University of Nevada, Reno
AND EMPLOYER RELATIONS COORDINATOR JOB ANNOUNCEMENT
45 minutes away from Lake Tahoe and the Sierras, and a short drive away from
California, Reno has a favorable quality of life and provides an array of
cultural activities. With several major venues for concerts and sporting events
as well as 15 world-class skiing and snowboarding resorts, hundreds of mountain
biking and hiking trails, the Truckee River, and Lake Tahoe, plenty of
activities are immediately accessible. Its proximity to California including
Sacramento, Napa Valley, and San Francisco makes Reno a unique place to live
and branch out to other unique destinations.
University of Nevada, Reno Student Services Division is seeking an innovative
and effective professional to create and manage internships and employer
relations for the Career Studio program on campus. The Coordinator,
Internship and Employer Relations position is responsible for developing,
implementing and evaluating outcomes-based programs and activities to assist
University of Nevada, Reno (UNR) students in identifying internship and career
interests and opportunities within the context of the global economy. In
addition, the position cultivates relationships with employers to generate internship
and career opportunities for UNR students, as well as coordinates career fairs, employer panels, and alumni mentorship
programs. The position requires the ability to work effectively with diverse
populations on and off campus, as well within the Career Studio’s career and
professional development team. The coordinator
will assist in training and supervising a team of paraprofessional student
Career Mentors that will engage students in identifying and developing choices
that lead to successful careers.
qualifications are a Bachelor’s degree and two years of full-time related
professional experience or Master’s degree and one year of full-time related
professional experience. This is a
Salary Range 2 position. For a more
detailed job description, go to https://www.unrsearch.com/postings/17275
or view our University of Nevada job board at http://jobs.unr.edu. To apply, go to the job description and hit
the application link at the upper right.
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Northwestern University seeks nominations and
applications for the opportunity to lead the institutional efforts to advance
its work on diversity and inclusion.
Reporting to the Provost as a member of the Provost’s Office, the
Associate Provost for Diversity and Inclusion will serve as the senior
administrator responsible for leading and coordinating efforts to create a
diverse, inclusive and welcoming environment for all students, faculty, staff,
alumni, and community partners.
Northwestern University is global in its scope,
with 12 schools and colleges located on two campuses in Illinois (in Evanston
and in Chicago) and one situated in Doha, Qatar. Ranked 12th among
national universities by U.S. News,
Northwestern has approximately 3,800 full-time faculty. The University’s total
enrollment is just over 16,000, with undergraduates comprising just over half
of that number.
This is an exciting and challenging opportunity
for a dynamic leader to coordinate Northwestern’s school-based and campus-wide
diversity initiatives through strategic planning; training, education and
research; community relations; policy development; accountability; and
communications. The College seeks
candidates whose education, perspectives, and experience enable them to promote
a culture of equity and inclusion at Northwestern, develop and implement
policies in support of equal opportunity and full participation, support the
University’s programs to diversify the faculty and staff, and provide
leadership on campus and nationally.
A complete leadership profile can be found at: wittkieffer.com.
Inquiries, nominations, and applications are
invited. Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until
the position is filled. For full consideration, applicant materials should be
received by April 25, 2015. Candidates should provide a curriculum vitae or resume, a letter of application that addresses
the responsibilities and requirements described in the Leadership Profile, and
the names and contact information of five references. These materials should be
sent via e-mail to the Search Committee’s consultants Oliver B. Tomlin III,
Jennifer G. Bauer, and Khalilah Lawson at NUAPDI@wittkieffer.com. The
consultants can be reached by phone through the office of Angela Bettis at
As per Northwestern University policy, this position
requires a criminal background check.
Successful applicants will need to submit to a criminal
background check prior to employment.
Northwestern University is an Equal Opportunity,
Affirmative Action Employer of all protected classes including veterans and
individuals with disabilities.
