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Provides leadership for development and delivery of various program area components of the OSU Extension program.
The Server Administration Manager plans, organizes and manages the operation of the college’s enterprise servers and coordinates the activities performed by the campus server administrators.
The vice provost for enrollment management will play a critical role in shaping the university’s future, providing vision and leadership for the University of Missouri in attracting, enrolling, retaining and graduating students.
The Sr Associate Director is responsible for the management and oversight of the institution’s affirmative action plan compliance to include the statistical analysis and reporting.
The Dean provides strategic academic leadership for the Division and is responsible for leading the planning, development, and implementation of policies and initiatives relevant to all aspects of its academic programs, research, instructional technology, global engagement, student development, and enrollment management.
The Office of the President and Provost seeks a superb high-level customer service professional to serve as a key member of the staff at Massachusetts Hall.
The University of Arizona seeks to hire a Vice President for Information Technology and CIO who will provide visionary leadership and strategic planning for Information Technology and will ensure IT operational excellence at the University.
The VP is responsible for providing high-level, analytically based advice and for providing leadership and oversight to the planning, assessment/accreditation, and institutional research activities of the University.
Harvard seeks an accomplished and visionary scholar-practitioner who will guide the College’s efforts to provide the very best student experience.
The College seeks a highly skilled, creative and experienced professional who will provide leadership to the office of marketing and communications, while assisting the president and senior leadership team with moving the strategic agenda of the college forward.
College of Staten Island (CUNY) — Administrative Manager to the Vice President of Institutional Advancement & External Affairs
Functions as the primary filter for a high volume of confidential information and provides administrative support for generating correspondence, developing presentation and meeting materials, maintaining databases, reconciling expense reports, responding to incoming phone calls, processing information requests and preparing reports.
The Coordinator oversees the overall daily operations of the Multi-Cultural Center and assists the Office of Community Engagement with major program planning and implementation around multiculturalism, diversity, social justice and oversee the department’s service learning programming.
The successful candidate will provide vision and leadership to the University in all areas of strategic enrollment management, including admissions, financial aid, enrollment services, student accounts, and registrar functions.
The Executive Director provides leadership, management, and stewardship for all aspects of campus financial resources while ensuring absolute institutional integrity on financial and human resource matters.
This position acts as the Chief Operating Officer and oversees Athletics & Recreation, Development & Alumni Affairs, Enrollment & College Relations, Student Affairs, Financial Services, Human Resources, and Title IX. The EVP also performs the functions of a secretary to Allegheny’s Board of Trustees.
A key area of focus for the new VC/CIO will be to fully evaluate the central IT organization (University Technology Services) and establish a management and operational structure that creates an integrated, proactive and transparent IT organization allowing for better communication, coordination, collaboration and efficiencies.
Administer all aspects of the residence life program including community development, housing operations, crisis response, planning and assessment, budget management, occupancy projections, and annual reports.
The Executive Director of Internal Audit is the senior auditor responsible for managing and directing the Office of Internal Audit.
Premajor Advisors guide assigned students in the Premajor Studies Program in goal discernment and educational planning, intervening with the students when they are in difficulty.
The Associate Director contributes to the leadership, direction, and evaluation of programs offered through the Office of First Year Experience Programs (FYE) and serves in the absence of the Senior Associate Director and Director of FYE on various initiatives.
The Assistant Director for Student Success works in close partnership with a team of three staff to implement proactive outreach services and programming to targeted student populations.
This Administrative Faculty role will be responsible for planning, implementing, and evaluating programs related to early childhood education, including teaching 120 hours of coursework for the Child Development Associate credential.
These Administrative Faculty roles will be responsible for observing early childhood classrooms, conducting assessments, teaching and coordinating all aspect of early childhood development programs as well as administrative tasks such as data entry, data analysis, reporting, evaluations, and supporting the mission of University of Nevada Cooperative Extension.
The President is the chief executive and administrative officer of the Foundation and serves ex officio on the Foundation’s Board of Directors and all of its committees.
The Associate Provost for Student Success is the architect and builder of a new integrated model of student success that supports students’ transition to university life, first-year and transfer student experiences and connections to the campus, diversity and inclusiveness initiatives, and academic and career advising services provided through centrally co-located offices.
The Assistant Dean of Diversity & Inclusion will be responsible for enhancing the Stritch School of Medicine learning environment by optimizing diversity and inclusion through the coordination.
