Back to Dash-Board.com Please register or log in.
  • (6 pages)
  • first
  • prev
  • 1
  • 2
  • 3
  • 4
  • 5
  • next
  • last
Full Time jobs in this category Notify me when new ads are submitted in this category
  Title Picture
add to favorites Project Specialist
No Picture
Salary Range: $20.00-28.00 per hour

The University of Southern California (USC), founded in 1880, is located in the heart of downtown L.A. and is the largest private employer in the City of Los Angeles. As an employee of USC, you will be a part of a world-class research university and a member of the "Trojan Family," which is comprised of the faculty, students and staff that make the university what it is.

The USC School of Social Work's Center for Research and Innovation on Veterans and Military Families works jointly with the USC-affiliated Army research center and the Institute for Creative Technologies. The Center's mission is to advance the individual, group and community well-being of American veterans and military families through value-driven education, training, research, partnerships and leadership. The Center draws upon the school's nationally ranked research and teaching faculty to deliver both a classroom and online education and training for mental health professional to better serve military personnel, veterans and their families.

The Project Specialist assists a principal investigator in the design and implementation of research projects to assist veterans and their families in transitioning from combat to civilian life.

The University of Southern California is an Equal Opportunity Employer that values Diversity.

For further information and to apply to this job visit the following link: https://jobs.usc.edu
add to favorites Director of Production
No Picture
Columbia University in the City of New York is seeking a Director of Production.

Reporting directly to the Director of Academic Administration, the Director of Production, and with a dotted line report to the Chair of the Theater Program, the incumbent is responsible for the supervision of the production operations for all shows and events produced and supported by the Theater Arts Program.

Duties include but are not limited to:

PRODUCTION MANAGEMENT
The Director is responsible for supervision and coordination of production and technical elements of all events produced by the Division; prepares and implements master production schedule of deadlines and producing goals for the Program's performance calendar; produces budget and labor analyses; provides creative solutions to production problems that are within the scope of budgetary, labor and schedule parameters; analyzes labor and equipment costs for all rental requests from internal and external users.

Maintains communication with artistic and production personnel regarding analysis of resources of shop labor and Riverside labor, and funding: schedules and attends production meetings as necessary to provide effective communication between artistic, administrative, and production staffs.

Advises incoming and continuing students on all aspects of their thesis productions, including rehearsal and technical procedures, publicity, sources of equipment rental, liability and security issues, budgets, and outside sources of funding.

Acts as primary liaison with Actor's Equity Association, including preparing and filing Showcase paperwork and insuring that all AEA rules and requirements are met for applicable productions.

Secures rights from theatrical publishing companies for department presentations.

Together with technical staff, advises faculty and students on technical feasibility of production/project proposals and provides technical advice and guidance for events on or off campus; secures spaces for on and off-site performance activities including Actors Showcases and the annual Playwriting Festival; negotiates directly with all organizations regarding costs; projects all costs associated with these events; monitors and reconciles all invoices and ticket income.

Hires, trains, makes performance evaluations and supervises 1 bargaining unit employee, one staff member, and 10-15 work study employees at 3 locations.

Acts as liaison with other Columbia offices and outside organizations including Security, Risk Management, Work Study, Dean's Office, Riverside Church, Actor's Equity Association, Materials for the Arts, and other offices as necessary.

FINANCIAL ADMINISTRATION:
Manages $250,000 annual production budget. Formulates and submits a yearly budget to the Director of Academic Administration that includes the supplies, materials and equipment necessary for the operation of the technical areas and the Program's physical plants; maintains detailed records of production area's expenses; maintain fiscal control over the technical aspects of the production events within approved budgetary allocations; provide strong and creative fiscal management of both shop and event budgets; tracks budgets on a monthly basis; distributes and reconciles department petty cash, reimbursements and payment for outside consultants.

Other duties as assigned

For further information and to apply to this job visit the following link: https://jobs.columbia.edu
add to favorites Senior Project Manager
No Picture
The University of Houston in Texas, Houston is currently seeking applications for a Senior Project Manager.

Hiring Range 4,985.07 - 6,479.20

Coordinates and manages renovations capital projects for the College of Engineering in accordance with established policies and procedures.

Job Duties:

1. Supervises the activities of subordinates including outside consultants.

2. Prepares requests for proposal for outside consultants; reviews bids, conducts consultant selection process and makes recommendation for award of contract.

