Posted on Jan 19, 2019 by University Of North Carolina - General Administration
The employer is from EDUCATION sector.
- The position will provide leadership across a range of functions and responsibilities, with special emphasis on academic planning, faculty evaluation and development, seminal issues tied to student success strategies, and other activity related to UNC or state-wide academic initiatives and policy development. The vice president provides leadership for the development and/or refinement of policies and guidelines that impact the academic mission of the University of North Carolina and will regularly report to committees of the Board of Governors, to the Faculty Assembly, and to the Chief Academic Officers. As needed, the vice president will serve in the stead of the Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs.
- A doctorate degree in a related field and a minimum of five years of leadership experience in a complex 4-year higher education setting, including prior supervisory background.
- Previous or current experience as a faculty member, along with demonstrated success and accomplishments in working with groups of faculty.
- Experience in a central academic administrative lead role (e.g., assistant/associate dean, dean, associate/vice provost, provost) at a university or system.
- Comfort with evolving functional areas and the ability to easily and effectively collaborate with peers.
- Current or previous experience with faculty evaluation and development, to include promotion and tenure and/or similar faculty processes.
- Demonstrated experience in research, scholarly and/or grant activity (e.g. grant administration, publication in refereed journals or edited books, presentations at national conferences).