NYC Headquarters location
The University of Medicine and Health Sciences (UMHS) and The International University
of Nursing seek a qualified individual to assist the Universities in achieving their mission of
educating Doctors and Nurses for the 21st Century. The Provost reports to the President and through
him to the Chairman of the Board. The Provost serves as the chief academic officer and academic
leader of the Universities.
The Provost and the Executive Vice President of Nursing are responsible for ensuring excellence
in curricula and teaching and advising the President and Chairman of the Board of all academic
matters, including but not limited to strategic planning, hiring of faculty, accreditation, faculty
development and welfare, facilities and space, students, organizational relationships, academic
policies, budget, and establishing partnerships, will oversee offices in NY, CA, MI and FL, as well
as all departments within the Universities such as Admissions, Financial Aid, Bursar, Registrar.
The Basic Science Campus and the School of Nursing are located in St. Kitts, West Indies. The
Provost position is located at the administrative office in New York City.
For more information about UMHS and IUON, we urge you to visit:
www.umhs-sk.org and www.iuon.org
Candidates must have an earned doctorate; administrative experience in medical education in an
institution of higher learning; a record of successful organizational leadership; experience with
accreditation; curriculum development; fiscal planning; strategic planning and resource allocation;
and possess excellent communication skills [generous compensation commensurate with
experience and skills is available.
A letter of interest accompanied by a CV and 3 references should be sent to:
Dr. Robert Ross
The University of Medicine and Health Sciences, St. Kitts
rate with credentials and experience.
Walsh University has a strong commitment to diversity and seeks a wide variety of candidates, including women
and minorities. Applicant review will
begin immediately and continue until
the position is filled. Apply online at:
Theatre: (Technical Director). Western State College of Colorado invites
applications for a technical director of
the theatre program. Primary responsibilities of this full-time, 12-month,
non-tenure-track position include:
overseeing the maintenance and safe
operation of two active theatres and
related technical facilities; the organization, training and supervision of
student assistants and stage managers;
and the teaching of one course per semester. M. S. or M.F. A. required. Start
date: June 1, 2009. For full position information and application procedures
Screening of applications will begin
March 2, 2009. AA/EOE.
Position will remain open until filled
visit our website: www.umhs-sk.org
of 3 years’ AYA (Adolescent to Young
Adult) or MCE (Middle Childhood)
teaching experience, preferably in a
math or science classroom. The applicants will have earned a doctorate;
been licensed or certified in the field
in which the teaching occurred; and
knowledge of program standards proposed by the appropriate SPAs (
Specialized Professional Associations).
Responsibilities will include teaching
AYA/MCE methods and assessment
classes, possibly teaching appropriate
education foundation courses or graduate classes; developing AYA/MCE
teacher preparation curriculum; collaborating with content area faculty;
advising students, and participating
in academic scholarship and campus
service. The position is available beginning with the fall semester, 2009.
Rank and salary will be commensu-
Theatre/Technical: Liberty University.
Assistant Professor. Specialization in
technical design with ability to teach
theatre history. MFA preferred but
MA with professional theater experience considered. Contact Ms. Linda
Cooper, email@example.com. Liberty University is a Christian liberal
arts university that is seeking faculty
who can demonstrate a personal faith
commitment to its evangelical Christian purpose.
Theology: Walsh University announces one full-time, tenure-track opening
beginning July 1, 2009, for someone
with the administrative experience to
serve as Chair of the Division, with the
academic credentials to teach graduate and undergraduate courses preferably in the areas of New Testament
and Moral Theology, and the scholarly
The Darden/Curry Partnership for Leaders in Education (PLE) at the University of Virginia seeks a
visionary leader with strong strategic and managerial skills and a collaborative style for the position
of Executive Director. The Executive Director will assume leadership of PLE at a pivotal moment in
its history, building on successful initiatives developed in its first six years and charting a course
and strategy for its future. The Partnership was created with a vision to improve public education by
creating executive education programs that would bring the most advanced thinking in business and
education to bear on the challenges facing those charged with leading schools and school systems.