3. Assists project managers with the technical areas of their projects, program preparation and presentation, and the policies and procedures of the University.

4. Manages project activities; assigns tasks and provides guidance to personnel responsible for specific functions or phases of the project.

5. Oversees assigned projects to ensure that implementation and prescribed activities are carried out in accordance with specified objectives.

6. Monitors project costs and schedule to ensure that the project does not exceed the approved budget and stays within prescribed timeline.

7. Reviews the work of consultant(s) to ensure that University standards and contractual requirements are being met.

8. Confers with faculty and staff to explain project and individual responsibilities for functions and phases of the project.

9. Performs other duties as required.

For further information and to apply to this job visit the following link: https://jobs.uh.edu
add to favorites Special Asst To Vice-President
No Picture
Ohio State University in Columbus, Ohio is currently seeking applications for a Special Asst To Vice-President.

Target Salary $79,000 - $89,000 Annually

Working with a high degree of autonomy serves as Special Assistant to the Senior Vice President for Administration & Planning, assisting with daily operations and management functions; leads and works on special projects; represents Administration & Planning and serves as liaison between the Senior Vice President and various levels of university leaders, faculty, staff, and students, conveying information of a sensitive nature while maintaining confidentiality and exercising judgment; participates in the university?s integrated physical and capital planning efforts; collaborates with A&P unit leaders and coordinates projects that span multiple A&P units including Physical Planning and Real Estate, Facilities Operations and Development, Transportation and Parking, Public Safety, UniPrint, and Campus Partners; manages preparations for a Board of Trustees committee; researches information and provides guidance and advice to the Senior Vice President on pertinent issues; plans, organizes, attends and sometimes leads senior team staff meetings; develops and implements administrative policies and procedures; works with A&P administration to develop, summarize and/or review pro formas and budgets; coordinates A&P strategic planning and helps develop metrics; reviews and summarizes documents for the Senior Vice President; assesses concerns or problems directed to the Senior Vice President?s office, determines course of action, and delegates to appropriate person to manage; participates in and supports major university initiatives.

Posting End Date 01/08/2012

For further information and to apply to this job visit the following link: http://jobs.osu.edu/
add to favorites Chief Financial Officer
No Picture
The Chief Financial Officer will oversee administration, budget, finance, marketing, policy development and strategic planning.

The University of Southern California is an Equal Opportunity Employer that values Diversity.

For further information and to apply to this job visit the following link: https://jobs.usc.edu
add to favorites Executive Director, Telehealth Clinic
No Picture
Salary Range: $150,000-180,000 annual

Will function as the start-up development manager, creating the plans, coordinating the resources, and running operations during the initial pilot; and then directly managing the entity, supervising its staff and operations, developing and meeting its financial goals, and collaborating with other parts of the USC community.

The University of Southern California is an Equal Opportunity Employer that values Diversity.

For further information and to apply to this job visit the following link: https://jobs.usc.edu
add to favorites Senior Operations Manager
No Picture
Columbia University in the City of New York is seeking a Senior Operations Manager.

Reporting to the Chief of Staff to the Office of the Director, who also serves as the Director of the Center for Global Health and Economic Development (CGHED) and the Director of Strategic Programs for the Earth Institute, the Senior Operations Manager has overall managerial responsibility for the administrative and operational functions of the Office of the Director.

Serving as the single point of contact for operational issues, the Senior Operations Manager collaborates with the Executive Director and the Director of Finance & Administration on the development and management of the budget and related financial matters as well as oversight and management of grant and gift accounts for the Director's Office. S/he is responsible for execution of legal agreements and contracts on behalf of the Director's office. S/he will supervise and mentor staff and work closely with the Director of Human Resources on all personnel related issues including staffing, performance management, and re-structuring. The incumbent also ensures that all IT, space and workplace facilities are properly maintained and plans for the evolving needs of the Office. The incumbent, in coordination with the Earth Institute Executive Director manages the Director's Office relations with other units of the Earth Institute and the University.

Working in close partnership with the Chief of Staff to the Office of the Director, the Senior Operations Manager will be responsible for coordination of administration of EI Projects involving external partners to ensure implementation of and compliance with all domestic and international agendas, agreements and legal documents. The incumbent is responsible for coordination between the Director's Office and EI's international Centers, including the Columbia Global Centers.

