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Arts and Sciences Programs
Institute for Recruitment of Teachers (IRT) at Phillips Academy is seeking an
experienced and knowledgeable team player to serve as our Arts and Sciences
Programs Specialist (ASPS). Reporting to
the Assistant Director/Manager of Programs, the ASPS will be responsible for a
portfolio of shared responsibilities that range from student advising,
recruitment, admissions reading and committee work, and summer workshop
planning. In addition, the ASPS will
have leadership responsibilities in cultivating expertise on all MA/PhD
research and education programs, degree requirements and requisite experience
for eligibility and competitiveness, student placement, matriculation data,
changing trends and policies, and funding pools. The ASPS will work closely with the Education
Program Specialist as well as the Assistant Director/Manager of Programs to
procure expertise on each our consortium schools and degree programs so as to
best be able to advise students in the fall term and guide IRT staff through
admissions discussions. The ASPS will
also be responsible for writing reports and compiling data as is needed or
requested by the Assistant Director/Manager of Programs and the Executive
Director. IRT offers the opportunity to
cull an area of knowledge and expertise that is vital to the quality of
programming and for growing a highly capable vanguard of teachers and leaders
in the professoriate and doctoral levels of education.
critical knowledge of MA/PhD research and practical programs in the Arts and
Sciences fields supported by the IRT
academic background in the social sciences or humanities
Master’s degree in the social sciences, humanities, or education, preferably a
PhD in her/his area of study
record of successfully working with diverse and underrepresented students
of software and technology used in the daily processes and functioning of the
office (including but not limited to Canvas, Google, Outlook, Word, Excel,
to work in a fast-paced environment and to multitask
teamwork ethic and willingness to
and adaptability to handle process and program changes
entrepreneurial spirit: the willingness to self-direct in the area of
interpersonal, written, and oral communication skills
position is 10 months per year beginning on September 1 and ending on June
30. Full background check required. Please send a cover letter and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org
Academy is and Equal Opportunity Employer.
The College Board
Executive Director, Student Impact
Job ID: RAC20152703-53914
Executive Director, Student Impact
The College Board is conducting a search for an Executive Director,
Student Impact. The incumbent will lead the Student Impact team – a group of
leaders tasked with the explicit goal of driving student results. The
Student Impact team will provide an ongoing innovative design function for
the College Readiness Assessments group. The team will
quickly design, test and iterate on a variety of new and innovative
school/district implementation models as well as build out new
capabilities. The objective of this function will be to translate
better assessments into more informative reporting, innovative programs and
research-based models that achieve the ultimate goals of more students
graduating high school ready for college, and more students taking advantage
of the opportunities they’ve earned.
While the objectives of the team will expand to meet ongoing
development needs, specific plans include:
- Implementation Models: The team will pilot test
and iterate on school and district-level "implementation” models that lead to
effective practice utilizing assessment to inform instruction, as well as
ensuring that each of these models is affirmed or improved through
research. Examples of the type of problem to be addressed:
improving SAT scores through summer Khan Academy usage; using PSAT 8/9 and
PSAT/NMSQT results to support curricular alignment through vertical teams
across schools in a district.
-Data & Reporting: The team will develop
and iterate on innovative reporting systems, and will work to support more
effective use of data to accelerate student progress. This will be
ongoing work that will support and codify new approaches being examined
through the implementation models team.
-Practice: The team will ensure that all
students have access to the practice materials they need. This includes
managing the Khan Academy partnership and integrated models to support practice
that include mentors and coaches, and will work to develop
community-based-organization relationships and school models that will ensure
students have access to the resources they need.
-Digital Initiatives: The team will
work with others throughout the organization to design, plan, and implement a
coherent digital roadmap for College Board to deliver its assessments on a
digital platform. This work will begin with the administration of the SAT
Suite of Assessments on computer and with the design and implementation of
the next generation Accuplacer program but will expand to include other
programs and computerized models in time.
-Strategic Partnerships: The team is
responsible for critical strategic partnerships associated with College
Board’s college readiness assessments. These relationships include the
National Merit Scholarship Commission as well as a number of other
organizations offering scholarships. While the team will initially
focus on the expansion of scholarships, they will expand their scope to
include the delivery of other types of opportunities to students.