Executive Director of Institutional Research and Assessment
(position number 13285)
University-Purdue University Indianapolis is a progressive urban institution
enrolling more than 30,000 students in professional and liberal education. Located in the state capital, its mission
highlights teaching, scholarship, and service that are characterized by
collaboration, a commitment to diversity, and pursuit of best practice. The campus offers more than 185 academic programs - from associate degrees to
doctoral and professional degrees including basic undergraduate programs in the
arts and sciences, numerous programs in medicine and health, as well as other
professional programs in law, philanthropy, informatics, business, engineering,
fine arts, physical education, and public affairs. The IUPUI campus is adjacent to a vibrant
downtown Indianapolis including several new museums and cultural and commercial
The Executive Director of Institutional Research
and Assessment, within Executive
Management, will oversee the coordination, implementation, and
evaluation of a comprehensive program
of institutional research, assessment of learning outcomes and institutional effectiveness that encompasses
data collection, analysis, interpretation, and reporting
to internal and external stakeholders,
including presentation to diverse
faculty and administrative leaders to coordinate IUPUI’s approaches to assessment of student
learning and of institutional effectiveness.
Lead groups working in a collaborative, strategy-driven environment. Work
with campus offices to coordinate campus accreditation activities to ensure
assessment efforts are consistent with guidelines of the Higher Learning
Commission. Develop strategic initiatives and objectives as well as innovative
plans for academic assessment.
supervise, and perform research and policy analyses relevant
to institutional planning, policy and program development, program evaluation, and decision-making.
•Assist senior administrators in identifying and understanding emerging
internal and external issues and changes
that may provide opportunities or challenges to the institution.
integrate university planning
at all levels with institutional research, policy analysis,
assessment of institutional effectiveness.
program of survey and
institutional research that supports
a wide range of student
outcomes assessment initiatives as well
academic program review.
The successful candidate
will possess the ability
advise the Chancellor,
Executive Vice Chancellor,
Department Chairs concerning
higher education issues informed
by data. This position
will have primary responsibility
for encouraging good practice in
assessing learning outcomes and institutional effectiveness in all academic
and administrative units.
This will include assembling evidence of progress on the IUPUI Strategic Plan, particularly
in the areas of staff, faculty, community engagement, financial, campus climate
for diversity, and human resources information.
Ph.D. or equivalent from
an accredited institution, plus 5
or more years of
successful experience in
institutional research. Experience in data
evaluation; managing personnel; entrepreneurial experience,
including success in sponsored research and
budgeting. Expertise in web-based dissemination of information to decision
Excellent interpersonal skills and relationship
building-across functions. Effective written and oral presentation
skills as evidenced
in a record of presentations
and publications. Knowledge of higher education
issues, ability to conduct and
advanced statistical analyses,
and prepare reports.
Knowledge of a statistical package such as SPSS,
SAS, or Strata.
MS Office suite of programs.
Basic knowledge of Tableau,
databases, SQL or Qualtrics, and survey research software.
To apply please go to https://jobs.iu.edu/ . In
order to be considered for this position, applicants must attach both a cover
letter and resume when applying. If you
have questions about the position please contact Gary Pike (firstname.lastname@example.org). Nominations and applications will be accepted until the
position is filled, expected by May 1, 2015.
University is an EEO/AA/Title VI/Title IX/Section 504/ADA/ADEA institution and
does not discriminate on the basis of race, sex, color, religion, national
origin, age, disability or veteran status in provision of educational programs
and services or employment opportunities and benefits.
Harvard Graduate School of Education
00 - Non Union, Exempt or Temporary
Duties & Responsibilities
Reporting to the Associate Dean for Learning and Teaching, manages a range of
key activities and projects that contribute to an effective learning
environment at HGSE. Leads the curriculum planning and course scheduling
process, in close partnership with the Registrar and program administrators and
faculty directors. Plans and executes programs such as Teaching and
Learning Week, Master Classes, Special Topics Seminars and other noncredit
learning experiences. Oversees planning, design, and implementation of January
Term, providing updates to the Associate Dean. Responsible for project
management and execution for curricular and program initiatives overseen by the
Associate Dean. Works collaboratively with staff in HGSE's Dean's Office,
Faculty Affairs, IT Learning Technologies Group, the Teaching and Learning Lab,
the Registrar's Office, Student Affairs, Degree Programs, and members of the
HGSE faculty to coordinate delivery of courses across HGSE. Serves as lead
administrator in support of faculty Curriculum Planning Committee. Works
with colleagues at the University level as appropriate. Develops and
manages budgets for academic initiatives and performs forecasts. Authors
briefings and reports on behalf of the Associate Dean and Dean's Office more
generally, and represents the Associate Dean in meetings, project groups, and
engagement with stakeholders. Leads other academic projects as assigned.