In addition, the Senior Operations Manager represents the Chief of Staff to the Office of the Director and will be a member of the senior management team and serves on key EI committees. S/he will carry out all other duties and responsibilities appropriate to the position, as assigned by the Chief of Staff.


For further information and to apply to this job visit the following link: https://jobs.columbia.edu
add to favorites Business Coordinator I
No Picture
Texas A&M University in College Station, Texas is seeking a Business Coordinator I.

Manages, reviews, and approves the reconciliation of multiple TAMU and TEES accounts; assists with the administration of contracts and grants, including the preparation of budgets for review by PI; coordinates accounts payables for department's contract and grant research accounts; proposes solutions to complex financial problems for the unit; assists with the preparation of monthly and annual financial reports for Business Administrator; coordinates routine fiscal activities for unit and assists Business Administrator with other finance related duties as needed; coordinates and supervises transactions on department purchasing and travel credit cards (Pathway Net); monitors and supervises transactions of checks and other payments (I-Payments); reconciles accounts receivable activities; supervises and monitors all transactions in departmental accounting system and monitors and reports on unit budget activities; assists with problem resolution on fiscal matters. May coordinate payroll function for GERG. Supervises the process of bi-weekly payroll documents (TimeTraq); coordinates the preparation of new employee and personnel documents and assists with entering relevant information using the Canopy system (EPA); coordinates compiling of personnel and related documents for international employees and visiting scholars; prepares and processes notice of vacancies and position descriptions; supervises the maintenance of personnel and payroll files; serves as a departmental liaison with FMO and Human Resources. Enters, monitors, and redistributes scholarship, tuition, assistantships payment and activities; maintains full list of awards. Trains staff on new and existing business procedures; reviews staff workloads; recommends work priorities, assigns duties, monitors work progress. Participates in the hiring and training of subordinate business classified staff and student workers and provides direct or delegated supervision; will participate in the annual evaluation process for subordinates; serves as primary resource to departmental personnel regarding current system and university rules and regulations. Other duties as required.

For further information and to apply to this job visit the following link:
https://tamujobs.tamu.edu
add to favorites Assistant Director, The Eugene Lang Entrepreneurship Center
No Picture
Columbia University in the City of New York is seeking an Assistant Director, The Eugene Lang Entrepreneurship Center.

Working closely with the Associate Director of the Business School's Entrepreneurship Program, the incumbent is responsible for annually developing and overseeing the efficient execution of the Eugene Lang Entrepreneurial Initiative Fund and Columbia Business School's programming for students, alumni and community partners including all associated special events, competitions, mentor panels and student information sessions. The Assistant Director will also administratively support the Center's Faculty Director in a one-third time capacity.

1. Develops and implements strategy for the growth of the Entrepreneurship Program in conjunction with the Associate Director and Administrative Director.
2. Leads the communications, logistical planning and execution for Columbia Business School's participation in the Global Social Venture Competition including the mentor program and the regional semifinal events. Key tasks include identifying and securing potential mentors, judges and panelists for GSVC events as well as overseeing and coordinating student involvement in the process. Manages the budget for the GSVC Competition reporting to the Associate Director.
3. Leads the communications, logistical planning and execution of the Lang Fund Venture Fair, Spring Venture Showcase and Spring Board Meeting which includes identifying and securing potential judges, managing invitations, venue setup and logistics; overseeing and coordinating student involvement in the process. Manages the budget for Lang Fund process events reporting to the Associate Director.
4. Leads the communications, logistical planning and execution of the Columbia Community Business Program which includes recruiting and admitting participants, planning meetings and securing faculty members, leading all follow up communications with participants and collaborating with program facilitator.
5. Leads the development and execution of the Summer New Venture Track program for students interested in growing or launching their businesses over the summer months. Includes promoting, interviewing and selecting candidates, planning sessions with program facilitator and managing all communications and programmatic needs.
6. Manage and coordinate activities associated with the School's involvement in the Goldman Sachs 10,000 Women Initiative.
7. Responsible for reporting on the results of the Lang Fund process, Columbia Business School's participation in GSVC, alumni programs, and student programs for the Center's annual report and any relevant sponsors and donors.
8. Provides administrative support to the Lang Center's Faculty Director. Key tasks include calendar management, booking travel, assisting with research needs and attending key meetings.

For further information and to apply to this job visit the following link: https://jobs.columbia.edu
add to favorites Training Manager
No Picture
Wayne State University in Detroit, Michigan is seeking a Training Manager.

