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University of San Francisco: University of San Francisco: Assistant Dean of Executive Education

The Assistant Dean of Executive Education leads all aspects of the corporate, custom and open enrollment degree and non-degree programs in the University of San Francisco, School of Management. Reporting to the Dean, the Assistant Dean is responsible for the management oversight and leadership of the entire division including the Executive Masters of Business Administration (EMBA program), existing executive education programs, executive immersion programs, developing new programs and partnerships (both domestically and internationally) as well as increasing revenue, competitive advantage, efficiency, expansion, and overall quality and differentiation of the School of Management Executive Education portfolio. We plan to increase revenue for this program by more than $2MM over the next few years. In addition, the Assistant Dean will work as a partner with faculty, ensuring that the delivery of programs in which they teach is aligned with the quality standards of the School of Management. The work of the Assistant Dean and his or her staff are marked by a drive for excellence, desire for continuous improvement and willingness to be accountable for outcomes. This position is full-time.

The Assistant Dean leads the creation and execution of innovative programs which bring USF’s expertise to corporations, universities and other organizations domestically and internationally. The Assistant Dean directs business development efforts for Executive Education programs, creates partnerships with other organizations, and develops deep, long-lasting relationships with external groups. Through relationships with executives and members of the domestic and international business community, the Assistant Dean guides efforts to bring corporate and international experts to the School and to create opportunities for learning through classes, lectures, and mentoring.

  • Ensures that the University’s mission is implemented through the School’s corporate, open enrollment and custom programs;
  • Oversee the daily running of all aspects of Executive Education
  • Ensures that the School’s strategic plan is carried out through the EMBA program, corporate, open enrollment and custom programs;
  • In cooperation with faculty and staff members, designs and delivers innovative degree and non-degree programs for EMBA, corporate and executive clienteles;
  • Under the general direction of the Dean, manages corporate and international degree and non-degree programs, including the EMBA program and study tours, through professional and support staff members;
  • Responsible for meeting and exceeding revenue and profitability goals for all executive education programs. 
  • Leads continuous improvement efforts and is accountable for measurable outcomes in executive education programs;
  • Creates and maintains strong corporate relationships with the faculty and staff; 
  • Through the staff provides corporate contact and relationships for Graduate Career Services, USFCareer Center faculty;
  • Ensures communication and cooperation with all School and University faculty and staff;
  • Represents the School of University committees directly or through the staff and with external constituencies;
  • Supervise a staff of 8 FTE’s including 5 exempt staff members and up to 3 OPE staff.
  • Additional areas of responsibility may be assigned by the Dean.

10 years or more of experience or equivalent combination of education and experience. Master’s Degree or more is required; PhD or EdD in education or MBA preferred. The ideal candidate will be a ROI-driven problem solver who thinks strategically and creatively across operational channels and platforms. Demonstrated ability to lead complex business development engagements; in particular, to sell programs. Broad understanding of sales, consulting, and/or practical experience in designing and/or teaching courses for middle and/or senior level executives, as well as operations and shared services. A proven ability to foresee, analyze and understand international and domestic business trends and the concerns of executives. Be innovative in approaches to educational and management problems, including electronic media. Experienced and skilled, highly effective communicator who is able to sell ideas to senior executives and University Administrators. Ideal candidate will possess demonstrated ability to motivate large, professional staff. Successful record of program development and the ability to adapt an organization to meet strategic goals and establish and cultivate deep client and faculty relationships. Ability to travel domestically and internationally. Commitment to efficiency, effectiveness, and commitment to excellence; Dedication to evidence-based decision-making and evaluation; Commitment to USF’s Mission, Vision and Values.

To be considered for this position please visit our web site and apply on line at the following link: www.usfjobs.com.

EEO Policy: The University of San Francisco is an equal opportunity institution of higher education. As a matter of policy, the University does not discriminate in employment, educational services and academic programs on the basis of an individual’s race, color, religion, religious creed, ancestry, national origin, age (except minors), sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, marital status, medical condition (cancer-related and genetic-related) and disability, and the other bases prohibited by law. The University reasonably accommodates qualified individuals with disabilities under the law.

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Saint Louis University: DEAN OF THE JOHN COOK SCHOOL OF BUSINESS

Saint Louis University

DEAN OF THE JOHN COOK SCHOOL OF BUSINESS


Saint Louis University invites nominations, applications, and expressions of interest for the position of Dean of the John Cook School of Business. The Dean, who reports directly to the Vice President for Academic Affairs and is assisted by a staff of seven, is responsible for all aspects of academic life within the School, including teaching, research, personnel matters and budgets. The successful candidate will possess outstanding leadership skills and the ability to serve as an articulate and zealous representative of, and advocate for, the School’s programs, locally, within the Greater St. Louis region, nationally and internationally. The Dean will lead fundraising efforts for the School and will enhance partnerships with businesses throughout St. Louis and beyond.


Saint Louis University (SLU) is a Catholic, Jesuit institution that values academic excellence, life-changing research, compassionate health care, and a strong commitment to faith and service to others. It is anticipated that the new dean will begin duties as early as the summer of 2014 but no later than January, 2015.


The John Cook School of Business, the oldest business school west of the Mississippi River, is comprised of 66 full-time faculty and more than 1800 students in seven departments: Accounting, Economics, Finance, International Business, Management, Marketing, and Operations & Information Technology Management. The School’s programs, at both the undergraduate and graduate levels, are AACSB-accredited. In addition to master’s degrees at the graduate level, the School offers a Ph.D. program in International Business and Marketing. These programs are enhanced by five Centers of Distinction: the Boeing Institute of International Business, the Center for Entrepreneurship, the Center for Supply Chain Management, the Emerson Ethics Center, and the Simon Center for Regional Economic Forecasting. The centers bridge academic experience with the real world and expand students’ horizons beyond the classroom.


QUALIFICATIONS

The successful candidate will have an advanced degree, significant experience in management of complex organizations and an established record in teaching, research and service or equivalent experience sufficient to merit tenure at a senior faculty rank in one of the School’s departments. Applications and expressions of interest are encouraged from individuals in any discipline represented in the School as well as from individuals with successful executive-level experience in complex organizations.



NOMINATIONS AND APPLICATIONS

Interested applicants should submit a letter of interest, curriculum vitae, and the names, email addresses, and phone numbers of five references in Word or PDF format via email to: slubusinessdean@agbsearch.com. To ensure full consideration by the search committee, applicants must email materials by April 30, 2014. Assisting with this search is Arnold Speert, senior consultant, AGB Search, aspeert@agbsearch.com, (973) 417-1948 and Jamie Ferrare, managing principal, AGB Search, jpf@agbsearch.com (202) 776-0854.


To learn more about Saint Louis University and the John Cook School of Business, prospective candidates and nominators are encouraged to visit the University’s website at www.slu.edu or the AGB Search website at www.agbsearch.com.


Saint Louis University is an inclusive community that welcomes all people, regardless of race, ethnicity, sex, age, disability, veteran status, national origin, faith, sexual orientation, gender, class or ideology.




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Saint Louis University: DEAN OF THE COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES

Saint Louis University, an international, Catholic, Jesuit university, invites nominations, applications, and  expressions of interest for the position of  Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences. The successful candidate will have the opportunity to join the University at a time of increased forward momentum, created by the recent appointment of President Fred Pestello and the anticipation of  the 200th anniversary of the University in 2018.  The new dean will have the opportunity to lead a creative and dedicated faculty and staff, eager to enhance the University’s status as one of the finest Catholic universities in the United States.   


Founded in 1818, Saint Louis University is the oldest university west of the Mississippi and the second oldest Jesuit institution in the United States.  It has had a long history of faithfulness to the Jesuit mission of educating the whole person for a life of service to God and humanity.  Part of that service consists of the rigorous pursuit of truth and transformative research.  As a result, the University has a long history of developing innovative graduate and professional programs and schools, all grounded in the Jesuit mission.  


The University consists of 14 college and schools and four other degree-granting academic centers.  In addition to the main campus in Midtown St. Louis, it has a campus in Madrid, Spain--the first of its kind for an American university.  It currently enrolls  8687 undergraduates and 4818 graduate students and offers 100 undergraduate programs and 75 graduate programs.  Last year, it received $53 million in research funding.


The College of Arts and Sciences is the oldest and largest college of the University.  It consists of 18 academic departments, 14 interdisciplinary programs, and five academic centers. It enrolls 2298 undergraduates and 669 graduate students.  It educates its students broadly in the humanities, the natural sciences, and the social sciences.  It also provides instruction in the foundational arts and sciences disciplines to students in the other colleges and schools of the university.  It offers 40 undergraduate major programs, 23 masters-level programs, and 15 Ph.D. programs.    


