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The Academic Vice President reports to the President and provides leadership for the academic programs of the university. In the role, this senior administrator collaborates with faculty, staff, and President’s Cabinet members to expand and ensure the quality and reputation of the academic programs in keeping with the mission, vision, and values of the university.
- An earned doctorate
- Successful classroom and academic leadership experience
- Collaborative leadership skills
- Experience in program and personnel assessment
- Deep Christian commitment
- Personal and professional integrity
- Is responsible for academic programs, collaborating with faculty, staff, and administration.
- Leads the faculty in developing and improving the educational programs and policies of the university, including curricular offerings, pedagogical methods, supportive co-curricular opportunities, graduation requirements, and effective processes of assessment.
- Monitors the academic progress of students, the delivery of instruction, and the functions of academic departments.
- Guides the process to recruit faculty who promise excellence in teaching, scholarship, and service in keeping with the mission of the university.
- Plans, identifies, and creates opportunities for faculty development.
- Hires and supervises the Associate Dean; the Department Chairs; the Library Director; the Registrar; the Study Abroad Director; the academic center directors
- Oversees the adherence to Faculty Handbook rules and regulations, and recommends policies ensuring the general welfare of the academic program and the faculty to the President.
- Chairs the Academic Division Leadership Team and other committees and task forces as assigned.
- Serves on President’s Cabinet and the Cabinet Executive, chairing meetings in the absence of the president.
- Collaborates with Cabinet colleagues in budget planning, and in recommending appropriate policies, procedures, and practices for the campus.
- Serves as ex officio member of Academic Council.
- Exciting work opportunity in an international and multicultural environment
- A Christ-centered community that equips staff and students to heal a broken world
- Life in a quaint and thriving European city on the Baltic Sea
- Friendly and supportive team and work culture
- Flexible working conditions
- Traveling opportunities
- Professional development opportunities
- A competitive local salary
Applications and Nominations:
Applications and nominations will be accepted until a new Academic Vice President is appointed. Candidates should submit a resume or CV and Letter of Interest addressed to the Academic Vice President search committee by January 15, 2023.
Nominations, expressions of interest, and applications will be treated with complete confidentiality and should be submitted directly to email@example.com. Confidential inquiries and questions concerning this search may be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org.