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06/2016 present
New York, NY
Senior Associate Dean
New York, NY
Senior Associate Dean
06/2016 present
New York, NY
Senior Associate Dean
06/2016 present
  • Provides oversight for the approximately $5 million division budget; prioritize funding requests and resource reallocations
  • SUPERVISION EXERCISED
  • Provide administrative oversight for NC State’s on-campus and UNC system participation in undergraduate research initiatives
  • Lead and evaluate senior and unit directors who oversee approximately 60 permanent and 100+ seasonal, temporary, undergraduate and graduate student employees; recommend salary adjustments, and provide general oversight and vision
  • Serve as the administrative liaison of the Vice Chancellor and Dean to the following committees: University Courses and Curriculum Committee, Council on Undergraduate Education and the Academic Associate Deans Council
  • Provide administrative leadership for numerous undergraduate educational curricula, academic policy, and regulations
  • Coordinate external relations and outreach for the University College and the Division of Academic and Student Affairs (e.g., proposal writing, public relations, and marketing)
03/2009 12/2015
New York, NY
Associate Dean for Academic Affairs
New York, NY
Associate Dean for Academic Affairs
03/2009 12/2015
New York, NY
Associate Dean for Academic Affairs
03/2009 12/2015
  • Assist in developing and implementing college policies around on-line education
  • Guide all curriculum development including the development of new undergraduate majors, minors, and interdisciplinary programs
  • Provides leadership and oversight for program assessment, and continuous quality improvement of program, using data from a variety of sources
  • Provides vision to the ongoing assessment and development of the University strategic plan
  • Provides leadership and ensures integration of both undergraduate and graduate programs
  • Manage course approvals for Independent Studies and Study Abroad Courses
  • Administers and manages all responsibilities of academic programs and the simulation center
06/2006 10/2008
Los Angeles, CA
Associate Dean
Los Angeles, CA
Associate Dean
06/2006 10/2008
Los Angeles, CA
Associate Dean
06/2006 10/2008
  • Work with the Dean and the Vice Dean for Faculty to manage a regular 360 evaluation of chairs, directors and vice deans, including on-going management
  • Demonstrated management style that is flexible, inclusive and committed to staff development
  • Maintaining a high level of performance through effective recruiting, selecting, developing, motivating, and evaluating of faculty and staff
  • Improve and promote systematic assessment of collections and services within the Content Management and Scholarly Communications division
  • Faculty – Assists faculty in matters related to students, such as arranging for faculty training workshops
  • Works with the Dean and coordinates with faculty and staff on developing new undergraduate and graduate programs
  • Provide mentoring, guidance, and empowerment to libraries' faculty and staff with evolving work roles
Education Education
Bachelor’s Degree in Nursing
Bachelor’s Degree in Nursing
Illinois State University
Bachelor’s Degree in Nursing
Skills Skills
  • Demonstrable knowledge of educational theory and practice, particularly in relation to quality management
  • Excellent negotiating skills, and a proven ability to communicate professionally and to a high standard, both orally and in writing
  • Ability to shape developments through leadership of, and active participation in, multi-professional teams
  • Ability to work effectively, exercise good judgment, and make decisions with minimal supervision and guidance
  • Significant experience of working within the education and health sectors with academic and professional credibility and an outstanding record of achievement
  • Comprehensive understanding of postgraduate medical education and training, and the role of the GMC in relation to the quality assurance of training
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills
  • Ability to manage multiple projects, sometimes with competing expectations, in a sometimes high stress environment
  • Excellent interpersonal and teamwork skills to work effectively with students, staff, faculty, and external constituents
  • Works with Deans, Associate Deans and Department Chairs to identify different ways to offer customized support for their respective constituencies
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Associate Dean for Admissions & Student Services Resume Examples & Samples

  • 10 years student affairs experience
  • 10 years admissions experience
  • 10 years leadership and management experience in a line of admissions or student services
  • Lead an admissions office within a large private university
  • Solid understanding of the entire student experience from admissions, advising, supplemental instruction, career services and student academic and professional pathways
  • Direct experience in one or more of these main areas within a private university (preferably USC)
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Associate Dean for Advancement Resume Examples & Samples

  • Responsible for developing, implementing, and leading a successful fundraising campaign
  • Develop and manage all efforts to secure philanthropic support for USC Davis
  • Conceive, implement, evaluate, and manage integrated fundraising programs and strategies to meet school goals and objectives
  • Lead the ongoing design and staffing of the fundraising infrastructure to create a sustainable, high-performing advancement function
  • Guide, direct, and evaluate professional and support staff and hold each team member accountable for his/her individual contribution
  • Utilize appropriate metrics for and ensure best practices in fundraising
  • Assign prospect portfolios to team members that correspond to their skill sets; direct strategy for prospecting, researching, cultivating, and soliciting donations; ensure timely qualification, cultivation, and solicitation of donors and prospects
  • Manage and grow a portfolio of major and principal gift prospects and donors; maintain positive and enduring relationships that produce reciprocal benefits
  • Identify new opportunities for philanthropic support and partnership from a wide variety of sources
  • Keep Dean apprised of the status of development initiatives; collaborate with Dean in determining cultivation and solicitation strategies for Davis’ top prospects; and provide briefs in advance of events and meetings with donors and prospects
  • As a member of the Davis senior management team, advise on external relations, participate in strategic planning across the school, and ensure that advancement goals address its most pressing and future needs
  • Lead Board of Councilors development activities for Davis, including identification and recruitment of members, training and orientation, development of meeting agendas and materials, and regular communication and engagement activities
  • Actively cultivate and support Councilors’ involvement in development, networking, and outreach
  • Leverage high-profile alumni, volunteers, and other individuals of significance to the school and the campus
  • Collaborate with advancement colleagues across the university and represent Gould’s needs and interests
  • Oversee budget for Advancement activities; measure fundraising performance against benchmarks; monitor and report return on investment
  • Bachelor’s degree and a minimum of 5 years in higher education development or closely related professional experience
  • Exemplary leadership and staff management experience and a track record of successfully developing and leading high performing teams; capability to select, train, mentor, motivate and evaluate all levels of staff
  • Significant experience and demonstrated success building the development function for a fast-paced, entrepreneurial organization
  • Demonstrated experience implementing and leading successful fundraising campaigns
  • Demonstrated success in garnering support from external (donors, board of advisors, alumni) and internal (university central advancement, faculty, staff, students) constituents
  • Adept at identifying and pursuing new opportunities to expand and diversify funding sources and increase alumni participation and engagement, as well as developing new ideas and approaches to cultivate major gifts from individuals, corporations, and foundations
  • Demonstrated experience setting benchmarks for him/herself and a development team, regularly measuring success against goals, and holding him/herself accountable for development outcomes
  • Demonstrated ability to identify high net-worth prospects and cultivate relationships leading to substantial commitments; skilled in guiding and motivating top volunteers and board members
  • Ability to forge and maintain connections with current and prospective donors locally, regionally, nationally, and internationally
  • Creativity in researching and discovering new donors or industry groups and the ability to develop innovative, creative, and effective strategies for constituents with a broad range of interests
  • An entrepreneurial spirit and drive to chart new territory; a preference for building and improving programs over maintaining the status quo
  • Ability to think creatively with inherent skills in strategic planning, critical thinking, analytical and persuasion/negotiation
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills with the ability to target a message to a diverse range of stakeholders
  • Experience developing compelling external messaging to increase recognition among donors and fundraising results
  • Results-orientation; Creative-innovative thinking; Personal and team leadership
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Associate Dean for Enrollment Management Resume Examples & Samples

  • In collaboration with faculty and senior leadership, is responsible for developing, implementing and managing effective recruitment and scholarship awarding strategies to meet enrollment goals, including student search, prospect management, and yield efforts
  • Working in close partnership with Communications & Marketing, develop and manage the delivery of admissions-related promotional material, oversee all electronic communications and social media, and manage all admissions-related content on the website
  • Lead staff in the planning and execution of admissions travel and on-campus recruitment events including Audition Week, campus visits, and other recruitment activities. This position requires significant travel, which may include international travel
  • Guide the Admissions and Financial Aid Offices in executing all operations using established best practices. Provide regular training and professional development and instill a culture of exceptional service and responsiveness to all constituents
  • Chair the Admissions Committee and participate in the strategic awarding of scholarships as a core member of the Scholarship Committee
  • Research, prepare, analyze and distribute institutional data reports for the senior administration and the faculty regarding admissions activity, enrollment projections and market trends
  • Working with the Director of Financial Aid, manage the School’s compliance with federal and state laws, regulations and guidelines, and external reporting requirements in the areas of responsibility
  • Oversee the delivery of quality, student-oriented financial aid services by planning and implementing efficient, effective, and cohesive policies, systems and procedures
  • Maintain working knowledge of enrollment/integrated student administrative information systems and related technologies. Work with I.T. to ensure the timely import of application data into the School’s data management system
  • Manage admissions budget administration including working with the Finance Department on annual budgeting and enrollment forecasting, as well as program cost analysis
  • Collaborate with other student administrative service departments - Registrar, Student Affairs, Residence Life, International Advisement and the Business Office, to ensure a seamless enrollment and transition experience for new students
  • Participate in national consortiums and conferences that represent arts admissions; maintain awareness of national college admissions and financial aid guidelines, ethics and practices
  • Five to seven years of admissions experience (three of which should be in a managerial position), preferably in a performing arts institution
  • Performing arts background. Broad understanding of issues and best practices in higher education, particularly as they relate to music and/or the performing arts
  • Excellent organizational skills, a collaborative management style, innovative thinking, technological vision, and a strong service orientation
  • Proven record of ability to supervise and develop a professional staff and work successfully with faculty and administration
  • Excellent analytical, oral and written communication skills
  • Strong understanding of current and emerging marketing and communications tools appropriate to prospective undergraduate and graduate students and parents. Conversant in all social media platforms applicable to student recruitment
  • A commitment to integrating diversity into strategic enrollment management decisions
  • Demonstrated knowledge of current technology in application management/CRM and student information systems, and strong competency in Microsoft Office PC applications
  • Ability to travel frequently and represent Juilliard at conferences, feeder schools, and other events
  • A thorough knowledge of, or a background in, classical music helpful
  • Knowledge of financial aid regulations and trends preferred
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Associate Dean of Student Affairs Resume Examples & Samples

  • A Master's degree in Counseling, Student Personnel Administration or other related field is required
  • Three to five years of related increasing responsibility in student affairs preferably in a post-secondary institution or for-profit environment
  • Knowledge of current practices and theories in student affairs in higher education
  • Superior organizational and problem resolution skills
  • Work effectively as either a leader or a team member to insure that departmental goals are met
  • Ability to prioritize work and perform well under pressure
  • Ability to manage multiple tasks and meet deadlines
  • Good general business knowledge and ability to effectively supervise and lead a staff of professionals
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Associate Dean of Academic Affairs Resume Examples & Samples

  • A Master's degree, preferably in Education
  • Minimum of 5 years of increasingly responsible experience in Education, with academic management, advising and teaching experience
  • Held positions of increasingly responsible experience in the industry and/or Academic Affairs
  • Fiscal and personnel management experience
  • Strong interpersonal skills with supervisor and staff populations
  • Superior organization, prioritization, and self-motivation skills
  • Strong computer literacy skills with the Microsoft Office Suite and familiarity with technology and software packages relevant to the field
  • Ability to interact effectively as either a leader or as a member of a team and work collaboratively with other departments
  • Ability to listen to customers (e.g. staff, etc.) and to understand and respond positively to their requests
  • Ability to adapt to changing assignments and multiple priorities
  • Ability to manage multiple tasks and successfully meet deadlines
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Executive Associate to Associate Dean of Faculty Affairs Resume Examples & Samples

  • Manages calendar for the Associate Dean for Faculty Affairs, serving as theprimary scheduler for meetings and events, and coordinates meetinglogistics and timely preparation or provision of related documents
  • Manages project tracking of faculty position description forms, faculty advertisements, letters ofintent, exit interviews and/or other documents requiring review and approval bythe Associate Dean for Faculty Affairs
  • Coordinates travel arrangements, prepares travel applications and submits reimbursement vouchers for the Associate Dean of Faculty Affairs and personnel in the Office of Faculty Affairs
  • Provides administrative support through telephone coverage, mail processing, transcription, greeting of visitors/office traffic control, etc., for the Associate Dean of Faculty Affairs
  • Manages fiscal/purchasing activities, maintains purchasing card records, and participates in the budget preparation process for the Associate Dean of Fiscal Affairs in collaboration with the Sr. Director of Faculty Affairs
  • Oversees and follows up on special projects assigned to reporting departments under the Associate Dean for Faculty Affairs
  • Assists in preparation of reports related to institutional accreditation or areas of assignment to the Associate Dean for Faculty Affairs
  • Performs all other duties as may be assigned by supervisor
  • Assists and represents the Office of Faculty Affairs and Associate Dean for Faculty Affairs Administration in various campus wide events
  • Directly support the Associate Dean in activities related to his/her participation in various State and national associations/boards/committees / requiring administrative assistance
  • Provides support for and cross-coverage for faculty affairs, faculty recruitment, and or CME as requested for departments/areas within the reporting line of the Associate Dean for Faculty Affairs
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Associate Dean of Students for Fraternity & Sorority Life Resume Examples & Samples

  • Member of a Greek letter organization
  • Demonstrated risk assessment and crisis response experience
  • Experience in a Greek community of a similar size to WSU’s
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Associate Dean of Academic Affairs UC Clermont Resume Examples & Samples

  • Facilitating academic operations of the College through a unified vision, with direction from the Dean and in collaboration with 6 Unit Heads
  • Overseeing and coordinating the Academic Affairs area to meet organizational priorities
  • Carrying out university and college Strategic Plan initiatives and college Academic Master Plan
  • Providing leadership in program and curriculum development and delivery to meet the array of community needs
  • Ensuring effective operation of Technical Advisory Committees
  • Negotiating articulation agreements with secondary schools and baccalaureate institutions, including College Credit Plus (CCP)/Dual Enrollment
  • Serving on or liaising to University and College committees; working within a shared governance environment, including collective bargaining agreements
  • Supervising the instructional designer, college scheduling coordinator and Directors of the following areas: Academic Affairs staff, including areas of Institutional Effectiveness, Learning Center, College Success Program, Career Services, Testing Services, Business and Educational Outreach, and Academic Advising
  • Liaising with the Ohio Department of Higher Education (ODHE) and internal university approval entities
  • Collaborating with various college offices to recruit and retain students
  • Overseeing and/or coordinating of: College's assessment program, including General Education courses and area/program review; institutional and program-level accreditations including Federal Compliance and Higher Learning Commission responsibilities; and, fiscal responsibilities for academic affairs areas, including capital expenditures for instructional equipment and departmental budgets; on-line course training, stipends, quality assurance
  • Serving as Chair of Curriculum Committee
  • Overseeing of TRIO Grants (Upward Bound, Talent Search, Educational Opportunity Center)
  • Serving as liaison to the UC Clifton campus Academic Committee
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Senior Associate Dean for Academic Affairs Resume Examples & Samples

  • Spearhead the development and delivery of programs in unison with the vision and values of the Graham School and the University of Chicago
  • Lead and support a team of senior professionals dedicated to the development and delivery of Graham's academic programs
  • Build, nurture, and sustain mutually beneficial relationships with key stakeholders
  • Foster innovation, integrated planning, and continuing improvement
  • Direct program needs assessment and review
  • Oversee instructor recruitment and appointments
  • Evaluate trends and opportunities for extending the University's programming
  • Embrace opportunities for curricular and pedagogical innovation and experimentation including nontraditional forms of programming
  • Work closely with the Dean on strategic initiatives including initiatives to engage University alumni so they re-experience the unique University of Chicago intellectual learning environment
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Associate Dean-internal Search Resume Examples & Samples

