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Community Director

Arizona State University

Residential Life

Campus: Tempe

Requisition Id# 10451BR

Salary Range:

$24,480 - $30,000 plus Room and Board

Close Date:

January 26, 2015, is the initial close date. Applications will continue to be accepted and considered every week until the search is closed.

Job Description:

The Community Director for University Housing provides leadership and management to an assigned residential college or upper-division community and is responsible for providing a high level of customer service and creating a community that fosters academic engagement and personal growth for its residents. The Community Director is a live-in position that partners with a diverse group of staff, students, and faculty to implement a vision for a residential college or upper-division community.

Essential Duties:

· Supervise student staff (Community Assistants)

· Oversee/advise the Hall Council and functions associated with Hall Council

· Provide on-going support to residents and student staff on academic, personal, social, and behavioral issues

· Attend student activities, getting to know area residents and maintaining a high level of visibility

· Assist University Housing Judicial Coordinators and Office of Student Rights and Responsibilities in managing the judicial process

· Respond to and document duty calls and situations

· Provide immediate crisis intervention and follow up as needed

· Serve as a primary respondent in an on-call duty rotation, supporting student staff calls and managing crises

· Manage facilities and financial resources

Work Hours: This is a live-in position with work hours scheduled Monday - Friday 8:00AM - 5:00PM; some evening and weekend hours may be required. This position participates in an on-call emergency response rotation that may require additional hours outside of the standard work schedule.

Minimum Qualifications:

Master's degree in a field appropriate to the area of assignment AND six (6) months related supervisory experience.

Desired Qualifications:

Experience with the following:

· Working in an on-call duty rotation

· Living within a residential hall environment

· Managing students in crisis

· Student conduct administration

· Managing facilities

· Advising student organizations

· Training, selection, and recruiting efforts for student paraprofessionals

Working Environment:

· Professionally represent department/program

· Live in university provided residential hall

· Sit or stand for prolonged periods of time

· Work collaboratively across various departments within the University as well as with diverse populations and groups

· Develop and deliver presentations to groups

· Use computers effectively - including inputting, reviewing and retrieving information, extended periods of viewing screen, using mouse and keyboard, and sitting

· Use critical thinking to make decisions and/or analyze data

· Manage in a professional, emotionally stable manner crisis situations and student behavioral issues

· Research, develop, implement and assess programs

· Supervise students and/or staff

· Communicate effectively both orally and in writing

· Travel throughout campus for meetings or events, regardless of the weather

· Work collaboratively to achieve objectives

Department Statement:

University Housing strives to be a global leader in university student housing by building dynamic, innovative, and inclusive Residential Colleges that foster academic and personal success; empowering students to create social value and lasting impacts; facilitating connection to the broader community; and supporting individual student persistence. ASU University Housing houses 13,000 students at four campus locations in Maricopa County. In support of the University's philosophy of access, excellence, and impact, University Housing promotes academic success and student learning, supports the development of community among our residents, provides student-centered processes and services, and develops and maintains quality accommodations.

ASU Statement:

Arizona State University is a new model for American higher education, an unprecedented combination of academic excellence, entrepreneurial energy and broad access. This New American University is a single, unified institution comprising four differentiated campuses positively impacting the economic, social, cultural and environmental health of the communities it serves. Its research is inspired by real world application blurring the boundaries that traditionally separate academic disciplines. ASU serves more than 80,000 students in metropolitan Phoenix, Arizona, the nation's fifth largest city. ASU champions intellectual and cultural diversity, and welcomes students from all fifty states and more than one hundred nations across the globe.

ASU is a tobacco-free university. For details visit www.asu.edu/tobaccofree

Arizona State University is a VEVRAA Federal Contractor and an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. All qualified applicants will be considered without regard to race, color, sex, religion, national origin, disability, protected veteran status, or any other basis protected by law.

ASU conducts pre-employment screening which may include verification of work history, academic credentials, licenses, and certifications.

Fingerprint Check Statement:

This position is considered safety/security sensitive and will include a fingerprint check. Employment is contingent upon successful passing of the fingerprint check.

Instructions to Apply:

Application deadline is 3:00PM Arizona time on the date indicated.

Resumes should clearly illustrate how prior knowledge and experience meet the minimum and desired qualifications stated in this requisition.

Only electronic applications are accepted.

ASU does not pay for travel expenses associated with interviews, unless otherwise indicated.

