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Dean, School of Education, Business, Human Services, School of Education, Business, and Human Services

Assistant Dean for Undergraduate Curriculum, Policy and Operations

Department: College of Arts and Sciences
Job Number: 15086
Date Posted: 11/18/2015
Status: Accepting applications
Assists the Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences in maintaining the academic quality of undergraduate programs, and operations of the College; works with the School Deans, the Council on Undergraduate Education (CUE), department chairs, program directors, faculty, the Registrar's Office and other key offices to initiate, track, apply, and update undergraduate policies, procedures, and curriculum; monitors the Undergraduate Catalog for quality control and for consistency with actions approved by the CUE and Faculty Senate; monitors the curriculum and makes sure it is aligned with academic rigor; ensures that the department syllabi align with the curriculum; along with the departments, oversees the tracking of student progress and milestones from admissions to graduation; coordinates the oversight of the Undergraduate Studies' Academic Integrity process; works with the New Student Orientation committee on the planning and production of Orientation; supports the oversight of the Online Degree Completion Program; and reports to the Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences (CAS).
Ph.D. or Ed.D required. Experience with administration and management of undergraduate curriculum, policies, and operations. Experience working with faculty governance bodies on undergraduate curriculum and policies. Familiarity with PeopleSoft, a database management software for student records, including degree audits. Demonstrated ability to work collaboratively with students, staff, and faculty. ASL fluency required at time of hire.
$103,400 to $186,100


Dean, School of Education, Business, Human Services

Department: School of Education, Business, and Human Services
Job Number: 15075
Date Posted: 11/9/2015
Status: 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 following the principles of multicultural organization development; and ensures recruitment, mentoring, and retention of exemplary faculty, staff, and students with special emphasis on diversity and collaboration.
Possesses an earned doctorate in education, business or one of the human services fields represented by programs in SEBHS. A record of successful teaching experience in one or more of these fields and an established record of publications and research. A record of increasingly responsible leadership and supervisory experience in higher education, including previous experience as a department chair, an assistant dean, associate dean or dean. 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 ability to develop and implement strategic planning, including demonstrated expertise in budgeting and resource allocation to achieve strategic goals and objectives. Evidence of effectively fostering application of cutting-edge learning theories and methods. Excellent interpersonal, communication, writing, and advocacy skills. Fluency in American Sign Language at time of application.

$139,100 to $278,200
Application Information:
Review of applications will begin January 15, 2016.

Director, Financial Aid

Department: Financial Aid
Job Number: 15074
Date Posted: 10/27/2015
Status: Accepting applications
Oversees the Financial Aid Office which administers student financial aid programs that are funded by the federal government, various states and the university. Responsible for ensuring compliance with federal regulations, state regulations, and university policies; ensures that procedures and processes are automated and streamlined to promote excellent customer service; and provides financial aid reports and other related data to the University and U.S. Department of Education.
Master's degree in student personnel, higher education administration or related field. A minimum eight years of experience in financial aid or state/federal agencies that manages student financial assistance programs for students to attend college. Possess working knowledge and skills of database systems, preferably PeopleSoft. Evidence of management or supervisory experience. Knowledge of Federal/other higher education financial aid programs and the regulations governing the administration of these programs. No American Sign Language required at time of application but must be willing to learn and become proficient within a reasonable period of time.
$86,100 to $155,000

VPAPEDI & Chief Diversity Officer

Department: Office of Diversity
Job Number:
Date Posted: 6/5/2015
Status: Accepting applications
Vice President and Associate Provost for Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion & Chief Diversity Officer
Gallaudet University
Washington, DC
Gallaudet University invites applications for the position of Vice President and Associate Provost for Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion (VPAPEDI). The VPAPEDI will serve as the campus Chief Diversity Officer (CDO), aligned with a "hybrid" collaborative, unit-based, and portfolio style CDO leadership model. The VPAPEDI position is a senior, cabinet-level position jointly reporting to the university President and Provost, and independently consulting with the Board of Trustees. In reporting to the President, the VPAPEDI will address staff and administrative concerns; in reporting to the Provost, the VPAPEDI will engage student, faculty, curricular, and scholarship concerns.

The ideal candidate for the VPAPEDI position will have excellent relational skills and bring renewed energy, fresh perspectives, and innovative ideas. The campus has prioritized hiring a community builder who can be described as open-minded, approachable, empathetic, having heart, flexible, a listener, adaptive, an ambassador, and collaborative, as well as courageous, resourceful, adept at conflict negotiation, action-oriented, and an advocate.

Fluency in American Sign Language (ASL) and written English are strongly preferred. Willingness to work toward the development of ASL proficiency and English literacy within two years of assuming the VPAPEDI position is required. To facilitate this development, the university will provide the selectee intensive ASL and English literacy instruction and on-campus housing to create as close to a second language learning immersion experience as is possible.

The ideal candidate will possess a doctorate, with areas of primary expertise in diversity-related higher education leadership, multicultural organizational development, diversity training, social justice education, language learning, international relations, intergroup dialogue, cross-cultural counseling, and/or related fields. She/he will also have an academic profile (including an established, relevant research agenda and success in collegiate teaching) worthy of tenure at the rank of associate or full professor. The candidate will also have demonstrated effective experience in: evidence-based decision making; budgeting; grant-making; staff supervision and management; policy development; equity compliance, mediation, conflict resolution, collective bargaining, and risk reduction; employee and student recruitment, retention, and programming; faculty, staff, and student development; public relations and marketing; purchasing and supplier diversity; multicultural curriculum development and implementation; and diversity-related assessment and evaluation. Candidates who can demonstrate competency in all twelve of the Standards of Professional Practice for Chief Diversity Officers (CDO) established by the National Association of Diversity Officers in Higher Education (NADOHE) in 2014 (, but who may not possess all of the afore-referenced ideal candidate credentials will be considered.

The VPAPEDI must employ a walk around style of leadership in engaging with university stakeholder and constituent groups, both on and off campus. It is of paramount importance that the selectee makes herself/himself available to students, and is willing to dedicate time to interacting with students in the residence hall context, as well as during evening and weekend activities and events.

The VPAPEDI position search will begin in June of 2015 and conclude in December of 2015. Applications/nominations will continue to be accepted until the position is filled. Screening of candidates will begin in August of 2015. Candidate finalists will be invited for campus interviews in November of 2015. The selected candidate will begin work at the outset of the Spring 2016 academic semester.

Salary commensurate with experience
Application Information:
To apply, please submit a letter of interest that carefully addresses the afore-referenced qualifications for the position, along with a Curriculum Vitae or Résumé inclusive of the names and contact information for at least five references (at least one supervisory and one academic). Application materials should be electronically submitted to:

Ms. Rita B. Jenoure
Board Liaison/Presidential Support Specialist
Office of the President

Questions about the search timeline or the position profile should be directed to:

Dr. Christine Clark
Search Consultant

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Gallaudet University is an equal opportunity employer/educational institution and does not discriminate on the basis of race, sex, national origin, religion, age, hearing status, disability, covered veteran status, marital status, personal appearance, sexual orientation, family responsibilities, matriculation, political affiliation, source of income, place of business or residence, pregnancy, childbirth, or any other unlawful basis. Employees and recruiting sources are encouraged to refer qualified individuals from protected classes for available positions. Individuals who may have inquiries regarding the University’s policy and procedures or who may wish to file a complaint should contact the University’s EEO Office, Gallaudet University, 800 Florida Avenue, N.E., Washington, DC 20002-3695, 202-651-5462.
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