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Dean of Culture and Climate

Achievement Prep Public Charter Schools
Washington, DC
Dean of Culture & Climate

Who We Are

Achievement Prep is a college-preparatory public charter school network committed to historically underserved communities of Southeast Washington, DC. Opening in 2013, our elementary school serves scholars in K - 3 rd grade. It also includes an early childhood partnership with AppleTree Institute, which serves pre K3 and pre K4 scholars. Our mission is to prepare students to excel as high-achieving scholars and leaders in high school, college and beyond.

What You Will Do

The Dean of Culture and Climate works closely with the Assistant Principal and Culture Team to help proactively shape and lead our school culture to ensure our scholars and teachers continue their growth and development. The primary purpose of the Dean of Culture and Climate is to provide a comprehensive program of social skills development, behavioral and academic guidance counseling supports to assist scholars in the areas of academic achievement and personal and social development. The Dean of Culture and Climate provides social and emotional supports that are designed to increase scholars' availability for learning in the classroom, increase self-esteem, raise scholars' expectations for achievement, and assist scholars in developing social skills needed for high school, college, and beyond. The Dean of Culture and Climate manages our behavior system, inclusive of working directly with teachers, and provides the appropriate interventions that will enhance scholars' success while at Achievement Prep and afterward.

Reporting to the Assistant Principal and supporting all staff and scholars, you will:

Cultural Leadership:

+ Exhibit an unwavering commitment to high academic achievement and character development in our scholars

+ Be highly present and visible, proactively circulating throughout classrooms and public spaces during the day to gain valuable context on scholar behavior and relentlessly ensuring a positive school environment

+ Serve as direct point of contact for all staff managing school-wide systems for incentives and consequences behavior support

+ Support staff in effectively developing and implementing effective classroom-based intervention to support scholar achievement

+ Create and implement scholar incentives to support social skill development

+ Identify and use appropriate sources of data to plan and deliver targeted scholar intervention (tier I, II, & III)

+ Support implementation of social skills lessons for teachers to deliver

+ Maintain a school culture centered on our ethos and core values of D etermination, R espect, E nthusiasm, A ccountability, and M astery

Scholar Services:

+ Serve as the first line/expert to support scholars in emotional crisis; assist with individual scholar and school-wide crisis interventions

+ Serve as a key role on the Scholar Support Team and actively participate in SST meetings/ process

+ Participate in any meetings for scholars on temporary caseload including, but not limited to, Multidisciplinary Team (MDT) meetings, Individualized Education Plan (IEP) meetings, and Manifestation Determination Review (MDR) meetings

+ Use data and work with culture team to identify scholars in need of counseling/social service assistance and provide substantive service in-house or make referrals to effective community agencies

+ Provide individual and group counseling services, inclusive of the development and ongoing management of social-emotional goals

+ Develop, monitor, review and modify behavior intervention plans

+ Conduct classroom observations of scholars and teachers

+ Conduct in-class guidance lessons in alignment with character education themes

Family Engagement

+ Communicate frequently with families of scholars around culture and socio-emotional issues to report progress and, as necessary, strategize around supports

+ Work with the culture team to orchestrate and hold parent engagement events to break down barriers between home and school

+ Conduct home visits as necessary

Administrative Leadership

+ Assist teachers, scholars, and parents in the effective creation and implementation of individual behavior plans

+ Research, plan and coordinate in-service training programs for administrators, parents, teachers, etc. in understanding and meeting the social and emotional needs of scholars; scholar services issues; behavior management; and teaching social skills

+ Consult with teachers regarding effective classroom management teaching strategies and appropriate work products and/or modifications to implement for struggling scholars

+ Foster and develop an awareness of community issues that affect the school environment and intervene when appropriate

+ Participate in training activities and clinical supervision provided by Achievement Prep

+ Fulfill continuing education requirements consistent with respective discipline and keep licenses current

+ Participate in grade level team meetings to effectively implement scholar interventions and support strategies

+ Provide professional development training that aligns with consistent implementation of culture programming and school-wide goals

+ Maintain confidential, accurate, and up-to-date records for all scholars/families receiving treatment services and submit monthly reports

+ Manage time, tasks, deadlines and responsibilities in a fast-paced environment

+ Support attendance and truancy efforts by working with Operations Coordinator to ensure proper notification protocols are upheld for scholars who are chronically truant.

General School Support

+ Collaboratively work with academic department to support scholars

+ Engage in additional school-wide responsibilities, such as lunch/recess duty, hallway posts, events committees, etc.

+ Receive continuous feedback from peers and school leaders on your practice and be expected to give the same

+ Embody our core values of D etermination, R espect, E nthusiasm, A ccountability, and M astery

+ Exhibit an unwavering commitment to high academic achievement and character development in our scholars

+ Be on campus from at least 7:30 AM to at least 5:00 PM daily

+ Attend and support monthly Family Nights/events that invite families into the building

Be willing to take on additional responsibilities as necessary to fulfill Achievement Prep's mission for our scholars

You Must Have

+ Degree in social work, psychology, or counseling

+ 1+ years of experience working in a school

+ 2+ years of experience working with children in historically underserved communities

It Would Be Nice for You to Have

+ Independent licensure to practice in field

+ 1+ years of experience in a school setting

Who You Are

You know and understand the power of education and have seen, first hand, that power manifested either in your life or in the lives of others. You are committed to serving historically underserved communities knowing that your work is part of a larger ecosystem committed to change. You believe in a quality public education for all and are determined to serve every child that comes your way. You are unapologetically mission driven and will do whatever it takes to advance the work and ensure scholar achievement. You are excited about not just the work, but doing the work at Achievement Prep. You are familiar with our community and are not afraid of or by all the beauty and challenges that come with living in impoverished communities. You value and respect everyone and demonstrate that respect in words and actions.

