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SUNY Purchase College

Assistant Director of Community Engagement (Senior Staff Assistant SL-3)

Reporting to the Director of Community Engagement, the Assistant Director of Community Engagement for Student Involvement is responsible for two primary areas of responsibilities: direct oversight of 2 Residence Coordinators within a portion of the residence hall communities (supervision, training/evaluation, building management, crisis intervention) and oversight of student life initiatives, including; but not limited to: planning summer/winter orientation, major programming (welcome weeks, large scale programming, family day, senior week, commencement) and civic engagement/student success planning (alternate service trips, awards ceremony, commuter programs, etc.) Further, the Assistant Director makes appropriate decisions and/or recommendations to the Director of Community Engagement regarding management and supervision of their area of student involvement. This is a live-in position, which participates in the campus duty rotation, is involved in student life on campus and responds to campus emergencies.


Master’s Degree Required in Student Development, Higher Education, or related field. Three to five years of professional experience at a college or university in residence life, student activities, orientation, counseling and/or advising students. Candidates should have strong leadership skills, knowledge of how to plan and organize events for students, refined problem-solving skills and strong organizational and administrative skills. Excellent time management and strategic planning skills, plus a strong proficiency in written and oral communications. Ability to work effectively with a diverse student body, faculty and staff and the ability to work in a collaborative environment. Live-in experience is a plus.

To apply, please complete an application at the Purchase College Job Vacancy Website: Candidates are required to attach a resume, cover letter and the contact information (name, phone number, address) of three professional references under "Other Document #1" to the online application. Application Deadline is April 15, 2015.

Women and minorities are encouraged to apply.

Purchase College is an AA/EEO employer of individuals with disabilities and protected veterans. The Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act, or Clery Act, mandates that all Title IV institutions, without exception, prepare, publish and distribute an Annual Security Report. This report consists of two basic parts: Disclosure of the University's crime statistics for the past three years; and the availability regarding the University's current campus security policies. Purchase College's Annual Security Report is available at




Responsible for the development and management of a comprehensive academic support program for approximately 300 student-athletes representing 17 NCAA Division I sport programs while promoting and fostering an environment of academic excellence, integrity, and student success and retention. Oversee the day-to-day operations of the Academic Fitness Center and its staff, facilitate the admissions process for prospective student-athletes, manage the NCAA Academic Performance Program, and supervise the Student-Athlete Advisory Council.

Budgeted salary is $54,100. Open until filled with priority consideration given to applications received by Friday, April 3, 2015. Please complete online application at

Minimum Requirements

Master's Degree in Education, Counseling, Sports Administration, or related field.
Experience providing related academic support services to student-athletes.
Experience developing and implementing related student-athlete educational programming.
Demonstrated skill assessing academic difficulties, developing appropriate remedies, and evaluating and assessing the effectiveness of student support intervention.
Exceptional interpersonal and human relations skills.
Advanced written and verbal communication skills.
Strong organizational and customer service skills.
Demonstrated computer proficiency.
Strong commitment to working with students of diverse backgrounds.
Operating knowledge of the applicable federal and state regulations governing areas related to the responsibilities of the job (i.e., FERPA).
Strong commitment to academic integrity and compliance.
Skill in working as part of a team and collaborating with colleagues.

Preferred Qualifications

A minimum of five years of progressively responsible and comprehensive experience in advising collegiate student-athletes, preferably at the Division I level.
Experience hiring, training, supervising, evaluating, and developing staff.
Knowledge of UCR, Big West Conference, and NCAA rules and regulations, especially in regards to the NCAA Academic Performance Program (APP).
Demonstrated ability to use student information systems, CAi (i.e., the Compliance Assistant Internet) and other related compliance software.

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 Arts Management Program in the School of the Arts at the College of Charleston invites applications for two faculty positions: (1) an Assistant Professor of Arts Management; and (2) an Assistant or Associate Professor of Arts Management. Both positions begin August 16, 2015.

The College of Charleston, founded in 1770, is the thirteenth oldest public liberal arts and sciences university in the nation and is located on a scenic campus in the historic district of Charleston, South Carolina. The College offers more than 49 undergraduate degree programs and 17 graduate degree programs to approximately 10,000 undergraduate and 1,500 graduate students, drawing these students from fifty states and seventy-five countries.