To apply please go to www.asu.edu/asujobs/ click "External Applicant" under Staff Positions, see Req Id# 10451BR or go directly to: https://sjobs.brassring.com/TGWebHost/jobdetails.aspx?partnerid=25620&siteid=5494&jobId=1274573



 

IUPUI Associate Vice Chancellor for Enrollment Management


IUPUI seeks an experienced professional to oversee all aspects of the enrollment management enterprise at its dynamic and innovative campus located in the heart of Indianapolis. 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.

IUPUI had an operating budget of over $1.2 billion and $274 million in annual research funding for FY 2013. U.S. News & World Report ranks IUPUI among the nation’s Top 200 National Universities and 7th among those that are making the most promising and innovative changes in the areas of academics, faculty and student life (Up-and-Coming Schools). The 17 Indiana University and Purdue University schools offer more than 220 degrees – from bachelors to professional and doctoral degrees. These degrees cover a full spectrum of academic disciplines, from liberal arts and sciences to engineering and technology. IUPUI has more than 2,700 faculty, 4,300 staff, and more than 30,000 students representing 48 states and the District of Columbia, as well as 145 countries. http://www.iupui.edu.

IUPUI has internationally-recognized academic programs, committed faculty and staff, and a student-focused culture. IUPUI has been particularly innovative in the realm of retention and student success, and programs such as the first year experience and learning communities have been shown to positively impact student performance. Administrative councils, including the Enrollment Management Council and the Council on Retention and Graduation, engage deans, and faculty and staff leaders monthly in reviewing data and planning initiatives and advocating for new policies that can positively impact retention and on-time graduation rates. Performance-based funding, recently-developed enrollment dashboards (http://osdae.iupui.edu), degree maps and academic planning technologies, and participation in Indiana’s 15-to-Finish initiative are helping to foster a culture of on-time graduation among students, while at the same time incentivizing the removal of barriers to graduation within academic units. Finally, a recently-launched Degree Completion Office is helping to re-engage IUPUI students who have stopped out of their degree programs while also helping to grow enrollments in online and hybrid programs by degree completers.

Position Summary

The Associate Vice Chancellor for Enrollment Management (AVCEM) is responsible for the leadership, integration, and coordination of student recruitment, enrollment, and retention efforts at IUPUI. Reporting to the Executive Vice Chancellor/Chief Academic Officer, the AVCEM serves as the senior enrollment officer for the campus and is a member of the Council of Deans. The AVCEM oversees undergraduate admissions, financial aid, scholarship, and registrar services and works collaboratively with others in senior campus administration, the deans of the academic units, the graduate school, international affairs, faculty leadership, and related campus partners to promote enrollment management as a comprehensive approach toward meeting IUPUI’s strategic goals. The AVCEM develops and implements strategic planning initiatives and performs these responsibilities in an ethical manner consistent with the institution’s mission, vision, values, and goals. The AVCEM chairs the Enrollment Management Advisory Council which serves an important consultative role for the Division of Enrollment Management and IUPUI in achieving these objectives. This is a 12 month; 100% position.

Job responsibilities

· Serve as the campus leader for all Enrollment Management efforts including research, strategic planning, program implementation, and assessment.

· Serve as the Chief Academic Officer’s advisor on enrollment management issues and provide strong advocacy for the goals and needs of enrollment management, working collaboratively with campus administration colleagues and the deans to set direction and establish priorities for IUPUI’s future.

· Foster a campus-wide culture focused on student success, service excellence, and data-informed decisions in alignment with the institution’s mission, vision, values, and goals.

· Represent IUPUI to the larger university in issues related to enrollment management, including policy, marketing, and the resources and tools required for successful outcomes.

· Work with IUPUI’s academic units, lead the development and implementation of IUPUI’s comprehensive recruitment and enrollment program, including market assessment and segmentation, brand marketing and promotional strategies, and focusing on recruitment and retention activities designed to meet the enrollment goals; among these goals are: advancing the academic profile, maintaining access, promoting student success, increasing enrollment headcount and the number of degrees-granted, meeting net revenue goals, and diversifying the student body.

Qualifications: Staff applicants must have an earned doctorate by time of appointment. Faculty applicants must have an earned doctorate and hold, or be eligible for consideration for, a tenured position in an IUPUI academic department. A minimum of 10 years in enrollment management-related experience in higher education and 5 years’ experience in managing and supervising staff are required.

Required knowledge, skills, and abilities:

· Strong leadership, organizational and multi-tasking skills in a fast paced, deadline driven environment.

