The successful candidate, who will be committed to the liberal arts mission, will serve as an advisor, advocate, and institutional resource for matters of diversity, equity, inclusion, workplace, culture, and climate.
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The vice president will be responsible for leadership of the Office of Development, charged with establishing and realizing a mission-maximizing strategy for resource development.
The Vice Provost for Student Affairs and Dean of Students directs the Division of Student Affairs and supports the academic mission of the University through student advocacy, services, and programs that create and support a campus climate conducive to learning and responsible citizenship.
The CFO will be expected to have a comprehensive understanding of the key issues affecting private higher education, and all units within the business and finance portfolio.
This full-time management confidential position assists and facilitates the administration of a wide variety of human resources activities, with a particular emphasis on the recruitment of classified staff.
The vice president will provide dynamic and forward-looking leadership to the areas of admission and financial aid while working together with the president, other senior leaders, and faculty to further the best interests of Pitzer.
The Director is responsible for all strategic student recruitment planning, outreach activities, office management, and the development and execution of an integrated annual and long-term enrollment plan, which will enable the campus to identify, recruit, select, and enroll qualified high school students, transfer students, and working professionals from diverse populations and geographic locations.
The successful candidate will employ a collaborative approach to offer academic and instructional support services to students at our locations throughout the state, internationally, and in our online environments.
The Assistant Dean and Director of Greek Affairs is a key position within the Division of Student Life, providing support, advice, and advocacy to a strong and well-established Greek community comprised of 56 organizations and four governing boards engaging over 3,380 fraternity and sorority members.
Miami University — Associate Vice President, Chief Human Resources Officer, Finance & Business Services
The Associate Vice President, Chief Human Resources Officer is responsible for the delivery of human resource services to Miami University’s 23,000 students, faculty and staff.
The Assistant Provost works collaboratively on faculty and academic staff recruitment, appointment, employee relations, compensation, performance evaluation, and conflict resolution.
The successful candidate will have a proven record of excellence in administration and fiscal management, strategic planning and partnership building.
The next President will have the opportunity to lead an engaged community of faculty, staff and students, to expand enrollment and foster the development of cutting-edge curricula, and innovative approaches to education for adult learners, and be an active member in a vibrant, close-knit community.
The Provost/VPAA serves as the university’s chief academic officer providing leadership and oversight for all schools and colleges of Oklahoma City University, several academic support offices, and enrollment services.
The Director oversees the Office of Disability Services (ODS), which coordinates the provision of services and accommodations for undergraduate and graduate students with disabilities.
The Vice President is responsible for promoting student learning, success and well-being, building a sense of engagement and community within the campus, fostering a vibrant, diverse, inclusive, and stimulating campus life, and supporting university retention initiatives.
The Chief Operations & Finance Officer’s staff provides the core services (meeting planning and conduct, publications, financial management, and all IT services) that underpin the Association’s endeavors.
The Associate Director of Public Relations on the Medford/Somerville campus reports to the Deputy Director of Public Relations on that campus and is part of a central administration team supporting the School of Arts and Sciences, School of Engineering, Tisch College of Citizenship and Public Service, and other academic and administrative functions at the University.
The Associate Director of Public Relations reports to the Deputy Director of Public Relations on the Boston campus and is part of a central administration team that manages and carries out public relations for the University.
The Vice President for Human Resources and Organizational Effectiveness will provide leadership and foster strategic collaborations as well as drive organizational effectiveness and help the division achieve its mission.
The VP for Finance and Business Affairs is the administrative liaison to the Board of Trustees Finance and Audit Committee and participates, under the direction of the president and in collaboration with the University Collegium, in formulating broad strategic and managerial policies and decisions across all areas of the University.
University of Wisconsin-Madison — Tenure-track Assistant or tenured Associate Professor in Secondary Mathematics Education
The Department of Curriculum and Instruction at the University of Wisconsin-Madison is seeking a tenure-track Assistant or tenured Associate Professor in the area of Secondary Mathematics Education.
The Vice President for Academic Affairs is directly responsible for all matters pertaining to the general academic welfare of the faculty and students.
The vice president will provide dynamic and bold leadership to the enrollment management and marketing unit.
The Vice President for Student Affairs is responsible for leading the Division of Student Affairs, which provides leadership to institutional efforts aimed toward enhancing the engaged co-curricular lives of all Kent State students within the eight-campus system.
Primary duties will include assisting with planning and implementation of a summer and pre-spring orientation program that serves over 7,000 students and family annually.
