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Loyola Marymount University: Director, Academic Community of Excellence

Requisition Number: 0140066

Position Type: Staff

Division: Academic Affairs

Department: Intercultural Affairs

Organizational Unit:

HR Classification Title: Director, Academic Community of Excellence

Work Status: Full-time Regular

Part-Time Hours Per Week:

Days of Week: M-F

Shift Schedule:

Specific Work Schedule:

Summary of Essential Job Duties:
  • The Director of the Academic Community of Excellence (ACE) reports to the Vice President for the Office of Intercultural Affairs in the Division of Academic Affairs. The Director plans, implements and evaluate ACE. This position also provides leadership to the Office with respect to daily operations, research, and the promotion of diversity initiatives.
  • Provide leadership and exercise initiative and creativity in developing goals, outcomes, educational experiences, activities and services to achieve the overall objectives of the Academic Community of Excellence;
  • Develop and revise curriculum maps, student learning outcomes, syllabi, and lesson plans on graduate and professional school preparation;
  • Teach and evaluate two courses on graduate and professional school preparation;
  • Develop and implement an effective outreach and strategic recruitment plan and related materials for prospective ACE scholars;
  • Recruit, hire, train, and evaluate all personnel within the ACE Program;
  • Supervise professional staff and student employees;
  • Foster collaborative relationships and a shared vision with the faculty and administration of all appropriate units/colleges to ensure the involvement of broad range of constituents in the ACE Program;
  • Provide advising to assist scholars in the development of graduate and professional school plans;
  • Develop opportunities to engage scholars in research and other scholarly activities, including soliciting faculty to act as research sponsors, summer internships, and other educational activities designed to prepare them for graduate and professional school;
  • Collect data to evaluate the program and assess its effectiveness;
  • Coordinate the ACE Undergraduate Research Showcase, the Annual Scholars Recognition Banquet, and Orientation;
  • Collaborate on programmatic ideas and activities for the ACE Living Learning Community with the Office of Residence Life, the Faculty-in-Residence, and the Resident Assistant;
  • Monitor scholars' academic performances and take appropriate action if necessary;
  • Provide information to scholars regarding student support services, college policies and program procedures and guidelines;
  • Manage the ACE budget;
  • Monitor and maintain the ACE website;
  • Actively serve on the following academic committees:
    University-Wide Research Symposium Committee
    Presidential Citation Selection Committee
  • Conduct research using journals, statistical reports, websites, etc. Interpret and synthesize scholarly literature. Write scholarly articles, proposals, conference papers, reports, newsletters, presentations, and speeches;
  • Assist the Vice President for Intercultural Affairs in planning and implementing special events, handling confidential files, and maintaining regular communication with faculty, staff, students and members of the external community;
  • Represent the Vice President on university committees such as the Committee on the Status of Women and the LMU McNair Program Advisory Committee, Expanding Transfer Pathways and Success Committee (Teagle Foundation);
  • Assist with writing the Annual Report for the Office of the Vice President for Intercultural Affairs;
  • Assist with planning and implementing visits to the campus by other colleges and universities;
  • Assist with planning and implementing the Institute for Academic Leadership;
  • Perform other duties as assigned or requested;

Experience:

  • Minimum five years advanced level experience in higher education administration.
  • Demonstrated knowledge of assessment techniques, evaluation techniques, Qualitative and Quantitative methodology, and the American Psychological Association (APA) Style Manual.
  • Demonstrated experience with the complete MS Office suite, including Word, Excel, Access, and data analysis software.
  • Demonstrated knowledge in the areas of: Critical Theory in Education, diversity in higher education, organizational culture and climate, the culture of colleges and universities, administration, and management.
  • Exemplary communication skills (both written and oral) as evidenced by experience in analyzing, researching, writing and editing scholarly articles, reports, speeches, newsletters, grants and other types of documents.
  • Highly developed leadership skills.
  • Superior ability to interact with diplomacy and tact in communicating with all levels of faculty and staff in a diverse campus environment.
  • Experience in administering programs designed to ensure student retention and success
  • Experience working with first-generation, low-income and/or ethnic minority students
  • Evidence of leadership skills, including the ability to design, implement, and evaluate programs
  • Previous teaching experience at the college level
  • Supervisory experience
  • Experience in the management of budgets
  • Experience in the procurement and administration of external grants (i.e., federal grants)
  • Experience advising students about the graduate and professional school application process, including appropriate entrance exams.


