The Dean reports directly to the Executive Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs, is the academic and administrative leader of the Rady School of Management, and has responsibility for a full range of graduate programs and the School's participation in undergraduate education. The Dean will oversee recruitment and retention of a diverse community of scholars, and will maintain an effective administrative structure to support the School's programs and activities. The Dean is responsible for providing academic, intellectual, and administrative leadership in enhancing the School, and will promote excellence in all aspects of the School's research, teaching, and service missions. Moreover, the Dean is responsible for providing academic leadership to the faculty for the programs leading to the Masters of Business Administration (MBA), other Masters degrees, and Ph.D. degrees, as well as for executive education, joint degree programs with other campus units, and the School's role in undergraduate education. The Dean is responsible for the implementation of plans and program improvement in the areas of: instruction; research; public service; academic planning; development and management of resources; and articulation of the goals and programs of the School within the profession, industry, and government at the local, state, national, and international levels. Additionally, the Dean is charged to create an inclusive environment where all can thrive. To view the Position Profile, please visit http://evc.ucsd.edu/_files/UCSD_Rady_Position_Profile.pdf
The Search Committee will review candidates and will continue until the position is filled. This search is being managed by Isaacson, Miller. Please direct specific inquiries to Annie Webster at Isaacson, Miller at awebster@IMSearch.com.
To be considered for the position the individual must have
Terminal Degree in Business Administration or related field
A distinguished record of teaching
A distinguished record of research
A distinguished record of professional service
A commitment to academic excellence, and a vision for the future of the Rady School of Management.
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La Jolla, CA
Curriculum Vitae - Your most recently updated C.V.
Letter of Interest
Statement of Contributions to Diversity - Applicants should summarize their past or potential contributions to diversity. See our Faculty Equity site for more information.
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