You understand that the needs of the whole child must be addressed in order to fully access her/his education. You work relentlessly each day to ensure that happens for our most vulnerable scholars. But you don't allow their challenges to lower your bar for what you expect of them and what you teach others to expect of them when it comes to being an Achievement Prep Scholar. You know that every minute counts for our scholars, so you structure your days to maximize your impact with scholars on your temporary caseload while simultaneously serving the broader scholar community with a laser focus on social-emotional trends you see across the school or with specific sub groups. You respect timelines and know that meeting the same are not optional or to be taken for granted. You are open to feedback, eager to grow, and bring your best to everything you do. You know the work isn't easy and don't expect for it to be. The grind of our mission ignites you. You are not only capable of performing, but thrive in circumstances involving ambiguity and nuance. You look for, or create, the joy in your day-to-day and want to work with others who do, too.

What We Value

+ 100% Scholars : You prioritize what's best for scholars first.

+ Results Without Excuses : You set, track and achieve ambitious goals; and you own the mistakes.

+ Sweat the Small Stuff : You pay attention to the smallest details to ensure smooth, predictable, and effective outcomes.

+ Community Matters - Mightily : You show care and respect for others - even when the work is taxing.

+ Unapologetically Mission-Driven : You have a "whatever it takes" mentality in achieving the mission.

+ Many Minds, One Mission : You value and partner with parents and the community for the good of scholars.

What You Get

+ Development :

+ Ongoing weekly or bi-weekly coaching and development from direct supervisor

+ Regular internal professional development tailored to the requirements of the position and staff needs

+ Opportunities to participate in external professional development that increases effectiveness in the role

+ Compensation & Benefits :

+ Achievement Prep offers highly competitive compensation

+ Medical, vision, dental benefits

+ Flexible spending accounts for transit, dependent care, and medical expenses

+ 401k with automatic immediate employer matching up to 4%

+ It Pays to Stay :

+ Upon completion of 2 full school years of service, employees become eligible for annual loyalty incentives

+ Gifts and Achievement Prep swag

+ Bonuses

Achievement Prep encourages individuals of all identities and backgrounds to apply for this position. We are an equal opportunity employer fully committed to hiring a talented and diverse group of individuals. Achievement Prep does not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, creed, color, national origin or ancestry, age, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, marital status, veteran status, disability, or any other category protected by applicable law.

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27d ago

Associate Dean - School of Graduate Studies

Excelsior College
Remote or Albany, NY
Reporting to the Dean of Graduate Studies, the Associate Dean performs complex duties related to the administration of academic programs and operations in the School of Graduate Studies. The Associate Dean works with the Dean as part of the School's leadership team to foster a culture of innovation and to build a sense of community with instructional faculty and students. The Associate Dean is expected expand new and foster existing relationships with important internal and external stakeholders. The Associate Dean is responsible for supervision and oversight of the faculty, and frequently may be required to resolve personnel problems, and handle high profile meetings. The Associate Dean works in tandem with the other Associate Deans to assure the smooth operation of academic programs both within their school and among the other schools of the College. The Associate Dean will provide administrative leadership in the absence of the Dean. It is preferred that the Associate Dean is located in Albany, NY or the surrounding areas. However, remote work arrangements may be explored. Duties and Responsibilities: Provide academic leadership for the appropriate school and program(s), which includes all general school academic and operational functions, in cooperation with the faculty and dean Lead the faculty and staff in carrying out the mission, and achieving the goals of the Graduate school Foster a culture of innovation and entrepreneurship with Deans, Associate Deans, unit managers, and staff throughout the College, as well as community members and leaders Participate in development of academic policies and represent degree programs on academic committees Interpret academic and employment trends for upper level administration and align programs with market opportunities Seek and foster opportunities for growth of the school, including the development of new courses, programs, and other initiatives Provide leadership and supervision to the curricula and recommend policies in conjunction with the Faculty and Dean; oversee and continuously improve the academic quality and integrity of the degree programs and recommend appropriate changes, as necessary Leads development and implementation of high-quality and innovative online course offerings at the graduate level Assist the Dean in all activities pertaining to registration and accreditation of degree programs Represent Excelsior College at appropriate academic conferences, professional meetings, and community activities Seek external funding to support new academic and research initiatives Conduct ongoing program development, evaluation, and outcomes assessment activities; utilize results for continuous improvement of curriculum, policies, procedures and processes associated with the school Qualifications:

* An earned doctorate degree from a regionally-accredited college or university or comparable non-U.S. institution.

* 5-10 years of higher education experience, with minimum of 2-3 years of progressive experience as an administrative leader and responsibility for supervising faculty.
* Experience with online curriculum and course development, especially at the graduate-level
* The Associate Dean should demonstrate highly effective organizational and written and oral communication skills
* The ability to think strategically about marketing of academic programs; a commitment to non-traditional higher education for adults
* Ability to work with diverse constituencies and staff
* Familiarity with regional and specialized accreditation processes
* The ability to represent Excelsior College within the academic community
* Demonstrated leadership and management ability.

Application Information

If you have problems with online submission, please call 518-608-8270.

Excelsior College offers competitive compensation and a generous benefits package that includes paid time off, retirement, and excellent health insurance. Interested candidates should submit a letter of application, resume, and the names of three professional references. Please submit requested information by clicking the Apply Now button on this page.

AA/EOE/ADA

Excelsior College is an equal opportunity employer committed to ensuring all qualified applicants receive consideration for employment without regard to any legally protected characteristic.
35d ago

Associate Dean for Student Affairs

Harvard University
Remote or Cambridge, MA
Basic Qualifications

Bachelor's degree; minimum 10 years of job-related experience; previous experience working in higher education; experience supervising staff.

Additional Information

In order to be considered for this role, a cover letter is required. Candidates must be authorized to work in the United States now and in the future. We regret that we cannot sponsor a work visa.

The Harvard Graduate School of Design is passionate about fostering a diverse, inclusive, respectful, and professional work environment. Applicants of all race, ability, gender expression and identity, sexuality, religion, education, class, national origin, and diverse backgrounds are encouraged to apply.

