The Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs is the chief student affairs officer of the University, reporting directly to the Executive Vice Chancellor and Provost and is a member of the Chancellor’s Cabinet. The Vice Chancellor serves as the chief spokesperson and advocate for the Division both within and outside of the University and ensures that the Division serves as a vital resource and component to the institution. The Vice Chancellor provides vision, leadership, and direction to the Division of Student Affairs in supporting the academic mission of the University. As the principal administrative leader for Student Affairs, the Vice Chancellor oversees the development of policy, programs, and services that promote learning both inside and outside the classroom. The Division serves undergraduate, graduate and professional school populations. Responsibilities include supervision of 17 major departments: Office of the Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs, Accessibility Resources & Service, Campus Health Services, Campus Recreation, Campus Y, Carolina Housing, Carolina Union, Counseling and Psychological Services, Information Technology, LGBTQ Center, New Student & Family Programs, Off-Campus Student Life, Office of Fraternity & Sorority Life, Office of Student Conduct, Office of the Dean of Students, Student Wellness, and University Career Services. The Division of Student Affairs includes approximately 330 permanent employees, over 1200 student staff, and has an annual operating budget of over 80 million. Budget is primarily supported through student fees and housing rentals. The Division manages approximately one-third of the buildings on the campus.
Education and Experience:
The University is seeking a dynamic leader who brings passion, an understanding of the convergent activities that fuel the success of students and student affairs, and an entrepreneurial mindset. This individual should have a bold leadership approach and be personally committed to the success and well-being of all students. The incumbent must possess a strong vision for and commitment to student development and a quality student experience in a large, public, research university. The Vice Chancellor must have demonstrated significant achievement in leadership and administration within a complex environment comparable to UNC. The ideal candidate will have excellent administrative skills including strategic planning and evaluation, budgeting, personnel management, facilities management, fundraising and public relations. An ability to work collaboratively and effectively with student government, academic affairs, and multiple administrative units throughout the campus as well as knowledge of major issues facing today’s college students and their education are essential.
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