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Palm Beach Community College, a comprehensive
two-year institution with four locations serving
a large and diverse population in South Florida,
invites applications for the position of Provost at
the Palm Beach Gardens Campus. The Palm Beach Gardens Campus serves
citizens in the northern communities of Palm Beach County. PBCC offers
associate’s degrees for transfer and for entry into the workforce, and also
offers certificate level occupational programs and continuing education
courses. PBCC, Florida’s first public community college, is proud of its
history and is recognized as a premier teaching and learning institution.
Reporting to the President, and a member of senior management, the Provost
will be responsible for providing vision and leadership for the Palm Beach
Gardens Campus to ensure student learning and success. Responsibilities
include: overseeing academic and student affairs; working with faculty and
staff to ensure excellence in all programs and campus operations; reaching
out to surrounding schools as a recognized leader to provide further
educational momentum to the Campus and a diverse student body; and
implementing fundraising opportunities utilizing private and public assets.
Requirements: Doctorate degree; minimum of eight years of related
experience that include a successful record of institutional leadership/
management; a visionary; understanding of the role of technology in higher
education; teaching experience; ability to unite teams in an environment of
collaboration to bring about change and innovation; and experience with a
diverse/international student population and in community development.
Initial screening will begin on February 16, 2009, and will continue
until a successful candidate is selected. To apply, please submit an
application package, to include a completed PBCC employment
application, resume, letter of intent and copies of transcripts.
Office of Human Resources
Palm Beach Community College
4200 Congress Avenue, Lake Worth, FL 33461
Please visit our website at
www.pbcc.edu to apply online
and for additional information about the position, the
Palm Beach Gardens Campus and about PBCC.
Palm Beach Community College is an Affirmative Action Equal Access/
Equal Opportunity, ADA Employer, committed to fostering a diverse
academic community among its student body, faculty and staff.
dents for wide range of undergraduate arts programs and in training other recruiters; excellent organizational
skills with strict attention to detail required; experience and competence
with budget and resource processing
and management is required; experience with following systems and software required: Filemaker, fiscal and
student services applications in Banner, Microsoft Excel, eVA purchasing system (or similar external vendor
supply procurement system); knowledge of all university undergraduate
academic policies and procedures; excellent written and verbal communication skills and demonstrated ability
to work well with students and staff.
A capacity to effectively communicate
with faculty and all level of administration is necessary. Candidate must
have good people skills. The preferred
candidate will have a working knowledge of the organizational structure
consistent with the size, quality, and
complexity of VCU School of the Arts.
Application review: review of applications will continue until the position
is filled. Incomplete applications will
not be considered. Send letter of application; curriculum vitae; names,
addresses and telephone numbers of
three references, 20 images/documen-tation of recent work and image listing
to Melanie Christian, Search Committee Chair, Director of Student Services Committee, Office of the Dean,
Virginia Commonwealth University,
325 North Harrison Street, P.O. Box
842519, Richmond, Virginia 23284.
Virginia Commonwealth University
is an equal opportunity, affirmative
action employer. Women, minorities
and persons with disabilities are encouraged to apply.
Superintendent: Assistant Superintendent Position (1), City of Erie
School District, Erie, Pennsylvania.
Enrollment: 12,500; Grades K-12;
$180 million annual budget. Applicant must demonstrate a knowledge
The University of San Francisco (USF) ( www.usfca.edu) invites applications
and letters of nomination for the position of Executive Director of its Center
for the Pacific Rim beginning in June 2009.
Center for the Pacific Rim in the College of Arts and Sciences
Responsibilities of the ED will include: leading the Center, including responsibility for
its day-to-day operations and management of its two research institutes on Chinese-Western cultural history and Japan-US policy, and graduate and undergraduate
academic programs in Asian Studies; managing an annual operating budget of over
$1.2 million that is dependent on multiple funding sources and involves developing
and pursuing external funding strategies and support to grow and expand current
research, program initiatives, and student scholarships; managing a 35-person
volunteer advisory board, and cultivating active partnerships with other academic
and community organizations; leading and implementing the Center’s long-range
The ED should have: a demonstrated capacity for vision, entrepreneurial thinking,
and action as well as close attention to scholarship and curriculum development
in Asian Studies; a strong record of leadership necessary to promote and foster
multidisciplinary collaborative research on the cultures/countries of the Pacific Rim
with an emphasis on intercultural relations and policy issues; a Ph.D. or the equivalent
in an Asia-related discipline with broad knowledge of East Asian affairs and Pacific
Rim interrelationships and at least five years of experience in proven academic and/or
research administration; highly developed oral and written communication skills
and strong interpersonal and collaborative skills suited both to a collegial academic
environment and to working with the Center’s broad community contacts and partners;
demonstrated capacity to raise external funds and to orchestrate and mobilize the
efforts of others (staff and volunteers) to achieve results; passion for and commitment
to furthering greater mutual understanding, communication, and cooperation among
the people and cultures of the Pacific Rim and a keen desire to lead the USF Center for
the Pacific Rim to the next level of achievement and influence in Pacific affairs.