Until our return to campus and full operational status, which is still to-be-determined, this interview process and position will take place in a modified manner - including virtual interviews, remote onboarding, and remote work.

Job Summary

The GSD seeks an experienced and forward-thinking leader with demonstrated success in higher education administration to serve as the Associate Dean for Student Affairs. Reporting to the Executive Dean, the successful candidate will provide leadership for integrated delivery of Student and Enrollment Services and provides supervision to the directors overseeing these functions. The Associate Dean will serve in a key leadership role in high-level planning on matters pertaining to student body composition, admissions practices, and results, financial services delivery, career planning and services, and admissions. This includes developing and implementing strategies for building and supporting a student body that is excellent and diverse across multiple departments and programs.
52d ago

Associate Dean, School of Business

American Public University System
Charles Town, WV
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Synopsis

Under the direction of the Dean this position works under broad, administrative direction with significant responsibility in planning, organizing, and managing services associated with academic advising, outreach, admissions, assessment, orientation, mentoring, and scheduling. Assists the Dean and Department Chairs with responding to University departments, educational institutions, the community, students, and/or external agencies.

The Associate Dean is required to use good ethical judgement and seeks the success of students first. The Associate Dean assists the Dean and Department Chairs with evaluating and giving feedback for improvement of performance of programs—especially in measures of student success: student persistence, progression, and completion.

Essential Functions:
  • Promotes the reputation and differentiated offerings of the school and university by participating in activities sponsored by the outreach teams.
  • Assists with the implementation, assessment, and continuous improvement for courses, programs, and institutional learning outcomes.
  • Assist with the maintenance, reaffirmation and expansion for accreditations, including specialty accredited programs (if applicable), certifications and certificates.
  • Oversees benchmarking analyses.
  • Facilitates School faculty committee meetings and activities.
  • Represents the School at marketing content meetings.
  • Coordinates the activities for meetings.
  • Maintains voting status on appropriate school and university curriculum committees.
  • Assist the Dean with grant writing and securing funding for special projects.
  • Reviews the initial drafts of CurCom proposals and new programs.
  • Performs other duties as assigned.
  • Develop and maintain an awareness of social, business, and philanthropic cultures around the world.
  • Have a comprehensive understanding of the priorities of all of the departments within the WEBSOB and make persuasive verbal and written cases for supporting key programs and projects, effectively matching the interests of prospects to specific WEBSOB needs.
  • Meet regularly with colleagues within the WEBSOB, and across the University (specifically Student Services) campus to coordinate, develop and execute strategies for alumni relations.
  • Collaborate with WEBSOB leaders, staff, faculty, and students to build an understanding of the educational and research offerings in the WEBSOB sufficient for engaging interests of alums.
  • Coordinate the scheduling and planning of activities for the WEBSOB leadership team and faculty to engage with alumni and potential partnerships.

Required Skills:
  • Strong oral, written, planning, organizational, and presentation skills.
  • Detailed knowledge of curriculum development and improvement processes.
  • Knowledge of instructional design and learning theory principles in the online environment.
  • Knowledge of student success approaches to increase retention, persistence, progression and completion.
  • Ability to build relationships and partnerships in academia, business, industry, and government.
  • Ability to make ethical decisions and promote the highest standards of personal and professional integrity.
  • Ability to deal with ambiguity.
  • Proactive and creative problem-solving abilities.
  • Ability to promote collegiality and manage conflict.
  • Ability to meet specialty and regional accreditation requirements.
  • Ability to build strong teams and work effectively in committees.
  • Ability to meet critical and short notice delivery deadlines.

Education and Experience:
  • Doctoral degree from a regionally accredited institution is required. Degree in Business or a closely related field is preferred.
  • Experience with student success initiatives (retention completion and persistence) is strongly preferred.
  • Three or more years of experience in an academic leadership position as a department chair, program director, or similar academic supervisory position at the university level is required.
  • Three or more years of experience with online higher education is required.
  • Three or more years of experience with developing external partnerships (education, military, corporate, community, alumni) is required.
  • Successful grant writing and funding of special projects (University Development) experience is strongly preferred.

Compensation and Benefits:
  • The starting salary for this position is $95,000.
  • Information regarding benefits may be found here: https://www.apus.edu/about/careers/index

Work Environment and Physical Demands
  • Sitting, extensive use of keyboard.
  • Some travel to Charles Town, WV or the surrounding area is required.


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7d ago
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Assistant Dean for Strategic Communications and Marketing

George Mason University
Fairfax, VA
Department Antonin Scalia Law School Alternate Department Description Criminal Background Check Standard Background Check Motor Vehicle Background Check No Statement of Economic Interest Not Applicable Job Category Administrative or Professional Faculty Role (State) Job Title Assistant Dean for Strategic Communications and Marketing Working Title Assistant Dean for Strategic Communications and Marketing Job Type Full-Time Position Number FA90Ez Recruit Number FAC8384 Working Hours Location Arlington, VA Other Location Pay Band Salary $125,000-$150,000; Commensurate with education and experience. Web Announcement
Assistant Dean for Strategic Communications and Marketing , Antonin Scalia Law School

The George Mason University, Antonin Scalia Law School invites applications for the Assistant Dean for Strategic Communications and Marketing position. George Mason University has a strong institutional commitment to achievement of excellence and diversity among its faculty and staff, and strongly encourages candidates to apply who will enrich Mason's academic and culturally inclusive environment.