Required Education:
  • Typically a Doctoral degree in higher education administration or related field of study.


License/Certification/Registration Requirements:

Physical Demands (if applicable):

Special Instructions:

Exemption Status: Exempt

Salary Grade Minimum: **

Salary Grade Midpoint: **

Posting Date:

Application Deadline Date:

Supplemental Documents
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  2. Resume/CV

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Loyola Marymount University




Santa Clara University: Chair, Department of Education, Associate or Full Professor, Tenure-Track

The School of Education and Counseling Psychology invites applications for Chair of the Department of Education beginning Fall 2014. We seek an innovative, visionary, and energetic leader focused on 21st Century teaching and learning.

Responsibilities:

• Leadership and management of the Department of Education

• Faculty Hiring, Mentoring, and Evaluation

• Budget Management

• Accreditation Oversight

• New Program Development

• Program Review

• An Active Research Program

Qualifications include:

• a doctoral degree in a field of education or associated discipline

• experience in PreK-12 education

• a teacher/scholar with a demonstrated record of scholarship and ability to mentor pre-tenure faculty

• university administrative experience and a record of successful leadership

• a demonstrated commitment to multiculturalism and social justice

• an understanding of, and experience with, professional accreditation processes

• experience partnering with school districts

• experience fostering inter-department collaborations

Applicants should email a current vita and a letter of application that addresses leadership philosophy, as well as administrative, teaching, and scholarship skills and experiences to Dean Nicholas Ladany at nladany@scu.edu, School of Education and Counseling Psychology, Santa Clara University, 500 El Camino Real, Santa Clara, CA 95053-0201. Inquiries and nominations are welcome. Application deadline is January 15, 2014.

Santa Clara University School of Education and Counseling Psychology

Santa Clara University is a Jesuit, Catholic university committed to social justice and to increasing diversity and furthering multicultural engagement among faculty, staff, and students. It seeks to prepare graduates who will be leaders in terms of their competence, conscience and compassion. Santa Clara is located in the Northern California Bay Area, in the heart of Silicon Valley. Santa Clara University offers a generous benefits program. Santa Clara University is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer, and welcomes applications from women, persons of color, and members of other historically under-represented United States ethnic groups.



Santa Clara University: Senior Director/Director/Associate Director of Gift Planning


The Senior Director/Director/Associate Director of Gift Planning plays a critical role in Santa Clara University’s efforts to secure resources for its strategic funding priorities and deepen its relationships with alumni, parents and friends of the University. In furtherance of the University’s integrated strategic plan, this position works independently and interdependently to design and implement strategies with the University’s current and prospective donors who will make legacy or planned gifts.
The Senior Director/Director/Associate Director of Gift Planning creates drives and executes donor cultivation and solicitation plans to leverage this historic time for Santa Clara and achieve the goals of an ambitious campaign plan. As the University ramps up its campaign and ongoing development priorities, planned gifts are expected and have the ability to contribute a minimum of 25% of these results.
The Senior Director/Director/Associate Director of Gift Planning reports to the Gift Planning Executive Director and will build and manage a portfolio that includes the identification, cultivation, solicitation, and stewardship of prospects targeted for gifts between $100,000 and $5,000,000. In addition to their individual contributions, this position is a valued member of the Gift Planning Team and will help to meet the vision and goals for the Gift Planning Program and must be agile to work with senior university administrators, major gift and reunion gift officers, and with the schools/colleges and centers of distinction to identify funding opportunities and develop prospect-to-donor strategies.


