Job Title: Associate Director of Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) Job ID: 25326 Full/Part Time: Full-Time Regular/Temporary: Regular Job Code: 3306/ Administrator III Department: Counseling & Psychological Svcs -------------------- About the Position Reporting to the Director of Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS), this management position provides leadership and management functions for the Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) clinical service delivery. Provides clinical consultation to the CAPS staff and faculty, and to the campus community around mental health emergencies. Oversees collection and analysis of data related to clients and clinical services. Participates as a member of the CAPS Management Team and may serve as the acting Director in their absence. Provides administrative supervision for educational counseling program and temporary clinical counselors. Coordinates clinical services for students with other campus units as well as community mental health providers. May participate as a core member of the Behavioral Intervention Team. Provides psychotherapy, outreach, workshops, consultation, supervision and crisis response. This position assists with the development of policies and procedures in adherence to federal, state, and system guidelines. Provides training and updates to the professional staff regarding assigned program responsibilities. To apply, please visit: http://www.sjsu.edu/hr/careers/jobs and search for Job ID: 25326. Equal Employment Statement: SJSU is an Equal Opportunity Affirmative Action employer. We consider qualified applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, age, gender, gender identity/expression, sexual orientation, genetic information, medical condition, marital status, veteran status, or disability. It is the policy of SJSU to provide reasonable accommodations for applicants with disabilities who self disclose.
Dean, W. A. Franke College of Forestry and Conservation, University of Montana
The University of Montana (UM), located in Missoula, Montana, invites nominations and applications for the position of Dean of the W. A. Franke College of Forestry and Conservation (FCFC) . The FCFC seeks an innovative and resourceful leader to further our mission as a top-ranked college in natural resource management and environmental sciences.
UM is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity employer and has a strong institutional commitment to diversity in all areas. We are particularly interested in receiving applications from a broad spectrum of qualified people, including people from academic, public sector, private sector, or non-governmental settings, who would assist the University in pursuing its five priorities for action . We encourage applications from and nominations of women, Native Americans, persons of color, persons with disabilities, veterans, and other individuals from underrepresented groups.
The Position Reporting to the Executive Vice President and Provost, the Dean is the chief academic and administrative officer for FCFC and is responsible for administering the College's departments and programs, developing and implementing academic strategies, recruiting and retaining students and members of the faculty and staff, and managing organizational and financial structures that promote excellence in research, professional practice, and education.
We seek a Dean with an established record of creative and effective leadership who understands the pressing challenges facing natural resources management and environmental science. The College seeks an innovative, dynamic, and experienced leader who will enhance and further its reputation and position as an international pioneer in teaching, research, and outreach. Montana is a large state with virtually unmatched opportunity for natural resources-related research and outreach. The Dean will also serve as an effective leader and advocate for the College within the University.
The Dean will display a high level of energy and aptitude for building meaningful connections with a variety of stakeholders and donors. In addition, the new dean should be a collaborative leader who will nurture the convivial culture within the College and help the College implement its strategic goals while unifying its diverse disciplines, promoting collegiality among both the faculty and staff, and valuing relationships with students. The Dean will lead the realization of a new mass timber building that will bring the College together under one roof and serve as a centerpiece of sustainability. At a time of change and opportunity within the University, the new dean will forge connections with other campus units through participation in the University's Communities of Excellence, especially the Community of Excellence in Environment and Sustainability .
The Dean will further the mission and vision of the College and the University. The successful candidate will:
Provide the leadership, vision, and strategy to increase academic and research opportunities for the College in Montana, nationally, and abroad.
Promote and encourage faculty excellence in teaching, scholarship, research, outreach, and service through innovative strategies.
Advocate for students both inside and outside the University to support their professional success, including developing relationships with key employers.
Establish relationships with individuals, associations, corporations, and local, tribal, state, federal and international programs and agencies.
Serve as Director of the Montana Forest and Conservation Experiment Station, administering state-appropriated funds, federal McIntire-Stennis funds, grant and donor funds, and station research properties and facilities.
Represent the eleven FCFC centers and institutes that serve as an integral part of research and outreach for the college and university.
Represent the interests of a variety of students, staff, and faculty in the biological, social, and physical sciences in a unified strategic vision.
Oversee effective fiscal and personnel management and collaboration, including the recruitment and retention of highly qualified and diverse staff, students, and faculty.
Build partnerships through strategic communication and interaction with funding agencies and potential donors.