  • PhD degree is required
  • Rank of senior associate professor or professor with tenure in
  • Experience with and commitment to graduate student teaching and advising
  • Experience with graduate level activities or initiatives such as
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Associate Dean Resume Examples & Samples

  • To liaise with internal and external stakeholders as required to maintain effective communication channels, share information, disseminate good practice and promote the quality agenda
  • To liaise with internal and external stakeholders (including other Deaneries and Local Education and Training Boards) to monitor and support the quality of specialty training programmes that include placements for trainees from Wales
  • To work with others, including all areas of the Deanery and undergraduate medical education, as appropriate to develop collaborative approaches to quality activity
  • To facilitate delivery of quality management activity with an ethos of continuous improvement, incorporating evaluation and quality enhancement activity, to meet the strategic objectives of the Deanery
  • To review current and emerging documentation regarding the future of PMET, best practice and regulatory requirements, and ensure that this is reflected in the development of the Deanery’s quality management strategy
  • To organise, and participate in, dissemination activities including relevant working groups and committees, workshops, conferences, presentations and publications relating to quality management activity
  • To represent the Unit at a Deanery level and externally. This includes actively contributing as a member of Deanery committees, wider networks and local and national meetings relating to Unit activity as required
  • To actively contribute to Quality Unit meetings and events, and Deanery briefings, and provide update reports as required
  • To liaise regularly with the Quality Unit Sub Dean and other Associate Deans to ensure a co-ordinated approach to quality and postgraduate education support activity within the Deanery
  • To work with the Unit Manager and Quality manager in relation to governance and operational activity
  • To meet the necessary professional requirements for Continuing Professional Development and Revalidation
  • Experience of developing strategic plans in the context of postgraduate medical education and training
  • Ability to shape developments through leadership of, and active participation in, multi-professional teams
  • Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with stakeholders at all levels, demonstrating the sensitivities required to balance and resolve tensions in working with a wide range of contacts both internally and externally at a senior level
  • Excellent negotiating skills, and a proven ability to communicate professionally and to a high standard, both orally and in writing
  • Demonstrable knowledge of educational theory and practice, particularly in relation to quality management
  • Comprehensive understanding of postgraduate medical education and training, and the role of the GMC in relation to the quality assurance of training
  • Medical degree and current, substantive contract as an NHS Consultant in Wales
  • Significant experience of working within the education and health sectors with academic and professional credibility and an outstanding record of achievement
  • Qualification in medical education
  • Experience in developing and implementing quality control or quality management systems
  • Experience with national bodies in relation to postgraduate medical education and training
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Associate Dean of Faculty Resume Examples & Samples

  • Experience and knowledge in developing training and education programs to ISO 10015 guidelines
  • Demonstrated leadership, logistics and maintenance expertise
  • Excellent interpersonal and communications skills
  • Knowledge of curriculum development and SAT
  • Knowledge of student information systems and Microsoft applications
  • Ability to communicate effectively in English, both in writing and orally
  • Bachelor’s degree required, master’s preferred in business, education, logistics or related field
  • Minimum six (6) years of experience in a military/academic institution functioning as a manager/division chief in a training, education, or leader development department
  • Experience in assessing training strategies, policies and programs
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Associate Dean of Academic Affairs Resume Examples & Samples

  • Experience incorporating diverse perspectives by establishing an inclusive environment
  • Demonstrated ability to successfully set priorities, analyze data, and to think systematically from both a detailed and a strategic perspective
  • A demonstrated record of strong and consistent teamwork, ethical behavior, and collaboration with faculty, administrators, staff and students
  • Ability to create, motivate and manage teams of creative individuals in support of goals
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills and excellent interpersonal skills
  • Ability to manage people with integrity and to build trust
  • Significant teaching experience and scholarly achievement. Experience in curriculum development, review and evaluation
  • Academic program administration experience and experience with the development of introductory courses that focus on critical and creative thinking skills in the Sciences
  • Successful managerial and administrative experience serving as Director of Undergraduate Programs or Director of Graduate Programs, including the ability to implement policies and decisions
  • Demonstrated willingness to break out of disciplinary and intellectual “silos” and inspire and lead others out of silos
  • Experience in scaling up successful solutions to comprehensively embrace all of our community with innovative experiences, curriculum, and opportunities
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Associate Dean of Advising Resume Examples & Samples

  • Position can be in either our Salt Lake City location or our Chantilly, VA location** This is NOT a remote position
  • Serves as a resource for difficult or complex Academic issues escalated by managers, advisors, and coaches
  • Monitors and ensures university compliance with academic policies, procedures, and standards, including state-specific regulations
  • Assesses student academic standing and develops academic recovery plans where appropriate
  • Provides accurate and timely academic advising services, including new student advising, alert advising, and graduation advising to Global and Strayer@Work students
  • Leverages institutional knowledge of internal resources to quickly refer students to the appropriate educational support services and resolve student academic issues
  • Assists new and continuing students with course selection placing particular emphasis on inexperienced and at-risk students
  • Assists in developing strategies to improve administrative policies and processes
  • Works closely with other team members to support organizational objectives
  • Develops collaborative relationships with university, campus, and online campus academic staff to stay abreast of policies, procedures, and objectives
  • Understands and effectively communicates the curriculum, graduation requirements, policies, and procedures
  • Supports coaches, campus deans and associate campus deans by offering feedback on student issues and concerns to provide guidance to support operational objectives
  • Works with management on refining and scheduling appropriate training sessions
  • Communicates company information and answer questions
  • Contributes to other special projects and assumes other duties as assigned
  • Ability to manage people, processes and/or projects
  • Excellent organizational and interpersonal skills
  • Excellent problem solving ability
  • Ability to work under minimal supervision to meet deadlines, manage multiple tasks, and prioritize duties
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Associate Dean for Advancement Resume Examples & Samples

  • Master’s degree preferred or equivalent combination of training and experience
  • At least ten years of progressively responsible development experience in higher education, with at least five of those years in management; experience in a campaign environment is desirable
  • Advanced knowledge of major gift fundraising and capital campaigns
  • Demonstrated success in developing and managing relationships with deans, volunteer leadership, and major donors/prospects
  • Strong supervisory, coaching, and mentoring skills
  • Staff and program management experience
  • Cultural sensitivity in interacting with a diverse alumni population both domestically and internationally
  • In-depth knowledge of university governance, administration, and operations
  • Ability to initiate, analyze, monitor, evaluate, and alter strategic development plans and achieve revenue results
  • Excellent writing and interpersonal skills
  • Energetic, self-motivated, flexible, and adaptable with a sense of humor; and
  • Commitment to Carnegie Mellon University’s mission
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Associate Dean, ECC Resume Examples & Samples

  • Effective supervisory practices and techniques, employee-employer relationships, and the management of a unit
  • The principles of planning, managing, and directing committees and program related activities
  • Administrative, personnel, and fiscal management
  • University and system-wide infrastructure, policies and procedures
  • Fluency in the use of standard office equipment and computer software such as Microsoft Word, Excel, Outlook, Power Point and database management
  • Provide leadership in solving a wide range of problems and to develop practicable and thorough solutions, using effective communication and listening skills
  • Apply discretion with confidential and highly sensitive communications
  • Work with campus senior leadership and a broad range of internal and external audiences
  • Apply a variety of complex policies and procedures, and identify deviations from applicable policies
  • Research and apply CSU and campus policies and procedures
  • Handle multiple work priorities, organize and plan work projects
  • Write and verbally communicate clearly with awareness of the audience
  • Establish and maintain cooperative working relationships with a diverse population of faculty, staff, and students
  • Work collaboratively and collegiately with personnel at all levels and coordinate activities among them
  • Promote diversity related ideas and initiatives
  • Collect and analyze data/information, draw conclusions from the analysis and make recommendations
  • Travel for participation in system-wide meetings or other affiliated meetings
  • The duties of this position will include participation in a decision that may have a material/financial benefit to the incumbent. Therefore, this is a “designated position” under the California State University’s Conflict of Interest Code and the incumbent will be required to file a Form 700: Statement of Economic Interest and is subject to the regulations of the Fair Political Practices Commission
  • A background check (including a criminal records check) must be completed satisfactorily before any candidate can be offered a position with the CSU. Failure to satisfactorily complete the background check may affect the application status of applicants or continued employment of current CSU employees who apply for the position. This is considered a sensitive position. Current CSU, Chico employees are subject to a background check (including a criminal record check) if voluntarily moving into a sensitive position, regardless of any background checks previously conducted
  • Throughout employment in this position incumbent must maintain a valid California Driver’s License as well continued completion and compliance of the CSU Defensive Driver’s Training course
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Associate Dean Resume Examples & Samples

  • 50% Instruction and 50% Administrative; administrative duties include
  • Building academic schedules and enforcing academic programs
  • Oversees and works closely with college academic advisor
  • Assisting in directing graduate education, have signatory authority, oversee graduate faculty nominations, act as college liaison to the Grad School and Graduate Council
  • Chair ABET College Committee
  • Overseeing the college Graduate Committee, advise all departments and programs regarding graduate curricula modifications
  • Oversee programs regarding undergraduate curricula modifications
  • Coordinating with the Dean on all logistics related to the annual college Awards Convocation and Recognition ceremonies
  • Overseeing and facilitating catalog revisions
  • Working with Dean and Engineering Advisory Council to strengthen ties to engineering community; develop new degree programs; assist in the creation of workforce training as necessary; work with Delgado to ensure smooth transition of students (2-3 program)
  • Coordinating Faculty Council and other committee appointees
  • Oversee college probation, pre-engineering-to-engineering moves, and all other college-wide student academic issues
  • Other duties as assigned by the Dean
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Associate Dean Resume Examples & Samples

  • Collaborating and communicating with administration, faculty and staff within and across the University, the region, and nationally to facilitate the development and sustainability of clinical sites that support our educational mission
  • Collaborating with the Director of Corporate and External Relations in operationalizing the strategic direction of clinical partnerships with the School
  • Executing programmatic and fiscal responsibilities with partnering institutions and programs supporting non-degree granting and certificate programs
  • Developing strategic planning processes for the development of non-degree granting certificate and continuing education programs
  • Providing oversight of innovative clinical partnerships such as dedicated educational units, joint residency programs and accountable care units and integrated faculty practice models
  • Collaborating with program leadership to identify und pursue opportunities for extramural funding to support clinical/academic partnerships
  • Collaborating with the Associate Dean for Academic Advancement in the design of school and community-wide offerings to advance knowledge of educational trends and emerging areas of care delivery
  • Facilitating grantsmanship of faculty in developing plans for clinical practice innovations and partnerships and assisting in the dissemination of knowledge gleaned from academic practice partnerships
  • Developing strong working relationships with the Development and Alumni Relations office to identify, publicize and promote programs, faculty, students, and events related to clinical/academic partnerships
  • Serving as an expert representative of the School, able to articulate its mission, vision and values across the campus and outside the University
  • May include teaching responsibilities in area of expertise
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Smu-associate Dean Resume Examples & Samples

  • Excellent interpersonal skills. Dynamic team player and collaborator at all levels within the organization
  • Runs effective meetings
  • Excellent project management skills under tight timelines/budgets
  • Creates, interprets, and implements financial/operational policies and procedures
  • Analyzes data and prepare reports
  • Supervisory, leadership, and evaluation skills
  • Maintains strict confidentiality in all situations
  • Bachelor's degree in finance or business related field required. MBA or equivalent strongly preferred
  • Minimum of five years administrative, fiscal or management experience (in higher education preferred)
  • Experience with improving existing processes/systems
  • Experience supervising and developing staff
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Associate Dean for Diversity & Inclusion Resume Examples & Samples

  • Develop and implement both strategic and operational plans for the identification, tracking and recruitment of individuals who will enhance the diversity of the entire SEAS pipeline
  • Partnering with other office such as the Graduate School and the Office of the Dean of the Faculty as appropriate
  • Oversee the training of those responsible for evaluating applicants at each stage in the pipeline. Support, track, and monitor retention and completion
  • Collaboratively partner with colleagues in the Graduate School, Office of the Dean of the College, Vice President for Campus Life, Career Services and Office of the Provost and across academic departments units to create sustainable programming that provides opportunities for education, mentoring, training and social engagement
  • Collect, track, analyze, and present data related to diversity initiatives and climate. Provide regular feedback to faculty, staff, and students on the effectiveness of the School's efforts
  • Monitor and track peer and national trends and seek benchmarks for success including suggestions for continual improvement
  • Support the allocation of resources to students, faculty members, administrative units, research groups, and academic departments to advanced diversity-related activities
  • Serve as a liaison and advisor to faculty, administrators, and student groups. Facilitates efforts in academic departments to strengthen an inclusive campus climate
  • Engage with prospective applicants, alumni, faculty members, community members and staff as a visible and accessible member of SEAS Office of the Dean
  • Identify potential sources of funding for diversity programs, generate support data, and write proposals to secure funding, including sponsored research diversity supplements
  • Organize communications and programming efforts related to diversity and inclusion, including through event planning and the development of content for the web and social media
  • An advanced degree and at least 7 years of relevant professional experience is required for this position. PhD preferred
  • Demonstrated commitment and successful track record on diversity and inclusivity with a broad knowledge of equity-related topics (Affirmative Action, Title IX, the American with Disabilities Act, etc.)
  • Strong quantitative, analytical, and presentation skills; excellent oral and written communication skills
  • Excellent attention to detail, strong problem-solving skills, the ability to use discretion when handling confidential and sensitive information
  • Ability to build and maintain effective relationships and ability to collaborate with a wide-variety of constituencies for teamwork and consensus building
  • Demonstrated leadership ability and ability to work independently on concurrent projects under the pressure of multiple deadlines. Ability to thrive in a dynamic environment
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Executive Associate Dean Resume Examples & Samples

  • Education/Experience:+ Graduate degree plus ten years related experience and/or training. A terminal degree will substitute for 2 years of experience
  • Doctorate (JD, PhD, EdD)
  • Demonstrated effective administrative experience
  • Knowledge and specific experience with drafting and reviewing institutional and school policies
  • Demonstrated effective management of faculty and student issues at the system, university and school level
  • Demonstrated management of compliance and quality management at the university and school level
  • Demonstrated experience and effective management of the internal and external contracting process from development to execution
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Associate Dean of Student Affairs Resume Examples & Samples

  • Strong leadership and strategic management skills
  • Experience managing people
  • Ability to establish credibility and effective working relationships across organization. This includes the ability to work constructively with faculty and staff, as well as with students at all levels of our programs
  • Demonstrated ability to work collaboratively
  • Demonstrated experience with significant and complex budgetary/financial management
  • We are unable to provide Sponsorship for this position
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Associate Dean of Academic Affairs Resume Examples & Samples

  • Coordinate faculty hiring process with AD’s and Human Resources well in advance of class starts. Consult with HR in posting, screening, interviewing and recommending qualified candidates
  • Provide input and participate in the evaluations of AD’s
  • Provide administrative supervision in the registration, advising and clearance of students and assures compliance with accreditation and licensing requirements
  • Knowledge
  • Abilities
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Associate Dean of Student Life Resume Examples & Samples

  • Responsible for the Office of Student Life, including budgets, operations and for coordinating the leadership team, consisting of the Director of Student Life, and the Assistant Deans
  • Serve as an advocate for the needs and interests of medical students in informal and formal situations. This includes, but is not limited to the following
  • Terminal degree (M.D., D.O., Ph.D.)
  • Must have (or the eligibility to have) an associate professor faculty appointment at an accredited School of Medicine
  • Five or more years of experience working at an Academic Medical Center
  • Demonstrated medical student teaching and mentoring experience
  • Comprehensive knowledge, research, or experience of Student Affairs functions
  • Supervisory and Leadership experience
  • Experience working in a higher education institution with faculty, staff, and students, or in a clinic, hospital or academic medical environment
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Associate Dean for Special Collections Resume Examples & Samples