This position reports to the Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences and manages
a staff of seven. The ED works year round, with vacation and an excellent benefits
package. Salary is commensurate with experience.
Application process: candidates should submit a letter of interest demonstrating how
their experiences and skills match the position, a curriculum vitae, and three letters
of recommendation. Interviewing will begin in February 2009 and continue until
the position is filled.
Please submit applications no later than Feb. 1, 2009 to:
University of San Francisco
Nominations and inquiries may be directed to Jennifer Turpin, Dean, College of
The University of San Francisco is a Jesuit Catholic University founded in 1855 and
aims to educate leaders who will fashion a more humane and just world. USF presently
serves over 8,000 students from over 60 countries in Arts and Sciences, Business
and Management, Education, Law, Nursing, and Professional Studies. It is enjoying
a period of exceptional growth and development. Candidates should demonstrate
a commitment to working in a culturally diverse environment and to contribute to
the mission of the University. USF is an Equal Opportunity Employer dedicated
to affirmative action and to excellence through diversity. The University provides
reasonable accommodations to qualified applicants with disabilities upon request.
and competency in curriculum development and supervision, knowledge
of Data and Management Information Systems, ability to communicate
effectively, proven leadership, supervision, and managerial skills, successful team-building, competence in areas of instructional design and student achievement, and sound theoretical understanding of teaching applied
in an urban setting. Doctorate is preferred and prior Administrative experience necessary. Send letter of interest, résumé, transcripts, Acts 34, 114
and 151 clearances to Bea Habursky,
Director of Personnel, 148 West 21st,
Erie, Pennsylvania 16502. Position
available July 2009. Deadline, March
2, 2009. EOE.
Teacher Education: Averett University, a private comprehensive university,
seeks experienced educator to teach
courses with a focus on early childhood education to preservice and in-service teachers at both the graduate
and undergraduate level. This will be
a tenure-track position at a level commensurate with the experience and
credentials of the successful candidate. It will be a nine-month position
involving a yearly 8-course load. Candidates must hold a terminal degree
with strengths in early childhood education and have acceptable, related
K-12 teaching experience. Strength
and experience in use of technology
is required. Responsibilities begin
July 2, 2009. E-mail curriculum vitae
and list of references to Dr. Steve Aus-band, Dean of Arts and Sciences at:
Teacher Education: College of Education, University of Hawaii at Manoa,
“Preparing educators to contribute to
a just and democratic society”. Does
working in a unique educational setting appeal to you? Why not join the
College of Education family at the
University of Hawaii at Manoa. We
have openings for junior/assistant specialist positions in Hookulaiwi Center
for Native Hawaiian and Indigenous
Education. In addition to campus-based programs, the College serves
students on all the Hawaiian Islands
as well as students across the Pacific.
There are exciting opportunities to
work with diverse populations. Please
visit our Web site or the UH system
Web site for more detailed information on these positions and instruc-
tions for application. Junior/Assistant
Specialist Positions: Teacher Education - Hawaiian language immersion
(85203); Teacher Education - English
medium in Hawaiian communities
(85204); Teacher Education - English
medium/Hawaiian language immersion (85205). http://workatuh.hawaii.
edu. Equal Opportunity, Affirmative
Teacher Education/Educational Technology: University of Northern Colorado seeks an Assistant Professor in
Teacher Education and Educational Technology. Ph.D. in Educational Technology or related field, ABD
permissible. Evidence of excellence
in ability/preparation to teach undergraduate and graduate level courses and to integrate technology into
teacher preparation courses; evidence
of ability/potential to conduct scholarly work; K-12 classroom teaching experience. Submit application, current vita, names/contact information
for three references at http://careers.
unco.edu by January 1, 2009; review
of application materials will continue
until position is filled.UNC is an AA/
EO employer and is committed to fostering diversity in it student body, faculty and staff.
Technical Studies: Pierpont Community and Technical College is seeking
to fill the position of Program Coordinator of the Power Plant Technician
Program. Please apply online at http://
Veterinary Medicine: Assistant Professor, (Veterinary Pathologist), Department of Pathobiological Sciences:
Louisiana State University, School of
Veterinary Medicine, Department of
Pathobiological Sciences invites applications for a faculty position for an Assistant Professor (Veterinary Pathologist). Required Qualifications: D.V.M.
and Ph.D. degrees; ACVP Board Certification. Additional Qualifications
Desired: evidence of research and
publication abilities. Responsibilities:
teaches at the professional and graduate levels; shares in departmental and
Louisiana Animal Disease Diagnostic
Laboratory diagnostic services, which
include necropsy and surgical pathology rotations; conducts research as
principal and/or collaborative investigator. Further information about
the department can be found at http://
Frederick Community College, as a learning-centered institution, prepares
individuals to meet the challenges of a diverse, global society through
quality, accessible, innovative, lifelong learning. We are a student-centered,
community-focused college. With the forthcoming retirement of one of our
senior leaders and another assuming a new role as Chief Development O cer,
we’re seeking two energetic, motivated, and dynamic individuals to serve
the College as Vice President for Learning (Chief Academic O cer) and Vice
President for Learning Support (Chief Student A airs O cer).