· Excellent verbal and written communication skills.

· Demonstrated success in managing a multifaceted organization with a high level of potential consequences, including financial, if errors are made.

· Must have proven skills in strategic thinking, problem resolution, organization, and project management.

· Have a proven track record of trustworthiness, collaboration, commitment to service, financial understanding, analytical ability, team building and interpersonal skills.

Application Procedure: To apply for this position, please visit the IUPUI Human Resources Administration website at www.hra.iupui.edu and apply under job listing #13004 Associate Vice Chancellor for Enrollment Management. To be considered for this position, applicants should submit the following as attachments when applying online: (1) a letter of interest, (2) curriculum vita (faculty) or resume (staff), and (3) the names of three references (with contact information). Screening of applications will begin on February 5, 2015, and continue until an offer is made, with an anticipated appointment date beginning July 1, 2015. Additional information regarding search is available on the IUPUI website:

http://administration.iupui.edu/search/avc_enrollment/index.html

Indiana University is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, ethnicity, religion, age, sex, sexual orientation or identity, national origin, disability status, or protected veteran status. This institution is also a provider of ADA services.



 

 


Dartmouth College

Director of Corporate & Foundation Relations


Dartmouth College seeks applications for a Director of Corporate & Foundation Relations. This experienced professional will lead the Corporate and Foundation Relations office and manage a portfolio of top corporate and foundation prospects and selected institutional trust donors with the goal of raising maximum support for institutional priorities. Working closely with faculty, senior administrators and other campus partners, s/he will develop and implement fund-raising strategies; secure and steward major corporate and foundation gifts; and cultivate new and existing relationships with national, regional, and local organizations. S/he will write and present formal requests for support, visit donors and prospects independently and with faculty and administrators, as appropriate, and establish and maintain strategic relationships with Dartmouth alumni, community members, Development peers, and campus colleagues in order to strengthen and increase Dartmouth’s ties to the corporate and foundation community.

A Bachelor’s degree is required; a graduate degree preferred. Eight years of direct fundraising in a complex development organization with substantive corporate and foundation relations experience preferred. Candidates should display a proven track record of soliciting and closing corporate/foundation gifts in the six-, seven- and eight-figure range. Strong organizational, supervisory, and leadership capabilities are required as well as superb writing skills as demonstrated through a portfolio of samples. Other important characteristics include a strong work ethic, personal integrity, excellent communication and organizational skills, strategic thinking and planning skills, and a commitment to the mission and values of Dartmouth College. Capital campaign experience preferred.

Review of credentials will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled. For your convenience, Dartmouth College is pleased to provide an online application process for you at https://searchjobs.dartmouth.edu/postings/28593

Dartmouth College is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer with a strong commitment to diversity. In that spirit, we are particularly interested in receiving applications from a broad spectrum of people, including women, minorities, individuals with disabilities, veterans or any other legally protected group.

 


 

Quinebaug Valley Community College

Chief Academic Officer / Dean of Academic Affairs


The Board of Regents of the Connecticut State Colleges and Universities (CSCU) and QVCC seek applications and nominations for the position of Chief Academic Officer (CAO)/Dean of Academic Affairs to serve a close and vibrant academic community dedicated to its students and the greater community.

Overview

One of 12 community colleges in the Connecticut State Colleges and Universities system, Quinebaug Valley Community College is located in the northeastern corner of the state – a rural and picturesque part of New England. Founded in 1971 to meet the education and training needs of residents, the College enrolls some 1,900 credit and 2,000 non-credit students served by 34 full-time faculty, more than 100 adjunctions, and 66 supporting staff.

The College comprises two locations – a 68-acre main campus in Danielson and a Center in downtown Willimantic. QVCC also is home to one of four Manufacturing Technology Centers in the state. QVCC offers 47 degree and certificate options, numerous online courses, English as a Second Language, credit for prior learning, and basic skills courses. The Center for Community Engagement provides continuing education and workforce development and training as well as Learning in Retirement, a robust program for lifelong learners.

Position

The ideal candidate will be a strategic thinker, with the ability to navigate effectively the complexities of academic administration while advancing the mission of transforming students’ lives. The CAO will represent the College in the community and will actively engage in myriad activities and events that promote QVCC’s culture and mission. The new CAO will bring seasoned, inspired, and innovative leadership, championing students and empowering faculty and staff in their efforts to promote student success. Candidates must be committed to working within a multi-institution system of higher education and supporting the new strategic plan, Transform CSCU 2020. In addition, the CAO will play a significant role in articulation and shared programming with high schools as well as articulation/transfer programs with four-year colleges and universities.