In addition to providing collegial leadership, effective advocacy, and transparent and efficient administration, the new dean will be expected: to play an important role in the development and implementation of the strategic plan; to be a faithful and creative manager of the resources of the College and an active participant in the efforts to generate new revenues; and to be a clear and compelling spokesperson for the values, programs, and plans of the College, including developing an effective marketing effort for the College.     
The ideal candidate: will be an accomplished teacher and scholar with significant administrative and leadership experience; will possess a sympathetic understanding of the Catholic, Jesuit tradition in higher education; and will have experience with planning and resource management and generation.  


For more information about this opportunity and instructions to apply, please visit www.agbsearch.com/searches/dean-college-arts-and-sciences-saint-louis-university. For full consideration, applications should be received by October 13, 2014. Please direct all nominations and inquiries to: Robert Holyer, Ph.D., Senior Consultant, AGB Search, rkh@agbsearch.com, 804-359-9370, 804-402-6736 (c).


Saint Louis University is an inclusive community that welcomes all people, regardless of race, ethnicity, sex, gender, disability, veteran status, national origin, faith, sexual orientation, class or ideology.

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University of San Francisco: Assistant Director of Student Conduct, Rights & Responsibilities and Community Relations


Assistant Director of Student Conduct, Rights & Responsibilities and Community Relations

University of San Francisco


Department:
Student Life

Job Type:
Full-Time

Job Summary:
The Assistant Director of Student Conduct Rights & Responsibilities and Community Relations is a staff member within the Division of Student Life. The Assistant Director is supervised directly by the Director of Student Conduct, Rights & Responsibilities. The Assistant Director is primarily responsible for assisting the Director with the nonacademic student conduct procedures for on-campus and off-campus students to create and support out-of-classroom learning environments and the full education and development of students into informed, adult citizens. The Assistant Director may facilitate 200-500 conducts meeting annually(majority being off campus conduct issues), will assist in analyzing and reviewing policies and protocols, serve as a Title IX Investigator and create and promote community relations education.
As a member of the larger staff in Student Life, the Assistant Director of Student Conduct, Rights & Responsibilities and Community Relations collaborates and cooperates to create leadership and intercultural competence opportunities to support student learning and development in the Jesuit Catholic tradition. The mission of Student Life is to fully support holistic student development within a social justice framework centered in preparing students to be caring, socially responsible citizens in our global and local community.

Job Responsibilities:
University Conduct System

1. Investigate and resolve student-related complaints referred to the Office of Student Conduct Rights & Responsibilities, conduct and document investigations, advise students of their rights and responsibilities.

2. Serve as the main Conduct Officer for off campus conduct violations, graduate student conduct violations, coordinate all details associated with formal conduct hearings, and follow up on sanctions and mandates.

3. Assist the Director of Student Conduct with coordinating, training, evaluating, and advising conduct officers to implement the University’s student conduct process consistently.

4. Participate in departmental training, retreats, and inservice workshops.

5. Assess the effectiveness of educational efforts in the student conduct process.

6. Assist the conduct officers by identifying students with special counseling or skill development needs and coordinate referrals to appropriate resources and agencies.

7. Share on-call responsibility for a campus of over 8000 students with Student Housing and Residential Education Central Staff
Community Relations Responsibilities

1. Participate in the orientation of new students concerning housing and community issues in the residence halls and off campus housing

2. Facilitate positive and productive public relations with the neighborhood communities, surrounding campus and off campus student housing

3. Design and implement educational programs for students that assist in their adoption of civic responsibilities and positive neighborhood relations

4. Provide leadership for the production and publication of all outreach and education materials for off-campus residents

5. Develop and advise an off campus student group

6. Assist the Associate Vice Provost with the Emergency Medical Response Student Group
Title IX

1. Serve as a university Title IX Investigator
Policy & Procedure Development

1. Assist in the development, review and interpretation of University policies and procedures, especially pertaining to student freedoms and responsibilities, nonacademic student conduct, student privacy and parental notification.

2. Provide advice, consultation, and support in the development of University-wide policies and procedures, and responses to issues and trends affecting campus.

3. Provide staff support and assistance related to interpretation and implementation of University-wide policies.

4. Assist with providing leadership and consultation in responding to student needs and campus issues related to student life.
Training/Development & Outreach

1. Support the Director of Student Conduct and the Associate Vice Provost in all aspects of special projects, case management, training programs, and outreach efforts to students, faculty and staff.

2. Represent the department and Division at University functions that require training or orientation to departmental or student conduct matters (e.g., FERPA workshops at Family Orientation, Student Housing and Residential Education policy workshops at Prospective Student Open Houses).

3. Assist the Director of Student Conduct with the coordination of annual Clery Statistics report with Public Safety.

5. Assist the Director of Student Conduct with maintaining conduct records, and understand procedures for disclosure and access.

6. Develop, implement, and evaluate sanctioning options (including group sanctions, sanction classes, and online technology).

7. Work with the Director of Student Conduct to develop and facilitate conduct training for the Student Housing and Residential Education Staff (RDs, ARDs, and RAs) and all other conduct officers.

8. Serve on selected department and university committees.
Additional Responsibilities

Assumes other duties as assigned.

Minimum Qualifications:
A master’s degree in higher education administration or a related field is required. Understanding of applied student development theories, counseling and intervention models, and student privacy/records laws are essential. Three to five years of professional experience in residence life or student conduct is required (at a private institution, preferred) including the design, coordination, and evaluation of educationally purposeful student conduct programs, student development activities and leadership programs. The candidate must possess strong written and oral communication skills and have a commitment to, and understanding of, a diverse, urban institution. A demonstrated interest in, and a commitment to, the mission of a Jesuit institution. Knowledge and skill with current technology is also preferred. Willing to participate in evening and weekend activities and programs.

To be considered for this position please visit our web site and apply on line at the following link: www.usfjobs.com

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The University of San Francisco is an equal opportunity institution of higher education. As a matter of policy, the University does not discriminate in employment, educational services and academic programs on the basis of an individual’s race, color, religion, religious creed, ancestry, national origin, age (except minors), sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, marital status, medical condition (cancer-related and genetic-related) and disability, and the other bases prohibited by law. The University reasonably accommodates qualified individuals with disabilities under the law.


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Santa Clara University: Dean, College of Arts and Sciences

Santa Clara University (SCU), a comprehensive Jesuit, Catholic university located in California's Silicon Valley, is entering an ambitious period of growth and expansion and has developed a bold new vision and integrated strategic plan, Santa Clara 2020.  The University is launching new interdisciplinary initiatives, promoting technology-enhanced teaching methods and building facilities that respond to the changing landscape of higher education, our increasingly technological society, and an innovative approach to liberal arts education. 

The search committee invites inquiries, nominations, and expressions of interest for the position of Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences.  Santa Clara seeks a visionary and creative academic leader with a distinguished reputation as a teaching scholar and a commitment to advancing the University’s mission that is dedicated to academic excellence, social justice, and educating the whole person. 

Founded in 1851 by the Society of Jesus as Santa Clara College, SCU is California's oldest operating institution of higher learning.  The University offers its more than 8,000 students rigorous undergraduate curricula in arts and sciences, business, and engineering, plus master's, Ph.D., and law degrees.  Distinguished nationally by the fourth-highest graduation rate among all U.S. master's universities, SCU demonstrates faith-inspired values of ethics and social justice. 

The College of Arts and Sciences, in which 3,140 undergraduate students are pursuing majors, has nearly 350 faculty members, and approximately 130 full- and part-time staff.  It is the largest academic unit and represents the academic core of the University.  The College’s 24 departments and academic programs offer more than 35 undergraduate degree programs.  All undergraduates at the University are provided a common educational experience through the Core Curriculum, whose courses are predominantly offered in the College of Arts and Sciences.  More information about Santa Clara University and the College of Arts and Sciences can be found on its website at http://www.scu.edu/cas/. 

The Dean is the chief academic and administrative officer of the College and reports to the Provost.  The next Dean will provide overall academic, administrative, and financial leadership for the College.  The Dean is responsible for strategic planning and vision, educational programmatic leadership, faculty recruitment and development, promoting shared and responsible governance, external relations and fundraising, resource and budget allocation, staff and facilities management, and integration with other campus units, among other duties.  The next Dean will also have a unique opportunity to work with faculty and stakeholders to develop a new strategic plan for the College. 