The ED, Student Impact will be responsible for inspiring and connecting
the work of a set of senior leaders within the College Readiness Assessment
team and will also ensure that the work is well connected to broader
initiatives and capabilities across the College Board. The ED will play
a key ongoing advisory role to the VP and Chief of Assessment, ensuring that
strategic planning and prioritization for the broader team effectively
incorporates the needs of the Student Impact Development team.
a coherent vision and set of goals for the Student Impact team that
reflects the broader initiative of driving student results.
lead, guide, and coach team of leaders focused on individual outcome
goals while creating coherent themes and excitement across the team
and maintain a deep understanding of the K-12 school market, competitive
landscape, trends, offerings, and requirements to ensure models and
partnerships are formed within the current context of the broader
with team members and group analysts to ensure business/impact cases are
developed and communicated for key development needs.
in the development of long-term strategy plans for the group
that new frameworks and tools integrate appropriately into existing
operational models, advocate effectively for changes to that model
collaboratively and effectively with internal colleagues across multiple
functions, participating in the development and refinement of the
approach and implementation models. Develop strong relationships
with field leaders who will be working to implement model changes.
This position and will work closely with:
and PSAT/NMSQT Program Staff
team; CLEP team; Search/Higher Education teams
to Opportunity Initiatives and team members
and Assessment Design and Development
IT, Sales, and Marketing/Communications teams
College Board Programs
vendors and partners
Constituents (e.g., Students, Teachers, Administrators, policy makers,
and Committees (e.g. SAT Committee)
degree in an education, policy, or business-related field; MBA and/or MA
in Education or Policy a plus
least 15+ years of progressively responsible and related work experience
required in education, testing and/or assessment fields.
Experience using policy levers and implementation models to affect
changes in student outcomes ideal.
strategic planning, product development, business development, business management,
analytic and thought leadership skills required
in driving transformations preferred
Related Skills & Other Requirements:
thinking and ability to synthesize information and proactively develop
to plan, structure, and complete detailed analyses to drive most
to judge severity of situations/issues and channel appropriately
to coordinate cross-functional teams and lead through influence
to multi-task, set priorities, and work independently to attain goals
energy level and enthusiasm
interpersonal skills. Ability to work with diverse set of colleagues,
across functions, from different organizations, disciplines, etc.
The College Board is dedicated to the principle of equal opportunity and
its programs, services and employment policies are guided by that principle.
We offer our employees an outstanding benefits package which includes 4
weeks of paid time off, a generous retirement savings plan, tuition
reimbursement and ongoing professional development and training.
If you are interested in joining the College Board in this position and
you meet our qualifications, we encourage you to apply at www.collegeboard.org/careers
by submitting your resume and a brief, introductory cover letter.
The College Board is a mission-driven not-for-profit organization that
connects students to college success and opportunity.
Desired Travel 25% - 50%
Areas of Expertise Curriculum Design/Development, Development,
Strategy, Product Development, Product Management, Management Consulting,
Test Development, Assessments
Highest Level of Education Master's Degree
Job Type Full Time
Location New York, NY
Years of Relevant Experience 10+
Apply Here: http://www.Click2apply.net/qssy6b9
Director for the Center for Diversity: The
Center for Diversity (CFD) at SUNY Potsdam is accepting on-line application for
the position of Director. The CFD exists
to assist all students, with an emphasis on students of diverse backgrounds, in
their educational and personal transition and development. The CFD provides
programs and services designed to recruit and retain students as well as
promote their academic, social, and professional success. Programming offered through the CFD includes:
diversity training for students, faculty, and staff; educational and
professional development workshops; leadership development; social and cultural
programming; and the annual Multicultural Weekend recruiting event.
Additionally, the Director assists college committees and departments in
creating and developing multicultural programs and initiatives. The Director supervises administrative and
professional staff in both the CFD office and in the grant programs it
oversees: the North Country Science & Technology Entry Program (NC-STEP),
the Collegiate Science & Technology Entry Program (CSTEP), the Native
American Teaching Initiative (NATI), and the SUNY Northern Consortium Native
American Initiative. The Director prepares the completed budget for the program
and authorizes and administers all expenditures made by the program. The successful applicant should be a creative
leader whose candidacy is strengthened through experience in the following
areas: coordinating diversity programs in a college setting; supervision of
administrative, professional, and student staff; budget management; oversight
of federal and state grants; implementing programs, services, and activities
that reflect an understanding and appreciation of cultural and human
differences; program development and assessment (with emphasis on retention); collaboration
with faculty, staff, and other student support offices; advising and mentoring;
advocacy on behalf of underrepresented groups; and working with Native American
students and communities. The CFD Director
reports to the Dean of Students, the campus Chief Student Affairs Officer. Required qualifications: Master’s degree in
Higher Education or related field, a minimum of three years’ of relevant
experience in post-secondary education administration, and adequate experience
in program planning and assessment, budget formulation, and management. Visit https://employment.potsdam.edu,
to apply, job posting No. 00067, salary commensurate with experience. Application review begins July 7, 2015, and
continues until a successful candidate is chosen.
