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Director Of Student Affairs Assessment
Director of Student Affairs Assessment Category:Professional Department:Student Affairs and Strategic Initiatives Locations:Binghamton, NY Posted:Oct 13, '17 Type:Full-time Ref. No.:00065 Share About Binghamton University:
Binghamton University is a world-class institution that unites more than 130 broadly interdisciplinary educational programs with some of the most vibrant research in the nation. Our unique character - shaped by outstanding academics, facilities and community life - promotes extraordinary student success. Binghamton merges rigorous academics, distinguished faculty and state-of-the-art facilities to engage and challenge its 17,000 students.
The high-achieving Binghamton student body also represents a great diversity of life experiences, from first-generation college-goers to international students. Beyond their talent, these classmates share a desire to shape the future through technology, insight, intellectual exploration and community service.
Budget Title: Senior Staff Associate Salary: Commensurate with experience and qualifications Overview The Director of the office of Student Affairs and Strategic Initiatives (SAASI) leads a talented team of analysts providing data analysis, program assessment and strategic planning support for the Division of Student Affairs and, in collaboration with Institutional Research and Assessment, for the university.
Division of Student Affairs The Division of Student Affairs at Binghamton University manages a portfolio of traditional student affairs units, as well as auxiliary enterprises and multiple academic support programs. Given the programmatic and budgetary scale ($60M), the Division maintains its own business, planning and assessment, communications and HR offices under the direction of the Assistant Vice President for Student Affairs Administration and Auxiliary Services, to whom the Director will report. The Division of Student Affairs at Binghamton is an entrepreneurial, creative and analytics-driven culture where change is a constant.
The Vice President places a high value upon informed risk-taking and strategic innovation. The Director of SAASI is continuously engaged with the Vice President in conceiving, validating and developing new initiatives. The institutional culture is genuinely collaborative; Student Affairs and Academic Affairs joint enterprises include co-leading the institution's high impact learning innovations council.
The University has recently invested in SAS Analytics, which will help staff acquire trusted data, create dynamic reports and develop key performance dashboards in support of data-based decision-making. Given those divisional and institutional cultural touchstones, the successful candidate will demonstrate the capacity to think outside of traditional assessment boundaries and independently navigate across a university. Office of Student Affairs Assessment and Strategic Initiatives (SAASI) The SAASI staff, professionals as well as graduate and undergraduate interns, are talented and motivated; and the founding director has cultivated a high-performance, team-oriented culture.
The work of the office includes traditional assessment as well as data analytics, data visualization, outreach and professional development and creative data mining projects to support strategic initiatives. Past projects have measured how students actually spend their time, the migration patterns of students across different on-campus and off-campus housing options and a meta-analysis of the different types of high impact learning. The office also maintains "B-Engaged", a tool to facilitate, coordinate and report on student co-curricular activities and experiences that serves as the backbone of the university wide strategic priority centered on high-impact learning.
SAASI is at the center of a dynamic Division of Student Affairs which significantly impacts the strategic direction of the university as a whole. The Director of SAASI is, accordingly, highly visible across the University. Duties and Responsibilities include:
Lead a team of five professional staff members; and recruit, hire, train, motivate and supervise team members, including talented graduate and undergraduate students, in mining gems from data, and presenting information in a compelling and creative fashion
Directly support the Vice President for Student Affairs in evaluating current programs and services and in conceiving, validating and implementing new approaches
Serve on university project teams including but not limited to the High Impact Learning Innovations Council to contribute expertise with respect to data collection, analysis, visualization and reporting
Partner with the Vice President and other leaders to influence a culture of genuine innovation where units undertake critical program evaluation and data analysis in order to become truly responsive organizations unafraid of trail-blazing
Provide leadership and expertise in the design, implementation and interpretation of assessment and planning applied to programs and services across the Division of Student Affairs
Critically evaluate divisional assessment practices and eliminate those which are unnecessary, uninformative and not meaningfully relied upon
Facilitate and maintain high standards for quantitative and qualitative analysis for a broad range of university data and processes for quality improvement, reporting and decision making
Support Division of Student Affairs fundraising efforts by supporting communications staff in the development of compelling program narratives
Master's degree required, doctorate preferred, in a field related to higher education, assessment, statistics, management, or social science
Minimum of four years' experience working in evaluation, assessment, project management and/or research in higher education, though the unusual candidate with strong relevant experience may be considered
Demonstrated track record of supervising, inspiring, training and guiding employees, including students
Demonstrated ability to build productive relationships with faculty, academic administrators, student affairs professionals, students and student groups, with sensitivity, insight, and savvy
Experience with managing institutional data, and a solid grounding in the laws and best practices in collecting and disseminating data; experience in the subtleties of formatting and disseminating assessment information for a variety of audiences
Sophistication in managing expectations and facilitating conversations with senior leaders in all areas
Highly effective office management skills, strong project management skills with acute attention to detail, ability to manage demanding workflow and competing deadlines
Exceptional oral and written communications skills
Creative innovation skills, the ability to work independently and to lead a team
Commitment to diversity and serving the needs of a diverse community Additional Information: Offers of employment may be contingent upon successful completion of a pre-employment background check and verification of degree(s) and credentials.