  • 30% Administration of Special Collections
  • Leads and supervises staff and faculty
  • Builds collections in the areas of manuscripts, rare book, LLMVC books, and university archives
  • Solicits gifts, grants, and other external support
  • Collaborates with state and national entities
  • 30% Outreach
  • Designs and delivers public services
  • Enhances and increases instruction, classroom integration, and faculty research support
  • Increases use and visibility of facility and services
  • Proves strategic leadership for events and exhibits
  • 30% Digital development
  • Develops a strategy for significantly enhanced digitization and born-digital library development relating to Special Collections
  • Develops a strategy for enhanced digital access to existing collections
  • Increases support for multi-media content
  • Builds capacity for digital exhibit development
  • Contributes to Libraries’ digital humanities/digital scholarship efforts
  • 10% Faculty role
  • Produces research, creative work, and service in keeping with the faculty requirements of Louisiana State University
  • Master’s degree from an ALA-accredited program
  • A minimum of five years of progressively responsible experience in a special collections library, archives, or major historical society, including significant supervisory experience
  • Demonstrated understanding of, and receptiveness to, the application of technology in the service of special collections
  • Experience writing and administering grants. Familiarity with preservation methodologies including both analog and digital materials
  • Ability to meet tenure and promotion requirements as evidenced by a record of research, publication, and professional service
  • A Ph.D. in a relevant discipline
  • Certification from the Academy of Certified Archivists
  • Successful fundraising experience
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Associate Dean & Director Stanford Summer Session Resume Examples & Samples

  • Thoroughly conversant with the habits of a university scholarly community,
  • Understand faculty and student relations, university administrative procedures, and financial planning and budget management,
  • Have the skill to evaluate Summer Session program and to propose new programs that incorporate the academic and cultural values of Summer Session and are financially viable,
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills and be able to build partnerships with faculty and representatives from other Stanford programs,
  • Represent Stanford University to other universities in the United States and internationally
  • Demonstrated leadership and supervisory skills including conflict resolution
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SOE Associate Dean Resume Examples & Samples

  • Ensure academic offerings are aligned with professional standards and employer needs
  • Oversee the audit and validation of academic offerings, program design, and course content and outcome assessment to lead to stated certification/licensure where applicable
  • Oversee and manage the development, revision, and monitoring of all academic offerings
  • Build collaborative relationships with national and state accrediting bodies and align curriculum as appropriate to meet accreditation and other professional standards
  • Lead efforts to ensure appropriate academic offering accreditations and/or licensures are obtained and maintained
  • Execute school CAEP accreditation efforts in support of ongoing accreditation efforts
  • Lead and manage academic course offerings and scheduling of faculty and resources
  • Utilize analytics and evidence-based management to develop and execute actions that drive continuous quality improvement practices in learner success, teaching, mentoring and faculty-learner engagement, academic quality, and curricula development
  • Promote pedagogical innovation
  • Assure alignment of content-competency-competency assessment
  • Demonstrated ability to build cross-functional leadership capacity in the school by hiring, mentoring and coaching profession teams and/or faculty while maintaining positive connections with remote faculty and learners
  • Demonstrated
  • Organizational skills applicable to operational and logistical tasks
  • Ability to work within a for-profit setting where integrated (matrixed) academic-business culture characterizes the daily work environment
  • Commitment to academic excellence; ability to advance the quality and content of programs, courses and initiatives
  • Ability to nurture professional relationships through outreach, collaboration and goodwill
  • Team-based and virtual leadership skills; (both within and across the schools) able to articulate and model Capella’s core values: ethical, compassionate, creative, communicative and energetic
  • Leadership experience in higher education settings (i.e. Assistant Dean, Department Chair, Division Chair, Director, etc. preferably in on-line, graduate school environment)
  • Leadership experience in P-12 education (within the last 10 years as a preference, but can be less recent as a requirement): grade-team leader; Teacher Leader/Coach; Asst. Principal; Principal, Asst. Superintendent, Superintendent, School Board Member; Department Chair of elementary, middle, or high school; Special Education Leader; Curriculum Coordinator or Director; etc
  • Experience working in a remote employee environment as a collaborative member of cross-functional business teams
  • PhD, EdD (terminal degree) in Education, Education Management, P-12 Studies, Research Methods, Organizational Management (with a master’s in Ed), Curriculum and Instruction, Teacher Leadership, Education Technology Leadership, etc
  • Master’s degree in education, which led to state P12 teaching licensure, advanced teaching/learning, or education leadership and administration
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Associate Dean, Academic Affairs Resume Examples & Samples

  • Collaborates with the SPS academic leadership team, SPS faculty, and the distance learning department, to identify new, innovative educational opportunities that increase the SPS portfolio of academic offerings; oversees market research and analysis of economic and workforce development needs to evaluate viability of new offerings; develops and submits proposals for new academic programs
  • Leads the academic teams in developing annual strategic plans and fiscal budgets designed to sustain quality instruction in all educational activity; monitors and approves existing curriculum revisions; recommends changes in policies and procedures to improve the quality of the academic experience
  • Provides leadership and management on a daily basis for planning, scheduling, delivery and maintenance of program assessment, activity and accreditation efforts
  • Partners with faculty and department directors at other Northwestern University schools, departments and units to deliver undergraduate and certificate programs, including online offerings that reflect the academic quality of the programs at Northwestern University
  • Serves on the Strategic Planning, Administrative Council and the Academic Program Planning Committees
  • Advises applicable staff, faculty and advisory boards about teaching pedagogy, including distance learning, and the appropriate technologies to support instructional design
  • Organizes and delegates the support staff structure and duties, providing general supervision of staff; formally approves all hiring, promotion and termination of academic departmental staff
  • Successful completion of a full course of study in an accredited college or university leading to a PhD; OR appropriate combination of education and experience
  • Five to seven years of senior leadership experience in higher education, including management of staff and in-depth knowledge of academic planning policies, procedures, administration and budgeting of academic programs
  • Evidence of developing and implementing successful, innovative program and course offerings in a higher education environment
  • Demonstrated experience in long-term strategic and financial planning
  • Comprehensive knowledge of pedagogy, instructional design, and distance learning in higher education
  • Understanding of the national and regional landscapes of continuing education, including trends and issues that significantly impact the field
  • Entrepreneurial and collaborative leadership style; experience working with faculty, students and administrators
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Associate Dean of Development Resume Examples & Samples

  • Provide overall strategic leadership for development and alumni relations
  • Develop and execute effective strategies as required to obtain and maintain private sector funding support for the School’s priorities while continuing the growth of private funding from individuals, alumni, corporations and foundations
  • Lead the evaluation, cultivation, solicitation and stewardship of significant prospects and donors
  • Manage a staff of professional fundraisers and support personnel in annual work-planning and goal-setting process; implementation evaluate progress accordingly
  • Manage and oversee all alumni relations activities. Coordinate, as appropriate, with the University’s alumni relations program to develop and implement an outreach strategy to engage and involve constituents in supporting the school
  • Manage the School’s capital campaign, ensuring that fiscal goals and priorities are achieved
  • In concert with the Dean, establish future campaign priorities and budgets – both school specific and collaborative efforts with other divisions of JHU
  • Lead efforts to identify and develop prospect pipeline, engaging academic leaders and key volunteers in the process
  • Develop campaign themes, outreach and communications strategies
  • Manage a portfolio of more than 50 major and principal gift prospects
  • Actively participate in the School’s leadership team led by the Dean. Work closely with the Dean to develop private support and priorities for the School
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Associate Dean, General Studies Resume Examples & Samples

  • Manages general studies curricula and instructional staff at a campus
  • Ensures proper instruction and delivery of curricula, and ensures that the learning environment meets the curricula requirements
  • Communicates performance expectations to instructional staff, monitors performance (including conducting classroom observations), analyzes key performance indicators, provides coaching and feedback, evaluates performance and recommends corrective actions
  • Facilitates faculty concern resolution
  • Assists Dean in the creation of academic goals and objectives for the campuses’ Institutional Effectiveness Plan. Develops and coaches faculty in the achievement of goals and objectives
  • Makes recommendations to the Dean regarding the selection, retention, and assignment/scheduling of general studies faculty
  • Manages orientation, training and development of general studies faculty
  • Completes professional development activities to maintain subject matter expertise in accordance with standards and/or as assigned
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Associate Dean for Religious Life Resume Examples & Samples

  • Acute pastoral sensitivity and discretion
  • Ordination or professional religious training in a recognized faith community
  • We wish to diversify our existing team, and therefore have a preference for appointing a Muslim who, in addition to the duties noted below in the job description and shared with the Dean and Associate Deans, will also be able to work alongside the Muslim student community, especially in the area of worship (for which our interfaith chapel is used), and partner with the Director of the Markaz Center in providing pastoral care and programming for that community
  • Experience in a role of religious leadership. Thorough understanding and performance of ritual and ritual practices
  • Demonstrated effectiveness in leading public worship (including religious teaching/preaching), in moderation of discussions, and in intelligent presentations of religious, spiritual and societal questions and challenges
  • Enthusiasm and capacity for working imaginatively with people of diverse cultural backgrounds and religious traditions
  • Demonstrated effectiveness in counsel, support, and inspiration of young adults
  • Knowledge of multiple religious traditions
  • Ability to work independently, complete assignments, accomplish administrative tasks, and exercise sound judgment in determining priorities
  • *The final candidate will need to successfully pass a background check to be considered for this position
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Associate Dean for Faculty & Academic Affairs Resume Examples & Samples

  • Strategic Management of Faculty Resources
  • A powerful attraction and commitment to the purpose and values of the College of William & Mary, including the ability to embrace and articulate what differentiates the Mason School of Business from its peers
  • A proven scholarly research capability and professional connections
  • Experience leading or participating in program assessment
  • Experience with a variety of faculty personnel matters, including tenure, promotion, and renewal
  • Outstanding verbal and written communication skills, including facility and ease in public speaking, the ability to engage and command the attention and respect of various external audiences
  • A persuasive, diplomatic, and collaborative style necessary to build and maintain constructive alliances with a wide variety of people; political savvy to navigate the College environment and forge alliances with the other schools within it; qualities that exemplify a naturally consultative and respectful colleague, with a high degree of personal grace and good humor
  • Evidence that s/he is a skilled manager, capable of focused, decisive action and leading by persuasion; as well as an understanding of finance and marketing communications
  • Experience in a business school environment and extensive knowledge of program offerings at a nationally competitive level; ability to contribute to the strategic plan of the School and execute on that strategy
  • Resourcefulness and initiative; a bias for action and an orientation towards measurable results; and,
  • A dynamic personality and abundant energy to inspire young minds
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Associate Dean for Academic Affairs Resume Examples & Samples

  • Collaborate with members of the college senior leadership team to recommend, establish, implement and maintain policies and procedures to facilitate an excellent engineering-based medical curriculum
  • Facilitate the planning, administration, evaluation, and continuous improvement of the academic programs of the college; oversee compliance with relevant LCME standards
  • Foster diversity in the faculty, staff, and student ranks; support and encourage positive inter-professional relationships bridging the college’s private/public organization and its missions
  • Cultivate positive relationships with community health partners and support unique college partnerships with industry or other business partners and foundations
  • Collaborate with the Faculty Executive Committee and Executive Associate Dean on issues related to strategic planning and goals
  • Support recruitment, retention, and development of Carle Illinois College of Medicine faculty; and oversee the establishment and implementation of college policies and procedures supporting the campus’s principles of shared governance
  • Oversee planning for faculty service, including faculty hiring, training and development, policies and procedures for annual evaluation for faculty merit, faculty promotion, and review for indefinite tenure
  • Collaborate with Directors/Heads/Chairs on matters related to managing faculty workloads, faculty development, support of research, and support for faculty promotion and tenure
  • Oversee development of goals, assignment of specific responsibilities and projects, and evaluation of personnel in employment categories other than faculty within the Associate Dean’s portfolio to ensure duties are performed per college standards and for the purpose of merit increases and career advancement
  • Collaborate with the Associate Dean for Finance and Administration and other members of the college senior leadership team on issues related to budget review and planning related to curriculum, faculty, space allocation and management
  • Oversee assessments, including student progress, curriculum content and delivery, and faculty effectiveness, to identify strengths, weaknesses, and opportunities for operational effectiveness
  • Foster excellence in programs that enable/facilitate student success, collaborating with the Associate Dean for Student Affairs on issues related to retention efforts, tutoring services, and facilitator skills development
  • Recommend and work to establish, implement, and maintain policies and procedures supporting high academic standards. In consultation with other members of the college senior leadership team, develop a faculty handbook that supports University and Carle policies and procedures, including matters unique to the Carle Illinois College of Medicine; ensure the college faculty and staff handbook and student handbook partner as useful resources
  • Oversee development of curriculum schedules
  • In collaboration with the Associate Dean for Student Affairs, share oversight of data collection, analysis and interpretation of effectiveness in areas within the portfolio of Academic and Student Affairs
  • Develop, promote and mentor innovative teaching methods affiliated with the Carle Illinois College of Medicine’s engineering-based medical curriculum and Graduate Medical Education
  • Oversee the mentoring of faculty new to the college curriculum delivery. Oversee college faculty development programs and provide support on faculty and academic matters including evaluative feedback to faculty and review for promotion and tenure, where applicable
  • Oversee the hiring, training and development, and review/evaluation of the small group facilitators
  • In collaboration with the Associate Dean for Clinical Affairs, facilitate reviews of the Clinical Sciences and the Biomedical Sciences and Engineering areas per campus and college policies and procedures
  • Provide leadership in the LCME self-study development, coordinate information to be sharing with college stakeholders related to continued accreditation of the Carle Illinois College of Medicine
  • At least five years of professional experience working in administrative management at an accredited medical school or equivalent academic leadership experience is required. Such experiences include academic planning and management; coordinating medical school and clinical operations, faculty planning, hiring, development and retention, promotion and tenure matters
  • The excellent candidate will have experience that points to a thorough knowledge of the principles and practices of medical education and academic affairs in an accredited medical school environment
  • The excellent candidate will provide evidence of strong leadership skills that include setting priorities, creative problem solving, making decisions in ambiguous situations, strength in communication and inclusion within a private/public collaborative environment
  • This position requires the ability to communicate effectively, both verbally and in writing, and the ability to solve problems, think creatively, and resolve conflicts. An excellent candidate will have strong interpersonal skills with the ability to cultivate collaborative relationships
  • Strong familiarity with budgeting, accounting, strategically forecasting and managing resources and knowledge of procurement principles in a research-oriented public academic institution, as well as other knowledge required to oversee responsibilities of the position is required
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Senior Associate Dean for Academic Affairs Resume Examples & Samples

  • Doctorate in Nursing, Public Health, Education or a related field, in addition to a graduate degree in nursing
  • Eight to ten years of senior administrative leadership experience in higher education
  • Ability to obtain an unencumbered license in the District of Columbia and Virginia is required, as is the willingness and ability to travel between Washington, DC and Ashburn, VA campuses
  • History of sustained excellence in teaching, clinical practice, and evidence of scholarly achievement, including research funding, refereed publications, and national/international professional presentations
  • Demonstrated evidence of significant professional engagement in work at the national level related to nursing education or research
  • Experience working collaboratively and effectively with faculty, students, administration, and staff
  • Demonstrated ability to advance the university’s and school’s commitment to diversity and inclusion through research, teaching, and outreach with relevant program, goals, and activities
  • Flexible and adaptable working style and the ability to organize, prioritize and manage multiple tasks and competing deadlines
  • And experience setting, implementing, monitoring and evaluating academic priorities and initiatives
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Associate Dean / Director of Admission Resume Examples & Samples