The Vice President’s scope of responsibility is broad, varied, and complex, working across the expanse of the university to assure an exceptional experience for its over 240,000 undergraduate and graduate students on 10 campuses.
The University of Wisconsin-Madison invites applications and nominations for three Admissions Counselor for Multicultural Recruitment positions in the Office of Admissions and Recruitment.
This Dean serves as the chief academic and administrative officer of the Brody School of Medicine and reports to the Vice Chancellor for Health Sciences.
The AVP plans, directs, and oversees the development and maintenance of Wayne State’s overall General, Auxiliary, and Designated Fund budgets.
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 Associate Dean helps provide strategic vision and oversight for all activities and programs of the Office of Student Life and oversees the Office of Student Integrity as it carries out its mission to educate the campus community.
It will be important the senior director organize and implement a major gifts development program for the College unit.
The Executive Director of the Arizona Student Unions serves as the chief administrative officer of the 405,000 square foot Student Union Memorial Center, the 80,000 square foot Park Student Union, and various other satellites and auxiliaries.
The Woodrow Wilson School (WWS) seeks an innovative and committed leader to direct its office of graduate career services and alumni relations.
In conjunction with our efforts to increase student success, retention, and completion rates in STEM fields, SUNY Oswego seeks to hire a Director of a new Mathematics Learning Success Center.
New York University’s prestigious Tisch School of the Arts has a challenging opening for an experienced student affairs or counseling professional to counsel students on non-academic issues such as housing, residence life, health and mental health; to promote wellness among students.
The successful candidate will have a unique opportunity to envision, craft, and execute ambitious enrollment management and student success strategies to recruit and retain a talented and diverse student body.
The president will be an effective communicator with all of the College stakeholders: the sponsoring church, trustees, faculty, staff, students, alumni, community, various media, as well as the wider higher education/government/accrediting communities.
The School of Law is seeking a Dean who will articulate a strategic vision to enhance the reputation, strengthen the school’s fiscal position, and lead the School’s efforts to meet the challenges of the changing landscape for legal education.
The University of Connecticut Information Technology Services Department is seeking a proactive innovative thinker with strong organizational, communications and technical skills to provide advanced level technical assistance in developing and maintaining administrative computing systems and computer center supported software.
The College of Staten Island of the City University of New York is seeking a Finance Budget Director to administer the College’s annual operating budget and related budgetary matters.
Yale School of Drama seeks a member of the senior staff to participate in strategic planning of curriculum development, faculty engagement, financial aid, balance of training and production priorities, and work-study.
The Dean will supervise strategic planning, curriculum development, and alumni relations, and is responsible for providing academic leadership, revenue generation, budget formulation and execution, and personnel management.
The Senior Director is responsible for the operation of the department of Planning, Design & Construction, providing the vision and leadership to successfully plan and further develop the University’s campus.
The Vice President for Enrollment Management will provide leadership for the recruitment and retention of a talented and diverse population of undergraduate and graduate students.
his is a full-time administrative position that reports to the Provost of the College, and involves stewardship of the Center’s budget, coordination of staff, collaboration with faculty and students as well as external partners, and experience integrating innovative scholarship with responsible civic engagement activities domestically and internationally.
University of California Division of Agriculture and Natural Resources — Associate Vice President, Agriculture and Natural Resources
The Associate Vice President provides critical leadership for program development and establishes priorities for the division within the scope of UC and land grant university missions.
UMass Amherst seeks an Executive Director of Marketing and New Business Development to serve as a key member of the University Relations leadership team, responsible for a comprehensive and strategic marketing program aimed at internal and external audiences.
Plan the development and implementation of strategic initiatives to enhance the recruitment, admission, and enrollment for qualified and diverse student body.
The Executive Director of Counseling Services provides strategic leadership, planning, fiscal management, coordination, assessment, and continuous quality improvement of all programs and services offered by the Office of Counseling Services.
California State University San Marcos — Associate Vice President for Diversity, Educational Equity & Inclusion and Ombuds
The Associate Vice President for Diversity, Educational Equity, Inclusion and Ombuds works collaboratively with the University executive council, faculty, staff, students and various campus units to advance the University’s diversity and inclusion strategic plan and initiatives.
University of California, Office of the President — Associate Vice President, Budget Analysis and Planning
The AVP, Budget Analysis and Planning leads a department that oversees budgeting and financial planning for the $26B University system.
The AVP is responsible for developing, implementing and assessing programs, services and initiatives that enhance the overall student experience on campus and assists in establishing a student culture that is supportive of diversity and inclusion.
