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FICTION WRITER ASSISTANT PROFESSOR POSITION
North Carolina State University
The Creative Writing MFA program of Department of
English at North Carolina State University invites applications for an assistant professor in Fiction
Writing to begin August 2015.
Distinguished record of publication (at least one book, and a larger body
of work preferred) and evidence of strong teaching and familiarity with Master of Fine Arts pedagogy or
other work with adult/graduate creative writers (e.g., Breadloaf, Sewanee) are required. This is a
full-time, tenure-track position.
The teaching load is two courses per semester. The
successful candidate will teach a graduate fiction-writing workshop, graduate and undergraduate
fiction, and multi-genre courses. He or she will also direct and serve on thesis committees, participate in our
readings series, and contribute to the administration of the MFA program. Salary commensurate with level of
experience and publication.
Applications should include a cover letter
detailing the candidate’s philosophy of teaching creative writing, a CV, a bibliography of published work, and names
and contact information of three colleagues who will offer letters of recommendation. Screening of
applications will begin October 20 and will continue until the position is filled. Application information is available at:
The NC State MFA program has been ranked as high
as 28th in the nation, according
to Poets & Writers, yet we are only a decade old. Our success can be
attributed to the one-on-one attention given to the small, diverse, and select graduate students we choose
(seven per year for fiction, seven for poetry), all taught by active, working, regularly publishing writers. Our
reading series and others located in the Raleigh-Durham-Chapel Hill Triangle area bring the top writing
talent in the United States and the world to our doors. The Triangle itself is a progressive, arts-friendly
region of abundant cultural resources where many nationally known writers work and find inspiration. We are looking for a talented and esteemed
writer who can participate in our unique and supportive
community. We are particularly interested in candidates who have experience working with students from diverse
backgrounds and a demonstrated commitment to improving access to higher education for students from
NCSU is an equal opportunity and affirmative
action employer. Women and members of other underrepresented groups are encouraged to
apply. In addition, NC State University welcomes all persons without regard to sexual orientation or
genetic information. We welcome the opportunity to work with candidates to identify suitable employment
opportunities for spouses or partners.
University of New Mexico
President for Research
University of New Mexico
Albuquerque, New Mexico
of New Mexico (UNM), New Mexico's Flagship Research University, invites
nominations and applications for the position of Vice President for Research
(VPR). This position is an excellent opportunity for a visionary professional
to lead the scientific and creative endeavors of a diverse and highly motivated
faculty. The VPR also plays a vital role in capitalizing on the intellectual
wealth and economic impact of the UNM Main/Branch campus research enterprise,
using it as a driver for the overall enhancement of the institution and the
state. Reporting to the Provost and Executive Vice President for Academic
Affairs, the VPR is the main facilitator/advocate of creativity and innovation
of the university's research mission. In addition, this position is responsible
for assuring the effective administration of research at all stages, ensuring
its integrity and excellence.
The VPR manages
an annual operating budget of approximately $21 million and the administration
of the Office of the Vice President for Research, Office of Sponsored Projects,
Research Administration and Compliance, and direct-report centers, institutes,
and programs. In fiscal year 2014, Main Campus expenditures totaled $183
million (including financial aid expenditures). The VPR is a member of the
Executive Cabinet and guides institutional strategic planning for research and
sponsored program development. The VPR is responsible for engaging campus
constituencies in multidisciplinary research opportunities and the development
of campus-wide initiatives to enhance UNM's visibility and role as a driver of
economic development in the State of New Mexico. Finally, the VPR is
responsible for the recruitment and development of multi-university and
- Earned doctorate or equivalent degree from an accredited
- Rank of Professor or higher, or title equivalent to senior research
manager in industry, non-profit, national/federal laboratories, or
- Record of scholarly accomplishment to warrant tenure at the rank of
Professor in an academic department at UNM;
- Distinguished management/administrative experience in academia,
industry, non-profit, or government.
- Articulated vision for the role of Vice President for Research at UNM;
- Demonstrated excellence in leading/managing a complex organization
with a broad focus;
- A distinguished record of scholarship;
- Record of obtaining funding and conducting sponsored research;
- Background in or familiarity with science, technology, engineering,
or mathematics (STEM) research and associated issues;
- Experience in promoting research across disciplines, including the
Arts & Humanities.
- Demonstrated commitment to diversity, equity, inclusion, and
student success, as well as working with broadly diverse communities;
- Experience in developing industry partnerships.
- Letter addressing preferred qualifications;
- Curriculum Vitae;
- Brief biography (not to exceed one page in length);
- Names, titles/affiliations, and contact information for at least
five professional references, at least one of which should be from the
candidate's current institution or organization.
- This is a full-time faculty executive position with a preferred
start date of July 1, 2015. Applications will be received until the
position is filled.
- For best consideration submit application by December 21, 2014.
Applications are to be submitted online through UNMJobs link: https://unmjobs.unm.edu/applicants/Central?quickFind=79955. For more information on the position, please refer to the search
website at http://vprsearch.unm.edu. All nominations should be submitted
online through the following link:http://vprsearch.unm.edu/vpr-nomination-form.