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For information on the Dual Career Program, please visit: https://www.binghamton.edu/human-resources/dual-career-program/ Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer The State University of New York is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. It is the policy of Binghamton University to provide for and promote equal opportunity employment, compensation, and other terms and conditions of employment without discrimination on the basis of age, race, color, religion, disability, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, veteran or military service member status, marital status, domestic violence victim status, genetic predisposition or carrier status, or arrest and/or criminal conviction record unless based upon a bona fide occupational qualification or other exception. As required by title IX and its implementing regulations Binghamton University does not discriminate on the basis of sex in the educational programs and activities which it operates.
This requirement extends to employment and admission. Inquiries about sex discrimination may be directed to the University Title IX Coordinator or directly to the Office of Civil Rights (OCR). Contact information for the Title IX Coordinator and OCR, as well as the University's complete Non-Discrimination Notice may be found here. Application Instructions:
Deadline for Internal Applicants: 10/30/2017 Deadline for External Applicants: Open until filled Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the vacancy is filled. Persons interested in this position should apply online. Please submit:
Cover letter, and
Contact information for three professional references You may add additional files/documents after uploading your resume. After you fill out your contact information, you will be directed to the upload page.
Please login to check/edit your profile or to upload additional documents:http://binghamton.interviewexchange.com/login.jsp The State University of New York is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. As required by title IX and its implementing regulations Binghamton University does not discriminate on the basis of sex in the educational programs and activities which it operates.
This requirement extends to employment and admission. Inquiries about sex discrimination may be directed to the University Title IX Coordinator or directly to the Office of Civil Rights (OCR). Contact information for the Title IX Coordinator and OCR, as well as the University's complete Non-Discrimination Notice may be found here.
Director Of Academic Programs Of The Community Scholar Program, Center For Multicultural Equity & Access – Division Of Student Affairs
Located in a historic neighborhood in the nation's capital, Georgetown offers rigorous academic programs, a global perspective, exciting ways to take advantage of Washington, D.C., and a commitment to social justice. Our community is a tight knit group of remarkable individuals interested in intellectual inquiry and making a difference in the world. Requirements Director of Academic Programs of the Community Scholar Program, Center for Multicultural Equity & Access – Division of Student Affairs Georgetown University’s Center for Multicultural Equity & Access (CMEA) enhances the education of students historically denied access to Georgetown University because of their race or ethnicity. To that end, we provide mentoring, multicultural programming, diversity education, and academic support; we work to create a community committed to education of the whole person and care for others; and we challenge the University to fulfill its commitment to justice for the common good. For more than forty years, CMEA’s Community Scholars Program (CSP) has led Georgetown's efforts to promote social justice by enrolling a more racially and socioeconomically diverse student body. The program provides enhanced educational opportunity for a multicultural cohort of first-generation college students who have achieved the dream of higher education through personal initiative, service, and academic excellence. The Director of Academic Programs of the Community Scholar Program (CSP) provides academic leadership for students in order to enhance their learning and to promote academic success and retention at Georgetown University through classroom instruction, curricular design, pedagogy and academic advising. Reporting to the CMEA Director, the Director of Academic Programs collaborates closely with Director of CSP, and consults regularly with Director of Writing Program, the Chair, Director of Graduate Studies, and the Director of Undergraduate Studies of the English Department, in duties that include but are not limited to: Instruction and Pedagogy
Teaches one summer and fall section of WRIT012.
Recruits, appoints, supports and guides the English Department and Writing Program faculty who teach WRIT012.
Hires, trains, and mentors graduate writing associates who work with WRIT012 sections, in collaboration with the Director of the Writing Program.
Aligns program goals with that of CMEA mission and goals.
Consults with CMEA’s pre-college academic writing curriculum. Curriculum Design and Supervision
Serves as curricular program leader for the sections of WRIT012 taught in the summer as part of CSP.
Leads meetings of WRIT012 faculty before and during summer session.
Remains in contact with the other WRIT012 instructors during the fall in order to gauge the progress of first-year Community Scholars.
Leads ongoing assessment of WRIT012, as cornerstone of CSP academic curriculum, in consultation with the University Writing Program.
Manages data collection and accountability for satisfactory academic progress of scholars. Academic Support Advising and Programming
Provides academic advising to students in CSP and other identified special populations.
Organizes and leads academic seminars for Community Scholars and other students during the academic year.
Participates in regular programs offered by CMEA and the Georgetown Scholarship Program. Program Administration
Serves on the primary management team for CSP, working closely with the CSP Director and representative from College Dean’s office.