  • Demonstrated strategic leadership, planning and change management skills with ability to work effectively and collaboratively in a dynamic and very demanding environment while applying in-depth knowledge and experience in the admission field to new and challenging situations on a regular basis
  • Demonstrated ability to make challenging, highly selective decisions about the admission of freshman and transfer students while balancing and interweaving the stated goals of Stanford University
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills. Advanced financial expertise in, budget planning and financial forecasting
  • Exceptional interpersonal, negotiation and political acumen skills. Able to influence people, solve problems, trouble shoot, think creatively and resolve conflicts
  • Expert analytical and problem solving skills
  • Strong knowledge of industry standards, trends and/or regulatory requirements
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Associate Dean of Students & Director Resume Examples & Samples

  • Strong analytical skills to review and analyze complex financial information
  • Demonstrated experience managing people
  • Demonstrated ability to work collaboratively and effectively with a diverse community of faculty, staff and students
  • An ability to oversee a wide variety of initiatives, to define problems and to propose and implement solutions, while being able to set and readjust often to competing priorities is critical to success in this position
  • Must possess diplomacy, tact and the ability to manage confidential student information with discretion
  • Knowledge of and sensitivity to the undergraduate and graduate experience in a selective, demanding residential university is required
  • Demonstrated ability to be analytical in the process of assessing a situation and rendering sound, unbiased judgments
  • Must possess excellent independent judgment, as errors in judgment could have significant legal implications
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K-rd Grade Associate Dean Resume Examples & Samples

  • Collaborate with the Dean of Students in the refinement and execution of the K-8 Culture Vision
  • Support teachers in building relationships with students and parents; implement parental involvement plan in collaboration with Assistant Principal
  • Supervise school entry, breakfast, lunch, transitions, and dismissal to ensure they are orderly and positive
  • In coordination with the Operations Team and Grade Level Chairs, ensure effective field trips, school events, and extracurricular activities
  • Model KIPP MA core values and character strengths at all times
  • Communicate clearly and promptly with teachers, families, and students when discipline issues occur
  • Demonstrated success in raising the achievement levels of traditionally under-served students (preferred)
  • Following the video interview, the KIPP MA team will invite qualified candidates to an in person interview day at a KIPP MA school
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Th-th Grade Associate Dean Resume Examples & Samples

  • Coordinate and support recognition assemblies, parent workshops, community events, and other culture-building activities
  • Assist the Founding Dean of Students, Behavioral Interventionist and other Associate Deans, teachers, students, and parents in the implementation of the school-wide Professionalism System, Cub Clip System and the Student Support Team
  • Reinforce the effective use of the school-wide behavior plan, including the school’s merit and rubric systems
  • Monitor behavioral pull-out, detentions, KAB Service Tasks, Truancy School, and in-school suspensions
  • Maintain accurate student discipline records; document conferences, suspensions, and phone calls for behavior
  • At least two years of teaching experience (strongly preferred)
  • The KIPP MA Recruitment Team will select candidates to complete a video interview to allow us to learn more about your goals and experiences. If selected, you will receive an email from the KIPP MA team with a link to the interview questions and instructions for uploading your answers
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Associate Dean Resume Examples & Samples

  • Candidate must have held or currently hold a tenured position at an accredited higher educational institution in an education discipline or the equivalent
  • Knowledge of California credentialing policies and procedures
  • Experience with California state accreditation
  • Earned Ph.D. or Ed.D from an accredited college or university in a field or discipline relevant to the College of Education
  • A record of excellence in teaching and scholarly achievement commensurate with appointment at the rank of Full Professor with tenure in a College of Education or related unit
  • A minimum of three years of successful leadership or supervisory experience
  • Successful leadership and staff supervisory experience at the level of department chair or program coordinator
  • Demonstrated ability to foster and promote an environment supportive of a diverse and collegial student body, faculty, staff
  • Demonstrated commitment to the College and University mission and values
  • Ability to represent the College effectively in the university and the community
  • Ability to use technology effectively to manage budgets, enrollments, class schedules, and space planning
  • Knowledge of CSU system and SFSU campus policies and procedures
  • Experience writing grant proposals and administering grants
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Senior Associate Dean Resume Examples & Samples

  • Provides oversight for the approximately $5 million division budget; prioritize funding requests and resource reallocations
  • Provide leadership, vision, and direct administrative oversight for the Office of Courses and Curricula, First Year Inquiry Programs, the Quality Enhancement Program (TH!NK), Global Perspectives Certificate program, Health and Exercise Studies, and Air Force, Army, and Naval ROTC programs. Also, providing administrative leadership for the Assistant Dean of Academic Advising Services (Exploratory Studies), the Director of the Honors and Scholars Programs, the Office of Fellowship Advising, and the Director of Undergraduate Research
  • Provide administrative oversight for NC State’s on-campus and UNC system participation in undergraduate research initiatives
  • Lead and evaluate senior and unit directors who oversee approximately 60 permanent and 100+ seasonal, temporary, undergraduate and graduate student employees; recommend salary adjustments, and provide general oversight and vision
  • Serve as the administrative liaison of the Vice Chancellor and Dean to the following committees: University Courses and Curriculum Committee, Council on Undergraduate Education and the Academic Associate Deans Council
  • Coordinate strategic and internal planning processes to align them with needs assessments and budgeting priorities
  • Provide administrative leadership for numerous undergraduate educational curricula, academic policy, and regulations
  • Coordinate external relations and outreach for the University College and the Division of Academic and Student Affairs (e.g., proposal writing, public relations, and marketing)
  • Oversee and help to streamline processes throughout the division
  • Serve on or chair numerous search, administrative, and special interest committees across campus
  • Represent the Vice Chancellor and Dean at various functions across campus and throughout the community
  • Experience in accreditation and assessment
  • Commitment to developing campus and community partnerships and alliance
  • Ability to work collaboratively with administrators, faculty, staff, students and community partners
  • Demonstrated commitment to promoting diversity and ability to work effectively with diverse populations
  • Successful demonstrated experience developing and leading programs to support deciding students and other students in transition within a university culture
  • Demonstrated ability to plan, develop and implement complex strategic goals and program initiatives
  • Demonstrated experience and professional interest in advancing issues related to undergraduate student success
  • Knowledge of and engagement with national trends and issues in education
  • Excellent interpersonal communication and management skills
  • Demonstrated commitment to student retention and academic and developmental success
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Associate Dean of Libraries Resume Examples & Samples

  • Master’s degree from an ALA-accredited program or a post-graduate degree in a related field
  • Ten years of progressively responsible experience, five of which should be in a leadership role in an academic or research library or similar institution or an equivalent combination of education and experience
  • Experience with the acquisition and/or management of library information resources
  • Demonstrated experience with management of materials budgets and allocations within a complex resource structure of public and private resources
  • Demonstrated knowledge of contemporary practices and trends for managing collections of all kinds in research libraries
  • Demonstrated awareness of major trends in higher education, scholarship, and research libraries
  • Project management experience, including team leadership of individuals and groups with direct responsibility for program development and successful project completion
  • Second master’s degree or Ph.D. in any discipline
  • Formal project management training
  • Grant development and management experience
  • Demonstrated interpersonal skills encompassing the ability to interact with a variety of colleagues and levels of staff
  • Data analysis skills, including the ability to organize, present, and analyze financial and usage data
  • Demonstrated ability to work effectively and collaboratively to develop productive partnerships within and across organizations
  • Ability to use technology in creative ways to solve problems and create efficiencies
  • Demonstrated ability to work collaboratively in a complex and culturally diverse higher education organization
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Associate Dean of Enrollment Management Resume Examples & Samples

  • Master’s degree in business, higher education or a related field
  • Demonstrated knowledge, competence and significant experience in enrollment management, admissions or financial aid
  • 5-7 years enrollment management experience showing progressive responsibility preferred
  • Previous supervisory experience managing professional and student staff
  • Experiences with production of a variety of media, particularly social media and print publications
  • Excellent communication skills in person and in writing, and the ability to speak publicly
  • A proven track record implementing data driven strategies
  • Ability to formulate and articulate policies, procedures, expectations, and practices
  • Strong analytical, problem solving, mathematical/statistical, time management and organizational skills
  • Should possess high energy, attention to detail, and the ability to organize effectively
  • Ability to use technology efficiently and appropriately
  • A valid driver’s license and the ability to travel and work nights and weekends as necessary
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Associate Dean, Natural Resume Examples & Samples

  • Evenly balance an administrative (6 units per semester) and teaching load (6 units per semester) for the academic year. An area of expertise in the natural and social sciences is preferred
  • Support and implement professional development activities for faculty
  • Support faculty responsible for teaching in the natural and social sciences
  • Work under the general supervision of the Dean
  • Doctorate or terminal degree (preferred)
  • Demonstrated leadership experience
  • Technology, multimedia, and distance education experience
  • Ability to work effectively with others in an academic environment
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Associate Dean for Undergraduate Affairs Resume Examples & Samples

  • The primary responsibilities of the associate dean will be to grow, oversee and maintain the quality of the undergraduate programs
  • The associate dean will coordinate all accreditation efforts for the undergraduate programs (7 programs accredited by the EAC and CAC of ABET and 1 program accredited by ATMAE)
  • Certify candidates for the BS degree within the college
  • Oversee operation of the Javelina Engineering Student
  • The successful candidate must possess an earned Doctorate in an engineering discipline from a regionally accredited institution or university
  • Qualify for appointment at the rank of Professor (or Associate Professor) in an appropriate department of the college
  • Have a distinguished record of performance in teaching at all levels
  • Candidate must have at least 18 graduate hours for each area that they will teach
  • Have proven experience in promoting undergraduate research and associated service
  • Possess a strong record of academic administrative experience
  • Possess strong entrepreneurial skills
  • Demonstrate successful experience in development activities and collaboration with industry and funding
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Associate Dean Resume Examples & Samples

  • PhD in a field represented by a college that exists on the OSU-Corvallis campus
  • A scholarship record that warrants tenure on the OSU-Corvallis campus at the rank of Associate Professor
  • Successful academic leadership and administrative experience
  • Effective and collaborative communication across multiple disciplines
  • The vision and creativity to participate effectively in strategic planning
  • Demonstrated commitment to promoting and enhancing diversity
  • Full professor or significant progression towards full professor as determined by OSU-Corvallis standards
  • Experience working with an expanding campus or a branch campus
  • 1) CV
  • 2) A cover letter indicating how your qualifications and experience have prepared you for this position
  • 3) The names of at least three professional references, their e-mail addresses and telephone numbers
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Associate Dean, Faculty Resume Examples & Samples

  • Conducts classroom, lab and Learning Management Systems (LMS) observations
  • Serves as liaison between campus LAS faculty and national Chamberlain College of Nursing (CCN) leadership on matters related to LAS courses offered both online and on-ground
  • Establishes a campus Safety Committee and serves as the Chair
  • Maintains science classroom and preparation facilities
  • Ensures regular meetings of LAS faculty to facilitate communication and participation in planning, implementing and evaluation of the curriculum
  • Communicates with academic committees (national or campus) to ensure appropriate goals and projects are implemented
  • Monitors and advances student success
  • Conducts annual individual performance evaluation of the faculty
  • Ensures LAS classes adhere to the scheduling requirements of the campus within the established budgetary parameters
  • Shares feedback on course objectives and content - gained from students, faculty, and other staff members - with appropriate leadership for quality improvement of the curriculum
  • Ensures meaningful assessment of student achievement, e.g., exams, projects, cases, occurs at the end of each course and for continuous course improvement that meet course objectives
  • Master’s degree, doctorate preferred (from regionally accredited institution) in a natural science discipline
  • Minimum of two years of experience teaching Sciences at the Bachelor level or above
  • Strong interpersonal, organizational and conflict resolution skills
  • Ability to interact with all levels: Student, faculty and staff
  • Ability to lead, direct and supervise faculty
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Associate Dean Resume Examples & Samples

  • Budget and Finance: Work with the Dean to develop and manage state-side budget allocation model and oversee financial processes (e.g., purchasing, travel, temporary faculty contracts, etc.) of both state and foundation accounts
  • Enrollment and Scheduling: Based on strategic priorities, work with Academic Affairs and department chairs to plan and monitor enrollment targets, FTES goals and capacity of bottleneck courses
  • Workload and Attendance Reporting: Manage payroll and oversee time and attendance reporting; oversee temporary faculty hiring and contracts; and monitor faculty workload obligations/reporting
  • Space and Facilities: Monitor space utilization and manage allocation for instruction and research; coordinate infrastructure and technology support; oversee general maintenance, equipment/technology purchases and space renovations; and manage code compliance and emergency planning
  • Staff: Develop and maintain staff position descriptions; hire staff; conduct annual evaluations; manage staff development; allocate work and supervise dean's office staff on a day-to-day basis; and serve as the liaison with HR on staff issues. Acts as HEERA manager
  • Student-Related Matters: Supervise advising and career counseling activities; evaluate student petitions and appeals; oversee student events (e.g., recruitment, orientation and commencement); and work with chairs to address student academic issues
  • Student Success: Provide leadership within the College for the college-based Student Success team; provide oversight for the Individual Academic Plan (IAP) submission and approval process as well as Early Alerts; and utilize cross-divisional resources to support student success and graduation. The college-based team will be dedicated to providing a wide range of services that are designed to increase persistence and graduation rates, eliminate URM and Pell-eligible gaps, and ensure that students meet their goal of timely graduation
  • Earned doctorate from an accredited institution in a field appropriate to one of the Departments in the College of Science
  • Must have achieved tenure or have a record to support tenure, based on effective teaching, scholarship, and service that merits appointment at the full professor level in the College
  • Three or more years of successful administrative experience (equivalent to experience gained as a department chair) related to the duties and responsibilities of this position
  • Demonstrated knowledge of academic regulations, processes, and policies
  • Demonstrable management, problem-solving, and personal interaction skills
  • Demonstrated ability to manage a budget
  • Demonstrated experience in and/or commitment to supporting a diverse, multicultural community
  • Professional experience in one of the disciplines represented by the College
  • Demonstrated commitment to serve the mission of a comprehensive public university
  • A letter of interest that explains in detail and, where possible, provides examples of how the candidate meets the qualifications specified in this announcement
  • A current curriculum vitae
  • A Student Success Statement about the candidate’s experiences when working with a diverse student population
  • A university application obtained via the Employment Opportunities website (http://www.cpp.edu/~faculty-affairs/documents/acad%20application%202014.pdf)
  • Three references (including titles, addresses, telephone numbers and e-mail addresses) who can provide assessments of the candidate’s professional experience, accomplishments and prospect for success in this position
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Associate Dean Resume Examples & Samples

  • Doctorate degree required
  • An innovator, collaborator, and strategist with a deep understanding of both the opportunities and challenges that are emerging in the rapidly evolving teaching and learning landscape
  • A proven track record as an administrator, substantive experience as a teacher of a discipline within higher education including online education, a strong appreciation of the faculty role in a research university, and the ability to gain the confidence of faculty in order to catalyze support and enthusiasm for advancing the educational mission of the university
  • Outstanding communication and interpersonal skills and an open and collegial style. Knowledge of research, best practices, and emerging trends in teaching and learning, as well as faculty scholarship and leadership. Demonstrated expertise in enhancing face-to-face, hybrid, and online teaching and learning
  • A seasoned leader with the skill to elevate the visibility of the areas under her/his purview and serve as a partner for campus-wide priorities
  • Possess a vision for fostering an environment of pedagogical innovation, including online learning
  • Experience in successful management of significant budget resources and operations, including technology and highly-skilled professional staff; capacity to lead an effective, high-performing organization, including creating and implementing long-range plans; an ability to manage, motivate, and develop synergies and a sense of team among the staff and with the faculty
  • Knowledge of current best practices for effective teaching and learning; knowledge of learning analytics; ability to provide leadership in pedagogical innovation that leverages cutting edge methodologies
  • Entrepreneurial spirit and creativity necessary for success in position
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Associate Dean Resume Examples & Samples