Responsibilities:
60d+ ago

Associate Dean for Careers - Georgetown University Law Center

Georgetown University
Washington, DC
Located in a historic neighborhood in the nation's capital, Georgetown offers rigorous academic programs, a global perspective, exciting ways to take advantage of Washington, D.C., and a commitment to social justice. Our community is a tight knit group of remarkable individuals interested in intellectual inquiry and making a difference in the world.
Requirements

Associate Dean for Careers - Georgetown University Law Center

The Associate Dean for Careers provides the strategic vision for and oversight of the three Georgetown Law career offices that support nearly 2700 Law Students [and alumni] in securing post-graduate employment:

* Office of Career Strategy (OCS, focused on private sector opportunities for JD students)
* Office of Public Interest and Community Service (OPICS, focused on public and non-profit sector opportunities for JD students)
* Office of Graduate Careers (OGC, focused on all career opportunities for LLM students)

The Associate Dean for Careers works to maximize the employment opportunities for and placement of law students in jobs, while assisting each office in strengthening diversity, equity and inclusion; professional development; and career planning initiatives; and oversees annual reporting of employment data collection and leads external advocacy efforts with ABA, US News & World Report, and other reporting entities.

Reporting directly to the Dean and Executive Vice President, and directly supervising 3 Assistant Deans in designing strategies and programs that connect law students with public and private-sector employment opportunities, the Associate Dean for Careers has responsibilities that include but are not limited to:

Strategic Planning and Analysis

* Conduct analysis of career offices to ensure each team has the resources needed to serve student populations, in line with the distinct staffing needs of each office.
* Conduct long-range planning for career offices, including SWOT analysis, growth projections, anticipated needs, and succession planning.
* Work with Assistant Deans of career offices to evaluate current metrics systems demonstrating student interaction with career departments; analyze results, including productivity, volume, and outcomes. Use information to create short-and long-term priorities for each department.
* Work with Assistant Deans of career offices to develop strategy to evaluate and provide ongoing information to students, faculty and staff regarding careers and careers placement, including data and objectives. Assist Assistant Deans in measuring the needs of their constituencies.
* Work with the Chief of Staff of the Law Center to ensure that the short- and longer-term priorities and programs of the career offices are aligned with the Dean's short- and longer-term priorities.
* Conduct big-picture equity analysis of career services at the Law Center and support Assistant Deans in doing the same within each office. This includes addressing equity in career office hiring, staffing and promoting processes; employer recruitment and hiring processes; and delivery of services to students.
* Ensure that Law Center leaders understand implications of their actions, decisions, and strategy on student employment outcomes. Intervene when needed.

Internal and External Reporting

* In conjunction with the Assistant Deans of OCS and OPICS, create and present a comprehensive annual JD employment report to the Dean and other Associate Deans in April of each year.
* In conjunction with the Assistant Dean of OGC, create and present an annual program-by-program LLM employment report to the Dean and Associate Dean for International and Graduate Programs in December of each year.
* Oversee annual reporting of employment data to the ABA, U.S. News and World Report, and other reporting entities.
* Serve as point person for employment data on Law Center's U.S. News and World Report and ABA SWOT team.
* Identify and lead external advocacy efforts with U.S. News and World Report, ABA, and other reporting entities.
* As needed, present data for all three offices within and outside the Law Center and field questions about data.
* As needed, speak with journalists regarding career issues, representing the three offices and the Law Center.

Management and Supervision

* Directly manage the Assistant Dean for Career Strategy, the Assistant Dean for Public Interest and Community Service, and the Assistant Dean for Graduate Careers.
* Help identify areas for inter-office collaboration, synergies, efficiencies, coordination, and innovation. Move initiatives forward.
* Ensure that initiatives reflect the unique contributions of each of the three career offices, differences in opportunities developed and populations served, and distinct contributions to the Law Center's overall mission.
* Provide high-level support to career offices as needed, especially as related to investment direction; difficult student, employer, or staff problems; and any appeals of decisions made by office leaders.
* Work with Assistant Deans continuously to implement equity plans in recruiting, staff development, and student services.
* Help office leaders assess when to engage the Dean in their programs (i.e., to give opening remarks) and, where it is not possible or appropriate to engage the Dean, serve as the Dean's representative as appropriate.
* Communicate with General Counsel of the University on behalf of three departments regarding meta-issues, such as FERPA and reports of discrimination by employers.
* Collaborate with the academic Associate Deans and the Dean of Students as appropriate to maximize success for all students in the job market.
* Collaborate with the Associate Dean of the Office of Graduate Programs as appropriate to maximize career services to LL.M. and other graduate students.
* Evaluate and report regularly on career-related program expenditures for OCS, OPICS and OGC, including staffing and operations. Make recommendations to the Dean on long-term and medium-term budgetary priorities across the three career offices.
* In conjunction with the Assistant Deans of each office, create annual budget priorities.

Job Development Outreach

* In cooperation with the other Associate Deans, develop and execute a plan for faculty support for career-related objectives. Engage faculty in the work of the careers departments to maximize opportunities for students.
* Work with the Office of Development to help create funding for postgraduate and summer fellowships and other student career support programs.
* Collaborate with the Alumni Office to help develop new career and pro bono opportunities for our students and alumni.
* Support the outreach efforts of all three offices by meeting with employers, alumni and faculty when needed.
* Present to Law Center and University boards on the career offices' activities and initiatives, and build relationships to aid in job and externship creation.
* Promote both traditional legal and non-traditional career opportunities.

Bar Task Force Leadership

* Serve as head of the Bar Task Force, coordinating representatives from different offices across the Law Center that work with students regarding bar exam issues and information. In collaboration with the Bar Task Force, develop initiatives to support bar passage.
* Advocate externally to bar licensing jurisdictions in support of students and new graduates as bar admission and bar exam issues emerge.
* Identify bar-related issues that students and new graduates may not be aware of and work with members of the Bar Task Force to communicate information to students and new graduates.