Works with College Dean representative to place CSP students in summer classes.
Serves on the CSP Admissions Committee.
Participates in regular programs offered by CMEA and the Georgetown Scholarship Program.
Secures classrooms, text books and all relevant materials for all writing sections. Requirements
Advanced degree – preference for PhD or other terminal degree in Composition and Rhetoric, English, or a related field
Teaching, research and programming expertise relating to first-generation students and students of color The deadline for applications is September 15, 2017. . Current Employees: If you currently work at Georgetown University, please exit this website and login to GMS (gms.georgetown.edu) using your Net ID and password. Then select the Career worklet on your GMS Home dashboard to view Jobs at Georgetown. Submission Guidelines: Please note that in order to be considered an applicant for any position at Georgetown University you must submit a cover letter and resume for each position of interest for which you believe you are qualified. These documents are not kept on file for future positions. Need Assistance: If you are a qualified individual with a disability and need a reasonable accommodation for any part of the application and hiring process, please click here for more information, or contact the Office of Institutional Diversity, Equity, and Affirmative Action (IDEAA) at 202-687-4798 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Need some assistance with the application process? Please call 202-687-2500 EEO Statement: Georgetown University is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer fully dedicated to achieving a diverse faculty and staff. All qualified applicants are encouraged to apply and will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, age, sex (including pregnancy, gender identity and expression, and sexual orientation), disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law. Georgetown University is one of the world’s leading academic and research institutions, offering a unique educational experience that prepares the next generation of global citizens to lead and make a difference in the world. We are a vibrant community of exceptional students, faculty, alumni and professionals dedicated to real-world applications of our research, scholarship, faith and service. Established in 1789, Georgetown is the nation’s oldest Catholic and Jesuit University. Drawing upon the 450-year-old legacy of Jesuit education, we provide students with a world-class learning experience focused on educating the whole person through exposure to different faiths, cultures and beliefs. Students are challenged to engage in the world and become men and women in the service of others, especially the most vulnerable and disadvantaged members of the community. These values are at the core of Georgetown’s identity, binding members of the community across diverse backgrounds.
Director Of Student Affairs
Click here to apply for the Director of Student Affairs position Current Staff Openings Skilled Trades Worker Click here to apply for the Skilled Trades Worker position. Adult Education Paraprofessional for Marion County ADULT EDUCATION PARAPROFESSIONAL Arkansas State University – Mountain Home seeks applicants for a part-time Paraprofessional for the Marion County Adult Education Center in Yellville.
This is a part-time, twelve month position and reports to the Director of Adult Education. The rate of pay starts at $12.00 per hour. The Adult Education Paraprofessional is responsible for assisting teachers/instructors, with the educational process by training students in daily living skills, pre-vocational skills, and/or academic areas.
May provides clerical and office support to Adult Education Coordinator and Instructors.
Must have a high school diploma and two years of similar experience. Please note, position continuation will be contingent upon renewed grant funding each fiscal year.
Application deadline is Tuesday, Nov. 14th. How to Apply: To apply, please submit a completed Adult Education Paraprofessional Application, with all of the following attached:
Cover letter Resume with contact information for three professional references Unofficial transcripts for highest degree received (Please redact SSNs and birthdates) The link to upload these documents is embedded within the application form. Please have all documents ready to upload before beginning the application form. Please read the application instructions before starting the form. SDL2017
Student Affairs Director
How to Apply Review of applications will begin November 27, 2017 and will continue until the position is filled. A resume and cover letter explaining how the applicant meets the qualifications specified in this announcement may be submitted via the Spelman Johnson website at www.spelmanjohnson.com/open-positions Confidential inquiries and nominations for this position may be emailed to James M. Norfleet at email@example.com Applicants needing reasonable accommodation to participate in the application process should contact Spelman Johnson at 413-529-2895.
Job Summary The University of Michigan, one of the great public research universities in the nation and the world, seeks an energetic leader, skilled administrator, and collaborative campus partner to serve as Director of the William Monroe Trotter Multicultural Center. From the time of its founding in 1817, the University of Michigan has developed into a national model of a complex, diverse, and comprehensive institution of higher learning that supports excellence in research; provides outstanding undergraduate, graduate, and professional education; and demonstrates commitment to public service and engagement.
It is one of only two institutions consistently ranked among the nation’s top ten public universities. Many of its departments and professional schools are ranked among the top ten in the country. The University has an annual budget of over $7 billion and $1.3 billion in annual research expenditures. The Ann Arbor campus is located 35 miles west of Detroit, with regional campuses located in the cities of Dearborn and Flint.
The Trotter Center The William Monroe Trotter House officially opened its doors as a Black student cultural center in 1971 and was named after publisher and civil-rights activist William Monroe Trotter. In 1981, the mission of the Trotter House was expanded to serve all students and, in 2004, its name was changed to the William Monroe Trotter Multicultural Center.