  • Providing academic leadership in the development, delivery and currency of certificate, diploma, degree, and graduate certificate programs in mechanical and electrical engineering in the Faculty of Applied Science and Technology
  • Hiring high quality full and part-time faculty within his/her program cluster and negotiating in regard to Standard Workload Forms and part-time contracts
  • Ensuring that program outcomes are achieved through effective leadership of quickly changing curriculum and engaging teaching and learning practices
  • Ensuring the development of a strong identity, a positive reputation and a clear sense of mandate and direction within the programs through the achievement of shared educational objectives that are current, effective, relevant to student needs and consistent with the strategic direction of the Faculty and College
  • Nurturing and developing synergy between the engineering disciplines within the school by encouraging collaboration and balancing portfolios
  • Provide leadership to faculty, staff and students in enhancing and increasing activities in curriculum based applied-research and funded applied-research projects
  • Provide leadership in attracting industry partnerships through applied research and co-op opportunities
  • Facilitating the development of a sense of accountability and commitment to shared responsibility among the faculty and staff of the programs, in particular with regard to the development and administration of programs, and the effective and efficient allocation of resources to address both immediate operational requirements and longer term priorities of the programs
  • Ensuring that students receive effective advisement and support; ensuring the smooth and positive functioning of the programs through the identification, mediation and resolution of any conflicts involving students, faculty or staff
  • Ensuring that students, staff and faculty have a safe environment in which to pursue laboratory/workshop based activities
  • Providing leadership in ensuring a high quality of teaching and faculty commitment to professional development and currency in their discipline, profession and industry
  • Maintaining a high level of performance through effective recruiting, selecting, developing, motivating, and evaluating of faculty and staff
  • Developing program budgets and enrolment plans and managing both to ensure the provision of appropriate facilities and resources
  • Developing and implementing a flexible and responsive School strategic plan as part of the academic planning process of the college
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Executive Assistant to the Associate Dean-contributing Resume Examples & Samples

  • Four (4) year college degree
  • Strong communication skills, including articulateness and responsiveness to questions from faculty, staff, students, and the public
  • Strong organizational & writing skills
  • Payroll experience
  • Ability to efficiently and accurately multitask and to promptly follow-up on unresolved issues
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Associate Dean, Academic Affairs Resume Examples & Samples

  • Ensures overall integrity/quality in the delivery of academic programming within the School of Health Professions
  • Ensure the curricular assessment data is used to recommend quality enhancements to teaching styles and curricular content
  • Identify factors in the curriculum that warrant further evaluation and/or assessment using benchmark data
  • Establishes procedures and programs that demonstrate a commitment to an inclusive environment
  • Ensures appropriate accreditation and approval standards are met/communicates with all bureaus and accreditation agencies
  • Monitors national, regional and local trends in health care and health professions education to assure competitiveness in all education programs offered at the school
  • Provides guidance and oversight for faculty development in academic programming
  • Coordinates compliance in teaching assignments of faculty across all academic programs in conjunction with department chairs
  • Effectively guides the utilization of resources and budgets that support the academic programming of the School
  • Creates a climate supportive of the development of training to support educational innovation
  • Participates in planning strategic initiatives to achieve the School’s academic mission in collaboration with collegiate faculty
  • Facilitates shared governance among academic program leaders to assure ongoing improvement/maintenance of high quality programs
  • Serves as liaison between the School and offices of the University on issues of academic policy and programming
  • Represents the School to the broader community, including state, regional, national, international professional meetings, and legislative activities related to health professions education
  • Recognizes the critical role of scholarship in both knowledge dissemination and generation in shaping academic programs
  • Support interprofessional education programming by being actively involved in the development and implementation of curricular and co-curricular aspects of IPE within the school and across the university
  • Work with the Dean in building relationships and reputation with external constituencies
  • Teach in assigned courses
  • Perform other related duties as assigned by the Dean
  • Must possess knowledge of accreditation standards and processes for health professions educational programs
  • Must have excellent writing and oral communication skills
  • Must have the ability to work in an interdisciplinary / Interprofessional dynamic environment
  • Must have excellent computer and data management skills
  • Must possess knowledge of faculty academic progression policies for those in tenure track and clinical track lines
  • Must possess the ability to manage faculty and staff human resources effectively
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Associate Dean of Undergraduate Admissions Resume Examples & Samples

  • Manage the complex, year-round file review process and all aspects of Admissions Committee work, including management of the staff master calendar
  • Departmental leadership, including direct oversight of high school, transfer, and multicultural recruitment and outreach. Development and execution of data-driven enrollment strategy at all levels of the enrollment funnel (from search through deposit and enrollment)
  • Serve as Admissions’ liaison to one of seven undergraduate colleges at Marquette
  • Review applications for admission and scholarship; offer or decline admission and/or scholarship based on this review
  • Directly manage or fill in as a counselor as needed. Conduct informational/evaluative interviews with prospective students (freshman and transfers) and their families who visit, and represent the university to prospective students at on- and off-campus programs
  • Other duties as needed, including management of personnel, filling in for the Dean when necessary
  • Minimum of six years’ experience
  • Ability to manage complex decision-making and multi-tasking on a daily basis
  • Experience with supervision
  • Familiarity with student search strategies (name purchases), application file review, and territory management
  • Frequent travel will be required; otherwise, typical office-setting
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Associate Dean of Students Resume Examples & Samples

  • Master’s Degree in education, leadership, social work, counseling, college student personnel or related field
  • Minimum of eight years’ of progressively responsible professional experience
  • Minimum of five years of professional experience in higher education community standards, student conduct, or investigation of misconduct
  • Demonstrated knowledge and awareness of issues pertaining to college-age students
  • Demonstrated experience collecting and analyzing data, applying results, and communicating results to community and campus stakeholders
  • Demonstrated ability to maintain collaborative working relationships with students, staff, faculty, administrators, parents and community
  • Demonstrated strong interpersonal and verbal communication skills
  • Demonstrated experience facilitating and training
  • Demonstrated experience in crisis response
  • Demonstrated ability to interpret federal, state or institutional policies, plans, objectives, rules and regulations, and to communicate that interpretation to others
  • Demonstrated ability to prepare and present detailed studies and reports, including recommendations concerning the substance of the studies and reports
  • Demonstrated experience in conducting or interpreting and evaluating quantitative and qualitative research or evaluation
  • Demonstrated experience creating innovative programming and implementing best practices
  • Demonstrated experience in successful grant writing activities
  • Demonstrated experience with public relations in crisis situations
  • Demonstrated experience with dispute resolution and mediation
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Associate Dean for Academic Affairs Resume Examples & Samples

  • Plans and oversees regular program development, implementation, and evaluation; synthesizes data for use in periodic program reviews, policy formulation, and strategic planning
  • Administers and manages all responsibilities of academic programs and the simulation center
  • Implements policies and procedures, and ensures compliance with University and external agencies’ policies, regulations, and laws in collaboration with the administrative team and college community
  • Supports, initiates and maintains positive and effective working relations with students, staff, faculty, administrators, and the public in the pursuit of excellence in nursing education at Marquette University
  • Initiates and supports proposals to enhance nursing education and diversity at Marquette University
  • Hires, supervises, and evaluates program staff
  • Recommends and/or implements operational policies as needed
  • Represents academic issues to the Dean of the College of Nursing, the Graduate School and the Provost
  • Registered Nurse with current Wisconsin licensure or eligible for Wisconsin licensure
  • PhD or comparable research degree in nursing or related field. If doctorate is not in nursing, the candidate must have a graduate degree in nursing
  • Academic leadership experience
  • Teaching experience
  • Track record of scholarship, publications and experience with grants
  • Experience in the successful recruitment and support of diverse faculty, staff, and students
  • Have understanding of and alignment with the Jesuit mission, vision, and values including a commitment to creating and supporting inclusive environments
  • Tenure eligible
  • Teaching experience across all levels of nursing programs (Bachelor’s, Master’s, and Doctoral)
  • Substantial record of published research/scholarship, grant funding and leadership in the National and International arena
  • Administrative experience with budgets, accreditation, and regulatory body policies and processes
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Associate Dean Resume Examples & Samples

  • Bachelor’s degree and eight years of relevant experience, or combination of education and relevant experience
  • Experience in higher education (including teaching and research) strongly preferred. Advanced degree strongly preferred. Ph.D. preferred
  • User knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite
  • Advanced communication skills to clearly and effectively communicate information to internal and external audiences, client groups, and all levels of management
  • Understanding of underlying technological needs and requirements
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Associate Dean Resume Examples & Samples

  • 50% Direct Responsibility and Decision Making Authority –
  • Enrollment Management – class offerings (fall, spring and summer), class cancellations, room utilization, new class offerings, omnibus course offerings, new online offerings, serve on Room Utilization Committee with authority to make decisions for CPS, serve on Summer School Task Force with decision-making authority for offerings
  • Directs and coordinates curriculum planning, development, and assessment. Helps to prepare curriculum proposals. Manages the CPS Curriculum Committee. Participates in all curriculum review activities such as program review, assessment, and accreditation/ reaccredidation efforts. Monitors curricular changes for resource requirements. Has signatory authority on curriculum proposals. Provides follow-up on program recommendations
  • Faculty Development – all portfolio management and training including Retention, Tenure, Promotion, Post Tenure Review, Promotion to Professor, Sabbatical, and Reassigned Time
  • Faculty Hiring – Orientation of First Year Faculty, interviewing and hiring authority decisions when designated by the Dean,
  • Affiliate Faculty – signature and decision making authority for affiliate budget
  • Title IX investigations – including faculty, staff and student interviews, report writing, decision making
  • Student Issues – signature authority and decision-making authority for all CPS Grade Appeals, Informal and Formal Complaints (including those through the University complaint process), Grievances, ADA complaints, and Standards of Conduct. Handles walk-ins, scheduled appointments, email inquiries, and telephone calls with decision-making authority. Approve all grade changes
  • Students – participate on committees to formulate College and University policy related to students, make decisions to assist with Retention and Graduation Directs including coordinating transfer credit in consultation with department chairs, reviews graduation requirements, examines degree progress reports and recommends strategies for students to complete graduation requirements, or possible alternatives that meet college and departmental requirements. Make decisions on approval or denial of requests for late admissions and registration to the college, course overloads, time conflicts, grade change requests, inter-institutional registration and concurrent enrollment, course audits, and credit by examination
  • Technology – Serve on Digital Measures (DM) Task Force to make decisions on format, content and needs of faculty in the DM design including interpretations of Handbook for Professional Personnel; Serve on MSU Denver Online Task Force to develop strategic plan for Best Practices in the expansion of University-wide online education
  • Summer Session Task Force – Serve on University committee to increase student participation in Summer Session including increase in online offerings
  • CPS Committees – Responsible for all CPS faculty committee elections, organization of committees, and program of work
  • Individualized Degree Program – Signatory and decision-making authority for Individualized Degree Programs
  • 25% Consults with Dean and Assists with Decision Making
  • Budget for capital outlay and remodeling
  • Data collection and analysis for report writing
  • Report writing – final approved by Dean
  • Writes drafts for Retention, Tenure & Promotion, Post Tenure Review, Sabbatical, Transitional Retirement, and Emeritus Status
  • New initiatives, planning documents, personnel and budget recommendations, University policies, procedures and initiatives
  • Reviews grant proposals and attend routine meetings of ongoing Grants with decision making authority. Once funded, ensures that Principal Investigators are carrying out their duties and being accountable
  • Provides assistance and guidance in developing policies and procedures and makes recommendations to CPS faculty and staff of any changes in policy at the college
  • Provides retention strategies of the Colleges/Schools and coordinates pre-semester help sessions with the Colleges/Schools developing administrative procedures in CPS that are useful to both faculty and students
  • 25% Other Responsibilities of Associate Dean
  • Writes reports, assists the Dean on writing new initiatives, planning documents, personnel and budget recommendations, as well as communicates to the community, professional organizations and other institutions college policies, proposals, and initiatives
  • Submits reports to meet routine college deadlines and requirements
  • Faculty – Assists faculty in matters related to students, such as arranging for faculty training workshops
  • Assists with orientations and other college and University-wide programs honoring students
  • Attends meetings as needed
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Associate Dean of Faculty Resume Examples & Samples

  • Serve as a role model and mentors LAS faculty and students in areas of academic and service excellence, collaboration, communication and professionalism
  • Serves as an active, participating member of the national AD-LAS workgroup
  • Orders and inventories all required equipment and supplies for science classes
  • Solicits recommendations from LAS faculty for academic budget
  • Ensures LAS faculty maintain two hours/week/course of tutoring on campus
  • Supervises LAS faculty and provides appropriate mentoring, coaching and feedback regarding performance
  • Initiates recruitment, selection, orientation, and onboarding of LAS faculty
  • Ensures curricula are current and consistently delivered in an environment and manner that achieves superior student outcomes
  • Completes other duties as assigned
  • Minimum of two years’ experience teaching Sciences at the Bachelor level or above
  • Previous academic leadership experience preferred
  • Strong time management skills
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Associate Dean for Academic Affairs Resume Examples & Samples

  • Master’s degree or an equivalent combination of education, training and experience
  • A minimum of 3 years of experience training, coaching, and supporting faculty in an online learning environment
  • A minimum of 3 years teaching for-credit online courses in a college or university environment
  • Experience recruiting, hiring, supervising and evaluating faculty in a university environment
  • Excellent analytical, written and communication skills, with the ability to collaborate well with faculty
  • Ability to work in a fast-paced environment while balancing and prioritizing multiple projects
  • Directing the academic affairs for USC Bovard College including administration the appointment, reappointment, promotion, and evaluation processes
  • Managing the recruitment, onboarding and supervision of faculty and subject matter experts for course development and deployment
  • Monitoring the status of graduate programs and projects, as assigned by the Chief Academic Officer, from development and implementation through completion
  • Coordinating faculty efforts for course development. This includes creating and managing a mandatory faculty training course/session, and working with academic team members to identify a synchronous session format and discussion board and grading guidelines
  • Managing the support for live synchronous sessions, including chat and technological support
  • 5 or more years of experience teaching online courses and managing support to faculty
  • 5 or more years of experience with faculty affairs
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Associate Dean Resume Examples & Samples

  • Provide library leadership through shared decision-making for library-wide planning, personnel decisions, resource management, organizational effectiveness, and program and policy development through active participation and collaboration with the Senior Administration Team and the Strategic Leadership Council
  • Assist the dean with overall library administration, assist as requested with donor relations, represent the libraries at professional organization membership meetings and act in dean's absence
  • Analyze and plan for allocation of new resources or reallocation of existing human and financial resources to meet current needs and anticipate future priorities
  • Develop holistic collection strategies in the context of emerging trends and new definitions of collections that ensure the libraries' collection budget aligns with university priorities for teaching and research
  • Promote growth of digital collections and ensure digital and print preservation of materials
  • Support evolution of and advocate for the institutional repository (K-REX) and library publishing activities through New Prairie Press, and other opportunities for open access and scholarly communication issues
  • Ensure access and discoverability of library resources through metadata best practices
  • Improve and promote systematic assessment of collections and services within the Content Management and Scholarly Communications division
  • Serve as the libraries' representative on university councils as needed (e.g. Global Campus Advisory Committee, College Advisory Council for International Programs)
  • Provide mentoring, guidance, and empowerment to libraries' faculty and staff with evolving work roles
  • Contribute to the profession through publications, formal presentations, and participation in relevant professional associations
  • American Library Association Accredited Masters of Library and Information Sciences degree
  • Record of progressively more responsible supervisory, managerial, and administrative duties with demonstrated ability to support, mentor and develop faculty/staff, and work effectively with others in an academic/ research library or related environment
  • Demonstrated leadership capability, deep knowledge of issues and trends, and extensive experience in one or more of the following areas: collections/acquisitions/resource sharing, preservation, metadata standards, and scholarly communications
  • Experience with budget administration, including preparation and analysis
  • Demonstrated success in building collaborative relationships within the libraries and on campus as well as locally and regionally
  • Highly developed interpersonal skills; strong communication, problem-solving, organizational, and decision-making skills
  • Demonstrated management style that is flexible, inclusive and committed to staff development
  • Capacity to thrive in an environment of change and to foster that capacity in others
  • A record of scholarly and professional achievement appropriate for tenure at K-State Libraries
  • Experience at the department chair, director, associate dean or dean level in an academic or research library
  • Successful acquisition of grant, donor, or other funding for projects or initiative
  • A letter of application. To greatly strengthen your application, please apply your communication skills to clearly address the position responsibilities and qualifications listed above, and demonstrate how your work style, vision, and other distinctive qualities would enhance our organization
  • Names and contact information for three references
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Assistant to the Associate Dean Resume Examples & Samples

