Director of Academic Affairs
Penn State Worthington Scranton invites applications and nominations for the position of Director of
Academic Affairs (DAA) to begin July 2012 or as negotiated.
The Director of Academic Affairs is the academic of;cer of the campus and reports to the Chancellor.
The DAA is responsible to the Chancellor for providing leadership for all academic and faculty matters.
The DAA acts on behalf of the Chancellor in his or her absence or as delegated by the Chancellor.
As a key member of the campus administrative team, the DAA works with faculty and other staff in
an environment of shared governance and cross-functional relationships. The DAA also works with
colleagues from the other 18 campuses who report to the Vice President for Commonwealth Campuses
(VPCC), the staff of the VPCC and other colleges and departments at the University Park campus to
ensure that Penn State operates as one university geographically dispersed across the Commonwealth of
Speci;c responsibilities of the DAA in the multidisciplinary environment of this campus include faculty
recruitment, evaluation and development; academic planning, program development, administration
and evaluation; enhancing a program for student recruitment, development and retention to support
enrollment management goals; promoting faculty and student scholarship and research; supporting
innovation and excellence in teaching; supporting academic enhancement activities for students, such as
study-abroad, internships and service-learning opportunities; leading efforts in grant writing and funding
solicitations to support research and academic programs; and leading the faculty in outreach service to
In addition, the DAA is responsible for administering all budgets for academic programs, faculty
development and academic support services; supporting continuing education opportunities and
marketing strategies for University degree programs (offered at this and other campuses of Penn State);
supervising academic units (including academic records, advising services, instructional design and
learning and writing centers); and supporting and fostering diversity.
QUALIFICATIONS: A successful candidate will have an earned doctorate, academic administrative
experience and a minimum of ;ve years of experience working in higher education in activities related
to teaching, research and scholarship, and service. Candidates should possess strong writing and
interpersonal skills, including the ability to foster teamwork and promote collaborative activities within
the campus, and among the Penn State campuses in the region and the 20 Commonwealth Campuses
when appropriate. Also, candidates should possess the academic quali;cations for a tenured, senior rank
faculty appointment at Penn State. Essential quali;cations include experience with academic planning,
assessment of learning, faculty recruitment and development, faculty governance, academic budgeting
and knowledge of various approaches to active and collaborative learning. Desirable experience includes
grant writing and familiarity with or expertise in the effective use of instructional technologies. This 48-
week academic administrative appointment includes an excellent bene;ts package.
Vice President for University Advancement
Boise State University invites interested applicants for the position of Vice President for University
Advancement. The University seeks an experienced, innovative, and energetic professional to provide
leadership and direction to its advancement programs. This position becomes available as the University
emerges from the successful completion of a comprehensive campaign and moves forward with a focus
on targeted campaign initiatives, further enhancement of our fundraising efforts, and restructuring to
place communications and marketing under University Advancement.
The Vice President for University Advancement reports directly to the President, serves on the University’s
primary leadership team, and provides vision, leadership and direction in the planning and administration
of the University’s advancement activities in the areas of communications and marketing, development,
and alumni relations. The vice president will manage the University’s public presence with internal and
external constituents and will oversee the communications and marketing staff to ensure initiatives and
messages support the University’s strategic priorities. The vice president will also work closely with the
Boise State University Foundation Board members, deans and faculty to increase private funding for a
variety of academic and campus needs, and with the Alumni Association Board of Directors to support a
comprehensive alumni outreach program.
The successful candidate will have a doctorate or master’s degree and at least three years of successful
advancement experience at senior levels in a university (preferred) or similar multi-faced organization
with familiarity with development, including such programs as comprehensive campaigns, major gifts,
and planned giving. The successful candidate will also have experience with communications at a
senior level, in areas including media, public relations and marketing in a complex organization. Strong
leadership skills and the ability to work effectively with colleagues inside and outside the University are
Boise State University is a leading public comprehensive undergraduate and graduate university in the
Northwest, with a metropolitan character, traditional undergraduate teaching emphasis, and advanced
research and graduate studies. The university employs approximately 2,500 faculty and staff and its
enrollment of nearly 20,000 students from all 50 states and 65 different countries is the largest in Idaho.