The ideal candidate will be an innovative, goal-oriented, and collaborative leader and have extensive administrative experience as a dean, associate dean, department chair, or a comparable administrative position with academic, managerial, and fiscal responsibility.  She or he will have an earned doctorate (or terminal degree) in a relevant discipline of the College, a distinguished record of scholarship and teaching, and be eligible for appointment at the rank of full professor.  The successful candidate will have a record of leading change, enthusiasm to engage in fundraising, and broad interest in the liberal arts.  The next Dean will embrace the core commitments of the University's mission and identity as a Jesuit, Catholic university, will actively promote academic, scholarly, and creative (artistic) excellence, will have excellent interpersonal and communication skills, and will enhance diversity and inclusion.  A full position description (Leadership Profile) can be requested via the dedicated email address below. 

Interested individuals should provide a letter of interest describing professional background and qualifications for the position as well as a current CV.  This search will be conducted with respect for candidate confidentiality, which will be maintained until finalists are invited to campus towards the end of the process.  The search will remain open until an appointment is made but to ensure the fullest consideration, materials should be sent electronically as soon as possible or by November 15, 2014, to Witt/Kieffer, SCUASDean@wittkieffer.com and the consultants to the search committee: Brian Bloomfield and Jean Dowdall, Ph.D.

Santa Clara University is an equal opportunity employer. 



Santa Clara University: Dean, College of Arts and Sciences



Dean, College of Arts and Sciences

Santa Clara University



Dean, College of Arts and Sciences

The Opportunity:

Santa Clara University (SCU), a comprehensive Jesuit, Catholic university located in California's Silicon Valley, is entering an ambitious period of growth and expansion across multiple fronts and has developed a bold new vision and integrated strategic plan, Santa Clara 2020. The University is launching new interdisciplinary initiatives, promoting technology-enhanced teaching methods and building facilities that respond to the changing landscape of higher education, our increasingly technological society, and an innovative approach to liberal arts education.

The search committee invites inquiries, nominations, and expressions of interest for the position of Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences. Santa Clara seeks a visionary and creative academic leader with a distinguished reputation as a teaching scholar and a commitment to advancing the University’s mission that is dedicated to academic excellence, social justice, and educating the whole person.

Santa Clara’s next Dean of Arts and Sciences will succeed Dr. W. Atom Yee, professor of chemistry and biochemistry, who has served two five-year terms as dean and who is returning to the faculty to continue his scholarship and teaching. For the 2014-2015 academic year, Professor of Political Science and former Associate Dean, Terri Peretti, has been appointed Acting Dean.

The College of Arts and Sciences, in which 3,140 undergraduate students are pursuing majors, has nearly 350 faculty members, and approximately 130 full- and part-time staff. It is the largest academic unit and represents the academic core of the University. The College’s 24 departments and academic programs offer more than 35 undergraduate degree programs. All undergraduates at the University are provided a common educational experience through the Core Curriculum, whose courses are predominantly offered in the College of Arts and Sciences. More information about Santa Clara University and the College of Arts and Sciences can be found on its website at http://www.scu.edu/cas/.

The ideal candidate will be a visionary, goal-oriented, and collaborative leader and have extensive administrative experience as a dean, associate dean, department chair, or a comparable academic administrative position with managerial and fiscal responsibility, a record of leading change, and eagerness to engage in fundraising and in building relationships with the community.

The executive search firm Witt/Kieffer is assisting Santa Clara University in this recruitment. Inquiries, nominations, and expressions of interest are invited and should be directed to Witt/Kieffer consultants assisting the search committee as indicated in the section below entitled Procedures for Candidacy.

The Role of the Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences

The Dean is the chief academic and administrative officer of the College and reports to the University Provost, Dr. Dennis Jacobs. The Dean is part of the Provost’s Council of Deans and a member of the University’s Planning Action Council. The Dean’s responsibilities include:

• Leadership: Providing overall academic, administrative, and financial leadership and strategic vision for the College while strengthening programs and infrastructure of all disciplines in Arts and Sciences
• Management and administration: Overseeing the ongoing operations of the College enterprise, including curriculum development and delivery; teaching and learning; assessment and accreditation; faculty recruitment, retention, development, and promotion; student recruitment and advising; budgeting, facility and equipment planning and allocation; fundraising and communication, and the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute
• Faculty development and involvement: Professional development and support of the faculty, and leadership development among department chairs and other personnel; promoting faculty participation in integrated educational initiatives, such as the Center for Arts and Humanities, SCU Presents, Osher Lifelong Learning Institute, as well as University initiatives like residential learning communities and cross-disciplinary Centers of Distinction
• Enhancing quality: Supporting and enriching high quality educational programs, teaching, and service activities of the faculty; providing an environment that fosters faculty commitment to teaching, scholarship or creative activity, and service
• Shared governance: Actively engaging in and promoting shared governance and shared responsibility with faculty, staff, and University leaders
• Diversity and inclusion: Promoting a culture of acceptance, tolerance, and inclusion while also building a more diverse community in all of its forms
• Fundraising and external engagement: Assembling the resources essential to support the academic mission of the College while working closely with the Director of External Relations, the Leadership Board, and community leaders
• University leadership: Serving as a collaborative and transparent member of the University’s senior leadership team while effectively representing the College and integrating it within the University and beyond
• Mission and service: Articulating a vision for the College that will build upon the Jesuit tradition of education as a service to society and that will promote the reputation and values of the College of Arts and Sciences and Santa Clara University.

Direct Reports to the Dean

The Dean oversees the chairs and directors of 24 academic departments and programs offering 36 majors, as well as the directors of eight interdisciplinary minor programs. The Dean also manages three Associate Deans whose responsibilities generally include the management of the 24 academic departments and programs as well as other initiatives, such as academic integrity, student complaints, program review and assessment. The Dean supervises a Senior Assistant Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences Dean, an Assistant Dean and a Director of External Relations who is responsible for special projects, fundraising, communications, alumni relations, and donor stewardship.

The College budget for fiscal year 2013-2014 was approximately $45.7 million, for which nearly $10 million were dedicated to benefits. Faculty salaries, excluding benefits, are budgeted at $28.5 million, while staff salaries are approximately $3 million.

Opportunities and Expectations for Leadership

In collaboration with faculty and other campus leaders, the next Dean will have an exciting opportunity to help shape the future of the College and also integrate the College across other academic disciplines and professions, including engineering, business, and law. The Dean will want to focus attention on the following areas:

Shape the Future of the College

The Dean will provide strategic vision for the future of the liberal arts within a Jesuit institution and make the case for its mission and value on campus, in the Silicon Valley region, and beyond. There are new initiatives and programs that are underway, such as the new Art and Art History Building and a proposed STEM Complex (see below), and the Dean will play a role in re-imagining the liberal arts, such as through the development of the digital humanities and visualization capabilities of the arts and humanities. The next Dean will contribute to advancing experiential, community-based, and technology-enhanced teaching and learning.

Faculty Recruitment, Retention, and Development of Teaching Scholars

The Dean will be responsible for continuing to recruit and retain high quality teaching scholars as well as diversifying the faculty across the arts and sciences. In developing the faculty in all disciplines, the Dean will work with the administration and the faculty to explore ways to find balance among the pedagogical, scholarly and service roles of the faculty. In particular, the Dean will need to find creative ways of mentoring and supporting the scholarship or creative activity of Assistant and Associate Professors in preparation for promotion to Full Professor. The Dean will also need to find the appropriate balance between tenure stream, continuing non-tenure track, and adjunct faculty.

Maintain a Highly Functioning Administrative Team

A strong administrative team is essential to support the work of the Dean and the work of the faculty. A significant share of the Dean’s responsibilities will be external, working with the Leadership Board, donors, alumni, and community leaders. As such, the Dean will need to ensure that the College’s administrative structure will support faculty teaching, research, and creative activity, while also allowing her or him to attend to the important task of securing philanthropic support to realize the goals of the College. The Dean will develop the leadership potential and administrative skills of the personnel of the Dean’s Office as well as department chairs and program directors.

Build Philanthropic Support and External Relations

The Dean will work with the Director of External Relations, the College’s Leadership Board, faculty, alumni, and the community to raise resources and to further the strategic goals of the College. The Dean must be imaginative, passionate, and entrepreneurial in engaging the communities of Santa Clara, Silicon Valley, and beyond to understand the value of a liberal arts education and the unique mission of the University. The Dean must ensure that donors are aware of faculty and student accomplishments as well as College priorities as a context for fundraising. The ability to work effectively and collaboratively with boards and community leaders will be essential to success in this role.