WSU Physician Group is a growing multispecialty group is looking for a Training Manager.

An ideal candidate will be responsible for the development and implementation of training/learning strategies for the organization. Will manage the development of all training materials and provide oversight of other training staff.

For further information and to apply to this job visit the following link:
http://www.wsupgdocs.org/careers
add to favorites Manager of Financial Operations
No Picture
Georgetown University in Washington DC is seeking applications for a Manager of Financial Operations.

The School of Continuing Studies (SCS) is accepting applications for the position of Manager of Financial Operations. This position has primary responsibility for overseeing the daily operations of the School’s finance department. Reporting to the Associate Dean for Finance and Administration and with the support of the School’s Financial Assistant, the Manager of Financial Operation’s responsibilities include:

Responsibilities

Processing a high volume of contracts with the School’s vendors, independent contractors, and consultants, including reviewing bids and statements of work, coordinating with University Purchasing and Contracts and monitoring the contract process, and ensuring compliance with University contracting and procurement policies
Reconciliation of the School’s bank account for non-credit tuition payments, ensuring accuracy of cash postings, preparing journal vouchers as required, and playing a key role in maintaining the accuracy of accounts receivable and student accounts in the School’s non-credit registration system

Financial reporting and analysis, providing assistance to cost center managers in monitoring their budgets and understanding their cost center status reports (CSRs), and serving as a resource to all SCS staff on financial matters

Determining required journal vouchers for monthly and year-end financial closings

Assisting in implementing effective internal controls and ensuring compliance with University business and financial policies and procedures, especially processes related to contracts, purchasing, and procurement cards

Monitoring the day to day responsibilities of the Financial Assistant and managing work flow

Participate in the SCS Staff Cabinet meetings to keep staff apprised of changes in University financial policies

For further information and to apply to this job visit the following link: http://www.georgetown.edu/work-for-us/index.html
add to favorites Program Manager
No Picture
UC San Francisco in San Francisco, California is seeking a Program Manager.

This position will be manager for the Survivors International Program of the Trauma Recovery Center. Its purpose is to coordinate all activities related to outreach and advocacy, program design and evaluation, and fundraising for services to victims of torture. The position will also provide similar services to victims of Violent Crime for the TRC; will also perform other duties as assigned.

For further information and to apply to this job visit the following link: http://www.ucsfhr.ucsf.edu/careers/
add to favorites Director of Operations
No Picture
Georgetown University in Washington DC is seeking applications for a Director of Operations.

The Director of Operations, under the direction of the Associate Dean for Summer and Special Programs, performs in a leadership capacity for all Summer and Special Programs. The Director is responsible for working with campus partners to address the delivery, quality and prioritization of campus resources for all high school credit and non-credit programs, Summer School credit and non-credit programs, and partnership programs for high school, undergraduates and graduate students in the following divisions: housing, auxiliary services, student life, residence life, and the department of public safety. In addition to identifying, procuring and prioritizing resources for SCS programs campus wide, the Director is also responsible for developing more than 35 program budgets and supervising the implementation of program logistics by temporary seasonal staff and the fulltime Manager of Operations for Summer and Special Programs. This position requires a Bachelor’s Degree (preferably with some Master’s Degree work) and 3-5 years of significant program management experience in higher education, experience with housing, residence life, high school students and student life require. Knowledge of Banner and Talisma and Georgetown University policies and procedures is highly desirable. Proficiency in Microsoft Office suite programs is required. Project Management experience and skill set a plus.

For further information and to apply to this job visit the following link: http://www.georgetown.edu/work-for-us/index.html
add to favorites Executive Director, Construction Business Services
No Picture
Columbia University in the City of New York is seeking an Executive Director, Construction Business Services.

The Executive Director for Construction Business Services directs the day-to-day operations of the MWL mentorship program, helps to enhance the overall MWL efforts of the University including outreach to the MWL community, development of reports, and the management of special events. The Executive Director works with the Associate Vice President to oversee the MWL efforts of the construction projects at the University including the Manhattanville campus and reviews reports on workforce and contracting performance.

Working with the AVP for CBSC, the Executive Director will work with the different business units to provide up to date information on various vendors under consideration for bid lists at the University. He/She provides information to the other partners involved in the mentorship program and provides information to the Assoc VP to recruit, support and advise minority, women or locally-owned construction trades firms interested in either the mentorship program or in Columbia construction contracting opportunities. The Executive Director for CBS works with Small Business Services and the Columbia-Harlem Small Business Development Center to provide technical assistance for the vendors participating in the mentorship program.