Essential Duties and Responsibilities
The level of the Senior Director/Director/Associate Director of Gift Planning will depend on the experience of the individual selected and specific goals will be assigned based on the agreed upon level. Successful candidates will have a proven record of and can articulate the importance of relationship building and securing planned gifts. S/he will contribute to the success of the university’s development goals; contribute to the university’s culture; add value to the gift planning program; increase the outreach and engagement with the university’s alumni and friends; and increase the planned gift pipeline with the ultimate impact of contributing greatly to the University’s mission and strategic goals.
A. Develop, lead and execute solicitations to secure planned gifts with a priority focus between $100,000 and $5,000,000. Planned gifts may include documented bequest expectancies, life income gifts, IRA’s, life insurance, real estate, business interests and other appreciated assets.
B. Contribute to the growth of the University’s planned gift expectancy pipeline; this growth will contribute a minimum of 25% of the comprehensive campaign goal.
C. Develop and manage a robust and dynamic portfolio that includes prospects in all phases of the donor solicitation cycle. Secure and conduct personal face-to-face visits monthly to qualify, engage, solicit and steward the University’s planned giving donors and prospects.
D. Work closely with all University constituencies to develop strategies, coordinate and execute initiatives for assigned planned giving prospects leading to successful solicitation of planned gifts.
E. Collaborate with annual class giving officers to solicit members of the senior reunion classes (45/50/55/60th reunions) for planned gifts and membership to the legacy society; and collaborate with and assist assigned major gift and principle gift officers with the preparation, explanation and/or solicitation of planned and blended gift solicitations.
F. Oversee a portfolio of 150 high net-worth prospects ensuring that each receive regular and strategic contact. Meet dollar and activity metric goals set for this position.
G. Lead the development of engagement and solicitation strategies for qualified planned giving prospects, oversee the implementation and personally drive the execution of said strategies. This includes collaborating with academic leaders, other development officers and directors of external relations and donor’s professional advisors to develop donor-centered proposals that may include gift strategies that involve various assets and priorities.
H. Produce well written, accurate and timely follow-up and related planned gift illustrations, correspondence such as comprehensive proposals, related budgets, contact reports, cover and thank you letters, e-mails, reports, and briefings in support of cultivating, soliciting and stewarding assigned prospects.
I. Track and record activities as they relate to assigned prospects using BBNC constituent management software and report regularly to the Gift Planning Executive Director. Proficiency and versed in working with gift illustration software and technology related to the position.
J. Adherence to the gift acceptance policies and procedures through various internal channels for gift acceptance is imperative. Participate as an active member of the Office of Development, sharing information and collaborating with colleagues in a respectful and professional manner; contributing to a healthy and positive work environment.
K. Perform other duties as assigned in support of Santa Clara University’s mission.
Senior Director for Gift Planning:
Performs all standard essential responsibilities and meets qualification as a Senior Director
A. Manage a minimum portfolio of 150 prospects with a target of 10 face-to-face visits per month.
B. Ability to move prospects through the discovery, cultivation and solicitation process with the end result to raise $2,000,000 – $5,000,000 and above annually in life income gifts, bequest expectancies, and other planned and major gifts.
C. Mentor and train assistant and associate director(s) and may be responsible for special fundraising and departmental projects.
D. A leadership member of the Gift Planning Team, candidates will have 7+ years of proven success in planned gift fundraising or related experience in fields such as major gift fundraising, estate and financial planning.
Director for Gift Planning
Performs all standard essential responsibilities and meets qualification as a Director
A. Manage a minimum portfolio of 150 prospects with a target of 10-15 face-to-face visits per month.
B. Ability to move prospects through the discovery, cultivation and solicitation process with the end result to raise $1,000,000 – $2,000,000 and above annually in life income gifts, bequest expectancies, and other planned and major gifts.
C. Collaborate with Annual Class Giving Officers and Alumni Relations to solicit members of the senior reunion classes (45/50/55/60th Reunions) for planned gifts and to join the Bergin Legacy Society.
E. May be responsible for special fundraising and departmental projects. Candidates will have 4-6 years of proven success in planned gift fundraising or related experience in fields such as major gift fundraising, estate and financial planning.
Associate Director for Gift Planning
Performs all standard essential responsibilities and meets qualification as an Associate Director.
A. Manage a minimum portfolio of 150 prospects primarily comprised of discovery visits.
B. A target of 15 face-to-face visits per month.
C. Ability to move prospects through the discovery, cultivation and solicitation process with the end result to raise $500,000 – $1,000,000 and above annually in bequest expectancies, and other planned and major gifts.
D. Collaborate with Annual Class Giving Officers and Alumni Relations to solicit members of the senior reunion classes (45/50/55/60th Reunions) for planned gifts and to join the Bergin Legacy Society.
E. Candidates will have 2+ years of successful fundraising or other related experience and is an important member of the Gift Planning Team.
Other Responsibilities
A. Maintain knowledge of University priorities in order to develop and match prospect’s philanthropic interests.
B. Maintain a working knowledge of charitable tax, financial and estate planning law.
C. Prepare, provide and discuss with prospects and their advisors gift illustrations through Crescendo software and other similar applications and written proposals.
D. Assist donors in the acceptance process for outright gifts and life income gifts of real and personal property, including due diligence procedures and IRS compliance for charitable gifts.
E. Assist in coordinating the annual events sponsored by the Office of Gift Planning and other University Relations events.
F. Assist with the robust planned giving marketing and communications efforts.
G. Participates in selected estate, financial or planned giving councils with the goal of developing effective relationships with member professionals, referrals, and to assume, when appropriate and agreed upon, a leadership position in the organization.
H. Enhance professional development and expertise by maintaining membership in selected national and regional Planned Giving Associations; maintains contacts and consults with fellow gift planners; subscribes to gift planning listservs; actively reads planned giving and related professional journals and reports.