The undergraduate Arts Management Program includes a Music Industry Concentration, and the Master in Public Administration Program’s (MPA) Graduate Concentration in Arts Management includes a Graduate Certificate in Arts Management. The Program has close ties with Charleston and South Carolina arts and cultural institutions including Spoleto Festival USA, South Carolina Arts Alliance, and the South Carolina Arts Commission. Visit the Arts Management Program website at

A Ph.D. or a terminal degree in Arts Management or a related field by August 15, 2015 is required for both positions. Additionally, the successful candidate will have 3-5+ years (for hire as Assistant Professor) or 5-10+ years (for hire as Associate Professor) of experience in arts management which can include a combination of teaching arts management and closely related courses in colleges and universities, and management experience in the arts management field or closely related industry. Candidates with previous teaching experience in Arts Management or a closely related field and those candidates with administrative/management experience in the arts and cultural management industry on a local, regional or national level with strong and close connections to artists, nonprofit arts and cultural organizations, artistic/cultural enterprises, professional associations, and discipline-specific groups are preferred.

Successful candidates should show a promising record of scholarship, teaching and professional practice/service; those seeking appointment as Associate Professor should also have a proven academic and professional record commensurate with that rank. Faculty in both positions will be responsible for teaching courses in the undergraduate program and, depending upon expertise, courses in the MPA Program (Arts Management Concentration and Certificate). These may include foundation courses as well as fundraising and grant writing, public relations and marketing, arts policy, and music industry courses. They will also advise undergraduate arts management majors.

The positions are nine-month tenure-track contracts with benefits. The annual contract is renewable based on satisfactory performance.

A review of materials will begin immediately and end in April 2015 or until the position is filled.

The Arts Management Program, School of the Arts seeks applications from those with a range of diverse backgrounds, experiences and thoughts which include ethnicity, race, age, philosophies, socio-economic status, gender, language, geographic region, social and life experiences, religious beliefs and affiliations, political views, heritage and other differences that are embraced and celebrated by our program. The College of Charleston is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity employer and does not discriminate against any individual or group on the basis of gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, age, race, color, religion, national origin, veteran status, genetic information, or disability. Salary and rank will be commensurate with credentials and experience. To apply, go to


Babson College 

Oversees and administers all internal operations of the Recruiting Program, serving as the primary contact for students and corporate recruiters. Specifically responsible for coordinating support to employers and students throughout the recruiting process for internship and full-time opportunities; conducting external outreach for the recruiting program, which includes outreach through phone, off-site employer visits, and other initiatives as needed; and proactively communicating opportunities to the Babson community.

Responsible for developing and implementing policies and procedures that ensure a high-quality on campus recruiting program that reflects the needs and expectations of employers and students. This includes recommending, creating, and implementing recruiting processes in partnership with the Recruiting and Advising Teams, utilizing the recruiting software [Symplicity], "Career Connections”; arranging all dates for interviews and recruiting programs; and managing the correspondence between the CCD recruiting program and employers.
• Manages all logistical aspects of on-campus interview program: oversee job postings, collection of student credentials, and interview scheduling for employers through the Career Connections system. Responsible for sharing student resume packets with employers, following up with employers to establish and confirm interview schedules, and communicating selection results with students. Keeps accurate record of corporate contacts, company interview dates, visits, and cancellations in Career Connections.
• Partners with Career Advisers to support their specific key employer relationships as related to communications and campus programming initiatives.
• Collaborates with the senior associate director to transition new employer partners into current employer portfolio.
• Manages additional key employer relationships to ensure superior customer service.
• Markets Babson College as an institution and its students as prospective employees to college recruiters. Performs outreach by following up on leads, networking, email and direct mail initiatives. 
• Identify, attend, and present at conferences and consortium opportunities related to recruiting and employer relations as a representative of Babson College and its students. 
• Compiles statistical information related to recruiting, including interview statistics, recruiting trends, and job posting volumes. 
• Collects employer feedback on the Babson College on-campus recruiting process, including feedback on Babson students both as individual and as a group.
• Manage the Center’s Career Fairs and various recruiting programs including marketing, registration, logistics, and collecting event statistics.
• Works closely with CCD staff and Director to share information on recruiting trends and to collaborate on special projects. Partners with CCD staff focused on building Experiential Learning and Internship relationships.
• Assist with the design and production of employer marketing material, compose content, and coordinate communication to employers.
• Responsible for strong internal relations with students and faculty. Assists with/participates in events with other offices on campus. Arranges recruiter lunches with faculty and staff.
• Assumes additional responsibilities as required.
Student Assistants (1)

Education Requirements:
Minimum Level of Education Required Bachelor’s Degree
Position Knowledge/Skills & Abilities Requirements:
• At least 2-4 years of similar experience
• Project management expertise
• Strong analytical and reporting skills 
• Strong detail orientation
• Excellent information system and database management skills
• Ability to work in a fast-paced environment and with all constituencies
• Strong computer skills including proficiency in Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Access, PowerPoint)
• Able to work with culturally ethnically, culturally, and socially diverse students, staff, and faculty
• Flexibility and willingness to assume new tasks and special projects. 
• Excellent oral, written, and telephone communication skills