The Executive Director for CBS assists MWL and majority vendors navigate the procurement registration process to become qualified to work with Columbia, works with CM and GC firms along with CUF Project Managers to identify potential MWL vendors for bids and to provide scope de-briefs following bids or completed projects.

The Executive Director for CBS is part of a small and important team within CUF. As such, the Executive Director must work within the team to accomplish the Construction Business Services and Communications objectives. The Executive Director assists the Associate VP in managing the end-to-end delivery of the unit's services to its clients, helps to manage client expectations, fields incoming inquiries and correspondence, and responds independently whenever possible, serves on committees or task forces as assigned by the Associate VP. He/She effectively communicates relevant project information to superiors, resolves and/or escalates issues in a timely fashion and communicates difficult/sensitive information tactfully. Under the direction of the Assoc VP, plans, manages and oversees the implementation of special events sponsored by the department. He/She coordinates events, and works effectively between CU Facilities, CU departments and community organizations. Performs other duties and special projects as assigned, assists all of CUF business units by serving as an internal consulting resource on internal and external communications and business services.

The Executive Director supports all communications, business and community relations initiatives for CUF while working closely with other senior staff members to ensure integration and consistent messaging with academic, administrative, residential and client service objectives. The Executive Director helps with the implementation of design and editorial guidelines and management of relations with communications and press entities external to the division. Efforts will focus on producing communications materials and marketing strategies that demonstrably improve both customer service and internal operating efficiency. The Executive Director will assist with the production of several printed publications, mailings for internal and external constituencies and Web site content.


For further information and to apply to this job visit the following link: https://jobs.columbia.edu
add to favorites Program Coordinator, Communications and Business Services
No Picture
Columbia University in the City of New York is seeking a Program Coordinator, Communications and Business Services.

THIS IS A 9 MONTH TEMPORARY POSITION
Reporting to the Associate VP of Communications and Business Services of Columbia University Facilities (CUF), the Program Coordinator will be responsible for organizing, maintaining, updating and improving the workflow of documents managed by the Construction Business Services and Communications. The Program Coordinator fields incoming inquiries and correspondence, and responds independently whenever possible. Additionally the Program Coordinator will help with the gathering of information, tracking and provide general administrative support on the governing documents (e.g. the Community Benefits Agreement and General Project Plan) related to the Manhattanville project.

The Program Coordinator supports all communications, business and community relations initiatives for CUF while working closely with other senior staff members to ensure integration and consistent messaging with academic, administrative, residential and client service objectives. The Program Coordinator will assists in the production of communications materials and marketing strategies that demonstrably improve both customer service and internal operating efficiency. The Program Coordinator will assist with the production of several printed publications, mailings for internal and external constituencies and development of Web site content. Performs other duties as assigned.


For further information and to apply to this job visit the following link: https://jobs.columbia.edu
add to favorites Director of Administration, The Eugene Lang Entrepreneurship Center
No Picture
Columbia University in the City of New York is seeking a Director of Administration, The Eugene Lang Entrepreneurship Center.

The incumbent leads strategic planning efforts, plans the overall research and programming agenda of the Eugene Lang Entrepreneurship Center, oversees the implementation and development of a wide range of academic, outreach, and administrative activities.

Responsibilities:
1. Working with the Entrepreneurship Center's Executive Director, leads strategic planning efforts and continuously benchmarks leading programs at relevant peer institutions and others with innovative programs. Sets strategic priorities and recommends changes to existing programs and the addition of new programs to maximize impact of the with the resources available.
2. Plans and determines the research and programming agenda including new curricula and research programs for the Business School, and conferences, workshops, seminars, and lectures for business, governmental, and academic communities;
3. Oversees the efficient execution of the Lang Fund Process, including all associated special events, panels, mentor activities, publicity, student information sessions and correspondence with Lang Fund Board members.
4. Acts as the primary liaison with the Lang Fund Portfolio Companies, the University's Office of the General Counsel, outside attorneys, the Lang Fund Board,faculty advisors, portfolio advisors and Business School and University financial offices during and after the Fund's investment. Interactions include due diligence and execution of both initial deal documents and any amendments as well as monitoring portfolio company progress.
5. Oversees the Center's research and programming activities, office management, financial/budget administration, and computer database/information systems.
6. Supervises the preparation and production of the Center's annual report, conference reports, lecture reports, and publicity materials.
7. Develops and implements fund raising strategies in partnership with External Relations, and oversees all aspects of grant administration including reports to donors.
8. Plans activities with faculty, visiting fellows, and research associates, and with relevant student and alumni organizations; acts as liaison with other departments; represents the Entrepreneurship Center, and School a with a broad range of external parties and frequently co-sponsors a wide range of activities.
9. Hires and supervises the other full-time Officers and part-time staff, ensuring an effective and flexible system of staff teamwork.
10. Identifies opportunities for process improvements for all programs and activities and oversees the design and implementation of improvements.


