Job Listing - Administrators
Dean, School of Education, Business, Human ServicesDepartment: School of Education, Business, and Human ServicesJob Number: 14142Date Posted: 11/21/2014Status: Accepting applications
Serves as the chief administrator, spokesperson and advocate for the School of Education, Business, and Human Services, providing progressive and dynamic leadership; facilitates long-range planning and direction for the programs and services in the School; and ensures recruitment, mentoring, and retention of exemplary faculty, staff, and students with special emphasis on diversity and collaboration.
Earned doctorate and a record of increasingly responsible leadership and supervisory experience in higher education, including successful teaching experience in graduate school and/or professional programs and an established record of publications and research. Demonstrated ability to administer successfully through a shared governance model. A record of commitment to multicultural organizational development and efforts that have maximized the effective education of deaf and hard of hearing students from diverse backgrounds and cultures, including strong evidence of knowledge, leadership and accountability for promoting the diversity of faculty, staff, and students. Demonstrated expertise in budgeting and resource allocation to achieve strategic objectives. Evidence of effectively fostering application of cutting-edge learning theories and methods. Demonstrated ability to develop and implement strategic plans. Excellent interpersonal, communication, writing, and advocacy skills. Fluency in American
Sign Language at time of application.
$139,100 to $278,200
Review of applications will begin on March 16th and continue until filled.
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