This position has a 6 month Orientation and Review period.
Master's degree and three to five + years related professional experience.
Master's in education preferred. Experience in higher education desired.
Working knowledge of education as a field. Strong skills in leading
collaborative professional teams. Ability to work independently with tact,
diplomacy, and discretion while establishing strong working relationships.
Strong organizational and project-management skills. Experience dealing with
individuals at all levels of a complex organization. Flexibility and an ability
to deal with dynamic situations and new responsibilities. Exceptional writing,
speaking and listening skills.
Please attach resume and
cover letter as one document.
We regret that the Harvard
Graduate School of Education does not provide Visa sponsorship.
About the Harvard Graduate School of Education
Many choose to work at the Harvard Graduate School of Education because they
believe in our mission and are excited by our vision for the future. We have a
reputation as a great place to work, for our excellent leadership, and we are a
strong community which values diversity. For more information about HGSE, its
programs, research, and faculty, please visit: www.gse.harvard.edu
We are an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive
consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex,
national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic
protected by law.
Apply Here: http://www.Click2Apply.net/ncdgw3d
University of New Mexico Global Education Office (GEO)
Appointment Type: Staff - Contract
Working Title (if applicable): Director of Global Education Initiatives
Department Global Education Office
Salary Grade 16
Salary: $5,503.66 minimum - $8,531.47 midpoint (MO)
Work Location: UNM Main Campus (Abq)
Position Summary: The University of New Mexico Global Education Office
(GEO) coordinates and promotes participation of the University community in
globalization efforts through: recruitment and admission of international
students; immigration compliance and support services; intensive English as a
second language study; recruitment and advisement of study abroad students;
support of faculty who develop and teach courses abroad; creation of strategic
partnerships with academic institutions around the globe; and coordination with
U.S. government agencies, foreign embassies, sponsors, and educational
foundations that support international or study abroad students, scholars,
faculty, and staff. GEO currently operates strategic initiatives in Beijing,
China and Mexico City, Mexico as it looks to diversify and expand UNM's
international footprint. GEO is comprised of approximately 30 FTE staff and 40
additional personnel (student employees and contract staff) organized into four
functional operating units: the Center for English Language & American
Culture (CELAC); Education Abroad; International Recruitment & Admissions;
and International Student & Scholar Services. GEO's total financial
portfolio is approximately $3.2 million annually and includes institutional,
self-generated, grant, and endowed revenues.
The University of New Mexico seeks applications for the position of Director of
Global Education Initiatives in the Global Education Office. Reporting
administratively to the Associate Provost for Faculty Development and
International and Interdisciplinary Initiatives, the successful candidate will
direct, and develop the University's international education, exchange, and
study programs and associated initiatives, to include the International Student
and Scholar Office, the Study Abroad Office, the Fulbright and Exchange Office,
the Center for English Language and American Culture Office, and the
International Admissions Office. The successful candidate will provide integrated
planning, management, and leadership for international education programs,
services, and associated initiatives of the Global Education Office, and work
with both domestic and international administration, faculty, staff, industry,
academic, and government agency officials to develop international education
programs and services, and seek to strengthen global communication and
understanding though educational and cultural exchange. The anticipated
starting date of the position is August 1, 2015.
This is a benefits eligible position. The University of New Mexico provides a
comprehensive package of benefits including medical, dental, vision, and life
insurance. In addition, UNM offers educational benefits through the tuition
remission and dependent education programs. See the Prospective Employee
page for a more complete explanation of UNM benefits.
Posting Date: 02-13-2015
For Best Consideration: 03-16-2015
Closing Date: Open Until Filled
Special Instructions to Applicants: - Cover letter should address your
vision for the Global Education Office, with reference to the minimum and
preferred qualifications posted for the position.
