The Dean of the School of Business will play a visionary and leadership role in transforming the School to seize today’s opportunity to address 21st century challenges.
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The Business Management Division seeks one assistant/associate professor in one of the following areas: Economics, Marketing, International Business, Entrepreneurship or Innovation beginning in Fall 2017.
Reporting directly to the provost, the dean of The Argyros School is responsible for developing a clear and strategic vision for the school as it advances in rank, reputation, and student quality.
The Advancement Systems team collaborates with business departments across the University to identify, implement, and support core, enterprise level, technology solutions that support the business operations of alumni affairs and development offices across the University.
The Dean of the School of Business sits on the President’s Cabinet and oversees a school dedicated to serving working professionals from varied backgrounds who seek opportunities to advance their business careers.
The ideal candidate will be a visionary and collegial professional who understands both corporate and academic environments.
This position supervises business services and administrative functions for the Department and is responsible for carrying out financial activities, including fiscal oversight of all departmental and program budgets.
The Dean will represent the School and its faculty with internal and external constituencies, work directly with the Office of Advancement, and develop and cultivate relationships with leaders in government and business.
The dean will be responsible for leading the College of Business through AACSB accreditation, developing both internal and external partnerships, driving enrollment, and generating new resources and revenue streams.
The dean will be a dynamic, collaborative and energetic leader who will be responsible for enhancing and revitalizing the academic programs, inspiring faculty, staff and students and engaging with an active advisory board as well as with the business community.
The Dean is the chief administrative officer and academic leader of the School reporting to the Senior Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs.
We expect that the Fellowship will aid scholars in developing research and teaching expertise in business ethics and/or legal studies.
The successful candidate will possess outstanding leadership skills and the ability to serve as an articulate and zealous representative of, and advocate for, the College’s programs, locally, within Central Appalachia, nationally, and internationally.
The next Dean will lead the Walker School in developing a cutting edge and sustainable strategic plan with a focus on several key university priorities.