The Vice President of Administration will play a significant role as a collaborative leader and strategic partner in shaping the future of Dutchess Community College.
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The Vice President provides leadership and direction for Western’s marketing and communication strategies to enhance university relations, student recruitment and retention, and student success and reports to the President.
The VPFA is the chief financial officer (CFO) and is responsible for providing leadership for all aspects of institutional finance and administration, including: financial services, human resources, physical plant, legal services, and auxiliary enterprises.
The university seeks a collaborative, visionary individual to join the dynamic leadership team of President Glena Temple.
The next vice president will be a strong and thoughtful leader with exceptional analytic, interpersonal and communication skills and the enthusiasm to partner with the president, provost, other university leaders, deans, faculty, staff and students as an ambitious plan for St. Thomas’s future is executed.
Virginia Commonwealth University seeks a vice president for development and alumni relations to lead its development and alumni relations operations to unprecedented levels of success and productivity.
S/he will work collaboratively to lead Marian to its next level of financial success by promoting best practices and modeling teamwork, transparent communication, and data-driven decision-making.
The new Vice President will partner with senior leadership and faculty to create and realize an ambitious new vision for the research enterprise to move the institution to another level and to be proactive in addressing the challenging national and global research environment.
The Vice President will initiate, develop, maintain, and provide fiscal oversight for programs and services that support students in their academic pursuits, campus life and civic and social responsibilities.
The VPRED plays a leadership role in state, national and international activities regarding research policy and guides the University in defining and meeting the emerging research opportunities of the future.
The Vice President for Administration and Finance serves as the chief financial and business officer of the University.
The Provost is responsible for the design and implementation of the core academic mission of the University, advocating for faculty, students, and strong and relevant academic programs.
The Vice Provost for Information Technology / Chief Information Officer ensures the delivery of secure, reliable, user-centered technology services of broad scope and purpose, develops and implements technology-related policies and procedures, and works with University administration in the strategic planning, prioritization, and resourcing of technology initiatives.
University of Minnesota-Twin Cities — Vice President for Information Technology and Chief Information Officer
The CIO will assume responsibilities for a well-coordinated, collaborative and distributed IT service organization already in place at the University, and will be responsible for leading, championing, and leveraging the critical role of technology in supporting and advancing the University’s academic, research and outreach mission.
The vice president will be central to these efforts by leading the university relations and development operations; articulating the university’s vision as part of its cultivation, fundraising, and alumni relations; collaborating with other university senior management.
The vice president provides leadership, vision and expertise for enrollment initiatives at all NYIT campuses and champions NYIT’s goal to be a “student-centered” university.
The Vice President for Enrollment Management provides leadership to the areas of administration related to admissions, financial aid, and retention.
The Vice President for Communications and Marketing provides leadership and works in close partnership with divisions, departments, offices, and schools to determine marketing goals, create effective strategies, implement tactics, and measure success.
As the Vice President for University Engagement, articulates and fosters a strategic, university-wide vision of community engagement that advances Cleveland State University’s goals of being a vibrant metropolitan university that provides a rich environment for engaged learning and scholarship, of being a national leader in community outreach, and of contributing to the social and economic development of Greater Cleveland.