- The names, addresses, and contact information of three professional
-Selected candidate must provide official transcripts of highest level of
education completed in order to process the hire.
Position Type: Staff
Appointment End Date
Posting Type: Competitive
Position Class URL: Click here to view additional position details
Posting Department Website: http://studyabroad.unm.edu/
Institutional Commitment: The University of New Mexico is committed to
hiring and retaining a diverse workforce. We are an Equal Opportunity Employer,
making decisions without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin,
age, veteran status, disability, or any other protected class.
Quicklink for Posting:
Master's degree; at least 7 years of experience that is directly related to the
duties and responsibilities specified.
Preferred Qualifications: 1. Ph.D. in field relevant to international
2. Demonstrated experience communicating effectively, both orally and written,
with colleagues and the media.
3. Knowledge of and experience managing immigration procedures, policies and
4. Fluency in Spanish and/or other languages.
5. Knowledge & experience in recruiting of international students, study
abroad, ESL, international protocol.
6. Five (5) years of administrative experience at a public university.
7. Demonstrated knowledge of budget development, management, and marketing.
8. Ability to interact with the diverse populations of the university and
outside groups (including government sponsors and community members).
9. Ability to lead a large organization through comprehensive planning and
execution of stated goals (aligning financial, human resource, and facility
resources with goals).
10. Experience working with global education leaders, faculty from varied
academic disciplines, and traditional and non-traditional students.
Application type required for this position: Staff/UNMTemps Employment
Additional requirements for this position:
Required Applicant Documents: Resume
Optional Applicant Documents:
Apply Here: http://www.Click2Apply.net/8d3qhs2
UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS AT ARLINGTON
Department of Mathematics
The Department of Mathematics at The University of Texas at
Arlington invites applications for a two-year visiting Assistant Professor
position in Statistics beginning Fall, 2015, subject to available funding. The
salary will be competitive and commensurate with qualifications and experience.
The minimum qualifications are an earned Ph.D. in statistics or related areas.
While outstanding applicants from all statistical research areas will be considered,
preference will be given to those with significant research and scholarly
accomplishments or potentials in biostatistics or applied statistics. Duties
will include teaching undergraduate and graduate courses; and mentoring undergraduate and/or graduate
students; doing scholarly research; writing grant proposals and
UT Arlington is a public Comprehensive Doctoral/High
Research Activity institution and part of the University of Texas system with
an enrollment of over 36,000 students. The Department of Mathematics is the
winner of the 2013 Award for Exemplary Program or Achievement in a Mathematics
Department. Serving more than 10,000 students every year, the department is a major center for mathematics research
and education in the Dallas/Fort Worth metroplex and north Texas. The
department offers a variety of degree programs, including BS, BS, MA, MS, and
PhD s in Mathematics, Statistics and Mathematics Education It currently has
more than 100 supported graduate students. As part of the university's College
of Science, the department actively encourages interdisciplinary research
efforts at the interface between mathematics, statistics, science, engineering
and local industries. For more details, visit the Department's web page at http://www.uta.edu/math and
the University´s webpage http://www.uta.edu.
Applicants must submit electronically via http://www.mathjobs.org
a letter of application plus a complete curriculum vitae, statement on research
interests, statement of teaching philosophy that addresses evidence of teaching
experience and effectiveness, and a cover sheet. Applicants should arrange to have at least
three letters of recommendation uploaded to http://www.mathjobs.org. Inquiries about the
position may be directed to email@example.com. Review of applications will
begin on March 16, 2015, and will continue until the position is filled.
Persons from groups historically underrepresented in Science, Technology,
Engineering and Mathematics are encouraged to apply.
of Texas at Arlington is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer.
Women, minorities, veterans, and individuals with disabilities are encouraged
to apply. The use of tobacco products is prohibited on UT Arlington properties.
A criminal background check will be conducted on finalists. For more
information see http://www.uta.edu/hr/eos.