Apply Here:



Northern Illinois University

Senior Associate Vice President for Academic Diversity and Chief Diversity Officer

Northern Illinois University (NIU) seeks nominations and applications for the position of Senior Associate Vice President for Academic Diversity and Chief Diversity Officer to lead the institutional efforts to advance its work on diversity and inclusion. This inaugural position will have a dual reporting relationship to the President and the Provost and serves on both the President's Cabinet and the Council of Deans.

Chartered in 1895, NIU is a student-centered, regional public research institution with a diverse and international student body of 21,000. NIU's main residential campus is located 65 miles west of Chicago in one of the most dynamic regions of the country. Three extension centers are located in Naperville, Rockford, and Hoffman Estates. The University contains 41 academic departments across seven colleges of Business, Education, Engineering and Engineering Technology, Health and Human Sciences, Law, Liberal Arts and Sciences, and Visual and Performing Arts. NIU offers 63 undergraduate majors and 78 graduate degree programs, including 20 doctoral programs, and the Juris Doctorate. Additional information about NIU is available at

The Senior Associate Vice President for Academic Diversity and Chief Diversity Officer will serve as the senior administrator responsible for leading and coordinating efforts to help members of NIU’s diverse community feel connected to NIU and the surrounding DeKalb community and to move NIU towards the goal of creating an even more welcoming, and inclusive community. The University seeks candidates whose education, perspectives, and experience enable them to provide vision, leadership and counsel on matters of diversity and inclusion, collaborate with all campus units to create a welcoming and respectful academic environment that embraces diversity as a dimension of excellence, and promotes a culture of openness and inclusion at NIU.

The ideal candidate will have a wealth of experience in the field with a high degree of involvement on the national stage; strong scholarly visibility; demonstrate leadership in advancing diversity and inclusion initiatives and programs within a complex organization; possess substantial administrative and program-building experience including strategic planning experience; have a record of success in facilitating effective partnerships with and between campus and community constituencies; be experienced in leading large-scale change projects; and show a proven success in—or aptitude for— external relations, communications and development. Candidates will possess at least 10 years of progressive responsibility in administration, preferably in an academic environment; a terminal degree (e.g., Ph.D., Ed.D, J.D. or MFA) with qualifying experience is required. A record of scholarly work in a diversity area commensurate to the rank of Associate or Full Professor is preferred.

A complete leadership profile is available at:

Nominations, expressions of interest, and applications are invited. Review of candidate materials will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled; for full consideration, applicant materials should be received by April 15, 2015. Interested individuals should provide a letter describing their interest in and qualifications for the position, a curriculum vitae or resume, and the names and contact information of five references (Candidates will be notified before references are contacted). These materials should be sent electronically, via e-mail, to NIU’s search consultants Oliver Tomlin, Jennifer Bauer and Khalilah Lawson at The Consultants can be reached by phone through the office of Chris Van Sickel at 314-754-6071.

In accordance with applicable statutes and regulations, NIU is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, ancestry, sex, religion, age, physical and mental disability, marital status, veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, political affiliation, or any other factor unrelated to professional qualifications, and will comply with all applicable federal and state statutes, regulations and orders pertaining to nondiscrimination, equal opportunity and affirmative action. NIU recognizes Dual Career issues.

In Compliance with the Illinois Campus Security Act, before an offer of employment is made, the university will conduct a pre-employment background investigation, which includes a criminal background check.


Babson College

The Class Dean provides academic and personal support to a cohort group of First year through senior undergraduate students. Specific responsibilities include: providing registration and course advisement; overseeing the progress of students on academic probation; approving leave of absences and course withdrawals, among other academic services; providing referral and follow-up services to students in personal crisis; and responsible for developmental programming. Works collaboratively with the following offices to ensure students receive timely information and service related to their Babson experience: Student Affairs, Office of the Registrar, Student Financial Services, the Center for Career Development, and the Office of Residential Living. This position has a high degree of student, parent, and faculty contact.