Today, the Trotter Center is a vibrant hub that welcomes and serves all members of the campus community. In the fall of 2018, the Trotter Center will move to a new, specially designed 20,000-square-foot building located at the heart of the University’s central campus. Its new location will be emblematic of the important role the Trotter Center plays in the life of the institution. The new Trotter Center will serve as an iconic and programmatic symbol for all students, as an open and inclusive facility that fosters intercultural engagement and strengthens connections between and among communities, as a supportive home and environment to those committed to social justice and diversity, and as a space that celebrates the tradition and history of the Trotter Center and the activism of students.
The Director of the William Monroe Trotter Multicultural Center will be responsible for developing, directing, and administering all operations, programming, services, and resources that advance the mission of the Trotter Center and the core values of the University of Michigan and its Division of Student Life. Characteristic duties and responsibilities include: envisioning the next era of excellence and innovation for the Trotter Center and working with students, faculty, staff, senior administrators, alumni, and other stakeholders to establish support and capacity to implement this vision; partnering with academic and administrative units to implement initiatives that enhance student development, multicultural education, and campus climate; working primarily with students and student organizations and with other internal and external constituencies to provide activities, programs, and intellectual exchanges that engage diverse perspectives and identities, promote cultural competence, enrich campus climate, and foster a culture of mutual respect and inclusion; serving as a mentor and advocate for students, providing direct support and connecting them with the many resources available at the institution; working creatively with others to anticipate and provide constructive responses to challenging student and community issues; overseeing facility operations, marketing, reservation processes, maintenance, security, and other functions; managing the unit’s budget and supporting fundraising and grant development efforts; and coordinating the assessment and continuous improvement of operations, programs, and services.
Reporting to the Associate Vice President for Student Life, the Director will supervise two full-time staff and approximately 30 graduate and undergraduate student staff and interns. The University of Michigan is actively engaged in a capital campaign designed to increase resources for major diversity, equity, and inclusion initiatives, including the Trotter Center.
Required Qualifications* Minimum requirements include a master’s degree and five years of related experience; a doctorate is preferred, as is eight or more years of progressive experience in student life, multicultural education, and/or a related field. The University of Michigan is seeking a thoughtful, energetic, and highly collaborative administrator who demonstrates a passion for working with students and helping them flourish on campus, is adept at both strategy and operations, and has a track record of advancing diversity, equity, and inclusion in higher education.
The position requires an experienced leader of people and programs who communicates effectively, manages resources wisely, acts with the highest degree of integrity, and inspires the confidence and trust of others. The ideal candidate will demonstrate the commitment and capacity to serve as a caring adviser and mentor for students, particularly those from underserved and underrepresented groups, and the interpersonal skills, diplomacy, political savvy, and sensitivity to engage effectively with all constituencies, build consensus for change, and thrive in a highly complex and decentralized environment. U-M EEO/AA Statement The University of Michigan is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer.
Job Opening ID 149426
Working Title Director of the William Monroe Trotter Multicultural Center
Job Title Student Affairs Director
Work Location Ann Arbor CampusAnn Arbor, MI Full/Part Time Full-Time Regular/Temporary
Dsa Central Administ
Trotter Multicultural Center Posting Begin/End Date 10/25/2017 – 11/27/2017
Career Interest Academic & Student Services Apply Now at http://careers.umich.edu/job_detail/apply/149426
Director Of Admission And Student Affairs - School Of Pharmacy
Director of Admission and Student Affairs - School of PharmacyApplyClinical Pharmacy & Pharmaceutic Econ&Poli/FacultyLos Angeles, California Since its founding in 1905, the USC School of Pharmacy leads the nation in advancing pharmaceutical care, education, and research in educating a new generation of pharmacists. The USC School of Pharmacy is ranked the number 1 private pharmacy school in the nation and is in the top 10 of all schools of pharmacy.
The challenge of recruiting and retaining the highest quality of students has expanded to include not only the traditional regional recruitment areas of Southern California but also seeks an individual with the experience and initiative to develop a national and international recruitment program of the highest quality. The School of Pharmacy has recently revised its PharmD curriculum to strengthen it to provide students with the very best preparation for an ever-changing marketplace. The roles of the future pharmacist include not only practice in traditional settings but also work in regulatory affairs, the pharmaceutical industry, drug development, and academia.
Additionally, while not in the direct portfolio of this position, the Ph.D. programs have been supplemented with a new range of specialty Masters Programs to provide additional direct educational experiences that can enhance the PharmD degree and also stand alone. Within this framework the new Director of Admission and Student Affairs will have a major influence on the restructuring of the Admission Office that also handles the more fundamental aspects of student recruitment, admissions and retention. These include financial aid, registration, input on tuition and fees, academic policies and standards, development of student advisement and intervention programs, mentoring programs, and other related responsibilities.