Program Director, Bachelor of Disciplinary Studies
UVa’s School of Continuing and
Professional Studies (SCPS) seeks applicants for the Senior Program Director
for Bachelor of Disciplinary Studies (BIS) located in Charlottesville, Va. This
is a full-time non-tenure track teaching and research faculty position.
The successful candidate will be
committed to academic excellence in the execution of undergraduate programs
through teaching and managing programs; teaches a minimum of one course per
semester within his/her discipline; providing curricular leadership through the
School’s program review process; remaining current in academic specialty;
mentoring students and faculty; contributes, according to SCPS policies and
processes, in effective collegiality, service and engagement activities as
faculty orientation, student orientation, information sessions, committee and
work group meetings, and curriculum development; and, will serve as effective
partner to advance the programs and services of the School with personnel in
administrative, marketing, outreach and student services.
The successful incumbent is
responsible for administration functions as insuring quality and compliance of
programs; long-term planning and strategies for enrollment and financial growth
of the program; evaluate operations and outcomes to ensure alignment with
organizational goals and budget management; supervises and facilitates work of
program team and lateral colleagues; collaborates with other SCPS, UHR and
other University staff as appropriate in order to identify training needs for
employees supervised and design and facilitate training for SCPS in designated
area of responsibility; and, must have ability to work under deadlines.
Required Education: PhD; Ed.D; or, equivalent terminal degree.
Required Experience: Record of extensive subject matter expertise and academic
credentials in discipline; demonstrable experience teaching adult students:
successful experience in applicable discipline; higher education administration
experience with a four year institution; experience with academic program
management and administration.
Required Computer Applications: Works with multiple systems, including but not limited to
Microsoft Office, Outlook and Calendar and student information systems.
The University will perform
background checks on all new hires prior to making a final offer of employment.
To apply, visit https://jobs.virginia.edu and
search posting #0615813 complete a candidate profile and attach a cover
letter; your CV or Resume; unofficial transcripts for masters and terminal
degree; teaching philosophy; and, three letters of recommendation (download
each recommendation letter under "other 1,2,3" as listed in Jobs@UVa).
The completion and submission of all requested documents is required for
This position will be posted until
Questions regarding this position
should be directed to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
University of Virginia is an affirmative action/equal opportunity employer
committed to diversity, equity, and inclusiveness. Women, minorities, veterans
and persons with disabilities are encouraged to apply.
Apply Here: http://www.Click2Apply.net/ghmss9p
THOMPSON CURATOR OF AFRICAN AMERICAN AND AFRICAN ART
The Larry D. and Brenda A. Thompson Curator [the "Thompson
Curator”] at the Georgia Museum of Art on the campus of the University of
Georgia will oversee a growing collection of objects and archives by artists of
the African diaspora, with an emphasis on art by African Americans, as well as
managing a smaller collection of African objects. The Thompson Curator will
report to the director of the museum. He or she will work collaboratively with
other curators where areas of interest overlap, particularly with the curators
of American art and decorative arts, as well as with the Pierre Daura Curator
of European Art, the curator of education, the director of communications,
registrars, preparators and with outside curators and other scholars, to
further the study, care, interpretation, presentation and publication of
objects in the collection.
Qualifications: The position requires substantial,
proven knowledge of art by African Americans, art of the larger African diaspora
and African art and material culture, in addition to curatorial experience (preferably
three to five years in a museum setting), connoisseurship and knowledge of
issues regarding conservation. A doctorate in the history of art, African studies,
African-American studies, or a closely related field is required; publications
and a demonstrated interest in academics are expected.
Primary duties: The Thompson Curator will have
day-to-day and long-term responsibilities regarding organizing exhibitions, conducting
research, budgeting, writing for publications, recommending and soliciting acquisitions
and identifying and performing as in-house curator for exhibitions on loan from
other institutions. The Thompson Curator will work with the curator of
education to make exhibitions more accessible to the general public, with
docents in training for tours and with the faculty, staff and students of the
Donor relations will be an important aspect of the curator’s job,
and she or he will be expected to assist the director in identifying and
cultivating prospects for future gifts of works of art to the museum’s
permanent collection, as well as working with the museum’s Board of Advisors. A
wide range of professional activities is expected, including lecturing,
teaching, participation in scholarly symposia, contributing to scholarly
publications, serving on museum committees and actively participating in
professional organizations and committees.
museum: The Georgia Museum of Art shares the mission
of the University of Georgia to support and promote teaching, research and service.