University of California, Riverside
Assistant Coach, Men’s Soccer
University of California, Riverside is accepting
applications for Assistant Coach, Men's Soccer.
The assistant coach is responsible for assisting with all aspects of an
NCAA Division I Soccer program including, but not limited to, the
identification and recruitment of academically and athletically qualified
student-athletes; supporting the academic progress of student-athletes;
preparing and conducting individual and team practices, training, and
competition; fostering the academic, athletic, and personal growth of
student-athletes; organizing team and staff travel arrangements; facilitating
administrative duties and paperwork; managing the distribution and ordering of
team equipment and supplies; coordinating and administering special soccer
events and representing the sports program as needed in association with
promoting and fundraising for the program.
Bachelor's degree; coaching and recruiting
experience at the collegiate level; excellent verbal and written communication
skills; demonstrated administrative and organizational abilities; strong
commitment to the academic achievement of student-athletes; knowledge and
understanding of NCAA regulations; ability to act as a mentor; experience
working effectively in a culturally diverse environment; and possession of a
valid California driver's license.
Soccer coaching experience at the Division I level.
Please complete the online
application at https://jobs.ucr.edu. Priority consideration given to those who
apply by July 6, 2015.
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.
The Associate Vice President for
Finance and Budget is a 12-month full-time, Supportive Professional Staff
position. The person in this position reports directly to the Vice President
for Finance and Administration & Chief Financial Officer and assists with
financial planning and forecasting, budget development , the evaluation of
financial performance against university objectives, investing and banking
activities and relationships, and financing activities. S/he works with senior
leadership and staff strategically and collaboratively to enhance the
university's financial strength through innovative ideas; cost-effective
approaches; and high quality budgeting, fiscal analysis, monitoring, planning
and reporting. Additionally, s/he is responsible for the oversight of fiscal
reporting activities and the implementation of effective financial controls and
procedures in accordance with applicable policies and procedures.
Manage all facets of financial
affairs in a fiscally responsible manner while collaborating with the VP for
Administration and Finance in the oversight of an effective and transparent
annual budget process that results in resource allocations that will advance,
support and enable NIU’s strategic priorities.
Work in partnership with members of
the President’s senior leadership team and all academic and administrative
officers of the University to further the financial goals of the institution.
Provide leadership and general management
for key financial service units including Budget and Planning, Accounting,
Procurement and Strategic Sourcing, Treasury Operations, Bursar Operations, and
the Office of the Controller.
Oversee the preparation of annual
appropriations requests to the State of Illinois and the Illinois Board of
Higher Education, oversee the preparation of the internal university budget,
and develop long term institutional financial plans.
Oversee financial, budgeting and
accounting activities of the university and ensure compliance with generally
accepted accounting principles, government regulations, University policies and
guidelines, and best practices.
Assist in identifying and
recommending financing and bond strategies for university capital projects.
Assist the Vice President for
Administration and Finance and other administrators in gathering and analyzing
data relevant to the fiscal operations of the University.
Provide leadership and training to
campus community regarding budget policies, practices and procedures as well as
recommending and implementing improvements and identifying areas for increased
Facilitate effective working
relationships with state and local officials.
Assist units with the integration of the planning, evaluation and budgeting
processes into a sustained, ongoing and comprehensive practice in support of
In collaboration with the
university’s academic and administrative programs, provide, financial analysis,
research, and assessments that help ensure program and institutional
effectiveness, that help to inform decisions associated with the facilitation
of student learning, and that contribute to the achievement of institutional
strategic goals and accreditation requirements.
Perform other duties as delegated or
otherwise assigned by the Vice President for Administration and Finance.
At least ten years of relevant
experience with demonstrate progression in responsibility, preferably in a
public higher education environment.
This individual must have a Master’s
degree in business, accounting, finance or a related field; CPA and/or CMA
Working knowledge of issues that
confront public institutions of higher education.
Demonstrated knowledge of college
and university accounting and reporting requirements.
Significant experience with and
understanding of enterprise financial systems and analytical and reporting
Demonstrated skills in written and
Current Higher Education experience.
Specific familiarity with Oracle
enterprise resource planning systems is desirable.
Demonstrated success collaborating
across organizational lines to ensure strong working relationships between
academic and administrative functions.
Experience working effectively with
boards, executives, operational personnel, and internal and external auditors.
Ability to streamline administrative
Demonstrated leadership in transparency
of financial operations.