Qualifications

* Juris Doctor
* Significant experience (10 years+) in career services, including directing a career service office and working with a variety of student populations
* Experience in employer outreach, budget creation and analysis, and long-range planning. Demonstrated experience in job creation for students in the public and private sectors
* Excellent oral and written communication skills
* Strong knowledge of ABA's rules governing employment data
* Strong interpersonal skills to work effectively with diverse groups of students, staff, alumni, employers, faculty, administrators, and other members of the legal community

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Georgetown University offers a wide variety of comprehensive and competitive benefits. Benefits packages include comprehensive health, dental and vision plans, disability and life insurance coverage, retirement savings programs, tuition assistance, voluntary insurance options (including group legal, accident, and critical illness), and much more. Whatever your need, the Office of Faculty and Staff Benefits will be standing by to support you. You can learn more about the benefits offered to eligible faculty and staff at https://benefits.georgetown.edu or view the online interactive benefits guide for more information.
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30d ago

Associate Dean for Careers - Georgetown University Law Center

Georgetown Univerisity
Washington, DC
Located in a historic neighborhood in the nation's capital, Georgetown offers rigorous academic programs, a global perspective, exciting ways to take advantage of Washington, D.C., and a commitment to social justice. Our community is a tight knit group of remarkable individuals interested in intellectual inquiry and making a difference in the world.
Requirements

Associate Dean for Careers - Georgetown University Law Center

The Associate Dean for Careers provides the strategic vision for and oversight of the three Georgetown Law career offices that support nearly 2700 Law Students [and alumni] in securing post-graduate employment:

+ Office of Career Strategy (OCS, focused on private sector opportunities for JD students)

+ Office of Public Interest and Community Service (OPICS, focused on public and non-profit sector opportunities for JD students)

+ Office of Graduate Careers (OGC, focused on all career opportunities for LLM students)

The Associate Dean for Careers works to maximize the employment opportunities for and placement of law students in jobs, while assisting each office in strengthening diversity, equity and inclusion; professional development; and career planning initiatives; and oversees annual reporting of employment data collection and leads external advocacy efforts with ABA, US News & World Report, and other reporting entities.

Reporting directly to the Dean and Executive Vice President, and directly supervising 3 Assistant Deans in designing strategies and programs that connect law students with public and private-sector employment opportunities, the Associate Dean for Careers has responsibilities that include but are not limited to:

Strategic Planning and Analysis

+ Conduct analysis of career offices to ensure each team has the resources needed to serve student populations, in line with the distinct staffing needs of each office.

+ Conduct long-range planning for career offices, including SWOT analysis, growth projections, anticipated needs, and succession planning.

+ Work with Assistant Deans of career offices to evaluate current metrics systems demonstrating student interaction with career departments; analyze results, including productivity, volume, and outcomes. Use information to create short-and long-term priorities for each department.

+ Work with Assistant Deans of career offices to develop strategy to evaluate and provide ongoing information to students, faculty and staff regarding careers and careers placement, including data and objectives. Assist Assistant Deans in measuring the needs of their constituencies.

+ Work with the Chief of Staff of the Law Center to ensure that the short- and longer-term priorities and programs of the career offices are aligned with the Dean's short- and longer-term priorities.

+ Conduct big-picture equity analysis of career services at the Law Center and support Assistant Deans in doing the same within each office. This includes addressing equity in career office hiring, staffing and promoting processes; employer recruitment and hiring processes; and delivery of services to students.

+ Ensure that Law Center leaders understand implications of their actions, decisions, and strategy on student employment outcomes. Intervene when needed.

Internal and External Reporting

+ In conjunction with the Assistant Deans of OCS and OPICS, create and present a comprehensive annual JD employment report to the Dean and other Associate Deans in April of each year.

+ In conjunction with the Assistant Dean of OGC, create and present an annual program-by-program LLM employment report to the Dean and Associate Dean for International and Graduate Programs in December of each year.

+ Oversee annual reporting of employment data to the ABA, U.S. News and World Report, and other reporting entities.

+ Serve as point person for employment data on Law Center's U.S. News and World Report and ABA SWOT team.

+ Identify and lead external advocacy efforts with U.S. News and World Report, ABA, and other reporting entities.

+ As needed, present data for all three offices within and outside the Law Center and field questions about data.

+ As needed, speak with journalists regarding career issues, representing the three offices and the Law Center.

Management and Supervision

+ Directly manage the Assistant Dean for Career Strategy, the Assistant Dean for Public Interest and Community Service, and the Assistant Dean for Graduate Careers.

+ Help identify areas for inter-office collaboration, synergies, efficiencies, coordination, and innovation. Move initiatives forward.

+ Ensure that initiatives reflect the unique contributions of each of the three career offices, differences in opportunities developed and populations served, and distinct contributions to the Law Center's overall mission.

+ Provide high-level support to career offices as needed, especially as related to investment direction; difficult student, employer, or staff problems; and any appeals of decisions made by office leaders.

+ Work with Assistant Deans continuously to implement equity plans in recruiting, staff development, and student services.

+ Help office leaders assess when to engage the Dean in their programs (i.e., to give opening remarks) and, where it is not possible or appropriate to engage the Dean, serve as the Dean's representative as appropriate.

+ Communicate with General Counsel of the University on behalf of three departments regarding meta-issues, such as FERPA and reports of discrimination by employers.

+ Collaborate with the academic Associate Deans and the Dean of Students as appropriate to maximize success for all students in the job market.

+ Collaborate with the Associate Dean of the Office of Graduate Programs as appropriate to maximize career services to LL.M. and other graduate students.

+ Evaluate and report regularly on career-related program expenditures for OCS, OPICS and OGC, including staffing and operations. Make recommendations to the Dean on long-term and medium-term budgetary priorities across the three career offices.

+ In conjunction with the Assistant Deans of each office, create annual budget priorities.

Job Development Outreach

+ In cooperation with the other Associate Deans, develop and execute a plan for faculty support for career-related objectives. Engage faculty in the work of the careers departments to maximize opportunities for students.

+ Work with the Office of Development to help create funding for postgraduate and summer fellowships and other student career support programs.

+ Collaborate with the Alumni Office to help develop new career and pro bono opportunities for our students and alumni.

+ Support the outreach efforts of all three offices by meeting with employers, alumni and faculty when needed.

+ Present to Law Center and University boards on the career offices' activities and initiatives, and build relationships to aid in job and externship creation.

+ Promote both traditional legal and non-traditional career opportunities.