For further information and to apply to this job visit the following link: https://jobs.columbia.edu
add to favorites Manager, Client Service
No Picture
Columbia University in the City of New York is seeking a Manager, Client Service.

Reporting to the Senior Director, Learning Solutions, the Manager of Client Services is primarily responsible for customer service functions relating to individuals and corporations interacting with Executive Education in relation to open program participation.

This position is the front face of Executive Education and must have the sensitivity to respond to a variety of information requests, as well as securing enrollments by facilitating payments and collections. The Manager will work with others in Exec Ed to develop and implement systems that ensure high-quality, responsive customer service.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

1. Proactively reach out and interact with individual participants and client representatives on payment and program preparation issues via phone calls and e-mails.

2. Input invoicing and contact log data and track payment data on internal Salesforce system

3. Ensures that Open Enrollment Revenue reconciles between Salesforce and DARTS.

3. Work with Administration team to develop and improve customer service systems and financial processing and reporting systems. Anticipate and identify challenges and work to develop solutions in this area.

4. Ensure that acceptance letters, invoices, and applications convey Exec Ed policy consistently and clearly.

5. Manage the departmental need of work-study students each semester. Hire, train when necessary, and provide work assignments on an as needed basis.

6. Serve as the initial contact of Executive Education by handling, screening and vetting inquiries for more detailed specific follow-up and/or other action.

7. Learn, understand and work with University financial databases in order to keep accurate track of all received an applied payments.

8. Perform other related duties as required.


For further information and to apply to this job visit the following link: https://jobs.columbia.edu
add to favorites Lecturer of Management and Decision Sciences (Entrepreneurship)
No Picture
Coastal Carolina University in Conway, South Carolina is seeking a Lecturer of Management and Decision Sciences (Entrepreneurship).

The E. Craig Wall Sr. College of Business Administration at Coastal Carolina University invites applications for a full-time Lecturer in Management and Decision Sciences to start in the Fall of 2012.

The ideal candidate will have a Master's degree or PhD/DBA in business from an AACSB accredited institution or a related field with the expertise or experience qualifying them to teach business classes in the general area of entrepreneurship (including family, small business, or innovation emphases) and general management. Experienced entrepreneurs ready to share the keys to success are encouraged to apply. Individuals must be academically or professionally qualified at time of hire and credentials should be consistent with the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools principles of accreditation. Maintenance of academic or professional qualifications is required. The job will typically involve the teaching of five courses per semester in general management and entrepreneurship. Applicants must have abilities, skills and enthusiasm consistent with teaching excellence and instructional innovation. Service is required at the Department level along with maintenance of professional qualifications. Research and other scholarly activity is encouraged, but is not required. Candidates must have the ability to interact effectively with colleagues, the department, college, campus, community, and professional organizations.

Accredited by AACSB International, the Wall College of Business has faculty members represented by six academic disciplines: Accounting, Economics, Finance, Management, Marketing, and Resort Tourism. The College also offers MBA and MACC graduate programs. Approximately 2,000 students are currently enrolled in the College's undergraduate and graduate programs. Regional outreach is accomplished primarily through activities of the BB&T Center for Economic and Community Development and the Clay Brittain Jr. Center for Resort Tourism. Additional information about the College and the University and its programs can be obtained by accessing the university's web site (http://www.coastal.edu).

Coastal Carolina University is a public mid-sized, comprehensive liberal arts-oriented institution. Coastal Carolina University is located in Conway, South Carolina, just nine miles from the Atlantic coastal resort Myrtle Beach, one of the fastest-growing metropolitan areas in the nation. It has an enrollment of 8,900 students and is expected to have continued growth for the next several years. Coastal Carolina University is a part of the South Carolina system of public education and has close ties with its founder, the Horry County Higher Education Commission.