As a member of the School’s leadership team the incumbent will require strong organization skills, the ability to work effectively and collegially with the entire range of operations from clerical to senior leadership, and will be able to succeed in a variety of pressure situations with simultaneous demands and priorities along with quality outcomes. Excellent oral and written communication skills are necessary. While familiarity with USC systems is a plus, the right candidate will find no difficulty in mastering those systems and developing other in-house systems to effectively and efficiently meet the demands of the Office.
Minimum requirements include a Bachelor’s Degree; a Master’s Degree is a plus Minimum experience is 5 – 10 years; 10 years or more is a plus of which 3 years would ideally be in a similar position. Minimum Education: Bachelor's degree.
Combined experience/education as substitute for minimum education. Minimum Experience: 5 years Minimum Field of Expertise: Supervisory experience in student programs and services REQ20051807 Posted Date: 10/09/2017
Assistant Director, Student Affairs Assessment And Planning
Assistant Director, Student Affairs Assessment and Planning Category:Professional Department:Student Learning and Assessment Locations:Albany, NY Posted:Jul 18, '17 Type:Full-time Ref. No.:P17-47210 Share About University at Albany: Established in 1844 and designated a University Center of the State University of New York in 1962, the University at Albany's broad mission of excellence in undergraduate and graduate education, research and public service engages a diverse student body of more than 17,300 students in nine schools and colleges across three campuses. Located in Albany, New York, New York State's capital, the University is convenient to Boston, New York City and the Adirondacks.
The Division of Student Affairs' Office of Student Affairs Assessment and Planning is seeking a highly qualified individual to fill the Assistant Director position. The Assistant Director aids in collaborating and consulting with campus partners on the design and implementation of research projects, develops assessments using various qualitative and quantitative methodologies; performs critical analysis of literature; and analyzes data and generates reports. Specific
Collaborate and consult with the Office of the Vice President for Student Affairs, Student Affairs, and Institutional Research, Planning and Effectiveness departments regarding research projects centered on retention, persistence, and the overall student experience
Work with Student Affairs departments on the analysis of engagement and success data
Develop instruments and launch assessments via existing software that support research projects
Using statistical techniques to interpret data and analyze results of divisional assessments
Assist in developing and implementing data collection systems and other strategies that optimize statistical efficiency, data quality and platform value
Provide consultative leadership regarding data analysis findings to help inform resource allocation decisions
Collaborate with the Office of Institutional Research and other campus offices to support connections between Student Affairs and relevant activities in the schools/college and academic support areas
Hire, train, and evaluate undergraduate interns
Identify, analyze, and interpret trends in Student Affairs and assessment literature
Aid in the coordination of the annual Student Affairs Assessment Conference
Education and Experience: This position will require the ability to deal with complex issues, ambiguity and data-intensive analyses within a fast-paced work environment and development of collaborative nuanced strategies that demonstrate and increase value to campus constituents.
Bachelor's degree in Education, Higher Education Administration, Students Affairs, Social Science, Statistics, Business Administration or related field from a college or university accredited by a U.S. Department of Education or internationally recognized accrediting organization
Strong background working with survey software, relational databases, and statistical software (e.g., SPSS, R studio, Stata, SQL, etc.).
Experience in Microsoft Word and Excel
At least two years' experience working in evaluation, assessment and/or research
Knowledge of student learning and student development theory
Demonstrated experience publishing and presenting research on student affairs topics
Ability to work with a culturally diverse population
Master's degree in Education, Higher Education Administration, Students Affairs, Social Science, Statistics, Business Administration or related field from a college or university accredited by a U.S. Department of Education or internationally recognized accrediting organization
Demonstrated ability to research issues, perform root cause analysis, compare/contrast, and implement problem resolution
Technical expertise regarding data models, database design development, data mining and segmentation techniques
Strong analytical skills with the ability to collect, organize, analyze, and disseminate significant amounts of information with attention to detail and accuracy
Adept at queries, report writing and presenting findings
Demonstrate excellent written and verbal communication skills Additional Information: Professional Rank and Salary Range: Senior Staff Assistant, SL-3 The Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act, or Clery Act, mandates that all Title IV institutions, without exception, prepare, publish and distribute an Annual Security Report. This report consists of two basic parts: disclosure of the University's crime statistics for the past three years; and disclosures regarding the University's current campus security policies. The University at Albany's Annual Security Report is available in portable document format [PDF] by clicking this linkhttp://police.albany.edu/ASR.shtml Pursuant to Executive Order 161, no State entity, as defined by the Executive Order, is permitted to ask, or mandate, in any form, that an applicant for employment provide his or her current compensation, or any prior compensation history, until such time as the applicant is extended a conditional offer of employment with compensation. If such information has been requested from you before such time, please contact the Governor's Office of Employee Relations at (518) 474-6988 or via email firstname.lastname@example.org. THE UNIVERSITY AT ALBANY IS AN EO/AA/IRCA/ADA EMPLOYER Please apply onlineviahttp://albany.interviewexchange.com/candapply.jsp?JOBID=86866
Academic Enhancement Specialist, School Of Medicine, Student Affairs
Tracking Code 9049/I2217 Job Description The Academic Enhancement Specialist reports to the Director of Academic Enhancement and the Associate Dean of Student Affairs. Functional Responsibilities will include:
Provide group and individual academic advising to students enrolled in the medical school. Develop academic intervention and strategies for at-risk students and students seeking to enhance their academic experience. Recognize barriers to academic success and suggest effective strategies.