Bar Task Force Leadership

+ Serve as head of the Bar Task Force, coordinating representatives from different offices across the Law Center that work with students regarding bar exam issues and information. In collaboration with the Bar Task Force, develop initiatives to support bar passage.

+ Advocate externally to bar licensing jurisdictions in support of students and new graduates as bar admission and bar exam issues emerge.

+ Identify bar-related issues that students and new graduates may not be aware of and work with members of the Bar Task Force to communicate information to students and new graduates.

Qualifications

+ Juris Doctor

+ Significant experience (10 years+) in career services, including directing a career service office and working with a variety of student populations

+ Experience in employer outreach, budget creation and analysis, and long-range planning. Demonstrated experience in job creation for students in the public and private sectors

+ Excellent oral and written communication skills

+ Strong knowledge of ABA's rules governing employment data

+ Strong interpersonal skills to work effectively with diverse groups of students, staff, alumni, employers, faculty, administrators, and other members of the legal community

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Benefits:

Georgetown University offers a wide variety of comprehensive and competitive benefits. Benefits packages include comprehensive health, dental and vision plans, disability and life insurance coverage, retirement savings programs, tuition assistance, voluntary insurance options (including group legal, accident, and critical illness), and much more. Whatever your need, the Office of Faculty and Staff Benefits will be standing by to support you. You can learn more about the benefits offered to eligible faculty and staff at https://benefits.georgetown.edu or view the online interactive benefits guide (https://s3.amazonaws.com/georgetown/2019/2019-Benefits-Guide/index.html) for more information.

Georgetown University is one of the world's leading academic and research institutions , offering a unique educational experience that prepares the next generation of global citizens to lead and make a difference in the world. We are a vibrant community of exceptional students, faculty, alumni and professionals dedicated to real-world applications of our research, scholarship, faith and service.

Established in 1789, Georgetown is the nation's oldest Catholic and Jesuit University . Drawing upon the 450-year-old legacy of Jesuit education , we provide students with a world-class learning experience focused on educating the whole person through exposure to different faiths, cultures and beliefs. Students are challenged to engage in the world and become men and women in the service of others, especially the most vulnerable and disadvantaged members of the community.

These values are at the core of Georgetown's identity, binding members of the community across diverse backgrounds.
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Student Trainee (Associate FCA Examiner)

Us Government Other Agencies and Independent Organizations
McLean, VA
This position is located in the Farm Credit Administration (FCA), Office of Examination, Staff Development Division. The Staff Development Division develops and prepares Associate FCA Bank Examiners to successfully evaluate an institution's financial and lending operations, management, information technology, and compliance with federal regulations.
Learn more about this agency

Responsibilities

As a Student Trainee (Associate FCA Bank Examiner), you will be responsible for gaining hands-on experience in financial institution examination work. Candidates selected to participate as an Associate FCA Examiner (Intern) will receive on-the-job exposure to credit examination of a financial institution, participate in a comprehensive group project evaluating select institutions' risk exposure in an operations area, and interact with co-workers and Farm Credit System personnel. Interns will:

* Learn about the Farm Credit System institutions and the Farm Credit Administration through a credit examination, a compliance review, and a group analytical project;
* Gain knowledge of the five credit factors (character, capital, capacity, collateral, and condition), their interrelationships and relative importance through formal training and on-the-job training of loan files;
* Learn effective verbal and written communication skills and practice active listening and reading comprehension by interacting with System personnel and agency staff;
* Expand their exposure to working professionally in a team environment; and
* Learn time management skills and how to organize tasks to ensure timely and accurate completion of work products.

Travel Required

50% or less - You may be expected to travel for this position.

Supervisory status

No

Promotion Potential

39

* Job family (Series)

0599 Financial Management Student Trainee

* Requirements

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Requirements

Conditions of Employment

* Must be a U.S. citizen.
* Suitability for Federal employment, as determined by a background investigation.
* Males born after 12-31-59 must be registered for Selective Service.
* Must be at least 16 years of age.
* Must be able to work full-time during summer break.
* You may be required to travel up to 20 nights (4 weeks) over the summer.
* Must possess or be able to obtain a valid Driver's License prior to employment , due to frequent travel to remote locations.
* Complete the initial online assessment and USAHire Assessment, if required

Qualifications

As a Pathways Intern, you must meet and comply with PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS:

* Maintain your enrollment on at least a half-time basis at qualifying educational institution. Half-time is typically 6 semester hours for undergraduate and 3 semester hours for graduate students but may be defined differently by your educational institution;
* Provide course registration information at the start of each school term and verification of academic status (transcript) at the end of each academic term;
* Meet and maintain the required GPA;
* Sign a Pathways Internship agreement that sets forth the expectations for the internship upon entry on duty;
* Have the ability to work a full-time schedule (40 hours/week) during your summer break from school; and
* Be available for occasional weekday travel away from your duty location. Failure to meet or maintain qualifications or program requirements or failure to provide required documentation will result in termination of your appointment.

You may be non-competitively converted to a term, career-conditional or career appointment, within 120 days following successful completion of all of your educational and work experience requirements in accordance with 5 CFR 362.204, at the discretion of the Agency. Conversion is not automatic nor guaranteed. If you meet program requirements and are approved for conversion, you will be appointed at the grade level for which you are qualified to an Associate FCA Examiner position, which has promotion potential to the VH-39 (GS-13) band level.

In addition, you must meet STUDENT STATUS REQUIREMENTS to be eligible for this internship opportunity. You must:

* Be enrolled as a student in an accredited 4-year college/university Bachelor's or Master's degree program on at least a half-time basis;
* Have substantially completed 3 academic years of progressive, higher level education, i.e., be a current college junior or higher. Three full academic years of undergraduate or graduate education is the number of credit hours determined by your college/university to represent three years of full-time study;
* Provide proof that you have completed your third academic year of higher level education by submitting an official transcript at the end of your school's 2022 spring term
* Have and maintain a cumulative grade point average (GPA) of at least 2.95 on a 4.0 point scale. If your school uses an alternate grading system, you must submit proof and explanation of the grading system with your application or you will not be considered for this position;
* Have a planned graduation date not earlier than August 2022 and no later than June 2023; and
* Be in good academic standing (e.g., not on academic probation).