Provides advisement to students on course selection and registration.
• Develops learning plans and academic plans with individual and groups of students.
• Consults with the Associate Director on the approval of course overloads and under loads.
• Advises students on study abroad options.
• Approves individual course withdrawals and collaborates with (other Class Deans and) Associate Director on "exception” decisions.
• Advises and approves all academic requests for leave of absence and voluntary withdrawal from the College.
• Monitors academic progress of students on academic probation and those returning from an academic suspension.
• Discusses with students and makes appropriate referrals on concerns regarding grades, faculty, and ability to successfully complete a course of study.
• Collaborates with the Registrar on the certification process of the undergraduates.
• Collaborates with the Associate Director to approve off-campus courses and facilitate credits to transcripts.
• Approve requests for exam excuses in compliance with College policy.
• Provides referrals and appropriate support for students expressing concerns with personal matters affecting them (either personally or from another source). Ex: substance abuse, eating issues, family and other relationship concerns, harassment, etc.
• Works closely with Associate Director and Counseling Center staff regarding students of concern.
• Acts as a resource for students involved in the College community standards process.
• Refers students to Center for Career Development for internship and career planning.
• Support all students and allow for professional growth. Create programming and student development opportunities as needed.
• Facilitate a First Year Seminar Class (optional).
• Work closely with partner offices in addressing student issues including: Athletics, Student Financial Services, Registrar, The Center for Career Development, Glavin Office of Multicultural and International Education, Undergraduate Admission, etc.
• Participate in College-wide committees as designated by the Associate Director or Director.
• Support the efforts of other offices by participating in alumni, admission, undergraduate program, career development events as designated by the Associate Director.
• Assumes additional responsibilities as required.

Job Requirements

Minimum Level of Education Required Master’s degree (Student Personnel Administration, Higher Education, or a related field)

Position Knowledge/Skills & Abilities Requirements:
• 5-7 years of working with College students in an advising capacity
• A background in academic advising and support
• Ability to work effectively with students, parents, and faculty
• Strong computer skills including proficiency in Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Access, PowerPoint)
• Able to work with culturally ethnically and socially diverse students, staff, and faculty.
• Flexibility and willingness to assume new tasks and special projects.
• Excellent communication skills

Apply Here: 


Harris-Stowe State University

Dean of the College of Education

Harris-Stowe State University traces its founding back to 1857 as the first public teacher education institution west of the Mississippi River. Today, the University offers 16 undergraduate degree programs throughout three colleges—the Anheuser-Busch School of Business, College of Arts & Sciences, and College of Education. The nationally accredited Harris-StoweCollege ofEducation offers degree programs in early childhood, elementary, middle school, and secondary education, as well as educational studies with a particular focus on preparing traditional and non-traditional students to be impactful educators and leaders serving a diverse society. The College of Education shares a state-of-the-art instructional building with the William L. Clay Sr., Early Childhood Development/Parenting Education Center that provides an excellent learning laboratory for students of all ages. As an urban institution, Harris-Stowe is committed to addressing the needs of the surrounding metropolitan St. Louis region and is proud to be one of the top degree producers of African-American graduates in Missouri and a leader in serving the higher education needs of first generation college students.

Reporting to the Provost/Vice President of Academic Affairs, the Dean of the College of Education serves as a key member of the academic leadership team and provides strategic vision, planning, and management for all academic programs, faculty, staff, and student initiatives of the College. The Dean is instrumental in implementing data collection, assessment, and documentation of all processes and reporting requirements necessary for the timely compliance of teacher-certification and accreditation standards as set forth by the Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation (CAEP, formerly known as NCATE), Specialized Professional Associations (SPA), and the National Network for Education Renewal (NNER). As an academic leader, the Dean is responsible for all administrative and governance matters pertaining to the College of Education which include but are not limited to strategic planning, recruitment and retention of faculty and students, curriculum development, and program evaluation. In addition, the Dean provides leadership in the areas of teaching, scholarship, and fundraising. The Dean supervises The William L. Clay Sr. Early Childhood Development/Parenting Education Center, one of the leading Centers in the region. Collaboration with other academic and administrative units at Harris-Stowe and with school district administrators, as well as other community partners to support the work of the College and the University is an essential function and leadership expectation of the Dean.

Applicants must hold an earned doctorate in education or a related field from a regionally accredited institution. Additional required qualifications include: a minimum of three years of experience working in higher education; demonstrated knowledge of K-12 public school teaching and/or administration; excellent interpersonal and communication skills; commitment to working with diverse populations and track record of supporting and enhancing diversity among faculty and student populations; understanding of faculty governance; and documented experience with accreditation and self-study processes. Demonstrated engagement in state, regional, and/or national efforts to improve public education; commitment to developing technological innovations to enhance educational delivery and learning, including familiarity with online instruction; familiarity with grant-writing and fundraising; and experience working collaboratively with K-12 schools and other community partners will also be important considerations in the selection of the next Dean of the College of Education.

Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled. For full consideration, please submit a position specific cover letter and resume via the SJG website at under the link Current Searches by April 17, 2015. Inquiries or nominations may be directed to Valerie Szymkowicz at

SJG – The Spelman & Johnson Group

Harris-Stowe State University – Dean, College of Education

Valerie B. Szymkowicz, Senior Associate

Visit the Harris-Stowe State University website at 

Harris-Stowe University is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer.





Palm Beach County School District, located in South Florida, seeks an inspirational leader with visionary leadership and strong administrative skills to lead a district of over 183,000 students. The salary will be in the range of $275,000-$350,000 plus an excellent comprehensive benefits package. The final salary for the successful candidate will be negotiated and determined based upon proven experience, qualifications and meeting Board criteria.

Interested candidates may apply online at 

Ray and Associates, Inc.

Ph: 319/393-3115 E-mail: 

Application Deadline:

Midnight on April 2, 2015

Please do not contact the Board or District directly.



The College of New Jersey Ewing, NJ

Title: Residence Director

Internal ID #13428

The Residential Education Department at The College of New Jersey invites applications for a Residence Director. This position is a twelve-month full time position managing a residence area housing approximately Up to 650 students within our cohort model residential education program. The Residence Director will directly supervise student para-professionals in providing excellent services, programs, and support to residents. The Residence Director adjudicates judicial responses up to removal from residence, takes part in campus wide crisis management duty rotation and serves on divisional committee(s) as assigned. Our Residence Directors function as direct liaisons to facilities and assignments staff, in addition to a ResEd student group such as RHA, NRHH, or Staff Advisory Board. Qualified candidates will need to balance high level administrative duties with supervision and student development.

Qualifications for this position include:

* Bachelor's degree in student personnel administration or related field that supports the development of college students.

* Experiences with the student conduct process and residential education supervisory experience.

Preferred qualifications include:

* Master's degree in student personnel administration or related field that supports the development of college students combined with graduate level work experience in residence life.

* One to two years' experience with direct oversight of a residence hall, including supervisory skills, proven commitment to student development and diversity and the ability to be flexible and work within a changing and growing residential program.

* Experience utilizing technology to train and educate students.

The state title for this position is Professional Services Specialist 4, Range 18. It is aligned with the American Federations of Teachers (AFT) bargaining unit. This position includes a comprehensive benefits package including health, dental and prescription, as well as generous sick and vacation leave, on-campus apartment and partial meal subsidy while college is in session.

Applicants should forward their cover letter, resume and three professional references to: Applications will be accepted until March 21, 2015. Applications received after that date will only be accepted if a suitable candidate has not been identified. Final offer of employment will be contingent upon successful completion of a background investigation.

Founded in 1855, TCNJ is a highly selective public institution that has earned national recognition for its commitment to excellence. TCNJ emphasizes the undergraduate residential experience and offers targeted graduate programs. The College's seven schools - The Arts and Communication; Business; Humanities and Social Sciences; Education; Science; Nursing, Health, and Exercise Science; and Engineering - offer degrees to nearly 6,800 students. The College's distinguished faculty of 348 full-time members provides a 13 to 1 student to faculty ratio, and eighty-five percent of classes have enrollments of 30 or fewer. TCNJ's picturesque campus is located on 289 tree-lined acres in suburban Ewing, approximately five miles from New Jersey's state capital of Trenton, and 60 minutes from both Philadelphia and New York City. A 95 percent freshman to sophomore retention rate and a six-year graduation rate of 86 percent speak to the quality of the TCNJ experience.

To enrich education through diversity, The College of New Jersey is an Equal Opportunity Employer. The College has a strong commitment to achieving diversity among faculty and staff, and strongly encourages women and members of underrepresented groups to apply.



The College of New Jersey

Assistant to the Vice President of Human Resources

March 6, 2015

The Office of Human Resources at The College of New Jersey is currently accepting applications for an Assistant to the Vice President of Human Resources. The Office of Human Resources is dedicated to the recruitment, retention, and development of a highly qualified, committed, and diverse workforce, encouraging and supporting the faculty and staff in their vital role of meeting the College’s mission and goals and our commitment to our students. The department is structured under three foundational pillars: Talent Management, Total Rewards & Organizational Effectiveness. Human Resources is committed to employing innovative "best practices”, emerging technologies, and operating from a focused customer centric orientation to meet these goals. We ensure effective, efficient, productive and timely processes and service supporting the College’s mission and core beliefs of preparing students to excel in their chosen fields and to create, preserve and transmit knowledge, arts and wisdom.