Build Shared Governance, Community, and Collaboration

The Dean will work with the faculty to build shared governance and shared responsibility structures that empower faculty participation and creativity in the University’s overall leadership. The Dean will help promote a culture of engagement, cooperation, and esprit de corps. He or she will build relationships, communication, and trust.

Set Priorities and Manage Resources

The Dean will work with the faculty and staff to identify priorities and to develop and allocate resources to support the mission and success of the College. The Dean must be astute in understanding the University’s financial management structures to assure that the College is well positioned to garner the resources it needs. The Dean will be a strategic thinker, able to continue nourishing longstanding elements of the programs and activities of Arts and Sciences, while shifting or allocating resources to nurture emerging projects and programs that hold great promise for the future. Priorities should be developed from broad consultation among the faculty and staff and shepherded with transparency and evenhandedness. The new Dean will need to address the competitiveness of faculty salaries, the cost of housing, and methods to secure start-up support to enable successful recruitment and retention.

Collaborative Relationships with University Leadership and Strategic Planning

The Dean must work closely and effectively with the other Deans and the central administration to fulfill the strategic goals of the University. The Dean will provide leadership in strategic planning, direction setting and policy development for the College within the context of the University’s strategic plan, Santa Clara 2020 (www.scu.edu/santaclara2020/), and Santa Clara’s Jesuit and Catholic character and mission. The next Dean will have a unique opportunity to work with faculty and stakeholders to develop a new strategic plan for the College that more fully articulates the College’s goals in a manner that complements the University plan.

Professional Qualifications and Personal Qualities

Imagining the future of the College Arts and Sciences requires a leader with many academic credentials, leadership abilities and interpersonal skills. The ideal candidate will possess the following professional qualifications and personal qualities:

• Academic accomplishments: Distinguished scholarly reputation and strong record of academic and teaching accomplishment commensurate with appointment to the deanship, including an earned doctorate (or terminal degree) in a discipline appropriate to the College and holding a tenured professorship in one or more of the departments of within the College of Arts and Sciences or the University
• Quality: Commitment to academic excellence in teaching, scholarship and creative activity
• Administrative talent: Successful experience administering a complex academic unit, including demonstrated ability to articulate a shared academic vision and engage others in its implementation; and the ability to represent and advance the interests of the College and those of the entire University
• Leadership: A mature and responsible leadership style that advances strategic goals while balancing entrepreneurial support for new projects with accountability for resources and results, and that is direct yet diplomatic and respectful
• Management skill: Significant supervisory experience of personnel, including recruitment and retainment of talent, the ability to make difficult decisions with good judgment, and to work effectively and collaboratively in a complex academic setting
• Budgetary experience: ability to work skillfully with the finances of a large and complex academic unit and institution
• Fundraising: Demonstrated ability and readiness to achieve fundraising goals, including the ability to work effectively with alumni, donors, and others to represent the range of activities in the College
• Shared governance: Proven success and experience working with faculty and university leaders within shared governance, shared responsibility and collaborative decision-making
• Progressive strategy: ability to provide creative vision to build the natural sciences, social sciences, the humanities, the arts, and interdisciplinary projects across academic areas of the entire institution; progressive understanding of the current higher education landscape and global trends in the liberal arts
• Jesuit mission: Understanding of and commitment to the University's Catholic and Jesuit mission of pursuing truth and ultimate meaning by educating whole persons to be engaged citizens and leaders of competence, conscience and compassion who continually grow in their commitment to fashioning a more humane, just, and sustainable world. (Candidates of all religious backgrounds are welcome within this highly diverse and inclusive institution.)
• College mission: Ability and desire to be a vigorous advocate for the liberal arts to a variety of audiences and constituencies, and to help set the agenda for the national conversation of advancing a liberal arts education
• Diversity and inclusion: Engagement with, and commitment to, the diversification and inclusiveness of the academic community
• Student success: Understanding of undergraduate student issues and a commitment to students at all levels
• Communication skills: Strong written and persuasive verbal skills, with an eye to using modern communication strategies to accomplish tasks
• Personal: Highest levels of honesty, integrity, and ethical behavior, as well as transparency, diplomacy, imagination, creativity, humor, and strong work ethic

Procedures for Candidacy

Interested individuals should provide a cover letter describing professional background and qualifications for the position as well as a current CV. Compensation for the position is competitive. The Dean will hold a tenured faculty position at the rank of professor. The position is available in summer 2015, but the starting date is negotiable. This search will be conducted with respect for candidate confidentiality, which will be maintained until finalists are invited to campus towards the end of the process. The search will remain open until an appointment is made but to ensure the fullest consideration, materials should be sent as soon as possible or by November 15, 2014 to Witt/Kieffer, http://tinyurl.com/lkyaxlh (630-575- 6936) and consultants to the search committee Brian Bloomfield and Jean Dowdall, Ph.D.

Santa Clara University is an equal opportunity employer.

To view the full job posting and apply for this position, go to
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About Santa Clara University
Santa Clara University is a comprehensive Jesuit, Catholic university located in California’s Silicon Valley, offering its 8,800 students rigorous undergraduate curricula in arts and sciences, business, and engineering, plus master’s, Ph.D., and law degrees.
Distinguished by the highest retention rate and ranked second among all master’s universities in the West by U.S. News and World Report, Santa Clara University is California’s oldest operating institution of higher-education. The University is focused on creating an academic community that educates citizens and leaders who will build a more just, humane, and sustainable world.



Santa Clara University is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer, committed to excellence through diversity and inclusion, and, in this spirit, particularly welcomes applications from women, persons of color, and members of historically underrepresented groups. The University will provide reasonable accommodations to individuals with a disability.

Santa Clara University annually collects information about campus crimes and other reportable incidents in accordance with the federal Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act. To view the Santa Clara University report, please go to the Campus Safety Services website at http://www.scu.edu/cs/. To request a paper copy please call Campus Safety at (408) 554-4441. The report includes the type of crime, venue, and number of occurrences.



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Santa Clara University: Assistant Dean of Marketing & Enrollment Management



Assistant Dean of Marketing & Enrollment Management

Santa Clara University



Under the general direction of the Dean of the School of Education and Counseling Psy-chology, the Assistant Dean for Marketing and Enrollment Management has the overall responsibility for development, coordination, and implementation of marketing, recruit-ment, and enrollment management strategies to achieve enrollment goals. The Assistant Dean for Marketing and Enrollment Management will have a comprehensive understand-ing of market segments as well as the School’s programs and be able to accurately and persuasively represent and market academic programs to prospective students and others. In addition, she or he will oversee and coordinate a customer relationship management system and all application processes, including website and technology interfaces, and database software management. Moreover, she or he will provide daily oversight and management for the Marketing and Enrollment Management unit staff which includes: a Director of Admissions and Financial Aid, Director of Student Services, Assistant Direc-tor of Admissions and Student Services, Graduate Admissions and Student Services Co-ordinator and Web and Technology Coordinator along with a student employee team. The position will provide visionary strategic leadership and management to the entire en-rollment management process that includes: marketing, recruitment, admissions, scholar-ships, student services, student persistence and retention and graduation processes. The position will be charged with motivating a talented and dedicated staff that is optimistic, responsive, innovative, analytical, results-oriented and student-centered.