Candidates meeting the minimum qualifications requirements will be required to provide an original writing sample as an additional part of the qualification evaluation process. If the writing sample is deemed inadequate based on the evaluation of the writing sample by a subject matter expert, applicants will not be referred to the hiring official for employment consideration. A member of the Human Resources Division will contact eligible candidates and provide further instructions about the writing sample after the announcement closes.

If you graduate before August 2022 you are not eligible for this Pathways Internship unless you are pursuing further education and provide proof of enrollment or acceptance into a degree or certificate seeking program with your application. If you aren't planning to pursue further education at this time, you may qualify for a permanent position under the Pathways Recent Graduates program. Please see vacancy

VA-22-0101-RG-VD announcement for requirements.

Education

In addition, you must meet EDUCATIONAL REQUIREMENTS to qualify for this internship. Your undergraduate or graduate-level education must be in one of the following major fields of study:

* Accounting
* Banking
* Business Administration
* Commercial or Banking Law
* Economics
* Finance
* Marketing
* Other areas of major study directly related to the work of the internship position such as Agricultural Business, Agricultural Finance, or Agricultural Economics

You MUST submit copies of your transcript(s) that include: your name, the name of the educational institution, course titles, number of semester/quarter hours, cumulative GPA, grade(s) earned and degree(s) awarded. Unless otherwise stated: (1) official or unofficial transcripts are acceptable at the time of application, or (2) you may submit a list with all of your courses, grades, semester, year, and credit for the course. Educational institutions must be accredited by one of the accrediting agencies or associations recognized by the U.S. Department of Education.

Pass/Fail Courses: If more than 10 percent of your undergraduate course work (credit hours) were taken on a pass/fail basis, your claim of superior academic achievement must be based upon class standing or membership in an honor society.

Graduate Education: One academic year of graduate education is considered to be the number of credits hours your graduate school has determined to represent one academic year of full-time study. Such study may have been performed on a full-time or part-time basis. If you cannot obtain your graduate school's definition of one year of graduate study, 18 semester hours (or 27 quarter hours) should be considered as satisfying the requirement for one year of full-time graduate study.

Foreign Education: If you are using education completed in foreign colleges or universities to meet the qualification requirements, you must show the education credentials have been evaluated by a private organization that specializes in interpretation of foreign education programs and such education has been deemed equivalent to that gained in an accredited U.S. education program; or full credit has been given for the courses at a U.S. accredited college or university.

BAND/GRADE LEVEL:

In addition to meeting the Student Status and Educational Requirements you qualify at the VH-32 (GS-5 equivalent) band level if you have completed 1) at least 2 full academic years of post-high school study or 2) an associate's degree.

You must meet all eligibility and qualification requirements and submit all required supporting documentation by the closing date of this announcement.
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Associate Dean of Academic Affairs

George Washington University
Washington, DC
Established in 1865, the George Washington University Law School is the oldest law school in the nation's capital and one of the most prestigious law schools in the country. The Law School is accredited by the American Bar Association and is a charter member of the Association of American Law Schools. GW Law is located on the GW campus in the downtown DC neighborhood familiarly known as Foggy Bottom.
45d ago

Dean of Behavioral and Social Sciences

Colorado Christian University
Remote or Lakewood, CO

About the Job

The Dean of Behavioral and Social Sciences or the College of Adult and Graduate Studies (CAGS) is a full-time, remote position with an expectation to attend various meetings on campus throughout the year. The Dean of Behavioral and Social Sciences provides spiritual, academic and administrative leadership for undergraduate and graduate programs, staff, faculty and students in the School of Behavioral and Social Sciences of the College of Adult and Graduate Studies. The Dean maintains faculty status and must possess an earned terminal degree from a regionally accredited university.

About CCU

Colorado Christian University is the premier interdenominational Christian university in Colorado and the Rocky Mountain region, delivering world class education to thousands of students. The fully accredited, nonprofit University is located in Lakewood, Colorado, a suburb of Denver.

Colorado Christian University was founded in 1914 on two principles - grace and truth. CCU's scriptural foundation comes from John 1:17: For the law was given through Moses; grace and truth came through Jesus Christ. (ESV)

CCU's mission is Christ-centered higher education transforming students to impact the world with grace and truth.

A leader in higher education, the University has been consistently ranked in the top 2 percent of colleges and universities nationwide for its core curriculum by the American Council of Trustees and Alumni. CCU has had nine consecutive years of enrollment growth and has been named one of the five fastest-growing master's granting universities by The Chronicle of Higher Education.

CCU offers more than 100 degree program options for traditional and adult students through its College of Undergraduate Studies and College of Adult and Graduate Studies. More than 8,000 students attend the University on the main campus, in regional centers throughout Colorado, and online.

Scripture states all Christians are called to serve Christ and to minister to others. Because Christians are individuals with different gifts and callings, we serve Christ in a variety of ministry vocations. CCU invites you to explore how you may use your calling and gifts at the University.

What is most appealing about working at CCU?