Manage and analyze student data to identify and advise at-risk and non-traditional students. Work collaboratively with the Director of Academic Enhancement, other OSA deans, faculty, and staff to develop content-specific learning programs and services. Independently design and implement academic enhancement workshops, track student participation and evaluate the effectiveness of workshops in an ongoing fashion.
Participate in the development and presentation of materials for BUSM1-IV orientation sessions. Working in collaboration with members of the OSA, responsible for the further development and oversight of day to day operations of department programs including, but not limited to: Peer Tutoring, Careers in Medicine, and USMLE Programs.
Make timely student referrals for learning disability and neuro- psychological evaluations and/or personal counseling. Work collaboratively with the Office of Disability Services to communicate and facilitate implementation of approved accommodations for students with documented disabilities. Act as a liaison between students and faculty members to arrange appropriate testing accommodations outlined by the Office of Disability Services.
Work closely with the Associate Dean of Student Affairs or designee to provide appropriate support for students. Participate in evening and weekend school events, as required. Key Skills and Personal Characteristics:
Exhibits a strong attention to detail and organizational skills. Reliable, dependable and with the ability to maintain confidentiality. Demonstrated commitment to student success.
Ability to think creatively and effectively. Excellent communication skills, both oral and written. Commitment to working effectively with a diverse population.
Energetic approach to student enhancement and student learning, demonstrating appropriate initiative. Ability to work collaboratively with members of the OSA team of faculty and staff. Excellent understanding of educational assessment, technology, statistical software and data analysis.
Exceptional database and word processing skills. Strong mentoring and coaching skills. Required Skills Masters degree in educational/counseling psychology, higher education, student affairs, or related field and a minimum of three years of post- degree experience providing a diagnostic/prescriptive approach to learning skills assistance with students, educational counseling and academic advising required.
Experience working in post-secondary education setting (with medical professionals preferred). We are an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law. We are a VEVRAA Federal Contractor. Job Location Boston, Massachusetts, United States Position Type Full-Time/Regular
Assistant Vice President Of Student Affairs
POSITION DETAILS Reporting to the Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs/Provost, the Assistant Vice President for Student Affairs is responsible for multiple offices within the Division of Student Affairs. S/he serves as a key leader in fostering student engagement, student development, student leadership and life, and overall success of all Medgar College students, providing leadership, inspiration, and management. In addition, the successful candidate will provide vision for the programs that enhance the overall student experience at the College, building partnerships, setting benchmarks, developing best practices and leading collaborative efforts. Reporting to the AVP is the Director of Student Life including the Office of Differently Abled, Counseling and Wellness Services and Student Conduct. The AVP will also oversee the Offices of Student Activities, Men/Women’s Center, and Athletics. The AVP will lead efforts to ensure continuous improvement in the delivery of high quality student services that promote student engagement, leadership and success as well as the following:
The AVP is responsible for continuous assessment of the areas under his/her direction, resulting in ongoing improvements, changes as needed, and new intervention or services as warranted.
Engage in ongoing benchmarking of best practices to ensure strong evidence-based services and programs.
Oversee coordination and collaborative efforts among the various offices that make up the Division of Student Affairs.
Develop both short-term and long-term plans for the areas under his/her direct supervision to successfully achieve Divisional goals and objectives.
Develop expected outcomes for each office or unit and its programs and services, evaluate the outcomes, and prepare feedback and reports as appropriate.
Ensure compliance with local, state or federal agencies as related to the programs and services within the offices.
Build a strong collaborative working environment with other constituents including academic departments and faculty. Establish relationships with other departments within Student Affairs, relevant university and external constituents.
Assist the Senior Vice President/Provost by chairing, convening, and/or serving on committees, task forces, councils, etc., related to undergraduate programs and/or student affairs.
Perform other related duties as assigned. QUALIFICATIONS This position is in CUNY's Executive Compensation Plan. All executive positions require a minimum of a Bachelor's degree and eight years' related experience.
Earned doctorate or terminal degree strongly preferred; ten (10) years of progressively responsible experience in higher education and student affairs administration preferred.
Proven success with student development, leadership, student engagement, athletics and student life.
Demonstrated experience with collaborative projects between student affairs and academic programs.
Demonstrated experience with strategic planning and assessment of learning outcomes. Candidates should also have experience working in an urban academic institution with students from ethnically and culturally diverse backgrounds.