"All qualified applicants are encouraged to apply, including women,
minorities, and those from other underrepresented groups"
"The University of New Mexico is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative
Action employer and educator”
Apply Here: http://www.Click2Apply.net/v5b8cqv
Faculty Position Announcement
The School of Hotel & Restaurant Management (SHRM) in The W.A.
Franke College of Business (FCB) seeks applicants for one full-time,
tenure-track position in hotel & restaurant management, with a focus in
finance and accounting, to begin in
three courses each semester. Typically, this will entail teaching undergraduate
courses in revenue management, managerial and financial accounting, food &
beverage cost control, and hospitality finance.
demonstrated commitment to intellectual contributions, and evidence (or
potential) of successful research & scholarly publications.
- Applicants will be expected to collaborate with
other faculty, and participate in school,
college, university, and community service activities
in hospitality, business, or a closely related discipline. ABD candidates will
be considered, but must complete the requirements for the degree before August
teaching revenue management, accounting, and/or finance in a hospitality or
business academic program.
experience in accounting/finance in the hospitality industry.
- Five years teaching experience in
accounting/finance at a four year hospitality program.
- Demonstrated excellence in teaching at a
post-secondary academic institution.
- Willingness and ability to teach revenue
management, hospitality finance, accounting, asset management, and/or
hotel real estate.
- Upper-level management experience in
accounting/finance in the hospitality industry, or 5 yrs of professional
- STR certification in hotel industry analytics, or
- Demonstrated evidence
of currency in the accounting/finance field in the hospitality industry.
- Ability to communicate
effectively and proactively with a diverse student population.
Ability to meet AACSB
academic or professional qualification requirements http://www.aacsb.edu/accreditation/business/standards/2013/academic-and-professional-engagement/standard15.asp
Arizona University has a student population of about 26,000 at its main campus
in Flagstaff and at over 30 sites across the state. Committed to a diverse and civil
working and learning environment, NAU has earned a solid reputation as a
university with all the features of a large institution but with a personal
touch. NAU carefully balances teaching, scholarship and service with a faculty
and staff dedicated to each student’s success.
All faculty members are expected
to promote student learning and help students achieve academic outcomes.
our emphasis is undergraduate education, we offer a wide range of graduate
programs and research that extend to such national concerns as forest health
and bioterrorism. Our institution has carefully integrated on-campus education
with distance learning, forming seamless avenues for students to earn degrees.
has a population of about 67,000, rich in cultural diversity. Located at the
base of the majestic San Francisco Peaks, Flagstaff is 140 miles north of
Phoenix at the intersection of Interstate 17 and Interstate 40.
University requires satisfactory results for the following: a criminal background
investigation, an employment history verification and a degree verification (in
some cases) prior to employment. You may also be required to complete a
fingerprint background check. Additionally, NAU is required to participate in the
federal E-Verify program that assists employers with verifying new employees'
right to work in the United States.
experience and qualifications
This position will be
open until filled or closed. We will
begin reviewing applications 12/1/14
To apply for this position go
(Position #601090). Applications must be
submitted on line to be reviewed and should include a single attachment that
contains (1) a cover letter addressing the job description and preferred
qualifications, (2) a current curriculum vita, (3) a teaching philosophy
statement, (4) recent teaching evaluations, (5) a research statement, and (6)
contact information for four references including mailing and email addresses,
and phone numbers.
Save all items, in the order stated, and attach them in a single PDF or Word
If you are an individual with a disability and need reasonable accommodation to
participate in the hiring process please contact the Affirmative Action Office
at 928-523-3312/TDD - 928-523-1006 or PO Box 4083, Flagstaff AZ 86011.
Any questions about the
position should be addressed to Dr. Jonathan Hales, 928-523-1621, email@example.com.
Northern Arizona University is a committed Equal
Opportunity/Affirmative Action Institution. Women, minorities, veterans and
individuals with disabilities are encouraged to apply. NAU is responsive to the
needs of dual career couples. Form A-1
University of Cincinnati
Assistant Professor (214UC9370)
The School of Information Technology at the University of
Cincinnati seeks to hire one tenure track Assistant Professor to start in
August 2015. Review of the applications will start on October 1, 2014.