Provides Work Direction
Along with the director, provides work direction for an administrative associate.


Essential Duties and Responsibilities
The level of the Senior Director/Director/Associate Director of Gift Planning will depend on the experience of the individual selected and specific goals will be assigned based on the agreed upon level. Successful candidates will have a proven record of and can articulate the importance of relationship building and securing planned gifts. S/he will contribute to the success of the university’s development goals; contribute to the university’s culture; add value to the gift planning program; increase the outreach and engagement with the university’s alumni and friends; and increase the planned gift pipeline with the ultimate impact of contributing greatly to the University’s mission and strategic goals.
A. Develop, lead and execute solicitations to secure planned gifts with a priority focus between $100,000 and $5,000,000. Planned gifts may include documented bequest expectancies, life income gifts, IRA’s, life insurance, real estate, business interests and other appreciated assets.
B. Contribute to the growth of the University’s planned gift expectancy pipeline; this growth will contribute a minimum of 25% of the comprehensive campaign goal.
C. Develop and manage a robust and dynamic portfolio that includes prospects in all phases of the donor solicitation cycle. Secure and conduct personal face-to-face visits monthly to qualify, engage, solicit and steward the University’s planned giving donors and prospects.
D. Work closely with all University constituencies to develop strategies, coordinate and execute initiatives for assigned planned giving prospects leading to successful solicitation of planned gifts.
E. Collaborate with annual class giving officers to solicit members of the senior reunion classes (45/50/55/60th reunions) for planned gifts and membership to the legacy society; and collaborate with and assist assigned major gift and principle gift officers with the preparation, explanation and/or solicitation of planned and blended gift solicitations.
F. Oversee a portfolio of 150 high net-worth prospects ensuring that each receive regular and strategic contact. Meet dollar and activity metric goals set for this position.
G. Lead the development of engagement and solicitation strategies for qualified planned giving prospects, oversee the implementation and personally drive the execution of said strategies. This includes collaborating with academic leaders, other development officers and directors of external relations and donor’s professional advisors to develop donor-centered proposals that may include gift strategies that involve various assets and priorities.
H. Produce well written, accurate and timely follow-up and related planned gift illustrations, correspondence such as comprehensive proposals, related budgets, contact reports, cover and thank you letters, e-mails, reports, and briefings in support of cultivating, soliciting and stewarding assigned prospects.
I. Track and record activities as they relate to assigned prospects using BBNC constituent management software and report regularly to the Gift Planning Executive Director. Proficiency and versed in working with gift illustration software and technology related to the position.
J. Adherence to the gift acceptance policies and procedures through various internal channels for gift acceptance is imperative. Participate as an active member of the Office of Development, sharing information and collaborating with colleagues in a respectful and professional manner; contributing to a healthy and positive work environment.
K. Perform other duties as assigned in support of Santa Clara University’s mission.
Senior Director for Gift Planning:
Performs all standard essential responsibilities and meets qualification as a Senior Director
A. Manage a minimum portfolio of 150 prospects with a target of 10 face-to-face visits per month.
B. Ability to move prospects through the discovery, cultivation and solicitation process with the end result to raise $2,000,000 – $5,000,000 and above annually in life income gifts, bequest expectancies, and other planned and major gifts.
C. Mentor and train assistant and associate director(s) and may be responsible for special fundraising and departmental projects.