The Assistant Vice President for Marketing and Enrollment Management will demonstrate a commitment to student recruitment and academic success and execute the vision for marketing and enrollment management efforts at SUNY Empire State College.
University of Nebraska-Lincoln — Associate Vice Chancellor, International Engagement and Global Strategies
The Associate Vice Chancellor has responsibility for initiating activities and programs to internationalize the faculty and academic units; building strategic international partnerships; developing programs and activities including research, education abroad, internships and service learning for UNL students; and supporting international students and visiting scholars and engaging them in the life of the campus and the community.
The Provost works in collaboration with other executive leaders, faculty, staff, students and external stakeholders to provide visionary leadership, strategic planning, policy direction and management for academic endeavors.
The Department of Residence Life and Housing at the State University of New York at Oswego invites applications for a ten-month live-in position as a Residence Hall Director.
The Executive Director of Public Safety/Chief of Police provides vision, leadership, and management of a comprehensive integrated public safety program dedicated to the 24-hour, year-round safety and protection of approximately 2,000 residential students, as well as 600 faculty and staff, commuter students, visitors, guests, and property throughout it Springfield campus.
The Assistant Dean for Admissions leads the admission operation and provides administrative direction to meet the recruitment goals of the University of Maryland Baltimore School of Social Work’s strategic plan.
The Provost/VPAA will play a central role in developing the University’s next Academic Plan which lays out important strategic directions and academic priorities at the undergraduate and graduate level.
The successful candidate will be a strategic, innovative, and visionary leader with proven experience in leading diversity and inclusion in higher education initiatives and have a successful record of implementing strategies that demonstrate the University’s commitment to a welcoming, inclusive environment for all students, faculty, staff, and visitors.
The Utilities & Energy Management Director is to provide leadership on planning and implementing the University’s strategic initiatives relative to utilities and energy management.
The Executive Director leads the overall student financial aid and scholarship department in support of the University’s mission, enrollment and retention goals and ensures compliance with all local, state and federal rules, regulations and statutes.
The Department of Residence Life and Housing at the State University of New York at Oswego invites applications for a twelve-month live-on position as a Community Development Specialist.
The Department of Residence Life and Housing at the State University of New York at Oswego invites applications for Assistant Director of Residence Life and Housing, a twelve-month live-out position.
Massachusetts Institute of Technology — Senior Director of the Priscilla King Gray Public Service Center
The Senior Director provides leadership and vision for the Center, and in conjunction with the Advisory Board and staff, establishes priorities, policies, and decisions for the PKG Center, all of which contribute to the direction, growth, development, and sustainability of MIT public service initiatives.
The founding Dean of the College of Health Sciences and Human Services will provide strategic leadership for the academic departments of Nursing, Medical Lab Sciences and Public Health, Social Work and Counseling.
The VPGE is the senior international officer and a member of the Provost’s staff and responsible for carrying out the University’s international agenda and strategic plan for globalization.
The Hall Director is responsible for the quality of student life in residential facilities ranging from traditional residence halls to an apartment complex.
The Senior Director provides leadership supporting the University’s fiscal operations primarily by managing and delivering process improvement and system implementation projects to improve and standardize financial processes and systems.
The Regional Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs will be charged with envisioning and shaping the next era of innovation and excellence for Student Affairs in alignment with USFSP’s mission and Vision 20/20 strategic plan.
Clark Atlanta University is seeking a Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs who will partner with President Johnson and the University faculty in mobilizing for the University’s future by positioning the University for continued and enhanced academic excellence.
Connecticut College seeks nominations and applications for the inaugural position of Dean of Institutional Equity and Inclusion to lead the effort to advance its work on diversity and equity.
The Director of Admissions Operations provides overall leadership and supervision to the operations areas of the Admissions office to include application services, campus communication, transfer admission and credit evaluation, graduate and professional school admission, and application processing for both domestic and international students.
the Associate Vice Chancellor and Dean of Students AVC/DOS is responsible for the leadership, development, and assessment of comprehensive student life support services for a diverse student body.
University of Richmond — Dean of Westhampton College / Associate Dean of the School of Arts & Sciences
The University seeks an energetic and collaborative leader who will bring intellectual creativity and a holistic perspective to the role of Westhampton College Dean/Associate Dean of the School of Arts & Sciences.
The Director for Assessment is a full time member of University Housing who is responsible for the creation, implementation and management of research and assessment initiatives in support of University Housing.