The University of Cincinnati is a research one University that was established
in 1819 and is home to more than 40,000 students. UC campus was listed in
Forbes magazine as being one of the world's most beautiful campuses. The
University recently developed a strategic plan of nine principles (Learning,
Discovery, Community, Economy, Sustainability, Global Engagement, Diversity,
Mission-Based Health Care, and Collaboration). Information about the strategic
plan and the corresponding Academic Master Plan can be found at http://president.uc.edu/thirdcentury/
The School of Information Technology confers an ABET accredited undergraduate
degree in Information Technology that covers the areas of Networking/Systems,
Software Application Development, Cybersecurity, Database Management and
Digital Media. Furthermore, the School confers a minor in Information
Technology and several certificates. There are approximately 500 students in
the School and 11 full-time faculty members. The Information Technology degree
is a five-year coop degree and is one of the first 10 in the nation to receive
The School of Information Technology is a vibrant and dynamic unit that works
in an interdisciplinary college to empower individuals to become passionate,
solution-minded Information Technology professionals by fostering: continuous
innovation, research, leadership development, interdisciplinary problem solving
and real-world experience. More information about the School can be found at
http://cech.uc.edu/it. Recently, the School completed its IT2019 strategic
plan, which can be found at (http://cech.uc.edu/it/it2019)
The SoIT is expanding its undergraduate and graduate offerings, with a new
Master of Science in Information Technology degree expected during the
2015-2016 academic year. Candidates who value diversity and interdisciplinary
initiatives, who are interested in being part of a team-oriented, dynamic and
entrepreneurial environment, are encouraged to apply. Successful candidates are
those who are self-motivated and have demonstrated initiative and leadership
skills. Candidates should have the background and experience to conduct applied
research, teach and develop undergraduate and graduate level courses,
specifically courses in the mobile and game development area. All faculty
positions require teaching, research and service responsibilities.
While all areas of Information Technology expertise will be considered, the
SoIT has special interest in Mobile Development, Social Networking,
Entertainment and Educational Games Development and Information Retrieval and
Analysis. Candidates who have the capacity and interest to develop
interdisciplinary research programs in one or more of these areas will be given
a full-time basis Faculty Members principal academic functions include
teaching, discovering, creating and reporting knowledge.
academic degree related to department specifications and prior academic
Qualification: An earned PhD in Information
Technology or a related area is required. Applicants with a minimum of ABD in
Information Technology or a related area will be considered. Experience in
teaching undergraduate and graduate students in a hands-on environment is
preferred. Experience in working with a diverse population of students is
Applicants must hold the doctorate degree before the start date, demonstrate a
strong commitment to excellence in teaching, scholarship, and professional
service, and have substantial research potential.
The position is a 9‐month, tenure‐track appointment.
Ideal Qualifications: Experience working
with a diverse population of students is preferred.
persons of color, persons with disability and covered veterans and disabled
veterans are encouraged to apply.
To apply for position (214UC9370),
please see www.jobsatuc.com
The University of Cincinnati is an affirmative action/equal
opportunity employer/M/F/ Vet/Disabled. UC is a smoke-free work environment.
Grand Valley State University
Frederik Meijer Office of Fellowships.
Grand Valley State University is seeking applications for a dynamic,
collaborative individual to serve as Director of the Frederik Meijer Office of
Fellowships. The Director will be
responsible for recruiting, advising, and assisting students and alumni to
apply for nationally-competitive fellowships; developing institutional targets
and strategic plans; and working with faculty, staff, and students in fostering
a culture in which students dream and achieve. Salary is commensurate
with skills and experience. Applications
will be open until the position is filled, but review will begin Oct. 31st. Position to start as early as Feb. 1st.
GVSU is an Equal
Opportunity/Affirmative Action Institution which has won the coveted HEED (Higher
Education Excellence in Diversity) award.
For more information about the Office of Fellowships, see www.gvsu.edu/fellowships, and to
learn more about the position (including qualifications) and to apply, go to https://www.gvsujobs.org.
Grand Valley is a master’s comprehensive university with 20,000
undergraduate students and nearly 5,000 graduate students. The Office of Fellowships serves the whole
university, but is structurally housed in the Meijer Honors College, which now
has 1600 high achieving students. The
Office has been very successful in helping students win Gilman fellowships,
Fulbrights, Goldwaters, among others. The Office has been in operation for
approximately five years and, in that time, has assisted students win awards
totaling nearly $1 million.
A master's degree. Demonstrable experience in higher education or
comparable setting as a student-centered advisor and/or instructor working with
high achieving college students; an understanding of the fellowship recruitment
process, and knowledge of the best practices of fellowship and scholarship
administration; evidence of strong organizational and writing skills (especially
for endorsement letters and helping students with personal statements) and oral
communication skills; and ability to work collaboratively and independently;
experience working with students, faculty, staff and administrators from
diverse backgrounds, as well as external agencies and groups; experience in
publicizing opportunities (through print, websites, and networking), recruiting
candidates, facilitating and coordinating preparatory workshops.
Ph.D. Experience in
developing a multi-year recruitment plan. Experience with honors and/or
fellowship or graduate school advising with students from diverse
backgrounds. Past applicants of
nationally competitive scholarships/fellowships encouraged to apply.