The Assistant to the Vice President of Human Resources provides high quality confidential and professional level administrative support to the Vice President overseeing major functions of the College. The position works independently to facilitate quality/effective assistance and information to faculty and staff and other internal and external stakeholders/clients. The position also serves as the "right hand” of the Vice President to relieve many of the pressures associated with day to day challenges. It will deal regularly with senior leadership and play a key role in support of the Colleges Professional Development & Training/Talent programs along with administration of the departmental budget.

Responsibilities for this position include but are not limited to preparing correspondence, updating calendars, scheduling, special projects, maintaining files, arranging programs and events, preparing meeting agendas and preparing meeting minutes. He/she will maintain Human Resources operating budget for HR expenditures, EEO and Staff Development, process independent contractor documentation and provide the Vice President with regular fiscal updates. He/she will perform other duties which may be assigned by the Vice President.

Qualifications for this position include:

  • Four (4) years of administrative experience in a professional environment, Master’s degree may be substituted for 1 year of experience.
  • Graduation from an accredited college with a Bachelor's degree. Applicants who do not possess the required education may substitute experience on a year for year basis and one (1) year of professional experience in education, higher education, or other fields related to the functions of the position.

Preference will be given to candidates with the following qualifications and skills:

  • Possession of a Bachelor’s Degree
  • Five years of experience in a similar role.
  • Excellent Project Management skills.
  • Experience in Higher Education or a Human Resources office of a public institution.
  • Proficiency working with Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint and the ability to learn other software systems.
  • Exceptional organizational skills.

This position is a non-competitive Civil Service position with the state title of Professional Services Specialist 4 (A). It is aligned with the Communication Workers of America (CWA) bargaining unit. Permanent appointment to this position is contingent upon the successful completion of a 4-month probationary period to assess the ability to perform the essential functions of the position. The College offers a generous benefits package that includes health, dental, vision and prescription plans as well as pension, paid leave time and tuition savings programs.

Please forward a cover letter, resume and contact information of three (3) professional references to: by March 23, 2015. Resumes received after that date will only be considered if a suitable applicant has not been identified. Final offer of employment will be contingent upon successful completion of a background investigation.

Under a new residency bill signed into law by Governor Chris Christie, any individual hired on, or after September 1, 2011, will be required to establish a principal residence in New Jersey unless their position is exempt. New employees will have a full 365 days to establish such residence, from the effective date of hire. Any new employee who believes that they have a critical need to live outside of New Jersey, or that a move to a permanent residence within the state would constitute a hardship, may request an exemption from the provisions of the law by appealing to a five-member committee to be established by the State for the purpose of hearing such appeals.

To enrich education through diversity, The College of New Jersey is an Equal Opportunity Employer. The College has a strong commitment to achieving diversity among faculty and staff, and strongly encourages women and members of underrepresented groups to apply.


Provost and Vice President of Academic Affairs

The University:

Serving more than 38,000 students each year, CSUN is one of the largest universities in the United States. CSUN ranks 10th in the country in awarding bachelor's degrees to underrepresented minority students, fifth nationally in awarding master's degrees to Hispanic students and enrolls the largest number of deaf and hard-of-hearing students of any U.S. state university. CSUN's 171 academic programs and engaged centers enjoy international recognition for excellence. CSUN currently partners with more than 100 institutions of higher education in 22 countries around the globe and attracts the largest international student population of any U.S. master's level institution. Situated on a 356-acre park-like setting in the heart of Los Angeles' San Fernando Valley, the campus features modern educational buildings and world-class LEED Gold-certified performing arts and recreational facilities recognized as among the best in the country. CSUN is a welcoming university that champions accessibility, academic excellence and student success.

The Position of Provost and Vice President of Academic Affairs:

Serving as the chief academic officer, the Provost provides dynamic academic and strategic leadership for the university, with broad vision, a perpetual fresh perspective, and balanced judgment and creativity. The Provost leads more than 3,000 faculty and staff in undergraduate, graduate, extended education, research and public partnerships programs. The Provost, adhering to a strict ethical code, oversees, coordinates and promotes the excellence and integrity of academic programming, scholarly work and creative activity where student success involving high quality student learning, persistence and degree completion are top priorities. As a member of the President’s Cabinet, the Provost develops and implements strategic goals and initiatives and coordinates regional, national and international activities to support the mission and priorities of the university; additional areas of oversight include the financial and capital planning of the division, regulatory compliance, accreditation and institutional equity. The Provost guides the division through bold leadership of an engaged and collaborative team, positive working relationships across university divisions and the recruitment, development and retention of a diverse and forward-thinking faculty and staff. The Provost is a champion of diversity and individual uniqueness, recognizing the strength these factors bring to the university community and learning environment.