Required Qualifications Candidates must demonstrate a strong commitment to student achievement and faculty scholarship, and effective interpersonal and collaborative skills, and possess the drive and skills to advance the College through excellence in its teaching, outreach, and research missions. They must have strong leadership capabilities and demonstrate the ability to set priorities and to challenge and inspire individuals to achieve strategic goals. Specific qualifications include:
Doctorate or other terminal degree from a discipline related to those represented within the College with experience in an academic, public sector, private sector, or non-governmental setting. Candidates shall have a record of scholarship commensurate with a tenured faculty position in one of the College's departments.
Demonstrated effectiveness as a leader and administrator of a multi-faceted organization.
Demonstrated understanding of contemporary issues in natural resource management, sustainability, and environmental science.
Commitment to excellence and innovation in undergraduate and graduate education, including high impact learning experiences.
Record of effective leadership and management with a commitment to ethics, openness, and diversity.
Demonstrated ability to foster cooperation, collaboration, and consensus building.
Demonstrated understanding of, commitment to, and ability to support natural and social science, as well as interdisciplinary approaches.
Effective communication skills, and a demonstrated commitment to communicating research, science, and programing with the public, press, stakeholders, and partners.
Commitment to and experience with transparent budgeting and decision-making.
Experience that indicates an aptitude for development, including working effectively with private donors and foundations, and policy-makers at the state and federal levels.
Position is full-time (1.0 FTE) MUS Contract and includes a comprehensive and competitive benefits package including insurance package, mandatory retirement plan, partial tuition waiver, and wellness program.
Salary for this position is commensurate with qualifications.
How to Apply Priority Application Date: Monday, March 16, 2020 For application instructions, required application materials, and to learn more about UM and Missoula, please apply at http://bit.ly/2548umjobs .
UM is an AA/EEO/ADA/Veterans Preference Employer
San Jacinto College Equal Opportunity Statement: The San Jacinto College District is committed to equal opportunity for all students, employees, and applicants without regard to race, creed, color, national origin, citizenship status, age, disability, pregnancy, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender expression or identity, genetic information, marital status, or veteran status in accordance with applicable federal and state laws. Provost - Multiple Locations San Jacinto College, a multi-campus institution in Houston and Pasadena, Texas, is seeking applications for provost position. The Campus Provost is the chief administrative executive of the campus providing academic, administrative, and fiscal leadership. The Campus Provost is responsible for the daily operations of the campus. The Campus Provost leads the campus leadership team, broader management team, and the budget hearing committee and participates on the San Jacinto College Strategic Leadership Team. The Campus Provost is the senior learning leader for the campus and is responsible for implementing the College's academic plan and promoting academic excellence through collaboration, cooperation, and teamwork throughout San Jacinto College. The Campus Provost promotes the College externally, fosters a campus climate that is consistent with the College's core values and the "one-college" vision, and is committed to the achievement of the College's strategic plan and annual priorities. VISION & STRATEGIC PLANNING
Implements the College's annual strategic plan and demonstrates through long term and annual operational plans how the annual priorities will be achieved on campus
Champions cultural and organizational change within the College to implement the one-college vision
Implements programs and services that support both the accomplishment of the College's mission and the continuation of the College's accreditation status
Creates a culture that embraces change readiness, high performance, teamwork, and increased individual and organizational productivity
Builds an agile organization to ensure successful execution of the College's strategic plan
Participates in future strategic planning and visioning efforts
TEACHING, LEARNING, & ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE
Works collaboratively with faculty, administrators, and staff to provide a supportive and rigorous teaching and learning environment from the classroom to an effective array of student support services
Demonstrates commitment to an environment that encourages faculty to create positive and innovative learning environments
Provides leadership in ensuring that academic and support processes focus on the enhancement of the learning environment
Promotes and facilitates innovations in teaching and learning and supporting technologies and infrastructures
Ensures that all elements necessary for a quality teaching and learning environment are successfully implemented
Supports faculty in developing assessment mechanisms that will document increases in learning
Recommends strategies to meet the needs of a diverse community and student body
Provides leadership for program areas including developing new programs, collaborating on goals and objectives to meet College's strategic goals, and participating in continuous improvement processes
Works collaboratively across the College to align offerings and scheduling in order to promote greater student success and increased effectiveness and efficiencies
Coordinates with campus support services including Human Resources, Information Technology, Facilities Management, Safety, and Security to ensure a safe and positive learning environment
Provides leadership in the recruitment, hiring, retention, evaluation, and support of full-time and part- time faculty, administrators, and staff
Builds and leads an effective team of deans and directors to fulfill the College's mission and strategic plan
Creates developmental opportunities to offer professional and personal growth for campus stakeholders
