South Central College — Dean of Health Sciences

South Central College, a proud member of the Minnesota State System of Colleges and Universities, is currently seeking an Unlimited Full-Time Dean of Health Sciences (Admin-6) to serve college wide, based on the North Mankato campus. The Dean is a front-line leader of the College, a member of the Deans Council and a member of the College management team. Academic leaders are the facilitating link among faculty members, staff, students, college leadership, and external constituencies. All activities and roles of the Academic Dean aim at furthering the best interests of SCC students to focus on student success, diversity, and institutional sustainability.

The Dean promotes academic achievement and learning consistent with established educational objectives, quality standards and fiscal responsibility, accreditation standards, and the college mission, vision, and strategic priorities.

Why Work For Us?

We are a passionate and talented community of educators, staff, and students who are driven to succeed and are looking to grow our talented team with the addition of a positive and motivated Dean of Health Sciences! Apply online with our search consultants at https://paulygroup.com/positions and click on “Apply Now” for South Central College, Dean of Health Sciences.

The State of Minnesota offers a comprehensive benefit package, including health, dental, vision, and life insurance, a robust retirement program, tuition waiver for employee and dependents, and professional development funds, among a variety of other benefits.

This position is covered under the Administrative Collective Bargaining Agreement. View union contract here: https://www.minnstate.edu/system/working/docs/contracts/administrators-plan.pdf

For additional information on benefits, review the State Employee Group Insurance Program (SEGIP) website: www.mn.gov/mmb/segip/

SCC is committed to fostering a campus environment of inclusion, knowledge, and understanding in which faculty, staff, and students learn to value diversity and to respect individual differences that enrich our college community.

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