  • 48 months of office management, staff supervision, financial management
  • Ability and desire to perform a number of different types of tasks throughout a given day, ranging from the handling of urgent requests to long-term planning and office administration
  • Critical thinking skills, including an aptitude to research, collect, and analyze data and prepare reports or responses to inquiries
  • Welcoming and caring demeanor when interfacing with students, alumni, and other staff and faculty colleagues on campus
  • Excellent oral and written communication, excellent office computer skills
  • Strong Excel skills including the ability to build and manipulate spreadsheets
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Associate Dean for Faculty Affairs Resume Examples & Samples

  • Promotion and Tenure: Coordinating the school’s promotion (ladder and non-ladder) and tenure process
  • Professional Development and Mentoring: Assisting Chairs and faculty with issues associated with development and retention, acting as a reference in the area of mentoring
  • Recruitment and Orientation: Assisting Chairs with strategies to recruit faculty, and, along with UB’s Vice Provost for Faculty Affairs, assisting with the orienting of all new faculty
  • Policy and Governance: Responsible for the oversight of the school’s faculty bylaws and drafting governance documents. Ensuring compliance with university’s policies and procedures
  • Diversity: Partnering with the Assistant Dean for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion to develop proactive strategies for enhancing faculty diversity
  • Awards and Recognition: Seeking and facilitating the nomination process for faculty awards
  • Special projects: As assigned by the Dean in support of the School of Public Health and Health Professions
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Associate Dean, Liberal Arts Resume Examples & Samples

  • Provides leadership and management for Liberal Arts disciplines at the assigned campus or Center of Excellence
  • Works in coordination with the College-wide programs to ensure students’ access to a variety of courses as well as to provide campus support for faculty
  • Responsible for the development, review and evaluation of academic plans, curriculum, programs, course schedules and budgets within Liberal Arts
  • Recruits, selects, supervises and evaluates faculty and Liberal Arts staff
  • Supports leadership in the successful deployment of related campus strategic initiatives; strengthen the pipeline from secondary to post-secondary education and experiential opportunities that increase students’ workforce readiness, degree and certificate completion
  • Identifies grant opportunities geared toward increasing students’ experiential, research and co-op experiences in a variety of fields
  • Responsible for identifying public relations and marketing strategies that promote collaboration with community and industry partners
  • Collaborates with other academic area team members as part of the campus-based academic leadership team in order to keep programs relevant and current
  • Develops and manages the Liberal Art’s academic schedule, handles student issues, conducts curriculum assessment, evaluation, and revisions as necessary
  • Ensures the communication of plans, activities and expectations for faculty and staff at various levels department/division/center and within the division
  • Possess comprehensive knowledge of Higher Education leadership theories, concepts and practices with the ability to use in complex, difficult and/or unprecedented situations as it pertains to the departmental focus
  • Possess broad based knowledge of existing and emerging pedagogies and academic delivery systems
  • Possess broad based knowledge of supporting student success
  • Ability to manage and supervise a diverse staff
  • Possess strong management skills
  • Possess a commitment to working with cross-functional teams
  • Possess a commitment to professional development and continuous learning and improvement
  • Possess excellent written, verbal and interpersonal communication skills
  • Possess strong organizational and time-management skills
  • Demonstrated creative thinker and a problem solver
  • Ability to work accurately with great attention to detail
  • Possess advanced-level project management skills
  • Possess basic-level Blackboard skills (or equivalent program)
  • Possess intermediate-level Banner skills (or equivalent program)
  • Possess intermediate-level skills with Microsoft Outlook, Word, Excel, and PowerPoint
  • Possess basic-level skills with Microsoft Access
  • Ability to independently set goals and determine best course of action to achieve desired results
  • Ability to confidentially and discreetly handle subject matters requiring privacy and sensitivity
  • Ability to facilitate top-level collaboration while managing sensitive issues
  • Ability to develop and maintain relationships with key contacts to enhance work flow and quality
  • Possess sensitivity to respond appropriately to the needs of a diverse population
  • Earned Doctorate degree in a liberal arts or related field
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Associate Dean Resume Examples & Samples

  • Participate in the College Leadership Team to develop strategic initiatives, shape budgetary and policy decisions, and determine priorities for future college activities
  • Supervise the assessment and accreditation efforts of college
  • Supervise grade submission management for undergraduate and graduate courses
  • Serve as the grievance officer for all undergraduate programs
  • Serve as the liaison to the College of Graduate Studies
  • Serve as the liaison to the College Technology Committee
  • Serve as Enrollment Management Coordinator for college
  • Serve as liaison to the college Graduate Research & Policy Committee (GRPC)
  • Conduct scholarly work in field of specialization
  • Provide faculty leadership and mentoring in the procurement of external funding
  • Provide oversight of grant proposals
  • Develop policies and procedures that incentivize faculty and benefit both the college and the department/programs
  • Organize professional development for faculty
  • Administer the delivery of Professional Development courses
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Administrative Assistant to Associate Dean of Student Success Resume Examples & Samples

  • Excellent writing, organization and communication skills
  • The ability to handle confidential matters with discretion and tact
  • Mastery of multi-tasking
  • Flexibility in daily operations due to fluctuating priorities
  • Ability to maintain composure and competence under pressure
  • Able to take initiative and be self-directed
  • Great attention to accuracy and detail; highly organized
  • Professional and diplomatic people skills; able to work well with all levels within the organization
  • Positive attitude and professional disposition
  • Thorough understanding of budgeting
  • Motivation to learn and develop professionally
  • Proficient with the Microsoft Office suite of applications, and conversant with web-based learning management systems (e.g., Canvas), student information systems and other IT solutions as appropriate
  • Enthusiastic commitment to the Richard Bland College mission, vision and RBC-19 goals
  • Demonstrated experience working in and fostering a diverse faculty, staff, and student environment or commitment to do so as a faculty member at RBC
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Associate Dean for Academic Affairs Resume Examples & Samples

  • ADMINISTRATION OF ALL SCHOOL OF MEDICINE ACADEMIC AFFAIRS
  • Through resource management, personnel assignment and curriculum development, oversees School of Medicine academic programs, academic standards, and student support services, including Educational Support (JABSOM Health Sciences Library, Simulation Center and Anatomy Lab) and Educational Programs (Undergraduate Medical Education, Graduate Medical Education, Continuing Medical Education, and Allied/Global Health Education)
  • Develops and promotes innovative teaching methods for learners in Undergraduate Medical Education, Graduate Medical Education , and Allied/Global Health Education, assisting in the mentoring of faculty in the area of teaching, learning, use of technology in the classroom, and experiential education development
  • Develops, unites and inspires a highly-functioning and effective educational infrastructure that is committed to the effective delivery of academic programs ensuring student success; monitors and stays abreast of trends in medical education and health care movements that impact medical education, and advocates for and strategically plans reform in the education environment
  • Oversees the planning and management for professional education for the Allied and Global Health Sciences, graduate students, and post-graduate interns
  • Oversees all faculty development programs, including the Office of Promotion and Tenure, Educational Skills Development, and the Office of Continuing Medical Education; oversees the coordination of faculty enrichment, and interacts with faculty on academic matters through School-wide committees and respective department heads
  • In conjunction with the UHM Office of the Vice Chancellor of Academic Affairs, advises on departmental reviews, faculty tenure reviews, and Departmental Personnel Committee (DPC) procedures
  • Provides leadership in the Liaison Committee for Medical Education (LCME) self-study development, coordinating information sharing with School of Medicine stakeholders for the continuing accreditation of the School of Medicine
  • Serves as Acting Dean in the Dean’s absence, represents the Dean at School of Medicine related meetings
  • PUBLIC AND COMMUNITY RELATIONS
  • Fosters and supports unique partnerships and ventures with industry or other local, national or international business partners and foundations
  • Expressly cultivates and maintains positive relationships with community health partners, maintaining positive relationships with both internal and external constituencies
  • Doctorate or terminal degree (i.e., MD) from an accredited college or university
  • Five (5) years professional experience working in an administrative management at an accredited medical school or equivalent academic medicine leadership experience. Such experience shall include academic planning and management; coordinating medical school and hospital operations, faculty development and retention, promotion and tenure matters
  • Thorough knowledge of the principles and practices of medical education and academic affairs in an accredited medical school; knowledgeable of the policies and practice involved in the administration of a medical school; demonstrated knowledge working with unionized faculty in higher education; ability to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing; strong interpersonal skills with the ability to cultivate collaborative relationships, solve problems, think creatively and resolve conflicts
  • In addition to MD degree, either possess an MBA, MPH, JD, MEd, or PhD
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Senior Associate Dean Resume Examples & Samples

  • Earned doctorate (or equivalent terminal degree) from an accredited institution
  • Significant teaching and student engagement experience and scholarly achievement in a discipline that supports tenure as Professor in an academic department on campus
  • Proven success as an academic administrator in positions of increasing responsibility
  • Experience in curriculum development, review and evaluation
  • Experience in strategic planning and management of human, fiscal, and other organizational resources
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Associate Dean for Academic Affairs Resume Examples & Samples

  • Provides vision to the ongoing assessment and development of the University strategic plan
  • Promotes excellence in teaching, creativity, research, and community engagement
  • Builds an engaged academic community with shared goals among faculty and staff that provides a forum for direct interaction with students in creative/academic contexts, affording opportunities to model scholarship within the programs
  • Thoughtfully mentors and evaluates department Chairs and Directors to achieve strategic objectives
  • Under the direction of the Dean of VCUQ, and in collaboration with the VCUarts Associate Dean for Faculty Affairs & Graduate Studies, guides Chairs and Directors to effectively mentor faculty through the promotion process
  • Supports curricular initiatives to create an educational community that innovates for the needs of Qatar, the Gulf Region, and the international art, design, and cultural communities
  • Ensures local, regional and international engagement in professional initiatives for faculty and students
  • Models flexibility and the ability to work in a team environment with the potential to develop new strategies for programming
  • Leads and supports academic opportunities that enhance the student experience
  • Facilitates and mediates all student academic issues within VCU policies
  • Ensures excellence in university academic personnel through oversight of recruitment
  • Build and support collaborative relationships with the VCUQ Dean’s Office; VCUarts Dean’s Office; VCU administrators; Qatar Foundation; and peer universities in Education City; travels to home campus as required by ongoing business needs and to bolster professional communication and relationships, and develop a deeper understanding of home campus culture and best practices
  • Maintains parallel academic programs between VCUarts and VCUQatar, with quality and integrity through ongoing assessment and collaboration with the home campus
  • In coordination with the Dean of VCUQ, VCUQ academic leadership, and VCUarts leadership, ensures successful accreditation outcomes with all accrediting organizations
  • Communicates regularly with VCUarts colleagues and other constituencies of VCUQatar and travels to the home campus as required
  • Monitors budgets and institutional funds focused on academic programs and supporting departments
  • Creates reports for the university board, accreditation organizations, and other university reporting requirements
  • Initiates partnerships with other educational institutions
  • Ensures adherence to VCU policies and procedures, and develops requests for exceptions based on requirements of the context
  • Participates on university and Education City committees
  • Letter of Interest that conveys relevant academic and professional experience and describes experiences and/or professional service that inform world views and/or perspectives about minority group status, to include race, ethnicity, gender, sexuality, religion, and disability
  • Curriculum Vitae
  • List of five professional references including names with titles and contact information (references will not be checked prior to candidates’ approval)
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Associate Dean Resume Examples & Samples

  • Coordinates with the faculty committees (e.g., the Undergraduate and Graduate Studies Committee, and Committee of Faculty Engagement and Impact) on handling curricular matters
  • Works with the Dean and coordinates with faculty and staff on developing new undergraduate and graduate programs
  • Teach 1 or 2 classes per academic year as assigned
  • Supports the Dean of the School in building external relationships with alumni and other stakeholders
  • Serves as the public liaison to internal and external constituents and represent the School at events on behalf of the Dean
  • Works with the Dean of the School to coordinate collaborative and student recruiting programs with other educational institutions
  • Assists the Dean of the School in ensuring on-going compliance with AACSB standards and requirements for continued accreditation
  • Coordinates with the Dean and other administrators on planning and organizing events for the School
  • Provides assistance in preparation of school budget
  • Assists in the preparation of faculty and staff position descriptions to be advertised in both internal and external channels
  • Participates in the University’s Graduate Council and other committees and work groups
  • Assists the Dean in supporting the mission of the School and building a culture of excellence that incorporates fairness, integrity, creativity, innovation, engagement and community service
  • Performs other related duties and completes special projects as assigned by the Dean
  • Excellent interpersonal and teamwork skills to work effectively with students, staff, faculty, and external constituents
  • Ability to work effectively, exercise good judgment, and make decisions with minimal supervision and guidance
  • Ability to manage multiple projects, sometimes with competing expectations, in a sometimes high stress environment
  • Ph.D. or terminal degree, with a proven record of full-time higher education experience
  • Publications and work experience consistent with appointment to the School’s faculty
  • Working knowledge and familiarity with AACSB accreditation and assurance of learning requirements
  • Previous administrative experience in an AACSB accredited school
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Senior Associate Dean Resume Examples & Samples

  • Analytical, writing, consultative sales and problem-solving skills
  • Exceptional managerial and interpersonal skills
  • Detail-oriented team player with a demonstrated willingness to take initiative
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Associate Dean of Religious Life Resume Examples & Samples

  • Should be ordained in a religious tradition or have the equivalent experience or educational credentials
  • Must have a Master’s Degree or equivalent work experience
  • 5 years of experience leading ecumenical and interfaith activities
  • Experience working with university students
  • Experience working with religious and spiritual communities
  • Experience creating and implementing programming of a religious or spiritual nature
  • Demonstrated experience carrying out spiritual, academic and administrative functions
  • Demonstrated experience with pastoral car e and spiritual counseling
  • Ability to mentor and advise faculty, staff and students
  • Excellent oral, written, and interpersonal communication skills
  • Typically possesses a Master’s Degree
  • Typically possesses experience in higher education
  • Share oversight of the Interfaith Council and other programs, events, and opportunities on campus
  • Manage and direct the Office of Religious Life
  • Mentor and advise the 60 Religious Directors and 90 student religious groups on Campus
  • Engage in pastoral and spiritual counseling
  • Perform liturgical and ceremonial functions
  • Creating and implementing programming of a religious and spiritual nature
  • Bring together the spiritual and scholarly resources of the university
  • Promote an interfaith approach to religious pluralism on campus
  • Provide ethical and moral leadership for the USC community
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Associate Dean Resume Examples & Samples