Specifically, the museum exists to collect, preserve, exhibit and interpret
significant works of art. Opened in 1948, the Georgia Museum of Art
is accredited by AAM and is a member of AAMD. It is both a university museum
and the official state museum of art. The museum offers programming for patrons
of all ages, from children to senior citizens, as well as free admission to the
public for all exhibitions. It carries out an ambitious exhibition and
acquisition program, organizing its own exhibitions in-house, creating
traveling exhibitions for other museums and galleries and playing host to
traveling exhibitions from around the country and the world. The museum hosts
approximately 80,000 visitors a year. Visit www.georgiamuseum.org for more
museum is located on the campus of the University of Georgia, a land- and
sea-grant state university with a total enrollment of around 35,000 students and
a workforce of nearly 10,000 employees. Eighteen different schools and colleges
are within the university, and its libraries are ranked among the nation’s best
in research. U.S. News & World Report’s
2013 "Best Colleges” edition has UGA ranked 21 among public universities. Its
NCAA Division I sports teams have won 38 national championships, including 26
Georgia, is located 70 miles northeast of Atlanta, in the foothills of the Blue
Ridge Mountains, approximately 300 miles from the coast. With a population of more
than 100,000, Athens serves the region as an educational, medical, business,
industrial and retail center. The city benefits from strong historic
preservationist activity and nurtures artists, writers, musicians and poets. Cultural,
sporting and outdoor opportunities abound, for both adults and children. The
public school system is recognized statewide for excellence, and there are several
outstanding independent and parochial schools in the area. Both the city and the
university have a public transit system. Urban, suburban and rural housing is
available either for purchase or rent. For more information about Athens,
please visit the Athens Convention & Visitors Bureau website at http://www.visitathensga.com.
Applications will be reviewed until the position
is filled. Please send a letter of application, a curriculum vitae and a sample
of scholarly writing to:
Conley, Business Manager
Museum of Art
Materials may be sent via email to email@example.com. No faxes
The University of Georgia is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative
Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for
employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin,
disability, or protected veteran status.
SPECIAL EVENTS COORDINATOR
UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, RIVERSIDE
The Special Events Coordinator manages all aspects of special event
planning and implementation for all special programs and events (non-athletic)
sponsored by Intercollegiate Athletics. This includes operational support,
budget development, event marketing and communication, staffing, the
identification of vendors, contract negotiations, and the application of UC,
UCR, and NCAA rules and regulations. The Coordinator interacts with the members
of the Athletics Associate Board, volunteer leadership, University
administrators and staff, faculty, coaches, volunteers, donors, and staff. Due
to the variety and range of Intercollegiate Athletics activities, the ability
to work evening and weekend events is essential.
The other primary area of responsibility involves providing administrative
support for the athletics administration office including the Director of
Athletics and Executive Associate Director of Athletics including desk
coverage, correspondence, and managing other general office resources and support.
Budgeted Annual Salary $44,150.
Bachelor's Degree. Two years of related experience, or an equivalent
combination of education and experience. Previous knowledge of and experience
working within an intercollegiate athletics program.
Demonstrated interpersonal and communication skills to establish and maintain
cooperative relationships, interact effectively with tact, diplomacy, and
confidentiality with individuals from diverse backgrounds and from different
organizational levels across the campus and external community.
Proven ability to exercise discretion and sound judgment with general public,
students, coaches and administrators.
Background in project management including setting priorities and goals,
developing operation plans and budgets, analyzing problems, determining
solutions, meeting deadlines and managing process from inceptions to
Advanced writing skills which include the ability to independently compose
letters, memos, reports, and other written communication materials using
correct spelling, grammar, punctuation, composition, text editing and
Demonstrated proficiency in using electronic research tools, computer
applications (including Microsoft Office suite) and database applications.