Since 2003, PLE has worked with state departments of education, districts and individual schools
to train educators to be more effective leaders. Two current PLE programs provide tangible
examples of the scope and breadth of this work. The School Turnaround Specialist Program that
seeks to turn around low-achieving schools received support from the Microsoft Corporation to
create a national model based on initial work in Virginia. The Executive Leadership Program,
developed with a grant from the Wallace Foundation, focuses on achieving alignment of leadership
and governance from the state level to the school building around mission, data-driven decision
making, stakeholder engagement, and organizational change.
PLE seeks an Executive Director who will lead in developing a strategy to guide the next phase of
the Partnership’s growth and to bring it into deeper alignment with the missions of the Darden
and Curry schools. Leaders at Darden and Curry seek to extend and magnify the impact of PLE’s
work, raise its profile nationally and internationally, and create a model university partnership
that truly integrates the best that the two schools with distinct missions have to offer.
The new Executive Director will have a substantial record of achievement as an organizational
leader, have experience with executive education, be a passionate advocate for improving public
education, and have the intellect and interpersonal skills to bridge the worlds of practice and
academic research. S/he will be energetic and entrepreneurial with a drive to make PLE known as
the leader in producing the best ideas and measurable results for improving school performance.
The Executive Director should have an advanced degree, with a terminal degree preferred, and
leadership experience of direct relevance.
Electronic submission of all inquiries, nominations/referrals, and résumés with cover letters is
preferred and should be sent in confidence to: Martha Brest, Managing Associate, ISAACSON,
MILLER, 334 Boylston Street, Suite 500, Boston, MA 02116,
In keeping with its commitment to build a culturally diverse community, University of Virginia invites
applications from women, people of color, and individuals with disabilities
The IUP Research Institute is a nonprofit corporation affiliated with Indiana University
of Pennsylvania, the only doctoral research university in the Pennsylvania State System
of Higher Education. Its purpose is to promote research and other externally funded
projects with a focus on promoting faculty research. Externally funded research has
grown steadily for the past 10 years to approximately $13 million for 2007-2008. The
University is seeking an enterprising individual to take research and other externally
funded projects to the next stage of development by advancing the Research Institute and
the IUP research agenda.
The Executive Director reports to the Board of Directors and works closely with the Dean
of the School of Graduate Studies and Research. The Executive Director has general
responsibility for the management of the Research Institute as it serves Indiana University
of Pennsylvania faculty and staff. The Executive Director establishes objectives and
priorities and develops short-term and long-range plans for all Research Institute units.
The Executive Director is responsible for guiding the continued development of the
Research Institute, including its structure, policies and procedures, interaction with the
University, and assessment of effectiveness. S/he will have overall day-to-day responsibility
for effective management and operation of all areas of the Institute including responsibility
for creating and maintaining the services necessary to facilitate the development and
administration of sponsored research programs and related activities.
MINIMUM EDUCATIONAL REQUIREMENTS: Graduate degree in an academic or
professional field; Ph.D. or EdD required.
EXPERIENCE REQUIRED AND DESIRED: Management and administrative experience
in a large or mid-size university is required, preferably in a senior management position.
Experience highly desired in organizational change and management, non-profit
organizations, sponsored program management, contract and grant administration and
development, federal research regulations, fiscal services, and research regulatory and
compliance strategies. Demonstrated success in fulfilling the values and mission of a
comparable organization and an understanding of the role of research in supporting the
institutional mission of the University. Experience and/or knowledge of the management
of computerized information and data management systems is also desired.
Starting salary will be competitive based on education and experience. Send a letter of
interest, résumé, and the names and contact information of five references (preferably
electronic format) to: firstname.lastname@example.org or IUP Research Institute, Human Resources,
1179 Grant St., Suite One, Indiana PA 15701. Review will begin January 30, 2009 and
continue until the position is filled. The IUP Research Institute is an Equal Opportunity,
Affirmative Action employer.