The Vice President of Enrollment Management and Student Affairs is the chief enrollment management and student affairs officer for the university and has oversight for a broad set of services, policies and procedures to meet the needs of a diverse student body and to create a student-centered, inclusive environment that promotes student success.
The Assistant Vice Chancellor for Student and Residential Life supervises the directors and coordinators of the reporting units and serves concurrently as the Chief Housing Officer, providing leadership for a comprehensive campus housing operation, including rental properties.
The University seeks an entrepreneurial, creative and broadly experienced individual to lead an expanding program of activities in international education and global engagement.
The new dean of admission will build on the considerable institutional support for and interest in enrolling a class of first year and transfer students who are high-achieving students and represent diverse backgrounds.
The Director of Safety and Security is responsible for the comprehensive operations of the College’s Safety and Security Department including leadership and oversight of a 24/7 fire, safety, security, and parking operations.
The ASAP Program Coordinator provides basic operational and analytical support related to a College’s ASAP program.
The ASAP Program Manager will provide general oversight over the distribution of ASAP incentives, assist with scheduling and managing ASAP reserved courses in conjunction with the academic departments, assist with recruitment planning and tasks, maintain student master rosters, and manage a cohort of ASAP students when needed.
The University of Tennessee is seeking candidates who can aggressively promote continued development of academic programs, research productivity, and national reputation of excellence, built upon a commitment to access and diversity.
The senior officer charged with managing a vibrant student life program, the Vice President/Dean provides dynamic and purposeful leadership motivated by a deep commitment to the liberal arts, shared governance, and student learning both inside and out of the classroom.
This position is responsible for the development, planning, and execution of the freshman and transfer recruitment plans, analyzing admissions data and trends, forecasting changes in enrollment, and developing appropriate enrollment models and operational strategies.
The ASAP Recruitment Specialist is a member of an integrated college team and has the major responsibility to lead the program’s recruitment efforts.
Oversee the administration of the College and the District; assure the College is administered in accordance with the policies adopted by the Governing Board; and maintain community, legislative and external College relations.
Provide direction and leadership for academic preparation and persistence initiatives and to lead and supervise academic and library support services.
The VPFA provides leadership, vision and proactive, integrated financial planning in the development of initiatives that will optimize resources in support of the College’s mission and strategic priorities.
The successful candidate will possess expertise in strategic marketing and communication; a capacity for the sophisticated analysis of data; and deep understanding of the use of technology in support of a forward-thinking and visible enrollment operation.
The next President of the University of Louisiana System will lead the promotion of access, retention, progression, and graduation rates of its nine universities, and will continue to advance the Board of Supervisors’ efforts to serve the citizens of Louisiana.
The Dean serves as the Chief Academic Officer of the College and works collaboratively with the President, vice presidents, deans, and faculty to further the academic mission of the institution and the success of its students.
Admissions counselors assist prospective freshman and transfer students in navigating the college selection process with a goal of attracting, recruiting, admitting, and enrolling a talented, geographically diverse student body.
The Dean serves as the Chief Academic Officer of the School and works collaboratively with the President, Provost, vice presidents, deans, and staff to further the academic mission of the institution and the success of its students.
Provide leadership, budget planning and monitoring of all NYU CMEP programs, initiatives, and workshops to enhance and create an inclusive campus environment supportive of diversity and equity from an intersectional approach.
The Dean of Enrollment Management has oversight for undergraduate and international admission to the University and plays a key partnership role in graduate admission, leading student financial assistance and records as well as admission.
This position will play a key role in planning, designing, implementing, reviewing and assessing an integrated communications and marketing program that promotes, showcases and enhances the Miami University Libraries’ brand.
The Dean of University Libraries serves as the senior administrative and academic officer of the University Libraries and is responsible for the innovative vision, strategic direction, policy development, and management for the St. John’s University Libraries on the Queens and branch campuses.
The Vice President for Administration and Finance serves as the University’s chief financial officer and oversees a range of administrative, facilities, technology and business operations that support the University and facilitate the advancement of the academic mission.
The successful candidate will be an inspiring and successful fundraising professional who is committed to the University’s mission of providing high quality liberal arts education and professional preparation and who is able to articulate the importance of supporting that mission to alumni, friends, foundations, and corporations.
The AVP supervises the leadership of the Hill Student Center, Student Housing and Residential Life, and Campus Dining.