Boise State offers 168 areas of academic study, 7 doctoral degrees, 74 master’s degrees, 13 graduate
certificates and more than 100 undergraduate degrees. Programs are offered within seven academic
colleges: Arts and Sciences, Business and Economics, Education, Engineering, Graduate, Health Sciences,
and Social Sciences and Public Affairs. The University is fully accredited by the Northwest Commission
on Colleges and Universities.
Nestled in the Boise River Valley and framed by rising mountains, the city of Boise is a thriving metropolitan
and political center of approximately 560,000 residents that features a spectacular performing arts
community, business district with entrepreneurial ventures and Fortune 500 companies, and wide range
of world-class outdoor recreational opportunities.
Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled. Application
materials should include a current résumé, a letter of interest addressing the applicant’s qualifications
and vision for the position, and a list of at least three professional references.
Requests for information, nominations, and application materials should be sent electronically to:
For information about the campus, please visit http://www.sn.psu.edu.
APPLICATION: Applicants should submit a letter of application, curriculum vitae and the names,
addresses, telephone numbers and email addresses of four references. All applications should be
submitted electronically as a Microsoft Word or PDF ;le to firstname.lastname@example.org. Review of
applications will continue until an appointment is made.
The Board of Directors of the College invites nominations and applications for the position of
President of Labouré. Reporting to the Corporation, the President is the chief executive officer
of the College.
Labouré is a small, non-profit, private, Catholic college founded in 1892 and re-established
with degree-granting authority in 1971, with a history of educating health professionals for
practice dating back to the Carney Hospital Training School for Nurses and the Catherine
Labouré School of Nursing. Labouré is a non-residential college where adults and traditional-
aged students commute to their classes and clinical rotations.
In 2010, the Commission on Institutions of Higher Education approved the change of mem-
bership of Labouré College to Steward Health Care LLC, the second largest health care system
in New England. The College continues to operate with non-profit status. Students are given
( www.notredamecollege.edu) is seeking a experience within several academic medical centers and teaching hospitals within the system.
Located in the Dorchester-Lower Mills section of Boston, the College grants the Bachelor of
Vice President for Academic & Student Affairs Science in Nursing and the Associate in Science degree in Nursing and in a variety of Allied Health majors. Students prepare in the fields of nutrition, nursing, radiation therapy, neurodi-
Notre Dame College (OH), a co-educational Catholic institution in the tradition of the Sisters
of Notre Dame, educates a diverse population in the liberal arts for personal, professional and
global responsibility. During the past ten years the College has experienced a period of sustained
growth, creativity and renewal. Today Notre Dame College boasts an enrollment of almost 2,200
students and offers associate's, bachelor's and master's degrees in over 30 disciplines as well as 22
scholarship athletic sports.
agnostic technology, and health information and begin a career that makes a difference in their
lives. The graduate of Labouré College is prepared for lifelong learning and civic engagement
to deliver patient-centered care as an active member of an interdisciplinary team.
Labouré College is seeking an experienced CEO who is knowledgeable about higher educa-
tion in a health sciences setting, has a strong background in leadership, and has demonstrated
The President seeks an energetic person with the experience, creativity, and the vision to lead the
College’s academic and student life. Reporting to the President, s/he will have overall responsibility
for directing all academic and student life programs and support functions and supervise the
Director of the Library and the Director of the Advising Center. The ideal candidate must possess
an earned doctorate in a discipline taught at Notre Dame; a distinguished record of teaching,
scholarship and collegial service, ideally at a small liberal arts college; a strong commitment to
the integration of a liberal arts education into career-focused academic preparation; a min. of 5
years experience in higher education supervision; and an appreciation for the role of a Catholic
successful experience in higher education and/or healthcare administration. The ideal candi-
date should have the credentials appropriate for a college president: a Doctoral degree or a
Master’s degree with demonstrated leadership experience in a related field. The new President
will have impeccable integrity, exemplary communication skills, a record of proven leadership
ability, and vision; be a motivator who will lead by example; be comfortable in fundraising
and both community and external relations; with an understanding of current health care reform and its affect on higher education.