Demonstrated ability to conceptualize, plan, organize, and prioritize
assignments effectively with frequent interruptions and to complete work in a
timely fashion under stress of deadlines.
Analytical ability to define problems and meet objectives, identify relevant
factors and concerns, and recognize alternatives and their implications.
Ability to be flexible, working independently as well as collaboratively as
Ability to foster a cooperative work environment.
Demonstrated ability to gather and analyze data, compiles information, and
Experience with managing schedules and calendars.
Will be required to work events evenings/weekends.
Hired applicant must possess a valid California Driver's License and must successfully
pass a background check through the Department of Justice.
Experience in project management including setting priorities and
goals, developing operation plans and budgets, analyzing problems, determining
solutions, meeting deadlines and managing process from inception to completion.
Demonstrated experience in UC Policy and Procedures and NCAA Rules and
Supervisory experience; proven ability to communication clearly, to listen
effectively, and to hire, manage, and train event and student staff.
Thrive on working in a fast-paced environment with proven ability to
Experience in relationship building within diverse organizations and in dealing
with external and internal constituents.
Ability to frequently lift, bend, push, pull, climb, and walk.
online application at https://jobs.ucr.edu/
February 17, 2015 application deadline.
At UC Riverside we celebrate
diversity and are proud of our #8 ranking among the nation for most diverse
universities (US News and World Report 2012-13). Become part of a place that
fosters success for all its constituents, students, faculty, and staff, and
where work/life balance and campus culture are integral to our way of life.
UCR is ranked 46th among top public universities (US News and World Report
2012-13) and is an Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action Employer with a
strong institutional commitment to the achievement of excellence and diversity
among its faculty and staff.
School of Education Dean AD TEXT
The University of Wisconsin-Madison, established in 1848 and
considered one of the world's outstanding public research universities, invites
applications and nominations for the position of dean of the School of
Education. UW–Madison, the flagship campus of the University of Wisconsin System,
is a major land-grant university committed to excellence in teaching, research
and public service, with revenues of $2.8 billion, a student body of
approximately 43,000, and faculty/staff of approximately 22,000, and a campus
environment that facilitates cross disciplinary collaborative research.
The School of Education is consistently ranked as one of the top
schools of education in the nation. Currently it is ranked as the #1 public
School of Education in the nation; nine programs in the School are ranked in
the top 3 in the nation. The School is comprised of nine academic departments,
two major research units, including the nationally recognized Wisconsin Center
for Education Research, and an array of outreach services. The School also has
a separate supporting non-profit organization—the Wisconsin Center for
Education Products and Services.
The School offers undergraduate, master's and doctoral degrees
in the major fields of education, providing a broad range of programs for
teachers, teacher educators, school specialists, administrators,
education-related professionals, performing and visual artists, arts educators
and health-related professionals. About 40% of the School's students are
enrolled in the core educational programs, 20% are in the arts programs of
theatre, art, and dance, and 40% are in the health promotion programs of
kinesiology, counseling, occupational therapy and exercise science programs.
The School also houses several service units that serve the University and the
The dean, who reports to the chancellor through the provost,
serves as the chief academic and executive officer of the School with
responsibilities in the areas of staffing, budget, curriculum, student academic
affairs, and space, as well as fundraising and alumni relations. The school
employs approximately 137 faculty, 171 instructional staff, 401 academic staff
and limited appointments, and 94 classified staff. The annual budget of the
school is $108 million (including $38 million in gifts and grants). For more
information about the School of Education, please see www.education.wisc.edu/.
More information, including a link to the full position
description, can be found at http://provost.wisc.edu/dean-education.htm.
Electronic applications and nominations must be received by March
22, 2015, to ensure consideration. Later applications and nominations may
also be considered. The committee particularly encourages applications and
nominations of women and persons of underrepresented groups. Applicants should
include a current resume or curriculum vitae and a comprehensive cover letter
that addresses how their strengths and experience match the qualifications for
the position, and what they see as challenges and opportunities of the
position, as well as the names, addresses, e-mails, and telephone numbers of
five references. Candidates will be informed before references are contacted. Submit
applications to the committee chair, Professor David Kaplan, at firstname.lastname@example.org.