Candidates must possess a distinguished record in teaching, scholarship and/or creative activity with an earned doctorate or terminal degree from an accredited institution, acceptable for appointment at the rank of professor. Must have administrative and leadership experience, preferably in higher education academic administration. Must have demonstrated, through previous professional achievements: the ability to anticipate and foster continuous improvement in academic programs recognizing the complexity and emerging opportunities in a comprehensive university environment; the ability to work effectively with a collaborative and consultative style that appreciates shared governance and collective bargaining; and a track record of and experience in supporting diversity, inclusivity and equity with diverse faculty, staff and student populations. Candidates should also have demonstrated the ability to plan and implement innovative instructional and research programs; proficiency in and be a proponent of data-based decision-making; skill in fiscal planning and resource management; excellent communication skills and a confident and comfortable public presence.

Salary/Benefits: Salary is commensurate with knowledge, skills, and experience. The University offers excellent fringe benefits.

General Information: This position is a "designated position" in the California State University's Conflict of Interest Code. The successful candidate accepting this position is required to file Conflict of Interest forms subject to the regulations of the Fair Political Practices Commission. The selected candidate is required to pass a thorough background investigation. Additionally, the person holding this position is considered a "mandated reporter" under the California Child Abuse and Neglect Reporting Act and is required to comply with the requirements as set forth in CSU Executive Order 1083 as a condition of employment.

Effective Date of Appointment: July 1, 2015

How to Apply: This search is being assisted by Academic Search, Inc. Working with CSUN on this search are Ann Die Hasselmo at and Chris Butler at Application materials should include a cover letter, curriculum vitae, and the full contact information for five professional references (none of whom will be contacted without permission). Applications, nominations, and expressions of interest can be submitted in confidence to:

Review of applications will begin April 2, 2015 and continue until the position is filled.

California State University, Northridge is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer. We consider qualified applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, age, gender, gender identity/expression, sexual orientation, genetic information, medical condition, marital status, veteran status, or disability. Applicants who wish to request an accommodation for a disability may contact the Office of Equity and Diversity at (818) 677-2077. 



 University of Nevada, Reno


Just 45 minutes away from Lake Tahoe and the Sierras, and a short drive away from California, Reno has a favorable quality of life and provides an array of cultural activities. With several major venues for concerts and sporting events as well as 15 world-class skiing and snowboarding resorts, hundreds of mountain biking and hiking trails, the Truckee River, and Lake Tahoe, plenty of activities are immediately accessible. Its proximity to California including Sacramento, Napa Valley, and San Francisco makes Reno a unique place to live and branch out to other unique destinations.

The University of Nevada, Reno Student Services Division is seeking an innovative and effective professional to create and manage internships and employer relations for the Career Studio program on campus. The Coordinator, Internship and Employer Relations position is responsible for developing, implementing and evaluating outcomes-based programs and activities to assist University of Nevada, Reno (UNR) students in identifying internship and career interests and opportunities within the context of the global economy. In addition, the position cultivates relationships with employers to generate internship and career opportunities for UNR students, as well as coordinates career fairs, employer panels, and alumni mentorship programs. The position requires the ability to work effectively with diverse populations on and off campus, as well within the Career Studio’s career and professional development team. The coordinator will assist in training and supervising a team of paraprofessional student Career Mentors that will engage students in identifying and developing choices that lead to successful careers.

Minimum qualifications are a Bachelor’s degree and two years of full-time related professional experience or Master’s degree and one year of full-time related professional experience. This is a Salary Range 2 position. For a more detailed job description, go to or view our University of Nevada job board at To apply, go to the job description and hit the application link at the upper right. Questions? Please contact Cindy Marczynski (775) 784-4648, or Mary T. Calhoon (775) 682-7114,



Northwestern University 

Northwestern University seeks nominations and applications for the opportunity to lead the institutional efforts to advance its work on diversity and inclusion. Reporting to the Provost as a member of the Provost’s Office, the Associate Provost for Diversity and Inclusion will serve as the senior administrator responsible for leading and coordinating efforts to create a diverse, inclusive and welcoming environment for all students, faculty, staff, alumni, and community partners.

Northwestern University is global in its scope, with 12 schools and colleges located on two campuses in Illinois (in Evanston and in Chicago) and one situated in Doha, Qatar. Ranked 12th among national universities by U.S. News, Northwestern has approximately 3,800 full-time faculty. The University’s total enrollment is just over 16,000, with undergraduates comprising just over half of that number.