Collections and Exhibits Librarian
Duties and Responsibilities:
Supervises library staff and student workers
Completes annual performance evaluations on
Prepares monthly and annual reports
Participates in library, university, and state/regional
Curates collections and artifacts in Pogue
Organizes and assembles displays, exhibits,
digital exhibits, and curriculum support programs/materials in Pogue and
Coordinates educational engagement activities
with regional schools and historical societies
Pursues and secures grant funding for
digitization, preservation, assessment, and exhibit initiatives
Oversees preservation, digitization,
cataloging, and inventory management of collections and artifacts
Oversees the provision of research assistance
to library users or museum visitors
Participates in collection development for
the special collections and museum, including collaboration in donor outreach
Oversees the calendar of events for Pogue
Library and Wrather Museum
and Experience/Skill Requirements:
MLS or equivalent from an ALA accredited
Experience writing grants
Experience curating exhibits and displays
Experience coordinating educational outreach
activities in association with exhibits and displays
Demonstrated knowledge of and curatorial
experience with rare books, historical printed materials, manuscripts, and
Supervisory and/or project management
Deadline: October 31, 2014
To apply please visit: http://www.murraystatejobs.com/postings/3645
Women and minorities are encouraged to apply. Murray
State University is an equal education and employment opportunity, M/F/D, AA
ATHLETICS ACADEMIC COUNSELOR
UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, RIVERSIDE
The Athletics Academic Counselor is responsible for conducting an
academic support program for student-athletes in designated sports while
promoting an environment of academic excellence and fostering student success
and retention. This individual will monitor and enhance the opportunity for
progress towards degree, graduation, and continuing eligibility in accordance
with UCR, Big West Conference, and NCAA regulations.
Starting Annual Salary $36,500.
Master's degree and related experience in academic advising and/or
counseling of students.
Strong written and verbal communication skills with faculty, staff,
administrators, coaches and student-athletes. Skill in independently composing
letters, memos, reports and other written communication materials using correct
spelling, grammar, punctuation, composition, text editing and proofreading
Articulation skills to listen and advise/counsel diverse personalities using
sound and mature judgment.
Demonstrated interest and effectiveness in working with students including the
ability to relate to students using varied communication techniques and
Demonstrated skill assessing academic difficulties, developing appropriate
remedies, and evaluating and assessing effectiveness of student support
Strong commitment to working with under-represented student populations and the
ability to work successfully with students of diverse backgrounds.
Exceptional interpersonal and human relations skills.
Good organizational and customer service skills with the ability to efficiently
and effectively handle multiple work priorities.
Knowledge of NCAA rules and regulations, especially in regards to Academic
Progress Program (APP) and the Academic Progress Rate (APR).
Demonstrated ability to responsibly handle confidential information.
Demonstrated computer proficiency using Microsoft Office applications, or other
equivalent software, the Internet, email messaging, and web-based software
Minimum 2 years of advising experience.
Comprehensive, related experience in advising collegiate student-athletes,
preferably at the Division I level.
Demonstrated ability to use student information systems, CAi, and Banner..
online application at https://jobs.ucr.edu/
October 9, 2014 filing 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.
University of Washington
Education Program – Professor and
University of Washington, Tacoma, Education,
The University of Washington Tacoma
University of Washington Tacoma invites applications and nominations for the
position of Professor and Director of the Education Program. This appointment
will be a full time academic year plus a three-month summer appointment at the
rank of tenured full professor, starting July 2015. A Ph.D. or Ed.D. (or
foreign equivalent) in an Education-related field is required. The position
reports directly to the Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs and its incumbent
serves on the academic leadership team of the campus, along with the Deans of
the Milgard School of Business and Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences , and
the Directors of the Institute of Technology and the programs in Nursing,
Social Work and Urban Studies.
seeking a dynamic leader who can provide the vision required for continued
growth and development of the Education Program specializing in educator
preparation and whose record of scholarship and exemplary teaching merits
appointment at the rank of professor at UW Tacoma. The UW Tacoma Education
Program is especially interested in a leader committed to moving the program
from its current non-departmentalized structure into a School of Education. The
ideal candidate has leadership experience at the level of Department Chair,
Unit Director, or comparable position; enthusiasm for the campus mission to
embrace its community and educate a diverse student body; as well as an
attitude and experience that fosters collaboration, experimentation and
transformation. Finally, the candidate should have a record of successful
community engagement including fundraising/grant-writing experience and
experience working in K-12 settings.
Tacoma Education Program has notable strengths in K-8 teacher preparation with
dual endorsements for special education and working with English language
learner populations; educational administration; and secondary science and
mathematics teacher preparation. The Education Program is home to UW Tacoma’s
first doctoral program (Ed.D.) in Educational Leadership as well as the Center
for Strong Schools, which with Tacoma Public Schools has launched the Tacoma
Whole Child Initiative.
program currently employs 14 tenure-track faculty members across all ranks and
works with several advisory boards and, like the campus overall, is strongly
supported by various communities. While the faculty members have diverse
research interests and disciplinary backgrounds, they share a common commitment
to preparing dynamic educators that support positive academic and
socio-emotional learning and engagement of students; and strong partnerships
with families and local communities, particularly those adversely affected by
racial, social and income inequality. To that end, the Education Program is
particularly outstanding in the quality of the university/school partnerships
it has developed throughout south Puget Sound.
University of Washington Tacoma is a comprehensive urban-serving university
that serves over 4,500 students and has plans to grow to 7,000 by 2020. Since
its founding in 1990, the university has been proud to offer an innovative,
student-centered approach to education in a dynamic community of multicultural
teaching, serving students from across the state of Washington and around the
world. Located 35 miles south of downtown Seattle in Puget Sound’s second
largest city, the campus provides faculty and students at the University of
Washington Tacoma with full access to world-class research and instructional
facilities and resources.