Fordham seeks an innovative, entrepreneurial Dean who is committed to Fordham’s mission and values and can anticipate the emerging needs of individuals and organizations for continuing education, especially in interdisciplinary, hybrid and online formats.
The Assistant Directors have responsibility for leading and managing a portfolio of dining operations, staff, and services on a large comprehensive residential campus.
The Executive Director of the Career Center provides innovative and strategic leadership, program development, and administration of a comprehensive career center serving student/alumni clients and employer customers.
California State University, San Bernardino — Associate Vice President of Facilities Planning and Management
Reporting to the Vice President for Administration & Finance, the incumbent provides leadership to the institutional processes associated with the planning, funding, design, construction, operation & maintenance and leasing of University facilities.
The new Dean will position the College for significant involvement and influence in the evolution of policy and practice for teacher preparation in K-12 education locally, regionally and nationally.
ONU seeks a dean who will differentiate and brand the DCBA as a destination for undergraduate and graduate students, who will work with faculty to develop curricular and co-curricular initiatives to ensure that the college’s offerings are responsive to student needs, who will partner across the university in support of the University’s strategic plan and who can build a culture of giving that leverages the college’s current endowments and external advisory board.
The Director of International Admission is responsible for the recruitment and enrollment of undergraduate international students to the university.
The chosen candidate will be an elected officer and, partnering with other executive team members, will play a vital role in determining and implementing the strategic direction of the University.
The Dean and Director of the University Libraries provides leadership to the University, library personnel and overall management of its resources, programs, and services across campus.
The Director of Financial Aid oversees the administration of financial aid from all sources to all LMU populations, including undergraduate, graduate, and law students.
The new Dean will oversee the relocation of the Barnard Library from Lehman Hall (1959) to a new, 128,000 square foot, Skidmore, Owings and Merrill-designed Teaching and Learning Center slated to open in August 2018.
As chief financial officer, the Vice President carries special responsibility for leadership and management of the College’s financial plan, and oversees a number of key business and service functions.
The Dean will have responsibility for the strategic, programmatic, financial, fundraising, and management operations that support the mission of the College of Architecture and its role within the University.
The Director will work with faculty and staff colleagues to improve academic resources for students in courses with a quantitative focus.
The Dean provides leadership for the development and implementation of dynamic graduate programs that grow from faculty strengths, that enrich student learning and facilitate collaboration, and that meet regional, national and international needs.
This position is directly responsible for the administration of the Student Insurance plan, Quality Assurance and Accreditation program, Human Resources, Patient Billing, Accounting, Records and Registration and Information Technology departments of Student Health Services.
The Assistant Director, Human Resource Services provides leadership, administrative direction and counsel regarding classified and exempt staff labor relations.
The dean is the chief executive officer of the college, providing vision, leadership, and strategic direction to Macaulay’s unique academic program.
Rice University — Associate Vice Provost / Associate Vice President for Institutional Research and Analysis
The ideal candidate will be a strategic leader with the ability to analyze and communicate complex data effectively across the university community.
The Director oversees the administration and management of a comprehensive residence education program serving 4,700 students.
The Executive Director of Career Services is responsible for carrying out the vision, strategic direction, and daily operations of a centralized, comprehensive career center.
The Executive Director collaborates closely with colleagues throughout the Division of Student Affairs, as well as with other campus and community stakeholders, including the leadership and staff of UConn Health at Storrs Center, to ensure the delivery of high quality health, mental health, and preventive care and services to students in alignment with institutional and Student Affairs’ goals, purposes, and priorities.
The Associate Vice President (AVP) for IT directly supervises a team of three directors; the Director of Enterprise Systems, the Director of Networking and Telecommunications, and the Director of User Services.
Northwestern is seeking strong academic leadership to assert the centrality of the academic program, raise the profile of the student learning experience, and allocate resources to support the delivery of those programs.
The chief academic officer will supervise a staff of talented academic and administrative leaders, some of whom have served Aurora University for a considerable time and others who have joined the community more recently.
Johnson & Wales University, an innovative leader in experiential education and career-focused learning, is accepting applications and nominations for campus president at its Denver, Colo. location.
Reporting to the Assistant Vice President for Student Affairs, the Director of New Student Programs is critical to the development and implementation of programs and services that enhance and support the social, cultural, and academic transition of new students.