Strong organizational, interpersonal, problem solving, and communication skills required; ability to develop and maintain collaborations involving students, parents, staff, faculty, administration and the community are essential.
Demonstrate excellent listening and problem-solving skills. Exhibit the flexibility to manage multiple complex roles which require a broad base of knowledge.
Possess the ability to articulate the philosophy of Student Affairs and its contribution to student development. CUNY TITLE Assistant Vice President COMPENSATION AND BENEFITS Salary commensurate with education and experience. CUNY's benefits contribute significantly to total compensation, supporting health and wellness, financial well-being, and professional development. We offer a range of health plans, competitive retirement/pension benefits and savings plans, tuition waivers for CUNY graduate study and generous paid time off. Our staff also benefits from the extensive academic, arts, and athletic programs on our campuses and the opportunity to participate in a lively, diverse academic community in one of the greatest cities in the world. HOW TO APPLY To apply, go to www.cuny.edu, access the employment page, log in or create a new user account, and search for this vacancy using the Job ID or Title. Select "Apply Now" and provide the requested information. CLOSING DATE December 13, 2017 JOB SEARCH CATEGORY CUNY Job Posting: Executive EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY CUNY encourages people with disabilities, minorities, veterans and women to apply. At CUNY, Italian Americans are also included among our protected groups. Applicants and employees will not be discriminated against on the basis of any legally protected category, including sexual orientation or gender identity. EEO/AA/Vet/Disability Employer. Job Title: Assistant Vice President of Student Affairs
Job ID:* 17333 Location: Medgar Evers College
Assistant Vice President Of Student Affairs & Dean Of Students And Campus Life
Assistant Vice President of Student Affairs & Dean of Students and Campus Life Posting Number 2016-00501FS Position Type Full Time Hours/Schedule Standard Utica College business hours: 8:30am -5:00pm Hours may vary based on operational needs. Campus Main Campus, Utica NY Date Position Available 01/01/2018 Posted Salary Position Summary Information Position Summary The Assistant Vice President & Dean of Students & Campus Life is the student affairs officer with responsibility for providing visionary, strategic leadership for the student experiences and to the offices of student living and college engagement, (and the Strebel Student Center), student conduct/community standards, Career Services, Student Health Center (Student Wellness Center) and Campus Safety The AVP/Dean interacts regularly with academic and administrative College units and serves as a primary resource for parents, faculty, staff, law enforcement, and external community members on various student-related matters, including crisis response.
This position supervises approximately 25 staff including a management team of six professionals and has responsibility for an annual budget exceeding $2 million. Location Type Location Bound/Ground Required Application Deadline Review begin date: Open Until Filled Yes Major Responsibilities Administrative Works with the Senior Vice President for Student Life and Enrollment Management to set the direction of the student affairs units along with the in support of the mission of the College, to implement the College’s Strategic Plan, the divisional goals all of which will enhance the educational experience of students.
Provides leadership, vision and direction for assigned programs within a collaborative, inclusive and participatory decision-making environment. In the absence of the Senior Vice President for Student Life and Enrollment Management, the incumbent represents the division of student affairs on the President’s Cabinet, the Provost’s Cabinet, Board of Trustee Committees, and all College functions Takes an active role in the development of the department’s strategic and operational plans as required by department leadership. Works closely with department supervisor to develop and implement operational goals that support departmental success Responsible for working with the Senior Vice President and other team members to achieve successful results on all established individual and departmental goals and key performance indicators Coordinates planning and assessment activities within respected student affairs areas and oversees assessment of student learning/student activity outcomes for systematic and continuous quality improvement Promotes staff development and supports a climate which fosters innovation and excellence.
Serves on College committees pertaining to the student experience and student success Serves on various bodies of campus wide governance Student/community responsibilities Works collaboratively with campus constituencies to promote student engagement, success and satisfaction Works to ensure positive town/gown relations with our neighbors Represents student concerns and interests across campus Develops operating budgets for respective units Serves as administrative appeals officer in the student conduct process Works to establish a student culture where diversity is encouraged and where students learn to respect differences, take responsibility for their actions, and exercise leadership Serves as ombudsman for student and parent questions or concerns Acts as a liaison with the community and region on matters dealing with student issues Serves on the College’s Crisis Management Team May perform other duties as assigned Driving Responsibilities Travel This position does not require routine travel. Supervises Director of Student Life and College Engagement, Director of Career Services, Director of Student Conduct and Community Standards, Director of Health Services, Director of Counseling, Director of Campus Safety and Administrative Assistant. Education & Experience Qualifications Master’s degree required in College student personnel, higher education administration, or a related field is required, a doctorate is preferred, with a minimum of ten years of progressive leadership experience in student affairs in a higher education setting that includes experience working with judicial affairs.