Apply: Please submit a letter describing your leadership experience, research
program and educational philosophy, a curriculum vita, and list of references
who will not be contacted without the candidate’s approval. Applicant
statements should detail how their teaching, service, and/or scholarship has
supported the success of students from underrepresented groups. Applications
received before November 1, 2014 will be given preference. The position will
remain open until filled. Please submit your application materials
electronically to Academic Jobs Online https://academicjobsonline.org/ajo/jobs/4607.
Questions and nominations are to be directed to Rob Friedman, Chair, Education
Director Search Committee, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
of Washington is an affirmative action and equal opportunity employer. All
qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard
to, among other things, race, religion, color, national origin, sex, age, status
as protected veterans, or status as qualified individuals with disabilities. UW
Tacoma faculty engage in teaching, research, and service and generally
participate in lower division, upper division, and graduate instruction.
of Journalism and Mass Communication
of Liberal Arts
Strategic Communication: Public
Name: School of Journalism and Mass Communication
Start Date: August 31, 2015
The School of Journalism and
Mass Communication invites nominations and applications for one 100%-time,
nine-month, tenure-track faculty position at the rank of assistant
professor. We are seeking an outstanding
scholar with research and teaching interests in public relations.
Faculty in the School of
Journalism and Mass Communication in the College of Liberal Arts are expected
to maintain an active research program, teach and advise undergraduate and
graduate students, and contribute service appropriate for the rank of
appointment to the department, college, University, and profession.
Successful candidates for
this position will demonstrate a commitment to sustaining a vigorous program of
original research and publication with potential for external funding; show
promise of excellence in graduate level teaching (both M.A. and Ph.D.);
demonstrate a capacity to teach introductory and advanced undergraduate academic
courses and professionally-oriented courses such as strategic communication
campaigns, case studies, management, digital media design, and professional
writing and messaging for strategic communication. Meaningful professional experience in public
relations is required. The salary will depend on the candidate's
qualifications, consistent with collegiate and university policies.
Candidates will be evaluated
according to the overall quality of their academic preparation and scholarly
work, the relevance of their scholarly research to the department’s academic
priorities and the fields of inquiry, evidence of commitment to teaching and
skills as a teacher, and strength of recommendations.
Applicants must hold a Ph.D.
in Mass Communication or a closer related field by the date of
Applications will be reviewed beginning
October 15, 2014, and will be accepted until the position is filled.
Please see the University of
Minnesota Employment system to apply.
The University of Minnesota is an equal
opportunity educator and employer.
DIRECTOR OF COMPLIANCE
UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, RIVERSIDE
Director of Compliance is responsible for the overall quality and comprehensive
nature of the Compliance Program for the UCR Department of Athletics. It is the
responsibility of the Director to coordinate, implement, facilitate, oversee
and evaluate all facets of the Athletics Compliance Program. This includes the
educational, monitoring, and investigatory components as well as other areas
within the program that strengthen and enhance the athletics compliance effort
as a whole. The Director of Compliance reports to and works closely with the
Executive Associate Director of Athletics.
Responsibilities include planning, coordinating, organizing, and implementing
all phases of the athletics department's compliance program including daily
operations, rules education, initial and continuing eligibility, financial aid,
interpretation and application of NCAA legislation, personnel, recruiting,
practice and playing seasons, coordinating audits and periodic reviews, and
facilitating the self-reporting process. This inherently involves reviewing
existing procedures and developing or revising systems and written guidelines
The Director is also responsible for supervising, developing, and evaluating
the Compliance Coordinator with a focus on establishing an organized,
communicative, and collaborative team within the Compliance Office.
Annual Salary $47,000-$48,000.
Degree. Minimum of three years of
progressively responsible experience in the area of athletics compliance at the
Division I level. Demonstrated
knowledge of NCAA regulations, compliance issues, and related procedures,
specifically at the Division I level. Strong
organizational and analytical skills and abilities. Excellent interpersonal skills including the
ability to effectively educate and interact with coaches, student-athletes, and
other members of the University community as required. Ability to perform accurate, detail-oriented
work. Effective written and oral
communication skills. Applicable
computer skills including knowledge of the NCAA Compliance Assistance Software
(CAi), ACS Athletics or similar compliance software; NCAA Eligibility Center,
and Legislative Services Database (LSDBi).
of or work experience within the Big West Conference. Direct experience with rules education and
components of athletic scholarships and eligibility.
complete online application at https://jobs.ucr.edu/ by October 2, 2014 filing deadline.
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.
University of Delaware
Music History (Tenure Track)
RESPONSIBILITIES & QUALIFICATIONS:
The Department of Music at the University of
Delaware invites applications for a full-time, tenure-track assistant professor
of Music History. We are seeking a dynamic teacher and scholar with a
demonstrated commitment to excellence in undergraduate teaching and an active
and significant research agenda. Candidates should specialize in music after
1800 and show a keen interest in the relationship between historical and
popular music and culture. The successful candidate will be joining a
department that places a high value on research by faculty and students and
whose recent collaborations have emphasized the creative integration of
academics, scholarship, and performance.