Demonstrated ability to manage
change through innovation.
consideration in the selection process, interested persons must submit a letter
of application, resume, copies of transcripts and three current professional
references (name, address, phone number, email address) via email to email@example.com.
for submission of completed applications is July 12, 2015, or until position is
is an AA/EEO institution. Pre-employment background check is required.
Student Excellence and Leadership (SEL) Program
Student Excellence and Leadership (SEL) Program is a U.S. Department of
Education Student Support Services TRiO funded program. The purpose of SEL is to provide academic,
personal, career and financial preparation and services to students who are
from a low-income background, are first-generation college, and/or have a
documented disability. Our program focuses
on students’ assets and helping them understand how to use those assets to
navigate college. The Director’s time
will be 100% with SEL. In this role the
Director reports to the Senior Director of Academic Diversity and Inclusiveness
and works with the SEL Academic Coordinator to ensure the program meets
established goals, objectives, and federal guidelines while focusing on an
asset based-approach. Tasks include the
development and management of all academic programming and services; management
of student recruitment, enrollment and records; the completion of the Annual
Performance Report; program marketing; and student assessment initiatives. The
Director also provides direct support services to student participants by
helping in the development and facilitation of participant meetings and events,
including the annual Summer Bridge and Peer Mentor programs for SEL. The Director will also lead in the
development, implementation, and evaluation of third and fourth year
programming. An important part of this
position will be the ability of the Director to make strong and impactful
relationships across campus, particularly within Academic Affairs, Student
Affairs, Admissions, and Communications and Marketing. This position is grant funded and
continuation of position is dependent upon grant renewal.
Director should have a MA (PhD highly preferred) in a social science or related
field with at least 2-3 years of experience in higher education working on programs
targeted at low-income, first-generation, minority, or disadvantaged students –
and/or come from this background.
Experience developing, implementing, and evaluating programming is
essential, along with the ability to develop and teach courses and workshops
for our two-week Summer Bridge and yearly workshops. Willingness to work nights and weekends as
needed, along with understanding a liberal arts approach to higher education is
submit a cover letter, resume/CV (max 3 pages), and the names and addresses of
3 references in one document (preferably PDF) to BCSELDir@beloit.edu. Review of applicants will
begin immediately until July 15th, with interviews for the position
starting shortly after. This position,
contingent upon renewal of funding, will have a September 1 start date.
College was one of just 92 institutions nationally to be named a "Great College
to Work For” byThe Chronicle of Higher Education this year.
Beloit College is committed to the educational benefits of
diversity, and urges all interested individuals to apply. AA/EEO
Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis (IUPUI)
Job Listing Description
& Qualifications Page
14015-Director of Undergraduate
Indiana University-Purdue University
Indianapolis (IUPUI) seeks an experienced professional to oversee all aspects
of the undergraduate admissions process at its innovative campus located in
the heart of Indianapolis, Indiana. IUPUI is Indiana’s urban research campus,
offering undergraduate and graduate education, professional degrees in
medicine, dentistry, nursing, law, business and social work and is a national
leader in life sciences research, civic engagement, service learning, and
first-year experiences. IUPUI, together with IU Bloomington, forms the
academic core of the eight-campus statewide Indiana University System.
The Director of Undergraduate Admissions is responsible for planning,
directing, and evaluating the marketing, recruitment, and admissions
activities of the Office of Undergraduate Admissions at IUPUI. Reporting to
the Associate Vice Chancellor for Enrollment Management, the Director of Undergraduate
Admissions serves as the chief admissions officer for the campus. The
Director provides vision, innovative leadership, and strategic direction in
the arena of student recruitment. The Director also works collaboratively
with others in senior campus administration, deans and directors from the
academic units, the graduate school, international affairs, faculty
leadership, and related campus partners to optimize success of the admissions
function. The Director develops and implements strategic admissions
initiatives and performs these responsibilities in an ethical manner
consistent with the institution’s mission, vision, values, and goals.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBLIITLES:
• Develop, coordinate, and evaluate campus-wide recruitment strategies and
initiatives consistent with the goals of attracting and retaining a diverse
• Analyze results of recruiting campaigns to determine whether to refine
current strategies or develop new strategies.
• Support a collaborative work style among the Enrollment Management Team and
others at IUPUI in meeting campus recruitment and enrollment goals.
• Support and broaden the partnership between admissions recruiting and
school-based activities through regular consultation with the academic
• Provide campus and university leadership on campus and university-wide
shared services and technologies that impact recruitment, admissions, and
• Provide campus oversight of the transfer of credit from external colleges,
credentials or examinations in accordance with university policy and
degree from an accredited institution, plus at least 7 years of progressive
responsibilities in higher education admissions or enrollment
**In order to be considered for this position, applicants must attach a cover
letter, resume, and three professional references with contact information.
