The ADRS-SS will be responsible for student development, department wide assessment, and personnel supervision in support of a quality co-curricular experience.
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The organization is currently seeking a Director – Programs for Diversity and Success, whose mission is to identify and promote the most promising approaches to diversity pipeline development for law school students and improved rates of completion of the law school curriculum and bar exam.
The Provost’s Office at the State University of New York at Oswego invites applications for the Director of the Office of Learning Services position.
The director will continue to build considerable institutional support for and interest in enrolling a class of first-year and transfer students who are high-achieving and represent diverse backgrounds.
This position reports to the President/CEO and directs the activities, personnel, and products of the Digital Media and Communication Strategies Division.
Provides leadership, vision and oversight of services provided by the Counseling Center; supervises and evaluates staff; provides assessments, short-term individual counseling, crisis intervention, and group therapy.
The Associate Director of Student Involvement works cooperatively with the entire Student Involvement staff to coordinate, support and evaluate a comprehensive co-curricular program.
The Director of Student Information & Registrar is responsible for the maintenance of student records at the institution level, ensuring the integrity and accuracy of all registration and transcript records of incoming, current, and former students.
the Director of Human Resources is responsible for the overall strategic direction of the HR department, and developing HR policies and programs for faculty, administrators and staff.
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign — Assistant Dean of Students/Associate Director (A1700181)
The Assistant Dean/Associate Director represents the Director of the office in meetings or on committees, handles emergency situations when the Director is unavailable, oversees the investigation of student sexual misconduct cases, and assumes primary responsibility for the department’s Alternative Conflict Resolution Services program.
The East District Director is responsible for leading and managing approximately 60 staff members in the 20 county East Extension District of Purdue Extension.
The Director is responsible for the management of all facets of the Institute’s mission and the implementation of its short‐term and long‐range plans.
The Director of Development position is a front-line fundraiser responsible for helping to increase private support for the priorities of Student Affairs and the University.
The Director of Financial Aid will provide administrative leadership and management for the Office of Financial Aid including all financial aid programs and services.
The Associate Director of the Davis Center will possess a deep knowledge of diversity and equity issues, particularly as they relate to gender, sexuality, race, and ethnicity.
The Director of Development position is a front-line fundraiser responsible for helping to increase private support for the priorities of CENG and the University.
The Director of Safety and Security is responsible for the comprehensive operations of the School’s safety and security services.
Brown’s Office of University Communications seeks an Art Director who will lead the creative team in producing attractive, user-centric, innovative designs for integrated, multi-platform use across Brown’s Web, digital and print media.
Responsible for investigating, reporting and training related to the following areas: Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action, Title IX and Americans with Disabilities Act.
The Johns Hopkins Center for a Livable Future based in the Department of Environmental Health and Engineering at The Johns Hopkins University Bloomberg School of Public Health is seeking a senior leader with expertise in food systems to serve as its Director.
The Associate Director of Residence Education provides leadership and strategic vision to, and is responsible for, developing strategic residence education plans to engage in the Liberal Learning goals and professional development plans for staff in MSU’s residential Neighborhoods.
The Director will be responsible for logistics and retail operations including Copy Centers, Parking & Transportation Services, Postal Services, Printing & Mailing Services, and University Stores.
The UC Davis Graduate School of Management is recruiting for an Executive Director for the Masters of Science – Business Analytics Program.
The Director of Human Resources works closely with the CFO to lead, direct, and coordinate all human resource activities including policy development, employment processes and personnel forms, employee benefits and retirement plans, employee relations, state and federal regulatory compliance, compensation, wellness and employee assistance programs, employee orientation, and training and professional development.
Plan and implement programs, services, and activities in the Office of Fraternity and Sorority Life (OFSL); direct the day-to-day operation and administration of OFSL, in accordance with program goals and objectives; and oversee program coordination and logistics.
The Executive Director will be responsible for establishing multi‐year strategic and tactical plans to maintain and expand program excellence, enhance the student experience, and ensure the program remains innovative and relevant to the developing marketplace for MBA talent.
The Director for Student Housing represents student housing to senior university administration while leading a highly respected auxiliary unit whose mission is building learning-centered communities through individual support and respect.
The Director of Commuter Student Services serves as an important contact person for commuter students, advocates for their needs, and directs them to appropriate campus resources.
The Senior Associate Director, University Housing-Residence Life is responsible for the planning, oversight, and strategic management of residential life and community development for the approximately 13,000 undergraduates, graduate students, and students with families who reside in the University’s residence halls and apartments.