The expected teaching load is five courses per
year, with primary teaching responsibilities drawn from courses in the
following areas: core undergraduate history courses (introduction and
sequence); graduate methods and topics courses; and upper level literature
courses (symphonic literature, chamber literature, and contemporary literature).
In addition, he or she may teach courses of his or her choice for the general
university student. The appointee will be expected to provide mentoring and
thesis advisement for undergraduate Music History and Literature majors.
Additional responsibilities will include actively contributing to the
department’s recruitment and retention goals and engaging in collegial
participation in departmental, college, and university activities and
SALARY: Commensurate with rank and experience.
Founded in 1743, the University of Delaware is
among the nation’s oldest institutions of higher education. The
Department of Music’s combination of tradition and innovation reflects this
rich history. The department offers many opportunities for interdisciplinary
activities and outreach and boasts a collegial environment where performers,
educators, scholars, and creators of music regularly collaborate to achieve the
highest levels of artistry while engaging local, regional, and global communities.
The UD Music Department is an accredited
institutional member of the National Association of Schools of Music. We offer
the Bachelor of Music degrees in Applied Music, Music Education, Music History
and Literature, Music Theory, and Composition; the Bachelor of Arts with a
major in Music and Music Management; and Master of Music degrees in
Performance, Composition, Conducting, and Teaching. The Department comprises 52
full and part-time faculty and enrolls approximately 300undergraduate
majors, minors, and graduate students.
The University of Delaware is a private,
state-assisted research university, enrolling approximately 22,000
students. The city of Newark, with a population of approximately 30,000
is located in northeastern Delaware, fourteen miles southwest of Wilmington,
the principal city of the state. The campus lies midway between New York
City and Washington, D.C., affording students and faculty easy access to
cultural events in Philadelphia, New York, Baltimore and Washington, D.C.
Additional questions may be directed to:
Maria Purciello, Chair
Music History Search Committee
Department of Music
University of Delaware
Newark, DE 19716
DEADLINE: All materials must be received by October
DATE OF APPOINTMENT: 1 September 2015
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION ABOUT THE DEPARTMENT: Visit the Department’s home page on the
Candidates must have a completed doctorate at
the time of appointment, and their record must show successful experience in
collegiate-level teaching, as well as an established record of research that
demonstrates the promise of continued growth.
Applicants should upload their letter of
application and current curriculum vitae with three references. In
addition, applicants should arrange for three letters of reference to be
uploaded to the site separately. After initial screening, examples of scholarly
writing and a teaching portfolio with a video of classroom teaching will be
requested. Application materials will not be returned.
Employment offers will be conditioned upon
successful completion of a criminal background check. A conviction will not
necessarily exclude you from employment.
The University of Delaware is an Equal
Opportunity Employer which encourages applications from Minority Group Members,
Women, Individuals with Disabilities and Veterans. The University's Notice of
Non-Discrimination can be found at http://www.udel.edu/aboutus/legalnotices.html
Coordinator Senior of
$36,915 per year; DOE
2014, is the initial close date. Applications will continue to be accepted and
considered every two weeks until the search is closed.
Coordinator Senior of Occupancy Management is responsible for housing
operations to include room assignments, business processes, and occupancy
management for an assigned Residential College. This position collaborates with
cross functional leadership teams to provide support and occupancy management
expertise to the Residential College, mentors student and professional staff
working in the community, and is responsible for providing exceptional,
proactive customer service to students.
Assist in the planning and implementation of
occupancy management efforts by processing transfers, exceptions, license
agreement releases, and creating system updates for new building projects
Monitor housing assignment system to ensure
accuracy in room assignments, billing data, and inventory; generate accurate
rosters, occupancy management reports, and billing reports
Assist in the preparation for license agreement
renewal and participate in special projects as directed
Think critically, interpret and carry out
program procedures, policies, goals and objectives to enhance the University
Housing vision in a student centered effort
Process financial adjustments and account
reconciliations; coordinate with accounting staff as required
Resolve customer service issues through direct
contact with students and parents and through internal and external department
Hire, train, and supervise assigned student
and/or professional staff
Create and manage rosters for specific
residential college orientations and attend residential college events
Cultivate relationships with the Assistant
Director, Res College leadership, academic departments, student support
services, administrators, and external vendors to foster partnerships and to
ensure that needs are met in regards to customer service
Conduct presentations to colleagues, students,
and parents regarding housing information, processes, and policy
Recognize and successfully resolve occupancy
system issues, and train others on using the system
Days and Schedule:
Friday, 8 am – 5 pm with extended hours as needed; this position serves on the
Occupancy Management duty rotation
degree in a field appropriate to the area of assignment AND five (5) years of
related experience; OR, Any equivalent combination of education and/or
experience from which comparable knowledge, skills and abilities have been
Evidence of a Master’s degree and two years of
Evidence of effective verbal and written
Experience in explaining services, policies,
rules and regulations
Experience in using residential management
system, Blackboard, and PeopleSoft software packages
Experience in developing database queries and interpreting
Experience in budgeting, accounting, and
Experience in using Microsoft Office
applications (Word, Excel, Outlook, and Access)
Experience in working in a higher education
environment for at least two years
Experience in managing multiple projects and
meeting deadlines under pressure in a fast paced environment
Experience in work that requires attention to
detail and being organized
Sit or stand for prolonged periods of time.