The Dean is the chief academic and administrative officer for the School and is responsible for developing and implementing academic strategies, recruiting students and members of the faculty and staff, and managing organizational and financial structures that promote excellence in education, professional practice and research.
The Vice President is the chief academic officer of the University, is responsible for its academic operations, and advises and assists the President in intermediate and long-term planning.
The Division of Development and Alumni Relations at the State University of New York at Oswego invites applications for an Associate Director of Finance.
Reporting to the Associate Vice President for Student Health, the Senior Director, Administrative Services has leadership and management responsibility for all administrative functions of the SHC.
The Dean of Students at Dutchess Community College provides leadership and management for the student services division and maintains a culture of teamwork and collaboration within the divisional staff and across the DCC community.
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign — Associate Vice Chancellor, Auxiliary Services – Office of the Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs
Primary responsibilities of the Associate Vice Chancellor include coordination, direction, and budget oversight of the personnel, operations, and facilities of the Auxiliary Services departments.
The Deputy exercises oversight of the NCC and NSC programs including the Field Studies Programs and will have oversight of the development process for the approved operational level course of study.
Reporting directly to the Dean, the Associate Dean for Academic Affairs provides hands-on leadership within GSOE for academic program design and student support.
The Associate Dean is responsible for directing and coordinating the academic programs and activities of all departments in the College of Art and Design.
The Provost will have the opportunity to work collaboratively with all constituents in the academic community to build a new administrative structure for academic affairs.
The Board and Chancellor are seeking a president who will be a visionary, entrepreneurial leader and who has both academic and senior administrative success; is committed to fundraising, economic development, community relations; and is faculty and student-centered.
Reporting to the President, the Vice President provides leadership in planning, developing, executing, and assessing a strategic enrollment management plan for the University.
The Associate Vice President is responsible for the development of policies, procedures and strategies in financial planning that will allow CMU to maintain its stature and achieve its entrepreneurial goals.
The Dean will have responsibility for the strategic, programmatic, financial, fundraising, and management operations that support the mission and vision of the Seidenberg School.
The successful candidate will be an innovative, energetic, entrepreneurial leader who is committed to academic excellence and has a rich appreciation for diversity and inclusion.
A creative and tech savvy Marketing & Communication Manager to manage internal and external communications for the five academic support units in Global Initiatives in collaboration with staff and stakeholders.
The provost is the chief academic and artistic officer of the university, overseeing all academic programs and services, faculty hiring and development, and sponsored research, and leading the university in the president’s absence.
Reports to University Advancement; oversees, coordinates, and implements all fundraising; cultivates and solicits donors of $500,000 or more; responsible for leadership, planning, and execution of capital campaigns.
Rochester Community and Technical College (RCTC) seeks a visionary leader to work with college faculty, staff, students, and the community in an energetic pursuit of its mission.
The incumbent will be responsible for building a strong academic leadership team to support the scholarly activities of the University and maintain a student-centered focus that fosters and expands student success (retention and graduation).
This senior leadership position focuses on strategic oversight and management of the College’s financial resources, planning, and operations, and will be instrumental in shepherding the College forward as it prepares to celebrate its bicentennial.
The Dean will lead the development of new initiatives to provide intentional focus and accountability for diversity, equity and inclusiveness efforts across Campus Life while working with and encouraging collaborations and cohesion among existing efforts and programs.
The next president will be asked to develop and implement effective strategies and annual campaigns to successfully raise operating and scholarship support for its member Ohio private colleges and universities, building on its current momentum.
With two highly-regarded and productive departments (Computer Science and Information Science) already brought together under the auspices of one College, the Dean will have the unique opportunity to ensure its identity evolves into that of a fully integrated, cohesive college and is recognized as a leader in its growing academic field.
The college seeks a leader to help the community achieve its new strategic vision.
The successful candidate will be responsible for the overall leadership of the programs and initiatives that promote UWG’s strategic vision for diversity and inclusion.
We seek a dynamic leader who provides the vision and advocates for resources required for the continued growth and development of the Education Program specializing in educator preparation and development including credential, master’s, and applied doctorate degrees.
Harvard Medical School seeks a Dean for Resource Development to lead the development and alumni relations effort to new levels of success and productivity in support of key strategic priorities.
The Assistant Dean of Student Conduct is responsible for handling conduct complaints brought against students by faculty, staff, or other students.
San José State University — Vice President for Administration and Finance and Chief Financial Officer
The VPAF/CFO provides leadership for financial strategic planning and direct supervision of the financial and administrative/business functions of the university, which include: Finance; Facilities Development & Operations; Human Resources; University Police; and Spartan Shops, Incorporated.
