Job Listing - Administrators
Assistant Dean for Graduate EducationDepartment: Graduate School and Continuing StudiesJob Number: 15094Date Posted: 12/14/2015Status: Accepting applications
Assists the Dean of the Graduate School in maintaining the academic quality of graduate programs; works with the school deans, the Council on Graduate Education (CGE), department chairs, program coordinators, faculty, the Registrar's Office and other key offices to develop and maintain a system for initiating, tracking and updating graduate policies, procedures and curriculum; monitors the Graduate School catalog for quality control and for consistency with actions approved by the CGE and Faculty Senate; works with other units to ensure timely registration and continuous matriculation by graduate students; works with other units to monitor admission-related and probationary conditions on graduate students' enrollment; monitors the establishment and conduct of Dissertation and Thesis committees; coordinates the oversight of the Graduate School's Academic Integrity and Responsible Conduct of Research (AI/RCR) initiatives; ensures compliance with regulations concerning Objectivity in Research and Investigator Financial Disclosure; coordinates special activities for the Graduate School; and reports to the Dean of the Graduate School.
Ph.D. or Ed.D required. Experience with administration and management of graduate curriculum, policies and procedures. Familiarity with faculty governance bodies that concentrate on graduate curriculum and policy. Familiarity with PeopleSoft, a database management software for student records, including degree audits. Familiarity with issues related to academic integrity and responsible conduct of research. Demonstrated ability to work collegially with graduate students, staff and faculty, and to collaborate effectively with multiple units on campus. ASL fluency required at the time of hire.
Minimum Salary: $105,400
(ACADEMIC AFFAIRS DEPARTMENT EMPLOYEES ONLY)
Assistant Dean for Undergraduate Curriculum, Policy and OperationsDepartment: College of Arts and SciencesJob Number: 15086Date Posted: 11/18/2015Status: 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.
Minimum Salary: $105,400
(ACADEMIC AFFAIRS EMPLOYEES ONLY)
Associate Provost, Student Success and Academic QualityDepartment: Office of Academic Quality and PlanningJob Number: 16022Date Posted: 3/3/2016Status: Accepting applications
The Associate Provost for Student Success and Academic Quality (APSSAQ) provides strategic leadership, analytic support and oversight to provide students with integrated, high quality programming, beginning with their first contact with the university as enrolled new students and following through to degree completion and movement into productive post graduation endeavors; supports faculty leadership in the development of core curriculum; oversees institutional research, accreditation, academic support services, and faculty development; facilitates new program review; serves as a member of the academic affairs leadership team; and reports directly to the Provost.
Earned doctorate and a record of increasingly responsible leadership and supervisory experience in higher education, including successful teaching experience in higher education, and an established record of publications and research. Possesses knowledge of educational practices and trends in higher education, along with a record of commitment to equity and inclusive excellence in student success. Evidence of the use of empirically based inquiry to analyze and solve problems and a record of effectively fostering application of cutting-edge student development and learning theories and methods. Evidence of a capacity to lead effectively within a community based on consensus building, transparency, and candid communication. Demonstrates a leadership style characterized by energy, flexibility, inclusiveness, integrity and openness. Excellent interpersonal communication, writing, and advocacy skills. Fluency in American Sign Language at the time of application required.
Minimum Salary $169,900
Executive Director, Demonstration Elementary and Secondary SchoolsDepartment: Laurent Clerc National Deaf Education CenterJob Number: 16039Date Posted: 4/8/2016Status: Accepting applications
Serves as the primary instructional leader for the demonstration schools; provides leadership and instructional vision and direction, in alignment with the mission and vision of the Clerc Center, to the Principals, Director of Student Life, and Director of Curriculum and Assessment to ensure exemplary programs and innovative, effective instruction at KDES and MSSD; serves as a resource to instructional leadership in both schools for the design, development, implementation and alignment of research-based, standards-aligned curricula, instructional methodologies, bilingual instruction, professional development and assessments; works with the Director of Student Life to design and implement innovative programs to promote the academic, social, emotional, and life planning growth for students, living-learning environments, school-teacher-dorm collaboration and curriculum infusion, residence hall maintenance and programs, community governance, and other services based on best practices/concepts in student development; oversees the development of partnerships with leading educational and community organizations both locally and nationally to support, complement and enhance school and student life programs; develops information/resources for dissemination explaining Clerc Center's instructional programs to key constituencies, stakeholders, and oversight groups; maintains communication and articulation with the Clerc Center's partner state and other programs serving deaf and hard of hearing students; ensures compliance in both schools for all relevant special education laws and Gallaudet University and Clerc Center policies; and administers all functions relative to grants and budgets for curriculum, instruction, and staff development.
Master's degree and a minimum eight years of administrative and/or educational leadership experience (including experience as a lead teacher) in an educational program for deaf and hard of hearing students. Current teacher or administration certification. Proven executive-level leadership skills, including building and leading cross-functional teams. Demonstrated ability to effectively lead simultaneous, major initiatives from inception to completion. Demonstrated knowledge of current trends in effective educational practices, including requirements of Every Student Succeeds Act. Demonstrated knowledge in program planning, curriculum development, student assessment, and program planning. Ability to interpret and implement laws, rules, and policies. Excellent interpersonal skills. Demonstrated ability to work effectively with people from diverse backgrounds and to cultivate an atmosphere of teamwork within and across units. Knowledge of current trends in the field, including effective practices in general education and the education of deaf and hard of hearing students. Excellent writing and editing skills. Able to converse fluently in high-level professional and academic discourse in American Sign Language.
Minimum Salary: $118,000
Deadline Date: May 6, 2016
To apply, please submit a letter of interest along with the application form and resume.
Executive Director, University CommunicationsDepartment: University CommunicationsJob Number: 16048Date Posted: 4/29/2016Status: Accepting applications
Provides leadership and direction to the University's external relations activities of public and media relations, creative services and marketing and video services; designs and implements a coordinated and effective communications program; works closely with the President of the University, members of the Board of Trustees, members of the Board of Associates, and other administrative leaders (particularly those with marketing responsibilities) to articulate the University's key messages and ensure they are effectively and consistently delivered to all strategic constituencies; develops media relations strategies aimed at gaining the University positive exposure in local, national and international media outlets; directs the design, writing, and production of the University's most influential internal and external publications, in printed, electronic and video format; and ensures all activities reflect Gallaudet's strategic objectives in both content and appearance; oversees the functions of media relations, video services, selected marketing activities, printed and e-publications, including the print magazine and newsletter, e-newsletters, social media, campaign materials, and the Gallaudet website; and supervises staff; and works closely with the Vice President of Institutional Advancement,
Master's degree from an accredited institution. A minimum eight years of progressively responsible and demonstrably successful external relations, public or media relations, or related fields (some experience as an Education Administrator would be considered). Strong, demonstrated understanding of multichannel communications. Demonstrated ability to provide management oversight, leadership, and direction with at least three years of supervisory experience. A broad background in external relations with demonstrated track record designing and implementing a comprehensive communications strategy for an educational institution, not-for-profit organization, or other environment of similar complexity with multiple stakeholders. Experience in measuring the plan's activities with appropriate rigor and metrics. An appreciation for communication styles in a bilingual environment including English and American Sign Language (ASL). Fluency in ASL and written English is required.
Minimum Salary: $118,000
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