D. A leadership member of the Gift Planning Team, candidates will have 7+ years of proven success in planned gift fundraising or related experience in fields such as major gift fundraising, estate and financial planning.
Director for Gift Planning
Performs all standard essential responsibilities and meets qualification as a Director
A. Manage a minimum portfolio of 150 prospects with a target of 10-15 face-to-face visits per month.
B. Ability to move prospects through the discovery, cultivation and solicitation process with the end result to raise $1,000,000 – $2,000,000 and above annually in life income gifts, bequest expectancies, and other planned and major gifts.
C. Collaborate with Annual Class Giving Officers and Alumni Relations to solicit members of the senior reunion classes (45/50/55/60th Reunions) for planned gifts and to join the Bergin Legacy Society.
E. May be responsible for special fundraising and departmental projects. Candidates will have 4-6 years of proven success in planned gift fundraising or related experience in fields such as major gift fundraising, estate and financial planning.
Associate Director for Gift Planning
Performs all standard essential responsibilities and meets qualification as an Associate Director.
A. Manage a minimum portfolio of 150 prospects primarily comprised of discovery visits.
B. A target of 15 face-to-face visits per month.
C. Ability to move prospects through the discovery, cultivation and solicitation process with the end result to raise $500,000 – $1,000,000 and above annually in bequest expectancies, and other planned and major gifts.
D. Collaborate with Annual Class Giving Officers and Alumni Relations to solicit members of the senior reunion classes (45/50/55/60th Reunions) for planned gifts and to join the Bergin Legacy Society.
E. Candidates will have 2+ years of successful fundraising or other related experience and is an important member of the Gift Planning Team.
Other Responsibilities
A. Maintain knowledge of University priorities in order to develop and match prospect’s philanthropic interests.
B. Maintain a working knowledge of charitable tax, financial and estate planning law.
C. Prepare, provide and discuss with prospects and their advisors gift illustrations through Crescendo software and other similar applications and written proposals.
D. Assist donors in the acceptance process for outright gifts and life income gifts of real and personal property, including due diligence procedures and IRS compliance for charitable gifts.
E. Assist in coordinating the annual events sponsored by the Office of Gift Planning and other University Relations events.
F. Assist with the robust planned giving marketing and communications efforts.
G. Participates in selected estate, financial or planned giving councils with the goal of developing effective relationships with member professionals, referrals, and to assume, when appropriate and agreed upon, a leadership position in the organization.
H. Enhance professional development and expertise by maintaining membership in selected national and regional Planned Giving Associations; maintains contacts and consults with fellow gift planners; subscribes to gift planning listservs; actively reads planned giving and related professional journals and reports.

Provides Work Direction
Along with the director, provides work direction for an administrative associate.

Development Individual Giving



Santa Clara University: Director of Student Services


Reporting to the Assistant Dean of Marketing and Enrollment Management, the Director of Student Services has overall responsibility for safeguarding the integrity of the School’s academic records and overseeing student service processes. The Director monitors, collects, and maintains student data from matriculation to graduation. In addition, the Director will work in collaboration with the Director of Admissions and Financial Aid to oversee the delivery of financial aid services and counseling to prospective students and current students. The Director will serve as a liaison between campus support resources and our student body to ensure resources are provided, as needed. Finally, the Director will assist in outreach to our alumni as appropriate. There will be a co-supervisory responsibility for the Assistant Director of Admissions and Student Services, Graduate Admissions and Student Services Coordinator as well as student employees.