Additional attributes include:

· demonstrated commitment to a "students first” focus and appreciation for students with diverse backgrounds, needs, and goals;

· ability to engage with and support the QVCC Foundation and its long history of adding value to the communities served;

· respect for and experience working in a unionized environment;

· record of advocacy for career/technical education, liberal arts transfer programs, manufacturing, training and workforce development.

Major Responsibilities

The Chief Academic Officer/Dean of Academic Affairs works in a senior management role under the general direction and guidance of the President and is a member of the College’s Cabinet. The successful candidate will assume the major responsibilities outlined below.

· Provide leadership and direction, in collaboration with Department Chairs, to full- and part-time faculty with respect to curriculum development and assessment of student learning outcomes.

· Oversee the daily operations of QVCC’s Willimantic Center.

· Provide supervision for the Department Chairs, Learning Center, Library, and Continuing Education.

· With the other Deans, advise the President in matters relating to the work of the College and its relationship with the local community.

· Contribute to long- and short-term planning.

· Direct the development and careful administration of the Academic Affairs budget.

· Approve and supervise systems for evaluating faculty, as well as curricula and instruction, insuring that faculty and curricula remain current and responsive to student and community needs.

· Ensure appropriate integration of technology into instructional programs and services.

· Provide for and oversee the development of the class schedule and the assignment of individual instructors for each semester.

· Collaborate with the other CSCU CAOs about academic concerns at the system level.

Required Qualifications

· Earned doctorate or other terminal degree and a record of substantive service commensurate with that of a tenured professor.

· Substantial experience in community college teaching and three-five years of progressive administrative responsibilities including budget development and management and academic leadership such as department chair, assistant dean, or comparable role.

· Collaborative experience with K-12, higher education, and other public/private partnerships.

· Experience in a multi-campus system and collective bargaining environment.

· Demonstrated ability to communicate effectively.

· Demonstrated ability to develop, establish, and sustain collaborative relationships across various College departments and community outreach organizations.

For more details about the position, see the Position Profile by clicking here or at www.qvcc.edu. To be considered for this exceptional career opportunity, submit a cover letter and resume/vitae that demonstrates an ideal match for the qualifications listed, major responsibilities, and characteristics by February 6, 2015, to: Ms. Randi Frank, Randi Frank Consulting, LLC randi@randifrank.com, 203.284.3707.

QVCC is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer, M/F. Protected group members are strongly encouraged to apply.

QVCC does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religious creed, age, gender, gender identity or expression, national origin, marital status, ancestry, present or past history of mental disorder, learning disability or physical disability, veteran status, sexual orientation, genetic information or criminal record in its programs or activities. The following person has been designated to handle inquiries regarding the non-discrimination policies: Laurie Dunn, Interim Vice President for Human Resources, Connecticut State Colleges and Universities (CSCU), 61 Woodland Street, Hartford, CT 06105; 860.723.0253; DunnL@ct.edu.

 


 

SENIOR ASSOCIATE AD/CFAO OR ASSOCIATE AD/CFAO

UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, RIVERSIDE


Under the general direction of the Director of Athletics, the position serves as the Chief Financial and Administrative Officer (CFAO) for Intercollegiate Athletics and manages the day to day operations of the Athletics Business Office. As a member of IA's senior management team, independently provides budget and financial management oversight and control, applicable policy development and implementation, audit coordination, management of human resources and personnel recruitment, information technology, facilities, , team travel, and administrative support operations. Provides leadership in strategic planning processes, particularly relating to financial and budgetary components and human resources management. Engages in project management and coordination as well as communications coordination and facilitation. In fulfilling these responsibilities, the CFAO plays an integral role in the development of the Department's long range goals and objectives, and provides leadership and direction in the implementation of the Department's administrative, human resources, and financial policies and procedures. The incumbent serves as the primary liaison with the office of Planning & Budget, Human Resources, Audit, Risk Management, Material Management, Financial Services, and the Executive Officer/CFAO in the Chancellor's Office. The CFAO directly oversees a staff of 5.0 FTE, which includes 5.0 career employees. The management functions are highly complex and diverse as a result of the following factors: Size of budget: Currently approximately $12 million inclusive of all fund sources. Range of funding sources: State funds, education fees, registration fees, referendum fees, NCAA revenue, endowments, gifts, fundraising, guarantees, sales & service, and auxiliary. Complexity of projects and implementation strategy. NCAA Division I regulations and reporting requirements. Serving approximately 350 student-athletes (17 men's & women's sports). Administering financial aspects of the IA student-athlete grant-in-aid program (over $3 million).