  • The minimum degree requirement for this position is a doctoral degree, preferably with an MSW
  • Minimum of ten years’ experience in social work education, proven administrative skills, and leadership
  • The Associate Dean needs to be a consummate professional who is able to communicate and collaborate with people at all levels of the university
  • The AD supports the Dean’s leadership and administrative roles by demonstrating fiscal restraint, fairness and equity, cultural competence, decisive decision-making skills, initiative and creativity, and sound judgment in all School matters
  • The AD, like the Dean, represents the School to the professional community in NYC and both nationally and internationally
  • The AD works closely with Block Program faculty in Israel and Canada
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Associate Dean of Students Resume Examples & Samples

  • A minimum of three years of relevant experience in student affairs or a closely-related area required
  • Progressively responsible managerial, budgetary, and supervisory experience in a college or university in a research institution preferred
  • One year of experience working in higher education research institution preferred
  • Demonstrated experience at conducting goal setting process for unit preferred
  • Expertise in data management and analysis preferred
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Associate Dean of Students Resume Examples & Samples

  • 25%
  • Master’s Degree in Student Affairs, College Student Personnel, Higher Education Administration, Counseling, or other related discipline
  • 5-7 years of relevant work experience in student affairs, including disability services and crisis management
  • Ability to make timely decisions and work collectively with University stakeholders in matters related to our students
  • Strong organization skills; ability to effectively prioritize timely student issues
  • Provide rotating on-call support on behalf of the Dean of Students Office
  • Ability to demonstrate completion of investigation/resolution of student discipline, including the areas of Title IX and VAWA; working knowledge related to ADA compliance management and Clery are strongly desired
  • A terminal degree (Ph.D., Ed.D., and/or J.D.) in Student Affairs, College Student Personnel, Higher Education Administration, or other related discipline
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Associate Dean Resume Examples & Samples

  • Facilitate the ability of the Dean to manage executive functions by advising Dean, providing context that helps set executive priorities and initiatives, anticipate the needs of the Dean and address any issues on Dean's behalf as needed
  • Ensure information flow to and from the Dean's office, via all types of venues (forums, correspondence, speeches, conferences, retreats, etc.)
  • Liaison with Duke Leadership: University, SOM, DUHS and PDC Conduct research, prepare speeches, presentation and talking points for the Dean on an array of topics and for a breadth of constituents Facilitate communication and work closely with the leadership (chairs, directors and leaders in DUHS, PDC and University) and executive management team of the School of Medicine (SOM)
  • Understand organizational policies and procedures necessary to ensure appropriate decision- making protocols are followed Plan for the Dean's presentations at regular leadership venues: Duke University Board including Business and Finance Committee and the Medical Center Academic Affairs Committee, DUHS Board, etc
  • Create the agenda in consultation with the Dean and Vice Deans for the Medical Center Executive Committee (MCEC) and regular chair and director meetings
  • Act as the Dean's representative and ambassador to external constituents as directed
  • Oversee the daily operations of the Dean's office
  • Assist in relationship building across the campus schools, centers, institutes and appropriate boards
  • Working with the appropriate vice dean, ensure a regular review process for all departments and centers/institutes
  • Lead various projects and committees as indicated by the Dean Advise the Dean on managing communication and relationship strategies and associated time priorities for a wide range of issues involving students, faculty, staff, leadership, donors, political leaders, and sponsors
  • Work with the Dean and the Vice Dean for Faculty to manage a regular 360 evaluation of chairs, directors and vice deans, including on-going management
  • In collaboration with the Office Manager, ensure planning for key meetings to include: Track, monitor and follow the progress of projects, action items, strategies that emanate from the Dean's cabinet, executive committee, etc. Develop memos, communiques, and correspondence
  • Prepare agendas, identify meeting participants
  • Collect, prepare, and distribute appropriate briefing materials
  • Ensure that appropriate follow-up actions are taken Initiate subsequent follow-up meetings and communication for key stakeholders as directed
  • Work with the administrative support staff to the Dean to ensure accuracy, coordination, and prioritization of the calendar
  • Review correspondence and draft responses for the Dean as appropriate, or forward to the appropriate person for response and/or reply
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Associate Dean for Student Affairs Resume Examples & Samples

  • Coordinates the Strategic Enrollment Management Team which, in consultation with the Dean, evaluates enrollment trends, sets enrollment goals, and develops recruitment, retention, and progression strategies
  • Serves as the liaison to the UMB Office of Academic Support and Disability Services and, in this role, approves student ADA requests for accommodations in both the classroom and the field education settings in consultation with faculty and the Associate Dean for Academic Affairs
  • Serves as the liaison to the UMB Office of Student Financial Assistance and Education
  • Represents the School on the campus-wide Student Affairs Committee
  • Serves on key faculty committees in the School, among them, Admissions, Student Review, and Master’s Program Committee
  • Serves in matters involving students as the liaison between the School and the University Police Department and the Office of University Counsel
  • Nurtures and maintains effective communication and partnerships with campus-wide offices
  • Works collaboratively with the School’s Office of Academic Affairs in the overall delivery of the MSW program
  • Interacts directly with students on issues related to academic progression, academic risk, academic dismissal and associated situations affecting enrollment. Provides any necessary support and guidance involving significant student concerns
  • Identifies data necessary for decision making in the areas of admissions, curriculum offerings, retention and progression of students; and
  • Fosters improvements in policies and procedures, and coordination among the offices reporting to the position
  • Demonstrated leadership, team-building skills, and the ability to work collaboratively with administration, faculty, and staff
  • Strategic and analytical thinking skills with the ability to solve problems and make decisions
  • Demonstrated skill in the use of student data for decision making; familiarity with student information systems and report generation
  • Knowledge of (or willingness to learn) the following: Council on Social Work Education accreditation standards; FERPA, Title IX and ADA regulations as they pertain to services to and support for students
  • Demonstrated professional, ethical, respectful, and courteous behavior when interacting and developing partnerships with key groups and individuals. Demonstrates pleasant and positive interactions with others to meet customer expectations, and provide follow up with customers
  • Reaches compromise and consensus. Remains calm and is able to manage conflict, resolve problems, and work well with a diverse workforce. Approachable style allows others to be open in sharing thoughts and ideas
  • Ability to effectively communicate both verbal and written thoughts, ideas, and facts. Writes and presents information in a clear and concise way. Interprets and understands written information and is able to listen attentively to verbal and non-verbal cues that lead to a deeper understanding. Ability to gather and compile reports for multiple audiences
  • Education: Master’s Degree in Social Work or related field to the position. A Ph.D. in social work or a related field will be considered
  • Experience: Eight years of experience in an accredited higher education program as an administrator and/or faculty member, with preference for at least 5 years progressively building a background in student affairs areas including admissions, records and registration, academic affairs or student services
  • Leadership: A minimum of five years in leadership positions in higher education with a thorough understanding of management functions
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Associate Dean id Resume Examples & Samples

  • Doctorate degree with a minimum of 5-7 years working in higher education
  • Comprehensive understanding of online, distance, adult learner, and continuing education students and programs
  • Evidence of developing successful, innovative academic programs at the university/college level
  • Excellent working relationship with the academic community, including faculty, department heads, associate deans and deans
  • Commitment to academic excellence in the development of new programs as well as the review and assessment of existing programs
  • Evidence of commitment to developing high quality student support services
  • Strong commitment to serving distance students and adult learners and creating the support structures needed for their success
  • Must have/develop a thorough understanding of general education and major academic requirements
  • Keen understanding of trends in higher education, particularly in the areas of program innovation and supporting post-traditional students
  • Demonstrated success in managing staff in a team-based environment
  • Requires excellent verbal, written and interpersonal communication skills
  • Ability to prioritize and manage multiple projects simultaneously; excellent follow-through and skill at managing workflow, while adapting to changing needs
  • An entrepreneurial spirit
  • Facility with spreadsheets, databases and other financial and data management tools
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Associate Dean Resume Examples & Samples

  • Knowledge of scheduling
  • Knowledge of GE requirements
  • Ability to collaborate with other leadership team members
  • Ability to work self-directed towards established goals and priorities
  • Ability to be creative related to student activities
  • Living in or near the Coachella Valley or a willingness to relocate is preferred
  • A doctorate degree or terminal degree
  • Planning and leadership experience
  • Experience as a tenured, associate or full professor
  • Experience in the California State University System
  • Experience as a department chair, director, or other mid-level higher education manager
  • Experience with student life programs (clubs, volunteerism, etc.)
  • Experience with enrollment projections
  • Experience with freshman programs
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Associate Dean for Academic Affairs & Accreditation Resume Examples & Samples

  • Provide leadership, direction, advocacy, strategic planning, coordination and assessment of the professional pharmacy program (35%)
  • Liaise with the Curricular Affairs Committee and faculty to ensure proper breadth and depth of the curricular coverage (25%)
  • Chair the Progressions Committee and defend decisions made by this committee on appeal and respond to complaints filed with ACPE against the College of Pharmacy (15%)
  • Create class and exam schedules for the professional pharmacy program (10%)
  • Teach at least one section of case studies (or equivalent) per academic year (5%)
  • AV/facilities issues in Meridian (5%)
  • The successful candidate should have earned a Doctor of Pharmacy degree or other doctoral degree in a pharmacy or education/assessment related field from a US-accredited institution
  • A demonstrable commitment to and enthusiasm for pharmacy professional and post-graduate education is required
  • The candidate should have excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Ability to respond to inquiries or complaints from internal and external stakeholders required
  • Ability to author/edit articles for the College of Pharmacy electronic publications and to effectively present information to internal and external stakeholders required
  • The ability to identify issues, reach conclusions and develop effective responsive strategies in relation to available data required
  • Advanced certifications (such as APhA Immunization Certification, etc) or Board Certification (BCPS, etc) preferred
  • Prior administrative leadership experience and postgraduate training in an education- or assessment-related field in health care preferred
  • Teaching experience in the field of pharmacy and an understanding of applicable educational policies, regulations and laws preferred
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Associate Dean for Student Affairs Resume Examples & Samples

  • Oversight of admissions, retention and recruitment (20%)
  • Emergency management (illness, medical/hardship petitions, referrals to counseling, financial aid, international office), ADA compliance and Office for Civil Rights complaint response (25%)
  • Oversight of scholarships and awards, P1 Orientation and White Coat Ceremony, as well as local end of year events (Board Review, Banquet, Picnics, Golf Tournament) (20%)
  • Develop and maintain policies and procedures for the College of Pharmacy handbook, manuals and standardized syllabi (10%)
  • Liaise with the Idaho Board of Pharmacy (10%)
  • Act as faculty advisor for one community outreach organization (5%)
  • AV/facilities issues in Pocatello (5%)
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Associate Dean Resume Examples & Samples

  • Oversees all clinical treatment delivery systems, including emergency services, patient supply and patient flow
  • Organizes and administers appropriate credentialing, licensure, and quality assurance programs including records, forms, and patient charts. Acts as liaison to state boards and examining agencies
  • Monitors student participation and progress in the clinics and faculty coverage of clinics in concert with the department chairpersons and the Associate Dean for Academic Affairs
  • Assists in the administration and evaluation of extramural clinical and service activities
  • Develops, administers, and evaluates extramural clinical and service activities in conjunction with the Associate Dean for Academic Affairs
  • Responsible for the assignment, supervision, and evaluation of clinical auxiliary support personnel
  • Resolves patient problems and complaints, delegating this activity as appropriate
  • Assists in preparation and implementation of clinical budgets and maintains accountability for clinical expenditures
  • Evaluates and recommends allocation and use of space and equipment for all clinical programs
  • Oversees human resources for clinical personnel, to include staff training and development, compensation matters, employee relations matters, etc
  • Ensures that the School is compliant with mandated infection control procedures at the state and national levels
  • Assists in the planning and implementation of the University and School of Dentistry strategic plan and priorities for action
  • Performs other duties and accepts other responsibilities as directed by the Dean
  • Performs teaching and committee assignments as appropriate
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Associate Dean & Founding Director Resume Examples & Samples

  • Leads and directs the HSLIC. Develops, ensures implementation of, and evaluates programs to support the institutional mission. Recruits and manages a highly competent staff. Ensures the development of policies that result in efficient and effective library operations and services. As assigned, meets and participates in planning with university administrators, college deans and department heads, and faculty groups. Integrates the library into the biomedical/health science curricula of the university. Researches emerging trends in library services and management. Makes recommendations for resource sharing potentials through networking arrangements with other health science libraries and relevant organizations
  • Develops librarian integration into the academic departments and on the management team of the Health Sciences Center. The HSLIC will provide services virtually and in person to an integrated 3+1 medical education curriculum to allow students to develop s 4th year individualized program following a core 3-year curriculum. This includes co-evaluating, where relevant, librarian performance with their respective University Libraries, academic and departmental partners
  • Develops – and/or oversees the development of – the HSLIC’s collection and evaluates online resources for the electronic resource collection; performs other librarian duties such as assisting students and faculty with literature searches, identifying appropriate search engines for the question(s) at hand and locating/delivering information whether held by the HSLIC or not
  • Contributes to project development paths and learn new skills as emerging projects require them; oversees and shapes library applications that facilitate HSLIC workflows. Stays abreast of current and emerging technologies and determines appropriate ways to integrate these technologies into projects involving students and faculty. Represents the HSLIC to regional, national, and international professional organizations, and to the public. Contributes to public relations and marketing activities. Models and participates in continual professional development and professional achievement (e.g. publications, presentations, service to professional organizations)
  • Master's degree-Field of Study: Master's degree in Library or Information Science from an ALA-accredited program; 5-8 year experience
  • At least five years of experience working in an academic health science library or library system; three or more years of managerial experience; record of successful leadership and administrative accomplishment; evidence of increasing responsibility in previous positions; Extensive knowledge of scholarly resources used within the health sciences and/or related fields; extensive knowledge of the different information needs of the wide array of stakeholders in academic health science communities; Excellent analytical and organizational skills; proven leadership in implementing program assessment goals, strategies, and measures; thorough knowledge of and facility with Health Sciences electronic resources; ability to collaborate on design of web presence of the HSLIC; excellent interpersonal and communication skills
  • Undergraduate or advanced degree in life science or health science field preferred; understands and attends to the Ethical & Religious Directives for Catholic Health Care guidelines; team leadership, broad understanding of bio and health informatics and experience developing programming for both; knowledge of assessment methods that demonstrate value of libraries to institutional mission, and a commitment to continuous improvement; knowledge of the scholarly communication landscape and role of libraries in data life-cycle management
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Senior Associate Dean for Evaluation Resume Examples & Samples

  • 2) promote educational scholarship through collaboration and professional/career development of faculty and others,
  • 3) provide leadership and support of faculty and programs to address creative assessment and novel approaches to medical education, research development, and health care,
  • 4) develop innovative research to facilitate outcomes analysis and quality improvement in medical student, resident, and physician learning to include education across the continuum,
  • 5) support organizational self-study and program evaluation,
  • 6) evaluate training and research productivity, and
  • 7) analyze costs, effectiveness, and benefits of select projects
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Associate Dean, OCB Resume Examples & Samples

  • Leadership: Serves as a senior leader in the Opus College. Oversees graduate program operations and strategic outreach for the college. Supervises team of four graduate program directors, the director of admissions and recruiting, the director of corporate and external relations, and the career services team. Sets strategic plan and drives execution for graduate program operations and external relations at the college. Contributes to Opus College strategic planning
  • Graduate Program Operations: Leads team of program directors and advises academic directors to establish priorities and implementation plans to deliver enrollment targets, operational efficiency, student satisfaction, and academic excellence across all offerings. Partners with associate dean of program innovation to ensure collaboration across shared services and graduate program teams
  • Strategic Outreach: Leads the college’s external relations strategy to build alliances with key corporate clients, partners, and supporters, including the OCB Board of Governors. Develops new strategic alliances with targeted corporations and deepens existing relationships for the benefit of college programs and strategic areas of emphasis to the college. Works with OCB’s key external stakeholders to coordinate activities with academic departments, centers and institutes, and degree programs
  • Marketing: In collaboration with the University’s Marketing, Insights and Communications (MIC) team, oversees college marketing strategies, initiatives and budgets. Coordinates marketing activity directly related to establishing and building external relationships and driving enrollments
  • Advocacy: Advocates for and represents the Opus College with internal and external audiences by virtue of events, committees, external relations, corporate outreach, reporting, etc. Serves on internal and external committees and boards that benefit the Opus College. Serves on the executive committee and board of the Center for Ethical Business Cultures
  • Financial management: Develops and submits annual financial plans and manages expenses for assigned allocations
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K-th Grade Associate Dean Resume Examples & Samples