Essential Duties and Responsibilities
1. Manage Student Services and Records
• Develop and ensure accuracy of program-specific time tables and degree check sheets.
• Develop and implement scheduling process with input from departments. This includes initial scheduling and monitoring ongoing enrollment activity.
• Ensure integrity of registration process during the initial registration period.
• Work with students on registration where needed, such as non-degree students, adding/removing student holds, etc..
• Document, implement, and evaluate effective and efficient procedures.
• Interfaces with University departments including the Office of the Registrar and Bursar’s office to ensure smooth operations.
• Assign classrooms for courses as aligned with course schedules
• Carefully comb-through and scrub student files to ensure they are accurate, properly filed, and all inactive students are removed. Work with the Dean’s Office and the Registrar’s office to help ensure student coding is accurate and reflects their program area and degree.
• Monitor and assure accuracy and integrity of records databases, registration, and advising documents.
• Conduct and monitor appropriate reports on student enrollment, retention and graduation rates.
• Produce final graduation memo for Office of Registrar after confirming successful completion of requirements.
• Efficiently and accurately manage and execute the academic standing review of students, withdrawals, student petitions, and the degree audit process.
• Conduct or facilitate research on graduate programs, students and enrollment management issues and administrative initiatives as needed.
• Recommend changes to School and University policies as appropriate.
• Train colleagues on School-specific reporting practices.
2. Financial Aid and Scholarship Coordination
• Ensure financial aid and loan repayment literacy by prospective and current student populations.
• Identify and solicit grant opportunities for graduate student scholarships. Particular priority should be paid to scholarships that: support historically underserved and underrepresented populations, offer tuition remission, loan forgiveness and repayment programs for graduate programs and career fields related to teacher education, educational leadership, and counseling psychology.
• Coordinate the marketing of scholarship opportunities, deadlines and other critical information. Maintain up to date information on the School web page.
• Monitor students who have dropped classes to make adjustments to scholarships and fellowships.
• Work with Financial Aid and Bursars office to insure timely communication.
3. Coordinate Student Communication & Services
• Develop, implement, and evaluate quarterly new student orientation.
• Coordinate with departments and Dean’s Office to present relevant information to incoming students. Manage budget for orientation.
• Develops, plans, implements, and attends social, networking, and career-relevant events for students. Incorporates School alumni and relevant University offices.
• Acts as liaison to student advisory boards and alumni.
• Help connect students to student services on campus, including student life, campus ministry, the career center, housing, alumni services, and other University student activity centers to ensure that students are informed and connected to the variety of services across campus.
4. Other duties as assigned.
GENERAL GUIDELINES
1. Recommends initiatives and implements changes to improve quality and services.
2. Identifies and determines cause of problems; develops and presents recommendations for improvement of established processes and practices.
3. Maintains contact with customers and solicits feedback for improved services.
4. Maximizes productivity through use of appropriate tools; planned training and performance initiatives.
5. Researches and develops resources that create timely and efficient workflow.
6. Prepares progress reports; informs supervisor of project status; and deviation from goals.
7. Ensures completeness, accuracy and timeliness of all operational functions.
8. Prepares and submits reports as requested and required.
9. Develops and implements guidelines to support the functions of the unit.

Provides Work Direction
Shared work direction to the Assistant Director of Admissions and Student Services, Graduate Admissions and Student Services Coordinator and several student employees.

/br>Qualifications
To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The items below are representative of the knowledge, skills, abilities, education, and experience required or preferred.
This position requires the ability to effectively establish and maintain cooperative working relationships within a diverse multicultural environment.

Knowledge
• Strong expertise in graduate school student services and records operations.
• Knowledge of graduate programs in education and counseling psychology is a plus.
• Candidates must possess high level of understanding of financial aid practices as well as federal and state regulations.
• Understanding and support of the Jesuit tradition of education and a commitment to the fundamental values of service to others, community and diversity.

Sch of Educ, Counsel, Psych



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