Education, Health & Society: Associate Dean of Faculty Affairs and Graduate Education, reporting to the Dean, to work in partnership with department chairs to support and direct initiatives in three main areas of responsibility: Faculty Recruitment, Retention, and Development; Graduate Education; and Research and Sponsored Programs; teach one course per year in home department.
Faculty Recruitment, Retention, & Development
Oversee search committee processes in all EHS departments.
Coordinate onboarding and mentorship support for all new faculty (e.g., visiting, Teaching/Clinical Professors or Lecturers (TCPL), and Tenure Track) and targeted mentorship for faculty of color.
Provide regular and continuing guidance and support to all faculty seeking promotion (e.g., TCPL, Tenured, and Tenure Track faculty).
Facilitate informational meetings for all faculty who are seeking tenure and/or promotion.
Meet regularly with Department Chairs to discuss and resolve ongoing matters related to faculty success (i.e. workload, compliance, etc.).
Coordinate and assess faculty professional development.
Conduct annual reviews of pre-tenure and/or pre-promotion faculty as delegated by the Dean.
Review and approve all staff and faculty annual reviews, except direct reports to Dean.
Convene the EHS graduate curriculum committee.
Ensure compliance of all EHS graduate programs with all university and state mandates.
Oversee and approve the dissemination of Graduate Assistantships throughout the College.
Research and Sponsored Programs
Supervise the Division’s grant facilitator and the faculty grant fellow.
Update and post the EHS Grants and Awards Booklet and convene the awards committee.
Oversee all EHS research/practice centers: Center for Mindfulness & Contemplative Inquiry, Sexuality Education Studies Center, Discovery Center, and Center for Human Development, Learning and Technology.
Require: An earned PhD in a discipline within one of the College’s five departments: Teacher Education, Educational Leadership, Educational Psychology, Family Science and Social Work, and Kinesiology and Health; record of teaching, research, and service that qualify the candidate to be a tenured, full professor in the College. The successful candidate will possess strong leadership, organizational, collaboration and mentorship skills and be able to demonstrate a productive commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion across all areas of responsibility. This position is available to persons who are currently authorized to work in the United States on a full-time and indefinite basis. (Persons authorized to work on such a basis include US citizens, lawful permanent residents (“green card” holders), asylees, refugees, and temporary residents under IRCA.)
Desire: Formal administrative experience; demonstrated commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion; democratic/collaborative leadership skills; effective communication, organizational, and mentorship skills; awareness of the role of intersectionality, positionality, and an ability to critically reflect on one’s work.
Submit cover letter and curriculum vitae to http://jobs.miamioh.edu/cw/en-us/job/496339/. Direct inquiries to Dr. Denise Taliaferro Baszile at email@example.com. Screening of applications begins January 6, 2020 and continues until the position is filled.
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Internal Number: 496339
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