Use computers for inputting, reviewing and
retrieving information; extended periods of viewing screen, using mouse and
keyboard, and sitting.
Position may work nights and weekends and travel
to support duties and operational functions on all campuses.
Walk throughout campus for meetings or events,
regardless of the weather conditions.
Lift up to 35 pounds.
Supervise staff and students.
Work collaboratively across various departments
within the University as well as with diverse populations and groups.
Use critical thinking to make decisions and/or
Communicate orally and in writing to perform
of University Housing is to create living and learning environments that
promote academic excellence, foster personal development and enhance the
university experience for a diverse population.
ASU University Housing currently houses nearly 13,000 students on all
four campuses. 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. The departmental vision
is to become the premier housing and academic support services program in the
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 70,000 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
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.
pre-employment screening which may include verification of work history,
academic credentials, licenses, and certifications.
Fingerprint Check Statement:
position is considered safety/security sensitive and will include a fingerprint
check. Employment is contingent upon successful passing of the fingerprint
Instructions to Apply:
deadline is 3:00PM Arizona time on the date indicated.
should clearly illustrate how prior knowledge and experience meet the minimum
and desired qualifications stated in this requisition.
electronic applications are accepted.
ASU does not
pay for travel expenses associated with interviews, unless otherwise indicated.
please go to www.asu.edu/asujobs/ click "External Applicant" under
Staff Positions, see Req Id# 6194BR or go directly to:
Professor of Psychology and
Neuroscience and Director of the Duke Center for Interdisciplinary Decision
Sciences, Duke University
The Department of Psychology and
Neuroscience at Duke University seeks applications for a tenured Associate or
Full Professor in the area of decision-making to serve as the Director of the
Duke Center for Interdisciplinary Decision Sciences (D-CIDES). D-CIDES is a
joint collaboration between the Duke Institute for Brain Sciences and Duke’s
Social Science Research Institute. The mission of D-CIDES is to catalyze programs
and research on biological, psychological, interpersonal, and socio-economic processes
involved in decision-making (http://www.dibs.duke.edu/research/d-cides). The
position involves responsibilities as the faculty director of D-CIDES, as well
as undergraduate and graduate education and research in the Department of
Psychology and Neuroscience.
The director of D-CIDES is responsible
for the strategic leadership and operational management of the center’s
programmatic initiatives that bridge multiple areas of inquiry in the social
and natural sciences, economics, philosophy, ethics, mathematics, medicine,
public policy, management, and marketing. The candidate will also have
opportunities to participate in related cross-departmental programs, including
the Center for Cognitive Neuroscience, Brain Imaging and Analysis Center,
Center for Genomic and Computational Biology, Center for Science and Society, Center
for Child and Family Policy, and Kenan Institute for Ethics.
The successful applicant will demonstrate
a strong record of productive and creative research in the psychological or neuroscientific
aspects of decision-making, as well as a commitment to promoting
interdisciplinary collaborations and leading a vibrant and growing intellectual
center. Candidates should submit a
statement of research and teaching interests, a curriculum vita, three
representative publications, and names of two references to http://www.academicjobsonline.org.
The job ID number is 4424. Questions regarding the position may be
directed to the search committee co-chairs: Kevin LaBar (email@example.com) or Mark Leary (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Applications received by November 1, 2014 will be guaranteed
full consideration. Duke University is
an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer committed to providing
employment opportunity without regard to an individual’s age, color,
disability, genetic information, gender, gender identity, national origin,
race, religion, sexual orientation, or veteran status.
SENIOR ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR FOR TRANSFER INITIATIVES
Date Position Available: November 1, 2014
Salary: Commensurate with education and experience. Minimum $63,302 pending experience/qualifications; plus excellent benefits package, including educational benefits for employee and eligible dependents and 22 days paid vacation
Responsibilities: The Senior Associate Director for Transfer Initiatives provides direction and oversight for all transfer initiatives in Undergraduate Admissions. Leads, manages, and supervises staff members and their efforts related to transfer recruitment and admission, articulation and credit transfer, and partnership initiatives. Coordinates with enrollment management leadership and the vice provost for eLearning and strategic initiatives to ensure overall alignment of transfer recruiting, admission, and transfer credit efforts with strategic university goals. Serves as a member of the Undergraduate Admissions management team and helps facilitate strategic and tactical planning and implementation efforts unit-wide.