Fosters a campus climate that is consistent with the College's core values and promotes a college-wide approach
Creates open communication avenues throughout the campus and College
RELATIONSHIPS & PARTNERSHIPS
Communicates effectively with campus stakeholders, including the college leadership, faculty and staff, students, and the local community
Serves as an active participant and spokesperson for San Jacinto College in business, educational, community, and civic organizations
Develops, maintains, and supports working partnerships with the community, business, industry, and other educational organizations to promote San Jacinto College
Champions and coordinates the delivery of campus offerings, programs, and services that respond to the changing needs of community, business, and industry
Supports the expansion of regional partnerships and connections to enhance the breadth and image of workforce training programs with students and employers
Assists to strengthen local and regional P-16 strategies and initiatives
Participates as a member of the San Jacinto College Strategic Leadership Team and the Executive Instruction and Student Services Council
Serves or chairs and supports participation in governing councils or committees as required
Works collaboratively with other Campus Provosts, officers of the Faculty Senate, Associate Vice Chancellor for Student Services, Assistant Vice Chancellor for Teaching and Learning, Assistant Vice Chancellor for Accreditation, Institutional Research and Effectiveness, Associate Vice Chancellor of Student Success Transitions, and Vice Chancellor of Strategic Initiatives to ensure college-wide perspective while considering individual campus needs
Assures adherence to College policies and procedures and assumes compliance with rules, regulations, and laws of federal, state, and accrediting agencies
FINANCE, TECHNOLOGY, & PLANNING
Works collaboratively with faculty, administrators, and staff in campus planning in accordance with the College's strategic plan and other college priorities
Serves as the campus liaison for the planning and development of new facilities and renovation, remodeling, and technology initiatives
Facilitates and supports the integration of technology into the culture of the College to enhance the teaching and learning process and student success and to streamline business processes
Guides the enrollment planning and scheduling process
Assists with the development of external funds to support programs and projects
Develops and manages the campus budget in alignment with the College's annual priorities and ensuring operational costs are in line with relevant budgetary controls
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
Leadership experience in campus operations role with managerial responsibility in a collaborative team environment
Knowledge and experience in addressing and mitigating student-related issues
Experience in applying instructional technologies
Knowledge of policy formulation and analysis methods to establish practical policies
Skills to maintain a fair and decisive leadership style with the ability to make independent judgments
Salary Grade: 44 Salary is based on the Board-approved salary schedule for the current fiscal year. See Salary Schedule Requisition Number: req2332 Posting Close Date: 3/13/2020
Advanced degree from a regionally accredited college or university
10-15 years of progressively responsible experience in higher education
Demonstrated ability in building and maintaining partnerships
Proven track record of successful, performance-driven leadership
Direct experience in educational delivery systems and outcomes-based instruction
Success in leading various levels of faculty and staff, information systems, and data in the decision-making process
Experience evaluating instructional effectiveness against measurable performance indicators
Experience improving teaching and learning with a focus on achieving measurable student success indicators
Demonstrated commitment and experience with diverse populations
Proven experience with credit and non-credit programming
Budget preparation and management skills
Demonstrated ability to generate, identify, and implement opportunities to improve current programs and/or operations
Demonstrated understanding of technical and non-technical academic programming
Strong written and spoken communication skills with the ability to establish personal and professional credibility with internal and external constituencies
Proven ability to facilitate continuous quality improvement of instructional programs and organization
Broad knowledge of higher education policies, principles, and organization
Results oriented and visionary qualities of a forward-thinking leader in an evolving environment
Earned doctorate from an accredited institution
The Senior Vice Provost/Academic Affairs (SVP/AA) serves as the provost's liaison for Academic Affairs, including activities with colleges, support units and external agencies. The SVP/AA is responsible for the oversight of the following areas: academic program review, assessment, curriculum and instructional support, accreditation, and the online faculty information system, as well as student support areas such as global engagement, community engagement, first year experience, and honors.
An earned doctorate or other terminal degree. A distinguished record of teaching, research, and curriculum development and collaboration with academic units. Outstanding leadership and administrative skills in higher education as appropriately related to the areas of responsibility, such as including, developing, and leading undergraduate student success or curricular innovation initiatives at the university level. Advanced knowledge of and experience with current accreditation and assessment methods in higher education, including qualitative and quantitative research methods. Demonstrated knowledge and experience working with regional, national, and specialized accreditation agencies. Experience addressing the needs and concerns of underrepresented and other marginalized groups and a strong commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion. Experience developing and maintaining strategic, collaborative relationships with stakeholders at the university level and in the community. A commitment to shared governance. Demonstrated ability to lead positive change. Ability to analyze and interpret data and communicate this to a broad set of audiences.
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