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Responsibilities include managing and overseeing unit resources including annual budget, faculty load, facilities, and support staff; encouraging and supporting faculty development, including initiatives related to faculty scholarship and community engagement; leading school initiatives related to student learning, innovative pedagogical practices, new curricular options, and outcomes assessment for all academic programs in the CAS; serving as the official representative of, and spokesperson for, the CAS to internal and external groups, including University administration and accrediting bodies in the disciplines within the College; overseeing recruitment and retention of students in the CAS; supervising the hiring and performance reviews of all personnel in the CAS; providing leadership in the preparation of all internal and external reports of College activities and performance; chairing and/or participating in committees, task forces, and ad hoc groups that affect the ongoing viability and strategic planning of the CAS; teaching at least one course within the CAS each academic year and supervising/conducting scholarly work; seeking opportunities for and overseeing CAS faculty efforts in securing external funding; collaborating with the University Advancement team in donor cultivation and solicitation as needed; and serving on the Academic Affairs Leadership Team and engaging in strategic planning for Academic Affairs and the broader University community.
Minimum qualifications: An earned terminal degree from an accredited institution of higher education; a record of successful teaching, scholarship, and professional engagement to merit senior rank in a discipline within the CAS; demonstrated success in administrative and/or academic leadership; personal and professional integrity; ability to engage various constituent groups in strategic initiatives; a demonstrated commitment to and/or evidence of successful initiatives that are inclusive; ability to articulate a vision of the future of liberal arts and science education; and strong organizational and communication skills.
Preferred qualifications: Experience in curriculum development, accreditation, and academic program development; ability to represent the concerns of the College’s internal and external audiences; ability to secure grants and engage in other fundraising activities; and ability to cultivate and maintain ties with alumni.
Apply electronically at http://www.uindy.edu/visitors/hr. Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled.
The University of Indianapolis is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer and encourages applications from women and minorities.
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