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To ensure full consideration, applications should be received by October 14, 2011. Application
Chief of Staff
Office of the President
Boise State University
1910 University Dr.
Boise, ID 83725-1000
About the University: http://www.boisestate.edu/
About the City of Boise: http://www.boisechamber.org/
Boise State University is strongly committed to achieving excellence through cultural diversity. The
University actively encourages applications and nominations of women, persons of color, and members of
other underrepresented groups. EEO/AA Institution, Veterans preference.
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Associate Dean for the College
of Professional Studies
First Review: March 26, 2012
Director of Arts and Sciences
Lamar State College
Division Director of Arts and Sciences for
Lamar State College-Orange-Provides divisional
leadership of faculty and in the areas of planning,
budgeting, curriculum development, professional
development, and student relations.
Inviting applications for Associate Dean
for the College of Professional Studies.
Assists in carrying out administrative
responsibilities of the College, especially
in areas of curriculum, program review,
evaluation and planning. Provides
leadership in advancing the success of
students across the College, particularly
for traditionally underrepresented
Master’s Degree in a discipline represented by the division
required. Doctorate preferred. Excellent communication and
public relations skills and knowledge of curriculum development,
student advising, and management techniques are required.
Experience in management and higher education and minimum 3
years of two-year college teaching experience preferred.
Salary: Commensurate with experience.
For more information, visit:
EO/ TitleX/ADA Employer
Open until filled.
Anticipated hire date: 7/1/12
Apply online at
Environmental Science: Maryland Sea
Grant College Program, Director. The
University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science and its partner institutions are seeking a dynamic and visionary
director to build on Maryland Sea Grant’s
(MDSG) tradition of excellence to lead the
organization into the future. MDSG is one
of 30 regional programs, funded in part by
the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, that work in support of environmental stewardship and the long-term
economic development and responsible use
of America’s coastal resources. The Director will be responsible for: 1) promoting and
supporting rigorous and creative research
on the Chesapeake Bay and the region’s
coastal marine environment, 2) synthesizing and communicating the implications of
this research to stakeholders and communities that rely on these environments, 3) supporting extension education, 4) coordinating MDSG’s activities with the National Sea
Grant program and other regional partners
and 5) directing an office of 12 staff, based
in College Park, MD. The ideal candidate
will have a research background and expe-
rience of administration. Clear communi-
cation and leadership skills are essential.
An earned Ph.D. or equivalent profession-
al qualification is preferred. The success-
ful candidate may be eligible for a faculty
appointment within the University System
of Maryland. To apply, please send a cur-
riculum vitae and a statement that provides
a personal vision of Sea Grant’s role in in-
tegrating research, outreach and extension
education for Maryland and the region.
Please include the names and contact in-
formation for three potential references.
Applications should be sent to director@
cbl.umces.edu by 04/20/2012 to receive full
consideration. The University of Maryland
Center for Environmental Science offers
a competitive salary and benefits package,
dependent on qualifications. UMCES is an
affirmative action/equal opportunity em-
ployer. We promote excellence through di-
versity and encourage women and minori-
ties to apply.
Environmental Sciences: Assistant/Associate Professor of Environmental Sciences. An earned doctorate in Environmental
Sciences, Environmental Engineering or
Engineering education. Ability to develop
and maintain an active scholarly research
program leading to professional publications and acquisition of research funding in
areas of environmental sciences/engineer-
materials include a focused letter of interest, a current résumé, and complete contact infor-
mation for five professional references. All applications and nominations will be considered