Department
Sch of Educ, Counsel, Psych

Standard Hours (hours per week)
40

Essential Duties and Responsibilities
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
A. Enrollment Management and Recruitment – 40%
B. Market Analysis and Marketing – 40%
C. Admissions and Student Services Technologies and Processes – 15%
D. Personnel, Budget and Resource Management – 5%
Specific Responsibilities
A. Enrollment Management and Recruitment
1. Develop and execute a strategic recruitment plan geared to achieve pro-gram specific enrollment targets.
2. Analyze enrollment trends and current student needs with goal of providing suitable short- and long-term enrollment targets to the Dean. Use data-driven models to provide periodic assertions about potential growth areas.
3. Maximize yields at inquiry, application, and enrollment stages.
4. Collaborate with the Dean, Associate Dean, department chairs, faculty and university administrators to develop and implement new academic programs.
5. Collaborate and consult with on campus departments, including other graduate schools (Business, Engineering, Law, Pastoral Ministries and JST) as well as undergraduate studies for best practices and coordination of recruitment efforts, including strategies for involving alumni and current students in recruitment process.
6. Plan, coordinate and execute Prospective Student Graduate Fair within the Education and Counseling Psychology fields
B. Market Analysis and Marketing
1. Develop and execute an effective marketing plan.
2. Oversee market research and assessment. Continually research and analyze current markets with goals of understanding trends, forecasting future directions and identifying competitors and aspirational schools, and seeking out new market opportunities.
3. Implement marketing strategies to support new academic programs and program delivery systems.
4. Implement strategic and analytic steps pertinent to marketing/recruitment recommendations.
5. Develop plans and goals for the mining of prospective applicant data and implement strategies to increase effectiveness of outreach to prospective students.
6. Oversee development and maintenance of the School web site and social media channels.
7. Oversee development of all marketing materials and collateral including, online print and radio advertising; manage subcontracted agencies as necessary.
8. Track and analyze effectiveness of marketing initiatives and activities.
a. Research additional methods to reach target groups
b. Benchmark activities with competitors and aspirational schools
c. Expeditiously implement adjustments
9. Research and implement strategies for new academic programs in Inter-national Education.
Enrollment Management and Student Services Processes and Technologies
1. Oversee the design and execution a prospective student communication plan (events, advertisements in different venues, brochures, applications, web site, social media, take-aways, etc.) from the point of initial contact through matriculation.
2. Direct and oversee all admissions and student services activities, including: application compilation process, applications and financial award decisions, management of matriculation and yield tactics, management of student records, and provision of student services.
3. Oversee the implementation of the Customer Relationship Management (CRM) system for communicating, corresponding and tracking of prospective students.
4. Oversee the development and use of effective enrollment reports.
5. Oversee the administration of the admissions process.
6. Determine and implement improvements to processes and technologies.
Personnel, Budget and Resource Management
1. Supervise the Director of Admissions and Financial Aid, Director of Stu-dent Services, Assistant Director of Admissions and Student Services, Graduate Admissions and Student Services Coordinator and Web and Technology Coordinator along with a student employee team.
2. Coordinate the administration of tuition scholarships for students.
a. Work with the Assistant Dean of Administration and Finance in al-location of the financial aid and endowed scholarship budget.
b. Oversee the distribution of tuition scholarships as aligned with the School philosophy, based on rubric strategies as they relate to re-cruitment.
4. In collaboration with the Dean and Assistant Dean of Administration and Finance, set and manage admissions, enrollment management, and mar-keting budgets.
5. Supervise and mentor student employees.
GENERAL GUIDELINES
1. Lead all the marketing work for the School
2. Lead the enrollment management functions of the School
3. Supervise staff in the enrollment management unit of the School.
4. Maximize productivity through use of appropriate tools.
5. Prepare and submit reports as requested and required; informs supervisor of project status and deviation from goals.
6. Ensures completeness, accuracy and timeliness of all operational functions.

Provides Work Direction
Works in collaboration with Associate Dean, Assistant Dean, Directors, Department Chairs, and Administrative Staff.
Provides work direction to the Director of Admissions and Financial Aid, Director of Stu-dent Services, Assistant Director of Admissions and Student Services, Graduate Admissions and Student Services Coordinator and Web and Technology Coordinator along with a student employee team.

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
• Demonstrated understanding of strategic marketing and enrollment management strategies
• Demonstrated familiarity with computer platforms and software (Microsoft Word, Ex-cel, and PowerPoint)
• Familiarity with People Soft is a plus
• Commitment to multiculturalism and social justice
• Appreciation for and understanding of the principles of a Jesuit education

Skills
• Excellent interpersonal and communication skills.

Abilities
• Ability to manage multiple, diverse tasks with frequent interruptions.
• Ability to develop reports, extract data, analyze output, and evaluate operations based on results
• Ability to counsel applicants with discretion and maintain appropriate levels of confi-dentiality
• Must be able to handle difficult situations with a professional demeanor and com-municate effectively to multiple audiences and diverse group
• Must be entrepreneurial and able to motivate faculty and staff
• Able to meet deadlines, work autonomously and handle competing demands
• Ability to think strategically while balancing attention to detail, anticipation of needs, and excellent organizational skills

Education and/or Experience
A. Master’s degree required
B. Minimum of 5-7 years of marketing and/or admissions experience required

Salary Information
$3314.58 - $3882.58 semi-monthly

Open Until Filled
Yes



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About Santa Clara University
Santa Clara University is a comprehensive Jesuit, Catholic university located in California’s Silicon Valley, offering its 8,800 students rigorous undergraduate curricula in arts and sciences, business, and engineering, plus master’s, Ph.D., and law degrees.
Distinguished by the highest retention rate and ranked second among all master’s universities in the West by U.S. News and World Report, Santa Clara University is California’s oldest operating institution of higher-education. The University is focused on creating an academic community that educates citizens and leaders who will build a more just, humane, and sustainable world.



Santa Clara University is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer, committed to excellence through diversity and inclusion, and, in this spirit, particularly welcomes applications from women, persons of color, and members of historically underrepresented groups. The University will provide reasonable accommodations to individuals with a disability.

Santa Clara University annually collects information about campus crimes and other reportable incidents in accordance with the federal Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act. To view the Santa Clara University report, please go to the Campus Safety Services website at http://www.scu.edu/cs/. To request a paper copy please call Campus Safety at (408) 554-4441. The report includes the type of crime, venue, and number of occurrences.



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University of San Francisco: Associate Dean for Pre-licensure Programs and Accreditation

RESPONSIBILITIES:

Support the work of the Dean in the ongoing administration of the School by:

Promoting the continuous improvement of instructional programs and policies.

• Serving as a liaison to the California Board of Registered Nursing.

•Overseeing all efforts to evaluate, pursue, secure and maintain accreditation.

• Collecting and maintaining evidence to demonstrate compliance with state and national accreditation standards.

• Providing leadership in pre-licensure student advising, curriculum planning, development, evaluation and academic programming.

• Coordinating with department chairs, academic faculty and other offices within the University to serve the purposes and objectives of programs.

• Planning for and managing resources in the School.

• Participating in the recruitment, orientation and evaluation of faculty.

• Participating in the recruitment and enrollment process and orientation of students.

• Coordinating the development of clinical and field placement sites for pre-licensure student learning experiences.

• Supervising clinical placement and scheduling staff.

• Coordinating and directing the evaluation, review and implementation of maintaining an innovative and responsive curriculum in alignment with state and national standards.

• Developing and implementing a comprehensive orientation program for faculty.

• Developing and fostering relationships with key stakeholders within the Nursing community at the local, state and national levels.

• Addressing needs of pre-licensure students whose academic performance is deficient.

• Identifying and recommending faculty and staffing needs.

• Collaborating with faculty in integrating teaching, practice, and scholarship and insuring equitable and reasonable faculty workloads.

• Discharging the duties of the dean in her absence as delegated.

• Representing the university at regional, national, and global levels

• Perform other duties as assigned.

QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE:

• Earned doctorate with credentials appropriate to appointment on nursing faculty.

• Successful teaching experience and administrative experience.

• A visionary leader able to implement innovative ideas

• Demonstrated ability in working with a diverse population of faculty, staff, and students

• Experience in curricular development and evaluation

• Experience in the administration of CCNE accredited nursing programs.

• Strong communication, negotiation, and contract management skills.

• Commitment to the USF mission, vision, and values

The University of San Francisco is located in the heart of one of the world’s most innovative and diverse cities, and is home to a vibrant academic community of students and faculty who achieve excellence in their fields. Its diverse student body enjoys direct access to faculty, small classes and outstanding opportunities in the city itself. USF is San Francisco’s first university, and its Jesuit Catholic mission helps ignite a student’s passion for social justice and a desire to “Change the World From Here.” For more information, visit www.usfca.edu. EEO Policy The University of San Francisco is an equal opportunity institution of higher education. As a matter of policy, the University does not discriminate in employment, educational services and academic programs on the basis of an individual’s race, color, religion, religious creed, ancestry, national origin, age (except minors), sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, marital status, medical condition (cancer-related and genetic-related) and disability, and the other bases prohibited by law. The University reasonably accommodates qualified individuals with disabilities under the law. School of Nursing and Health Professions
https://www.usfjobs.com/postings/8929

The University of Scranton: Associate Dean

The Kania School of Management at the University of Scranton, invites applications for a full-time, 12 month, Associate Dean commencing July 2015.   The Kania School of Management continues to build a national reputation for values and excellence.  We are accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB International), the foremost accrediting body for business schools. For the last five years the school has been listed among the Best Business Schools by Princeton Review, and in 2008, Entrepreneur Magazine  ranked the MBA  program among the top 15 nationally in general management.  US News and World Report also recognizes the Kania School specifically among its list of best graduate business schools.