  • Faith-friendly: CCU's culture is unique to higher education. Where else can you pursue academic excellence yet read the Holy Bible, pray with teammates and students at work, and work to impact our culture in support of Christian values?
  • Convictionally Christian: As a university, we have an enduring commitment to Christ, his kingdom, and the truth of God's Word.
  • Live out your calling: We are a traditional evangelical university where you can invest your God-given talents and abilities alongside coworkers and teammates while having a profound influence on students as they deepen their relationship with Jesus Christ.
  • Equip students for kingdom work: You can be a part of helping students discover their callings and preparing them for positions of significant leadership in the church, business, government, education, and other professions, as a key part of our University's Strategic Priorities.
  • We're looking for candidates who have:

  • A terminal degree in a related field of Behavioral Sciences, Social Sciences, or Higher Education from a regionally accredited college/university.
  • Five years of experience in a proven leadership position as a dean/director/department chair in higher education. Seven plus (7+) years is preferred.
  • Five or more years' experience in teaching or administration in undergraduate and graduate programs that center on adult learners, both in an in-seat and an online environment.
  • Experience using digital education platforms and implementing online instructional strategies.
  • Demonstrated superior oral, interpersonal and written communication skills, including the ability to communicate with students and potential students, the university community, ministry partners, corporate partners, and general audiences.
  • A polished, professional demeanor is required for this position as the Dean will regularly interact with students, faculty, staff, and external partners.
  • Ability to learn new learning systems and use current systems, including Microsoft Office: Excel, Word, PowerPoint, Outlook, etc.
  • Strong people skills. Must be able to work with and motivate faculty and staff members with varied personalities and backgrounds.
  • Demonstrated commitment to Christian academic quality and standards.
  • A desire to be servant-minded and a hard-working individual who understands Christian worldviews and can integrate faith and learning with a passion for Christian education.
  • Key Job Duties:

  • Contribute to CCU's mission: Christ-centered higher education transforming students to impact the world with grace and truth. The dean of the School of Behavioral and Social Sciences contributes to the University's mission by providing leadership in curriculum development, faculty development, assessment of student learning, and administrative responsibilities which enhance and advance exemplary academics, personal spiritual growth, and engagement with the world.
  • Maintain academic standards and performance for all current and future undergraduate and graduate programs, specializations, courses and certificates in the School of Behavioral and Social Sciences of CAGS.
  • Direct all degree programs and any future degree programs, specializations and certificates assigned to the School of Behavioral and Social Sciences.
  • Perform duties required within the academic discipline to obtain and/or maintain accreditation from the University's regional accrediting body and supplemental professional accreditation (i.e. CACREP) as assigned.
  • Direct curriculum development and assessment of all undergraduate and graduate programs, specializations, courses and certificates in the School of Behavioral and Social Sciences.
  • Demonstrate strong participatory servant leadership skills in the supervision of assigned staff and faculty.
  • Assist in recruiting students and advising undergraduate and graduate students for programs in the School of Behavioral and Social Sciences as directed.
  • Develop and administer academic programs, reports, business plans, and budgets associated with approved strategic plans.
  • Recruit and hire full-time, part-time, and affiliate faculty for the School of Behavioral and Social Sciences courses; evaluate all faculty and determine courses they are academically and professionally qualified to teach.
  • Initiate academic and business development relationships with educational institutions, ministries, businesses, agencies and organizations (public and private) to achieve the strategic goals of the University and CAGS.
  • Responsible for academic leadership, strategic thinking, and effective servant leadership that will achieve assigned CAGS goals for graduate and undergraduate programs in the CAGS School of Behavioral and Social Sciences.
  • Carry a teaching load of 3-9 credit hours per academic year as assigned by the VP of Academic Administration.
  • Other duties as assigned by the VP of Academic Administration related to the academic and service performance of the School of Behavioral and Social Sciences programs.
  • Work Environment:

    While performing the duties of this job, you may be required to walk, stand, sit, reach with hands and arms, balance, stoop, speak with clarity, and have appropriate vision and hearing capabilities. The employee must occasionally lift and/or move up to 25 pounds. Colorado Christian University expects all faculty and staff to become a part of the University community by participating in activities and events that occur on the campus throughout the year, which may occur during evenings and weekends.

    What we offer our employees:

    We offer competitive compensation and benefits packages to all employees. Our benefit package includes: a tuition waiver program, excellent healthcare, generous paid time off, matching 403(b) retirement plan, and additional organizational paid benefits and voluntary benefit offerings. Pay and benefits will be discussed in more detail as candidates progress through the interview process. The pay range for this job is: $96,000-$106,000. Pay is assigned by reviewing a combination of job-related factors that may include: internal/external pay equity, the salary structure/pay grade, or a candidate's qualifications/experience for the job. A wage range posted is not a guarantee of a specific wage and CCU reserves the right to make pay decisions based on economic and equity considerations. CCU does not determine pay based on sex or any other protected status.

    Spiritual Requirements

  • Committed follower of Jesus Christ, who believes there is no salvation apart from faith in his atonement on the cross, by grace alone becoming "born again" thus beginning a personal relationship with Christ, the Son of God.
  • Able to effectively communicate personal faith and apply biblical principles and convictions in the workplace. Must have a strong sense of calling to the ministry of Colorado Christian University.
  • Regularly attend and be engaged in meaningful involvement in a Bible-believing evangelical local church. Knowledgeable about the Word of God and passionate about Christian education.
  • Must be a traditional evangelical Christian whose lifestyle is in consonance with sound Christian principles, is compatible with CCU's Statement of Faith, and is in agreement with the Strategic Priorities promulgated by the University.
  • Review of applications will continue until the position is filled. Colorado Christian University does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, ethnicity, ancestry, sex, age, physical or mental disability, military or veteran status. CCU is committed to an environment free from discrimination and harassment and calls on every member of the university community to be vigilant in deterring and reporting all violations. CCU does reserve the right to exercise preference on the basis of religion in all of its employment practices. All employees who work at CCU must demonstrate a spiritual testimony consistent with our evangelical mission and follow our lifestyle expectations.
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    Based on recent jobs postings on Zippia, the average salary in the U.S. for a Dean is $98,486 per year or $47 per hour. The highest paying Dean jobs have a salary over $250,000 per year while the lowest paying Dean jobs pay $38,000 per year

    Average Dean Salary
    $98,000 yearly
    $47 hourly
    Updated October 20, 2021
    38000
    10 %
    98000
    Median
    250000
    90 %

    Highest Paying Cities For Dean

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    New York, NY
    $128,609
    $61.83
    Oakland, CA
    $123,299
    $59.28
    Piscataway, NJ
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