The Executive Associate Dean is the chief operating and financial officer for the School of Engineering as well as the lead administrative representative of the School at the University-level during a critical period as the School seeks to realize its potential and achieve its strategic goals.
California State University, Fullerton — Vice President for Human Resources, Diversity and Inclusion
This position provides vision and strategic leadership for the planning and implementation of innovative, integrated human resource programs for a campus community of nearly 39,000 students and 4,000 faculty and staff.
The successful candidate will be the principal champion for innovative vision, leadership, and strategic direction for the Library and its services to both faculty and students.
Reporting directly to the Vice Provost for Strategic Enrollment Management and responsible for the offices of Student Financial Aid, Student Employment, and Student Accounts, the assistant vice provost for student financial services will partner closely with colleagues in the Strategic Enrollment Management division, leading all aspects of domestic and international student financial services for undergraduate and graduate students.
The Director of Intercultural Programs has primary responsibility for the development and coordination of outreach and awareness programs which promote inclusive education for the campus community.
The Vice Dean will work closely with the Dean, executive leadership of the College and faculty to develop and implement a strategic vision for research investment in the college.
This Dean serves as the chief academic and administrative officer of the College of Allied Health Sciences and reports to the Vice Chancellor for Health Sciences.
The successful candidate will be bold, visionary, inventive, optimistic, and a deft agent for change who brings superior leadership, organizational, communication, and management skills.
California State Polytechnic University, Pomona — Dean of the College of Education and Integrative Studies
The Dean reports to the Provost & Vice President for Academic Affairs, serves as a member of the Provost’s Council, and works closely with others across campus to advance the goals and priorities of the College and University.
The Vice President will lead a division of over 500 employees and engage in strengthening a vibrant and future-oriented student affairs program.
The Regional Provost is the chief academic officer of USFSP and provides leadership and oversight for Academic Affairs, including colleges, academic programs, and faculty academic support units at the University.
Roosevelt University seeks a senior advancement professional to serve as vice president for institutional advancement and to create, implement, and sustain a highly effective long term advancement operation for the university.
The Director of Facilities Services will direct the activities, operational policies, and daily and long-term execution of the Facilities Services Department, including planning, capital and Renewals and Replacements projects, in-house trades, grounds maintenance, energy management, housekeeping, and fiscal management.
Beloit College seeks a full-time Assistant Director of Government and Foundation Relations responsible for ensuring excellent support of the proposal development and stewardship cycle for public and private funders supporting Beloit College.
Reporting directly to the President, the Provost serves as the Chief Academic Officer, responsible for planning, development, implementation, and evaluation of academic programs, as well as enrollment management and student success initiatives.
The Dean is the academic leader of the School and provides leadership and strategic direction to enhance education, research, and outreach to students, faculty, alumni, and external entities.
Position responsibilities include providing robust academic leadership; enthusiastically embracing the continued mission of liberal arts education; supporting curricular innovation, scholarship, research, and grant writing; and serving as primary advocate to and for the faculty.
The Educational Opportunity Program at the State University of New York at Oswego invites applications for a Director, Educational Opportunity Program position.
The Chief Information Officer position at NAU is a tremendous opportunity to join an institution that is poised for future growth and focused on academic excellence.
Reporting to the Assistant Vice Chancellor of the Student Life & Leadership, the Director of the Black Resource Center is responsible for the overall management, direction, evaluation and long term development of the Center.
Biola University invites nominations and applications for the position of Dean of the School of Science, Technology and Health. The University is seeking a visionary who recruits, empowers and ensures the success of students and faculty.
The University seeks a tested academic leader with a firm commitment to excellence in the liberal arts and professional programs, enthusiasm for innovation, and the ability to lead the faculty and other constituencies with confidence, creativity, and a spirit of collaboration.
The successful candidate will be the senior financial officer for the UA System, working closely with the Chancellor, campus administrators, and Board of Trustees of Alabama’s largest higher education enterprise, which includes three doctoral research universities and the acclaimed UAB Health System.
The Provost serves as the Chief Academic and Student Affairs Officer of the University and works collaboratively with the President, Vice Presidents and Deans to further the academic mission of the institution.
The AVP is responsible for the strategic planning and management of the Office of Alumni and Career Services; which includes alumni relations, employer relations, career services, and the University of Richmond Alumni Association Board of Directors.