Additional knowledge, experience, and capabilities needed for success in the AVP/Dean position include: a knowledge of best practices in judicial affairs, an understanding of student development issues, and a familiarity with higher education law including Title IX compliance; experience in counseling and conflict management; working successfully through difficult or crisis situations and managing all levels of institutional response, from parents to the external community; a familiarity with Greek letter organizations. Substantial experience (7-10 years minimum) in a senior leadership role in higher education administration/ college student development is required. Minimum Skills/Abilities Demonstrated success in developing effective collaborations with students, faculty, staff, and community members; Must possess outstanding communication and assessment skills; Experience in strategic planning, budget management and crisis management required Competency with multiple communication modes, including social media required.
EEO/AA Statement Utica College is committed to affirmative action, equal opportunity and the diversity of its workforce. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, religion, color, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identify or expression, age, domestic violence victim status, status as a protected veteran, or status as a qualified individual with a disability. Posting Specific Questions Required fields are indicated with an asterisk (*). Applicant Documents Required Documents
Resume / Curriculum Vitae
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Student Affairs Administrator - Student Conduct Specialist
Student Affairs Administrator - Student Conduct Specialist Hiring department Dean of Students Monthly salary $3,750 Hours per week 40.00 Standard from 800AM to 500PM Posting number 17-11-17-01-3039 Job Status Open FLSA status Exempt Earliest Start Date 01/02/2018 Position Duration Funding expected to continue Position open to all applicants Location Austin (main campus) Number of vacancies 1 General Notes Additional hours may be required during peak periods. Required Application Materials
A Resume is required in order to apply
A Letter of Interest is required in order to apply.
A List of 3 References is required in order to apply. Additional Information Purpose Educates students, faculty, and staff about university student conduct policies, interprets institutional rules as they relate to alleged student misconduct, and adjudicates alleged student violations of the Institutional Rules.
Essential Functions Adjudicate allegations of student misconduct with an emphasis on student ethical development, ensure students understand rights and responsibilities in the resolution process, investigate, determine responsibility, and apply developmental sanctions in accordance with university process and student learning outcomes of the unit, represent the Office of the Dean of Students in University Hearings, draft appeal responses, and maintain accurate records. Serve as a community resource on matters of student conduct, facilitate and participate in educational programs sponsored by the Office of the Dean of Students, respond to inquiries from community members and build relationships and collaborations across campus. Provide support for unit policy and publicity initiatives, contribute feedback as requested on matters ranging from the Institutional Rules, Annual Report, Title IX Report, Clery Act Report, Assessment Plan, student learning objectives, website language, publications, and new initiatives.
Meet expectations for organization, timeliness, ongoing professional development, and technological proficiency. Maintain a clean and organized working environment, oversee record maintenance, process cases in a timely manner, meet deadlines for assigned projects, and keep abreast of current trends and legal issues impacting the field of conduct administration. Display appropriate interpersonal, written, and oral communication skills and demonstrate sensitivity to issues of diversity on campus.
Special projects and other duties as assigned. Marginal/Incidental functions Other related functions as assigned. Required qualifications Bachelors degree and three years of experience in student conduct administration, student leadership programming, residence life, student organization advising, or student affairs area relating to student development or graduate degree in student affairs administration, counseling, law, or related field and zero years of experience.
Equivalent combination of relevant education and experience may be substituted as appropriate. Preferred Qualifications Preference will be given to candidates with a graduate degree in student affairs administration, counseling, law, or related field who have prior professional or graduate level experience with disciplinary adjudication and residence life. Background in student development theory and student affairs assessment or program evaluation.
Commitment to social justice issues and a demonstrated background working with diverse groups of students, faculty, staff, and/or parents. Excellent interpersonal, written, and verbal communication skills. The ability to work under stress, perform multiple tasks, provide attention to detail, and maintain confidentiality.
Understanding of relevant issues in student conduct administration including, but not limited to, restorative justice, conflict resolution models, student mental health issues, and federal privacy laws relating to educational records. Working conditions May work around standard office conditions Repetitive use of a keyboard at a workstation Use of manual dexterity Professional demeanor required. Work continuously with confidential and sensitive student related issues.
A criminal history background check will be required for finalist(s) under consideration for this position. The retirement plan for this position is Teacher Retirement System of Texas (TRS), subject to the position being at least 20 hours per week and at least 135 days in length. The University of Texas at Austin, as an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer, complies with all applicable federal and state laws regarding nondiscrimination and affirmative action.
The University is committed to a policy of equal opportunity for all persons and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, age, marital status, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, disability, religion, or veteran status in employment, educational programs and activities, and admissions. If hired, you will be required to complete the federal Employment Eligibility Verification form, I-9. You will be required to present acceptable, original documents to prove your identity and authorization to work in the United States.
Information from the documents will be submitted to the federal E-Verify system for verification. Documents must be presented no later than the third day of employment. Failure to do so will result in dismissal. UT Austin is a Tobacco-free Campus
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