Screening of applications will begin on June 15, 2015, and continue until the
position is filled, with an anticipated appointment date beginning September
The successful candidate should possess strong technical, analytical and
problem-solving aptitudes and skills with a knowledge of database
architectures; Ability to apply theory and legislative requirements to
practice; Strong oral and written communication skills; Demonstrated
successful leadership and collaborative qualities within a diverse work
environment are all required skills.
Knowledge of PeopleSoft student administration and related system integration
For more information, please visit our website at: Division of
Pamplin College of
The Pamplin College of Business
has recently moved to a centralized advising system. We are seeking to fill one full-time calendar
year academic advisor position to begin July 24, 2015.
The Academic Advisor serves as an administrative/professional
faculty member in the Undergraduate Programs Office, Pamplin College of
Business. Major areas of responsibility include academic advising in the
College for both majors and minors. Other advising support duties may include
transfer credit evaluation, assisting change major applicants, assessment, summer
orientation, and assisting the advising Director as needed. The advising
portion of the position constitutes 75%, and advising support activities 25%.
requires Bachelor’s degree in a relevant field with previous academic advising
experience, excellent written and verbal communication skills, and assessment
and computational skills, as well as a service-oriented attitude. Professional
demeanor and team attitude a must. Excellent computer skills, including Windows
will be given to applicants with degrees in business, business-related fields,
and/or experience in higher education. Additionally, preference will be given
for familiarity with student information systems and membership in NACADA.
visit www.jobs.vt.edu, POSTING# AP0150170 for
detailed information and application instructions. General inquiries should be directed to Dr.
Jennifer Clevenger, Search Committee Chair, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Tech has a strong commitment to the principle of diversity, and, in that
spirit, seeks a broad spectrum of candidates including women, minorities, and
people with disabilities. Individuals
with disabilities desiring accommodation in the application process should
notify the Undergraduate Programs Office at 540/231-6602.
Virginia Tech is an EO/AA employer
and Child Studies
The Department of Family and Child Studies at Appalachian
State University invites applications for tenure-track nine-month position at
the rank of Assistant Professor beginning date negotiable. The requirements for
the position are a Ph.D. in Child Development, Early Childhood Education, Early
Childhood Special Education, or a closely related field and eligibility for the
North Carolina Birth through Kindergarten licensure or Early Childhood
Education licensure. Preferred experiences include teaching young children,
working with families of young children, supporting English language learners,
and university teaching experience. Candidates who are ABD will be considered, but
the position requires completion of all doctoral requirements by beginning date.
Teaching undergraduate courses in Child
Development, Child Guidance, Preschool Curriculum, and supervision of field
Teaching on-line courses
Teaching evening and weekend courses
Revision and development of curriculum
Advising undergraduate students
Engagement in scholarly activity, including
Engagement in service both within and outside
The Department of Family and Child Studies prepares
students in the areas of Child Development and Birth through Kindergarten
teacher education. There are currently 7 full-time faculty. The program serves
approximately 65 majors in Child Development and 24 majors in Birth to
Kindergarten. The program also consists of the Lucy Brock Child Development
Laboratory Program, a Reggio-inspired program, which serves approximately 60
children and their families.
Appalachian State University is a member institution of the
sixteen-campus University of North Carolina. Located in Boone, North Carolina,
the university has approximately 17,000 students, primarily in bachelors and
masters programs in both liberal arts and applied fields. Appalachian has both
a traditional residential campus and a variety of distance education programs.
Additional information about the department of Family and Child Studies, the
university, and the surrounding area is located at: www.appstate.edu .
Applications must send a complete application consisting of
a letter of application detailing teaching and research interests, a philosophy
of teaching statement, current vita, and contact information (including email
addresses) of 5 current references familiar with the candidate’s experiences
Applications (postal or electronic) should be sent to:
Child Development Position
and Child Studies
Inquiries regarding the position should be sent to the
search chair, Cindy McGaha, email@example.com;
The initial review of complete applications will begin September
8 and will continue until the position
Appalachian State University is an Affirmative Action/Equal
Opportunity Employer. The University does not discriminate in access to its
educational programs and activities, or with respect to hiring or the terms and
conditions of employment, on the basis of race, color, national origin,
religion, sex, gender identity and expression, political affiliation, age,
disability, veteran status, genetic information, or sexual orientation.
Individuals with disabilities may request accommodations in
the application process by contacting Cindy McGaha. Any offer of employment to
a successful candidate will be conditioned upon the University’s receipt of a
satisfactory criminal background report. Documentation of identity and employability
of the applicant will be required before the hiring process can be finalized.