A48 Academic Affairs Student Affairs
Vice President of Instruction
Coast Community College District is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Founded in 1885, Springfield College is internationally renowned
in the health sciences, human and social services, sport and movement
studies, and the arts and sciences. Campus life is guided by the
distinctive Humanics philosophy: education of the whole person
– spirit, mind and body – for leadership in service to others. More
than 5,000 traditional, nontraditional and international students
study at its main campus and satellite campuses of its School of
Human Services in ten cities and eight states.
Springfield College is accepting applications for the position
of Director of Health Services. The Director is a member of
the senior leadership team of the Division of Student Affairs
and is responsible for providing leadership for the department
and providing quality health care services to students through
the planning and administration of all aspects of the health
care program. Responsibilities include: serving as the focal
point for promoting creative college-wide health services with
emphasis on being an administrator, health educator, and health
care professional providing direct patient care; planning and
administering all aspects of college health care services; ensuring
health education is provided for students; collaborating with
other departments across campus to offer health care services and
education including but not limited to, counseling center, campus
recreation and athletics, partnering with counseling services and
serving as a member of the college behavioral intervention team.
The successful candidate will also maintain departmental budget,
hire staff, verify licensure and credentials, and supervise health care.
Qualifications include: Must be an experienced health services
delivery professional such as a nurse practitioner, physician
assistant, or related credential, with a strong background in clinical
management and ability to write prescriptions. Also, related
Bachelor’s degree and appropriate advanced or professional degree
with a minimum of five years of relevant experience. Should also
have a solid understanding of college student health care issues and
exhibit a desire to work with students. Excellent organizational
and administrative abilities; effective writing and oral skills; and
compatibility with an environment conducive to teamwork and
collegiality are essential.
Please send letter of application and resume along with the names
and contact information for three professional references to:
Office of Human Resources, Springfield College, 263 Alden Street,
Springfield, MA 01109.
Springfield College is committed to enhancing diversity and equality
in education and employment.
Please visit our website at:
NEBRASKA STATE COLLEGE
The Chancellor of the Nebraska State College System invites applications
for the position of Vice Chancellor for Academic Planning and Partnerships.
The position reports directly to the Chancellor and is an integral part of the
The Vice Chancellor for Academic Planning and Partnerships (VCAAP)
identifies and plans for new academic programs. The VCAAP engages and
collaborates with the leadership at the Colleges and in business, industry,
education and state and local government to build outreach programs and
to create appropriate and effective partnerships. The Vice Chancellor also
serves as a change agent for academic program growth and innovation,
especially related to the creation of external and internal partnerships.
Substantial travel to Colleges and throughout the service regions is
The VCAAP provides academic support to the Academic and Personnel
committee of the Board of Trustees, the Chancellor and the Council of
The Vice Chancellor should possess a terminal degree with significant
background or understanding in areas such as partnerships, business,
education, management, curriculum, technology, cutting edge innovation
and related issues for the performance of the responsibilities of this
A competitive salary will be offered along with an excellent benefits
Applications will be accepted until the position is filled with the initial review
commencing in June. The position beginning date is negotiable.
Applicants are invited to submit a letter of interest, résumé and the names
and telephone numbers of three professional references to:
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Mr. Stan Carpenter
Nebraska State College System
PO Box 94605
Lincoln, NE 68509
The Nebraska State College System is an Equal Opportunity employer.
Associate or Assistant Provost
Science and Technology
Yale University invites applications and nominations for the position of
Associate or Assistant Provost for Science and Technology. This position
provides primary liaison between the Provost’s Office and academic
departments in the physical sciences, engineering and biological sciences,
as well as other units overseen by the Deputy Provost for Science and
Technology. Responsibilities include strategic planning, implementation
of academic and administrative policy as well as budgetary oversight for
assigned units. Other duties include monitoring and administering the
Science Development Fund, assisting with faculty recruitment and
retention and working with the Facilities organization on construction
and renovation projects related to the academic mission.
Advanced degree in a scientific discipline and academic and/or research
administrative experience in higher education are required. Ph.D. or
comparable level scientific degree and experience in the development of
laboratory facilities and scientific space planning are strongly preferred.
Application: This is a three year renewable appointment. Rank will
reflect experience. Review of applications will begin immediately.
For more information and immediate consideration, apply online at
www.yale.edu/jobs. The requisition ID for this position is 21133BR.