This is an exciting and challenging opportunity for a dynamic leader to coordinate Northwestern’s school-based and campus-wide diversity initiatives through strategic planning; training, education and research; community relations; policy development; accountability; and communications. The College seeks candidates whose education, perspectives, and experience enable them to promote a culture of equity and inclusion at Northwestern, develop and implement policies in support of equal opportunity and full participation, support the University’s programs to diversify the faculty and staff, and provide leadership on campus and nationally.

A complete leadership profile can be found at:

Inquiries, nominations, and applications are invited. Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled. For full consideration, applicant materials should be received by April 25, 2015. Candidates should provide a curriculum vitae or resume, a letter of application that addresses the responsibilities and requirements described in the Leadership Profile, and the names and contact information of five references. These materials should be sent via e-mail to the Search Committee’s consultants Oliver B. Tomlin III, Jennifer G. Bauer, and Khalilah Lawson at The consultants can be reached by phone through the office of Angela Bettis at (301) 654-5070.

As per Northwestern University policy, this position requires a criminal background check.

Successful applicants will need to submit to a criminal background check prior to employment.

Northwestern University is an Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action Employer of all protected classes including veterans and individuals with disabilities.

Executive Director of Institutional Research and Assessment

Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis

(position number 13285)

Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis is a progressive urban institution enrolling more than 30,000 students in professional and liberal education. Located in the state capital, its mission highlights teaching, scholarship, and service that are characterized by collaboration, a commitment to diversity, and pursuit of best practice. The campus offers more than 185 academic programs - from associate degrees to doctoral and professional degrees including basic undergraduate programs in the arts and sciences, numerous programs in medicine and health, as well as other professional programs in law, philanthropy, informatics, business, engineering, fine arts, physical education, and public affairs. The IUPUI campus is adjacent to a vibrant downtown Indianapolis including several new museums and cultural and commercial developments.

The Executive Director of Institutional Research and Assessment, within Executive Management, will oversee the coordination, implementation, and evaluation of a comprehensive program of institutional research, assessment of learning outcomes and institutional effectiveness that encompasses data collection, analysis, interpretation, and reporting to internal and external stakeholders, including presentation to diverse audiences.


•Work with faculty and administrative leaders to coordinate IUPUI’s approaches to assessment of student learning and of institutional effectiveness. Lead groups working in a collaborative, strategy-driven environment. Work with campus offices to coordinate campus accreditation activities to ensure assessment efforts are consistent with guidelines of the Higher Learning Commission. Develop strategic initiatives and objectives as well as innovative plans for academic assessment.

•Initiate, supervise, and perform research and policy analyses relevant to institutional planning, policy and program development, program evaluation, and decision-making.

•Assist senior administrators in identifying and understanding emerging internal and external issues and changes that may provide opportunities or challenges to the institution.

•Support and integrate university planning at all levels with institutional research, policy analysis, and assessment of institutional effectiveness.

•Oversee and enhance a program of survey and institutional research that supports a wide range of student outcomes assessment initiatives as well as academic program review.

The successful candidate will possess the ability to advise the Chancellor, Executive Vice Chancellor, Vice Chancellors, Deans, and Department Chairs concerning higher education issues informed by data. This position will have primary responsibility for encouraging good practice in assessing learning outcomes and institutional effectiveness in all academic and administrative units. This will include assembling evidence of progress on the IUPUI Strategic Plan, particularly in the areas of staff, faculty, community engagement, financial, campus climate for diversity, and human resources information.

REQUIRED: Ph.D. or equivalent from an accredited institution, plus 5 or more years of successful experience in institutional research. Experience in data warehousing; program evaluation; managing personnel; entrepreneurial experience, including success in sponsored research and attracting external funding; and budgeting. Expertise in web-based dissemination of information to decision makers.

Excellent interpersonal skills and relationship building-across functions. Effective written and oral presentation skills as evidenced in a record of presentations and publications. Knowledge of higher education issues, ability to conduct and advanced statistical analyses, interpret findings, and prepare reports.

Knowledge of a statistical package such as SPSS, SAS, or Strata. MS Office suite of programs. Basic knowledge of Tableau, databases, SQL or Qualtrics, and survey research software.

To apply please go to . In order to be considered for this position, applicants must attach both a cover letter and resume when applying. If you have questions about the position please contact Gary Pike ( Nominations and applications will be accepted until the position is filled, expected by May 1, 2015.

Indiana University is an EEO/AA/Title VI/Title IX/Section 504/ADA/ADEA institution and does not discriminate on the basis of race, sex, color, religion, national origin, age, disability or veteran status in provision of educational programs and services or employment opportunities and benefits.



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