The School of Business includes Departments of Business Management, Computer Systems, Ornamental Horticulture, Sport Management, and Visual Communication: Art & Graphic Design. The Art Gallery and Ornamental Teaching Garden are also overseen by the School. This 12-month full-time administrator provides leadership in curriculum development, faculty development, establishment of plans and standards for student recruitment and retention, and supervision and implementation of the College’s new faculty Professional Growth Program. The Dean works collaboratively with the academic administration team under supervision of the Provost and acts as the official channel for communication regarding all matters among the school, the Provost, the President and the other schools. The Dean directs all instructional programs and staff and provides direction and leadership in the initiation, development, implementation and evaluation of programs within the school. The Dean works with the Institutional Advancement and Development Offices to assist in acquiring non-state, private resources for the school.
Involvement in professional accreditation, grants/acquisitions, and affiliations with off-campus agencies regarding the programs and affairs of the school is essential. The Dean supervises the recruitment and selection of all new faculty and staff according to established College procedures and allocates personnel to the various departments within the school. Responsibilities include overseeing evaluation of all faculty and instructional support staff for appointment, reappointment, tenure, promotion, dismissal, discretionary salary adjustments, and other matters within the departments and the school. In consultation with the Provost, the Dean establishes and monitors all budget allocations to academic departments and offices within the school. Deans carry out other powers, duties, and responsibilities as may be assigned by the President and the Provost.
a Ph.D. in one of the disciplines of the School of Business or a related discipline, a record of scholarly publications and professional eligibility for tenure at the full professor level is required. A minimum of four years of administrative experience in the role of academic department chair, assistant dean, associate dean, or a position that offered similar leadership opportunity and professional growth, is required.
A successful candidate will possess the following:
- A commitment and ability to relate to and work with students in various aspects of their academic pursuits
- Proven ability to provide program leadership and development
- Experience in shared governance
- Good interpersonal, management and conflict resolution skills
- Demonstrated success working with a team to attain institutional goals
- Ability to make decisions in a consultative and informed manner
- Ability to establish organizational priorities and make difficult choices among competing demands
- Excellent written and oral communications skills
- Experience creating programs/policies for student recruitment/retention
- Experience with assessment/accreditation of academic programs/institutions
- Experience at a four year teaching institution
- Experience working with diverse populations
SALARY AND BENEFITS: Competitive and commensurate with experience
POSITION AVAILABLE: July 2013
State University of New York is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer
VISA SPONSORSHIP IS NOT AVAILABLE FOR THIS POSITION
CLOSING DATE FOR RECEIPT OF APPLICATIONS: January 31, 2013
A coeducational, public college with more than 6,800 undergraduate students, including more than 500 resident students, Farmingdale State...