Please include your letter of interest and resume. Nominations may be
submitted to: Office of the Deputy Provost for Science and Technology,
Yale University, 1 Hillhouse Avenue, PO Box 208365, New Haven, CT
06520. However, to be considered a candidate, please apply online.
Yale University is an affirmative action, equal opportunity employer and
particularly welcomes applications and nominations of women and members
of underrespresented minorities.
Degree Audit Programmer
and Athletic Certification
The University of Maine, Office of Student Records has a position for
Degree Audit Programmer and Athletic Certification Specialist. This
position will manage all aspects of the Academic Advisement Module
within the Student Administration System, audit academic records of
student-athletes for certification and, evaluate transfer credit. Salary
range is $35,183 – $58,000 depending on experience and qualifications
with full University benefits. For a full listing of qualifications and job
description go to: http://jobs.umaine.edu/.
ately and continue until the position is filled.
The appointment will be for the 2013-2014
academic year. Detailed information and
the on-line application process are available
at http://www.gvsujobs.org Include a letter
of interest, curriculum vitae, statement of
Director of the
Georgia State University, the Southeast’s leading urban research
institution with an enrollment of over 32,000 students, is seeking
qualified applicants to fill the position of Director, Student*University
Center. This position provides leadership for the Student*University
Center, which includes budget management, staff supervision, policy
formation, and event management of a 200,000 square foot facility
that is open seven days and nights per week. Responsibilities include
developing policies, procedures and budget projections, utilizing
appropriate financial controls with financial data analysis tools,
and management of a budget of approximately $5.5M. The position
supervises two Associate Directors, and a Manager of Business Affairs,
HR Coordinator, Associate to the Director and Student Media Advisor.
This position indirectly supervises all other full time staff and student
assistants. Duties include administering benchmarking surveys,
institutional effectiveness plans and student learning outcomes.
This position also advises the Student Government Association and
supervises the Spotlight Programs Board, student media operations
and major campus events funded through the Student Activity Fee.
This includes student leadership and program planning and training
and financial oversight for program funds. The position reports
directly to the Vice President for Student Affairs.
Qualified applicants will have a minimum of a Bachelor’s degree and
six years of supervisory/management experience or a combination
of education and experience. A Master’s degree in Higher Education
Administration, Student Personnel, Business or related field is
preferred, in addition to prior experience in personnel management
of professional and support staff, fiscal management, facilities
management, strategic planning and outcome-driven assessment
efforts and experience working with student groups.
For a full description and to apply online, go to www.gsu.edu
(vacancy# 0603093). A review of applications will begin May 15, 2013.
Georgia State University is an AA/Equal Opportunity Employer.
Assistant Vice Provost & Director,
Chancellor’s Scholarship and
Powers-Knapp Scholarship Programs
The University of Wisconsin-Madison seeks an individual with substantial
experience in academic administration to lead two of UW-Madison’s
premier merit-based scholarship programs. A Master’s degree is required;
a terminal degree is preferred. We seek candidates who can demonstrate
a record of working effectively with undergraduate students, particularly
high-achieving students from racial/ethnic and/or socio-economically
disadvantaged groups traditionally underrepresented in higher education.
Supervisory experience and experience in program assessment are essential;
fund-raising experience is preferred.
For details regarding this position, including complete application instructions,
please see position vacancy listing 76366 at http://go.wisc.edu/586448.
For full consideration, nominations and applications must be submitted
by June 4, 2013. Please submit material electronically to: Douglass
Henderson, Chair of the Search and Screen Committee c/o avpcspk@
Unless confidentiality is requested in writing, information regarding the
applicants must be released upon request. Finalists cannot be guaranteed
U W-Madison is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer. We promote
excellence through diversity and encourage all qualified individuals to apply.
teaching philosophy, and at least three references listed by name, address, phone and
e-mail address. Should you have questions
or need other assistance, please call Human Resources at 616-331-2215. Grand Valley State University is an affirmative action,
equal opportunity institution.
Engineering: Texas A&M International
University. Visiting Faculty PositionThe
Department of Engineering, Mathematics, and Physics at Texas A&M International University (TAMIU) (http://www.tamiu.
edu) invites applications for a Visiting Assistant Professor of Engineering position.
The successful candidate must hold a Ph.D.
in computer engineering, manufacturing engineering, or a related field, and be able to
teach undergraduate courses in a number
of areas, such as computer programming
(C/C++), embedded systems, intelligent
systems, computer integrated manufacturing, and robotics & automation. Applicants
should demonstrate a strong commitment to
undergraduate teaching, community relations, and excellence in research. Successful
teaching experience is preferred. Review of
applications will begin on June 1, 2013 and
Director of the
For full job description,
Program in Human-