Recruitment and Admission: Develops recruitment and admission strategies, and oversees the implementation of initiatives related to transfer recruitment, admission, and yield. Directs all recruitment and outreach efforts of both Athens and eCampus undergraduate transfer students, ensuring optimal customer service and engagement of prospective and admitted students throughout the enrollment lifecycle. Designs and oversees admission review and decision processes for Athens and eCampus undergraduate transfer applications. Provides direction and oversight for recruitment and admission initiatives for non-traditional students, including veteran, non-degree, and concurrently-enrolled high school student populations.
Transfer Credit: Directs transfer credit policy and procedures, ensuring the university's compliance with all applicable state, regional, and national transfer policies and best practices. Directs processes related to the transfer of credit for new and continuing students. Represents Ohio University at the state level for transfer initiatives. Oversees the strategic development of articulation agreements with community colleges to build enrollment pipelines. Co-chairs the Transfer Credit Practices Council, which aims to inform and enhance transfer credit policies and practices at Ohio University. Serves as functional transfer credit lead to the Oracle PeopleSoft, Oracle OBIEE, and Hyland OnBase systems to recommend effective and efficient technological solutions to support transfer initiatives.
Partnerships and Strategic Initiatives: Provides direction and oversight for a team of individuals tasked with maintaining university relationships with partner community colleges. Coordinates with the assistant vice provost for enrollment management and director of Undergraduate Admissions, the vice provost for enrollment management, the vice provost for eLearning and strategic partnerships, and academic leadership to ensure that the work of the community partnership managers aligns with and facilitates attainment of university goals.
General Leadership, Management, and Supervision: Serves as one of two senior associate directors on the Undergraduate Admissions management team, helping to facilitate strategic and tactical planning and implementation efforts. Provides oversight for office activities as necessary. Assists the AVP/director through the development and management of budget, personnel, and professional development initiatives.
Qualifications: Master’s degree required. Preferred area of master’s degree in higher education, business, or communication. Background check and university judiciary review required, in addition to regular driving history audits. Candidates must have at least 6 years of progressively responsible related work experience and at least 3 years of management experience. Experience in admissions in public higher education preferred. Must hold valid driver’s license and have ability to travel independently overnight occasionally. The incumbent must possess knowledge of and abide by the Statements and Principles of Good Practice of the National Association for College Admission Counseling. Must have the ability to interpret and implement recruitment and admission guidelines and standards; state and institutional policies on admission, articulation, and credit; and university academic policy. The incumbent must possess a broad perspective on the university, curricula, statewide practices, transfer credit practices within higher education and familiarity with accreditation standards. Experience with state of Ohio transfer credit policies preferred.
Apply at: Please complete the online application and attach required documentation at www.ohiouniversityjobs.com or use the Quick link at https://www.ohiouniversityjobs.com/postings/11057. For full consideration, please apply by September 21, 2014. Documents required: Resume, Cover Letter, References. References will be used with discretion late in the process. Successful candidates will be subject to a background check and university judicial review. If you have additional questions, please contact Katie Troyer, Associate Director for Recruitment Operations, Ohio University, 120 Chubb Hall, Athens, OH 45701; email@example.com.
Ohio University is committed to creating a respectful and inclusive educational and workplace environment. Ohio University is an equal access/equal opportunity and affirmative action employer with a strong commitment to building and maintaining a diverse workforce. Women, persons of color, persons with disabilities, and veterans are encouraged to apply.
Tenure Track Faculty
Institute of Technology (MIT)
The Department of
Brain & Cognitive Sciences (BCS) (http://bcs.mit.edu)
and The Picower Institute for Learning
& Memory at MIT (http://picower.mit.edu/)
are looking to hire up to three (3) tenure-track faculty at the assistant
professor level who work in one or more of the following three (3) areas:
approaches to intelligence, cognition or neuroscience; an experimental
component to the candidate's research would be viewed as a positive but is not
necessary. An affiliation with Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, the
Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (CSAIL), or other
allied departments is possible.
ii) Molecular &
cellular: The Picower Institute is searching for a candidate studying
development, function or plasticity of neuronal circuits at the cellular,
circuit, and/or systems levels using a multi-faceted approach combining
different methodologies and levels of analysis. Candidates with strong
cellular/molecular training who are studying development of brain circuits or
using stem cell technologies are particularly encouraged to apply.
iii) Human cognition
and/or cognitive neuroscience using behavioral methods, especially in the
areas of language and/or cognitive development OR using fMRI/neuroscience
Successful applicants are expected to develop and lead
independent, internationally competitive research programs and to share in our
commitment to excellence in undergraduate and graduate education by teaching
courses and mentoring graduate and undergraduate research. PhD must be
completed by start day of employment and some postdoctoral training is
Please submit application materials – cover letter, CV,
statement of research and teaching interests and representative reprints –
online at https://academicjobsonline.org/ajo/jobs/4202.
Please state research area in cover letter. To help direct the application,
applicants should indicate which of the three areas listed above is their main
research area by answering the mandatory questions included in the application.
In addition, please arrange to have three letters of recommendation submitted
online. Review of applications will begin on November 1, 2014.
is an affirmative action employer, and we encourage applications from women and