Joining and playing a central role in a newly-emerging leadership team, the SVP will have the opportunity to plan for and to play a principal role in leading a university aspiring to greater national prominence into a new era of scholarly and pedagogical excellence.
Overseeing the College’s $118 million annual budget and $84 million endowment, the VPB/CFO carries special responsibility for leadership and management of the College’s financial plans and operations.
The VPSA is responsible for providing leadership, direction, and advocacy for a comprehensive array of services, programs, and activities designed to support students in achieving their academic and personal potential.
The University Title IX Officer is the designated campus official responsible for leading and managing all aspects of the University’s Title IX compliance obligations.
The Associate Director for Diversity Recruitment oversees the college’s efforts to identify, recruit, evaluate and enroll students who are underrepresented in higher education, including, first-generation college students, low-income students and students of color.
The Vice President for Operations will provide direct oversight of Human Resources, Campus Services, Enrollment Services, Facilities, Risk Initiatives, and University Police.
A senior leader in the UC Office of the President, the VP RGS works at the university-wide, state, national, and international levels to advance, champion, and synergize the University’s excellence in research and other creative activity as well as in graduate and postgraduate education.
The vice president will lead the development and implement John Jay’s integrated strategic financial plan.
The Director of the Lee Hagan Africana Studies Center will be responsible for the direct supervision and operations of the Center; governing of programming and services offered by the Center; coordination of the production of reports for internal and external units; and supervision and evaluation of staff.
Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis — Associate Vice Chancellor for Enrollment Management
The University seeks a forward-thinking leader with the skill to develop inventive, analytically rigorous, and technically sophisticated enrollment plans in a fast paced, deadline driven, and complex environment.
The AVP reports directly to the University’s Vice President for Finance/Chief Finance Officer and is responsible for directing Treasury Operations, including Cash and Debt Management, Financial Modeling, and Capital Planning for the University.
The primary responsibilities of the Dean are to provide leadership, develop a culture of teamwork, demonstrate a commitment to continuous improvement, improve the revenue base of the College as a self-support unit, develop external funds including gifts, grants, and contracts.
The Director of Multicultural Affairs at Miami University is responsible for initiatives that promote engagement and success of students as well as programs that prepare all students to lead in a diverse society.
The Dean must be committed to excellence in undergraduate and graduate education, provide collaborative leadership both within and outside the College, engage with faculty, students, staff, and partners to advance the university’s teaching and research missions, while actively promoting the ideals of inclusive excellence and student success, which are central to the mission of the CU-Boulder.
The chancellor will display the following important attributes: superior management, communications, interpersonal, budgeting, and strategic planning skills.
The Director of Research Support and Outreach Programs for the Center for Science and Social Science Information provides leadership for and is responsible for research support and outreach planning, communications, administration, and development of Yale’s CSSSI and its constituent units
SSU is especially interested in selecting a Provost, who, in partnership with the President, will provide academic leadership and advance the University’s academic programs.
American Association of State Colleges and Universities — Vice President for Government Relations and Policy Analysis
The Vice President for Government Relations and Policy Analysis has the responsibility to envision, manage, plan, develop and implement the Association’s public policy agenda and to direct a program to monitor, analyze, address and influence federal and state legislation affecting public higher education.
Successful recruitment, enrollment, advisement and retention of qualified undergraduate students, in particular from the five boroughs of New York City.
The incoming dean will be a strong leader of faculty and staff and will be expected to provide leadership, vision, and strategic thinking in academic planning, faculty recruitment and performance assessment, research and scholarly activity development, program review, and accreditation.
The Dean of the College of Natural Resources and Sciences serves as the academic and administrative leader of the College responsible for collaborating within CNRS and across other colleges in implementing the University-wide strategic plan.
The Dean is responsible for facilitating broader understanding of the wide array of programs offered by NJCU faculty, staff and students through an integrated communications plan for internal and external constituents.
The Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs is the senior academic officer in the University of Maine System, with responsibility and authority for strategic planning and policy development.
The Executive Director for Grants, Research and Sponsored Programs will be responsible for the pre-award proposal development and submission; award acceptance and contract negotiation; and post-award management and compliance (non-financial), including monitoring of performance reporting.
The VP/CDO will oversee the Office of Human Resources and will be responsible for developing and implementing a comprehensive plan for furthering diversity, equity and inclusion within the WPI community to ensure that the university has forward-thinking, dynamic and responsive policies that will attract and retain a diverse and highly qualified faculty and staff.