Qualified applicants should have an earned doctorate (Ph.D., D.B.A) or equivalent in a business field.  Candidates must hold the minimum rank of Associate Professor in a business related field and have ten years of teaching experience in higher education with three or more years of administrative experience in academics or the professional community.

The successful candidate will demonstrate the following skills:

Proficiency with AACSB accreditation standards

Experience with the development of undergraduate or graduate business programs
 
Demonstrates an ability to communicate essential information to faculty, staff and students

Ability to interact effectively with the broader business community

Support the University's mission and Jesuit and Catholic values

Dr. Debra Pellegrino, Academic Dean of the Panuska College of Professional Studies, serves as the Search Committee Chair. Applicants must apply on line at https://universityofscrantonjobs.com and include a letter of application summarizing qualifications, curriculum vitae and contact information for three references.

The University of Scranton is a regional institution of more than 6,000 undergraduate and graduate students located in northeast Pennsylvania near the Pocono Mountains. Recognized nationally for the quality of its education, Scranton is one of the 28 Jesuit colleges and universities in the United States. It is committed to providing liberal arts education and strong professional and pre-professional programs in the context of Ignatian educational principles, especially the care and development of the whole person. Drawing on the strengths that have made it a recognized leader in the Northeast (ranked 10th among the master's level universities in the North by U.S. News &World Report), Scranton is committed to a culture of scholarship and excellent and is moving into the front ranks of American's comprehensive universities.

The University of Scranton is, by tradition and choice, a Catholic and Jesuit university. The successful candidate will have an understanding of and commitment to the goals of Jesuit education. The University's mission statement may be found at www.scranton.edu/mission. The University is committed to developing a diverse faculty, staff, and student body and to modeling an inclusive campus community which values the expression of differences in ways that promote excellence in teaching, learning, personal and professional development, and institutional success. In keeping with this commitment, the University encourages applications from candidates with diverse backgrounds. The University of Scranton is an EOE/Affirmative Action Employer/educator. We invite women, persons with disabilities, veterans and others from underrepresented groups to apply.

Coordinates all AACSB accreditation maintenance activities and compiles related reports

Chairs the AACSB and other KSOM committees as needed

Ensures optimal scheduling and staffing of courses, taking into account KSOM policies on faculty qualifications

Coordinates, monitors and processes all curricular and catalog changes

Oversees KSOM Academic Advising Center

Ensures that instructional technologies in Brennan Hall consistently perform at optimal levels

Represents the KSOM to students and parents during Preview Days, Summer Orientation, Fall Welcome, and similar events

Qualified applicants should have an earned doctorate (Ph.D., D.B.A) or equivalent in a business field.  Candidates must hold the minimum rank of Associate Professor in a business related field and have ten years of teaching experience in higher education with three or more years of administrative experience in academics or the professional community.

Kania School of Management

For more information and to apply for this position, please visit our website www.universityofscrantonjobs.com.Only applications submitted through our online application system will be accepted for this position.



University of San Francisco: Residence Director (Anticipated)

The Residence Director (RD) is a twelve-month, full-time, live-in

professional staff position. The employment contract is reviewed annually for renewal based upon satisfactory performance evaluation,

demonstration of an interest and commitment to new areas of professional development, and potential for additional contributions by the Residence Director to the work of the Division of Student Life.
The Residence Director is responsible for the planning, implementation,

operation, and evaluation of a comprehensive community and student

development program for a residence hall or condominium-style

community housing 100-500 students. The Residence Director directly

supervises one graduate student Assistant Residence Director(s) (ARD),

between 4 and 16 Resident Advisors (RAs), and 1 Front Desk Manager

(who is directly supervised by the ARD of the building).
The Residence Director assumes leadership responsibilities at the

departmental and University levels. These include working with and

chairing residence life committees, supervising special projects, and

undertaking special assignments. Leadership responsibilities include staff training; advising student groups such as the Residence Hall Council (RHC); student leadership development; academic initiatives; alcohol and other drug (AOD) education; multicultural and social justice education; orientation; health and wellness; and partnership with living learning communities.

Student Interaction, Growth, and Development

1. Collaborate with the Assistant Residence Director(s), Resident

Ministers, and other Student Life staff to implement principles of

community and student development that actively foster a sense of

community within the residence hall or condominium-style community.

Assume a leadership role in teaching those principles to Resident

Advisors, front desk staff, Residence Hall Council, Residence Hall

Association, and other residents.

2. Partner with staff in the Center for Academic and Student Achievement (CASA) to support the retention and academic success of residential students.

3. Provide direction to programs designed to support the achievement of departmental and divisional learning and development outcomes for

students.

4. Initiate and support faculty, student, and staff interaction. Work with

student staff members to facilitate resident attendance at University

programs on campus. Assist with faculty involvement efforts in the

residential community.

5. In consultation with the Associate Director for Staff and Community Development, provide direction to the staff in communicating,

interpreting, and administering Student Housing and Residential

Education (SHaRE) and University policies and procedures.

6. Serve as a student conduct hearing officer. Assume responsibility for

disciplinary record keeping, counseling, and sanctioning.

7. Coordinate the on-going development of RHA and RHC within the

residential community. Direct staff efforts in seeking out and cultivating student leaders, and in supporting student government.

8. Work with staff and students to provide opportunities, training

experiences, and one-to-one contacts that identify and help to resolve

individual problems and conflicts. Assist students in developing skills to address conflicts arising from interaction and confrontations with

others.

9. Maintain visibility and availability within the hall, and initiate informal contacts with students. Role model this behavior for staff members.

10. Develop and monitor a fiscally responsible budget for residence hall community development efforts.
Staff Training, Development, and Personnel Administration
1. Assume primary responsibility for the recruitment, selection,

supervision, training, development, and evaluation of the Resident

Advisors for the residential community.

2. Assume primary responsibility for the supervision, training,

development, and evaluation of the Assistant Residence Director(s).

3. Provide direction to staff efforts in the residential community, and work with individual staff members to help them establish and reach

objectives. Provide organization and communication to promote

effective staff relations, a support system for individual staff members,

and a format for the information exchange necessary for the staff to

function effectively as a team (e.g., weekly staff meetings).

4. Serve as a resource person to Resident Advisors and be aware of

programs, problems, and individual concerns unique to the floors.

5. Pursue professional self-development, and involvement in professional organizations and other areas within the Division of Student Life.

6. Develop and maintain a liaison relationship with Resident Ministers

and encourage hall staff to develop this relationship as well.

7. Approve timesheets for student employees of the residence hall or

condominium-style community.
Physical Facilities, Environment, Safety and Security

1. Establish appropriate safety precautions and provide emergency

training for staff.

2. Communicate facilities problems to facilities management and the

Assistant Director for Facilities and Summer Operations.

3. Coordinate the opening and closing of the residence hall or

condominium-style community.

4. Coordinate staff duty coverage and participate in campus-wide duty

coverage among the Residence Directors.

5. Establish appropriate expectations for the Resident Advisor staff with

regard to cooperating, supporting and fully communicating with

the ABLE (janitorial contractor) staff, Facilities Management, Food

Service, and Public Safety to ensure smooth operation of the

residence area.

6. Facilitate the orderly transfer of hall operations at the beginning and

end of Summer Guest Housing.

Other Duties

1. Develop and maintain positive and effective working relationships with faculty, staff, and administration at the University of San Francisco.

2. Research critical issues surrounding student affairs administration and residence life to keep abreast of current trends.

3. Serve on selected department and University committees.

4. Other duties as assigned (by the Associate Director for Staff and

Community Development, Director for Student Housing and

Residential Education, and/or Vice Provost for Student Development or

designee).

A Master’s Degree in Student Personnel or related field is required in


addition to at least one year of residence life experience, with preference

given to experience at the graduate level and above

Not Specified

Student Housing and Residential Education (SHaRE)

mgonzalez5@usfca.edu

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Saint Louis University: DEAN OF THE COLLEGE FOR PUBLIC HEALTH AND SOCIAL JUSTICE

Saint Louis University, an international, Catholic, Jesuit university, invites applications and nominations for the position of Dean of the College for Public Health and Social Justice. The successful candidate will have the opportunity to shape the newly-created College which is devoted to applied, comprehensive, and interdisciplinary teaching and research for the improvement of society. The new dean will join the University at a time of increased forward momentum, created by the recent appointment of President Fred Pestello and the anticipation of the 200th anniversary of the University in 2018. The new dean will also have the opportunity to work with a creative, collaborative, and student-centered faculty and staff eager to advance the mission of the College as a unique and uniquely promising approach to public health, broadly understood.


