the identity of the institution, as well as the charism, values, and educational vision of the Sisters of the Holy Cross, and brings a demonstrated passion for women’s education.
The provost and vice president for academic affairs is the chief academic officer of the College, responsible for the vision, strategic leadership, and operational management of the academic programs and personnel of the institution.
Florida Gulf Coast University seeks a highly motivated, creative individual to lead a nationally trendsetting center for faculty development.
The Director of the HKS Fund is responsible for overall management of the HKS Fund, including annual giving, reunion giving, direct marketing, donor recognition programs for annual giving, and volunteer management.
The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences at Arizona State University invites applications for Director of the Institute for Humanities Research, with a concurrent appointment as tenured Professor in an academic unit within the college.
The VPAA will provide leadership and administrative oversight of all academic schools and colleges, the library, international services, the registrar, institutional research, and assessment of the University.
Colorado Mesa University invites applications and nominations for its chief academic officer, Vice President of Academic Affairs. The VPAA will assume office in July 2016 or as soon thereafter as feasible.
The Senior Vice President for Student Affairs provides executive leadership and vision for a large and comprehensive portfolio of student life and enrollment programs, services, and initiatives to create a campus climate that enriches living and learning experiences, promotes academic achievement, and supports the personal development and overall well-being and success of all Iowa State students.
The Graduate School at Brown University invites applications and nominations for the position of Associate Dean of Master’s Education, a full-time administrative position reporting directly to the Dean of the Graduate School at Brown.
The new Dean will join a dynamic university team committed to empowering students with the knowledge, skills and values required in our ever more complex world.
The Vice President for Student Affairs serves as the University’s senior administrator providing leadership and direction to the Division of Student Affairs including strategic planning, assessment, and staff development for a comprehensive organization that includes 600 faculty and staff FTE positions, 1,500 part-time employees, and oversight of an annual operating budget in excess of $100 million.
The new Health and Human Services Dean will have the opportunity to work with a strong leadership team, an exceptional faculty, a dedicated staff, and impressive students in ensuring the School’s position as a vibrant institution offering a 21st century education of excellence.
The dean reports directly to the Vice President for Academic Affairs and Dean of the Faculty, leads a complex and dynamic educational program, serves as a key member of the senior administrative team, and interacts regularly with community stakeholders.
This is an exceptional opportunity to lead a large, vibrant, creative, and forward-looking law school in the nation’s capital to a preeminent global position by building a distinctive brand anchored in the quality of its academic programs, the scholarly achievements of its faculty, the diversity of its student body, and its impact on the challenges facing the legal professions and society today.
The Assistant Dean combines a hands-on operational role with strategic leadership and collegial management of both direct and indirect reports within the school and peer leadership among various University constituencies.
The University seeks an energetic, collaborative, and experienced law enforcement leader who possesses the vision and capability to build a cutting-edge public safety organization with an emphasis on community policing, crime prevention, community service, and professional standards.
We are searching for a recognized scholar and innovative leader who is dedicated to cutting edge research and the highest standards of excellence in teaching and service.
The System Director for Distance Learning Initiatives will lead, facilitate and support KCTCS colleges in current distance learning deliveries and in the development of entrepreneurial and innovative distance educational strategies by providing collaborative leadership to enhance and expand the system’s use of advanced technologies and learning methods.
The primary duties of this position include performing difficult and complex administrative work in directing and insuring the university’s compliance with the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act and associated regulations.
The VPAA works with the associate deans and division chairs to provide leadership for all undergraduate and graduate academic programs.
The University of Wisconsin Whitewater is seeking a Provost and Executive Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs to join the university’s senior leadership team and play a major role in fulfilling the institution’s mission to foster student success and personal growth.
Marymount University invites applications and nominations for Dean of the School of Arts and Sciences.
The Affirmative Action and Equal Opportunity Officer position exists primarily to support The Evergreen State College’s goal of resolving internal conflict in the most appropriate forum, at the lowest possible level, and whenever possible, in a cooperative rather than an adversarial spirit; and for the development, implementation and maintenance of the college’s affirmative action plan and equal opportunity program.
University of Southern California — Assistant Vice Provost for Student Affairs – Health and Wellness
The University of Southern California seeks a dynamic, forward-thinking and experienced health professional to serve as the inaugural Assistant Vice Provost for Student Affairs – Health and Wellness.
The Assistant Director for Marketing and Public Relations directs and manages all internal and external communications for the academic support units in Global Initiatives in collaboration with staff and stakeholders at Miami University.
The new VPFA will join the College’s leadership team to help implement MSMC’s recently approved five-year strategic plan.
The College of Nursing is currently seeking a Student Affairs Officer III who will, in collaboration with all the program directors, work as the College of Nursing’s Recruiter to design and implement an appropriate and strategic recruitment plan for BSN, DNP & PhD programs.
General responsibilities for the Director include: developing, delivering, and assessing writing skills workshops; tutoring individual students; and developing print and digital products addressing all aspects of the writing process.
The Board of Trustees of the University of Wyoming announces a search for a president with bold vision, high energy, an ability to work effectively with diverse constituents and the capability to lead the institution in fulfilling the university’s public land-grant mission.
The Vice President for University Advancement provides leadership to the advancement division and oversees all aspects of the university’s fundraising efforts.
The Executive Director of Hospitality Services is responsible for the strategic oversight and administration of an expanding hospitality organization providing extensive board plan meal service, retail services, conferences, catering, concessions, and nutrition education to the campus community.
The Director provides general support to the College’s assessment program through direct support of the academic and administrative units.
The University of Connecticut (UConn) seeks a visionary leader to serve as Dean of its Neag School of Education.
The next President will possess the vision, knowledge, experience, skills, creativity, understanding, and motivation to inspire members of the College and the external community to support initiatives and strategies that will benefit students, the College, and the community.
The Dean is the chief administrative officer of the School, serves as one of eight deans on the Dean’s Council, the Provost’s Council, and the President’s Senior Leadership Team, reports directly to the Provost, and is the official liaison between the school’s faculty and the Provost.
Salem State University seeks a visionary Dean of Students who will serve as a senior member of a dynamic Division of Enrollment Management and Student Life team and provide comprehensive, strategic leadership for Counseling and Health Services, Career Services, Residence Life, Athletics and Recreation, and the Office of the Dean of Students.
The University is seeking a visionary leader to continue the university’s history of excellence in education, research and public engagement.
The Coordinator, Internship and Professional Experience, develops career programs and resources to assist University of Nevada, Reno students in their evolution into workforce-ready professionals.
The leadership agenda for the 7th president includes: stimulating philanthropy, building financial and operational equilibrium, enabling enrollment, enriching relationships in the greater Cincinnati region, managing while leading, sustaining community, and nurturing good governance.
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.