(Chief Academic O cer) (#01155)
Salary Range: $83,809 - $130,000 Best Consideration Apply Date: 1/16/09
Reporting to the President, the Vice President will provide vision and leadership for all
learning programs within a student-centered learning environment. Areas of supervision
include Arts and Sciences, Workforce Development and Professional Preparation, Center for
Teaching and Learning, Learning Operations, Institutional Research and Assessment, and
Continuing Education and Customized Training. The Vice President will provide leadership in
the development of new programs and the evaluation of existing programs; instructional
and emerging technologies; direct program articulation with secondary schools and four
year colleges; develop plans, goals, policies and procedures recommendations relative to
areas of responsibility; develop and manage the learning area budgets, maintain a climate
that values diversity in sta , student, and community populations; and serve as a member
of the President’s Administrative Sta to provide leadership for College-wide issues. College
teaching experience is required and community college teaching experience is preferred.
(Chief Student A airs O cer) (#01156)
Salary Range: $83,809 - $130,000 Best Consideration Apply Date: 1/16/09
Reporting to the President, the Vice President will provide vision and leadership for
administrative units and programs to support learning in a student-centered learning
environment. Areas of responsibility include Enrollment Management, Financial Aid,
Student Operations/Records, Student Development, Student Life, Athletics, and Information
Technology. The Vice President will serve as a member of the President’s Administrative
Sta to provide leadership for College-wide issues; develop and manage the learning
support budgets; maintain a climate that values diversity in sta , student, and community
populations; administer student discipline in accordance with established College policies
and procedures; and coordinate (w/ the Chief Information Technology O cer) development
and implementation of the campus technology plan.
experience in supervision of personnel and administration of programs in higher education.
support sta in a college or university setting;
Proven ability to interact e ectively, cooperatively and tactfully with faculty, sta , adminis-
trators, students, and business/industry, governmental and community representatives.
To find out more about these exciting opportunities, visit http://jobs.frederick.
edu for more details and instructions on ho w to apply. Additional assistance
regarding applying online may be requested by contacting 301.846.2622.
For each position, review of applications will begin by January 16 and the
anticipated hire date will be June 1, 2009.
FCC, an equal opportunity employer, values campus diversity in students and sta and
strongly encourages members from historically under-represented groups to apply.
www.vetmed.lsu.edu/pbs/. For specific
questions contact Dr. Ronald Thune
at 225-578-9684 or thune@vetmed.
lsu.edu. An offer of employment is
contingent on a satisfactory pre-employment background check. Application deadline is January 30, 2009
or until a candidate is selected. Applicants should forward a letter of intent,
curriculum vitae (including e-mail address), and three letters of reference
to: Dr. Ronald Thune, Head, Department of Pathobiological Sciences,
School of Veterinary Medicine, Louisiana State University, Reference:
#033648, Baton Rouge, Louisiana
70803. LSU is an Equal Opportunity,
Equal Access Employer.
Tenure-track Position. Assistant Professor
of Women and Gender Studies. The
Women and Gender Studies (WGS)
Department at the University of Illinois at Springfield (UIS) seeks to fill
a tenure-track position for an interdisciplinary teacher-scholar in lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender/sexual-ity/queer studies and whose teaching
and scholarship is firmly grounded in
feminist scholarship that focuses on
the intersections of gender, race, ethnicity, nationality, class and sexuality.
The successful candidate will be expected to develop and teach courses
which address the histories, politics,
and cultures of LGBTQ peoples and
the diverse scholarship on gender/sex-uality. In addition, the successful candidate will fully participate in department and curricular matters, and will
advise and mentor students. We will
prefer candidates who can teach other WGS core courses; who are able or
willing to teach some courses online;
and who can fit their courses into the
general education curriculum. Candidates must demonstrate a strong commitment to interdisciplinary undergraduate teaching, to working with diverse students, and must have a Ph.D.
(completed by time of appointment)
in women’s studies, gender/queer/sex-uality studies, or any discipline appropriate for appointment in the Department. To apply please send vita, letter describing teaching and research
interests, a writing sample, and three
letters of recommendation to: Professor Heather Dell, Women and Gender
Studies Department, University of Illinois at Springfield, One University
Plaza, MS UHB 3038, Springfield, Illinois 62703. The cover letter should
describe a course unit on some aspect
of LGBTQ studies, including content, pedagogy and goals for student
learning. Review of applications will
begin January 19, 2009, and will continue until the position is filled. For
more information see our Web page
at http://www.uis.edu. The University
of Illinois at Springfield is located in
the state capital and is the third campus of the University of Illinois. UIS
serves approximately 4,500 students
in 21 undergraduate and 20 graduate
programs, and is currently expanding
its lower-division and online course
offerings. The curriculum emphasizes a strong liberal arts core with outstanding professional programs. UIS
is an Affirmative Action, EOE employer. Women, minorities, veterans,
and persons with disabilities are encouraged to apply.