Salary Commensurate with Experience.

Minimum Requirements

Bachelor's degree in Business Administration, Accounting, or related field or equivalent combination of education and experience.
Demonstrated progressively responsible senior level management experience in strategic planning, policy development, forecasting, resource analysis and budgeting.
Experience developing operating plans in a participative environment; translating departmental goals into a financial plan (budget) for a significant size operation, and developing solutions for resource needs. Skill in preparing financial feasibility analyses.
Experience in preparing and monitoring operating budgets. Experience coordinating fiscal closing at a department level.
Knowledge of business and accounting operations in a large, complex, multi-faceted organization; demonstrated knowledge of Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP); knowledge of and experience with fund accounting principles and practices; and ability to formulate and implement policies and procedures.
Experience in human resource management, including recruiting and selection of staff, performance management, handling labor relations issues, and organization operations.
Experience with automated financial systems, query tools to extract data from systems, and proficiency with administrative and financial information systems and various software applications. Advanced expertise with Windows-based software packages, including spreadsheet (Microsoft Excel), database (Access), word-processing (Microsoft Word), and presentation (Power Point).
Demonstrated experience overseeing an automated payroll process at the department level (UC PPS preferred). Experience with payroll processes and designing and maintaining related internal control processes.
Strong professional presence, and ability to communicate effectively both in writing and orally and work cooperatively with faculty, staff, students, donors and community leaders. Ability to maintain confidentiality and sensitivity to departmental staff
and student-athlete issues. Excellent oral and written communication skills.
Ability to function collaboratively and effectively as a member of a management team and to identify and resolve organizational problems.

Preferred Qualifications

Master's degree in Business Administration, Sports Administration, or related field or equivalent combination of education and
experience.
A minimum of 5 years of progressively responsible experience in athletics administration.
Experience working in or managing a collegiate athletics business office,
Experience with sport supervision on the collegiate level.
Knowledge of and experience applying NCAA Division I rules, policies, and requirements.
Knowledge of UC financial/accounting policies and procedures.
Experience with and skill in applying UC human resource and payroll policies and procedures, and experience with UC PPS (UC
payroll/personnel system).
Experience in administering contracts and knowledge of business law.

Please complete online application at https://jobs.ucr.edu/ by January 23, 2015, for priority consideration.

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.



 

The University of Colorado Colorado Springs


The University of Colorado Colorado Springs (UCCS) has a job opening for an Academic Advisor. For further information about UCCS and details about the position and the application process, please visit us at http://www.jobsatcu.com/postings/92834.


 

 

 Vice Chancellor for Research and Graduate Education


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 Vice Chancellor for Research and Graduate 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 a campus environment that facilitates cross disciplinary collaborative research, revenues of $2.8 billion, a student body of approximately 43,000, and faculty/staff of approximately 22,000.

The Office of the Vice Chancellor for Research and Graduate Education oversees more than $1 billion in annual research expenditures, a figure that puts the University of Wisconsin–Madison as the number three university in the nation for volume of research.

The office also includes administration of 17 cross-campus research and service centers and maintains oversight of the Graduate School, which has an annual budget of $160 million and as well as responsibility for 9,400 graduate students in 150 master’s and 120 doctoral fields.

The VCRGE’s leadership team consists of faculty and staff members representing the various disciplines of research and graduate education, including administration, physical sciences, biological sciences, social studies and arts and humanities. In addition, an extensive network of operational support is in place to support the office’s mission.

The full position description can be found at http://www.ohr.wisc.edu/WebListing/Unclassified/PVLSummary.aspx?pvl_num=81505.

Electronic applications and nominations must be received by January 26, 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.

Please note that, in accordance with Wisconsin statutes, unless confidentiality is requested in writing the names of applicants must be released upon request. Finalists cannot be guaranteed confidentiality. In the case where there are fewer than five finalists, the names of the five most qualified candidates must be released upon request.

Submit applications and nominations electronically to the Vice Provost for Research and Graduate Education search and screen committee at: vcr-search@provost.wisc.edu.

 


 


 

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