Founded in 1818, Saint Louis University is the oldest university west of the Mississippi and the second oldest Jesuit institution in the United States. It has had a long history of faithfulness to the Jesuit mission of educating the whole person for a life of service to God and humanity. This mission includes the rigorous pursuit of truth and transformative research, focused on improving society. The University has a long history of developing innovative undergraduate, graduate, and professional programs and schools, all grounded in the Jesuit mission.


The University consists of 12 colleges and schools and four other degree-granting academic centers. In addition to the main campus in Midtown St. Louis, it has a campus in Madrid, Spain--the first of its kind for an American university. It currently enrolls 8,564 undergraduates and 4,723 graduate students and offers 100 undergraduate programs and 75 graduate programs. This past year, it received $39.6 million in research funding.


The College for Public Health and Social Justice was formed in 2013 by the merger of the School of Public Health, founded in 1991 and the only school of public health in a Catholic university; the School of Social Work, founded in 1930; and the programs in Criminology and Criminal Justice. It consists of five academic departments and the School of Social Work. It enrolls 552 undergraduates and 591 graduate students. It offers undergraduate degrees in criminology, emergency management, health management, public health, and social work; masters degrees in hospital administration, public health, and social work; and doctoral degrees in public health studies and social work.


In addition to providing collegial leadership and transparent and efficient administration, the new dean will be expected to play an important role in further defining the mission of the College and developing its distinctive programs, in fundraising and external relations, and in increasing research and community engagement.


The ideal candidate: will be an accomplished teacher and scholar with significant administrative and leadership experience; will possess a sympathetic understanding of the Catholic, Jesuit tradition in higher education; and will have a personal commitment to social justice and the ability to lead faculty in discovering more effective ways for the College to serve the community.


For more information about this opportunity and instructions to apply, please visit www.agbsearch.com/searches/dean-college-public-health-and-social-justice-saint-louis-university.
For full consideration, applications should be received by April 13, 2015.


Please direct all nominations and inquiries to: Robert Holyer, Ph.D., Senior Consultant, AGB Search, rkh@agbsearch.com, 804-359-9370, 804-402-6736 (c).


Saint Louis University is an inclusive community that welcomes all people, regardless of race, ethnicity, sex, gender, disability, veteran status, national origin, faith, sexual orientation, class or ideology.



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Santa Clara University: Senior Assistant Dean, Graduate Programs



Senior Assistant Dean, Graduate Programs

Santa Clara University

Department: Business School

Part Year: No

FLSA Status: Exempt

Standard Hours (hours per week): 40

Position Purpose:
A. Reporting to the Dean, the Senior Assistant Dean of Graduate Business Programs is a key participant in long-term strategic planning and goal setting for graduate recruitment and programs for the Leavey School of Business. It has responsibility for all administrative and service functions associated with Graduate Business Programs from student recruitment through graduation. Functional responsibilities include: recruitment, admissions, financial aid, orientation, student life, advising, records, and career management.

This position sets the strategic direction of the graduate programs in the Leavey School of Business, including market assessment for recruitment, determination of program direction, continuous improvement, and the development, introduction, and evaluation of new programs.

The position serves as the direct supervisor of the Director of Graduate Business Admissions and Financial Aid; Sr. Director of Academic Support, Records & Student Life; Director of Career Management and Director of EMBA, AMBA & MS Programs. Total responsibility for 12 staff members.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
B. ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
1. Develop and implement a strategic plan for LSB Graduate Business Programs.
2. Provide leadership to Graduate Business Programs staff members
3. Manage the implementation of new graduate degree and certification programs.
4. Responsible for market assessment and recruitment of graduate business students – local & international
5. Provide outstanding academic support and advising to LSB graduate students.
6. Lead development of professional and effective career management services for graduate students.
7. Build and support a vibrant graduate student community.
8. Work with other offices on campus to maintain student academic records and implement University and School academic policies.
9. Manage and monitor the Graduate Business Programs budget
10. Lead data collection and reporting for graduate business program rankings
11. Represent the LSB in appropriate national and international organizations and committees C. SPECIFIC
1. Develop and implement a strategic plan for LSB Graduate Business Programs.
i. Develop and monitor a GBP strategic plan that supports the strategic objectives of the School and the University.
ii. Allocate human and financial resources to support the strategic goals of the GBP and the LSB.
iii. Monitor national and international trends of Graduate Business Programs
2. Provide leadership to Graduate Business Programs staff members
i. Provide leadership, support, and professional development opportunities for GBP staff.
3. Manage the implementation of new graduate degree and certification programs.
i. Collaborate with other academic units on campus to implement joint academic programs.
ii. Analyze market trends to evaluate need for new, innovative programs that align with market and technology needs
4. Responsible for market assessment and recruitment of graduate business students; including local & international
i. Collaborate with the Dean to increase the number and quality of applicants and applicant yield in all graduate programs.
ii. Ensure Graduate marketing plan is inclusive of various market sectors, including international students
iii. Identify various markets for recruitment of prospective students
5. Provide outstanding academic support and advising to LSB graduate students.
i. Implement graduate student academic policy of the University and the School.
ii. Identify areas of support for various areas of graduate business programs
6. Lead development of professional and effective career management services for graduate students.
i. Support collaboration between external relations and career planning to provide career opportunities for our Master’s students when they graduate.
ii. Foster relationships between GBP and external relations to support professional networking and other career initiatives for LSB graduate students.
7. Build and support a vibrant graduate student community.
i. Develop and monitor programs that support a vibrant and professional graduate student community.
ii. Develop and implement graduate student orientation programs that ease and support the students’ transition to graduate school.
8. Work with other offices on campus to maintain student academic records and implement University and School academic policies.
i. Work closely with academic department chairs, faculty directors, associate deans, and relevant staff to schedule classes and meet students’ academic needs effectively and efficiently.
ii. Work closely with academic department chairs, faculty directors, associate deans, and relevant staff to produce and edit Graduate Business Bulletin.
9. Manage and monitor the Graduate Business Programs budget
i. Efficiently allocate and monitor the GBP’s financial resources and budget.
10. Lead data collection and reporting for graduate business program rankings
i. Lead data collection for various ranking reports
ii. Monitor and report on trends in graduate business education and the potential impact on Santa Clara University.
11. Represent the LSB in appropriate national and international organizations and committees
i. Serve as GBP representative on the Graduate Business Policy Committee.
ii. Serve on the LSB’s senior management team.
iii. Maintain membership and participation in national and international organizations associated with graduate business education. Supervision a. Director of Graduate Business Admissions and Financial Aid (1 FTE)
b. Sr. Director of Academic Support, Records & Student Life (1 FTE)
c. Director of Career Management (1 FTE)
d. Director of EMBA, AMBA & MS Programs. (1 FTE)
e. Responsible for 12 staff in total Special Projects a. Develop and review policies and procedures that are in line with University policies and also meet the business need within the school
b. Provide consultation to staff & faculty on various complex initiatives in the area of Graduate Business Programs.
c. Complete special projects as assigned by the Dean including participation on the Dean’s Leadership Team with primary responsibility for the key functions within the LSB (Graduate Business Programs), serve as host staff as various LSB functions, represent LSB on University- wide committees
d. Advise and support the Dean and others in decision making, university regulations and execution
e. Serve on various committees and represent the School at various functions 7. Other duties as assignedGENERAL GUIDELINES1. 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. Ensures completeness, accuracy and timeliness of all operational functions.
7. Prepares and submits reports as requested and required.
8. Develops and implements guidelines to support the functions of the unit.

Provides Work Direction:
1. Director of Graduate Business Admissions and Financial Aid (1 FTE)
2. Sr. Director of Academic Support, Records & Student Life (1 FTE)
3. Director of Career Management (1 FTE)
4. Director of EMBA, AMBA & MS Programs. (1 FTE)
5. Responsible for 12 staff in total

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.

Physical Demands:
The physical demands described below are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, as amended, the California Fair Employment & Housing Act, and all other applicable laws, SCU provides reasonable accommodations for qualified persons with disabilities. A qualified individual is a person who meets skill, experience, education, or other requirements of the position, and who can perform the essential functions of the position with or without reasonable accommodation.