Interested candidates should submit: a letter of application, curriculum vitae, and names and contact information for at least three (3) professional references electronically at: http://jobs.coastal.edu. Review of application materials will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled.

Coastal Carolina University is an EO/AA employer.


For further information and to apply to this job visit the following link: https://jobs.coastal.edu/
add to favorites Assistant/Associate Professor of Management
No Picture
Coastal Carolina University in Conway, South Carolina is seeking an Assistant/Associate Professor of Management.

The E. Craig Wall Sr. College of Business Administration at Coastal Carolina University invites applications for a full-time tenure-track position in management at the Assistant/Associate Professor level beginning Fall 2012.

The individual hired for this position will have responsibilities in teaching, research and service. The teaching focus for this new colleague will be undergraduate and MBA courses in strategic management, general management, and cross-cultural management. In addition to teaching responsibilities, publication of peer reviewed journal articles, national and regional proceedings, and research presentations are required. The individual will be responsible for advising undergraduate students and working with student organizations, will contribute to assessment of student learning outcomes, and will engage in service activities with colleagues, the department, college, campus, community and professional organizations.

The ideal candidate will have a Ph.D. or D.B.A. in strategic management from an AACSB accredited institution or a terminal degree in a related discipline. A.B.D's with a clear plan for completion by December 31, 2012 are also encouraged to apply. A candidate with a completed PhD/DBA must have a consistent record of publication in refereed journals. Applicants must have abilities, skills and enthusiasm consistent with teaching excellence and instructional innovation. They must be willing to work with a team of committed teachers that work together to offer a vigorous classroom experience for students.

Accredited by AACSB International, the Wall College of Business has faculty members represented by six academic disciplines: Accounting, Economics, Finance, Management, Marketing, and Resort Tourism. The College also offers MBA and MACC graduate programs. Approximately 2,200 students are currently enrolled in the College's undergraduate and graduate programs. Regional outreach is accomplished primarily through activities of the BB&T Center for Economic and Community Development and the Clay Brittain Jr. Center for Resort Tourism. Additional information about the College and the University and its programs can be obtained by accessing the university's web site (http://www.coastal.edu).

Coastal Carolina University is a public mid-sized, comprehensive liberal arts-oriented institution. Coastal Carolina University is located in Conway, South Carolina, just nine miles from the Atlantic coastal resort of Myrtle Beach, one of the fastest-growing metropolitan areas in the nation. It has an enrollment of 8,900 students and will have continued growth for the next several years. Coastal Carolina University is a part of the South Carolina system of public education and has close ties with its founders, the Horry County Higher Education Commission.

Interested candidates should submit: a letter of application, curriculum vitae, and names and contact information for at least three (3) professional references electronically at: http://jobs.coastal.edu. Review of application materials will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled.

Coastal Carolina University is an EO/AA employer.


For further information and to apply to this job visit the following link: https://jobs.coastal.edu/
add to favorites Manager
No Picture
Texas A&M University in College Station, Texas is seeking a Manager.

Manages and oversees the tenure and promotion process including development and dissemination of annual guidance, organization and delivery of related workshops, collection and maintenance of candidate dossiers, collection and maintenance of related data, preparation of associated documents and announcements; Develops and disseminates annual guidance related to faculty performance evaluations and mid-term reviews; Serves as the office's primary contact for information requests related to faculty evaluation and tenure and promotion processes; Provides administrative oversight to assist the Dean of Faculties and Associate Dean of Faculties with faculty grievances; Monitors progress of grievance adjudication; Serves as a contact and resource for faculty and administrators contacting the office about grievance reporting and processes; Manages and implements special ad-hoc projects such as custom data and report requests; Manages the annual selection of Distinguished Professors; Develops and disseminates the call for Distinguished Professor nominations, administers the collection of nomination packets and the selection process; Collects and maintains appropriate records and data and serves as the office's liaison to the university's Distinguished Professors; Provides support to the Distinguished Professor Executive Committee; Serves as the office's primary contact for information related to Distinguished Professors; Manages and implements the annual New Academic Leaders Orientation including scheduling, program development, and related records and data management. Other duties as required.

For further information and to apply to this job visit the following link: https://tamujobs.tamu.edu
Loading...