  • Work closely with the Dean of Students to establish a positive, structured, and achievement-oriented school culture
  • Support school-wide discipline by executing the school-wide incentive and consequences plan
  • Support systems to ensure all students have excellent attendance and arrive at school on time
  • Ensure that the physical environment (signage, messages, flow of student movement) of the school reinforces school culture and facilitates student achievement
  • Monitor behavioral pull-out, detentions, KAL Service Tasks, Truancy School, and in-school suspensions
  • A belief in the mission and values of KIPP
  • Submit your resume and application through our online job board
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Associate Dean of Arts & Sciences Resume Examples & Samples

  • Written/Verbal Presentation Skills: Documented or demonstrated skills or experiences which verify professional communication ability
  • Technological Proficiency: Knowledge of and evidence of ability to provide leadership for the use of technology in the classroom and for office and management tasks
  • Curriculum: Evidence of skill in relevant curriculum development and ability to lead the design and revision of curricula to maintain relevancy and meet changing needs
  • Assessment: Knowledge of and demonstrated ability to provide leadership for assessment of student academic achievement
  • Leadership Potential: Evidence of skills in supervision and leadership role(s) or activities
  • Community College Mission: Knowledge of, or commitment to learn, the unique mission(s) of the comprehensive community college and its place in higher education
  • Shared Governance: Knowledge of the concepts and practices of academic governance, including employee involvement and individual accountability
  • Learning Theory and Practice: Knowledge of, or commitment to learn and use concepts and practices promoting effective teaching and learning
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Vice / Associate Dean Resume Examples & Samples

  • Works closely with the Dean in the overall administration of the Libraries and, if hired at the Vice Dean level, is responsible for overseeing day-to-day operations, serving as the primary Libraries administrator in the absence of the Dean
  • Provides administrative oversight, including supporting Department Heads in a supervisory capacity, for all or some combination of these departments, depending on hiring at the Vice or Associate Dean level: Office of Digital Innovation and Stewardship, Special Collections, Access and Information Services, Research and Learning, and Technology Strategies and Services
  • As a member of the Libraries’ Deans Working Group and Libraries Cabinet, participates in the development and implementation of a shared vision for the Libraries that contributes significantly to the mission of the University
  • Participates in strategic planning
  • Participates in Libraries-wide budget decisions, including budgeting to the strategic plan
  • Advocates for Libraries’ initiatives, services and partnerships by developing strong relationships with University faculty and administrators
  • Works closely with the Director of Development on fundraising strategies and donor development
  • Plays a key role in the recruitment of library faculty members and appointed professionals
  • Facilitates the development of a diverse, learning-oriented staff
  • Anticipates, initiates, and responds to changes in the environment, and keeps abreast of trends that impact higher education and the library profession to ensure that the Libraries and the University achieve their goals
  • Engages in professional activities at the regional and/or national level with library and/or higher education organizations
  • Embraces agility in a changing environment and is committed to continual professional development, improvement, and learning
  • Master’s degree in Library/Information Science from an ALA-accredited institution; or other relevant advanced degree
  • Extensive administrative experience (at least five years) within an academic library at the department head level or higher
  • Broad, in-depth knowledge in one or more of the following areas: information technology, scholarly communication, instruction, access/public services, and special collections
  • Ability to balance inclusivity and consultation with efficiency and accountability
  • Ability to identify opportunities and capitalize upon them
  • Ability to promote and advocate for the Libraries’ essential roles in support of the university’s mission and strategic directions
  • Active scholarship and professional service sufficient for appointment at the Associate or Full Librarian level
  • Background in information technology
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Associate Dean, UHM Resume Examples & Samples

  • The Associate Dean is a key member of the Dean’s management team and is assisting and advising the Dean in (a) planning, developing, directing, and evaluating academic programs in the College of Arts and Humanities and (b) making executive personnel, budgetary, and other decisions. Work involves extensive collaboration with the Dean and considerable contact with campus executives, program/administrative officers, department chairs, center directors, program coordinators, advisors, faculty, students, and community supporters. The Associate Dean also acts on behalf of the College Dean in his/her absence, carrying on routine business, budget review, and personnel matters
  • Provides leadership for academic planning and instructional matters in accordance with College of Arts and Humanities and UH Manoa mission, strategic plan, objectives/goals and budget
  • Oversees and coordinates academic program decisions for creating, modifying, and eliminating courses and programs in accordance with College of Arts and Humanities and UH Manoa criteria, policies and procedures. Oversees the scheduling of courses to meet student demands while assuring efficiency in course offerings
  • Responsible for curriculum, enrollment, awards, assessment and review, and supervising APT positions. Also, responsible for effectively administering communication within the College through a regular series of e-Newsletters as well as the Arts & Humanities website, and take on co-supervision of the newly formed A&H/LLL Advising Center and the UH Humanities Council
  • Assists the Dean and administrative office staff in formulating several key personnel and budgetary policies, including formulae for the equitable and transparent allocation of graduate assistants, lecturers, departmental budgets, and faculty/APT travel funds for professional development
  • Serves the greater campus and community through organized college participation in such events as The Manoa Experience and High School Counselors Workshop, serving on dissertation committees, search committees, participation in activities in the Center for Teaching Excellence, the Faculty Mentoring program, and the Study Abroad Center, and through leadership on the Manoa Forum Organizing Committee
  • Communicates with Department Chairs and Directors about new initiatives and policy changes related to academic affairs, developing and implementing procedures to ensure the quality of instruction (including on-line/distance learning), and promote a proactive commitment to course-and program-level assessments and evaluations to ensure that student learning outcomes are articulated with the institutional learning outcomes
  • Responsible for generating reports and surveys based on the College of Arts and Humanities and institutional data to effectively assess and evaluate programs and student success. Develop statistical reports to analyze trends and patterns to develop strategies and allocate resources. Assist with providing reports to the Dean for response to inquiries related to performance, activities and impact of the College
  • Oversees the coordination of college-wide logistics related to the periodic five-year review program and for academic outreach activities
  • Collaborates with the Advising Center and departmental academic advisors to implement policies and practices to ensure effective undergraduate and graduate student advising and quality student support services
  • Oversees the development and implementation of college-and department-level faculty workload policies to assure equity in workloads across departments as well as enhance scholarship and professional activity. Collect faculty workload data annually and distribute reports to Department Chairs for evaluation purposes
  • Responsible for the management of lecturer assignments and graduate assistants, in coordination with the Department Chairs
  • Responsible for teaching, student, and research award program. Oversee existing awards program and collaborate with internal and external parties to develop new awards to recognize faculty and student accomplishments. Provide leadership and guidance to the review committees
  • Assists the Dean and Department Chairs with student complaints and grievances, as needed
  • Serves as Acting Dean in the absence of the Dean
  • Participates and contributes to committees outside the College for academic and personnel matters, as needed
  • Earned doctorate or equivalent from an accredited institution in the fields of the arts, humanities or education
  • Attainment of rank of Full or Associate Professor
  • Five (5) years of academic experience and three (3) years of academic administrative leadership and management experience (e.g., departmental chair or director, assistant or associate dean) or comparable professional experience
  • Distinguished record of teaching and scholarly achievement in the areas of arts and humanities
  • Knowledge of the practices and principles related to academic affairs in an accredited college/university
  • Demonstrated ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with multiple constituencies internal and external to a university setting
  • Demonstrated working knowledge of the administrative and financial requirements in a higher education setting, specifically in the areas of instruction, research and service
  • Demonstrated ability to analyze institutional data in order to make strategic decisions
  • Demonstrated planning, organizational, and management skills
  • Ability to communicate and negotiate effectively with internal and external constituencies, both orally and in writing
  • Ability to function successfully in a multi-cultural and multi-ethnic environment
  • Five (5) years of academic administrative leadership and management experience (e.g., department chair or director, assistant or associate dean) in the field of arts and humanities
  • Demonstrated record of university-community engagement
  • Knowledge of UH policies and procedures related to academic affairs
  • Research focus on or experience with Hawaii and/or the Asia/Pacific region
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Associate Dean Resume Examples & Samples

  • Supervision of Research Services (Government Documents, Current Journals, Microforms, Educational Resources Center), Graduate Student Services, and three satellite libraries: Bob and Kathy Luke Architecture Library, Gertrude C. Ford Foundation Library (Jackson, MS), Phil Hardin Foundation Libraries (Meridian, MS)
  • Developing strategic direction with department coordinators for information, research, learning, and outreach
  • Fostering working relationships with library and academic colleagues
  • Fostering team building and participatory leadership in a constantly changing environment
  • Directing the Libraries’ Information Literacy Program
  • Enhancing the quality of service and playing a leading role in library-wide planning initiatives
  • Serving as the Coordinator of Research Services which includes
  • ALA accredited master’s degree
  • Documented supervisory/management experience of faculty and staff in a comprehensive research library at a minimum of seven (7) years; to include evidence of a career showing supervisory and broad program responsibilities in Public Services
  • Knowledge of ACRL’s Framework for Information Literacy for Higher Education
  • Experience working with diverse populations of students, faculty, staff, and community
  • Ability to work collaboratively with library colleagues, faculty, staff, and students to build teams to set and accomplish strategic goals
  • Understanding of teaching methodology and instructional design for a research university that serves a diverse population and a growing Distance Education Program
  • Demonstrated successful experience mentoring faculty through the promotion and tenure process
  • Exhibits excellent oral, written, and interpersonal skills
  • Demonstrates strong assessment and decision-making skills
  • Ability to carry out professional research and service necessary to meet Library and University requirements for promotion and tenure
  • Preferred, to include knowledge and/or experience with
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Associate Dean of Student Affairs Resume Examples & Samples

  • A master's degree required, doctorate preferred, and a minimum eight (8) years of student affairs professional work experience with progressive responsibility in a college or university setting
  • Demonstrated strong supervisory experience
  • Provides direct experience with crisis management in a higher education environment
  • Possess outstanding leadership, program planning and organizational skills to oversee and develop a multi-service area that provides a wide range of student services
  • Evidences strong problem solving, conflict resolution, and excellent personal judgment
  • Understands, can articulate and promote the role of diversity and inclusion in program conception, implementation and staff selection
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Associate Dean for Academic Affairs Resume Examples & Samples

  • Guide all curriculum development including the development of new undergraduate majors, minors, and interdisciplinary programs
  • Facilitate the revision of academic programs for curricular coherence
  • Oversee individualized interdisciplinary majors and minors and work with Interdisciplinary Program Directors to maintain and grow enrollments
  • Represent the Dean and the Dean’s office by working collaboratively with other offices and programs including the Registrar, Office of International Education, Dorothy Day Program, Athletics, ROTC, Service Learning, Haggerty Student Outreach, and the Vice Provost of Academic Affairs
  • Oversee nomination and selection of Outstanding Senior
  • Administrative oversight for Spark and New Student Orientation
  • Manage course approvals for Independent Studies and Study Abroad Courses
  • Collaborate with the Director of Records and the Senior Assistant Dean of Advising in making academic decisions regarding individual students
  • Manage/facilitate academic issues for students including unavoidable absences, temporary grades, single course withdrawals, and grade changes
  • Manage Courseleaf and Undergraduate Bulletin updates
  • Maintain and implement the academic policies and regulations of the college
  • Dean’s representative to the Academic Integrity Council, Transfer Student Committee, the Bias Incident Reporting Committee, and UBUS
  • Oversee grade appeals, Credit by Exam, and the grade roster and grade submission processes
  • Chair College Curriculum Committee and work with departments and the Provost’s office on assessment and program reviews
  • Schedule classes for ARSC and Interdisciplinary courses
  • Assist in developing and implementing college policies around on-line education
  • College liaison for the Honors Program
  • Other duties as assigned to help meet the goals and mission of the Klingler College of Arts and Science
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Associate Dean-academic Resume Examples & Samples

  • Possess outstanding organizational and leadership skills
  • Possess a terminal degree in one of the disciplines within the Sellinger School
  • Minimum of 5 years relevant academic experience
  • Proven record of outstanding academic achievement
  • Experience with AACSB accreditation
  • A demonstrated commitment to
  • Significant budgetary experience, preferably in an academic setting
  • Supervisory experience
  • A track record of research commensurate with AACSB standards
  • Demonstrated cross-collaborating skills in university governance
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Associate Dean of Instruction Resume Examples & Samples

  • Evaluates full-time and part-time faculty to ensure continuity of quality classroom instruction. Recommends enhancement, retention or non-retention. Provides written and verbal feedback on instructional quality according to Board/Union Collective Bargaining Agreements
  • Coordinates and directs the evaluation, review, and implementation of innovative curriculum additions and revisions. Reviews course outlines and syllabi and offers feedback and assistance
  • Assists the VP and Dean of Instruction in the tenure and post-tenure process
  • Assists with comprehensive orientation programs for full-time and part-time faculty
  • Works with the Office of Research to plan and conduct research
  • Represents the college to community organizations and agencies and participates on districtwide committees
  • Serves as weekend and/or evening administrator for the College
  • Completion of a Master’s degree from an accredited college or university required
  • Minimum of two (2) years in leadership position in higher education setting
  • Training, participation and/or knowledge of higher education accreditation procedures, articulation process, assessment and program review
  • Demonstrated commitment to diversity and multiculturalism in one’s work experience
  • Experience in union setting preferred
  • Demonstrated ability to create a learning environment that fosters student success
  • Demonstrated ability to develop a technologically integrated environment that fosters innovation within a learning organization
  • Demonstrated ability to resolve student complaints and recommend appropriate procedures for resolution. Preferred/ desirable qualifications
  • Experience working in a community college and instructional experience are highly preferred
  • Experience organizing or serving as a part of a self-study process (credit or occupational) are highly desirable
  • Experience with writing measurable student learning outcomes, creating appropriate syllabi, and participating in course- and program-level assessments
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Associate Dean Resume Examples & Samples

  • Develops, implements, and coordinates special projects for funded programs including preparation of proposals, projected expenditures, budget, etc
  • Confers with Dean to coordinate District-wide activities and functions related to areas of responsibilities
  • Coordinates program Advisory Committee meetings and activities
  • Collects and monitors data related to changing skills, new markets and developing technologies
  • Participates on college-wide committees
  • Performs related duties as required or assigned
  • Must have at least 2 years (4,000) hours of occupational work experience in one of the areas of supervision
  • Two years of coordination or supervisory experience, supervisory in a post-secondary institution preferred
  • Thorough knowledge related to the assigned area of instruction
  • General knowledge of the Wisconsin Technical College System (WTCS)
  • Ability to coordinate the planning, development, implementation, and revision of curricula in the area of responsibility
  • Ability to supervise, counsel, and evaluate teachers and staff
  • Ability to work effectively with administrators, faculty, students, representatives of outside agencies, the general public, and business and industry
  • Ability to work effectively with minimal supervision and provide a leadership role to others
  • Ability to communicate effectively through both oral and written means
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Associate Dean of Student Affairs Resume Examples & Samples

  • A current resume,
  • Online application
  • Copy of all college transcripts (Official transcripts will be required within 30 days of hire.)
  • 3 letters of recommendation