• Considerable time is spent at a desk using a computer terminal.
• May be required to travel to other buildings on the campus.
• May be required to attend conference and training sessions within Bay Area or in- or out-of-state locations.
• May be required to occasionally travel to outside customers, venders or suppliers.

Work Environment:
The work environment characteristics described below are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job.
• Typical office and computer lab environment.
• Mostly indoor office environment with windows.
• Offices with equipment noise.
• Offices with frequent interruptions.

Knowledge:
a. Knowledge of and experience with essential computer programs.
b. Demonstrated knowledge of PeopleSoft preferred.

Skills:
a. Excellent interpersonal and communication skills, both written and oral.
b. Presentation, leadership, conflict mediation, and team motivation skills

Abilities:
a. Ability to work effectively with school administrators, faculty, students and staff as well as university administrators at various levels.
b. Ability to handle multiple projects, set priorities, meet deadlines and maintain a high level of performance in a fast paced environment with frequent interruptions.
c. Ability to supervise employees and work effectively with staff across horizontal relationships.
d. Ability to maintain a high level of confidentiality.
e. A commitment to inclusion and diversity and a demonstrated ability to work with an increasingly diverse campus community.
f. Commitment to understand and support Santa Clara University’s distinctive Jesuit educational vision and further the mission, values and goals of the Leavey School of Business.

Education and/or Experience:
a. MBA or equivalent Master’s degree required
b. Minimum of ten years of work related to school/education administration required
c. Supervisor experience required
d. Marketing education or experience preferred.
e. Experience in higher education administration preferred

Salary Information: commensurate with experience

Close Date:

Open Until Filled: Yes

Special Instructions to Applicants:


To view the full job posting and apply for this position, go to https://jobs.scu.edu

About Santa Clara University
Santa Clara University is a comprehensive Jesuit, Catholic university located in California’s Silicon Valley, offering its 8,800 students rigorous undergraduate curricula in arts and sciences, business, and engineering, plus master’s, Ph.D., and law degrees.

Distinguished by the highest retention rate and ranked second among all master’s universities in the West by U.S. News and World Report, Santa Clara University is California’s oldest operating institution of higher-education. The University is focused on creating an academic community that educates citizens and leaders who will build a more just, humane, and sustainable world.

Santa Clara University is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer, committed to excellence through diversity and inclusion, and, in this spirit, particularly welcomes applications from women, persons of color, and members of historically underrepresented groups. The University will provide reasonable accommodations to individuals with a disability.

Santa Clara University annually collects information about campus crimes and other reportable incidents in accordance with the federal Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act. To view the Santa Clara University report, please go to the Campus Safety Services website at http://www.scu.edu/cs/. To request a paper copy please call Campus Safety at (408) 554-4441. The report includes the type of crime, venue, and number of occurrences.







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Santa Clara University: Dean, School of Education and Counseling Psychology

Santa Clara University (SCU) invites inquiries, nominations and expressions of interest for the position of Dean of the School of Education and Counseling Psychology (ECP).  SCU seeks a collaborative leader with a distinguished reputation as a teaching scholar and a commitment to advancing the University’s mission, which is dedicated to academic excellence, social justice, and educating the whole person.

The School of ECP educates practitioners whose professional competence, social conscience, and human compassion will transform lives, schools, and communities for the greater health, well being, and the common good of all—especially those in greatest need.  The Departments of Education and Counseling Psychology were brought together in 1981 to form the Graduate Division of Counseling Psychology and Education, and in 2003, unified to form the School of ECP.

The School of ECP offers master’s degree programs to prepare professional counselors and K-12 educators and administrators; counseling psychology degrees leading to licensing for marriage and family therapists; professional credential programs for K-12 teachers and administrators in both public and Catholic school settings; preparation for those seeking later doctoral work in their fields, and other opportunities for post-baccalaureate study.  The School prides itself on offering small, hands-on, state-of-the art classes and close contact with faculty.  In summer 2015, the School moved into a 50,000 square foot section of a newly-renovated  building.  The new space includes fourteen classrooms with cutting-edge instructional technology, a science lab, and a suite of observation rooms. ECP also offers graduate training for culturally responsive educational leaders at the East San Jose satellite campus. With these resources, the School provides a unique opportunity for an enterprising leader to leverage the dynamic, entrepreneurial and diverse multicultural communities in the Bay Area and Silicon Valley.

Q&E: The School of ECP seeks a recognized leader with a distinguished academic record; experience leading an academic unit in a university or equivalent setting; demonstrated acumen in budgetary and financial affairs; a record of leading successful innovation; zeal for external engagement and fundraising; a track record of making and implementing decisions in a collaborative and coordinated manner; appreciation of and commitment to shared governance with the faculty; and commitment to excellence in professional education as integral to the Jesuit educational vision of developing leaders of competence, conscience, and compassion.  Additional information, including a Leadership Profile, can be found at www.wittkieffer.com.

Education and Psychology

Nominations and expressions of interest, including a CV and cover letter of interest, can be sent in confidence via email to SCU-ECPdean@wittkieffer.com.  Inquiries, questions or to request a full position description can also be directed to the above email or to the executive search consultants assisting SCU: Brian Bloomfield at 630-575-6154 and Robert W. Luke at 781-564-2620. The position will remain open until filled, but for fullest consideration materials should be sent by October 14, 2015.  The recruitment will be conducted in confidence until finalists are invited for campus visits at which time professional references will also be contacted.

Santa Clara University is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer committed to excellence through diversity and, in this spirit, particularly welcomes applications from persons of color and members of historically underrepresented groups. Upon request, the University will provide reasonable accommodations in the application process to individuals with disabilities.



Canisius College: Dean of Arts & Sciences

Canisius College seeks an energetic and enthusiastic leader for the College of Arts and Sciences who will build on existing strengths in the pursuit of academic excellence.  The college welcomes candidates eager to collaborate with Arts and Sciences faculty, students, and college administrators to foster academic excellence, and to support meaningful teaching, scholarship, and service.

 

As spokesperson for the College of Arts and Sciences, the Dean must have a creative spirit and passion that promotes the liberal arts basis of Canisius’ identity and history.  The Dean should have a respect for the Catholic intellectual tradition’s dialogue of faith and reason and its engagement with all academic disciplines.  The Dean must be an effective ambassador and liaison between college administration and faculty and should nurture collegiality and collaboration among faculty members, administrators, and staff.  The Dean should understand and promote excellence in student recruitment, learning, scholarship, and support services.  Additionally, as a college leader in an urban college community, the Dean must be committed to supporting the broad values of diversity and a comprehensive range of service opportunities on and beyond the campus.

 

Canisius is rooted in the rich liberal arts tradition of Catholic intellectual thought and Jesuit humanism.  Located in a residential neighborhood of Buffalo, New York, it enrolls nearly 4,000 students, including 1,500 graduate students.  The College of Arts and Sciences is the largest academic unit of the institution, encompassing two-thirds of the full time faculty and more than twenty undergraduate programs.  It also bears the main responsibility for the teaching of the subjects in the core curriculum, that part of the curriculum that especially reflects the mission of the college and is required of all undergraduates.  Recent successful capital campaigns have added modern classroom facilities, advanced technology, state of the art residence complexes, and performance venues to the campus.  Ongoing development of an interdisciplinary Science Hall is underway.  Priorities include the quality of academics, scholarship, and the development of new interdisciplinary programs.

For a more detailed job description and for further information about Canisius College and about Western New York and the City of Buffalo, we encourage candidates to visit canisius.edu/hr/employment/dean-of-the-school-of-arts-sciences/ Candidates should have the following minimal qualifications: 1) A doctorate or appropriate degree in the Arts and Sciences, or in a related field, from an accredited university; 2) Successful college administrative experience; 3) A record of quality teaching experience along with scholarship and service at the level required for appointment to the rank of associate or full professor Salary commensurate with experience, excellent benefit package. School of Arts & Sciences - Academic Affairs
For a more detailed job description and for further information about Canisius College and about Western New York and the City of Buffalo, we encourage candidates to visit canisius.edu/hr/employment/dean-of-the-school-of-arts-sciences/ Letters of application, including resumes and contact information for four references, should be received by October 6, 2015. Electronic submission is strongly encouraged (please put “Dean A&S Search” in the subject line of any emails); pdf format is preferred. Address correspondence to: A&S Dean Search Committee at hr.recruiter@canisius.edu or Canisius College, Human Resources Department, 2001 Main Street, Buffalo, NY 14208. Canisius College, a Catholic and Jesuit university, is an independent, co-educational, medium sized institution of higher education. Minority candidates strongly encouraged to apply. Canisius College is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

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